James Harrison mocks Goodell, suggests covering the field with pillows

Super Bowl Media Day has transformed James Harrison from the schoolyard bully to the class clown.

Harrison, the Steelers linebacker who racked up fines topping six figures this season, mocked NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell when asked about the league’s commitment to player safety. Harrison joked about players getting hurt as reminiscent of kids stubbing their toes, and he offered a suggestion for how the game could be made safer.

“Lay pillows down where I tackle them so they don’t get hurt when they hit the ground, Mr. Goodell,” Harrison said.

Harrison is known as one of the league’s most intimidating players, but at Media Day he has been something of a comedian, clowning the league office — which he clearly thinks is a joke.

Still, Harrison also said he’s bitter about having $100,000 taken out of his paychecks. If the Steelers win on Sunday, Harrison and Goodell on the podium together would make for the most compelling Super Bowl post-game show in history.

116 responses to “James Harrison mocks Goodell, suggests covering the field with pillows

  1. harrison’s just another fool. he’s a dirty player and will continue to be fined. he’s part of the ‘criminal element’ in the league!

  2. Egregious has never fully adapted to a world populated by large brained, thin skulled, upright creatures.

  3. What I’m getting out of the comments by Harrison and Ward is this:

    They know they can’t win without taking out Aaron Rogers, and the cheap shots are coming, so they’re just trying to get the media and everybody on their side before the game.

  4. Not a Harrison fan…but, he’s right.

    And while you’re @ it, eliminate the 5 yard rule so we don’t have to watch officials throw flags every 2 minutes

  5. You screw with the bull, you get the horns, right James?

    Well dude… you’re screwing with the head bull.

  6. Since, according to Coach Tomlin at least, he’s got to find a way to put his kids through college, he’s obviously taken to stand-up comedy to help pay the bills.

  7. “If the Steelers win on Sunday, Harrison and Goodell on the podium together would make for the most compelling Super Bowl post-game show in history”

    punch him in the face and take the fine

  8. He’s ignorant. He thinks hes tough cuz he launches himself head first into people? Bend your knees and lower your shoulder to hit someone like every coach you’ve ever had taught you since you were 6 year old.

  9. Harrison thinks the NFL league office is a joke eh…
    Little does he know the NFL is the best run league in all of sports by a long shot, and punishes behaviour for stupid thugs like himself

  10. Lambert called for QBs in skirts 35-years ago. Harrison is just carrying another Steelers linebacker tradition by calling for pillows on the field. Classic.

  11. Always leads with his helmet and drives into players. Don’t tell me he’s just “playing the game”. He’s out there trying to make it so other people don’t get up after his tackles so they can win the game easier.
    He’s like the rest of the Steelers; a bunch of crybabys who feel they don’t get it their way when they do get it their way. Also he thinks that he shouldn’t be subject to rules which have been part of the rules for years now, but they’ve come to finally enforce them.
    Wonder why he wears one of the new style helmets? so he doesn’t concuss himself when he does it to other people.

  12. James Harrison needs to complain not to Goodell, but to DE Smith. He simply has to have Smith accept as part of the new CBA that in all player contracts is a clause that they cannot and will not ever sue the NFL for anything if they have lingering effects fom concussions decades later; in a game they chose to play knowing full well all ramifications.

    Then Goodell can take all rules out. End of story.

    Take a player poll, see if they want the rules out in exchange for a waiver. The ball regarding this is actually in the players’ court.

  13. He’s right in a way, the league’s policy is a joke. On the one hand they try to seem tough, fining players for dirty hits – but on the other hand, they make no further effort to discourage such hits. They’re happy to have the hits advertised on ESPN on highlight reels, they’re happy to have the web traffic that comes from people visiting the NFL website to see such hits.

    If anything Goodell has been too lenient with this guy. He should have been ejected from the game and suspended for his second offense, suspended longer for third etc.

  14. Harrison is a piece of trash.

    You gave Mo Massaquoi a double forearm shiver to the head= ILLEGAL, hit Brees in the helmet with your helmet= ILLEGAL, hit Fitzpatrick helmet to helmet=ILLEGAL… Shut your mouth Harrison.

