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The fact that he made it through minicamps and OTAs without getting cut must mean that the Falcons' coaching staff and front office are really, really high on this guy. Plus, look what they wrote about him on the official website...

"Brittingham, 6-0, 203 pounds, is the all-time leading rusher and scorer in school and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) history, ending his career with 5,689 rushing yards and 6,867 all-purpose yards. He was one of the nine national finalists for the Harlon Hill Award as the nation s top Division II player last season."

Combine that with the fact that neither Turner, Norwood or Snelling have ever been a starting RB in the NFL, and it becomes clear that Brittingham has just as much chance of being the #1 guy as either of them.

I say he moves up to #2 by the end of training camp and becomes our feature back by game three of the regular season.

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cooperbh (6/25/2008)
The fact that he made it through minicamps and OTAs without getting cut must mean that the Falcons' coaching staff and front office are really, really high on this guy. Plus, look what they wrote about him on the official website...

"Brittingham, 6-0, 203 pounds, is the all-time leading rusher and scorer in school and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) history, ending his career with 5,689 rushing yards and 6,867 all-purpose yards. He was one of the nine national finalists for the Harlon Hill Award as the nation s top Division II player last season."

Combine that with the fact that neither Turner, Norwood or Snelling have ever been a starting RB in the NFL, and it becomes clear that Brittingham has just as much chance of being the #1 guy as either of them.

I say he moves up to #2 by the end of training camp and becomes our feature back by game three of the regular season.

Didn't know this guy was on the roster....but I'd say he's a training camp body just like Harrington...Harrington will get cut before this guy...:cool:

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cooperbh (6/25/2008)
215FalconsFanatic (6/25/2008)
And i say Cocaine is a helluva drug

You're obviously a fan of East Shroudsburg or Kutztown. Stop being a hater and talkin' outta your azz.

Well, if he's talking out his azz, then you must be singing an opera from yours.

If Brittingham even makes the practice squad it would be a miracle.

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cooperbh (6/25/2008)
The fact that he made it through minicamps and OTAs without getting cut must mean that the Falcons' coaching staff and front office are really, really high on this guy. Plus, look what they wrote about him on the official website...

"Brittingham, 6-0, 203 pounds, is the all-time leading rusher and scorer in school and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) history, ending his career with 5,689 rushing yards and 6,867 all-purpose yards. He was one of the nine national finalists for the Harlon Hill Award as the nation s top Division II player last season."

Combine that with the fact that neither Turner, Norwood or Snelling have ever been a starting RB in the NFL, and it becomes clear that Brittingham has just as much chance of being the #1 guy as either of them.

I say he moves up to #2 by the end of training camp and becomes our feature back by game three of the regular season.

Didn't know this guy was on the roster....but I'd say he's a training camp body just like Harrington...Harrington will get cut before this guy...:cool:

RUSHING   GP  Att Gain Loss  Net Avg  TD Long Avg/G

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Jamar Brittingham   10  244 1493 58 1435 5.9  23 87 143.5

:Whistling:

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cooperbh (6/25/2008)
The fact that he made it through minicamps and OTAs without getting cut must mean that the Falcons' coaching staff and front office are really, really high on this guy. Plus, look what they wrote about him on the official website...

"Brittingham, 6-0, 203 pounds, is the all-time leading rusher and scorer in school and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) history, ending his career with 5,689 rushing yards and 6,867 all-purpose yards. He was one of the nine national finalists for the Harlon Hill Award as the nation s top Division II player last season."

Combine that with the fact that neither Turner, Norwood or Snelling have ever been a starting RB in the NFL, and it becomes clear that Brittingham has just as much chance of being the #1 guy as either of them.

I say he moves up to #2 by the end of training camp and becomes our feature back by game three of the regular season.

Didn't know this guy was on the roster....but I'd say he's a training camp body just like Harrington...Harrington will get cut before this guy...:cool:

RUSHING   GP  Att Gain Loss  Net Avg  TD Long Avg/G

----------------------------------------------------------------

Jamar Brittingham   10  244 1493 58 1435 5.9  23 87 143.5

:Whistling:

Ok...so this is your guy...?  The guy you believe that will leap frog over all the establish RBs ahead of him...huh? 

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cooperbh (6/25/2008)
215FalconsFanatic (6/25/2008)
And i say Cocaine is a helluva drug

You're obviously a fan of East Shroudsburg or Kutztown. Stop being a hater and talkin' outta your azz.

