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Old 08-01-2013, 12:24 PM   #256
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Alex Smith of Kansas City Chiefs is best QB, Doug Pederson says - ESPN

oh man its comedy hour in KC's camp. funny stuff
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I don't think he's the best in the NFL; that's a joke. But Alex Smith is a very good quarterback.
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I don't think he's the best in the NFL; that's a joke. But Alex Smith is a very good quarterback.

Not really, he has a career 79.1 QB rating
81 tds 63 ints..

I'd say he's average not very good
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So let's say Sanders picks Von Miller and Rice takes Peyton Manning. If Miller gets a chance to nail Manning is he going to do it? Is Chad Greenway going to try and take down AP? Guys are not going to be hitting guys from their own teams. If there's no defense now, under this format we may see each team put up 60 points. Just put the Pro Bowl out of it's misery.
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So let's say Sanders picks Von Miller and Rice takes Peyton Manning. If Miller gets a chance to nail Manning is he going to do it? Is Chad Greenway going to try and take down AP? Guys are not going to be hitting guys from their own teams. If there's no defense now, under this format we may see each team put up 60 points. Just put the Pro Bowl out of it's misery.
Great point. It's why the NFL should just give up. Or make the pro bowl mean something like .......nevermind I was going to say baseball but that doesn't work.
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So let's say Sanders picks Von Miller and Rice takes Peyton Manning. If Miller gets a chance to nail Manning is he going to do it? Is Chad Greenway going to try and take down AP? Guys are not going to be hitting guys from their own teams. If there's no defense now, under this format we may see each team put up 60 points. Just put the Pro Bowl out of it's misery.
They didn't hit each other anyways! I still won't watch the game, but I'll watch the draft!
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SF corner Chris Culiver out for season torn ACL. 9ers are feeling the injury bug early
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^ but but but they have Carlos Rogers Tarrell Brown and Nnamdi. They also have good depth with Tramaine Brock and Perrish Cox. They went after Eric Wright who was cut but not healthy so maybe they'll go for him when he's healthy.

Translation; they'll be fine. (Plus Culliver was their worst CB IMO after watching the Super Bowl )
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Culliver is an excellent CB who had a bad SB after running his mouth about gays (wrong city for that) i watched all the 49er games and he was really solid, they'll miss him but have plenty of depth.
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The 49ers secondary wasn't that good to begin with (wasn't bad just wasn't that good). The more important player to that d is Justin smith. Once he got hurt almost every quarterback they played destroyed that secondary, it was obvious in the playoffs how much he means to that defense. Hopefully he comes back 100% but when NFL players get older, things tend to take a long lasting affect and it usually becomes easier to get injured again.
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Culliver is an excellent CB who had a bad SB after running his mouth about gays (wrong city for that) i watched all the 49er games and he was really solid, they'll miss him but have plenty of depth.
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No kickoffs?

Gotta be a trial run for trying to implement it for the real games.


If the draft right before the game then the players grab that jersey or is it ahead of time?

I like the old way of doing it. Would be interesting to see how great the champ really is.

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Riley Cooper excused from Eagles activities, seeks help - NFL.com

Seriously? I think this is starting to get a little overblown. I get that what he said was extremely racist and could very easily hurt people. But he's apologized profusely to everyone that could have been offended, he says he's disgusted with himself...what more can he do? Michael Vick said he could accept Cooper as a teammate, so I think this whole thing has been blown out of proportion. Everyone needs to move on; forgive and forget.
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