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    Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    I was reading this weeks Sporting News and guess who was one top of the list of the "NFL Dirtiest Player". Rodney Harrison. Number 2 was our boy Richie Incognito. Harrison received the majority votes but Richie was second out of 10.


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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    Hey Wraith,

    Does the article mention who voted?

    NFL players? Fans? Coaches? Sportswriters?

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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    109 NFL players

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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    You guys sound almost surprised. Or maybe your surprised we made the top of any list. Either way I can't stand Richie Incognito. He's overrated and doesn't have his head on straight.

    I've kinda blocked out last season for the most part, but I do remember his fat ass costing us a lot of penalties because he started to swing a knife at someone.

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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    Quote Originally Posted by btimsah View Post
    You guys sound almost surprised. Or maybe your surprised we made the top of any list. Either way I can't stand Richie Incognito. He's overrated and doesn't have his head on straight.

    I've kinda blocked out last season for the most part, but I do remember his fat ass costing us a lot of penalties because he started to swing a knife at someone.
    It wouldn't be because he's from Nebraska, would it?


    I say, get his butt out on the field as much as possible. It's about time a Ram players was deemed "dirty", and not "nice.
    Faithful Rams fan since 1968

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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    Interesting...the dirtiest player and the mouthiest player are one in the same.

    Also, Richie isn't like Bob Brown of the Eagles, then Rams....he used to sharpen the buckles on his helmet to razor sharpness so that the defensive player's hands would get all cut up.
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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    a lot of my favourite Rams past and present have been drafted out of Nebraska(apart from larry p of course!)

    Toby Wright,Wistrom,AC,Richie....

    one thing they have in common( again apart from Larry P) they put their bodies on the line for the team!

    even with a fully fit O-line including Pace,the rock of our line is Richie,pansies play baseball not football!

    keep cracking heads richie!

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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    Where was Roy "horse collar" Williams on that list?

    I like the fact that we have RI on our team. Hopefully his intesity is catchy.
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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    Just because he's nasty and dirty doesnt mean he's any good though. That's kinda my focus.

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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaRam View Post
    Interesting...the dirtiest player and the mouthiest player are one in the same.

    Also, Richie isn't like Bob Brown of the Eagles, then Rams....he used to sharpen the buckles on his helmet to razor sharpness so that the defensive player's hands would get all cut up.
    is that the guy mentioned in "Headslap" Deacons biog?

    i remember reading about a player doing that when lining up against Deacon and he just carried on "headslapping" regardless....is a while since i read the book but i know bob brown is memtioned in the book,maybe just about his time with Rams tho...

    now a dirty player i have hated for a few years is Okeafor the "journeyman" DE..i think it was in a game for Seahawks...in a game about 4 years back maybe a lil more...Marshall makes a small gain,say 6 yards then hes tackled by Okeafor and another player...as they on the floor waiting to get up from under pile..Okeafer is seen grabbing the lower part of Faulks leg and is trying to bend it until it breaks...thankfully he got out of it...he did try damn hard to break it tho and it seemed to last for about 12 seconds maybe more.....guess what we got? jack sh*t! was a player on the "sweaky clean squawks" !


    now this is back to the point about Richie ... the dirty players on D do their stuff and try to injure players usually smaller than them,Richie looks out for this and stands up for his smaller buddies,will take penalties over the "skilled" players of our team having short careers!

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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    Richie didn't even play that much this year due to injury.
    Richard Seymour will be moving up that list I bet with all this stuff coming out now about him playing dirty.

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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    Atta boy, Richie. He's barely even played while he's been in the league and has already made an imprint. I'm gonna love hearing about (and hopefully watching) the training camp battles between Richie and Carriker for years to come.

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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    Quote Originally Posted by btimsah View Post
    Just because he's nasty and dirty doesnt mean he's any good though. That's kinda my focus.
    ok,your focus noted


    my view is that of our entire group of players on the O-Line Richie is our future...apart from a full fit Pace he is our Number one lineman!
    ive seen plenty of penalties on players who have gone head to head against richie in the trenches aswell...Kevin Williams for the Vikes as one example...

    trenches historical arent where the faint hearted last very long,sure its rough and dirty in there,just like a good trench should be!:r

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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    I like his mean streak on the field so long as it don't cause to many penalties. Its good if he can get underneath the other teams skin. I have viewed him as good in the games I have seen him play.

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    Re: Ingognito NFL dirtiest player??

    would be interesting to see the stats for what weve done with him on the field since hes been here...how many times MB has been sacked how many yards rushing SJ..etc... as opposed to when he`s been out.


    his game isn`t complete by any means but i love a lot of what i see in his game(and as a fan of the in your face side to football) its good to have another hero....been a while...

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