    Maybe you will get an interception this Sunday and your team can hold and block in the back all the way down the field so you can score. Hope not though.

    Go Packers!!!

  15. Hey refsburgh…they’ve been tackling like that for 50 years, until one weekend they decided to change the rules.

    I love all the Steelers haters bangin’ on Harrison, Ward, Ben etc but we all know they’d take them on their team in a minute!

  16. I’m a Pats fan but you gotta like how the Steelers play “football”, the way it was intended to be played, hard hitting and no skirts allowed. Unfortunately they will be playing against a skirt wearing QB on Sunday who has suffered at least 2 concussions already this year and you can bet the officials will be protecting him big time! The over-under on “roughing the QB” for the SB will be at 4 as ANY hit on Rodgers without the football in his hand will be flagged…….they need to change their name to NFL meaning National Flag League cuz they don’t let ’em play football anymore.

  17. Go Get’em James!!! Roger Goodell has made it clear that he has an axe to grind with the Pittsburgh Steelers! I hope James Harrison has a banner day of “legal hits” and takes home the MVP!!!!!!

  18. If the Packers were intimidated by these thugs they’d try a Hines-Wardesque crack-back cheap shot block on Harrison and put him out. Then a LB would drill Ward 2 seconds after the play ended (as he likes doing) and he’d end-up with another concussion forcing him to sit… but the Packers don’t need stoop to Steelers-low tactics to win.

    Any helmet-helmet hits in the playoffs should be immediate ejection – they’ve had a minimum of 22 games to find the target.

  19. I always thinks its funny when people call harrison a scumbag or a pile of cr#p…the fact is he like almost all other players devote more time, give more donations, run more charities and give back in one month more than anyone who talks crap on them do in their lifetime…look in the mirror before you attack someone personally!!!

  20. James Harrison is lucky that being a great football player at his position takes no mental ability..he goes out to injure his fellow players with no care for their careers..and he makes no apologies for that. Why do you people grovel at his feet? What if he got chopped and blew his knee out..costing him HIS career? How would you justify that? Play hard..play within the rules. If you cant do that, then you shouldnt play..life has rules…

  21. LOL at all you Steelers haters defending Roger Goodell, Ray Anderson, and the other clowns. Have fun watching the Steelers this Sunday while your team is at home watching… Just like you.

  22. What he may not realize is that comments like this have a good chance of leading to a 15 yard penalty the first excuse the refs can get to call him on roughing the passer. I would think his fellow Steelers might prefer the Packers’ offense not get that kind of help.

  23. @tjsmama: Yeah, those poor Steelers. Victims. Ol’ Ben, especially. I mean, whatever happened to the “fined at five” rule? Sexually assault five women before getting hit with a fine or suspension. What’s with this “three times” business? Way too harsh.

  24. There must be a lot of Steelers fans posting here today because there seems to be massive approval of this classless act.

    Mocking the commissioner the week before the game is embarrassing. I used to like him as a player, but I’m beginning to see an immature side of him.

    Just play the game on Sunday and shut up.

  25. Dispite being fined constantly by Goodell for hits that did not draw penalty flags, Harrison still finished #3 in voting for NFL defensive player of the year.

    Seems voters appreciate hard hitting football played between the whistles. Too bad Goodell doesn’t.

  26. I actually really like the Steelers..the old Steelers…Lambert, Blount, Greene..that was the best defense I’d ever seen..they used to smoke offensive players..Lambert used to pile drive them into the ground..then the rules changed cuz people were getting seriously injured (Stingley).
    Harrison doesnt obey the rules because he doesnt care if one of his fellow “union” members gets seriously hurt..and you Harrison fans think thats OK? Sad. Real sad people

  27. Regarding the comment from tedesco47 defending Goodell because the NFL is the best run professional sport:

    Goodell is doing his best Gary Bettman impersonation. At his current pace, Goodell will run the NFL into the ground faster than Bettman ran the NHL into the ground.

