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Harrison says Tyree was Asante Samuel’s man

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With the Patriots and Giants getting together once again in the Super Bowl and NBC televising the Super Bowl and Rodney Harrison working for NBC, a fairly significant play from the last Super Bowl featuring the Patriots and Giants will be replayed, re-analyzed, and re-discussed this week, whenever Rodney is within shouting distance of a microphone.

To his credit, Rodney has been a very good sport about it.

But just when it appears no new information could be squeezed out of one of the biggest plays in NFL history, an intriguing tidbit emerges. Appearing with Russ Thaler and yours truly last night on NBC SportsTalk, Rodney explained that the man who somehow caught the ball of his helmet actually was supposed to be covered by cornerback Asante Samuel.

Rodney was careful to say he wasn’t throwing Samuel, who is more well known for dropping an interception during that same fateful drive, under the bus.  Rodney was just explaining what happened on the play.

For Rodney’s full explanation, we’ll defer to the video.

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  1. tjp2033 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:10 PM

    Sounds like Rodney is just a little bitter that he has to see this replay all the time.

    For a supposed hard hitter in the secondary, he came up lame when he needed to deliver a hit.

    And please take Harrison of NBC Sunday Nights. He is awful.

  2. matthewcarlson1 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:11 PM

    Rodney Harrison sucks… I wasn’t even surprised to see he was blaming someone else.

  3. cwitty63 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:12 PM

    It dosent matter harrison should have knocked the ball out of his hands.

  4. PFTiswhatitis says: Jan 31, 2012 12:13 PM

    Yeah, friggen Asante was more worried about getting out of dodge and getting a new contract …all about the MONEY. The PIG blew the game for the Pats. Throw his azz under the bus Rodney…a big bus.

  5. derekjetersmansion says: Jan 31, 2012 12:13 PM

    Funny how it’s always Samuel’s guy. (Fitzgerald v. Jarrett)

    He’s a gambler!

  6. dissed215 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:13 PM

    Another Patriot whining?? When will it end?

  7. eaglesnoles05 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:14 PM

    I like how people think that saying “now, I’m not throwing you under the bus, but…” means they aren’t throwing someone under the bus. Like telling someone you aren’t shooting them while you pull the trigger.

    Lord, I hate that play. Lord, I hate the Giants. People most at fault for it were certain;y the D-Lineman who didn’t tackle Eli’s hailmary 20+int butt before the throw got off anyway.

  8. nyyjetsknicks says: Jan 31, 2012 12:16 PM

    18 – 1. That’s all that matters.

  9. eddiemeredith says: Jan 31, 2012 12:16 PM

    *clunk clunk*

  10. CKL says: Jan 31, 2012 12:20 PM

    RODNEY DID NOT THROW ANYONE UNDER THE BUS…sheesh.
    This was already well known to us Pats fans AND…it was revealed in Michael Holley’s book that came out in Nov 2011, and not by Rodney.

    Dungy has taunted him ceaselessly on air about this play and RH has never ONCE given up Asante. For all you people who think Rodney is so horrible and Dungy is some saint, I’d say Rodney certainly treated Dungy with more respect than he deserves on that topic.

  11. pone27 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:21 PM

    dissed215 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:13 PM

    Another Patriot whining?? When will it end?

    ——————————————————

    Good question.. Ask the same thing to Tuck and Osi.

    Another Giant whining they are underdogs and get no respect again? When will it end?

    Not for nothing, but more than likely it was Samuel’s guy. Harrison saying it now really has no affect on anything at all. Just some spicy media chatter.

  12. kelly8791 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:22 PM

    Doesn’t matter who’s man Tyree was. It was a broken down play; Eli had escaped the pocket, and he and everyone else were just running around trying to make something happen. And they did.

    It happens. It’s no one’s fault. It’s just one of those freak plays that you can’t do anything about but shake your head if you’re a Pats fan.

  13. ham1 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:23 PM

    “I am not throwing him under the bus”

    Sounds like my Dads old words, “This is gonna hurt me more than it hurts you”

    What it all boils down to is bull cr*%

  14. rjblitz02 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:24 PM

    Rodney: ………………………………not to point fingers…. lol

  15. tatatoothy says: Jan 31, 2012 12:29 PM

    Somebody remind me when Rodney Harrison gained an ounce of credibility in this league.

