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Postby ampant » Sun Oct 23, 2005 5:42 pm

I am teaching my 7 year old son to refer to them by their proper names . . . the forty whiners. ;-D
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Postby aaawall91 » Sun Oct 23, 2005 5:43 pm

ampant wrote:I am teaching my 7 year old son to refer to them by their proper names . . . the forty whiners. ;-D


Its always good to learn proper terms early.
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Postby jake_twothousandfive » Sun Oct 23, 2005 6:31 pm

honestly where is Boldin

i started him over W. Parker :-t
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Postby Sp_Da_Man » Sun Oct 23, 2005 6:42 pm

I'm sure glad my opponent started Boldin over Hines Ward.

ZERO catches & 15 rush yards = 1 pt!
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Postby woodson_28 » Sun Oct 23, 2005 8:12 pm

the guy i played this week started him. I ended up beating him by 3 points (which is about 3 catches for 35 yards) so thank goodness he didn't do anything. (sorry for all those that had him and suffered).
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Postby BrutallyHuge » Mon Oct 24, 2005 9:24 am

Whoever CBS Sportsline says is the matchup of the week will bust:

MATCHUP OF THE WEEK
Anquan Boldin & Larry Fitzgerald, WRs, Arizona: Whether you have one of these guys or both of them, this is a rare two-headed premier pick of players who will absolutely take advantage of their matchup. After resting for a week, the Cardinals host the Titans, who have the 20th-ranked pass defense in the NFL and have allowed more passing TDs (13) than any other team. Boldin and Fitzgerald have come out this season smokin', but over their last two games with QB Josh McCown under center, Boldin has averaged 137 yards and a TD while Fitzgerald has averaged 119 yards and a TD. That's simply incredible. Both of these receivers' monster games with McCown came against soft secondaries and Tennessee's is right up there with them. To be safe, expect about 80 yards and a touchdown from each, but obviously the potential is there for them to get as high as 125 yards and two TDs.
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Postby tc » Mon Oct 24, 2005 3:59 pm

BrutallyHuge wrote:Whoever CBS Sportsline says is the matchup of the week will bust:

MATCHUP OF THE WEEK
Anquan Boldin & Larry Fitzgerald, WRs, Arizona: Whether you have one of these guys or both of them, this is a rare two-headed premier pick of players who will absolutely take advantage of their matchup. After resting for a week, the Cardinals host the Titans, who have the 20th-ranked pass defense in the NFL and have allowed more passing TDs (13) than any other team. Boldin and Fitzgerald have come out this season smokin', but over their last two games with QB Josh McCown under center, Boldin has averaged 137 yards and a TD while Fitzgerald has averaged 119 yards and a TD. That's simply incredible. Both of these receivers' monster games with McCown came against soft secondaries and Tennessee's is right up there with them. To be safe, expect about 80 yards and a touchdown from each, but obviously the potential is there for them to get as high as 125 yards and two TDs.


hahaha I totally agree, thats why i cringed when they named boldin...argh! :~( :-t
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