    Bettman’s NHL changed the rules to prevent players from protecting their own when the other team’s goon went after the star players because he thought America didn’t like fights during hockey games. He was wrong: America loves payback on the ice, not off of it. For nearly 20-years he’s had star players dropping like flies because he took away the most valuable deterrent to running a star: retribution on the ice.

    Now, Goodell wants to change the (enforcement of the) rules because he thinks America doesn’t like seeing DeSean Jackson and Mohammad Massaquoi prone on the field. What America doesn’t like is football players who pull up or don’t make the play between the whistles because they are afraid they will be fined or officials who throw a flag every time James Harrison gets away from a hold and hits a quarterback. America likes hard hitting football with players that get up every time. America – and the players – is willing to accept that, on rare occasions, some players don’t get up right away.

    Bettman and Goodell are both trying to sell products their loyal customers don’t want.

    It took Bettman 10-years to lose a season to a labor dispute. Goodell is on the brink of doing it in just over 4-years. He even hired the same labor lawyer as Bettman hired to guide the NHL to that lost season: Bob Batterman.

    Now, just to put his own stamp on what will surely be a failed legacy, Goodell has indulged his own ego in his recent interview with Peter King at the cost of undercutting his integrity and the integrity of the League office. Goodell’s comments on Ben Roethlisberger (regardless of any clarification) serve no purpose other than to massage his own ego. I am sure that the comments we will read soon about Donte Stallworth, Michael Vick and Tank Johnson will serve the same master.

    So, while I agree that the NFL has been the best managed professional sports league of the four major sports for as long as most of us can remember, Roger Goodell seems to be intent on tearing it down.

  28. By Steeler players and fans,

    We were told that Big Ben’s 4-game suspension was unfair… Yet they made the Super Bowl

    We were told all year that the NFL officials has it out for the Steelers… Yet they made the Super Bowl

    We were told that the rules changes would impede the Steelers “physical” style of play… Yet they made the Super Bowl

    In summary, would all the whiny Steeler fans please just shut the hell up?

    And Harrison, Ward, et al., no one cares about your opinion. Just shut up and play football.

  29. Since Harrison’s first fine, nothing has changed in the NFL. Players are going to keep playing how they have been, its the same product now as it was last year, and will be for years to come.

    I haven’t seen sucha generally uninformed knee jerk reponse to something the general population doesn’t like since Obama was elected. Nothing has changed except the fines. Stop tilting at windmills.

  30. Awww man you guys are making me feel really bad about being a Steeler fan. I’m almost convinced to not watch the game out of disgust for this team of thugs. For reals.

  31. why don’t all you cry babies go back to mamby pamby land ? This game is quickly becoming two hand touch.

  32. dixon29 says:
    Feb 1, 2011 2:36 PM
    Harrison is a piece of trash.
    ——————————————–

    So much for the idea that Packers fans are “classy.” Reading their comments all week, I’m amazed by the nasty comments they spew out — so much for that nice little “cheesehead” image. Really, you’re mostly a bunch of nasty bitter losers. Now I REALLY hope the Steelers win.

    I don’t know if “hobartbaker” is a Pack fan, but regardless, nice racial zinger there, buddy. You’re all class.

    Packer Nation frankly, you suck.

    As for Harrison, he’s just awesome.

  33. Pitt going to come to play. I don’t know how tough GB is, they seem to rely more on finesse?
    If they start believing this is theirs without a fight, they are going to get hurt.
    Harrison, the rest of that team are not just talking about hitting.
    They are going to bring it.

  34. With alot of people Not a Harrison fan at all but he is 100% RIGHT! …the No Fun League is starting to turn me off

  35. Nice to see Harrison enjoying himself at media day, and actually showing a fun side to his normal demeanor. Players should try to enjoy themselves today.

    GO STEELERS!!

  36. When you are that ugly you better be damn good at something. Stick to football James. It is the only thing that makes you relevant.