    Wasn’t he the guy who tried to end Trent Green’s career in a preseason game years ago? He was always a dirty player.

    How does he warrant a seat on SNF?

  16. sschmiggles says: Jan 31, 2012 12:30 PM

    The haters predictably will say Rodney is whining. Of course, these otherwise intelligent people just choose to ignore how football works.

    Tyree was someone’s man… and knowing Asante, it’s perfectly believable that he ditched his assignment to freelance. Also, since the Patriots play left and right corner, not #1 and #2, it makes a lot of sense that the Giants chose to line up their worst receiver on the Patriots’ best corner, effectively taking him out of the play and forcing Hobbs and Gay to cover their best receivers.

    Samuel ditched his man all the time in NE. He does it now with the Eagles. It’s a major reason why he has so many interceptions, but gives up even more completions.

    As far as I’m concerned, it’s about time someone called him out.

    Haters gonna hate.

  17. realitypolice says: Jan 31, 2012 12:35 PM

    I didn’t think there was ever a question that it was Samuel’s man. Harrison wouldn’t have been assigned primary responsibility for a wide reciever on that play.

    He’s a safety who had responsibility to help out the cornerback with whatever receiver came into his zone.

    And it’s not throwing anyone under the bus anyway. The coverage had nothing to with that play- the dude was covered like a blanket and just made a great play.

  18. billinva says: Jan 31, 2012 12:36 PM

    A$ante $Shamuel

  19. deathmonkey41 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:37 PM

    Unfortunately Roger Goodall couldn’t run on the field and knock that ball out of Tyree’s hands himself or he would have.

  20. tdk24 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:37 PM

    So is Rodney saying it was playing out of position? It sure looks like it was his man. Either way, he’s making the tackle, i don’t see why he couldn’t strip the ball away. Oh yeah, destiny baby!

  21. PFTiswhatitis says: Jan 31, 2012 12:37 PM

    “nyyjetsknicks says:Jan 31, 2012 12:16 PM

    18 – 1. That’s all that matters.”

    A Jets fan! How’s that working out for ya? LMAO. Call me if the Jets ever get to 9-0. Until then you just sound like a moron.

  22. nebster21 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:37 PM

    regardless of whos man it was. Harrison was not able to jar the ball loose and that is why he is not in the league anymore. I notice that Asante Samuel got a pretty big contract after that. Hmmm, something does not sound right here. I guess as an announcer it does not matter what he says. Everyone knows that he just spouts off at the mouth. My 4 year old daughter would make a better analyzer than he does

  23. mjdkid100 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:38 PM

    matthewcarlson1 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:11 PM

    Rodney Harrison sucks… I wasn’t even surprised to see he was blaming someone else.

    ———————————–

    Yea he’s just a future hall of famer and one of the best safeties in this era with his work in San Diego(mostly) and NE.

    You really showed your football knowledge there.

  24. kspec1982 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:38 PM

    I think it’s funny that pats fans are sticking up for a guy that cost them the superbowl.

    Common Pats fans think about it.

    Harrison has never been one to take blame for anything that he’s done wrong.

  25. mjdkid100 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:42 PM

    kspec1982 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:38 PM

    I think it’s funny that pats fans are sticking up for a guy that cost them the superbowl.

    Common Pats fans think about it.

    Harrison has never been one to take blame for anything that he’s done wrong.

    ——————————

    You know what was better his effort in 03 and 04. Remember when he had more catches in the super bowl than Fred Ex from McNabb? How about when he picked off Peyton in the AFC championship? Making a tackle with a broken arm in SB38?

    I’m sure you remember all these.

  26. mistrezzrachael says: Jan 31, 2012 12:42 PM

    You look for a goat in that Super Bowl..and it’s Samuel…For him to drop that interception was ridiculous.

    Harrison????…Was the guy you hated to play against…b ut you LOVED on your team. Noone played the game harder than Rodney. Remember him running diagonally 80 yards vs Jacksonville to stop receiver @ 10 yard line, and hold to field goal….Very few, if any NFL players would have done that

  27. kisstherings says: Jan 31, 2012 12:44 PM

    As a pats fan, loved this guy as a player. Liking him less every time he opens his mouth since. It was a broken play, he was on Tryee. All he had to do was knock the ball off Tyree’s helmet. Game over.

