'I don't believe it for one second'

'I don't believe it for one second'

There are 40 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Dec 16, 2008, titled 'I don't believe it for one second'. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

"That's the first I heard that. I don't believe it for one second," Harbaugh said yesterday during his weekly news conference at the team's training facility in Owings Mills.

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Fed Up in Towson

Cockeysville, MD

#1 Dec 16, 2008
Not likely that a little punter like Berger is gonna pick a fight or make BS allogations for no reason with a big guy like Walker. Despite what Harbaugh says, my money's on the NFL sitting Walker for a game and handing out a huge fine, pending the results of their own investigation.
hman

Columbia, SC

#2 Dec 16, 2008
"That's the first I heard that. I don't believe it for one second," Harbaugh said yesterday during his weekly news conference at the team's training facility in Owings Mills. "Frank Walker wouldn't do it; none of our players would do it. I don't believe it for one second."

Yeah, sure thing Harbaugh...and Suggs didn't say there was a bounty on certain Steelers and Ray Lewis didn't get away with murder all those years ago.
larry g

Gwynn Oak, MD

#3 Dec 16, 2008
I said Gaither would handle harrison and Terry did a great job also

Flacco had time
Haha

Washington, DC

#4 Dec 16, 2008
The more I read about Harbaugh, the less I like. Why would Mitch Berger make that up? How many 15 yard penalties has Skippy Reed had in his life? Harbaugh is a joke.
Be serious

Huntsville, AL

#5 Dec 16, 2008
Yea, Gaither handled Harrison as long as he was holding. After watching him hold all day long, I don't want to hear you complain about the legal touchdown.
oriolesfan21218

Baltimore, MD

#6 Dec 16, 2008
I saw the play, no spitting, berger grabbed walker off of from behind, walker pushed him, berger pushed back. as in football the retaliation is always caught by the refs, not the instigation. but i saw no projectile saliva.. lol..

in hi-def 1080 63 inches.. with DVR.. nope.. no spit.. he just got caught pushing..

and folks.. kickers always lie.. especially when running into the kicker penalties.. oscar winning performances.. lol!
oriolesfan21218

Baltimore, MD

#7 Dec 16, 2008
gaither holding?? just as much as the ENTIRE shiitzburg offensive line..
OOSASASA

Glen Burnie, MD

#8 Dec 16, 2008
Easy solution here, just go to the tape! Oh I forgot this is a Baltimore forum, never mind!!!!!
Gary Parks

Rochester, NY

#9 Dec 16, 2008
I'm sure on of you a$$clown steelers fans on here wouldn't mind washing the sand out of Bergers vagina. It was a great game. We should have scored TD's instead of FG's. I would have loved to see a 4th and inches to decide the game instead of overturning the call on the field. It took the game out of the hard nose players on both sides of the ball. Great game. I hope the scenario repeats itself in Pittsburgh for a shot at the superbowl
larry g

Gwynn Oak, MD

#10 Dec 16, 2008
Be serious wrote:
Yea, Gaither handled Harrison as long as he was holding. After watching him hold all day long, I don't want to hear you complain about the legal touchdown.
if my owner was on the competetion committee and told the refs what to call I would not complain about calls
to anyone , The Steelers always get the refs because of Rooney
Fed Up in Towson

Cockeysville, MD

#11 Dec 16, 2008
larry g wrote:
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if my owner was on the competetion committee and told the refs what to call I would not complain about calls
to anyone , The Steelers always get the refs because of Rooney
The Ravens players themselves said that play didn't decide the game. Flacco was horrible and the defense couldn't stop a 92 yard drive when it mattered (again).

The Ravens got swept. Get over it.
larry g

Gwynn Oak, MD

#12 Dec 16, 2008
Fed Up in Towson wrote:
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The Ravens players themselves said that play didn't decide the game. Flacco was horrible and the defense couldn't stop a 92 yard drive when it mattered (again).
The Ravens got swept. Get over it.
All that is true , but does not change thefact that we always have to beat the refs and the other team

we will see them again
What garbage

Pasadena, MD

#13 Dec 16, 2008
I didn't know Roberto Alomar started coaching the CB's on conflict resolution
Teapot

Sterling, VA

#14 Dec 16, 2008
LMAO, he spit in my mouth are you kidding me? If someone spit in my mouth I would have bent over took my helmet off and spit the crap out we didn't see any of that, her was still trying to get in Washington's face, try something else KICKER!!!
Teapot

Sterling, VA

#15 Dec 16, 2008
hman wrote:
"That's the first I heard that. I don't believe it for one second," Harbaugh said yesterday during his weekly news conference at the team's training facility in Owings Mills. "Frank Walker wouldn't do it; none of our players would do it. I don't believe it for one second."
Yeah, sure thing Harbaugh...and Suggs didn't say there was a bounty on certain Steelers and Ray Lewis didn't get away with murder all those years ago.
Dude let it go do you yourself have proof of Ray Lewis stabbing another man to death, NO so STFU!

I'm sick of you people thinking you have all the facts just STFU, we're all looking from the outside in.

Oh I know it was you "Hman" that was on the corner of Druid Hill paying off a prostitute for your BJ.
gbw

Glen Burnie, MD

#16 Dec 16, 2008
If Leonhard had run over reed during the kick return and put a big hit on him, the game would have ended differently. Returners should put a smack down on the kicker any chance they get. With the main kicker hurt, the game would have been the ravens. Great game, wrong winner. As for the steelers, a little luck is always on their side. If they win the SB, it will be because of luck.
Attila the Hon

United States

#17 Dec 16, 2008
oriolesfan21218 wrote:
I saw the play, no spitting, berger grabbed walker off of from behind, walker pushed him, berger pushed back. as in football the retaliation is always caught by the refs, not the instigation. but i saw no projectile saliva.. lol..
in hi-def 1080 63 inches.. with DVR.. nope.. no spit.. he just got caught pushing..
and folks.. kickers always lie.. especially when running into the kicker penalties.. oscar winning performances.. lol!
Snickers Berger is a Steeler only because the real punter Daniel Sepulveda is on Injured Reserve. Snickers has spent most of his career with the Vikings, an annual collection of gasbag chokers. Once a useless tool, always a useless tool.
GovernmentWaste

Salt Lake City, UT

#18 Dec 16, 2008
Jeff Reed should be used to "spittin'" stuff out of his mouth.
Maybe he should be like the rest of the Squeelers and just learn to "swallow!!"
flaccos mom

Potomac, MD

#19 Dec 16, 2008
stop drinking all the kool aid. ravens are second class. no where near the elite establishment of the steelers!
Jimmy

Baltimore, MD

#20 Dec 16, 2008
Where do all these sqeeler fans come from? this is md, not western pa!

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