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Old 02-01-2006, 08:59 PM   #61
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Who the hell knows why?
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Old 02-01-2006, 09:15 PM   #62
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Does anyone care that Mike Martz might be hired as the Lions' offensive coordinator?
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Do you think Joey Harrington does?
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Old 02-01-2006, 11:38 PM   #64
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Is it next year yet?
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Old 02-02-2006, 06:57 AM   #65
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perhaps a dinner at mendy's, something like that.
Soup doesn't count as a meal.
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Old 02-02-2006, 06:58 AM   #66
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So is that the end of the question streak?
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donovan mcnabb needs to shut up so that he doesn't make himself sound as dumb as t.o. does.


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[b]And to say if we had Brett Favre, that could mean that if you had another quarterback of a different decent or ethnic background, we could be winning. That's something I thought about and said, 'Wow.' It's different to say if we had Michael Vick, Daunte Culpepper, Steve McNair, Aaron Brooks, Byron Leftwich. But to go straight to Brett Favre, that slapped me in the face, like what I've done and what I set out to do…[b]
ooooooor it could mean that brett favre is a first ballot hall of famer, where as not a single one of those guys mentioned by mcnabb is even close to a hall of famer at this point in their respective careers... and some of them... coughcoughcoughaaronbrookscoughcough just plain suck.
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Leave it to Hewson to screw it up.

This was the most action the sports forum has had since the conference championships.
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donovan mcnabb needs to shut up so that he doesn't make himself sound as dumb as t.o. does.
I'll second that.

T.O. wouldn't have used Favre as an example of a QB he'd like to play with because, oh, I don't know, he's a future hall of famer...nah, it's cuz he's white. No other reason.

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I'll second that.

T.O. wouldn't have used Favre as an example of a QB he'd like to play with because, oh, I don't know, he's a future hall of famer...nah, it's cuz he's white. No other reason.

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if he had said chad pennington, then mcnabb might have a point.
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if he had said chad pennington, then mcnabb might have a point.
or Peyton Manning
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ohhhhhh snap!
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any guesses for Super Bowl MVP?

I'll say
Big Ben - 3 to 1
Alexander - 5 to 1
Palamolu - 8 -1
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If Pittsburgh wins, Jerome Bettis will have 11 carries for 19 yards and 1 TD and win MVP.

I'm going off the board however for Matt Hasselbeck.
The Steelers will concentrate on taking Alexandar away, so I think Holmgren has the Seabags come out throwing, and Hasselbeck throws for 250 + yds and at least 2TDs and wins MVP.
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