If you any of you get Showtime definitely watch Inside the NFL whenever it re-airs over the next couple of days. They had a nice long highlight package with all the mic'd up stuff from the Jet game. My favorite was Rex before Nate's third miss: "He's missed two already, three strikes and you're out homeboy!"
That really is an awesome video. I also find it funny/awesome that Rex knows his place isn't the offensive side of the ball, so his offensive coaching appears to be pointing to the end zone and yelling "ATTACK."
If you haven't seen this show before, definitely watch, it's amazing stuff.
Brandon Siler "They can't run on us" :rotfl:[/QUOTE]
Watching it now, GREAT stuff. I love these better than full games or highlights.
[QUOTE=Buzzsaw;3471214]@ 2:47 Chargers player "Hey, wrap up, 23 in the game, wrap up, 23 in the game"
Edited: This was a reference to how tough it is to tackle Shonn Greene for those that can't watch.[/QUOTE]
This was foreshadowing at it's finest...Cromartie, ya listenin'??? :yes:
[QUOTE=SyracuseJet;3471232]I think I may cry. Awesome stuff![/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=VinnieTheLush;3471297]I still got chills up my spine and almost tear up when I hear Rex say "3 home teams advance, and the F*#*#*#% Jets!"[/QUOTE]
Not like I'm some big bad tough guy, but more of an old softie. After last week and moving into this week with all of our dreams and aspirations and highlight videos and press conferences, I've turned into a COMPLETE P*SSY, choking up at every thought of this team taking home the Lombardi trophy.
Oh yeah, one more thing...I do believe this angle (at the 2:35 mark) illustrates that Rhodes DID in fact have a shot at the Rivers fumble but chose to celebrate and pose instead. :steamin:
"Tell Shonn Greene to get his f*cking pads down and ground/cram it." -- Brian Schottenheimer
Don't know exactly what he said, but it was badass...
It's also funny Phillips is talking about us talking trash when throughout the video all you hear are Chargers players running their mouth, even as we're about to blow them off the ball to win the game.