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Old 08-27-2008, 10:48 AM   #16
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Re: Strahan To Stay Retired

I wasn't worried about Strahan next Thursday...I was worried about him November 30th, when he was back in the swing of things. But now, I just have to watch the Gapped Wonder on TV instead of infiltrating opponent's backfields...
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I wasn't worried about Strahan next Thursday...I was worried about him November 30th, when he was back in the swing of things. But now, I just have to watch the Gapped Wonder on TV instead of infiltrating opponent's backfields...
LOL. You're not the only one looking forward to that. We should be very dominant vs him this year.
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Old 08-27-2008, 11:09 AM   #18
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LOL. You're not the only one looking forward to that. We should be very dominant vs him this year.
Why, because Jon "Strahan Stopper" Jansen is back? Ask Cooley how much he enjoys double teaming Strahan and still getting owned.
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Why, because Jon "Strahan Stopper" Jansen is back? Ask Cooley how much he enjoys double teaming Strahan and still getting owned.
I think you missed his point, he's referring to the "gapped wonder" as Wynn.
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I think you missed his point, he's referring to the "gapped wonder" as Wynn.
Oh, I thought the "gapped wonder" was a reference to Strahan via his gapped teeth.
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Oh, I thought the "gapped wonder" was a reference to Strahan via his gapped teeth.
LOL...you know what...I missed his point...I think you're right. I thought he was referring to Wynn's terrible gap protection. LOL. I am seriously laughing right now. That's funny.

My bad. This is the second time in a few days I misread a post pretty badly.

Sorry man.
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Old 08-28-2008, 01:32 AM   #22
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Brett Favre could learn a thing or two from Michael Strahan about sticking by a decision.
And Green Bay could learn a thing from the Colorado Avs.
"Unlike the Green Bay Packers, who pressed quarterback Brett Favre for a decision in March so they could plot their future with or without him -- an approach that ultimately backfired when Favre changed his mind, unretired and forced an ugly divorce that ended with him playing for the New York Jets -- the Avalanche took the opposite approach with Sakic.

Giguere told him to take as much time as he needed, even if that meant informing the team of his decision on the eve of training camp in September."
ESPN - Sakic signs one-year deal with Avs - NHL
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LOL...you know what...I missed his point...I think you're right. I thought he was referring to Wynn's terrible gap protection. LOL. I am seriously laughing right now. That's funny.

My bad. This is the second time in a few days I misread a post pretty badly.

Sorry man.
I should have been more specific when referring to the booth instead of the generic TV term, but you should know me from my Parking Lot posts that I'm not savy enough to think of Renaldo Wynn...I mean, I'm a Tony Stewart fan afterall
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And Green Bay could learn a thing from the Colorado Avs.
"Unlike the Green Bay Packers, who pressed quarterback Brett Favre for a decision in March so they could plot their future with or without him -- an approach that ultimately backfired when Favre changed his mind, unretired and forced an ugly divorce that ended with him playing for the New York Jets -- the Avalanche took the opposite approach with Sakic.

Giguere told him to take as much time as he needed, even if that meant informing the team of his decision on the eve of training camp in September."
ESPN - Sakic signs one-year deal with Avs - NHL
To Green Bay's credit, while Joe Sakic is a pivotal part of the success to that franchise, Favre's position is a bit more important in terms of moving forward than Sakic. If Joe doesn't come back, they have a youngster that will fill the 3rd line or his spot on the bench...but yes, Green Bay and Favre both handled it wrong, and Green Bay will pay for it in the long run.
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And Green Bay could learn a thing from the Colorado Avs.
"Unlike the Green Bay Packers, who pressed quarterback Brett Favre for a decision in March so they could plot their future with or without him -- an approach that ultimately backfired when Favre changed his mind, unretired and forced an ugly divorce that ended with him playing for the New York Jets -- the Avalanche took the opposite approach with Sakic.

Giguere told him to take as much time as he needed, even if that meant informing the team of his decision on the eve of training camp in September."
ESPN - Sakic signs one-year deal with Avs - NHL
im with you. i still don't understand the packs decision to force Favre's hand. after all, the name of the game is winning. and Brett Favre still gives the pack a better chance of winning then Rodgers
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awesome news. hes got nothing left to prove to anyone and the Giants are in BIG trouble defensively this season.
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im with you. i still don't understand the packs decision to force Favre's hand. after all, the name of the game is winning. and Brett Favre still gives the pack a better chance of winning then Rodgers
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I should have been more specific when referring to the booth instead of the generic TV term, but you should know me from my Parking Lot posts that I'm not savy enough to think of Renaldo Wynn...I mean, I'm a Tony Stewart fan afterall
LOL. No biggy...I just totally misread it. I can see what you meant now. Still chuckling a little too.

So you're still gonna be a Stewart fan even after the move away from JGR?
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