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Kinzua
07-19-2006, 02:15 PM
Carp homers are spinning Super Bowl fantasies as they await the opening of training camp and the arrival of their very own mythic hero from the land of the Vikings ... they dream of Daunte Culpepper magically healing his mangled knee, learning a new offense (it's not really a new offense so it ought not to be too hard!), and repeating his glorious 2004 season ...

:sidelol: :sidelol: :sidelol:

Here's how it ended: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A14496-2005Jan16.html

That pic of DC is priceless!!! :sidelol: :sidelol: :sidelol:

Here's the text version:


Sea of Lost Opportunities Swallows Up the Vikings
Third-Quarter Woes Costly; Moss a Non-Factor
By Jason La CanforaWashington Post Staff Writer
Monday, January 17, 2005; Page D09
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 16 -- Daunte Culpepper and Randy Moss led Minnesota to victory in Green Bay last weekend -- with Moss capping the display by pretending to drop his pants and moon the Lambeau Field crowd -- but on Sunday the duo failed to produce in the Vikings' biggest game of the season.
After Sunday's loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in the conference semifinals, Culpepper said he was angry at the way his team's season had ended, while Moss was as silent in the locker room as he was on the field, declining to speak to the media.
Minnesota held the ball for more than 11 minutes in the third quarter and ran 23 plays while Philadelphia had nine snaps. The Vikings gained eight first downs to Philadelphia's two and marched into Eagles territory three straight times but failed to score a point, and their opportunity for another postseason upset slipped away.
Culpepper, the Pro Bowl quarterback, threw two crippling interceptions and took a sack to knock his team out of field goal range, Moss, the star wide receiver who was hobbled by a sore ankle, was a non-factor, and the Vikings could not chip away at a 21-7 halftime deficit before falling, 27-14, at Lincoln Financial Field.
So while the Eagles prepare to face Atlanta in what will be their fourth straight NFC championship game, the Vikings are left to contemplate another confusing season, sneaking into the playoffs with an 8-8 record, humbling their longtime rival in Green Bay, then failing to capitalize on repeated opportunities to knock off the NFC's top seed Sunday.
"Offensively, I felt like we left some things on the field," Coach Mike Tice said. "We made some mistakes when we had a little bit of a rhythm going. . . . We didn't finish anything."
Moss never found his way in the offense, catching three balls for 51 yards and dropping at least as many passes. His bad ankle sapped his explosiveness, rendering him a decoy on most patterns. "He's human, too," Culpepper said. Philadelphia aimed to hit Moss as much as possible, and did so with vigor.
"Our guys challenged him," Eagles Coach Andy Reid said. "And when they had an opportunity to make contact with him, they hit him."
As for Culpepper, he managed to make several eye-popping plays in the middle of the field, spinning away from pass rushers and zipping the ball down the sidelines, but as the Vikings neared the end zone his production waned. He completed 24 of 46 passes -- one for a touchdown -- and posted a 63.3 passer rating, his second-worst of the season (and 47 points below his 2004 pace).
"He's a 70 percent passer," said Tice, who played quarterback at Maryland. "Any time somebody holds him under that, either they've done a good job or we're not as crisp as we need to be. And I think it was a combination of both."
The Vikings could have cut into Philadelphia's lead late in the first half with the ball at the 3-yard line. Tice called for a fake field goal, a play he termed "brilliant" and one the team had worked on for two weeks. Moss was supposed to feign going off the field, then run a route to the end zone, but the Vikings would have had 12 players on the field if Moss had not gone out of bounds, which he did. Officials did not detect Tice trying to call a timeout, and holder Gus Frerotte, a backup quarterback and former Redskins starter, did not realize Moss was off the field and threw the ball out of the end zone, with no one open.
"I pretty much felt sick to my stomach out there," Frerotte said. "I knew that we had a touchdown, and [the Eagles] had no idea that it was going to happen."
Minnesota reached the 28 on its opening drive of the second half, then Culpepper's short pass was intercepted by linebacker Ike Reese, who leaped and tipped the ball to himself. Culpepper was picked off at the Philadelphia 34 on the next possession, inexplicably putting his dump-off right in the hands of linebacker Jeremiah Trotter, a former Redskin who was dominant for the Eagles. ("The ball kind of floated on me," Culpepper said.) The quarterback had thrown 131 straight passes without an interception, then threw two in six attempts.
"You've got to try to play mistake-free football," Culpepper said. "And when you do make mistakes, then you've got to do something to compensate for it. You've got to bounce back from it, and that wasn't the case for us today. We didn't make enough plays."
Culpepper directed the Vikings to the 19 on the following drive, then failed to read the blitz properly and took a 12-yard sack that put the team out of field goal range. The Vikings went for it on fourth and 22, and Culpepper forced a ball to Moss in double-coverage in the end zone, and the Eagles went on to add two insurance field goals. Philadelphia's aggressive and deceptive blitz packages kept Culpepper off-balance -- he said Philadelphia and Washington were by far the best defenses he faced this season -- and threw off his timing when it mattered most.
"We had plenty of opportunities," tight end Jermaine Wiggins said. "But we came up a little short. That's the way the world works, sometimes."
This game, with all its fits and starts, was a microcosm of the Vikings' season. They looked to be running away with the NFC North title after a 5-1 start, ended up squeaking into the playoffs and now will begin the mundane tasks of exit interviews and final medical testing.
"That's the thing about the NFL," Tice said. "When it's over, it's over, and then you're scheduling physicals."

