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Old 09-16-2007, 04:08 PM   #16
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Where's LaVar? ...not looking good for the G-men.

By my math, Lavar earned $667,000 per tackle he actually made in NY.

That was the biggest rip off in sports until OJ tried to get "his" stuff back.

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Old 09-16-2007, 04:22 PM   #17
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Go Green Bay. They aren't looking too bad and now the G-men are 0-2. Looks good.

If the Fins can beat the Boys and we can handle the Eagles this will be an amazing weekend for me.
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Old 09-16-2007, 04:38 PM   #18
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Damn, Browns over Bengals.
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Old 09-16-2007, 04:42 PM   #19
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Yeah, the Giants got their asses kicked, and I loved it. What a great way for Favre to get the most games won record. I was suprised by the Browns-Bengals, but when those two teams meet something extraordinary usually happens. It's not every day Carson Palmer throws 6 touchdown passes but still loses the game.

I haven't seen much of the Dallas-Miami game, but last I checked the score was 3-0 in favor of Miami, n the 1st quarter was ending. If Miami wins I will love it lol. And how about those Texans? They actually look pretty good this year.
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By my math, Lavar earned $667,000 per tackle he actually made in NY.

That was the biggest rip off in sports until OJ tried to get "his" stuff back.

J-Dawg

Proves the NFL is a sweet place to work when you can find a job. I was just being a little sarcastic.
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Old 09-16-2007, 04:49 PM   #21
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Yeah, the Giants got their asses kicked, and I loved it. What a great way for Favre to get the most games won record. I was suprised by the Browns-Bengals, but when those two teams meet something extraordinary usually happens. It's not every day Carson Palmer throws 6 touchdown passes but still loses the game.

I haven't seen much of the Dallas-Miami game, but last I checked the score was 3-0 in favor of Miami, n the 1st quarter was ending. If Miami wins I will love it lol. And how about those Texans? They actually look pretty good this year.
I have told numerous friends that the Texans arent too bad, they got my boy Matt. UVA product!
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Damn, Browns over Bengals.
yea i was pickin cinn damnit all...
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Man, if the Bengals D can make Derek Anderson look that good, I wonder what kinda numbers JC and Portis would put up against them lol. Derek Anderson with 5 touchdowns and 1 pick, and Jamal Lewis going over 200 yards? Sheesh.
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The Texans are really surprising me. Matt Schaub looks like the real deal and Omobi Okoye has 2 sacks on the day.
Not to toot my own horn...

so I won't.

Anyway, heres an observation as not to waste a post on self promoting garbage: the Chiefs are probably the worst team in a few years.

Yes, that includes the 2004 Bears and 2006 Raiders.
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Man, if the Bengals D can make Derek Anderson look that good, I wonder what kinda numbers JC and Portis would put up against them lol. Derek Anderson with 5 touchdowns and 1 pick, and Jamal Lewis going over 200 yards? Sheesh.
Sometime your gameplan just destroys the other teams gameplan. Theres no rhyme or reason or way to predict it happening, it just happens from time to time.

The Browns benefited big from this today.
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Miami goes on top of Dallas 13-10.
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Not to toot my own horn...

so I won't.
GTripp, tooting your own horn? You don't say.

I didn't understand the Schaub trade since he had played so sparingly in regular season games. It's not that I thought that Schaub was a bad QB, it's that I thought there was such a little basis upon which one could judge the guy. What tapes were the Texans personnel people looking at? His college tapes from 5 years ago? The preseason? Still, it looks like he might be the real deal.
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Sometime your gameplan just destroys the other teams gameplan. Theres no rhyme or reason or way to predict it happening, it just happens from time to time.

The Browns benefited big from this today.

That's really true, and whenever the Browns and Bengals meet it seems like it's always gonna be a close high scoring game that can go either way.
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Gawl dang Cowboys! I hate Romo but I've got to admire his ability to keep a play alive when it breaks down.
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