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Old 12-19-2010, 11:46 PM   #61
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Orton is definitely solid and a guy that has won quite a few games in this league, I wouldn't hate it if we brought him here, not at all. Should be interesting to see if the Broncos will be ready to hand things over to Tebow.

I still think Grossman returns as the caretaker until a rookie is ready, but it's obviously too early to have a good idea what could happen.
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Orton is definitely solid and a guy that has won quite a few games in this league, I wouldn't hate it if we brought him here, not at all. Should be interesting to see if the Broncos will be ready to hand things over to Tebow.

I still think Grossman returns as the caretaker until a rookie is ready, but it's obviously too early to have a good idea what could happen.
Orton or grossman? Id take Kyle but let's see what Rex does the next 2 games, if he plays like he did today it would be hard no to keep him
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Old 12-20-2010, 12:09 AM   #63
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Everytime I see Deshaun Jackson playing I get teary eyed because thhe one person would have put a target on that guys back and was fast enough to put him down for the game would have been Sean Taylor. But who knows, another year of Whey Protein, 4 hour a day workouts and eating nails for breakfast and Landry might end that guy next year in 1 play.
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Old 12-20-2010, 08:24 AM   #64
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I dont care the the Eagles won.... but I seriously cannot wait until someone smacks Desean Jackson back into another world. I cannot stand the stupid showboating that idiot does. He looks like a complete jackass.


Normally I would agree but not this time ...in this game he earned it.

The Giants have earned every negative thing that is going to come their way, a melt down of that calibur is coaching ....TOM COUGHLIN is gone and yes you need to cut the punter ...he was told and he still didn't listen ....to hell with him!To make the playoffs after playing like that would be a sin!
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Old 12-20-2010, 08:45 AM   #65
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lol G-Men fans in my office are so depressed today walking around like zombies, it's like they all had a death in the family this weekend or something. Can't blame them, what a crushing loss.
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Old 12-20-2010, 09:03 AM   #66
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Anybody see Devin Thomas' AWESOME TD catch?










nevermind, he was inactive.
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Old 12-20-2010, 11:49 AM   #67
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Anybody see Devin Thomas' AWESOME TD catch?










nevermind, he was inactive.
No, but I did see Lance Moore's (I think it was him, not entirely sure though) incredible touchdown catch against the Ravens. What a lucky yet beautiful play. I thought after that the Saints would have a game, instead Ray Rice, Running Back from Rutgers, ran all over the Saints d to seal the deal.
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No, but I did see Lance Moore's (I think it was him, not entirely sure though) incredible touchdown catch against the Ravens. What a lucky yet beautiful play. I thought after that the Saints would have a game, instead Ray Rice, Running Back from Rutgers, ran all over the Saints d to seal the deal.
Yes, it was Lance Moore...
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I mean, did you see his 40 yard TD run? Sure he doesn't have the change of direction type of speed that Vick has, but that boy can move.

And he should have had two TD passes instead of one. Hit a receiver right in the numbers and it was dropped in the endzone.
Don't you know QB's like Vick cannot win the big game.
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Yeah, I mean honestly though, I can't think of another guy in the league that showboats to show up his opponents the way Desean Jackson does. I dont mind guys dancing, I dont mind guys celebrating at all... Its an emotional game...but the way Jackson does is just disrespectful to his opponents and one of these days someone is gonna smack him right in the mouth and he'll deserve it.

At least he celebrates touchdowns and not getting a first down when the Eagels are trailing by 17 points.
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Everytime I see Deshaun Jackson playing I get teary eyed because thhe one person would have put a target on that guys back and was fast enough to put him down for the game would have been Sean Taylor. But who knows, another year of Whey Protein, 4 hour a day workouts and eating nails for breakfast and Landry might end that guy next year in 1 play.
Wishing for someone to "end that guy next year in 1 play" is a bit disturbing. You might want to cut back on the caffeine.
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At least he celebrates touchdowns and not getting a first down when the Eagels are trailing by 17 points.
The problem is that celebrating takes priority over actually scoring for Jackson.
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Old 12-20-2010, 04:34 PM   #73
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So now Favre might play tonight
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Quite the recovery, from being declared out (0% chance of playing) a few days ago to now questionable.
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Old 12-20-2010, 05:05 PM   #75
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The field has been cleared but is more snow expected? I hope so, I want to see the drama elevated, then I want to see Chicago win, but only because I picked em in a pool.
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