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Looking forward to the games. Nice and cold outside. Good Football weather.

Late Notes -

Boldin is unlikely to play for the Cardinals.

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I'm excited about the games as well. No Cutler. No Bears. I can just enjoy the games.

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How 'bout that Jay Feely?

MVP? :)

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Man has Palmer shit the bed so far.  He's completely letting down his team.

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DaNkinator wrote: Man has Palmer shit the bed so far.  He's completely letting down his team.

I don't know where they'd be without Benson.
I wouldn't count them out yet, but that missed Cincy FG was nice though.

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Benson with the 47 yd TD, Jets 21-14 with 11 minutes left.

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carpetbeggar wrote: DaNkinator wrote: Man has Palmer shit the bed so far.  He's completely letting down his team.

I don't know where they'd be without Benson.
I wouldn't count them out yet, but that missed Cincy FG was nice though.

No doubt, but he's earning his pay today!

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24-14 Jets with 5:47 left..Bengals running out of time.

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Has Palmer always thrown high like this? 

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The Bengals #17 will not have a job come tomorrow morning. :D:D:D:D


Yeah!!!!

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...and Graham blows another FG.

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I dunno what's worse: these 2 teams being in the playoffs or Joe Theismann announcing the game.

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So Carson Lienart, and Sanchez if i told you in 06 who would get their first playoff victory nobody would have said Sanchez

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LAF wrote: I dunno what's worse: these 2 teams being in the playoffs or Joe Theismann announcing the game.
Theismann by a mile

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Yeah!!!

J-E-T-S!!...JETS!...JETS!...JETS!...JETS!!!!!!




Oh and agree about Theisman...ANDGibbs.
What the hell are those two doing an AFC playoff game. They should be doing the Cowboys-Eagles if any at all. They're both atrocious IMO.

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So many announcers out there, and these two are on the fucking B-team??

Good thing NBC just does Sunday night games, I can't imagine that shit lineup

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I find it funny that the 2 teams that forfeited games to the Jets in order to "rest" will now lose to them in the playoffs. Serves them right.

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Shonn Greene looked great. I think Dallas dumps on the Eagles again.

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Kid_Naitch wrote: Shonn Greene looked great. I think Dallas dumps on the Eagles again.

I'm thinking it has a good chance of happening, but I'm rooting for The Eagles to beat them.

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How has nobody mentioned the Michael Vick TD pass yet?  He's starting to look like Philly's secret weapon.

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It was phenomenal, for sure. 

McNabb seems to be struggling big time, either that or the receivers need some elephant jizz.  (see who gets that reference)


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dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: How has nobody mentioned the Michael Vick TD pass yet?  He's starting to look like Philly's secret weapon.
Well, Vick came in and fumbled a handoff, then had an embarrassingly poor effort to get it back.  He's starting to look like Dallas' secret weapon.

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Is this the end of the Reid/McNabb era in Philly? The 70s had the Vikings, the 80s the Broncos, the 90s the Bills, and the 00s the Eagles.

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LAF wrote: Is this the end of the Reid/McNabb era in Philly? The 70s had the Vikings, the 80s the Broncos, the 90s the Bills, and the 00s the Eagles.
They really need a overhaul. Reid will be back since He just signed a 3 year extention. McNabb, I'm not so sure. I think it's 70/30 that McNabb is done and Kolb will be the new starter. Westbrook will be cut and They need some major changes on both sides of the ball. The problem is though, the Eagles organization as a whole, is very arrogant.  One more thing, They deserve all of this since They signed Dog killer Vick. I haven't rooted for the Eagles since Vick has been signed, and will not until Vick is gone, at the very least.

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tofu_chipmunk wrote: dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: How has nobody mentioned the Michael Vick TD pass yet?  He's starting to look like Philly's secret weapon.
Well, Vick came in and fumbled a handoff, then had an embarrassingly poor effort to get it back.  He's starting to look like Dallas' secret weapon.

Naw, that's McNabb.  His "performance" tonight is absolutely pathetic.

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dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: tofu_chipmunk wrote: dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: How has nobody mentioned the Michael Vick TD pass yet?  He's starting to look like Philly's secret weapon.
Well, Vick came in and fumbled a handoff, then had an embarrassingly poor effort to get it back.  He's starting to look like Dallas' secret weapon.

Naw, that's McNabb.  His "performance" tonight is absolutely pathetic.


I also believe he will be the scapegoat and sent packing.

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beejmi wrote: dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: tofu_chipmunk wrote: dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: How has nobody mentioned the Michael Vick TD pass yet?  He's starting to look like Philly's secret weapon.
Well, Vick came in and fumbled a handoff, then had an embarrassingly poor effort to get it back.  He's starting to look like Dallas' secret weapon.

