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A quick heads-up for those interested, I just caught a quick blerb on NFL AM on my way out the door this morning that Bobby Wagner will be on NFLN 7pm Eastern/4pm Pacific. I won't be home yet and didn't have time to set the DVR.

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He was on NFL AM this morning as well:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-am/0ap200 ... son-s-play

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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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Never understood why players give other teams locker room material. He said something like we should be able to overtake the Niners next year. Someone please give him the players book of etiquette on how to answer loaded questions.


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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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Never understood why players give other teams locker room material. He said something like we should be able to overtake the Niners next year. Someone please give him the players book of etiquette on how to answer loaded questions.


So you'd rather him say "I don't think we should be able to win the division"? :roll:

I've never understood why people give credence to the "locker room material" thing in the NFL. It's not like they need more motivation.

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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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Never understood why players give other teams locker room material. He said something like we should be able to overtake the Niners next year. Someone please give him the players book of etiquette on how to answer loaded questions.


uh oh, now the 49ers will want to beat us next year


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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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There really isn't anything else that could be said at this point to make this rivalry more heated than it is. I mean, come on, Harbaugh's wife is already on tape saying she hates the Seahawks. When the hate has spread to significant others, you've basically reached the saturation point.


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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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FlyingGreg wrote:
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Never understood why players give other teams locker room material. He said something like we should be able to overtake the Niners next year. Someone please give him the players book of etiquette on how to answer loaded questions.


So you'd rather him say "I don't think we should be able to win the division"? :roll:



You act like those are the only two options.


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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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Dang, way to go Wagner, having confidence in your team. You just made everyone want to beat the Hawks. :sarcasm_off:

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seabowl wrote:
Never understood why players give other teams locker room material. He said something like we should be able to overtake the Niners next year. Someone please give him the players book of etiquette on how to answer loaded questions.


So you'd rather him say "I don't think we should be able to win the division"? :roll:



You act like those are the only two options.



Wagner clearly does not appear to be a blowhard. Belief in one's self and teamates can hardly be construed as talking ****.

If the Whiners (or their significant others) don't like it, tough noogies...


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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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I have mutual friends with Wagner. After the Atlanta loss he sat alone, silent, in solitude for a number of hours. Even carrying over to the next few days. Dude cares more than any of the Hawks teams from the 90's, combined.

He can say whatever he wants.


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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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PlinytheCenter wrote:
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Wagner clearly does not appear to be a blowhard. Belief in one's self and teamates can hardly be construed as talking ****.

If the Whiners (or their significant others) don't like it, tough noogies...



Not what I'm saying, just pointing out that was a stupid post to suggest there was only a single alternative. People create these false dichotomies a lot on this forum. not really sure why.


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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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thats completely silly trying to say that a player saying they are going to do what they are expected to do next season should be construed as bulletin board material.. assenine even... i could see if he had said something like the niners suck i own them i am going to absolutely destroy them.. frank gore runs like a hobbit being chased by a troll... kaepernick looks like squidworth from spongebob n will soon be back to flippin crabby patties.. that stuff could be used as "bulletin board material" but everyone says "yeah were gona overtake the team that one the division the year before and win it next year" just like the niners are gona be saying "yeah we can hold the seahawks off next year were going back to the superbowl after we win the division" silly.


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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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Never understood why players give other teams locker room material. He said something like we should be able to overtake the Niners next year. Someone please give him the players book of etiquette on how to answer loaded questions.


uh oh, now the 49ers will want to beat us next year



I know, it's not like the beatdown we gave them didn't motivate them. Bobby should have said "I'm going to personally be the Kapp stopper for the next 10 years, I own him."


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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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I don't think that a player could say anything to fuel the Hawks/Niners rivalry. They get up to play the Niners and give them the business.

Wagner is nothing short of a stud, he is young, smart and very gifted physically. Watching him play on TV doesn't do it justice. I made a point of watching him specifically during the GB and SF games. He is taking on dudes constantly and appears to be very strong with wheels. Most impressive.

Again.. This team is as legit as one can get and they are just kids. Wagner is going to be a very big name by the end of the season next year.

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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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Just caught the replay. Another good, young... really young well spoken, respectful and nicely dressed kid in the national spotlight representing our Hawks.

Getting me excited to see who the next gems are that Schneider pulls out of the draft this year...

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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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khc17 wrote:
seabowl wrote:
Never understood why players give other teams locker room material. He said something like we should be able to overtake the Niners next year. Someone please give him the players book of etiquette on how to answer loaded questions.


uh oh, now the 49ers will want to beat us next year



Shhhh! Maybe they won't notice!


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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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Great interview. He's a man of small words and conducted that interview very well. I see a great future with him leading the defense.


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khc17 wrote:
seabowl wrote:
Never understood why players give other teams locker room material. He said something like we should be able to overtake the Niners next year. Someone please give him the players book of etiquette on how to answer loaded questions.

uh oh, now the 49ers will want to beat us next year

Brilliant 2nd post! (or 1st. whatever.)


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 Post subject: Re: Bobby Wagner on NFLN
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He said all the right things as far as I'm concerned. Very focused and exuded confidence. Exactly how Baldwin was right before we laid that ass whooping on the 9ers.