Steel954
07-19-2006, 02:42 PM
Its kind of ironic then that the other Pennsylvania NFL franchise is going to take those dreams and delusions of granduer and crush them under J Peezys cleats as Big Ben shreds thier secondary and rips thier thier little teal and orange hearts out. Sept 7th is not going to be a good day to be a fish fan. :lol:

like2god
07-19-2006, 02:58 PM
If you are pinning your hopes on this weak armed, bad decision making pu$$y, good luck to you :lol:

http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/player?statsId=6781

:sidelol:

The Jills offense doesn't scare anybody, unless of course you are a Jills fan and then there are plenty of reasons to be scared. And how is your savior QB ("steal of the draft") coming along in his quest to become the best player to play the position. Well lets check his stats with some of the best to ever play the QB position.

hmmmmm............

STATS................................YARDS......................TDS

DAN MARINO .....................61,361...................... 420

JOE MONTANA ...................40,551...................... 273

BRETT FAVRE.................... 53,471...................... 395

JOHN ELWAY..................... 51,475..................... 300

FRAN TARKENTON.............. 47,003...................... 342

PEYTON MANNING.............. 33,189..................... 242

JP LOSERMAN...................... 1,372........................ 8


If he plays for another 30 years maybe you Jills fans will have something to talk about, then again.....probably not. :lol:

Kinzua
07-19-2006, 03:00 PM
Its kind of ironic then that the other Pennsylvania NFL franchise is going to take those dreams and delusions of granduer and crush them under J Peezys cleats as Big Ben shreds thier secondary and rips thier thier little teal and orange hearts out. Sept 7th is not going to be a good day to be a fish fan. :lol:

I look forward to that day. My hope for the Bills is that they play NE tough, but I don't expect a win. On the other hand, watching the Steelers whip Carpbutt would be almost as good as a Bills' win.

:clap: :clap: :clap:

steeda
07-19-2006, 03:02 PM
I look forward to that day. My hope for the Bills is that they play NE tough, but I don't expect a win. On the other hand, watching the Steelers whip Carpbutt would be almost as good as a Bills' win.

:clap: :clap: :clap:

Better enjoy a Bills win as much as you can this upcoming season, cause they will be few and far between. :clap::clap::clap:

Kinzua
07-19-2006, 03:02 PM
If you are pinning your hopes on this weak armed, bad decision making pu$$y, good luck to you :lol:

http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/player?statsId=6781

:sidelol:

The Jills offense doesn't scare anybody, unless of course you are a Jills fan and then there are plenty of reasons to be scared. And how is your savior QB ("steal of the draft") coming along in his quest to become the best player to play the position. Well lets check his stats with some of the best to ever play the QB position.

hmmmmm............

STATS................................YARDS......................TDS

DAN MARINO .....................61,361...................... 420

JOE MONTANA ...................40,551...................... 273

BRETT FAVRE.................... 53,471...................... 395

JOHN ELWAY..................... 51,475..................... 300

FRAN TARKENTON.............. 47,003...................... 342
PEYTON MANNING.............. 33,189..................... 242

JP LOSERMAN...................... 1,372........................ 8


If he plays for another 30 years maybe you Jills fans will have something to talk about, then again.....probably not. :lol:

Who's talking about Losman? We're talking about Daunte here. You do know who he is??? The qb of the team you supposedly root for?

