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Antonio Pierce says playing Raiders "felt like a scrimmage"

From the perspective of a viewer, the Giants’ shellacking of the Oakland Raiders appeared to be an ugly exercise in pro football.

From the perspective of a participant, it was even worse.

New York linebacker Antonio Pierce shared his views regarding the Raiders during a Tuesday appearance on Sirius NFL Radio with Alex Marvez and Marty Schottenheimer.

“I do not like knocking teams,” Pierce said.  “But right now, they’re struggling.  We’re playing that game the other day and, honestly, it felt like a
scrimmage, like a practice.  It felt like we were going against our
offense [in a controlled setting] as far as the tempo.

“There was
no vibe of trying or effort from the Raiders at all from a defensive
standpoint against their offense.  We’re getting three-and-outs.  You
don’t hear nobody [saying], ‘Hey, let’s go!’ trying to pick the guys
up, rallying them, getting guys fired up.  There was nothing.  It was
quiet.  A guy gets sacked or somebody gets beat, they just get up.  It’s
not like there’s yelling or no kind of [emotion] about the way they
were playing.

“It was shocking to be out there in that game and get that kind of feeling.”

The 1-4 Raiders, who somehow beat the Chiefs, have lost three straight games by 20 or more points — and by scoring seven points or less in each game.

“It’s sad because I grew up a Raiders fan,” Pierce said.  “That organization right now, they need some guidance.  They need
somebody to pick them up.”

There was a flash of optimism during the first two weeks of the season, when the Raiders nearly beat the Chargers and then won at Kansas City.  Since then, however, the team has fallen apart, and this once proud-to-the-point-of-defiant franchise suddenly seems to be at the lowest point that it ever has been.

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  1. Colts18 says: Oct 13, 2009 10:15 PM

    wow
    just wow

  2. magsdad1 says: Oct 13, 2009 10:17 PM

    GO RAIDERS!

  3. NFLJunkie says: Oct 13, 2009 10:18 PM

    Florio, Cable is going to throw a chair at you and threaten to kill you for posting this article.

  4. JMClarkent says: Oct 13, 2009 10:24 PM

    A fish stinks from the head down.
    When you look at the traditional leaders on a football team (Owner-GM-Coach-QB) it isn’t hard to see why my Raiders (do and will) suck…

  5. RaidingTexas says: Oct 13, 2009 10:27 PM

    As a Raiders fan, you just have to accept that this is the way it will be until Al is out of the picture.

  6. winklebean says: Oct 13, 2009 10:34 PM

    That’s it. The NFL needs to step in and do something about Al Davis. I can’t stand Limbaugh, but even he would be a better owner.

  7. veistran says: Oct 13, 2009 10:41 PM

    Do they have any leadership at all on the field? Seymour is just there for the paycheck, OffDaMarcus’ lack of leadership is well documented.

  8. ninjaneer says: Oct 13, 2009 10:41 PM

    cant wait til the saints hand the giants their asses to em…cocky bastards…who does pierce think his team is? the steelers?oh wait…theyre over-rated too…nevermind

  9. east96street says: Oct 13, 2009 10:42 PM

    The team has quit. Season over. Sad that an owner can take such loyal fans for granted.

  10. Drafty says: Oct 13, 2009 10:44 PM

    Cue the canned laughter.
    Delightful.

  11. raideralex99 says: Oct 13, 2009 10:48 PM

    I wish someone on the Raiders team would come forward and tell the truth … Garica came close.
    The team has stopped playing because of JaMarcus … everyone on the team knows Russell should be on the bench.
    What did the Brown players say about Quinn … Quinn gets benched and all of a sudden the Browns play better … they win one and came close to winning the other one … hmmmmmm.

  12. Ghost2thePost says: Oct 13, 2009 10:54 PM

    I think Marty sucks, but I’d love to have have heard his response to that.

  13. raven says: Oct 13, 2009 10:55 PM

    Here in Baltimore, we play the Raiders all the time.. Love beatin the crap out of em… Long live Al Davis and his stupidity…

  14. I.B. says: Oct 13, 2009 11:00 PM

    it looked like they didn’t care… but who cares about the dang Raiders. they look the same year end and year out. the QB sux, the WRs sux (especially their so-called #1 pick from this past year), a bunch of “tenderonies” at the RB spot(s), no defense (well other than #21). Now, do i really need to go on any further??? i’m sure you get the picture.