Well, if he's talking out his azz, then you must be singing an opera from yours.

If Brittingham even makes the practice squad it would be a miracle.

:w00t::hehe::D

I can only say, "Wait until the pads get put on because nobody's winning a starting position until then!"

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cooperbh (6/25/2008)
The fact that he made it through minicamps and OTAs without getting cut must mean that the Falcons' coaching staff and front office are really, really high on this guy. Plus, look what they wrote about him on the official website...

"Brittingham, 6-0, 203 pounds, is the all-time leading rusher and scorer in school and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) history, ending his career with 5,689 rushing yards and 6,867 all-purpose yards. He was one of the nine national finalists for the Harlon Hill Award as the nation s top Division II player last season."

Combine that with the fact that neither Turner, Norwood or Snelling have ever been a starting RB in the NFL, and it becomes clear that Brittingham has just as much chance of being the #1 guy as either of them.

I say he moves up to #2 by the end of training camp and becomes our feature back by game three of the regular season.

Didn't know this guy was on the roster....but I'd say he's a training camp body just like Harrington...Harrington will get cut before this guy...:cool:

RUSHING   GP  Att Gain Loss  Net Avg  TD Long Avg/G

----------------------------------------------------------------

Jamar Brittingham   10  244 1493 58 1435 5.9  23 87 143.5

:Whistling:

Ok...so this is your guy...?  The guy you believe that will leap frog of all the establish RBs ahead of him...huh? 

Oh, the irony...

Ahem! Uh, anyway...

Who's established? Turner, Norwood and Snelling are all career backups. Plus, just look at those stats!

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grrrillapmp (6/25/2008)
Man how can you not love our message board.

Thanks guy, it put a smile on my face.

This actually was pretty funny.

For those in the cheap seats, this whole thing has been a joke on all the people who get WAY over-excited about some undrafted free agent or training camp body before anything has happened and post half a dozen threads about how he'll revolutionize whatever position he plays.

Direwolf

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cooperbh (6/25/2008)
The fact that he made it through minicamps and OTAs without getting cut must mean that the Falcons' coaching staff and front office are really, really high on this guy. Plus, look what they wrote about him on the official website...

"Brittingham, 6-0, 203 pounds, is the all-time leading rusher and scorer in school and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) history, ending his career with 5,689 rushing yards and 6,867 all-purpose yards. He was one of the nine national finalists for the Harlon Hill Award as the nation s top Division II player last season."

Combine that with the fact that neither Turner, Norwood or Snelling have ever been a starting RB in the NFL, and it becomes clear that Brittingham has just as much chance of being the #1 guy as either of them.

I say he moves up to #2 by the end of training camp and becomes our feature back by game three of the regular season.

Great Post!

Creativity: A+

Subtlety: A

Keeping a straight (virtual) face: A+

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cooperbh (6/25/2008)
The fact that he made it through minicamps and OTAs without getting cut must mean that the Falcons' coaching staff and front office are really, really high on this guy. Plus, look what they wrote about him on the official website...

"Brittingham, 6-0, 203 pounds, is the all-time leading rusher and scorer in school and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) history, ending his career with 5,689 rushing yards and 6,867 all-purpose yards. He was one of the nine national finalists for the Harlon Hill Award as the nation s top Division II player last season."

Combine that with the fact that neither Turner, Norwood or Snelling have ever been a starting RB in the NFL, and it becomes clear that Brittingham has just as much chance of being the #1 guy as either of them.

I say he moves up to #2 by the end of training camp and becomes our feature back by game three of the regular season.

Great Post!

Creativity: A+

Subtlety: A

Keeping a straight (virtual) face: A+

He'd come off better just saying "I hate Shockley"....LOL!!!  :w00t:

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cooperbh (6/25/2008)
The fact that he made it through minicamps and OTAs without getting cut must mean that the Falcons' coaching staff and front office are really, really high on this guy. Plus, look what they wrote about him on the official website...

"Brittingham, 6-0, 203 pounds, is the all-time leading rusher and scorer in school and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) history, ending his career with 5,689 rushing yards and 6,867 all-purpose yards. He was one of the nine national finalists for the Harlon Hill Award as the nation s top Division II player last season."

Combine that with the fact that neither Turner, Norwood or Snelling have ever been a starting RB in the NFL, and it becomes clear that Brittingham has just as much chance of being the #1 guy as either of them.

