Patriots sign ex-Raven Flynn

Patriots sign ex-Raven Flynn

There are 52 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Aug 21, 2008, titled Patriots sign ex-Raven Flynn. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

The New England Patriots signed 10-year veteran Mike Flynn on Thursday in a move to shore up an injury-depleted offensive line.

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18andDONEwihtout CHEATING

Utica, KY

#41 Aug 25, 2008
GHT wrote:
and this one too. How convenient.
since 2004?? Wow did you conveniently forget about 1984 through 2003????? LMAO. Like I said, Manning saved your franchise. You NEVER had interest in the Colts until he burst on the scene. Baltimore was played and toyed with for 7 years by Your owners Dad, we knew it, and told him to pound sand. RCA dome is a joke.
OK, first off I said every pre and regular season game has sold out since 2004 NOT EVERY REGULAR SEASON GAME!!!!!!!!! Geese I bet the RAVENS CAN'T EVEN SELL OUT ALL THEIR PRE SEASON GAMES, but that's normal most team's can't. And if you wanna talk about the Colts selling out their regular season games, well lets just say that every Colts game has sold out since Peyton has been QB. And since Jeff George left the team, Every Colts game has sold out every year except for when the team went 2-14 and drafted Peyton Manning.

SO JUST FACE THE FACTS, COLTS FANS WILL ALWAYS BE DIE HARD FANS!!!!!!!!!!
GHT

Portland, OR

#42 Aug 25, 2008
18andDONEwihtoutCHEATING wrote:
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OK, first off I said every pre and regular season game has sold out since 2004 NOT EVERY REGULAR SEASON GAME!!!!!!!!! Geese I bet the RAVENS CAN'T EVEN SELL OUT ALL THEIR PRE SEASON GAMES, but that's normal most team's can't. And if you wanna talk about the Colts selling out their regular season games, well lets just say that every Colts game has sold out since Peyton has been QB. And since Jeff George left the team, Every Colts game has sold out every year except for when the team went 2-14 and drafted Peyton Manning.
SO JUST FACE THE FACTS, COLTS FANS WILL ALWAYS BE DIE HARD FANS!!!!!!!!!!
The Ravens have a season ticket base of 66,000 fans that MUST buy all 10 home games, preseason included. You're wrong there. The other 5,000 tickets per game go on sale to the general public in mid summer as a token of good will by the team to allow everyone the chance to see a game. The only Colt's games sold out were with Manning after he came on board. There was talk bewteen '84 and '98 that they'd move again because your "diehard" fans forgot to come to the games. Had it not been for Manning, Indy would have no NFL team. You're a front runner end of story. When he leaves your Lucass dome will sit empty
Facts vs Tards

Houston, TX

#43 Aug 25, 2008
GHT wrote:
<quoted text>The only Colt's games sold out were with Manning after he came on board.
Wish we could argue this about a good QB in Baltimore.
18andDONEwihtout CHEATING

Utica, KY

#44 Aug 25, 2008
Facts vs Tards wrote:
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Wish we could argue this about a good QB in Baltimore.
We don't need to, the fact that they couldn't keep the Yankees is bad enough.
GHT

Portland, OR

#45 Aug 25, 2008
18andDONEwihtoutCHEATING wrote:
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We don't need to, the fact that they couldn't keep the Yankees is bad enough.
Yankees? Are you on crack? That's news to me but if the Yankess started in Baltimore, it must have been in the 1800's way before media, radio, print and high salaries. The reason the Colts left Baltimore was pure greed.
GHT

Portland, OR

#46 Aug 25, 2008
and I guess St. Louis doesn't deserve a baseball team since the Orioles were the old St. Louis Browns that moved here. Now here's a question for you....when does school start kid? Your lack of writing skill and knowledge is showing.
skidrow wilson

Glendale, CA

#47 Aug 25, 2008
GHT wrote:
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Had it not been for Manning, Indy would have no NFL team. You're a front runner end of story. When he leaves your
LucASS dome will sit empty
...lol
GHT

