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Old 12-27-2007, 11:40 AM   #1
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Inside the NFL (Cris Carter)

What a BUFFON that guy is, he wouldn't give credit to Gibbs for the teams turn around. The thing that irked me the most is that he said they've 2 more games and then they are going home, implying that we will beat the Cowboys and lose to the Seahawks. I hope we beat the Cowboys, Seahawks and whoever else after that just to shut him up!!! How many SB's did he play in? NONE!!
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Old 12-27-2007, 11:41 AM   #2
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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.
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Old 12-27-2007, 11:44 AM   #3
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He's always loathed us. No question about it. I take everything Chris Carter has to say about the Washington Redskins with a grain of salt.
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Old 12-27-2007, 11:46 AM   #4
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I tell you what, there are so many media heads eating crow right now it's redekulas.
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Old 12-27-2007, 11:51 AM   #5
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He's one of the main reasons that 'Inside the NFL' stinks these days. God forbid he actually gave the Skins some credit.
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Old 12-27-2007, 11:53 AM   #6
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I tell you what, there are so many media heads eating crow right now it's redekulas.
redekulas, hey that's my word! None of the media ever gives the Skins credit except for Aikman. He loves Portis.
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Old 12-27-2007, 11:56 AM   #7
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Re: Inside the NFL (Chris Carter)

While Cris Carter was a stellar WR, he's horrible when it comes to color commentary. It's almost like he's being controversial just to be controversial.

Seattle is very tough at home, as they are 28-8 since 2004 (including 7-1 this year). However, this year wins at home include Tampa (Wk 1), Cincy, Chicago, Baltimore, St. Louis, Arizona, and San Fran. They have only faced 2 playoff teams all year (W v. Tampa, L at Pittsburgh), so they really haven't faced any stiff competition for most of the season. However, there is much to be said about winning 5 of 6 (potentially 6 of 7) to end the year. While Seattle won't be a cakewalk, the Skins will give them a fight once they beat Dallas this weekend.
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Old 12-27-2007, 12:03 PM   #8
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While Cris Carter was a stellar WR, he's horrible when it comes to color commentary. It's almost like he's being controversial just to be controversial.
You know, I think you are 100% right. The idiot just wants to act controversial just to keep things lively, that's how sad the crew is. At least Collingsworth and Mario where ribbing him telling him he was wrong.
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redekulas, hey that's my word! None of the media ever gives the Skins credit except for Aikman. He loves Portis.
Madden loves Portis too, but most of the media live to hate on the Skins. The piling on before all the facts were in on his murder was shameful. Sean Salisbury still can't give the Skins any credit, but at least Peter King has come around with our recent surge.
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I tell you what, there are so many media heads eating crow right now it's redekulas.
Baaaah!
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Baaaah!
LOL!!!! How about Redickcooloss? Bleedburgandi? ;-) j/k.
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I tell you what, there are so many media heads eating crow right now it's redekulas.
Almost as redekulas as Cris Carter being a "BUFFON"!
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Almost as redekulas as Cris Carter being a "BUFFON"!
You know, the original plan was to continually add egregious spelling errors to my sig, but it would be about 12 inches long (insert joke here). BUFFON. priceless. or is it priselas?
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You know, the original plan was to continually add egregious spelling errors to my sig, but it would be about 12 inches long (insert joke here). BUFFON. priceless. or is it priselas?
I think BUFFON is worthy of being added. It sounds like some kind of car care product that Cris Carter is selling on late night TV.
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Old 12-27-2007, 01:01 PM   #15
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Added it. Soon I'm going to start working on the abridged Warpathian Inglesh Dikshunery
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