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Old 04-29-2010, 07:29 AM   #61
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FOOTBALL LITERACY Level 1 - for basic membership (no new threads)
Short Answer (ie one or two words)
1. How a football game begins.
2. Something that protects a player's head.
3. Bring someone who is carrying the ball to the ground.
4. The player who usually kicks the ball.
5. When the defense catches a pass.
6. Place where touchdowns are scored.
7. Drop the ball.
8. The player who usually passes the ball.
9. A player that usually catches passes.
10. 6 points for running or passing the ball into the end zone.
11. The person who calls penalties.
12. 3 points for kicking the ball through the posts.
13. Throw the ball from one player to another.
14. Tackle the quarterback.
16. Kick the ball
15. A pass that is not caught.
17. The player who most often runs with the ball.

FOOTBALL LITERACY Level 2 - for advanced membership (new threads allowed)
T or F Madden is a realistic portrayal of an NFL GM's approach to the offseason
T or F All ideas are created equal
T or F PFT is the best source for non-rumor football information
T or F The J in JLC stands for Jared.
T or F The ability to create new threads is guaranteed in the Bill of Rights
T or F Drafting no OL makes sense because you need skill positions first
T or F DT's who miss voluntary minicamps ought to be traded regardless of value received in return.
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Old 04-29-2010, 07:30 AM   #62
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Old 04-29-2010, 07:35 AM   #63
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I don't think a lot of thought was put into this thread, and the timing of it is uncanny. I'd lock it but....voluntary mod camp!
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Old 04-29-2010, 07:48 AM   #64
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Goodness gracious eveybody!!!!!!! Lets not lose our heads here!!!!! we are stuck with Fat Albert get over it. But i heard he was using shake weights in his off season work outs so everything is going to be ok!!!!!!!
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Old 04-29-2010, 08:19 AM   #65
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Old 04-29-2010, 09:28 AM   #66
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FOOTBALL LITERACY Level 1 - for basic membership (no new threads)
Short Answer (ie one or two words)
1. How a football game begins.
2. Something that protects a player's head.
3. Bring someone who is carrying the ball to the ground.
4. The player who usually kicks the ball.
5. When the defense catches a pass.
6. Place where touchdowns are scored.
7. Drop the ball.
8. The player who usually passes the ball.
9. A player that usually catches passes.
10. 6 points for running or passing the ball into the end zone.
11. The person who calls penalties.
12. 3 points for kicking the ball through the posts.
13. Throw the ball from one player to another.
14. Tackle the quarterback.
16. Kick the ball
15. A pass that is not caught.
17. The player who most often runs with the ball.

FOOTBALL LITERACY Level 2 - for advanced membership (new threads allowed)
T or F Madden is a realistic portrayal of an NFL GM's approach to the offseason
T or F All ideas are created equal
T or F PFT is the best source for non-rumor football information
T or F The J in JLC stands for Jared.
T or F The ability to create new threads is guaranteed in the Bill of Rights
T or F Drafting no OL makes sense because you need skill positions first
T or F DT's who miss voluntary minicamps ought to be traded regardless of value received in return.
Don't keep us in suspense!!! Post the Answers, I need to know how well I dun!!!
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Old 04-29-2010, 09:45 AM   #67
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Been reading this site about two years before I ever signed up. Yeah I've seen some of your post. Some decent post and replies but honestly quite abit of hot air. Not offended just telling you the truthful.
You talkin' ta me? I said - You talkin ta me?? I know you aint talkin ta me!!

Also, by the way, how does one go about "just telling you the truthful"? Did you forget a comma - "Just telling you[,] the truthful" ?
- Are you simply stating that you are telling me something and affirming that I, JoeRedskin, am "the truthful"? If so, you are wise and insightful man and I may have misjudged you.

- Or, are you asserting that the members of this site are innately honest and worthy of being designated, en mass, as truthful individuals - as in "just telling [all of] you, the truthful." If so, I think you have seriously misjudged the membership of this site. Particularly Smootsmack the Lazy-Ass Mod.

[Just kidding with you BR]
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I love the Level 2 questions.
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Old 04-29-2010, 09:56 AM   #69
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Directions for making crepes:

1.In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the flour and the eggs. Gradually add in the milk and water, stirring to combine. Add the salt and butter; beat until smooth.
2.Heat a lightly oiled griddle or frying pan over medium high heat. Pour or scoop the batter onto the griddle, using approximately 1/4 cup for each crepe. Tilt the pan with a circular motion so that the batter coats the surface evenly.
3.Cook the crepe for about 2 minutes, until the bottom is light brown. Loosen with a spatula, turn and cook the other side. Serve hot immediately after Clady for Haynesworth trade.
Thanks for the recipe!!