  37. ampatsisahypocrite says:
    Feb 1, 2011 3:39 PM

    “I don’t know if “hobartbaker” is a Pack fan, but regardless, nice racial zinger there, buddy. You’re all class.”

    —————————-
    Give hobartbaker the benefit of the doubt. His schtick has remained consistant and unbiased through multiple aliases, and almost all of his posts have given me a chuckle, even if some of the chuckles are accompanied by an eyeroll. I don’t think he meant “gorilla” as a racial slur, only comparing Harrison to perhaps a neanderthal or the like.

  38. The Steelers are currently -160 to be the most penalized team in the game. Fair or not, I would definitely take that bet.

  39. cmizzad says:
    Feb 1, 2011 3:32 PM

    “And Harrison, Ward, et al., no one cares about your opinion. Just shut up and play football.”

    ———————–
    You realize this is “Media day”, the week before the Super Bowl, right?

  40. Is there an Assistant Commissioner available?

    I can’t imagine that Czar Goodell will be able to smile through his clenched teeth when he has to hand the Steelers Lombardi #7.

    Thanks Roge, for giving the Steelers the extra edge they needed this year to respond (on the field) to your “special” treatment of Ben and James.

    Maybe Tags can come out of retirement to hand-off the trophy.

  41. Mark these words: It has become extremely obvious that the NFL is moving to promote big time Aaron Rogers has the heir apparent to the Manning and Brady regimes. They need a new poster boy and they will do all they can to make sure Rogers wins on Sunday without being too obvious:

    1. James Harrison will be unblockable, but they will hold him at least 5-6 times (Left Tackle will be guilty). It will go uncalled every time except possibly once.

    2. There will be at least 3 phantom calls on the Steelers db’s and safeties in the form of contact after 5 yards, defensive holding, or Interference. They want Rogers to have wide open players

    3. There will be at least 2 roughing calls against the Steelers on Rogers.

    4. It won’t matter as Roethlisberger brings em down for the winning score in 4th quarter.

  42. This is the guy who wouldn’t go to the White House when the Steelers won the Super Bowl because the President didn’t invite them when they didn’t win.

    Think for one minute how freakin stupid you have to be to have that opinion.

    I’m not sure this guy should be a go to source for intelligent commentary.

  43. @roess, They may have been tackling like tha for 50 years but it’s 2010 now. Nobody wants to watch a gae and see half of their team go out with a concussion becaue professional football players don’t know how to hit someone.

    I love how steeler fans think they’re so entitled. Every other team in the league has adjusted but Harrison and Ryan Clark just keep doing it and then have the nerve to cry when they get fined.

    Not only that, then he goes and cries and threatens to retire. Basically bein a huge drama queen.

    So much for being a tough guy.

    Real class organization.

  44. Goodell needs to be mocked — but not just for what Harrison lampooned him.

    He needs to be asked point blank “why did you leak the Ben story to Peter King on January 7th, right before the playoffs”? Or better yet “what business does the commissioner of the NFL have doing this in the first place?”

    If anyone doubts the Goodell anti-Steeler bias, this oughta persuade you. Goodell is now getting called out for it on ESPN and Jim Rome — funny, nothing from this site yet?

    Is the commissioner leaking details of a supposedly private NFL investigation to the public NOT a story?

    Anyway, thanks for doing this Roger — you’ve given the Steelers a great pre-game motivational speech.

    God I can’t wait til Goodell has to hand the trophy to Ben!

  45. BTW-

    Am I the only person to notice that football didn’t come to end as we know it after the league announced that they were going to begin enforcing rules that had been in place for years?

    Did fines and suspensions spike upwards in any appreciable way?

    Did it stop the team that whined and complained more than the other 31 teams combined from reaching the Super Bowl?

    What effect, exactly, did this “crackdown” have on the game?

    Anyone who is capable of doing an unbiased, impartial analysis of would realize that the rules edict had little or no effect on the field.

    Of course, no one would put James Harrison in that category.

  46. Lots of comments on these Steeler posts about how handsome Brady is and how ugly Roethlisberger, Harrison, (et al) are…. Last I checked, I wasn’t comparing LOOKS when watching a football game. Man up you guys! Girls too… watch the game.

