hwkyetkd11 wrote:I am very surprised by how quickly a player can go from Godlike standing to middl eof th epack due to one bad season due to injuries. For the past five years or so Faulk ha sbeen like a god, no question of whow as first to go! Then he has aproblem with his knee and is hampoered by it for half of two seasons. Then he came back healthy last yeara nd tor eit up old Faulk style showing he is still the man! Yet we are still hung up over one injury tht has been remedied and rankin ghim in some cases lower than top ten.l faulk is still a top 5 rb and will do it again this year, quote me on that!
first of all slow down on the typing you are misspelling like every word...
but anyway I would not elevate M Faulk to the "god" status he has hardly impressed me that much. Look at guys like J Lewis (almost broke single season yardage record) and Da Priest (TDs in a year record set). Those are way better than Faulk was 4+ years ago.
Also, I don't think these pampered. spoiled, filfy sticken rich athletes need to be called "gods".... especially when they want to leave a team they won 2 super bowls with!!! (Ty Law)
But if anyone wants to dub someone a god it should be none other than RANDY MOSS!!!!