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Postby senseiosin » Wed Oct 08, 2003 11:17 am

REAL fan, you should have checked Denver last week. They ran the wishbone for about a quarter and Portis scored his 65 yard TD off of it. Then the Cheifs figured it out and Denver stopped running it.

As for your list of QB's, questionable my friend, very questionable.

My ranking, not in fantasy terms but as far as winners, would be (assuming all are healthy)

1. McNair
2. Culpepper
3. Mike Vick
4. Farve
5. Bulger
The only thing we have to fear is.... another injured Denver RB!!!!!!!!
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Postby TheREALfan » Wed Oct 08, 2003 11:52 am

Huh! The wishbone. Shanahan is a genius.

Maybe now, Madden 05 will have it as a formation!
The NFL sucks!!
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Postby josebach » Wed Oct 08, 2003 3:24 pm

TheREALfan wrote:Alright punks.....................Here are my top 5 QB's


1. Chad Pennington
2. Steve McNair
3. Mike Vick
4. Rex Grossman (he will be)
5. Carson Palmer (so will he)

All this scrambling around, McNabb / Culpepper crap makes me puke. I realize Vick and McNair do that but they have an arm too. And THEY USE IT to throw to a reciever on THEIR team.

And hey Groundhog.........or whatever your stupid name is......I am bringing it on!


What we have here is a Troll. Notice how half the posts on the front page are from this guy? Doesn't anybody think it strange that he comes to a FFL football forum and starts spouting off about how badly the NFL sucks? This guy will hang around for awhile causing trouble and will eventually get himself banned... and then he'll go to another forum and start all over again. He's a little more subtle than most, but he's definately a Troll. If you keep feeding the him, he'll never leave. The boards have been peaceful, but they've just stepped on a thorn.
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Postby big shot » Wed Oct 08, 2003 3:30 pm

Josebach, your the one feeding him. there so many hypocrites on this board its not even funny.
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Postby culboarder » Wed Oct 08, 2003 10:38 pm

dgroundhog wrote:
Lord Grym wrote:Manning is NOT over-rated. He is by far, the best QB in the league to date.


Oh I disagree. Daunte makes a better date. He's DREEEEEAAMY!!!!

Don't wait up!


i somewhat agree with both of you...first i thought manning was the best but then you brought up daunte and i creamed in my pants.
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Postby VHawk15 » Wed Oct 08, 2003 10:41 pm

TheREALfan wrote:Alright punks.....................Here are my top 5 QB's


1. Chad Pennington
2. Steve McNair
3. Mike Vick
4. Rex Grossman (he will be)
5. Carson Palmer (so will he)

All this scrambling around, McNabb / Culpepper crap makes me puke. I realize Vick and McNair do that but they have an arm too. And THEY USE IT to throw to a reciever on THEIR team.

And hey Groundhog.........or whatever your stupid name is......I am bringing it on!


This is a joke, right?
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Postby Guest » Thu Oct 09, 2003 12:04 am

ok. First off. Garcia is sucking. Gannon is sucking. Favre is sucking. How can you say they are currently the top 3?

BTW, if you think 4000+ yards and 20+ TDs in ever year of his 5 year career is overrated, you're an idiot.

As a football team, who would you draft first overall right now?

Vick is hurt and will get hurt all his carreer if he keeps up his playmaker scrambles.

I'd go with Manning.
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Postby Guest » Thu Oct 09, 2003 12:21 am

Realfan you are high.

How can you possibly believe yourself Manning is over rated? Look at his numbers since coming into the league? No one is even close with any consistency. I would agree with you that Warner and maybe McNabb are over rated. Culpepper, has Moss to help his hype but who else in the league can throw the ball 60+ yards down field to get it to Moss? I would guess that Farve, Young, Marino, Elway and Montana were all over rated as well.
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Postby Andy1234 » Thu Oct 09, 2003 5:02 am

First of all Culpepper does have an amazing arm. My top active QB's are:

1. Farve(even though he's been sucking so far, as some would put it)
2. Manning
3-6. McNair, Culpepper, Vick and Gannon (no perticular order)
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Postby big shot » Thu Oct 09, 2003 11:20 am

garicia sucks ARE YOU NUTS favre has been without his only decent wr in driver. Gannon has been without porter. Look what gannon and garcia have done in the last 3 years, thats untouchable except by maybe a 90s bret favre
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