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PhenomJay

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  1. Jason Whitlock sucks... at least he didn't play the race card.
  2. Stanford Routt can't play zone defense, can't locate the ball ( sound familiar? ), and is heavily penalized. He's a fit on a lot of teams, but not this one. Oakland dumped him because of salary cap, KC dumped him because man coverage is all he does
  3. Nothing new, Harbaugh loves to say dumb crap to take the focus off his team. "Alex Smith is one of the top 5 qbs in the NFL" "Randy Moss is the best receiver on our team" "We never tried to sign Peyton Manning"
  4. Vic Tafur, Raiders insider on 95.7 the Game hinted that the Raiders will be running "early and often" and also to "not be surprised if you see some old power plays from the Hue Jackson playbook" to help get the ground game "kick started" Sounds pretty clear what they are trying to do, come to ATL and establish the run. Will be a good game if they can run the ball, an embarrassing blowout if they can't. Go Falcons
  5. lol you guys are silly. Dmac is a terrific back, but not so terrific in the ZBS. Last year in Hue Jackson's power running scheme he ripped the league apart before his Lisfranc injury. His rookie year he struggled in the ZBS, then led by Tom Cable and that guy we all love Greg Knapp. Guess who is the Raiders offensive coordinator? Falcons in a laugher.. 35-10 and it will only get to that because mike Smith is a class act, not Sean Payton. I remember the last time we played the Raiders, I attended the game at O.CO and couldn't get excited during the game because it looked like the Falcons were playing against a high school team.. it was really that bad. Meangelo's last game in silver and black, if I remember correctly.
  6. He couldn't figure out 3rd and 15 but somehow knows what plays the Eagles are running.
  7. hes still a joke who doesnt take his craft, the game, or his fans seriously.
  8. Dude, take a look at your title, in Dmitroff I trust. Please trust that the man knows what hes doing, and if you think that he'll pay superdupermillions to Peppers just to get him you are wrong. If hes attainable for a reasonable amount, a reasonable incentive laden and front heavy contract, theres zero reason to not want him. The dline would instantly be improved over drafting a rookie / waiting for Anderson to wake up / or some other alternative. This move if done the right way, (which I believe is the only way our FO currently operates) its a win win for everyone.
  9. All due respect to ray edwards, but hes not the athlete peppers is. Edwards benefits from being on the opposite side of Jared Allen. Peppers has just himself.
  10. His career has sported over 10 sacks every year but 2. but maybe you're right, I should only count the games against the Saints and those 4 playoff games, cuz that would tell the whole story.
  11. division rival games rarely pan out how they "should" the mans body of work for his career speaks volumes. Familiarity with the opponent, coaching and schemes all help in reducing his impact.
  12. Loved Schaubie when he was here, very glad hes performing at a high level. I personally am not feeling bad we moved him. There again, if we had drafted Dorsey at 3, Im sure Id be singing a different tune
  13. You make some valid points, but let me counter with a few points myself. fans and this board : this stuff happens to every fan base. "I want X player to come here" "This guy will make us unstoppable" "X is the factor that will bring us closer to the super bowl" Peppers and money : given that Roger Goodell almost seemed to concede a uncapped year, who really cares about money and the cap for 2010? Peppers and his age : Yeah, very valid points and I would normally be right there with you EXCEPT for one man, and his initials are TG. Its no secret that Gonzalez wants to win, and our window for retaining the future HOFer is small and only gets smaller every passing year. I say if hes interested in coming here, and he wants to play hard (especially against the Panthers) I say bring him in.
  14. who really knows what will shake out, but if Holmgren decides that neither Anderson or Brady is his man I wouldnt be surprised if he passed Haden for a QB. Which then leaves it imminently possible that he *could* slip to us, but not likely. A look at who picks after the Browns are : Oakland - who the **** knows what they will pick, but it very well could be Haden Bills - given their offense and their problems, doubtful Broncos - with Marshall looking like hes on the way out and Bryant maybe still available Jaguars - could possibly, but I would think Del Rio has other pressing needs on D Dolphins - already have a young dynamic duo of corners Of the batch of teams picking next, the only other team I would *think* pick haden might be the Niners, to who I think would either trade down due to financial reasons, or pick to bolster their oline. Haden doesnt make much sense for the Titans and Steelers I dont think, but then again who the heck knows.
  15. Id have to agree with this one. Growing up in the bay area also made it no small feat to remain a Falcon fan throughout my childhood. But on this list, its the Yucs
  16. insightful, provocative and highly intelligent, its clear now that you have a mind as sharp as a bowling ball Nobody denied the score dummy. Matter of fact, I haven't denied anything other than you Saints "fans" have no grasp of reality when it comes to Brees last week. Worry not, after the Super Bowl, he'll show you that his "performance" last week was no fluke hopefully the Colts can turn the ball over with the same efficiency as the Vikings did. Come back to this board in 2 weeks and Ill have a warm fresh cup ready for you. You take your STFU with sugar?
  17. Yet another Saints fan that cant argue facts, only spew more senseless garbage that isnt relevant. You and the rest of these bandwagon Saints fans that arent responding to my Brees points speaks volumes about how confident you guys really are. Well Im glad Icecrusher put me in my place, considering the Saints history is so successful right? how many postseason wins again? Give me a break you bandwagon jumper and maybe next year pick a more trendy team to follow. Matter of fact, come middle of 3rd quarter in the Super Bowl when that Saints wagon starts skidding to a halt, dont jump off too quick now son you might hurt yourself
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