Kinzua
07-19-2006, 03:07 PM
Better enjoy a Bills win as much as you can this upcoming season, cause they will be few and far between. :clap::clap::clap:

Maybe, maybe not. I don't have any idea of how the Bills will do this season. If a lot of things went right and nothing went wrong, they might wind up 10-6 or 9-7, but somewhere in the 7 or 8 win range seems likely. They are better than last year, but that might not translate into more wins.

Anyways, this thread isn't about the Bills, it's about Daunte and the Carp!

like2god
07-19-2006, 03:12 PM
Its kind of ironic then that the other Pennsylvania NFL franchise is going to take those dreams and delusions of granduer and crush them under J Peezys cleats as Big Ben shreds thier secondary and rips thier thier little teal and orange hearts out. Sept 7th is not going to be a good day to be a fish fan. :lol:

Hey look, Tiny Pecker Boy is back. Where is your trusty sidekick Window Licker????

And no, the irony is that you used words like crush, shred, delusions and rips and you weren't talking about Ben Gay's recent motor scooter injuries. And the word "thier" doesn't exist in the english dictionary. I think maybe you were trying to use the word "their" which has the same letters, just in a different order. I know it's tough keeping track of all of the words that sound the same and trying to remember how they are spelled (there, their, they're) but just keep trying. :up:

cnc66
07-19-2006, 03:15 PM
having nightmares already are you KZ... nightsweats seeing Daunte standing tall, picking you chumps apart... you are SO funny with all this wishful thinking..hurry up, you won't have much more opportunity, get the digs in now...

cnc66
07-19-2006, 03:18 PM
Its kind of ironic then that the other Pennsylvania NFL franchise is going to take those dreams and delusions of granduer and crush them under J Peezys cleats as Big Ben shreds thier secondary and rips thier thier little teal and orange hearts out. Sept 7th is not going to be a good day to be a fish fan. :lol:

hahaha, and who the fuc are you? another crybaby stealers fan... Cinci is going to OWN you this year hahaha

like2god
07-19-2006, 03:19 PM
The qb of the team you supposedly root for?

AHHH YES, THAT'S RIGHT....according to you I am from NYC and I change my story almost as much as you do, right????

Respond to the post in the link below before you open your mouth again and prove what a fool you are. And if you can't.....just shut the f*ck up.

http://www.finheaven.com/boardvb2/showpost.php?p=2616723&postcount=29 (http://www.finheaven.com/boardvb2/showpost.php?p=2616723&postcount=29)

or are you scared to admit that you are wrong????

I bet you ignore it for another week :sidelol:

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Trackstar
07-19-2006, 03:29 PM
Its kind of ironic then that the other Pennsylvania NFL franchise is going to take those dreams and delusions of granduer and crush them under J Peezys cleats as Big Ben shreds thier secondary and rips thier thier little teal and orange hearts out. Sept 7th is not going to be a good day to be a fish fan. :lol:

Do do do do do you have a st st st st st st stuttering problem you little sh*t head?

First off, go back to school. Secondly, just don't go run and hide after the game. The Steelers might just catch an a$$ whipping.

Kinzua
07-19-2006, 03:34 PM
having nightmares already are you KZ... nightsweats seeing Daunte standing tall, picking you chumps apart... you are SO funny with all this wishful thinking..hurry up, you won't have much more opportunity, get the digs in now...

With my good buddy and favorite guard, Bennie Boy, in pass protection???

:sidelol: :sidelol:

Best start Joey against the Steelers so that Daunte will be around for the Bills !!! :sidelol: :sidelol: :sidelol:

Trackstar
07-19-2006, 03:37 PM
Maybe, maybe not. I don't have any idea of how the Bills will do this season. If a lot of things went right and nothing went wrong, they might wind up 10-6 or 9-7, but somewhere in the 7 or 8 win range seems likely. They are better than last year, but that might not translate into more wins.

Anyways, this thread isn't about the Bills, it's about Daunte and the Carp!