  28. gingerkid2000 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:44 PM

    No wonder the Pats didn’t ask him to be honorary captain at the ACF Championship. Can’t even own up to his own errors.

  29. mjdkid100 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:45 PM

    nebster21 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:37 PM

    regardless of whos man it was. Harrison was not able to jar the ball loose and that is why he is not in the league anymore. I notice that Asante Samuel got a pretty big contract after that. Hmmm, something does not sound right here. I guess as an announcer it does not matter what he says. Everyone knows that he just spouts off at the mouth. My 4 year old daughter would make a better analyzer than he does

    —————————–

    I believe they call them “analysts.” Hope your daughter didn’t learn from you. Maybe it was the fact that hes much older than Asante and his knee was destroyed on the field at one point.

    Do people here realize how good Harrison’s career was? Go look up his numbers. I feel like I’m in the twilight zone. Yea hes not great on TV, who cares?

  30. phonymcringring says: Jan 31, 2012 12:45 PM

    Throwing your teammate under the bus then saying you’re not does not make it so.

    But has anyone seen this supposed “dropped interception”? Dude was at full extension straight up and it hit like one fingertip of one hand. Not a drop.

  31. jpb12 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:46 PM

    There’s more than one reason Samuel was ‘let go’. Philly knows.

  32. mbsbjb3 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:48 PM

    Harrison should point the finger at Eli for stepping up and making a majestic play. Tyree felt Eli’s devine presence and knew it was his opportunity to be great. He was a S/T pro…but this is what he will go down in history for. Haters keep hating. Eli going for his second Super Bowl Victory/MVP coming this sunday stay tuned.

  33. omegalh says: Jan 31, 2012 12:48 PM

    Harrison was POSTERIZED and now blames Samuel.

    I love when people say “No offense” or “Not to throw him under a bus ” then they blame the guy.

    No offense but you are petty and classless Rodney. I said No offense.

  34. skinscc says: Jan 31, 2012 12:51 PM

    That play lasted like 10 seconds with Eli escaping the sack and managing to heave it up in the air.

    Anyone who can blame a single corner for a play like that doesn’t know football, I don’t care if you played or not.

    If you hang Darrelle Revis out there covering one guy for 4 seconds guarantee the guy gets open

  35. kspec1982 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:52 PM

    Giants 38 Pats 17

    Book it

  36. 6ball says: Jan 31, 2012 12:53 PM

    .

    Some have questioned why Rodney did not take Tyree’s head off on that fateful play. I think he had to be cautious about getting a penalty in that situation, especially with his reputation.

    .

  37. svcfilmguy says: Jan 31, 2012 12:55 PM

    Nine seconds elapsed from the time of the snap to when the ball landed on Tyree’s helmet. That’s an eternity for a DB. If Samuel freelanced on the play, you can’t really blame him. Nobody really expected Manning to chuck the ball 40 yards down the middle of the field.

    Harrison, however, could not make the play when he needed to. He was known as an enforcer, one of the most feared, physical DBs in the game. He let a #4 special teams ace catch a ball against his helmet right in front of him. That has to haunt him.

  38. 8man says: Jan 31, 2012 12:56 PM

    nyyjetsknicks says:
    Jan 31, 2012 12:16 PM
    18 – 1. That’s all that matters.
    ————————————————-

    I’d like to say, “43 years since a sniff of the Super Bowl. That’s all that matters.”

    But honestly, it’s been so long for you guys, its really more of a reality, like the sun coming up every day. I mean really, you are cracking on franchise that’s been there 7 times since the Jets last went. Really?

    But don’t worry, dude. Rex will get you there.

  39. cwhat32 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:57 PM

    Harrison and Dungy are terrible analysts.

  40. joetoronto says: Jan 31, 2012 12:57 PM

    No offense but has anybody reached under the bus yet to pull out Samuel?

  41. Patskrieg dot com says: Jan 31, 2012 1:09 PM

    How can anyone, hater or not, look at that play and say Harrison didn’t do everything he could to defend that pass?

