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IrishGreen


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 1:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

checking in


when he comes to milwaukee area next, scotch and dinner on me



and then back to my place


wait wot


wut



wu
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 1:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

IrishGreen wrote:
checking in


when he comes to milwaukee area next, scotch and dinner on me



and then back to my place


wait wot


wut



wu


Inviting him over to pick up broads, right?
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 1:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

sp6488 wrote:
IrishGreen wrote:
checking in


when he comes to milwaukee area next, scotch and dinner on me



and then back to my place


wait wot


wut



wu


Inviting him over to pick up broads, right?


there will be none left for me Sad
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 2:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

IrishGreen wrote:
sp6488 wrote:
IrishGreen wrote:
checking in


when he comes to milwaukee area next, scotch and dinner on me



and then back to my place


wait wot


wut



wu


Inviting him over to pick up broads, right?


there will be none left for me Sad


Fair point. You have a shot if a girl isn't into dr. Pepper.
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look at us, always scratching each other's backs. What a wonderful thing we have going. I hope we never have to play u in the Owl
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 2:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I already ordered my Justin Tucker jersey tonight after that game. YUP! Cool
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IrishGreen wrote:
checking in


when he comes to milwaukee area next, scotch and dinner on me



and then back to my place


wait wot


wut



wu
I'm in Milwaukee, does this apply?
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 12:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

sp6488 wrote:
IrishGreen wrote:
sp6488 wrote:
IrishGreen wrote:
checking in


when he comes to milwaukee area next, scotch and dinner on me



and then back to my place


wait wot


wut



wu


Inviting him over to pick up broads, right?


there will be none left for me Sad


Fair point. You have a shot if a girl isn't into dr. Pepper.


Justin Tucker got engaged a few weeks ago. That's one lucky girl Cool
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Torrey Smith ‏@TorreySmithWR 5m
RT @Brut23: @TorreySmithWR how's it feel to witness Tucker become a superstar on MNF?...he has been a star that was for the bandwagoners


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nevermore wrote:
Torrey Smith ‏@TorreySmithWR 5m
RT @Brut23: @TorreySmithWR how's it feel to witness Tucker become a superstar on MNF?...he has been a star that was for the bandwagoners



Torrey's tweets are so awesome
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Tucker got like a 7 minute segment to open sportscenter today. Cool

Clearly helps that he's so likeable in the interviews.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 8:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

For the record, I never STOPPED appreciating him... from his first tryout in rookie minicamp. It was clear to me that our only hope for success was for J. Tucker to NOT die.

So while, I was called out for "hyping" him up based on nothing ("one 55 yd kick")... I'll definitely take credit for introducing Tucker to this forum. And that kick against Texas A&M still gives me chills.

THAT was a HUGE and incredible CLUTCH kick. You're talking hated rivals with 100+ games of history. You're talking your team needing the field goal to win, especially with the media pounding that Texas squad for struggling unlike some of the Texas teams of the yester-seasons, you're talking being iced by the opposing head coach to make you nervous... And Tucker has all that weight on his back and he just goes out there calmly, cross on the chest, and nails the kick to send the stadium into an uproar of craziness.

That's clutch kicking at it's finest. I saw that and no doubt in my mind that he could fill in for an AFCCG clutch kick and have the balls to not screw it up.

Tucker was the most important UDFA for our team to succeed and with him in tow, we won a Super Bowl and are in position to once again make the playoffs.

If I was hyping Tucker in that thread (which I wasn't) it was because I understood the true value and importance of a reliable and clutch kicker. If not for Stover, we don't make the playoffs in 00, let alone put that fantastic defense on display to be considered one of the GOAT defenses and we don't have a SB ring.

Tucker's clutch kicking ability is an asset that this team needed to get to the promised land and back again... so for our sake J Tucker couldn't, and hasn't, died. In fact, he's lived like a boss. Cool
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 9:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

After that Lions game I'm seriously debating between the Smith sig... or my sig from last year of Tucker...


And how about some Tucker history via that epic rookie kicker thread from last year in comparisons...
diamondbull424 wrote:
Flaccomania wrote:
jrry32 wrote:
diamondbull424 wrote:
jrry32 wrote:
vikingsrule wrote:
jrry32 wrote:
Well, when the kicker kicks a squib or a pooch kick, you can normally tell.


Right. However, what if a pooch or squib kick was simply the kicker completely whiffing on a kick. Even in that circumstance, its not always certain that a squib or pooch was intentional. Walsh hasnt had this situation yet and I cant comment on the other kickers if they have.

Of Walsh's eleven kickoffs, four kickoffs were returned. Three returners made it within the 20 yard line and one returner made it to the 23. If Zurlein or Tucker purposely had a squib or pooch kick, factor it in but Walsh hasnt.

Nevertheless, having a strong % of TBs, being perfect for FGs and kicking two clutch FGs to win or tie a game, Walsh has a very strong argument.


And Zuerlein has a strong argument because he's just plain better. Laughing

And Tucker has a strong argument because he's gonna Tuck. Only two things in life are certain: Haters gonna hate and Tucker's gonna tuck. Wink


2. Lame. Should have a cooler nickname like Young GZ or Greg the Leg.


Justin Tucker Must NOT Die

Tuck Yeah

Tuck-9

(I'm not very creative Sad 1. But props to db24 on the first one, he called for Tucker months ago when he was first signed).

1. Well to be fair he was IMO our only hope at that point... and he hasn't disappointed. Billy Cundiff was a fraud and we needed to move on. Tucker had the track record that looked like he could be a solution and I'm glad that in the end, we made the best choice.

2. In terms of nicknames... Young GZ and Greg the Leg = corny... Tucker is above corny nicknames. Tucker transcends mere names... Tucker will launch himself into the realm of verbs... you know, action words... as in Young GZ hit a game winner, Greg the Leg hit a game winner, but Ravens win by a game winning FG... congratulations, you've just been Tuck'd.

And if Tucker was to have a corny nickname, it'd be the most awesome corny nickname in placekicker history, he'd be nicknamed "King Tuck- The Destroyer". No team has ever lived to see his leg and survive... except the Eagles... because they can fly... and Sir Tucksalot is a fan of flying creatures everywhere, so he chooses not to harm them... the ladies love this about him. Hence the following:

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