Naw, that's McNabb.  His "performance" tonight is absolutely pathetic.


I also believe he will be the scapegoat and sent packing.
If this happens, it will happen in March, and watch them have an open competition between vick and kolb.

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Great season for the Eagles. I will admit that I thought they tanked a bit last week to get in the Cowboys head. I was pretty nervous going in to the game this week.

Really surprised about the Jets. I liked Buddy Ryan as a coach and I like Rex Ryan even more. I love the attitude.

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BuddyPSHayes wrote: na na NA na

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I was hoping to hear/see this about the Cowboys....jesus, has the media  fallen in love with these guys "suddenly". They act like Homo's a fucking saint now. Wait till next weekend....we'll see how much Dallas fans "worship" Romo and Phillips.

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krazykid18 wrote: beejmi wrote: dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: tofu_chipmunk wrote: dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: How has nobody mentioned the Michael Vick TD pass yet?  He's starting to look like Philly's secret weapon.
Well, Vick came in and fumbled a handoff, then had an embarrassingly poor effort to get it back.  He's starting to look like Dallas' secret weapon.

Naw, that's McNabb.  His "performance" tonight is absolutely pathetic.


I also believe he will be the scapegoat and sent packing.
If this happens, it will happen in March, and watch them have an open competition between vick and kolb.

You really have an unhealthy obsession with Vick. If McNabb ( most likely) is gone, the job will be Kolb's. Vick is getting traded in the off-season. It was going to be a " One and Done" for Vick no matter what. They will trade Him for the best draft pick that They can get.

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brodiescomics wrote: Great season for the Eagles. I will admit that I thought they tanked a bit last week to get in the Cowboys head. I was pretty nervous going in to the game this week.

Really surprised about the Jets. I liked Buddy Ryan as a coach and I like Rex Ryan even more. I love the attitude.

Eagles didn't really have a good season at all. They were 0-5 against teams with winning records this year ( including tonight's Ass Kicking).

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I have to admit that it was great seeing the Birds fail this year. It served Them right.

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freebirdsforever2001 wrote: brodiescomics wrote: Great season for the Eagles. I will admit that I thought they tanked a bit last week to get in the Cowboys head. I was pretty nervous going in to the game this week.

Really surprised about the Jets. I liked Buddy Ryan as a coach and I like Rex Ryan even more. I love the attitude.

Eagles didn't really have a good season at all. They were 0-5 against teams with winning records this year ( including tonight's Ass Kicking).


I thought the Eagles were picking it up a bit in later weeks, but then just hit a team that had their number and was also hot.

I do wonder if the defense was getting a little overly cocky. I was seeing guys pose last night after nice hits or tackles, but even if a 20-yard gain had transpired before the hit. They seemed to let up more yards in general this year.

However I heard last week on the broadcast that they are the 2nd or 3rd youngest team - unless it is the key guys that are all old, maybe a few tweaks will keep them in the mix. Maybe it was McNabb's last year but I have to see it to believe it!

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pjstef wrote: freebirdsforever2001 wrote: brodiescomics wrote: Great season for the Eagles. I will admit that I thought they tanked a bit last week to get in the Cowboys head. I was pretty nervous going in to the game this week.

Really surprised about the Jets. I liked Buddy Ryan as a coach and I like Rex Ryan even more. I love the attitude.

Eagles didn't really have a good season at all. They were 0-5 against teams with winning records this year ( including tonight's Ass Kicking).


I thought the Eagles were picking it up a bit in later weeks, but then just hit a team that had their number and was also hot.

I do wonder if the defense was getting a little overly cocky. I was seeing guys pose last night after nice hits or tackles, but even if a 20-yard gain had transpired before the hit. They seemed to let up more yards in general this year.

However I heard last week on the broadcast that they are the 2nd or 3rd youngest team - unless it is the key guys that are all old, maybe a few tweaks will keep them in the mix. Maybe it was McNabb's last year but I have to see it to believe it!

Exactly  point on analysis, it seems like the NFL is all about matchups and what teams matches with another, the Eagles destroyed the Giants this yr, and the Giants could beat the Cowboys eight out of ten times if they played this yr. Just weird

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As bad as the Giants have been, here's the circle.

Giants own the Cowboys

Cowboys own the Eagles

Eagles own the Giants

Everyone owns the Redskins

Weird.

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And San Diego owns all those bitches

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Seeing Jerry Jones give Bush a high five in the luxury box made a tiny bit of vomit come up. Then NBC had to re-show as they went to commercial. Disgusting.

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5 minutes in and NE down 14-0 due to shit defence, and Brady fucking up.