  15. twinkletoes says: Oct 13, 2009 11:03 PM

    Depressingly sad…. absolutely true.
    You can see it on many of the players’ faces; they’re lying down.
    There’s gonna be a huge exodus of players during the offseason. It wouldn’t surprise me if Al weren’t trying to trade as many as possible. Unless he overpays them with ridiculous contracts (ie Asomugha and Lechler), they’re as good as gone. We’ll need to find replacements for both Morrison and Howard; sure they’ll be bouncing. And Al Davis is gonna have his hands full dealing with Seymour, after he is forced to franchise him.
    The only way Al is gonna be able to attract players next year is by overpaying them. That was the only way he was able to retain Nnamdi and Shane last spring.
    Oh look, here comes the po po to arrest Cable!!!
    Plot thickens, again.

  16. MrHumble says: Oct 13, 2009 11:05 PM

    winklebean is correct……it is time for the league to step in and do something about the raiders. it is quite clear that al davis is not mentally capable of running the franchise. he has made irrationale decisions for several years now and a once proud franchise is the laughing stock of the nfl and fans. this is embarrassing and gives an unfair advantage to all opponents of the raiders and especially those in their division who get to play them twice a year.

  17. I.B. says: Oct 13, 2009 11:05 PM

    sorry, but i forgot to mention seymour as one of 2 players that are darn good. those 2 (seymour & #21), deserve better.

  18. jkorn1818 says: Oct 13, 2009 11:09 PM

    # ninjaneer says: October 13, 2009 10:41 PM
    cant wait til the saints hand the giants their asses to em…cocky bastards…who does pierce think his team is? the steelers?oh wait…theyre over-rated too…nevermind
    _________________________________________________
    You obviously didnt watch the game on Sunday and this was a horrible attempt to come up with something witty and it just came off stupid. If you saw the game, you’d know pierce didnt say a thing wrong. He didn’t mention that the giants were so good its like a scrimmage, he was saying it felt like one because the raiders dont care. It actually should have been 51-0 but the refs blew that call on the fumble.
    Settle down “who dat” this isnt mark sanchez they are playing against sun.

  19. Cecil says: Oct 13, 2009 11:13 PM

    Huh, seems like there used to be a lot of vocal Raider fans on this site.

  20. JoeSixPack says: Oct 13, 2009 11:14 PM

    Here’s a team that the Raiders should be able to beat:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IrKWq7wGKg
    Then again, I’m not so sure.

  21. NoFootballtalk says: Oct 13, 2009 11:16 PM

    That’s kind of a dick move by Pierce. Yeah, he’s completely correct, but to say it publicly is a little harsh. I don’t blame the players that play there, it is entirely Al Davis’ fault. What Pierce told us was the unspoken thoughts of every NFL fan, player, analyst, etc. No real surprise that a Raiders game was like a scrimmage, but he shouldn’t have said it publicly

  22. Vick's failed drug test says: Oct 13, 2009 11:17 PM

    USC would give NFL teams better games than Dead Al’s group.

  23. SmackMyVickUp says: Oct 13, 2009 11:20 PM

    They were too busy looking forward to the match up with the Eagurls this week.
    J-Mac is gonna tear up the Eagurls defense just like Brees did. Look for the Raiders to dominate on both sides of the ball.
    Heard it here first.

  24. Ocelot138 says: Oct 13, 2009 11:21 PM

    Ah, Antonio Peirce.
    Such class! Such sportsmanship!
    Ask him how Brian Westbrook makes him feel, because it sure looks like a scrimmage when Peirce is desperately trying to catch up to 36 downfield.

  25. ParkerFly says: Oct 13, 2009 11:25 PM

    raideralex99, the problem is Davis maintains final say on the depth chart too. He is likely mandating that Russell stay in as the starter.

  26. Cobra Commander says: Oct 13, 2009 11:28 PM

    The irony here is for many years people bitched and moaned about parity, which largely I did not agree with (if anything the truth was we all witnessed the demise of the NFC).
    Now we’re witnessing huge gaps in teams’ performance and I can’t help but wonder what the pending CBA discussions have to do with this, and thus the amount of $$$ in each owners’ kitty.
    …Al Davis aside, folks, these owners are largely businessmen and the Jerry Joneses out there absolutely do NOT want to see organizations like Oakland become the laughing stock they are; because the bottom line is that means all the more welfare the Cowgirls organization may end up providing.
    I would not be surprised at all if these horrific teams suddenly take a turn for the better whenever the labor negotiations finalize.
    That said the NFL owes it to their fans en masse, and not just the Raiders loyal (who in their own way rival Cleveland fans for the enormous amount of shit they’ve had to endure) to step in at season’s end SOMEHOW.