    Oh and Brady isn’t hot – blech – to those of you who would even say such a thing. But… I’d bet it’s been his perceived cuteness and delicate nature that’s helped him charm the league all these years. Gag

  47. Whether he uses his helmet,his arms,his shoulders,his toes.or his ass….James Harrison is FLAT OUT UNBLOCKABLE by any one body..

    Love all these little babies with 12 year old “sticks and stones mentality” that call Harrison stupid or ugly…..simply because because their aint a damn thing you can say about the guy’s playing ability….Everyone with an ounce of intelligence knows he was made an example of…because in reality,THE GUY JUST HITS TOO HARD!!!

    Whether he hits with the helmet first,shoulder first,or chest first…some guys aint gonna get up..thats fact! He is soo damn strong,explosive,and quick…he hurts guys,not intentionally,he just explodes through people…Deal with it!!

  48. ampatsisahypocrite says:
    Feb 1, 2011 4:58 PM
    Oh yeah realitypolice — how about the Commissioner leaking private details about Ben’s investigation right before the playoffs? How are you going to rationalize that one away?
    =============================

    Ummm….yeah.

    What does that have to do with my comments? My only points were:

    1) James Harrison is an idiot

    2) The leagues renewed enforcement of the rules had no impact on the season.

    But since you asked, the commissioner didn’t leak anything- he made his comments to Peter King awhile ago- it was King who decided to publicize it now.

    Anything else I can help you with, Einstein?

  49. clowning the league office — which he clearly thinks is a joke.

    After the way he implemented the fines this year and now how he personally attacked Roethlisberger, who doesn’t think Goodell is a joke??? Media speculation that Goodell is trying to antagonize the NFLPA by harrassing Ben. Ward and Harrison are sending a message to Goodell….we are tired of your BS tactics, and we can personally attack using the media too!! Will be fun to watch the Lombardi presentation if Pittsburgh wins.

  50. “refsburgh says:
    Feb 1, 2011 2:21 PM
    He’s ignorant. He thinks hes tough cuz he launches himself head first into people? Bend your knees and lower your shoulder to hit someone like every coach you’ve ever had taught you since you were 6 year old.”

    No friggin kidding. If this guy learned how to properly tackle instead of launching himself recklessly like a human missile he wouldn’t have to be fined.

    I’m sick of people making excuses for this reckless behavior. You can properly tackle someone and hit them hard without going helmet to helmet. A helmet to helmet hit is just cheap in my opinion. It’s a quick and easy way for anyone to “hit hard,” and requires almost no tackling ability whatsoever. I’m guessing it’s so prevalent for this very reason – players can do it, register a big hit, and make a tackle without actually going through the fundamentals.

    I can understand his frustration in how inconsistently the rule is applied. However, I have a simple fix for Harrison – don’t hit with your helmet and don’t hit a helmet and you won’t be flagged or fined.

  51. Thank you, ampatsisahypocrite!! James had every right to goof on the Commissioner that threw his QB under a freight train the week of the Super Bowl. and enough alreay with the dirty football talk. It’s getting old and tired. The Steelers play the game the way that MEN want the game to be played. I guarantee that the same guys crying about the way Harrison plays the game would be wearing his jersey if he played for there team!

    The same thing goes for the thug references. Was Butkus a thug? Was Randy W gentlehite a thug? Sometimes it fits, but every black player is not a thug, that was raised in the projects by a single mother! Grow up…

    Stop wearing undergarments with cotton in the crotch! It’s football. A violent, contact sport! If you can’t stomach it, there are always cheerleading competitions around for your amusement!!

    Go Steelers!!

  52. ampatsisahypocrite says:
    Feb 1, 2011 3:39 PM

    “I don’t know if “hobartbaker” is a Pack fan, but regardless, nice racial zinger there, buddy. You’re all class.”

    Hobartbaker is most certainly NOT a packer fan.

    He trashes on Rodgers and the Pack any chance he gets.