Did you even read the article you posted? Daunte went 131 attempts without an interception that season. The guy had a bad game, it's happened to every single QB who as ever played this game. The fact is still that Culpepper has the highest completion % in the NFL period. Even with an off year last season he is still ranked among the top QB's statistically.

What about that article is supposed to make us think otherwise?

retired opfinistic
07-19-2006, 03:42 PM
Here's to hoping the Bill's continue their downward spiral!!!!

Hey Squealer fan, come back after Ben Gay leads you to an 0-1 start.

You forget that the two main factors to your Super Bowl victory won't be there on opening day. The 'Bus' and the officiating team from the big game.

Trackstar
07-19-2006, 03:44 PM
Here's to hoping the Bill's continue their downward spiral!!!!

Hey Squealer fan, come back after Ben Gay leads you to an 0-1 start.

You forget that the two main factors to your Super Bowl victory won't be there on opening day. The 'Bus' and the officiating team from the big game.

Yup. And their passing leader will also be missing, Antwon Randell EL.

retired opfinistic
07-19-2006, 03:56 PM
Yup. And their passing leader will also be missing, Antwon Randell EL.Oh yeah! Snap.

like2god
07-19-2006, 04:05 PM
Here's to hoping the Bill's continue their downward spiral!!!!

Hey Squealer fan, come back after Ben Gay leads you to an 0-1 start.

You forget that the two main factors to your Super Bowl victory won't be there on opening day. The 'Bus' and the officiating team from the big game.

Not to mention that "their" (see how I did that Tiny Pecker Boy, it's spelled "THEIR")......not to mention that their 1st rounder SanQuentin Moss is already looking like a major bust with his maturity level, Randel El has bolted to another team, key free agent losses and Joey Porter is demanding more money. Should be a fun season in SteelTown. :lol:

Ben Gay had the right idea, if you don't want to watch the Steel Curtain crumble.......try to smash your head into the ground or a moving car.

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EBMisfit
07-19-2006, 04:13 PM
Carp homers are spinning Super Bowl fantasies as they await the opening of training camp and the arrival of their very own mythic hero from the land of the Vikings ... they dream of Daunte Culpepper magically healing his mangled knee, learning a new offense (it's not really a new offense so it ought not to be too hard!), and repeating his glorious 2004 season.I'm sure it's Daunte's fault that Moss was hobbled throughout the game or that special teams messed up a chance to score a TD (or at least a FG).

Steel954
07-19-2006, 04:22 PM
Hey look, Tiny Pecker Boy is back. Where is your trusty sidekick Window Licker????

And no, the irony is that you used words like crush, shred, delusions and rips and you weren't talking about Ben Gay's recent motor scooter injuries. And the word "thier" doesn't exist in the english dictionary. I think maybe you were trying to use the word "their" which has the same letters, just in a different order. I know it's tough keeping track of all of the words that sound the same and trying to remember how they are spelled (there, their, they're) but just keep trying. :up:

Thanks for the welcome back. I wouldnt expect such a warm reception from a gender confused fudge pounder like yourself. I see that you can only respond with the same old lame grammar smack since you don't seem to have any real knowledge of football other than that Dante Culpepper is the second coming of D.M. and that the 72 fish went undefeated. Oh, and that your boyfriend loves to wear his beat up, old, knock off Zach Thomas jersey when you fellate him.

Steel954
07-19-2006, 04:31 PM
hahaha, and who the fuc are you? another crybaby stealers fan... Cinci is going to OWN you this year hahaha

Ya....thanks for your prediction. Did that come to you out of nowhere or did you call the psychic network? Since the bungles did such a good job against the Steelers last year in "owning" them I'm sure that the trend will continue in '06. :sidelol: :sidelol: :sidelol:

You should be more concerned about the fish getting out from under the heel of the PATs who will "OWN" the mermaids again this year.





















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Mike13
07-19-2006, 04:38 PM
but somewhere in the 7 or 8 win range seems likely

Keep dreaming, another 4 or 5 win season is more realistic.

I was wondering how long it would be before the Steelers trolls arrived.
Ahhhhhh football season it seems like football season is in the air, it actually smells kind of stank, ohhhh I see Kinzua queefed that explains it.
Anyways welsome to Finheaven blah blah blah. I look foward o a repeat of Toothlesburger's incredible superbowl performance. Maybe the accident caused some brain cells to grow, probably not, one thing's for sure, he won't be geting laid for awhile, he was a fugly guy to begin with and he got worse after the accident.