  27. east96street says: Oct 13, 2009 11:33 PM

    jkorn1818 says: “Settle down “who dat” this isnt mark sanchez they are playing against sun.”
    Remember jkorn, it’s a Saints fan. This is his Super Bowl. Deep down, he knows NO won’t do anything in the playoffs. They never have.

  28. Grimmlock42 says: Oct 13, 2009 11:46 PM

    I’m going to the game on Sunday against the eagles and I’m still gonna root for my raiders and I’m still gonna scream my head off even if we get blown out again. We get pissed off and frustrated at our raiders, but we never turn our backs. Give’em hell fellas.

  29. WashingtonRedstorms says: Oct 13, 2009 11:52 PM

    Raider fans blame Al. Nice.
    Raider fans have made Davis a billionaire with their support.
    Stop blaming Davis, his name is not going anywhere. His son gets his team. His son is a clone to him.
    Raider fans look in the mirror. Stop supporting this team if you think it sucks.
    Start paying your fines and obeying your Probation officers.

  30. darrius_heyward-bey-butterfingers says: Oct 14, 2009 12:03 AM

    Comment Submission Error on my first try.
    Man, Im really disappointed that the Raider Nation isn’t celebrating Jamarcus’ 8-13 for 100 in a 44-7 loss. I thought they would celebrate the carefully crafted 85 passer rating. That’s got to be some kind of record for points lossed by/pass attempts. Jamarcus is worst than any third stringer in the NFL.

  31. the overfiend says: Oct 14, 2009 12:03 AM

    Cecil….what is there to say? they are gonna get bashed one way or another. wether it is Al and his dementia or Ja-mah-cus and his suckitude there is plenty of fodder for the trash talk canon. Raiders suck,Rams suck, Browns suck etc. in a few years it will be a different slew of teams that are bottom feeders and in turn we will rip on them. by that time Al will be in the great Raider office in the sky( or stoking the fires in Hell depending on your view) and the team will be going in a different direction. i think at this point most of the fans have also realized this and are biding their time. i will ALWAYS be a proud Raider fan and will take the good with the bad and even worse. as all true fans should of their respective teams

  32. comment_submission_error says: Oct 14, 2009 12:27 AM

    There’s nothing wrong with what Pierce said. He wasn’t even being a dick about it. Everyone knows it’s correct to hate the Raiders when they’re good, but it’s uncomfortable to hate them when they are so terribly bad. It’s no fun to beat that team any more, and that’s just wrong. It’s also wrong to say that Asomugha and Lechler are overpaid. Russell and Walker and Kelly are overpaid, but the CB and the punter are bargains.

  33. east96street says: Oct 14, 2009 12:37 AM

    Ocelot138 says: “Ask him how Brian Westbrook makes him feel, because it sure looks like a scrimmage when Peirce is desperately trying to catch up to 36 downfield.”
    Sure, right after we ask the MIGHTY Arizona Cardinals how it felt to have Philly lay down in the playoffs for them. But then, as a Philly fan that’s ALL you have ever seen from your favorite team. Year after year and choke after choke. BTW – Not that I’m a spelling freak, but it’s painfully embarrassing to misspell a player’s name TWICE when his name is in the title of the article. P-I-E-R-C-E.

  34. Brewster says: Oct 14, 2009 12:52 AM

    Like their owner, the Raiduhs barely have a pulse. Sad on both counts, if Al’s pulse finally stopped the team would have some hope and heart again.
    __________________
    SmackMyVickUp says:
    October 13, 2009 11:20 PM
    They were too busy looking forward to the match up with the Eagurls this week.
    J-Mac is gonna tear up the Eagurls defense just like Brees did. Look for the Raiders to dominate on both sides of the ball.
    Heard it here first.
    ___________
    It’s comments like these from Raiders fans that are so absurd that cause die-hard Raiduhs fans not to be taken seriously.
    J-Mac hasn’t torn anything up but a Big Mac wrapper. And he isn’t about to start against the Eagles of all teams.
    The Raiders can’t even dominate on both side of the ball in a scrimmage.
    I’m not sure where you’re getting your drugs, but damn you couldn’t be hallucinating more than if it were 1968 again.

