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Old 11-28-2006, 10:45 PM   #16
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I don't know what you were getting at with the Emmitt stat. And wasn't Vernon Davis hurt and inactive for all but the first game until this week?
If the guy is going to compare Frank Gore to Emmitt Smith (which is ridiculous) at least spell the all time leading rusher's name right.

No, he was active in weeks 1, 2, 3, 11, and 12. What else would you like to know, Tafkas.
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No, he was active in weeks 1, 2, 3, 11, and 12. What else would you like to know, Tafkas.
I stand corrected. I thought he was inactive
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Old 11-28-2006, 10:56 PM   #18
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I stand corrected. I thought he was inactive
You were looking at the stats, which would make it seem that he only played 2 weeks. Not exactly comparable to Jay Novacek...
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You were looking at the stats, which would make it seem that he only played 2 weeks. Not exactly comparable to Jay Novacek...
I thought he had been out for about two months. Ah well
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Old 11-28-2006, 11:48 PM   #20
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How did the 49ers become a thread? Rexi must be spreading the disease. Why don't we talk about a good team like the Colts?
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Old 11-29-2006, 12:47 PM   #21
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How did the 49ers become a thread? Rexi must be spreading the disease. Why don't we talk about a good team like the Colts?
Because that wouldn't be interesting. We expect the Colts to be good. The Niners...no way!

Now if the Colts were losing more games than winning...that could be a thread.

I KNEW Bryant could not last a whole season without any problems. Even with the Browns, he still caused problems in the locker room when whining about not getting enough looks even though he was the team's leading receiver. I'm glad we didn't even consider him, although I remember a few people on HERE wishing for it.
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Old 11-29-2006, 12:54 PM   #22
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Vernon Davis could drastically change the offense, they need to find a way to get the ball in his hands, although johnson is also a serviceable tightend.

Bryant is a chump, no surprise when i saw the DUI report, guy has no class, good luck dealing with his ego when he really starts putting up numbers
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I think Vernon Davis is part horse.
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Old 11-29-2006, 01:15 PM   #24
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Bryant is a chump, no surprise when i saw the DUI report, guy has no class, good luck dealing with his ego when he really starts putting up numbers
And what kind of loser gets a Lambo and drives it ONLY at 100 MPH? C'mon, my little Ford can do that.
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If the guy is going to compare Frank Gore to Emmitt Smith (which is ridiculous) at least spell the all time leading rusher's name right.

No, he was active in weeks 1, 2, 3, 11, and 12. What else would you like to know, Tafkas.
I don't think it's ridiculous to compare Frank Gore to Emmitt Smith. If his body holds up over his career than I think he could have a similar career. The guy is just a ridiculously good runner, very elusive but is very powerful as well. Rarely have I seen him go down have the first hit. Also catches out of the backfield very well. The only knock on the guy is the fumbles from early in the year and a couple weeks ago.
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I think Vernon Davis is part horse.
That's what I think. Maybe beastiality has it's benefits after all...
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How did the 49ers become a thread? Rexi must be spreading the disease. Why don't we talk about a good team like the Colts?
LMAO...
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I don't think it's ridiculous to compare Frank Gore to Emmitt Smith. If his body holds up over his career than I think he could have a similar career. The guy is just a ridiculously good runner, very elusive but is very powerful as well. Rarely have I seen him go down have the first hit. Also catches out of the backfield very well. The only knock on the guy is the fumbles from early in the year and a couple weeks ago.

Of course you don't... Rexi, that may be the most absurd thing that I have ever read on this site.

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Of course you don't... Rexi, that may be the most absurd thing that I have ever read on this site.
Didn't you say that Andrew Walter was 10 times better than Mark Brunell, just one week after saying Mark Brunell played like a pro bowler vs Dallas?

I think thats the most absured thing I've ever read on this site.

As far as Frank Gore...I don't know if I'd pull the Emmitt comparision just yet. Emmitt will be remembered predomanantly for his longevity, and Gore is a second year player. He's definately justified his 65th overall pick status though.
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Old 11-30-2006, 07:36 PM   #30
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Didn't you say that Andrew Walter was 10 times better than Mark Brunell, just one week after saying Mark Brunell played like a pro bowler vs Dallas?

I think thats the most absured thing I've ever read on this site.

As far as Frank Gore...I don't know if I'd pull the Emmitt comparision just yet. Emmitt will be remembered predomanantly for his longevity, and Gore is a second year player. He's definately justified his 65th overall pick status though.
I'm not saying that Gore is a HOF'er or anything yet but I think that if he stays healthy over his career he definitely has the ability to do it. He's a special player.
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