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Old April 23, 2009, 04:14 PM
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Default The Official 2009-2010 NFL Thread

Well I guess I'll start this thread off with some GREAT news about the Falcons. WE GOT TONY GONZALEZ!!!! And the funny thing is that all we gave up was NEXT YEAR's 2nd round pick! Experts are saying that the Falcons now truely have a top 5 offense. If we can sure up the defense through the draft, Falcons will be strong Superbowl contenders!

Oh and btw, the draft is in a couple of days in case no one knew .
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Old April 23, 2009, 04:33 PM
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Guaranteeing falcons will not win division this year.
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Old April 23, 2009, 09:03 PM
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Raiders Raiders Raiders!! It is time....
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Old April 26, 2009, 01:44 PM
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Old April 27, 2009, 10:53 AM
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Picking 32nd is no fun, but such is the life of a champion..oh well..getting used to it..
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Old April 27, 2009, 10:28 PM
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Definitely one of the wackier drafts I've followed. The Bengals had by far the best time out there, but a couple of other teams (namely the Lions and Eagles) came out of it looking pretty good too. I've given up on predicting Patriot picks because BB is so far beyond any other think tank out their that it makes it utterly useless. I dont have a clue how things will pan out, but I'm not minding the Brandon Tate, Patrick Chung and Julian Edelman picks. I would have loved to see Pat White in a Patriots jersey though ...

Btw, who else thinks Al Davis is going senile? Its almost like hes got an active intent to ruin the Raiders franchise... Drafting some guy named Michael Mitchell, in the SECOND ROUND! Why not just draft Usain Bolt in. Its obvious thats what Davis' definition of the ideal football player is...
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Old April 28, 2009, 12:09 AM
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Raiders Raiders Raiders!! It is time....
aie kotha ta mone hoi apnar mukh theke amar jonmer porer din theke shunchi...
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Old April 28, 2009, 10:20 AM
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I know. Al Davis is beyond senile. Their second round pick was not on any board. They could have signed him as rookie free agent after the draft. He likes VERTICAL! How could they pass on Crabtree? Raiders are a joke.

I feel your frustration with Pats picks. Same here with Steelers. Good teams have to be smarter and since their picks are always in later halves of each round ( barring trades ), most picks are picks who are picked not as immediate starters, but somewhere down the line in future. Contrary to the likes of Lions, Bengals etc.their picks are expected to start and help right away. I wanted Percy Harvin, but he was gone by the time we picked.
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Old April 28, 2009, 11:47 AM
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I am not here to defend Al but the Raiders main problem is themselves. I mean players. discipline nai bollei choley. Er shathey crabtree add hoiley it would be party all the time in the locker room with negative output on the field.

But I can't get over Maclin. He was the steal of this years draft and Raiders missed the boat. This season could have been the best season for the Raiders. They won 4 of the last five games. Kansas City, they need two more drafts like this to start winning. Broncos rebuilding QB issue, Chargers still an 8-8 team.

This year was the promise year yet Raiders failed. Usain Bolt would have been better pick in the second round for sure. I think he is practicing with the raiders. 6'5" with that speed ummm!!!!

I am strating to think like Al. It rubs off you know.
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Old April 28, 2009, 12:38 PM
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Uhh..T_E, but don't you think its up to the franchise to evaluate discipline problems of a player? If you keep on picking players with baggage simply because he fits the renegade Raiders style, in a way you are encouraging that type of behavior. So, the buck stops with the owner and not the individual player. Bengals are another franchise that has players that can't stay away from trouble on and off the field. Intersetingly, both of them are bottom fed franchises in NFL.

Get used to watching Crabtree light it up across the Bay! Chargers will easily win the division and should win at least 11 games.
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Favre --> Vikings?

How much Favre is too much Favre?
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aie buira ki aie jibone oboshor nibe nah??
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He has become a joke. I am sick of hearing about him everyday.
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lol @ Brett Favre
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Old July 7, 2009, 03:51 PM
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Sad week for the Titans and Baltimore francise. More like wakeup call for the players on whom they hang around. Steve McNair was shot dead in one of the condomonium he visited. His GF was shot also (dead).
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Old August 15, 2009, 12:35 PM
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NFL Season has officially begun! Or the preseason anyway. Cant wait! The Pats roster is even more stacked this time around compared to the 2007 season. I sense good things to come...
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Old August 15, 2009, 03:15 PM
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Getting ready for another season. Feels great to be on the top of the mountain, looking down at 31 other teams trying to catch up. Yeah..match Six Superbowls first...The greatest franchise of all time is ready to defend its title.

Go Steelers..
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Old August 18, 2009, 01:53 PM
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tuh duh..

the rodeo clown Brett Favre is back again, conveniently after the training camp is over, to sign with the Vikings.
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Any TB Bucs fan here? I think I may be the only one in this forum. I expect a very tough season ahead for the Bucs. With Garcia gone and no proven quarterback amongst the rank to make up his contribution compounded by an aging defense that appears a shadow of the indomitable past, salvaging even 6-7 wins may be a difficult task. I haven't seen much of the Buc's first round draft pick, Josh Freeman but much of offense's future hope resides with his development as a QB. Rahim Morris the first year head coach takes over the reign from the superbowl winning coach John Gruden. Enough said, let the season begin.

Beamer, what's going on with Big Ben? Plenty of shady rumours circulating in the media about his off field antics. Can he still chuck it with these allegations lurking in his mind? How many TDs does he throw this year? Or better yet how many times does he get sacked?

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Who is the bigger joke? Mike Vick or Brett Favre?
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Any TB Bucs fan here? I think I may be the only one in this forum. I expect a very tough season ahead for the Bucs. With Garcia gone and no proven quarterback amongst the rank to make up his contribution compounded by an aging defense that appears a shadow of the indomitable past, salvaging even 6-7 wins may be a difficult task. I haven't seen much of the Buc's first round draft pick, Josh Freeman but much of offense's future hope resides with his development as a QB. Rahim Morris the first year head coach takes over the reign from the superbowl winning coach John Gruden. Enough said, let the season begin.

Beamer, what's going on with Big Ben? Plenty of shady rumours circulating in the media about his off field antics. Can he still chuck it with these allegations lurking in his mind? How many TDs does he throw this year? Or better yet how many times does he get sacked?
Nothing going on. Some body is out to make a quick f.., sorry, buck. What antics? All athletes to some degree mess around with women. No big deal. Once again, Steelers are not about how many TD's or sacks. Seems like lesser franchises and their fans are more worried about that and their fantasy points. . We only care about W's and Superbowl ( remember that thing he won despite all that hating from you early on ).

BTW, nobody is anywhere near the shady rumorville that is your beloved Montreal Canadiens. Gambling, hanging out with mobsters, you name it..
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Old August 19, 2009, 08:26 AM
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I'm gonna stick my neck out there and ask you guys to keep an eye out for Julian Edelman, a seventh round pick out of Kent State. I sense big things from him (if not this year, maybe the next). I've got a feeling he's going to turn out into something pretty special.
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I'm gonna stick my neck out there and ask you guys to keep an eye out for Julian Edelman, a seventh round pick out of Kent State. I sense big things from him (if not this year, maybe the next). I've got a feeling he's going to turn out into something pretty special.
Is that the Wes Walker jr, the Pats drafted?
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