  35. The Chicks Love Hakeem Nicks says: Oct 14, 2009 1:10 AM

    @ Ocelot138 — Learn how to spell if you want to take a potshot at a player.
    Remember kids, I before E except after C!

  36. sultanofslot says: Oct 14, 2009 1:11 AM

    Way to go Pierce, trying to get the Raiders fired up going into the Eagles game. Something tells me that’s not gonna work.

  37. anthony says: Oct 14, 2009 1:12 AM

    I grew up a Raiders Fan also, and the way that game was played was uncalled for.
    It’s funny because the game looked like a scrimage game and for the 1st time in a long time I turned from the game to play Madden 10 where I know my Raiders can play ball.
    Things that need to be done:
    1. Let Cable go as sweet as possible, he wasn’t the man in the 1st palce he was the intern.
    2. Cut,Release,Trade,Bench,Put in the infamous Al’s dogg house. JaMarcus Russell is a Bust~ Eat that large contract and make him a back-up. If the guy would even show any kind of emotion I would give him another year at the least, but he proves to me after every 3 and out. That this Guy’s just don’t care.
    3. Make The Trade for Either: M. Vick or B. Quinn or even make a serious move for Florida’s QB – T. Tebow
    4. Plesase trade or let Fargas go already, I’m tired of him just running into people like he’s the defender… Go work for BMW as a cash test dummy. lol!!!!!
    5. Bring Back “Chucky” J. Gruden, it was a 7 year drought when we brought him in. And the Raiders are now in the 7th season of loosing with no light ahead… Gruden is available, he has’nt burned any bridges with Al and he’s a winner.
    Mix that with a few more free agent moves and the Raiders would be in a good spot.

  38. Sonoco says: Oct 14, 2009 1:20 AM

    Channeling Seinfeld . . . . That’s a shame

  39. alisgod says: Oct 14, 2009 2:16 AM

    Florio,
    As a loyal Raider Fan, I am VERY HAPPY PIERCE SAID THESE THINGS.
    Think about it. You may hear Garcia or Gannon say things but they are not with the Raiders right now. Now you have someone who played them and went on national radio to tell them how sorry they were. This is what I categorize as being Called Out. The players may have been collecting checks but now they’ve just been called out by one of their peers. On top of that, Pierce had the proof to show it.
    This is going to bring so much publicity to it that the Raiders have no choice but to show that each guy has some manhood in them. The players are going to play hard this Sunday. I guarantee you that. They dont have choice anymore after being called out by Pierce. I hope Cable post this up in the locker room and finally it takes something like this to force these guys to play. Best thing to happen to us in years.

  40. FumbleNuts says: Oct 14, 2009 3:11 AM

    “That organization right now, they need some guidance. They need somebody to pick them up.”
    “That organization right now, they need some guidance. They need somebody to pick them up.”
    Who dat?

  41. Otis Taylor 89 says: Oct 14, 2009 6:26 AM

    Don’t worry, everything will change once Richard Seymour is activated and starts playing.
    He’s been playing since the 1st game?
    Never mind…..

  42. Joe in Toronto, Canada says: Oct 14, 2009 6:34 AM

    The nice thing about the internet is that even the truly ignorant get to say whatever they want.
    Right, WashingtonRedstorms ?

  43. chapnasty says: Oct 14, 2009 7:21 AM

    I hate Antonio Pierce but this is hillarious.

  44. BKinacti0n says: Oct 14, 2009 7:48 AM

    For Pierce to make that kind of statement it had to be pretty bad out there. The Giants demolished Tampa Bay a few weeks back and nothing like this was said after the game. The Raiders are not a horrible team, talent-wise. However, the product they put on the field is pathetic and deserves to be publicly called out.
    and @ Ocelot138:
    You mean ask him in the past? Cause last I checked Brian Westbrook ain’t running away from shit except his prime.

  45. Outfoxed says: Oct 14, 2009 7:52 AM

    Poor Raiders. Once a proud and tough ball club is reduced to being the floor mat of the league.
    Al Davis has, through his dysfunctional management style, created an aura of confusion, unaccountability, and lack-of-leadership. He cannot run things from his office. Al needs to empower this coaches to make decisions themselves and be accountable for what the outcomes produce. Who do you go to now? Al Davis is in total denial about himself being the root cause of the problems. I see it all the time with companies—his is no different.
    Ya listening to the FREE ADVICE Al?