  53. The NFL should require that players that hit helmet to helmet go to a tackling school where they learn the proper fundamentals of tackling that they obviously aren’t learning from their teams.

  54. I wonder what the over/under is on how many yards he’ll cost his team in penalties.

    I’ll set the line at 30.

  55. Bubby Brister says:
    Feb 1, 2011 3:22 PM
    Always so easy to spot the people on this site who have never worn a pair of cleats in their lives.

    Yep, it’s usually the one’s defending him. I played football in junior high and high school. The VERY FIRST THING i was taught was that you NEVER LEAD WITH YOUR HEAD, and you never hit someone else in the head. Always tackle head up.

    BASIC TACKLING 101.

  56. blitzburg10 says:

    Love all these little babies with 12 year old “sticks and stones mentality” that call Harrison stupid or ugly…..simply because because their aint a damn thing you can say about the guy’s playing ability….
    =================

    You’re a moron. No one is commenting about Harrison’s playing ability.

    We are commenting about an article concerning things Harrison SAID in an INTERVIEW.

    If James Einstein Harrison chooses to spout off his retarded opinions in an interview with the national media, then we are entitled to comment on WHAT HE SAID.

    No one is saying Harrison isn’t a great player.

    Why else would an organization keep a guy around who was arrested for beating his girlfriend?

    And who can’t keep his dog from attacking his 2-year-old son?

  57. C’mon James for once at least show something before you mouth off.

    Completely unblockable, what joke. Harrison is completely overrated for all his trash talking. He has ONE sack on Slow Joe Flaccoe. Suggs is unblockable he has 12 1/2 on Ben. More then Harrison has in a year. Even Woodley has more sacks in the post season then Harrison.

    James go out and affect a post season game before you mouth off.

  58. pigspigspigs Please. The league mandates community time and the charities are write-offs so get off of your preacher horse and call a thug a thug and apiece of cr+p what it is

  59. Why is he so worried about that $100,000 anyway?

    He probably would have just wadded it up, stuffed it in a sock, and beat his girlfriend with it.

  60. Yep, it’s usually the one’s defending him. I played football in junior high and high school. The VERY FIRST THING i was taught was that you NEVER LEAD WITH YOUR HEAD, and you never hit someone else in the head. Always tackle head up.

    BASIC TACKLING 101.
    ___________________________________

    Watch your favoite team and count the number of tackles they make without their head lowered at least a bit

  61. Criminal element in the league?? You’ve got to be kidding me. There are plenty of guys out there getting arrested and acting like fools. I’d be pissed too if all I was doing was playing the game it was meant to be played. He’s a great player that hits hard. This is a contact sport. GET OVER IT

  62. Career ending knee injury from an illegal chop block would probably change a few attitudes on this topic. There’s probably not a better guy for it to happen to either.

  63. steelers24019 says:
    Feb 1, 2011 6:04 PM
    Yep, it’s usually the one’s defending him. I played football in junior high and high school. The VERY FIRST THING i was taught was that you NEVER LEAD WITH YOUR HEAD, and you never hit someone else in the head. Always tackle head up.

    BASIC TACKLING 101.
    ___________________________________

    Watch your favoite team and count the number of tackles they make without their head lowered at least a bit

    Yup, but that doesn’t make it right.

  64. “lilbendbag says: Feb 1, 2011 6:30 PM
    I hate the steelers but….this guy is 30 been cut by the steelers twice and the ravens once,anyone else find this guys story amazing?”

    No more amazing than anyone else who discovered PEDs.

  65. I sent this idea into the league offices before and they wouldn’t take me seriously. Now that we have someone with more credibility than me let’s see if we can get this ball rolling

  66. This helmet to helmet stuff has to go but other than that they are turning it into a candy ass game.Forget five yards.Let them bump and fight all they way and see who wins.Watch some games from the seventies and early eighties such as the raiders against the dolphins,steelers,vikings these were classic knock down drag out games.The team that wanted it the most usually got it.