Crepes for desert tonight.

Back to the thread topic. I will give my short answer.

No.

BTW noob posters. You will get destroyed on the WP for coming up with some really dumb threads. This isn't ES where people make 50-100 threads a day.

I have started a dumb thread or 2 in the past and will not make the mistake again. LOL... even had one locked after 2 response. Think before you start one. This is one of the worst and dumbest I have seen. Don't start threads on random ideas that pop in your head or you will be crucified.
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I was having a crappy morning but this thread made my day!!! LMAO!!!
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Old 04-29-2010, 10:06 AM   #71
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FOOTBALL LITERACY Level 1 - for basic membership (no new threads)
Short Answer (ie one or two words)
1. How a football game begins.
2. Something that protects a player's head.
3. Bring someone who is carrying the ball to the ground.
4. The player who usually kicks the ball.
5. When the defense catches a pass.
6. Place where touchdowns are scored.
7. Drop the ball.
8. The player who usually passes the ball.
9. A player that usually catches passes.
10. 6 points for running or passing the ball into the end zone.
11. The person who calls penalties.
12. 3 points for kicking the ball through the posts.
13. Throw the ball from one player to another.
14. Tackle the quarterback.
16. Kick the ball
15. A pass that is not caught.
17. The player who most often runs with the ball.

FOOTBALL LITERACY Level 2 - for advanced membership (new threads allowed)
T or F Madden is a realistic portrayal of an NFL GM's approach to the offseason
T or F All ideas are created equal
T or F PFT is the best source for non-rumor football information
T or F The J in JLC stands for Jared.
T or F The ability to create new threads is guaranteed in the Bill of Rights
T or F Drafting no OL makes sense because you need skill positions first
T or F DT's who miss voluntary minicamps ought to be traded regardless of value received in return.
1-A 2-C 3-B 4-D 5-C 6-E (all of the above) 7-B 8-A 9-D 10-C 11-B 12-B 13-A 14-D 15-E (all of the above) 16-B 17-C

Piece of cake.

I'll get to Level 2 after I study some more.
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FOOTBALL LITERACY Level 1 - for basic membership (no new threads)
Short Answer (ie one or two words)
1. How a football game begins. faceoff
2. Something that protects a player's head. skull
3. Bring someone who is carrying the ball to the ground. laron landry
4. The player who usually kicks the ball. shuisham
5. When the defense catches a pass. pass
6. Place where touchdowns are scored. fieldgoal?
7. Drop the ball. carlos rogers
8. The player who usually passes the ball. pineapple jseus
9. A player that usually catches passes. pass
10. 6 points for running or passing the ball into the end zone. extra points
11. The person who calls penalties. john madden
12. 3 points for kicking the ball through the posts. touchdown
13. Throw the ball from one player to another. pass
14. Tackle the quarterback. brian sackpo
16. Kick the ball kick
15. A pass that is not caught. brandon loydd
17. The player who most often runs with the ball. jason campbell

FOOTBALL LITERACY Level 2 - for advanced membership (new threads allowed)
T or F Madden is a realistic portrayal of an NFL GM's approach to the offseason T
T or F All ideas are created equal t
T or F PFT is the best source for non-rumor football information t
T or F The J in JLC stands for Jared. t
T or F The ability to create new threads is guaranteed in the Bill of Rights t
T or F Drafting no OL makes sense because you need skill positions first pass
T or F DT's who miss voluntary minicamps ought to be traded regardless of value received in return. t, but only if the are fat
i couldn't understand how this was up to four pages but now i understand, did i pass?
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FOOTBALL LITERACY Level 3 - All knowing seer and capable of no wrong:


Answer question #3.
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A little off topic but I just went to a website that shows Ocean City, Maryland from different webcams. I live in Chesapeake Va. I clicked on one of the screens and a police car popped up on the boardwalk and I got nervous. How f**ked up is that? What are we talking about again?
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Old 04-29-2010, 10:23 AM   #75
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FOOTBALL LITERACY Level 3 - All knowing seer and capable of no wrong:


Answer question #3.
Yeah right. You'd have to be a HOF coach or have been in the league forever to know that answer. I'd never tackle a question that hard. Geesh.
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