  42. nyyjetsknicks says: Jan 31, 2012 1:11 PM

    PFTiswhatitis says:
    Jan 31, 2012 12:37 PM
    “nyyjetsknicks says:Jan 31, 2012 12:16 PM

    18 – 1. That’s all that matters.”

    A Jets fan! How’s that working out for ya? LMAO. Call me if the Jets ever get to 9-0. Until then you just sound like a moron.

     _________________________

    Sounds like I hurt your feelings. Zero rings after spygate and that will continue.

  43. bozosforall says: Jan 31, 2012 1:16 PM

    sschmiggles says:
    Jan 31, 2012 12:30 PM
    The haters predictably will say Rodney is whining. Of course, these otherwise intelligent people just choose to ignore how football works.

    Tyree was someone’s man… and knowing Asante, it’s perfectly believable that he ditched his assignment to freelance. Also, since the Patriots play left and right corner, not #1 and #2, it makes a lot of sense that the Giants chose to line up their worst receiver on the Patriots’ best corner, effectively taking him out of the play and forcing Hobbs and Gay to cover their best receivers.

    Samuel ditched his man all the time in NE. He does it now with the Eagles. It’s a major reason why he has so many interceptions, but gives up even more completions.

    As far as I’m concerned, it’s about time someone called him out.

    Haters gonna hate.

    ___
    Yeah…haters gonna hate. Just like Red Sox fans have hated on the Yankees for nearly a century now. Hey, pot…it’s me, kettle. Go eff yourself, sssmegma…you big Pats crybaby.

  44. rockthered1286 says: Jan 31, 2012 1:18 PM

    mjdkid100 says:
    Jan 31, 2012 12:38 PM

    Yea he’s just a future hall of famer and one of the best safeties in this era with his work in San Diego(mostly) and NE.
    _____________________

    HAHAHA seriously?! He was good, I won’t deny it but I can EASILY name 3 safeties superior to Harrison off the top of my head: Reed, Weddle, and even though I hate the guy, Polamalu. All 3 are more likely to get in the HoF waaay before Harrison. Harrison was a slightly above average safety who will forever be known best for this play. Or lack thereof.

    G-Men 31
    Patsys 20

  45. wikidpissah says: Jan 31, 2012 1:19 PM

    nyyjetsknicks says: Jan 31, 2012 12:16 PM

    18 – 1. That’s all that matters.
    =================================

    The numbers that matter this year to Jets fans are 8-8. Or maybe 43, as in 43 years since your only Super Bowl appearance.

  46. wikidpissah says: Jan 31, 2012 1:20 PM

    Harrison did all he could on that play. Sometimes you just need to congratulate your opponent on making a great play.

  47. bucckevin says: Jan 31, 2012 1:21 PM

    Dropped int by Asante, the helmet catch with Harrison all over the receiver, the scrambling play that should’ve been a sack for a huge loss, the leaping endzone pass…. all these crazy circumstances led to the Giants winning the super bowl. The Giants had everything go their way that night.

    Now we have Giants fans and Giants themselves expecting to win this game.

  48. kisstherings says: Jan 31, 2012 1:22 PM

    Note to Rodney: Just because Simon Cowell starts a sentence off by saying, “I’m not being rude” – doesn’t mean he isn’t . You threw Samuel under the bus. Nobody cares who’s man it was. Mistakes like that happen all the time. Not knocking the ball off Tryee’s helmet when you have him in the grasp and only have to move your hand up – to secure your teams perfect season and NFL title doesn’t happen every game. Or every lifetime for that matter.

    You blew it. Have some class.

  49. homelanddefense says: Jan 31, 2012 1:26 PM

    I never liked Rodney’s style of play, and I am a Pats fan. I didnt like him in SD and I didnt like him here. I respected his talent, and what he did for my team but he was always jumping into the pile late and it bothered me. I know its taboo around here to not love every player on your team, but its just how I felt.

    As for that play I dont blame him or Samuel. I do blame Samuel for not catching that ball that hit him in the hands on the last drive. I also fault the terrible o line play in that game (while admitting the NYG D line was awesome) and the complete lack of adjustment by the o coordinator in the face of the Giants pass rsuh.

