Re: Rusty wrong again
posted at 4/19/2014 1:50 PM EDT
In response to DougIrwin's comment:
Never said a word about A. Wilson being the next Rodney Harrison. Harrison played FS while Wilson was more of a SS in the box type. I simply agreed with Rodney that it was good signing at very cheap money and that Wilson could be very effective in a subpackage kind of big nickel role.
In response to mthurl's comment:
No one will ever, ever believe you and your group's lies about what I said. Ever.
You had no idea who Adrian Wilson even was as a little out of town Millennial pink hat type who apparently became a Pats fan in 2007 bandwagoning on here.
As for RKrap claiming I am "wrong" and then posting comments that don't show I am wrong based on ESPN's current activities following the downward spiral of Aldon Smith, RKrap has not shown ESPN to be covering this story round the clock like they did Hernandez. I do not see Sal Palantonio setting up shop at 49ers headquarters and non stop coverage about a bomb threat at an airport.
Nope. Just checked again. The coverage of NFL player meltdowns are covered differently here than they are anywhere else as I've wisely pointed out here for years.
NE is held to an unfair and different standard by the media. End of story. It's a proven fact at this point. Maybe if ESPN plopped Al Palantonio out in SF for daily updates as to why SF Has not released Smith yet, you idiots might have a point.
Aldon Smith was wielding guns at a party last year and the story was never reported by ESPN. Incognito punched a cop at a hotel and I mentioned it here, and voila, watch Incognito implode only months later.
See how this works, wittle stupid kiddie? It's not the same fair coverage. Meanwhile, Hernandez was a good solider, perfectly behaved the whole time he was here to the point he was given a big deal, yet somehow there were clues.
How many clues did Miami or now SF have with Incognito or Aldon Smith? Hmm?
"How much did they know"??
You idiots are flippin phonies and morons to the nth degree. YOu can't even see what is going on here and feature the worst reading comprehension anywhere on the planet.
Last year you argued with everyone regarding Wilson - I know because I was one of them - after you wrote what I pasted below, I asked you if you would mind if a copied it, you said fine because you would prove to be right. Well you are wrong again.
When will you learn and stop lying? Me saying "someone thinks Meriweather is the 2nd best FS In the AFC because he's a reserve at the Pro Bowl 2 years in a row" is not me saying "I think Meriweather is a perennial All Pro". Liar.
Same deal on the Revis lie. I said McCourty had a better rookie year than Revis. He did! He was All Pro! I also said I'd rather have McCourty than Revis because McCourty doesn't hold out every year and stare at himself in the mirror like Primadonna Revis does. Revis is overrated, as we've found out, too, by the way. Those Jets players you love so much certainly like to prop themselves up a bit in the press, huh? lol
You're just embarrassed Adrian Wilson is flying around like Rodney Harrison in 2003 breaking up passes and looking like he's not 33 or done.
And did you really call Rodney Harrison a "free safety type" in your original post?? Seriously? Rodney was perhaps the best strong safety I've ever seen, he very much played in the box, blitzed, took on blocks, tackled running backs, covered big tightends...yeah he played back in coverage too, but if anyone ever describes Harrison it's not as a free safety. This is further proof (as if we needed more) that you have no idea what you are talking about and will say anything to support your agenda. You are a sad individual.
Harrison was a FS here as he was in SD before coming here. BB used him all over but to compare the skill sets of Harrison to Wilson is moronic. Harrison was more of a pure FS while Wilson more of a SS like a Polamalu.
Learn the game, get a satellite dish or leave the NE area for one day for once so you can actually learn about other players, especially those in the NFC or on bad teams.
You had no idea who Rodney Harrison was before he came here. You don't even know anything about the rest of the NFL unless ESPN sells you on some trendy player or team, which isn't hard to do with you. lol
Ok so now Rodney Harrison was a free safety and not the 6'1" 220 pound strong safety that played in the box throughout his career, giving him the reputation of being one of the most intimidating players in football? Got it! LOL!
So Eugene Wilson was our strong safety that played in the box and came up with all those crucial tackles on 3rd and two's? Yeah that was what happened...little Eugene comes running up to Rodney after he made a tackle on a running back behind the line of scrimmage and said to him, "let's change jerseys, I'm the strong safety and I want rusty to think it was me making that play".
If you have two brain cells in your head, I guarantee they have never met each other. I can picture one sitting on a rock in one corner of your mind, reading patriot management secrets volumes 1 and 2...while the other sits on a bench in another corner popping Vicodin.