@08StanleyI know I'm not liked okay. I also know why I'm
not liked but I know you like me because you are trying to be me.
Bobby Wagner didnt play in the Super Bowl. Water isnt wet and i'm well
ruspected on here.
Stang0, if you can't see anything or hear anything (as you admit in your
posts above), how do you arrive at your opinions…by brail?
I can't imagine how miserable someone could be after predicting that Wagner
and Turbine wouldn't get drafted and then two years later see them standing
on the Championship podium holding the Super Bowl trophy. That has to be a low
point for an Aggie hater.
I don't know why an opinion is so controversial. Maybe because I said it
and all you aggies Manfred Man don't like to hear what I have to say. I
don't know anymore.
Saying Bobby Wagner didn't play in the Super Bowl is as untrue (and
ludicrous) as saying Marshawn Lynch or Peyton Manning or Percy Harvin or Wes
Welker didn't play in the Super Bowl. That shouldn't be controversial
to anybody because every one of those players played a major part in that game.
And Spokane Ute speaks the truth.
You guys make me laugh. Let me expand on my comment. The players who actually
played, the bench warmers, the coaches, the water boy, the doctors, the front
office staff you get the point, get rings. Doesn't mean they had anything
to do with the win. Maybe he did maybe he didn't. I just didn't hear
the name. Are we really going back to the Richard thing Ifel ofa-sofa? You
were showing such potential. I'm sure Richard whomever he may be agrees
with me. I'm willing to bet I know more than most. I never admitted I
didn't watch the game. I watched it from start to finish. Words are being
put in my mouth. I don't know the Seahawks but I know football. Manning
was mentioned because he played and he is Peyton Manning. I'm not.
Because Stang0 didn't hear Wagner's name he didn't play? Is he
serious? Recording 10 tackles is far more important than having your name said.
Ask Peyton Manning. His name was mentioned plenty! Thanks to Spokane Ute for
above..Stang0 has to be stunned by that info.
Bobby Wagner is an absolute stud. He led the best defense in the NFL in tackles
this season. He led this team in tackles (3 way tie) in the Super Bowl. He is
the heart and soul of the Seahawks defense. Anyone who says otherwise
doesn't know Wagner, doesn't know the Seahawks; and quite frankly
doesn't know football. The Hawks need to lock up Wagner for the long haul.
I rank the Seahawks as follows: Wilson, Sherman, Thomas, Chancellor, Wagner,
Richard shows his true colors again, looking for a way to disparage anything
AGGIE.I am wondering how much he really knows about football, given
the face that he stated:"He didn't play in the Super Bowl.
Not once from the starting kickoff to the end of the game was the name Bobby
Wagner ever mentioned. Am I the only one who noticed that?"You
just admitted to ALL that you didn't watch, or maybe pay attention to the
Superbowl. I am guessing that matches you attention to anything football... are
you just a headline reader?LOL
I didnt hear Wagners name, therefore he didn't play. And aggie super bowl
rings dont count cause I said so!!
I never said I didn't want to hear his name. Were any of you at Buffalo
Wild Wings that night? I think I saw a few of you. Guess what Ironmomo,
everyone on the winning team get's a ring. Even if they didn't play
in the game.
If you didn't hear Wagners name it was because you didn't want to hear
his name. It's understandable especially when you predicted that he
wouldn't get draftedWagner had 10 total tackles 5 of those were
unassisted. So I'm sure the announcers didn't say " hold on folks,
there's that #54 again, that unknown guy who just made another
tackle...give us a few minutes while we look up his name".Guess
what Stang...Wagner and Turbin both have Superbowl Championship rings.
I don't know his number because I'm not a Wagner or a Seahawks fan.
Still didn't hear his name. There is no issue because I didn't hear
his name or see him. @Manfred ManA little late. I
didn't see 54. Does it mean he didn't play? Of course not. But I
know I didn't see anything.
Wait... did Stang seriously try and argue Wagner didn't play in the Super
Bowl? Wagner has been a two-year starter for the Seahawks, his number is #54. In
fact, this very article points out Wagner had 10 tackles in the Super Bowl. Glad those former Aggies could bring home Super Bowl rings. And I'm
very glad our former lineman from Weber State could bring one home, too.
Check the game stats stang. And I watched the game 3 times, they did mentioned
him in on tackles. And not only that, they mentioned him from Utah State when he
made a tackle for a loss. Also, if you would know his # you would have seen it
many many times on assisted and solo tackles. So please leave this issue alone.
But one more thing, Turbin played the whole 4th quarter and several plays
earlier in the game. so check his stats also.
08StanleyImitation is the sincerest form of flattery, don't you
know that? I watched the game and only heard Turbin's name the last two
minutes of the game. Never heard Wagner's name. And I was in Aggie
country when I watched the game. I am the only one to notice that. @justafanAs I said a second ago I watched the whole game. The
only reason you thought it was great was because one aggie played the last two
minutes. The other aggie did not play. I know what I heard and I didn't
hear the name Bobby Wagner.
Stang08, you missed a great game. He lead the team with 10 tackles in the Super
Bowl. He was huge
Sour grapes! My bizarre anti-Aggie bias won't allow me to acknowledge Bobby
Wagner recorded 10 total tackles against the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl.
Great Seahawk, led the team in tackles. The Seahawks need to lock Wagner into a
long term deal. He's very valuable to the defense. He doesn't get the
press and hype like Sherman and Wilson do but Wagner can flat out play and is
the heart and soul of the best defense in the NFL. Bobby Wagner is a stud!
He didn't play in the Super Bowl. Not once from the starting kickoff to
the end of the game was the name Bobby Wagner ever mentioned. Am I the only one
who noticed that?
We love ya, Bobby! You do Aggie nation proud. Now go win another Super Bowl.