  67. Let me guess “lemmam” (first post on this article)….you never played tackle football did you? This is a game for men, not boys….Jets fan right? As SI highlighed in the latest edition, Harrison will bring the Hammer Sunday. Don’t stay up past your bedtime when the Men of Steel bring home #7. Same thing to you “themage78″…damn couch potato….golf or tennis for you right?

  68. realitypolice says: Feb 1, 2011 5:29 PM

    If you don’t think that Roger Goodell has attempted to craft this image as a caring commissioner only to satisfy future litigation against the NFL and as a pretense to an 18 game season then you really aren’t paying attention. Feel free to call me any name you can muster. I can hardly wait for your brilliant retort.
    ——————————————————

    Yes, the image of Roger “the mouthpiece” Goodell handing the Superbowl trophy to Ben Roethlisberger would be sweet indeed.

    Fire Goodell.

  69. A couple of final thoughts for all you Steeler haters out there:

    “It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open one’s mouth and remove all doubt.” – Abraham Lincoln

    “Talk low, talk slow, and don’t talk too much.” – John Wayne

  70. Let me guess “lemmam” (first post on this article)….you never played tackle football did you? This is a game for men, not boys….Jets fan right? As SI highlighed in the latest edition, Harrison will bring the Hammer Sunday. Don’t stay up past your bedtime when the Men of Steel bring home #7. Same thing to you “themage78″…damn couch potato….golf or tennis for you right?
    __________________________________

    yeah, and you’re some badass dude who played high school football, I bet. Wow, high school football. you were practically born with the NFL in your blood! you probably think you have this incredible insight into the game. LMAO

    what you are is a little Stooler fan trying to act tough like your team. kind of reminds me of how ravens fans used to act after Ray-Ray went stabby stabby.

    you’re nothing but a Pitt loser, that’s all. “Men of Steel”. LMAO what a laugh!

  71. It’s the loose wheel that usually squeaks. Sounds like sour grapes from someone who is now trying to take it to the other extreme since being called out for dirty, illegal play. That’s it James, make a mockery of it – hopefully you can live with yourself when one of your unnecessary, headfirst spears seriously injures somebody – sort of like Ward’s cheap shot on Keith Rivers that ended his season.

  72. @airforcejewell: Mind if I revise?

    “Better to remain clothed and thought a rapist, than to open one’s zipper, force thine self onto a defenseless woman (can also substitute “women” here), and remove all doubt”.

    And as for James Harrison….

    The only thing worse than a quitter, is an idiot who threatens to quit and never does. Especially one who thinks he’s entitled to play by different rules than everyone else. Pansy.

  73. Just found this at http://www.throwmeapillow.com
    Floor Pillows are not just perfect for you to sit on to watch the game but ALSO for Steeler’s linebacker James Harrison’s problem with Roger Goodell. James Harrison did not specify exactly what sort of pillow would be best for this problem. We recommend Wisconsin of Pennsylvania State Pillows because they are durable, beautiful and the PERFECT CUSHION for a hard floor! there is more at ThrowMeAPillow.com

  74. there is not enough “STUPID” signs to hand out to all of the morons that have posted here.

    don’t hate us!!!

    I believe part of the game is to “take out the quarterback” by any means necessary!!!

    All of the negative comments must be from fans of all the teams that will only be “WATCHING” the game from the couch.

    I personally am a STEELERS fan, I live here and breath football. All of the teams sitting this one out, see you next season.

    enough said!!!

  75. Did anyone catch how this guy speaks? He cannot even put a coherent sentence together.What an uneducated idiot. He would be better served to quit his dirty play and use the 100k for remedial English classes.

  76. dstep24

    if harrison is a dirty player than why is he voted to the pro bowl, all pro team and was third in defensive mvp voting?

    you would think if he did not play the game the way it was supposed to be played, played under his own rules or was a dirty/cheap player he would not be recogonized by his peers, coaches and people who decide who are the best players in the game as one of the best.

    you would think he would be suspended or considered a bad player because he does not know how to play the game when in fact he has been rewarded a countless amount of times for the way he plays the game.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!