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redwing5


Joined: 23 Feb 2005
Posts: 552
Location: Downers Grove, IL
PostPosted: Sun May 07, 2006 10:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

QB Grossman vs. Griese
Rex wins b/c the coachs will give it to him, i think he would win out right nyway though
Week 8: Rex

RB Jones vs. Benson
Jones will come in and prove something to all of us by kicking arse
Week 8: Benson
b/c Jones will have run himself so ragged he will be out for 4 weeks b/c of fatigue allowing Benson to come in and then they will rotate when jones gets back

G Metcalf vs. Garza
Metcalf is just solid IMO and will win
Week 8: Metcalf

TE Day vs. Clark
Clark b/c of expirence
Week 8: Day
He will force himself in b/c Clarck cant catch

WR Berrian vs Bradley
Berrian will come in and win w/ ease he is gonna show everyone his talent b/c he has been working real hard his offseaon and Bradley will be coming off an injury which will set him back allowing Berrian to prove himself
Week 8: Berrian Twisted Evil

CB Tillman vs. R. Manning
Tillman was also mad about his play and has worked his arse off this offseason and will have a huge chip on his shoulder but look for manning to make it close
Week 8: Tillman
We will be talking about this guy like we used to: Pro bowl potential player

S Harris vs D. Manning
Harris will be given a run for his $ but will win w/ expirence on his side
Week 8: Manning
This kid will rock you socks off with his game speed

LB Hillenmeyer vs. Williams
Williams will prove to be another late rounddefensive gem
Week 8: Williams
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rub10


Joined: 19 Mar 2005
Posts: 7187
Location: Chicago / THE Ohio State University
PostPosted: Sun May 07, 2006 10:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

what about

Gould vs that one kicker we picked up that was supposed to be pretty good

Hester VS Manning on KRs
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Midway Monster


Joined: 23 Mar 2006
Posts: 547
Location: Wisconsin
PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2006 9:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Los Osos wrote:
GRRLacher wrote:
NVasher wrote:
Dusty the Alcholic has no chance at beating out Scott..

That's a pretty unfair statement Vash.... Dusty is not an alcoholic. No more of one than anyone who partied a little to much in college and made a mistake. He learned that he can't control his anger when he drinks, so he stopped. Two years now I believe. That's not an alcoholic.


The alcoholic jokes are getting old. Alcoholism really isn't funny. A exerpt from the times:

Losing football was the impetus Dvoracek needed to turn his life around. A smart guy who scored a 41 out of a possible 50 on the Wonderlic test -- the highest score of anyone attending the Indianapolis scouting combine -- Dvoracek put two and two together and realized booze was the problem. He attended a court-ordered six-week course on anger control, went through extensive counseling for alcohol problems and wound up being reinstated to the team and regaining his captain's band.

Yeah, I've gotta say kudos to the man for turning his life around. Many people say they are going to change, but not many people actually do it. The whole drinking issue with Dvorachek I discovered was grossly overhyped by the media once I read into it. Give the guy a chance.
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BearsWIN


Joined: 04 Jan 2006
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Location: Bellvega$, IL
PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2006 11:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Los Osos wrote:
The alcoholic jokes are getting old. Alcoholism really isn't funny.

No kidding. All I hear around here is the "Claude Wroten is a pothead" comments. Wroten and Dvoracek are no different than 99% of the college football players I've known. The difference is that they're names are in the spotlight b/c of the school they played at and more importantly, they got caught.

Steroids and hard drugs (meth, blow, etc) would be a MUCH bigger concern to me.
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Pdogg


Joined: 22 Feb 2005
Posts: 297
Location: Cali
PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2006 11:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You guys keep saying we have a #1 cb and a #2 cb. In the cover 2 corners don't flip the field or spy a certain reciever all game. Tillman will keep his job until the season starts but if he continues to have a problem with speed recievers Manning will take his job.
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