Briggs, Urlacher show little sympathy for QB

Lance Briggs was aware of the chatter from inside the Panthers' locker room regarding his hit on quarterback Jake Delhomme in the third quarter Sunday. Full Story
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kathey dunn

Batesville, AR

#1 Sep 16, 2008
football is a joke these days, penalties every other play, players dancing looking like fools, play reviews, time outs..etc. I remember when football used to be football, anyone remember Vince Lombardi. Now players tell the coach what to do, well why not they make more money, what a joke.
frustrated cta rider

Lake Forest, IL

#3 Sep 16, 2008
yep...and the running of the mouths..."I told him to get off the field" well overrated tough guy...he told you with his actions-to go home with your cheap head shot and staple an L to your forehead...
Oak Park Lefty

Edmond, OK

#4 Sep 16, 2008
Watching the game on a big screen in a sports bar in Dallas with my son Sunday I mused "where else can you get away with using the "f" word on network TV?" Jake's a little spoiled brat who happened to take his team out of the playoffs with his lousy play. Lance, too bad you didn't cold cocked him!
MDK

Mount Pleasant, SC

#5 Sep 16, 2008
That's about the best thing that happened on Sunday.
action mode jesus

United States

#6 Sep 16, 2008
Jake Delhomme argued all day with the refees on calls against Panthers. When things didn't go his way, he whinned . When he got hit he cried. That hit was clean and if can't take the pressure, get off the field. As for remembering Vince Lombardi, I'm forty years old, not a hundred. Some of them old timers can barely walk anymor with all the injuries they sustained through out the years. The only time you hear about a hero is when his dead.
Jonathan Edwards

Munster, IN

#7 Sep 16, 2008
What poor sportsmanship! What's the appeal of watching freaks run into one another, beyond the obvious homoerotic titilation?
spaghetti stain

Round Lake, IL

#8 Sep 16, 2008
"I don't know, I just felt like hitting somebody" - Brandon McGowan

LMFAO.. and I'm still dying over this... hahahahahha that's just awesome! He needs more playing time.

hahhahaaa.
Mike

Chicago, IL

#9 Sep 16, 2008
Jonathan Edwards wrote:
What poor sportsmanship! What's the appeal of watching freaks run into one another, beyond the obvious homoerotic titilation?
Seriously? I'm gay and that doesn't even make sense.
saralee

Chicago, IL

#10 Sep 16, 2008
This Urhlacher is nothing but a giant bully who happens to abuse women! Can't there be better role models than this nightmare?
James

Chicago, IL

#11 Sep 16, 2008
kathey dunn wrote:
football is a joke these days, penalties every other play, players dancing looking like fools, play reviews, time outs..etc. I remember when football used to be football, anyone remember Vince Lombardi. Now players tell the coach what to do, well why not they make more money, what a joke.
Well said Kathey...I am tired of the fools jumping around for making a tackle. I want to see some football, real football not this over paid nonsense the sport has become.
HA HA PANTHERS WIN

Charlotte, NC

#12 Sep 16, 2008
It's ok ulacher, i guess all you can do is talk trash since stewart ran over and through you guys all second half. i got an idea, how bout you guys get a QB that has heart like jake and maybe you can back up all that tough talk!.
nukin futz

Oswego, IL

#13 Sep 16, 2008
kathey dunn wrote:
football is a joke these days, penalties every other play, players dancing looking like fools, play reviews, time outs..etc. I remember when football used to be football, anyone remember Vince Lombardi. Now players tell the coach what to do, well why not they make more money, what a joke.
bunch of overpaid obnoxious and in many cases...criminals playing that game now anyway...congratz to the rap and gangsta lifestyle and it being all about me that has infiltrated its way into the game nowadays....imagine bradshaw or staubach thumping their chest and pointing at the number on their jersey when they made a play that they were paying paid to make?? such as completing a pass or handing off successfully? what a joke..
HA HA PANTHERS WIN

Charlotte, NC

#14 Sep 16, 2008
Oh and thanks for that lop sided trade you made with us for Chris Harris. He is a beast on our defense ( which is better than yours by the way ) just ask greg olsen how hard he hits.!
Jason

Chicago, IL

#15 Sep 16, 2008
just because there was no flag doesn't make it a clean hit. Refs make mistakes all the time -- just look to the Denver game for proof of that. So don't hide behind the lack of a flag to cover up your dirty play.
jon reva

Elgin, IL

#16 Sep 16, 2008
Most of professional sports has become more like the WWE, formerly the WWF. I have been saying this would happen for years and it finally has. The expectation many times more often than not, exceeds the reality. With all the beer though, it probably doesn't matter. Delhomme had his say about it, he beat them! Although, it looked like Briggs launched before Delhomme started his slide.
nukin futz

Oswego, IL

#17 Sep 16, 2008
HA HA PANTHERS WIN wrote:
Oh and thanks for that lop sided trade you made with us for Chris Harris. He is a beast on our defense ( which is better than yours by the way ) just ask greg olsen how hard he hits.!
could also ask harris about his lack of coverage on reggie wayne getting faked out of his shoes on that 3rd down in the super bowl while he was with the bears too..
Rich

Lynchburg, VA

#18 Sep 16, 2008
Go Redskins
Panthersfreak

Wilmington, NC

#19 Sep 16, 2008
He might have gotten faked out of his shoes with yall...but he is knockin people out of thiers for us. When Jake fired the team up it was over for yall.
TOM SLICK

Chicago, IL

#20 Sep 16, 2008
saralee wrote:
This Urhlacher is nothing but a giant bully who happens to abuse women! Can't there be better role models than this nightmare?
He is a role model for his children and you people need to be a role model for yours, since he's not with your children day in and day out. Grow up, that's the problem in this country. You want your kids to look up to someone on tv instead of looking up to their parents. That's sad. Athletes and movies stars can be an idol, but not a role model.
richard in Miami

United States

#21 Sep 16, 2008
I cant thank your shit bag player enough for hitting BIG JAKE like he did. It provided our team with the spark we needed to win the ball game. Yes JAKE does raise hell at the refs because he wants to win more than anybody on the field!

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