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Old 12-27-2007, 01:02 PM   #16
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Priselas is my maids middle name i think. jk.

Chris Carter's eyes have been fighting a struggle for years to hold up the rest of his face. They've been losing. That guy looks like he needs two cups of coffee every time i look at him.

He's just upset because he knows that for most of his career, he was a number two receiver. And he is upset that circumstance didnt allow him to be a Redskin and get paid big number 1 money late in his career.
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Old 12-27-2007, 01:16 PM   #17
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He's sadly mistaken if he thinks the Seahawks will beat us. Let's get pass Dallas first though.

But I can't help to say that I love our match-up against Seattle.
If we do make the playoffs the Seahawks will be tough to beat at home. They're a horrible match-up for us IMO because they're pass-happy team and if we can't get to Hasselbeck he's going to pick us apart...plus he knows how to throw the ball away. We'll have to show up in all phases of the game.

Anywho, I'll be going to the game cheering for the Skins that's for sure. Hail!
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If we do make the playoffs the Seahawks will be tough to beat at home. They're a horrible match-up for us IMO because they're pass-happy team and if we can't get to Hasselbeck he's going to pick us apart...plus he knows how to throw the ball away. We'll have to show up in all phases of the game.

Anywho, I'll be going to the game cheering for the Skins that's for sure. Hail!
That's all they've got, they're running game has virtually disappeared. Is Alexander hurt or washed up?
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Old 12-27-2007, 01:24 PM   #19
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chris collinsworth is just as bad. I hate watching that guy call a game. He is a nit-wit.
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Old 12-27-2007, 01:33 PM   #20
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That's all they've got, they're running game has virtually disappeared. Is Alexander hurt or washed up?
Alexander (199-685-3) has been nursing injuries all year, so he's now splitting time with Maurice Morris (127-537-3). Their running game is still good for almost 100/game.

On the flip side, they have 3 quality receivers (4 if Hackett can stay healthy), so why not lean on them with a veteran QB?
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Old 12-27-2007, 01:37 PM   #21
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That's all they've got, they're running game has virtually disappeared. Is Alexander hurt or washed up?
He is washed up...even Hawks fans will tell you that. The guy is shit without the a stud o-line, plus he never likes to get hit. He would rather play dead before letting anyone hit him or never tries to get extra yards.
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Old 12-27-2007, 01:45 PM   #22
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Cris Carter is the same guy who is promoting himself to get into the HOF and downplayed Monk as has been discussed on another thread on the Warpath.

Does anyone have that cartoon picture that looks exactly like Carter?
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Cris Carter is the same guy who is promoting himself to get into the HOF and downplayed Monk as has been discussed on another thread on the Warpath.

Does anyone have that cartoon picture that looks exactly like Carter?
He looks like an old hound dog with those stony droopy eyes.
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Chris Carter is a moron, I saw that thing last night he's just jealous because he never played for us. He really is a BUFFOON!!!!!!
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He looks like an old hound dog with those stony droopy eyes.
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He looks like an old hound dog with those stony droopy eyes.

Good One - the one I was thinking about was this one.....
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Old 12-27-2007, 02:21 PM   #27
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On a different subject, here's a link to you Wilbon non-fans of a separated at birth segment. SEPARATED AT BIRTH!
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espn has certainly given the skins some love lately. Wingo & Schlereth both said they're a team nobody wants to play in the nfc.
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Baaaah!
Awesome.. I thought of your sig when I saw the post.. MC Grammar lives!

On topic, Carter is the same clown who called us the worst playoff team in recent memory in 2005 and ridiculed us even after winning against Tampa calling it a 'joke' that we won that game.

Loser.
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Awesome.. I thought of your sig when I saw the post.. MC Grammar lives!

On topic, Carter is the same clown who called us the worst playoff team in recent memory in 2005 and ridiculed us even after winning against Tampa calling it a 'joke' that we won that game.

Loser.
How could Carter call it a joke when our defense was lights out that year? I guess Carter would call the 2000 Baltmiore Ravens the worst Super Bowl champion because their offense was not too good but the defense was amazing.
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