  46. Smush Rodrigez says: Oct 14, 2009 8:08 AM

    east96street says:
    October 14, 2009 12:37 AM
    Ocelot138 says: “Ask him how Brian Westbrook makes him feel, because it sure looks like a scrimmage when Peirce is desperately trying to catch up to 36 downfield.”
    Sure, right after we ask the MIGHTY Arizona Cardinals how it felt to have Philly lay down in the playoffs for them. But then, as a Philly fan that’s ALL you have ever seen from your favorite team. Year after year and choke after choke. BTW – Not that I’m a spelling freak, but it’s painfully embarrassing to misspell a player’s name TWICE when his name is in the title of the article. P-I-E-R-C-E.
    ***********
    Deflect much. Fact is that Pirece looked like a fool chasing Westbrook from behind. Your point abaout AZ- OK fine. But the Eagles did not say anything about another organization – P-I-E-R-C-E did and he is too slow to play in this league.
    And the Giants did lay down to the Eagles in the playoffs (at home) but I know you Giants fans have tons of excuses for that.

  47. INVAIDUH says: Oct 14, 2009 8:29 AM

    We’ll be back…someday….Hope I’m around for it.
    No other sports. No other teams.

  48. John Cittebart says: Oct 14, 2009 8:36 AM

    Al Davis still gets his share of the NFL fortune no matter how his team palys.
    And at this stage of his life, it’s obvious that the only other thing he cares about is having total control.
    I don’t know what happened to Al Davis’s zest for winning because it’s not about winner anymore — it hasn’t been for a long, long time.
    The winning years under gruden and Callahan had nothing to do with Al Davis because these head coaches were going about it the wrong way and it got them fired.
    Unfortunately, Raiders fans can only look forward to a player or two making the Pro-Bowl until Al Davis doesn’t have control anymore.

  49. rangersleadtheway says: Oct 14, 2009 8:37 AM

    “WashingtonRedstorms says:
    October 13, 2009 11:52 PM
    Raider fans blame Al. Nice.
    Raider fans have made Davis a billionaire with their support.
    Stop blaming Davis, his name is not going anywhere. His son gets his team. His son is a clone to him.Raider fans look in the mirror. Stop supporting this team if you think it sucks.
    Start paying your fines and obeying your Probation officers.”
    this seriously coming from a Washington fan? that team is probably the Raiders of the NFC. Only shot of them making the playoffs in the next 5 years is if the Eagles and Giants leave the division…didnt you give Detroit its FIRST win in 20 games? and didnt one of their OWN PLAYERS call out their owner? youre funny…an idiot..but look around, everyone is laughing.

  50. PKRaider says: Oct 14, 2009 8:48 AM

    Anyone with two neurons to rub together knows that there is no hope for this franchise as long as Norma Desmond Davis is in charge.
    “I’m ready for my close-up, Mr. Rozelle.”

  51. RaiderMight says: Oct 14, 2009 9:31 AM

    I hope embarassing comments like this keep coming and get to Al’s ears. There must be a change from the top before anything gets better. I certainly not be going to the games until he makes some true changes at the top, and I don’t mean promoting John Herrera or Mike Taylor. He should actually start by firing those two, demoting himself and bringing in a top flight coach to take over all aspects of the personnel department.

  52. tv says: Oct 14, 2009 9:48 AM

    Maybe Cable needs to beat the crap out of each and every one of the players and coaches.

  53. SaintCharlie72 says: Oct 14, 2009 10:05 AM

    Why isn’t Antonio in jail for illegal weapons possession?

  54. sim448 says: Oct 14, 2009 10:32 AM

    i just hope al davis stays for 1 more year so that the pick the patriots got is the #1 pick in the draft. seymour has gone back to his disappearing act, and the pats are still good. this trade looks better every day.

  55. HATERADE says: Oct 14, 2009 10:37 AM

    Antonio, you are just being nice, that is very classy of you to choose such words. However, if I stand correct, what I believe you ment to say was the Raiders offense is worse than pure waste/garbage and that the entire offense smells/looks worse than a landfill or a junkyard!!!!!

  56. dcfan-1212450 says: Oct 14, 2009 10:41 AM

    Now didn’t the Raiders score on you Antonio. To have such a good defense and get scored on by Jemarcus Russel, now thats embarassing. As bad as the Raiders are, they did play the Chargers tough opening night, they did beat the Chiefs, and they did score on the Giants. Let the press pick on the Raiders Antonio. Your job isnt to talk, it isnt to go to clubs and lie about your friend being shot, it isnt to cover up an illegal gun charge, its to play football. Trust me, enough writers are attacking the defunct that is the Raiders.
    And can anyone tell me why they believe the Raiders who actually won a game are worse than Bucs and Rams??? Check out the Raiders schedule thus far, not the easiest. And if anyone watched the Rams and Bucs play, they are clearly worse, all around.

