Something that came up in the game chat I hope sticks

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  • Throwdown wrote:lol I don't have a fro but i guess?


    Done and done :mrgreen:
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  • Wolfbadgerhawk. It's the new Manbearpig.
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  • Badgerhawk SB.
    Megahawk 5000.
    Five-Ten.
    Potless Honey Badger.
    SCHTOBQBs (Stop Comparing Him To Other Black QBs).

    These are all my suggestions :P.
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    I thought was nice
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  • KARAVARUS wrote:Dude, you can like it if you want. Don't listen to these goons. I've actually heard his teammates throw out the term in regards to him.



    Did KAVARARUS just call us Goons? and call him "dude"?

    Aww the shame of it all.

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  • Someone pointed out in one of these threads not long ago that we should just call him Russell Wilson. The truly great ones attach meaning to their own names. Tom Brady. Aaron Rodgers. Peyton Manning (although they started calling him the sheriff now???)

    Anyway, this guy looks bound for superstardom and he might be household name in 10 years.
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  • Mr.Clean is a household name.



    Russell Wilson isn't too bad a name, imo.
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  • BigMeach wrote:Nick names are for skill positions. QB's that become legends don't need them

    Good point, but there was also "Broadway Joe", and more recently "Mattie Ice", to name a few. Did Joe Montana have a nickname?
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  • CaptainSkybeard wrote:Someone pointed out in one of these threads not long ago that we should just call him Russell Wilson. The truly great ones attach meaning to their own names. Tom Brady. Aaron Rodgers. Peyton Manning (although they started calling him the sheriff now???)

    Anyway, this guy looks bound for superstardom and he might be household name in 10 years.


    Packers fans call him A-Rod. Because Packers fans are stupid.
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  • kearly wrote:Wolfbadgerhawk. It's the new Manbearpig.


    Hes one half wolf, one half badger, and one half hawk :0190l:

    But on the topic of the thread, your welcome to use it it you like of course. But as for sticking with the larger fanbase? dear sweet Beastmode no..
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