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1 hour ago, Gopackgonerd said:

No you're right thats still good, I just had a feeling for some reason he was gonna pick off a lot of balls even for a rookie kinda like Hayward did in his rookie year with us.

I live for interceptions.  There was no greater times as a fan for me personally than the years we had Sharper, Woodson and/or Collins.

I became an NFL fan because of a Darren Sharper interception.

My fandom went from light to what it is now because of a Darren Sharper pick six against the Dolphins.

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2 hours ago, Outpost31 said:

I live for interceptions.  There was no greater times as a fan for me personally than the years we had Sharper, Woodson and/or Collins.

I became an NFL fan because of a Darren Sharper interception.

My fandom went from light to what it is now because of a Darren Sharper pick six against the Dolphins.

I'm sad we've only had 4 pick six's in the last 5 years, and all of them aren't even on the team anymore. 

Damarious Randall: 2

Breeland: 1

Quieten Rollins: 1

and going back 6 years Julius Peppers had 2 of them lol.

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31 minutes ago, Gopackgonerd said:

I'm sad we've only had 4 pick six's in the last 5 years, and all of them aren't even on the team anymore. 

Damarious Randall: 2

Breeland: 1

Quieten Rollins: 1

and going back 6 years Julius Peppers had 2 of them lol.

There is no play in football more beautiful than a pick six.  None.  Period.  Only thing that’s ever come close has been Clay ripping the ball out of Peterson’s hands and taking it back.  
 

Favorite play in football history is Nick’s pick six in the Super Bowl.  

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2 minutes ago, Outpost31 said:

There is no play in football more beautiful than a pick six.  None.  Period.  Only thing that’s ever come close has been Clay ripping the ball out of Peterson’s hands and taking it back.  
 

Favorite play in football history is Nick’s pick six in the Super Bowl.  

Tramon, Raji, and Collins the greatest streak of pick sixes in a super bowl run tbh.

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2 hours ago, Outpost31 said:

I live for interceptions.  There was no greater times as a fan for me personally than the years we had Sharper, Woodson and/or Collins.

I became an NFL fan because of a Darren Sharper interception.

My fandom went from light to what it is now because of a Darren Sharper pick six against the Dolphins.

Easy my favorite part as well. Taking things away is so satisfying, getting an int edges out a sack on my personal gratification scale. Playing corner is what got me addicted to FB.

35 minutes ago, Gopackgonerd said:

I'm sad we've only had 4 pick six's in the last 5 years, and all of them aren't even on the team anymore. 

Damarious Randall: 2

Breeland: 1

Quieten Rollins: 1

and going back 6 years Julius Peppers had 2 of them lol.

I feel like Jaire needs to get his hands on a few. Hes got the nose for returns.  

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I’ll say a good strip sack edges out a pick for me. Also maybe a safety. I love the novelty of a safety.
 

Also I might just be a weirdo but I’m always rooting for a tie whenever other teams go into overtime unless I hate one of them. just because it’s rare and weird

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Yeah, a good strip fumble, for me is my favorite. I used to have a guilty pleasure watching Bears games just to see Peanut Tillman punching balls out. I wanted them to lose sure, but he was the best at that move.

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On 2/18/2020 at 9:38 PM, Outpost31 said:

There is no play in football more beautiful than a pick six.  None.  Period.  Only thing that’s ever come close has been Clay ripping the ball out of Peterson’s hands and taking it back.  
 

Favorite play in football history is Nick’s pick six in the Super Bowl.  

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