I say he moves up to #2 by the end of training camp and becomes our feature back by game three of the regular season.

 

 

 

OOOHHHHH now i Remember, we signed M. Turner to a huge Free Agent Contract to be warming the bench since an unknown guy comming from unknownland and acquired as a UDFA will be the starter

Get Real!!!! and stop smoking dope it really affect your brains!!!

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cooperbh (6/25/2008)
The fact that he made it through minicamps and OTAs without getting cut must mean that the Falcons' coaching staff and front office are really, really high on this guy. Plus, look what they wrote about him on the official website...

"Brittingham, 6-0, 203 pounds, is the all-time leading rusher and scorer in school and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) history, ending his career with 5,689 rushing yards and 6,867 all-purpose yards. He was one of the nine national finalists for the Harlon Hill Award as the nation s top Division II player last season."

Combine that with the fact that neither Turner, Norwood or Snelling have ever been a starting RB in the NFL, and it becomes clear that Brittingham has just as much chance of being the #1 guy as either of them.

I say he moves up to #2 by the end of training camp and becomes our feature back by game three of the regular season.

 

 

 

OOOHHHHH now i Remember, we signed M. Turner to a huge Free Agent Contract to be warming the bench since an unknown guy comming from unknownland and acquired as a UDFA will be the starter

Get Real!!!! and stop smoking dope it really affect your brains!!![/quote]

:w00t::w00t::w00t::w00t::w00t::w00t::w00t:

 

 

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cooperbh (6/25/2008)
The fact that he made it through minicamps and OTAs without getting cut must mean that the Falcons' coaching staff and front office are really, really high on this guy. Plus, look what they wrote about him on the official website...

"Brittingham, 6-0, 203 pounds, is the all-time leading rusher and scorer in school and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) history, ending his career with 5,689 rushing yards and 6,867 all-purpose yards. He was one of the nine national finalists for the Harlon Hill Award as the nation s top Division II player last season."

Combine that with the fact that neither Turner, Norwood or Snelling have ever been a starting RB in the NFL, and it becomes clear that Brittingham has just as much chance of being the #1 guy as either of them.

I say he moves up to #2 by the end of training camp and becomes our feature back by game three of the regular season.

Great Post!

Creativity: A+

Subtlety: A

Keeping a straight (virtual) face: A+

He'd come off better just saying "I hate Shockley"....LOL!!!  :w00t:

No more - I've finally been converted. Thanks to you and all the other non-haters for helping me see that, in the magical state of GA, the impossible is not only possible, but probable.

I'm gonna go buy my #40 Brittingham jersey now.

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cooperbh (6/25/2008)
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cooperbh (6/25/2008)
The fact that he made it through minicamps and OTAs without getting cut must mean that the Falcons' coaching staff and front office are really, really high on this guy. Plus, look what they wrote about him on the official website...

"Brittingham, 6-0, 203 pounds, is the all-time leading rusher and scorer in school and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) history, ending his career with 5,689 rushing yards and 6,867 all-purpose yards. He was one of the nine national finalists for the Harlon Hill Award as the nation s top Division II player last season."

Combine that with the fact that neither Turner, Norwood or Snelling have ever been a starting RB in the NFL, and it becomes clear that Brittingham has just as much chance of being the #1 guy as either of them.

I say he moves up to #2 by the end of training camp and becomes our feature back by game three of the regular season.

Great Post!

Creativity: A+

Subtlety: A

Keeping a straight (virtual) face: A+

He'd come off better just saying "I hate Shockley"....LOL!!!  :w00t:

No more - I've finally been converted. Thanks to you and all the other non-haters for helping me see that, in the magical state of GA, the impossible is not only possible, but probable.

I'm gonna go buy my #40 Brittingham jersey now.

How about the worst QB in the league for every season since the merger?
QuarterbackYearTeamANY/ARating
Trent Dilfer2007SFO2.09-754
Andrew Walter2006OAK2.69-764
Kyle Orton2005CHI2.97-815
A.J. Feeley2004MIA3.15-806
Joey Harrington2003DET3.56-738
Okay, I know what you're all waiting for.  Let's get to the career list.
QuarterbackAttRate
Joey Harrington2538-2129

:w00t::D:D:w00t::w00t::w00t::P:P:P:w00t::w00t::w00t::smooooth:

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