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moe szyslak

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  1. i just finished watching it on DVR. i liked it. i've always liked Noah Wyle and i'll watch anything with Sarah Carter in it.
  2. http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/insider/columns/story?columnist=joyner_kc&id=5950497 As high a profile as quarterbacks command in the NFL, it is a still a position where very good players can end up overlooked. History affords multiple examples of this. Ken Anderson, Cincinnati's superb quarterback from the 1970s and '80s, placed eighth in the league in passer rating in 1973 and led the league in that category in 1974. Neither of those were enough to get him Pro Bowl recognition. He didn't achieve that status until he repeated his league leading status in passer rating in 1975. Dan Fouts we
  3. Ross Tucker from ESPN gave his on his pod cast last week. he had: Offense: Ryan Turner White Clabo Mughelli Dahl Defense: Abraham Lofton
  4. i thought he did a good job the first game but this week i did think he was aweful. and man **** Stockton was a great announcer at one time but it is sad to listen to him now. he just gets everything wrong now.
  5. that's funny. we have been 3 bad teams so far too.
  6. no argument but Curtis Lofton played a great game too leading the defense and having 9 tackles, a sack, a TFL, an int and a pass defensed.
  7. i honestly thought before clicking on this thread that it was a joke thread making fun of the overreaction. oh well.
  8. probably because he is the best football writer around and his monday morning QB column gets arounf 2 million hits a week. pretty good reason to keep your job.
  9. i absolutely loved Today's special
  10. Holy Crap! i just did Core Synergistics for the first time. that made Plyometrics look easy!
  11. my back and my obliques were sore but nothing else got very sore for me. i was working out with heavy weights though 4 days a week before i started though.
  12. do you guys use weights or resistance bands?
  13. i just finished my first week. i really like it a lot. if i have a criticism though it would be not enough chest but that is just my love for doing chest work. I didn't think i was going to like tony after i watched the introduction video but he is great and keeps you motivated but isn't annoying at all like more fitness motivators are. (I'm looking at you Tony Little!)
  14. you think Dominique was better than Tim Duncan? i hope you don't really think that. Duncan is a top 10 all time player and the best power forward ever. there is no comparison. Garnett and Kidds over all game brought more to a team than Wilkins did. he was a great scorer but he did not play near the defense or team game that both Garnett and Kidd did and Wilkins did not make players around him better as both Garnett and Kidd do/did. they will both be considered better all around players when their career is done.
  15. i think his career is better than Grant hill's just because he was healthier but had Hill not had the injuries he would have been an all-time great.
  16. you get no argument from me though now i doubt he would be with Duncan, Kobe, Garnett, Kidd, etc. now added to the list all of which are better than Carter too.
  17. my mom thinks i'm crazy but i liked the movie "The Firm" better than the book.
  18. That's possible but he is not better than Dominique. and Dominique wasn't one of the 50 at 50 so i doubt it.
  19. i don't think he is close to top 50. I know it's just one person's opinion but Bill Simmons ranked him 83rd best ever. just ahead of Connie Hawkins and Cliff Hagan and just behind Chris Mullin and Dave Bing. Also just for reference Tracy McGrady was 75 and Dominique was 55.
  20. What this confirms to me is that neither type of defense is superior to the other. they are just different. you can have a great defense in either scheme and you can have a bad defense in either scheme. what matters is the players and if they fit the scheme they are in and the talent of the coaches. if you have good players that fit the scheme and they are well coached they will be a good defense regardless of the scheme.
  21. Well i'll be the lone dissenter then. i don't think he is anywhere close to hall of fame level. he has all the talent but he was about as soft as a basketball player can be. he peaked as a player when he was 24. he shrinks like no other "star" player in the clutch. he has never made a single team mate better. his own team mates have gone on record calling him overrated. his teams through out his career has done as well if not better when he was injured which was quite often. he never plays defense. slam dunk contests and highlights don't a hall of famer make. he has averaged only 60
  22. because offensive coordinator would be a significant promotion and a lot more money. the same reason most people change jobs.
  23. Ours is tomorrow. We are going for lunch then a Texas hold 'em tournament for gift cards.
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