Back to the topic at hand, everyone has a bad game, in the Bills case, its a ****load of bad games.

Steel954
07-19-2006, 04:43 PM
Do do do do do you have a st st st st st st stuttering problem you little sh*t head?

First off, go back to school. Secondly, just don't go run and hide after the game. The Steelers might just catch an a$$ whipping.

No I don't have a stuttering problem. But once again, thanks to another doll fan for lame grammar smack.

I will definitely be around after the game. I told you girls before that I plan on rubbing salt in your wounds that Thursday night.

By the way, whats is up with gay 70's porn star looking pic in your avatar?

Shula Come Back!
07-19-2006, 04:54 PM
Carp homers are spinning Super Bowl fantasies as they await the opening of training camp and the arrival of their very own mythic hero from the land of the Vikings ... they dream of Daunte Culpepper magically healing his mangled knee, learning a new offense (it's not really a new offense so it ought not to be too hard!), and repeating his glorious 2004 season ...

:sidelol: :sidelol: :sidelol:

Here's how it ended: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...2005Jan16.html (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A14496-2005Jan16.html)

Yeah, it would be a real dissapointment to go to the second round of the playoffs and lose to the team that represents the Super Bowl in your conference! And where do you expect the Bills to be????:lol:

Mike13
07-19-2006, 05:04 PM
No I don't have a stuttering problem. But once again, thanks to another doll fan for lame grammar smack.

I will definitely be around after the game. I told you girls before that I plan on rubbing salt in your wounds that Thursday night.



Do you plan on hanging around after the game if we win? Or are you going to puss out like so many other trolls before you.



You should be more concerned about the fish getting out from under the heel of the PATs who will "OWN

Its not really being owned if you give them a run for thier money and you've actually split the series. Hell, just ask Brady he never has a good game against us.

like2god
07-19-2006, 05:41 PM
HAHA Changing the name of the poster......hmmmmm......where have I seen that before? :hmmm: Oh yeah, now I remember.

http://www.finheaven.com/boardvb2/showpost.php?p=2543027&postcount=68

That was way back on 6/19/06. You trolls really need to get your own material, just pathetic. :shakeno:


Thanks for the welcome back. I wouldnt expect such a warm reception from a gender confused fudge pounder like yourself. I see that you can only respond with the same old lame grammar smack since you don't seem to have any real knowledge of football other than that Dante Culpepper is the second coming of D.M. and that the 72 fish went undefeated. Oh, and that your boyfriend loves to wear his beat up, old, knock off Zach Thomas jersey when you fellate him.

Yeah, that is the Tiny Pecker Boy that I remember, always talking about gay things and trying to hit on me. Bro, if you are looking for a gay little buddy, try the Jills message board. I hear that it is a prerequisite in order to join. OOPS I'm sorry I used another big word. Time for another english lesson.

You see Tiny Pecker Boy, a PREREQUISITE (pre-'re-kw&-z&t) means that it is necessary. OOPS, I did it again, another big word........:shakeno:

Necessary (ne-s&-"ser-e) it means of inevitable na.....:lol:

Wait let me try that again, necessary means logically unavoidab.........DAMN IT, one more time......

Necessary means required. Now if you have any problems understandi :rolleyes2 ......knowing what required means here is a link that will help you out. http://reference.aol.com/dictionary?dword=required&lookupbtn=Look+Up

All you have to do is type in a word (or at least try to, I know spelling isn't your strongest attribut........:lol: , MAN IT'S HARD TALKING TO YOU SO THAT YOU CAN UNDERSTAND WHAT I AM SAYING :sidelol: ). Type in your word and it will tell you what it means. See how easy that is.

I know it is embarrassing (look it up) to not be able to read or spell on an adult level, but there is help for people like you. http://secure.hop.com/category.cfm?&SID=1&Category_ID=1

You really need to work on your spelling before we talk football, I don't want to spell everything phonetically (look it up) and give the meaning of words and phrases like.....

