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Old 11-07-2004, 12:55 PM   #91
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I can't believe they football with a helmet!


yea those pansies...

3/4rs of the NFL's quarterbacks have concuscion problems with helmets.

american football is much different than rugby or australian rules football or whatever else ya wanna compare it to... the players are bigger, stronger and faster... if they played without helmets, at least a handful of players would die every season.
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Old 11-07-2004, 12:58 PM   #92
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back to reality...

willis mcgahee is a stud.

and why in the bluest of blue hells does herm edwards take pennington out of the game for quincy carter with 6 minutes left and only down 10?
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Ben Roethlisburger in 5 years = Dan Marino

Bet on it.
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don't be sleepin' on carolina...
Panthers are happy the Dolphins are currently regarded as the worst team in the NFL right now, they get to battle the 49ers next Sunday to see who is #30 and who is #31.
I can see the chants from Charlotte if they win..."We're #30, We're #30!"
They're problem is they treated a preseason game vs Team Dynasty as a Superbowl rematch, got so revved up and happy they won against practice squadders that they forgot to come out and play the regular season.
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Ben Roethlisburger in 5 years = Dan Marino

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Since Disco Dan never won a Superbowl, I might tend to agree here.
BTW...Cowher has told his players to reserve rooms in Jacksonville for SuperBowl week already.
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Panthers are happy the Dolphins are currently regarded as the worst team in the NFL right now, they get to battle the 49ers next Sunday to see who is #30 and who is #31.
I can see the chants from Charlotte if they win..."We're #30, We're #30!"
They're problem is they treated a preseason game vs Team Dynasty as a Superbowl rematch, got so revved up and happy they won against practice squadders that they forgot to come out and play the regular season.
bah stop bringing up quotes i made in week 1
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Ben Roethlisburger in 5 years = Dan Marino

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Roethlisberger isn't really a Marino type... he's more of a Favre/Elway type... big guy, tough as nails, athletic, mobile in the pocket.
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bah stop bringing up quotes i made in week 1
Sorry there Know-Stroh's-Dam-Us...but actually that was after week 2 you made that quote.
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Sorry there Know-Stroh's-Dam-Us...but actually that was after week 2 you made that quote.
meh... same difference
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time to play Eli...

Strahan and Washington are out for the season...
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The Giants are going to have to fight to keep a playoff spot now...
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In other news, Dave Wannstedt has retired.

http://www.nfl.com/
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This is where the Giants see if they developed any depth...a huge reason the Pats have been successful the past few years is depth, they've overcome lots of injuries, including not having their top 3 corners against the Lambs and using Troy Brown as a DB. The Giants should put Amani Toomer at DE.


As for Wannstedt, he should have been canned after the 2002 season and again last year, the Dolphins are an organization in disarray.
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it is amazing that in the era of the hard cap the pats have still been able to remain deep... kraft deserves a lot of credit.
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As do Belichick and Pioli.
Winning and treating your players well helps, some of the Pats could likely make a few more dollars elsewhere, but choose to stay and play here. Tedy Bruschi is a good example, negotiated his own deal without an agent, making good money but probably less than a free agent deal with another team would have netted him, but he said he likes where he's at, money is not the most important thing and he's happy. That attitude is fairly common in the Pats locker room, and the few who don't share it (Ted Washington) can seek more money and play for the hapless Raiders.
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