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Postby Alkaholik » Tue Mar 06, 2007 11:22 am

Nice, but i think we are more needy at safety than anything.

If we let Hamlin go, we better hope we have a pass rush, because we will have a rook and a washed up safety back there.

hopefully Mike Green comes around this year.
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Postby Timbathia » Tue Mar 06, 2007 5:22 pm

Soft, cowardly decision by Kerney so common in today's NFL.

He would rather play in a CFL-standard division in the easy-conference, rather than play for a good team in a tough division in the hard conference. I guess the thought of teeing off on Alex Smith and Leinart twice a year behind those high-school o-lines was too much to pass up on.

Too many guys just want cash and the easy road. Where are all the guys that play for the challenge gone?
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Postby Alkaholik » Tue Mar 06, 2007 6:54 pm

Timbathia wrote:Soft, cowardly decision by Kerney so common in today's NFL.

He would rather play in a CFL-standard division in the easy-conference, rather than play for a good team in a tough division in the hard conference. I guess the thought of teeing off on Alex Smith and Leinart twice a year behind those high-school o-lines was too much to pass up on.

Too many guys just want cash and the easy road. Where are all the guys that play for the challenge gone?


Maybe because he wanted a ring.
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Postby deerayfan072 » Tue Mar 06, 2007 7:02 pm

The Bucs offered him a deal when he came, and apperantly he laughed at it and told them to get back to him when they were serious and then he went to SEA
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Postby mrblitz » Tue Mar 06, 2007 7:59 pm

SeaWolf wrote:Nice! ;-D :-D

Bye, bye Wistrom? :-?


I think you may be right. Very nice signing. Will have a great year.
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Postby eman » Tue Mar 06, 2007 10:12 pm

Timbathia wrote:Soft, cowardly decision by Kerney so common in today's NFL.

He would rather play in a CFL-standard division in the easy-conference, rather than play for a good team in a tough division in the hard conference. I guess the thought of teeing off on Alex Smith and Leinart twice a year behind those high-school o-lines was too much to pass up on.

Too many guys just want cash and the easy road. Where are all the guys that play for the challenge gone?


Someone's bitter.
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Postby fantasizing » Tue Mar 06, 2007 10:30 pm

Timbathia wrote:Soft, cowardly decision by Kerney so common in today's NFL.

He would rather play in a CFL-standard division in the easy-conference, rather than play for a good team in a tough division in the hard conference. I guess the thought of teeing off on Alex Smith and Leinart twice a year behind those high-school o-lines was too much to pass up on.

Too many guys just want cash and the easy road. Where are all the guys that play for the challenge gone?


Wasn't it Alex Smith and his CFL-standard SF 49ers that knocked the tough, hard Denver Broncos out of the playoffs this past season? Seattle's got a much better shot at winning the superbowl than the Broncoes.
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Postby Timbathia » Wed Mar 07, 2007 1:33 am

eman wrote:
Timbathia wrote:Soft, cowardly decision by Kerney so common in today's NFL.

He would rather play in a CFL-standard division in the easy-conference, rather than play for a good team in a tough division in the hard conference. I guess the thought of teeing off on Alex Smith and Leinart twice a year behind those high-school o-lines was too much to pass up on.

Too many guys just want cash and the easy road. Where are all the guys that play for the challenge gone?


Someone's bitter.


So you saw through me hey.
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Postby Timbathia » Wed Mar 07, 2007 1:38 am

fantasizing wrote:
Timbathia wrote:Soft, cowardly decision by Kerney so common in today's NFL.

He would rather play in a CFL-standard division in the easy-conference, rather than play for a good team in a tough division in the hard conference. I guess the thought of teeing off on Alex Smith and Leinart twice a year behind those high-school o-lines was too much to pass up on.

Too many guys just want cash and the easy road. Where are all the guys that play for the challenge gone?


Wasn't it Alex Smith and his CFL-standard SF 49ers that knocked the tough, hard Denver Broncos out of the playoffs this past season? Seattle's got a much better shot at winning the superbowl than the Broncoes.


Yeah, so whats your point. Well, alright you got me.

Last year was a season of transition, new QB, all-pro MLB out injured, etc. etc.,"insert never ending string of excuses in here", etc.

The Broncos will hands down be a better team that Seattle this year. The only reason that Seattle MAY have any shot at all of the playoffs is because of the free-pass to the divsion title (though that being said, the 49ers will probably win the division).

I see the Broncos winning the superbowl either this year or next. Write it down.
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Postby SeaWolf » Wed Mar 07, 2007 11:05 am

Timbathia wrote:
fantasizing wrote:
Timbathia wrote:Soft, cowardly decision by Kerney so common in today's NFL.

He would rather play in a CFL-standard division in the easy-conference, rather than play for a good team in a tough division in the hard conference. I guess the thought of teeing off on Alex Smith and Leinart twice a year behind those high-school o-lines was too much to pass up on.

Too many guys just want cash and the easy road. Where are all the guys that play for the challenge gone?


Wasn't it Alex Smith and his CFL-standard SF 49ers that knocked the tough, hard Denver Broncos out of the playoffs this past season? Seattle's got a much better shot at winning the superbowl than the Broncoes.


Yeah, so whats your point. Well, alright you got me.

Last year was a season of transition, new QB, all-pro MLB out injured, etc. etc.,"insert never ending string of excuses in here", etc.

The Broncos will hands down be a better team that Seattle this year. The only reason that Seattle MAY have any shot at all of the playoffs is because of the free-pass to the divsion title (though that being said, the 49ers will probably win the division).

I see the Broncos winning the superbowl either this year or next. Write it down.


What the heck are you smoking? You have a second year QB. Yes there have been have been some second year QB successess. Last year we had many injurys. This year the Hawks will be back to the '05 form and make another Super Bowl run, while Denver watches from home.
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