  57. jkorn1818 says: Oct 14, 2009 11:41 AM

    Are you kidding me DCFAN? first of all you’re a redskins fan. Second, pierce said nothing wrong, as i said earlier, he didnt say we are so good it’s like a scrimmage, he meant the way they carried themselves on the field, and if you watched the game, he is dead on. Your post is absurd, that’s what your response is? the giants gave up a TD? which means what?
    and if you saw the game, and if the refs weren’t atrocious, you’d know they actually shouldnt have given up a td, the ball was clearly stripped from fargas, they took away the strip and the td run back, but you failed to mention how the raiders even got it inside the ten, sinorice moss booted a punt, it wasnt like they drove down field. give me a break, go worry about your players calling out dan snyder.

  58. TrashTalker2000 says: Oct 14, 2009 12:12 PM

    I cant believe I read this whole entire article and still knew the conclusion…..Al Davis is Freakin 80 folks, He probably doesn’t even have his driver’s license anymore but he’s allowed to be behind the wheel of a head on collusion!!
    All those Raider’s fans you show what a true fan should be cuz there’s no way anybody else wouldn’t have sailed ship already
    It’s only week 5 and there out of the picture, start trading NOW

  59. patsSB44champs says: Oct 14, 2009 12:47 PM

    I have it on good authority that Al actually calls the plays in during the game. What a sad and pathetic excuse for an NFL franchise.

  60. honolulu blue says: Oct 14, 2009 12:47 PM

    Wow! I don’t feel so bad now having lived in Detroit for the last 50 years. I guess misery loves company. We’ve been saying this stuff about the owners since, well —– forever.

  61. dcfan-1212450 says: Oct 14, 2009 1:12 PM

    @jkorn1818
    Oh i have no defense for the Redskins. Knowing us, we may lose to Oakland. And i did not see the game, so I didn’t know there was a booted punt for the field position for the TD. My point was Pierce doesnt shut up. And he shouldn’t EVER insult another organization. Insult players, sure, coaches, ok but thats ridiculous as well, but the entire organization. And not his own organization but another one, one he never played for. And to say things we all knew already. I have watched pierce and his big head since he was in Washington. Always an opinion where none is required. The man is lucky he isn’t in jail and he insults the Raiders. Well, he shouldn’t have. The Giants are a damn good team, i admit that, but Pierce doesnt play the Raiders every weekend now does he. Anyone who saw the Monday Night game against San Diego knows the Raiders are not as bad as their getting credit for. And thats my point, the Raiders, Panthers, Lions, and Dolphins are far better teams than they get credit for. The Rams, Bucs, Browns and Chiefs. And yes, the Skins may be in that catagory too, but theres still hope for us, not really for those other teams. Watch them play, its unbelievable.

  62. Ocelot138 says: Oct 14, 2009 6:05 PM

    Wow, making fun of my spelling…
    You guys sure burned me!
    Come back when you get a valid argument. Correcting someone’s spelling on a football internet forum is the height of loserdom, losers.
    Just like Brian Westbrook burns Antonie Peirce every time he’s in man coverage on him ( and it’s on purpose this time, because I know it irks you grammarians).

  63. Ocelot138 says: Oct 14, 2009 6:07 PM

    “And the Giants did lay down to the Eagles in the playoffs (at home) but I know you Giants fans have tons of excuses for that.”
    But, but, but… we didn’t have Plaxico! Or Osi! And Tuck and Jacobs were banged up!
    Because this is football, and if your team isn’t at full strength and at 100 percent effectiveness, the fact that we rolled over and played dead in a Divisional Championship game doesn’t mean anything because… EXCUSES!
    Peirce Peirce Peirce Peirce Peirce.

  64. The Chicks Love Hakeem Nicks says: Oct 15, 2009 11:33 AM

    Here’s a valid argument, Ocelot…
    Superbowl Rings:
    Pierce – 1
    Westbrook – 0
    Matter of Fact…
    Pierce – 1
    Eagles Franchise – 0
    Good game. Tell Westbrook to keep running hard. Boley will catch him this year.

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