Portland, OR

#48 Aug 25, 2008
18andDONEwihtoutCHEATING wrote:
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That's not my point numb nuts. My point is that the ORIELS were planning on building a new stadium when the Colts moved to Indy in 1984. Just like the Colts have been planning on building the Lucas Oil dome since 2001. And because the O's were planning on building a new stadium in the next 5-7 years and the Colts were not, because back then the football baseball stadiums were and still are going out of style. The Colts moved and the Oriels did not. And personally if I were A Ravens/O's fan, I'd be more pissed off at the New York Yankees since they originated in Baltimore and have more championships then practically any other team.
I've been an O's fan since 1971 and at NO time has anyone ever brought up the move from Baltimore to NY. It just doesn't matter. I did a little history check in Google. The real reason for the move was the infigthing between the owners and the league commissioner with everyone wanting a piece of NY. The Giants blocked any team from moving there but after a pow wow session, agreed to let in a team in 1903. Just to show you how convoluted your attempt was at smearing Baltimore, the team wasn't even known as the Yankees for another 10 years. The move had absolutely nothing to do with low attendence it Baltimore or a lack of support, nor could it be averted. Nice try, but I am not gonna worry myself about the 1901 Baltimore Orioles. MY Orioles started in 1954. I am guessing your Indiana License plate goes something like this: IND E I E I O
18andDONEwihtout CHEATING

Utica, KY

#50 Aug 25, 2008
GHT wrote:
<quoted text>I've been an O's fan since 1971 and at NO time has anyone ever brought up the move from Baltimore to NY. It just doesn't matter. I did a little history check in Google. The real reason for the move was the infigthing between the owners and the league commissioner with everyone wanting a piece of NY. The Giants blocked any team from moving there but after a pow wow session, agreed to let in a team in 1903. Just to show you how convoluted your attempt was at smearing Baltimore, the team wasn't even known as the Yankees for another 10 years. The move had absolutely nothing to do with low attendence it Baltimore or a lack of support, nor could it be averted. Nice try, but I am not gonna worry myself about the 1901 Baltimore Orioles. MY Orioles started in 1954. I am guessing your Indiana License plate goes something like this: IND E I E I O
Well, like it or not the Yankees move to N.Y. was no different then the Colts move to Indy.
18andDONEwihtout CHEATING

Utica, KY

#51 Aug 25, 2008
GHT wrote:
and I guess St. Louis doesn't deserve a baseball team since the Orioles were the old St. Louis Browns that moved here. Now here's a question for you....when does school start kid? Your lack of writing skill and knowledge is showing.
STL didn't want the Browns, because the Cardinals were a much better team. Just like Boston didn't want the Braves because the Red Sox were a much better team. Back then the MLB market was only out east and in the mid west. So there were allot of other city's who had 2 teams and really only could support one such as Boston and Philly So I guess that's 2 suckey pieces of poo you guys got there with the Cleveland and STL. Browns lol.

PS>
I bet you also didn't know that the Washington Bullets (now the Wizards) used to be in Baltimore. But since that move was only like an hour away, I guess it wasn't even really a move.

And the only reason why Indiana doesn't have an MLB team is because the Reds made a law that states no MLB team can be with in 100 miles of Cinci.
GHT

Portland, OR

#52 Aug 25, 2008
18andDONEwihtoutCHEATING wrote:
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Well, like it or not the Yankees move to N.Y. was no different then the Colts move to Indy.
totally different. Not even the same. No owner was shopping the team around to the highest bidder. Not even close and the times were different too. The Colts were more beloved than basically a minor leage Highlanders team.
18andDONEwihtout CHEATING

Utica, KY

#54 Aug 25, 2008
Going back to my prev. post. Correction 200 miles from cinci. And the reason Indiana can't have an NHL team is because the Chicago Black Hawks have the exact same rule. That's why the state of Wisconsin has never had an NHL teams and the city of Cleveland has.
But either way GHT, I thought you might find this interesting:
http://www.fannation.com/truth_and_rumors/vie...
http://www.wnst.net/WNSTBaltimoreSportsRadio/...
http://www.yurasko.net/wfy/2008/07/possible-n...

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