"Steelers lose"
"Moss arrested yet again"
"Porter is crying like a baby for more money"
"Big Ben Gay fell off his big wheel"
"The officials are throwing the game"
"Tiny Pecker Boy is a third rate troll"
"Tiny Pecker Boy is boring without the help of his buddy Window Licker"

Don't be ashamed, try the Hooked on phonics and see if it can help you just like it did for that little kid on the commercial.

Good luck to you Tiny Pecker Boy. :up:

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finintheburgh
07-19-2006, 05:50 PM
Carp homers are spinning Super Bowl fantasies as they await the opening of training camp and the arrival of their very own mythic hero from the land of the Vikings ... they dream of Daunte Culpepper magically healing his mangled knee, learning a new offense (it's not really a new offense so it ought not to be too hard!), and repeating his glorious 2004 season ...

:sidelol: :sidelol: :sidelol:

Here's how it ended: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A14496-2005Jan16.html

That pic of DC is priceless!!! :sidelol: :sidelol: :sidelol:

Here's the text version:

Culpepper, the Pro Bowl quarterback, threw two crippling interceptions and took a sack to knock his team out of field goal range
As for Culpepper, he managed to make several eye-popping plays in the middle of the field, spinning away from pass rushers and zipping the ball down the sidelines, but as the Vikings neared the end zone his production waned. He completed 24 of 46 passes -- one for a touchdown -- and posted a 63.3 passer rating, his second-worst of the season (and 47 points below his 2004 pace
then Culpepper's short pass was intercepted by linebacker Ike Reese, who leaped and tipped the ball to himself. Culpepper was picked off at the Philadelphia 34 on the next possession, inexplicably putting his dump-off right in the hands of linebacker Jeremiah Trotter,
Culpepper directed the Vikings to the 19 on the following drive, then failed to read the blitz properly and took a 12-yard sack that put the team out of field goal range. The Vikings went for it on fourth and 22, and Culpepper forced a ball to Moss in double-coverage in the end zone, and the Eagles went on to add two insurance field goals. Philadelphia's aggressive and deceptive blitz packages kept Culpepper off-balance



dont you know that it is a crime around here to say anything bad about daunte. your gonna get banned. but seriously all you did was post an artical about some of the knocks that we already know.
1 we know he disappears in big games
2. we know he has trouble reading defences
3. we know he holds the ball to long and that causes sacks and fumbles
4. we know he can put up big numbers when its a meaningless game
5. we know he has never been a real winning qb
but we like to hope that this will all change because he is now with us
some of us will be happy to make the playoffs,but i hope im wrong but i know that at the end of the day daunte will break alot of fin fans hearts for along time to come.:boohoo:

Trackstar
07-19-2006, 06:01 PM
No I don't have a stuttering problem. But once again, thanks to another doll fan for lame grammar smack.

I will definitely be around after the game. I told you girls before that I plan on rubbing salt in your wounds that Thursday night.

By the way, whats is up with gay 70's porn star looking pic in your avatar?

That happens to be the the greatest American Track Athlete of all time (Steve Prefontaine). Try again dip sh*t!

Kinzua
07-19-2006, 06:07 PM
Culpepper, the Pro Bowl quarterback, threw two crippling interceptions and took a sack to knock his team out of field goal range
As for Culpepper, he managed to make several eye-popping plays in the middle of the field, spinning away from pass rushers and zipping the ball down the sidelines, but as the Vikings neared the end zone his production waned. He completed 24 of 46 passes -- one for a touchdown -- and posted a 63.3 passer rating, his second-worst of the season (and 47 points below his 2004 pace
then Culpepper's short pass was intercepted by linebacker Ike Reese, who leaped and tipped the ball to himself. Culpepper was picked off at the Philadelphia 34 on the next possession, inexplicably putting his dump-off right in the hands of linebacker Jeremiah Trotter,
Culpepper directed the Vikings to the 19 on the following drive, then failed to read the blitz properly and took a 12-yard sack that put the team out of field goal range. The Vikings went for it on fourth and 22, and Culpepper forced a ball to Moss in double-coverage in the end zone, and the Eagles went on to add two insurance field goals. Philadelphia's aggressive and deceptive blitz packages kept Culpepper off-balance



dont you know that it is a crime around here to say anything bad about daunte. your gonna get banned. but seriously all you did was post an artical about some of the knocks that we already know.
1 we know he disappears in big games
2. we know he has trouble reading defences
3. we know he holds the ball to long and that causes sacks and fumbles
4. we know he can put up big numbers when its a meaningless game
5. we know he has never been a real winning qb
but we like to hope that this will all change because he is now with us
some of us will be happy to make the playoffs,but i hope im wrong but i know that at the end of the day daunte will break alot of fin fans hearts for along time to come.:boohoo:

