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Clarifying the Question: Sean Salisbury Walks!!!

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Why is it a loser of an ex quarterback like Salisbury thinks he knows so much about football anyway. He sucked, his teams sucked, and is predictions have sucked. Talk about a loser! Fire that loser ESPN, he doesn't know what he is talking about. Do us all a favor please.

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Why is it a loser of an ex quarterback like Salisbury thinks he knows so much about football anyway. He sucked, his teams sucked, and is predictions have sucked. Talk about a loser! Fire that loser ESPN, he doesn't know what he is talking about. Do us all a favor please.

Yeah, I don't get the guy. He acts like he knows what he's talking about, but the end results usually prove him wrong.

What really got me was a couple years ago, he was on Dan Patrick show and he said he'd like to get into coaching. Shortly after that, Dennis Green got the Cardinals job. Green offered him the Qbs coaching job and he chickened out. All talk, no brains. :rolleyes:

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Do you really think that he would keep his word?

not really and i don't expect him to. it was one of those, "i'll eat my hat" kinda bets. it would probably take at least 2 weeks to a month to do.

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Salisbury's e-mail

info@seansalisburyonline.com

Sent mine:

"It is my understanding that on or about September 6, 2005, on the ESPN2 show "Quite Frankly," in response to a Joe Theismann prediction that the Washington Redskins would make the playoffs this NFL season, you pledged to walk from Bristol, Connecticut to Washington, D.C. if the same occurred. As the Redskins are now preparing for their first game in said playoffs, I would greatly appreciate it if at your earliest convenience you could advise as to when you will be fulfilling your afore-mentioned promise. Thank you."

:)

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Realistically, Salisbury (that infidel) would never walk to DC. But this would make a HILARIOUS ESPN tv commercial... Where's my agent!!

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Joe Theisman actually mentioned it in the Washington Post last week before the Philly game:

The Redskins can make the playoffs with a win Sunday. Theismann, who watched the Redskins go from 5-6 to a win from a playoff team, says now he isn't the one who is crazy.

"Sean Salisbury said if it happened, he would walk from Dallas to New York, or something like that," Theismann said of his fellow ESPN analyst.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/12/28/AR2005122801331.html

But he then said "Let me tell you: That's something I don't want to see."

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Email sent. I just loves feeding nay-sayers a good ole helping of CROW!! :D

:bucsuck: :bucsuck: :bucsuck: :bucsuck:

:dallasuck :eaglesuck :gaintsuck

Justin

aka UltimateSkinsFan

(Proud son of a WWII ETO Vet)

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I asked Bang yesterday on his READ ME thread, and I he didn't answer me, so I would say no. The good news is that his toon has generated in excess of 1400 e-mails to our buddy Sean as of this morning.

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He's probably going to try to wait it out and see if everybody forgets about it. Theismann should bring it up on the air, lol. Salisbury is such a tool, he deserves it.

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