Edited to Add. Brady just threw an INT at his own 25. Baltimore goes on to score 21-0 with 4 minutes left in the 1st quarter.

NE's run D stinks

...and so does Brady's arm. 2nd INT. Baltimore at the NE 10 yard line about to score again.

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Wow!  The Ravens are just destroying NE.  It looks like a srimmage against a high school team.  That last lateral was sweet.

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I found this funny post by Krazykid from Dec 21

http://sportsandwrestling.mywowbb.com/view_topic.php?id=11484&forum_id=3&jump_to=145629#p145629

beejmi wrote:
"Okay Krazykid I'll play along ~ gimme your top five.
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Patriots

Eagles

Giants

Steelers

Arizona



Let's see. Pats getting assraped so far today. Eagles didn't even try yesterday. Giants...well they stunk so bad when it counted. Steelers choked vs the dregs of the league. That leaves Kidkrazy praying Kurt Warner can do something later today.

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HBF wrote: As bad as the Giants have been, here's the circle.

Giants own the Cowboys

Cowboys own the Eagles

Eagles own the Giants

Everyone owns the Redskins

Weird.

The Redskins were a perfect 0-6 in the division this year.  What are you talking about? :X

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Principal_Raditch wrote: I found this funny post by Krazykid from Dec 21

http://sportsandwrestling.mywowbb.com/view_topic.php?id=11484&forum_id=3&jump_to=145629#p145629

beejmi wrote:
"Okay Krazykid I'll play along ~ gimme your top five.
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Patriots

Eagles

Giants

Steelers

Arizona



Let's see. Pats getting assraped so far today. Eagles didn't even try yesterday. Giants...well they stunk so bad when it counted. Steelers choked vs the dregs of the league. That leaves Kidkrazy praying Kurt Warner can do something later today.

Damn, i got to cocky, this is bad, oh well

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Halftime, 24-7 Ravens

Brady's #'s . 8-17, 38 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT's 1 Fumble lost

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Principal_Raditch wrote: Halftime, 24-7 Ravens

Brady's #'s . 8-17, 38 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT's 1 Fumble lost

Minus the TD, that looks like a JaMarcus stat line.

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Make that 3 INT's

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Strange - I haven't heard any funny Tony Romo comments from you smart asses in a few weeks. :tongue: Anyway - I found this to help ease beejmi's pain over yesterday's loss:


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Ravens DESTROYED Tom Brady

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tofu_chipmunk wrote:
Principal_Raditch wrote: Halftime, 24-7 Ravens

Brady's #'s . 8-17, 38 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT's 1 Fumble lost

Minus the TD, that looks like a JaMarcus stat line.


What are you talking about? Jamarcus was an animal. He lead the Raiders to the playoffs. At least that's what KrazyKid told me.

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krazykid18 wrote:
Principal_Raditch wrote: I found this funny post by Krazykid from Dec 21

http://sportsandwrestling.mywowbb.com/view_topic.php?id=11484&forum_id=3&jump_to=145629#p145629

beejmi wrote:
"Okay Krazykid I'll play along ~ gimme your top five.
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Patriots

Eagles

Giants

Steelers

Arizona



Let's see. Pats getting assraped so far today. Eagles didn't even try yesterday. Giants...well they stunk so bad when it counted. Steelers choked vs the dregs of the league. That leaves Kidkrazy praying Kurt Warner can do something later today.

Damn, i got to cocky, this is bad, oh well


I thought you were banned from the Sports forum.

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The Ultimate Sin wrote: tofu_chipmunk wrote:
Principal_Raditch wrote: Halftime, 24-7 Ravens

Brady's #'s . 8-17, 38 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT's 1 Fumble lost

Minus the TD, that looks like a JaMarcus stat line.


What are you talking about? Jamarcus was an animal. He lead the Raiders to the playoffs. At least that's what KrazyKid told me.

I guess a banana slug technically is an animal.

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Man, I was pulling for AZ going into this game....but I at least expected more of a fight out of GB than this!

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DaNkinator wrote:
Man, I was pulling for AZ going into this game....but I at least expected more of a fight out of GB than this!

It's turning into a slugfest.

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GB's running wild. Even if Arizona does win, they've been exposed and either Minnesota or NO will crush them.

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Kid_Naitch wrote: GB's running wild. Even if Arizona does win, they've been exposed and either Minnesota or NO will crush them.


Umm Minn. got destroyed last time they played, and when Kurt is on fire like that their is no qb better, his accuracy is amazing, his footwork, man Kurt was playing godly like. Rodger was out of his mind. Great Game, and Brees better bring his A game, because Arizona firepower is amazing.

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Kid_Naitch wrote: GB's running wild. Even if Arizona does win, they've been exposed and either Minnesota or NO will crush them.