"put our hands in the air like Harbaugh's squealing can't hold us" :mrgreen: :0190l:


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I heard it on NFL radio, and I love Bobby, but he needs to work on his "you knows" that he says in between every sentance.


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I heard it on NFL radio, and I love Bobby, but he needs to work on his "you knows" that he says in between every sentance.


Come on now... guys only 22 years old, one of his first featured national tv appearances in prime time and with the realization that millions of eyes are gazing at him, it was obvious he was a tad nervous... What the f*** do you expect? A seasoned professional interviewee/public speaker right out of the box??

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I heard it on NFL radio, and I love Bobby, but he needs to work on his "you knows" that he says in between every sentance.


Come on now... guys only 22 years old, one of his first featured national tv appearances in prime time and with the realization that millions of eyes are gazing at him, it was obvious he was a tad nervous... What the f*** do you expect? A seasoned professional interviewee/public speaker right out of the box??


Shaun Alexander couldn't get the "you knows" under control even after 5 years in the league.

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I heard it on NFL radio, and I love Bobby, but he needs to work on his "you knows" that he says in between every sentance.


Uggh. Why does he "need" to? It's how he talks. We won't give you grief for spelling sentence wrong, so let Bobby have his "you knows".

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Nobody was worse than Shaun Alexander at "you know"s. It was almost as if he was trying to break a record every time he talked.


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I mean if we're gonna compare, and I mean NO disrespect to the best QB in the league, but I'd rather hold a conversation with B Wagz than Russell Wilson.

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Because before he said this.. The rest of the division didn't want to win the games against our team.. Good job Wagner, now the other teams in the division want a win!!!!!

Bulletin board material isn't needed for games.. No one is saying, now we really need to beat the Seahawks because Wagner said they were going to win the division..


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I love that Bobby has no fear in him. This is an extremely confident team. Oh no the media guy is trying to get me to say something for the other teams to see, wait, I don't give a S+^*, yea man, I do believe we're a superbowl team because we're all extremely talented.

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I heard it on NFL radio, and I love Bobby, but he needs to work on his "you knows" that he says in between every sentance.


Uggh. Why does he "need" to? It's how he talks. We won't give you grief for spelling sentence wrong, so let Bobby have his "you knows".

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as long as he's not saying the "you knows" like Rod Tidwell, who cares :mrgreen:

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Never understood why players give other teams locker room material. He said something like we should be able to overtake the Niners next year. Someone please give him the players book of etiquette on how to answer loaded questions.


So you'd rather him say "I don't think we should be able to win the division"? :roll:

I've never understood why people give credence to the "locker room material" thing in the NFL. It's not like they need more motivation.


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TJH wrote:
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Never understood why players give other teams locker room material. He said something like we should be able to overtake the Niners next year. Someone please give him the players book of etiquette on how to answer loaded questions.


So you'd rather him say "I don't think we should be able to win the division"? :roll:



You act like those are the only two options.


The other option is to dodge the question.. Honestly though, who cares what he says? Wagner was being himself, you have to respect him for that. He believes in this team. That's good to hear.

I doubt the 49ers are going to be sitting in the locker room come next season's first game against them, and one of their players will stand up and say,

"Remember when that fool Bobby Wagner was talking some SERIOUS S--T about us back in February?!"

Rest of team: "Yeah, I remember that! Oh hell no he didn't! This s--t just got real!"

Random Niner: "That's right! Before we had a rivalry, but now that Wagner be trash talking. S--t just got personal!"

The 49ers then end up beating the Seahawks 49-0. All because Bobby Wagner doesn't know how to answer questions.

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Sherman will give them all the material they can handle. Wagner's comments will be long forgotten once someone interviews Sherman and give him a good opportunity to comment on the 9rs. And, as long as it's funny and not too personal, most will love it.

I could see him playing those 2 games with temporary tattoos so he could kiss them after his pick 6s.


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I don't think that a player could say anything to fuel the Hawks/Niners rivalry. They get up to play the Niners and give them the business.

Wagner is nothing short of a stud, he is young, smart and very gifted physically. Watching him play on TV doesn't do it justice. I made a point of watching him specifically during the GB and SF games. He is taking on dudes constantly and appears to be very strong with wheels. Most impressive.

Again.. This team is as legit as one can get and they are just kids. Wagner is going to be a very big name by the end of the season next year.


One of the things which immediately stuck out to me was the fact that he could stand up to offensive guards blocking him without getting blown up at the point of attack. There are not many 4-3 MLBs who can handle a steady diet of offensive linemen hitting them.

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Never understood why players give other teams locker room material. He said something like we should be able to overtake the Niners next year. Someone please give him the players book of etiquette on how to answer loaded questions.


So you'd rather him say "I don't think we should be able to win the division"? :roll:



You act like those are the only two options.


There is NOTHING that Wagner said that was inflammatory. He said he thinks Seattle can overtake them. That's not Locker Room material. If he's said-- The WHINNERS suck and were going to roll them this year, than that's a different story.

There's nothing wrong with showing (quiet) confidence in one's self and team.

I thought his comments were quite tame, bordering on boring.


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