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Old 09-16-2007, 07:57 PM   #406
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Sprint...customer service?

I don't think so.

And the Lions BARELY beat the Vikings. The Lions are back to being the Lions.
or perhaps the vikings are back to being the vikings
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Old 09-16-2007, 08:00 PM   #407
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or perhaps the vikings are back to being the vikings
No one has come in here and said the Vikings were going to be good.

If the opposing QB throws four INTs, and you still need a FG in overtime to win....you are not "good."
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Patriots, looking awesome on that opening drive!
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Woot -- an interception on the first Chargers' play!
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Come on Tom, throw a couple TD's to Donte'...I get 14 points (I have the NE kicker on my team too) every time that happens.
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I have Donte', too, and he was useless last week. I'm pleased that everybody I started this week scored at least one point, with the exception of Stallworth so far. I'm going to go out on a limb and guess David Akers will score something tomorrow night, though I guess that might be a little iffy
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If the opposing QB throws four INTs, and you still need a FG in overtime to win....you are not "good."
Strange that this happens on the same day that Carson Palmer throws for 300+ yards and 6 TDs and the Bengals still lose (to the Browns, no less).
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The one week I don't start Jerricho Cotchery...
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I'm going to go out on a limb and guess David Akers will score something tomorrow night, though I guess that might be a little iffy
McNabb is back, he looks, he pumps, he rolls out, he's scrambling, he's got nothing, and he is hit from behind, he sheds one man, he's hit by two others, and he is sacked. Nobody could get open and the offensive line had nothing going there. Here comes Sav Rocca...
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Strange that this happens on the same day that Carson Palmer throws for 300+ yards and 6 TDs and the Bengals still lose (to the Browns, no less).
I love how much swagger the Bengals have.

Meanwhile, 3 of the past 4 years, they've gone 8-8.

They gave up 51 points to an offense lead by Derek Anderson.

I am 36 years old and remember when John Madden was the lead analyst for CBS' coverage of the NFC. He worked with Pat Summerall, and he was great. He'd break down line play, point out things you'd not normally look for and he had a quirky sense of humor.

Now, wow. Michaels is still, to me, a fantastic pxp man, but Madden adds just about nothing but a familiar voice to the production.
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The one week I don't start Jerricho Cotchery...
at least you didn't have Maurice Jones-Drew starting...Fantasy Hall of Famer my ass.
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Madden adds just about nothing but a familiar voice to the production.
Great football is great football, and when you have great players playing great football, well, that's the best kind of football you can have. If you have regular players playing great football, that's just regular great football, but if you have great players playing great football, that's great great football, and that's what that's all about.
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^ well done
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You know who else is well done? Brett Favre. If he was a steak, he would be well done, because he's so tough, you could cook him all day and he'd not feel a thing. You could chew him up and spit him out, and he'd still be firing passes for touchdowns.
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Great football is great football, and when you have great players playing great football, well, that's the best kind of football you can have. If you have regular players playing great football, that's just regular great football, but if you have great players playing great football, that's great great football, and that's what that's all about.
I don't like Caliendo all that much, but, this bit by him...or anything he does as Madden is amazing.
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