    Samuel and Harrison get little blame in my book.

  50. damnsureis says: Jan 31, 2012 1:32 PM

    Wasn’t this common knowledge? You can see in the replay that Asante pretty much gave up on the play.

  51. sdffa11 says: Jan 31, 2012 1:33 PM

    Im not surprised tyree was samuels man. If you watch the replay of tyrees catch, you can see asante jogging casually towards tyree as Harrison is attempting to stop the catch. If that idiot ran with more urgency, he woulda been there in time to knock the ball out of tyrees hands.

  52. nebster21 says: Jan 31, 2012 1:37 PM

    Wah Wah Mommy I know I could not stop Tyree but it was Asante’s fault. Wah Wah

  53. n0hopeleft says: Jan 31, 2012 1:48 PM

    No bigger place of whiners than Boston and Philly.

  54. n0hopeleft says: Jan 31, 2012 1:56 PM

    If we’re going to live in the past, and analyze a play like a bunch of front cracks, lets analyze the TUCK RULE.

    What a damn joke.

  55. 4thquartermagic says: Jan 31, 2012 1:57 PM

    Harison: “No ONE play beats you.”

    funny, cuz I’m pretty sure if you make that ONE play, your team wins the game.

    Nice try though.

    Enjoy being on a poster with Tyree for the rest of your life.

  56. mjdkid100 says: Jan 31, 2012 1:58 PM

    rockthered1286 says: Jan 31, 2012 1:18 PM

    mjdkid100 says:
    Jan 31, 2012 12:38 PM

    Yea he’s just a future hall of famer and one of the best safeties in this era with his work in San Diego(mostly) and NE.
    _____________________

    HAHAHA seriously?! He was good, I won’t deny it but I can EASILY name 3 safeties superior to Harrison off the top of my head: Reed, Weddle, and even though I hate the guy, Polamalu. All 3 are more likely to get in the HoF waaay before Harrison. Harrison was a slightly above average safety who will forever be known best for this play. Or lack thereof.

    —————————————–

    Eric Weddle? Are you serious? Does he have 30 sacks and 30 INTs and 2 SB rings?

    Yea, Polomalu and Reed are getting in the HoF.

  57. patfaninbflo says: Jan 31, 2012 2:00 PM

    gingerkid2000 says: Jan 31, 2012 12:44 PM

    No wonder the Pats didn’t ask him to be honorary captain at the ACF Championship. Can’t even own up to his own errors.
    ——————————————————
    Actually, the honorary captains for that game were players who were on the team for both Super Bowls XXXI and XXXVI, because those games were played 15 and 10 years ago, respectively, from the one next weekend. Harrison wasn’t on those teams.

    But thanks for your input!

  58. nyyjetsknicks says: Jan 31, 2012 2:04 PM

    wikidpissah says:
    Jan 31, 2012 1:19 PM
    nyyjetsknicks says: Jan 31, 2012 12:16 PM

    18 – 1. That’s all that matters.
    =================================

    The numbers that matter this year to Jets fans are 8-8. Or maybe 43, as in 43 years since your only Super Bowl appearance.

     _______________________

    You are 100% correct. I have already written an email to the Jets and asked them to cheat like the Pats so we can win a super bowl.

  59. zaggs says: Jan 31, 2012 2:13 PM

    “who is more well known for dropping an interception during that same fateful drive”

    Actually he didn’t. His foot came down out of bounds anyways. So even if he caught the ball it would not have been an interception.

  60. rnazriel says: Jan 31, 2012 2:25 PM

    Rodney Harrison is one of the most beloved players in NYG lore. No fault of his, he actually put on a pretty good hit Tyree just had the heart and a little luck to keep his hands on that ball.

  61. jkcranshaw says: Jan 31, 2012 2:28 PM

    nyyjetsknicks says: Jan 31, 2012 2:04 PM

    You are 100% correct. I have already written an email to the Jets and asked them to cheat like the Pats so we can win a super bowl.

    ^^^^^^^^^

    The Pats have now been to 2 Super Bowls and have the best record in the NFL since Spy Gate. That is 2 Super Bowls in 5 years vs. 0 Super Bowls in 43 years.