That ending was AWESOME!!

And you obviously didn't watch Minn get hammered by Chicago or how terrible the Saints have been playing up until their break.

AZ has just as much of a chance beating either team as they do beating them.

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Great game.  Not exactly a purist's wet dream, but an awesome offensive explosion.  GB showed great heart in that as well, they shouldn't hang their heads.

Since NE shit the bed this week, and since ESPN is reporting that Warner may quite possibly retire after the season (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/playoffs/2009/news/story?id=4813241) I think I might have to throw my sentiment behind the Cards for the rest of the playoffs.

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dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: Great game.  Not exactly a purist's wet dream, but an awesome offensive explosion.  GB showed great heart in that as well, they shouldn't hang their heads.

Since NE shit the bed this week, and since ESPN is reporting that Warner may quite possibly retire after the season (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/playoffs/2009/news/story?id=4813241) I think I might have to throw my sentiment behind the Cards for the rest of the playoffs.

Yeah i might have to jump on that bandwagon either behind Sanchez or Warner because i think in all honesty watching Warner play qb is a thing of beauty. It was amazing.

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I'd love to see a Jets versus Arizona SB.

Whoever won that GB/AZ game was who I'd pull for in the NFC.

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HBF wrote: I'd love to see a Jets versus Arizona SB.

Whoever won that GB/AZ game was who I'd pull for in the NFC.

Besides the Cards, I also wouldn't mind seeing the Saints go.  I like Brees a lot, plus if nothing else you've gotta root for the post-Katrina city of New Orleans. 

So long as it's not the Cowboys or--even worse--the Favre led Vikes, I'll be happy.  At this point, I think I'd even root for the Jets over either of those two teams.

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The Ultimate Sin wrote: tofu_chipmunk wrote:
Principal_Raditch wrote: Halftime, 24-7 Ravens

Brady's #'s . 8-17, 38 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT's 1 Fumble lost

Minus the TD, that looks like a JaMarcus stat line.


What are you talking about? Jamarcus was an animal. He lead the Raiders to the playoffs. At least that's what KrazyKid told me.

Richard Seymour said the same thing. Maybe They are one and the same ?

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krazykid18 wrote:
in all honesty watching Warner play qb is a thing of beauty. It was amazing.

Better than Jamarcus? You can't be serious.



 

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Well, being a Giants fan, he can go fuck himself. :D

That being said, he's playing well right now.

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Fuck the Patriots. Nice to see the cheater go away for another year.

"So long Cheater...so long"(clap clap).:D

 

I think it's wonderful to see the Cheater and his team  gone.

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DaNkinator wrote: Kid_Naitch wrote: GB's running wild. Even if Arizona does win, they've been exposed and either Minnesota or NO will crush them.


That ending was AWESOME!!

And you obviously didn't watch Minn get hammered by Chicago or how terrible the Saints have been playing up until their break.

AZ has just as much of a chance beating either team as they do beating them.

AZ's going to need 50 points again because the Saints have to be licking their chops after watching GB shred that D.

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krazykid18 wrote: dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: Great game.  Not exactly a purist's wet dream, but an awesome offensive explosion.  GB showed great heart in that as well, they shouldn't hang their heads.

Since NE shit the bed this week, and since ESPN is reporting that Warner may quite possibly retire after the season (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/playoffs/2009/news/story?id=4813241) I think I might have to throw my sentiment behind the Cards for the rest of the playoffs.

Yeah i might have to jump on that bandwagon either behind Sanchez or Warner because i think in all honesty watching Warner play qb is a thing of beauty. It was amazing.

This may be the first and possibly only time KK and I will ever agree on anything football related. :D

Warner doesn't get enough love, IMO.  Dude is a beast and the Cards are easily my fav team in the NFC.  I'd love to see them go all the way and win a SB (unless it's over the Colts :tongue: ).


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I can easily see the Cardinals beating the Saints next week.

I can also see the Ravens beating the Colts, the Jets beating the Chargers, and the Cowboys beating the Vikings.

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Kurt Warner 29-33 379 5 TDs. Dude had more TDs than incompletions. That is fucking bad ass.

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brodiescomics wrote:
Kurt Warner 29-33 379 5 TDs. Dude had more TDs than incompletions. That is fucking bad ass.


If he had done this a few more times during the regular season (and not gotten hurt and let that scab Leinhart in to play) I'd have finished higher than 8th in my league this year!:X

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Warner is as awesome as anyone when the rubber bands and paper clips holding him together don't snap.

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brodiescomics wrote: Kurt Warner 29-33 379 5 TDs. Dude had more TDs than incompletions. That is fucking bad ass.

That's unbelievable.



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