    Actually I’m forgetting your consecutive early season Super Bowl wins against the Pats in 2009 and 2010…

    How about you wait till the Jets win a title of some kind (AFC EAST, AFC, or SB) before yapping about the Pats.

  62. dgrowe213 says: Jan 31, 2012 2:34 PM

    Why are we completely ignoring the fact that following that play Plaxico Burress scored a wide open TD. Who blew that coverage?

  63. homelanddefense says: Jan 31, 2012 2:41 PM

    Ellis Hobbs

  64. ryanindusblue says: Jan 31, 2012 2:54 PM

    Wooh, go team!

  65. dukemarc says: Jan 31, 2012 3:05 PM

    Asante Samuel = Ray Buchanan

  66. jathomas724 says: Jan 31, 2012 3:13 PM

    Harrison wasn’t able to jar the ball loose because after being caught for getting sent HGH before the previous super bowl he wasn’t able to get juiced before the giants game.

    On that note, how in the world is someone that took HGH while in the league the best analyst that NBC can come up with. There really isn’t anyone else out there that fans can take somewhat seriously.

  67. tiffpats4eva says: Jan 31, 2012 3:24 PM

    nyyjetsknicks says:

    Sounds like I hurt your feelings. Zero rings after spygate and that will continue.
    ********************

    Awww. Which is worst 8-8 or 43?

  68. omegaichiban says: Jan 31, 2012 3:26 PM

    The main problem on this play was the ref’s…i never noticed until a cpl of days ago, but Shaun O’hara was holding someone like he was a million dollars. Right in front of the ref!! That and Harrison attacked the man not the ball.

  69. ruggerlad says: Jan 31, 2012 3:33 PM

    I was trying to find a video of the play that actually shows the coverage (tired of never being able to see the coverages). Anyway he said he was in a cover 4 and the catch was made around the hash marks so even if they had a 4 deep zone with Samuel in man coverage he was still in Rodney’s zone so he shares the blame. Also Samuel is notorious for breaking on the ball for the pick but he is not always right and does give up big plays.
    I cannot see the play so I really dunno what the coverage was cuz every camera is always on the damn glory boy.
    I hate QB’s, those red jersey in practice wearing cannot hit pretty boys.

  70. rockthered1286 says: Jan 31, 2012 4:04 PM

    omegaichiban says:
    Jan 31, 2012 3:26 PM
    The main problem on this play was the ref’s…i never noticed until a cpl of days ago, but Shaun O’hara was holding someone like he was a million dollars. Right in front of the ref!! That and Harrison attacked the man not the ball.
    _________________________________

    Alright, then let’s also talk about this years AFC Championship game with Dennis Pitta wrapped up unable to move in the endzone right next to Evans when he dropped the pass, shall we? Right in front of the ref and wasn’t called and it was beyond blatant and obvious.

    I’m not bitter about holds because it happens on every play. Literally every single play you can call someone for a hold. Sometimes they catch them, sometimes they dont and with both examples (yours and mine) they can happen at game changing moments. Just part of the game unfortunately.

    Now if every QB could throw his hands up and get PI, PF, & holding calls like Brady can…

  71. pone27 says: Jan 31, 2012 4:12 PM

    nyyjetsknicks says: Jan 31, 2012 2:04 PM

    You are 100% correct. I have already written an email to the Jets and asked them to cheat like the Pats so we can win a super bowl.

    ———————————————————-

    Your email got answered a few years ago. The head coach you hired was the one supposedly taping it (Mangini) who “ratted” out the Pats, and the Jets STILL could not win a Super Bowl.

    BTW, if you were a good NYer, you would like the Mets and Jets. Losers flock together.

  72. vincentbojackson says: Jan 31, 2012 7:30 PM

    There’s no “I” in team, but there is one in Harrison.

    I’d be bitter too if my career highlights included losing a Superbowl and being a cheap shot artist.

  73. pugdog1228 says: Feb 1, 2012 4:23 AM

    In the words of the ethereal Donovan Mcnabb, “just keep Asantes name out yo
    Mouth”. Look on the mirror. Who was draped all over tbe guy with the chance tbreak up the pass but didn’t, oh yeah Rodney!

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