I know. Homerism, not reality, is not welcomed at FH. Daunte is an upgrade over Ferotte, but he's not that much of an upgrade that the Fish faithful ought to spin Super Bowl fantasies. If he was that good, Minnesota would not have traded him, especially when all they have is Brad Johnson.

Buffalo fans fell into the same trap with Bledsoe, although most of Bledsoe's problem in Buffalo was that he just wasn't good enough to lift the team all by himself, not even Marino could do that.

If a team has a great QB, they aren't going to trade him -- or let him walk in FA. That's something to keep in mind.

like2god
07-19-2006, 06:09 PM
That happens to be the the greatest American Track Athlete of all time (Steve Prefontaine). Try again dip sh*t!

Calm down Trackstar, he wasn't putting Prefontaine down, he was just really aroused by your avatar and wanted to know his name so he could download some of his movies.

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Trackstar
07-19-2006, 06:10 PM
I know. Homerism, not reality, is not welcomed at FH. Daunte is an upgrade over Ferotte, but he's not that much of an upgrade that the Fish faithful ought to spin Super Bowl fantasies. If he was that good, Minnesota would not have traded him, especially when all they have is Brad Johnson.

Buffalo fans fell into the same trap with Bledsoe, although most of Bledsoe's problem in Buffalo was that he just wasn't good enough to lift the team all by himself, not even Marino could do that.

If a team has a great QB, they aren't going to trade him -- or let him walk in FA. That's something to keep in mind.

Why should we be realistic? I thought that was your job.

finintheburgh
07-19-2006, 06:11 PM
I know. Homerism, not reality, is not welcomed at FH. Daunte is an upgrade over Ferotte, but he's not that much of an upgrade that the Fish faithful ought to spin Super Bowl fantasies. If he was that good, Minnesota would not have traded him, especially when all they have is Brad Johnson.

Buffalo fans fell into the same trap with Bledsoe, although most of Bledsoe's problem in Buffalo was that he just wasn't good enough to lift the team all by himself, not even Marino could do that.

If a team has a great QB, they aren't going to trade him -- or let him walk in FA. That's something to keep in mind.


he is better than what we had but thats not saying much and i agree you never see a great qb walk unless there is something really wrong and im sure that if it was just the injury that minny would have kept him. they were pretty disperate to get rid of him

like2god
07-19-2006, 06:12 PM
......
:lol:

*note to all trolls

When facts stare you in the face, do what Kinzua does.....
JUST IGNORE THEM
:sidelol:

Trackstar
07-19-2006, 06:14 PM
he is better than what we had but thats not saying much and i agree you never see a great qb walk unless there is something really wrong and im sure that if it was just the injury that minny would have kept him. they were pretty disperate to get rid of him

Wow.

Kinzua
07-19-2006, 06:14 PM
Here's to hoping the Bill's continue their downward spiral!!!!

Hey Squealer fan, come back after Ben Gay leads you to an 0-1 start.

You forget that the two main factors to your Super Bowl victory won't be there on opening day. The 'Bus' and the officiating team from the big game.

Yeah, but the Carp aren't the Seahags in South Beach teal and peach, either, and they suffered their share as well. In fact, a big reason for the Carp going 9-7 last season is playing for the crappy Argos this season!!! :sidelol: :sidelol: :sidelol:

Alex44
07-19-2006, 06:24 PM
Yeah, but the Carp aren't the Seahags in South Beach teal and peach, either, and they suffered their share as well. In fact, a big reason for the Carp going 9-7 last season is playing for the crappy Argos this season!!! :sidelol: :sidelol: :sidelol:

So Ricky Willams made that nice TD reception to help us beat the Bills last year :confused: I could have sworn it was Ronnie Brown but hey what do I know

and

The reason the Bills sucked so much last season is still playing QB for them this season, go figure

like2god
07-19-2006, 06:31 PM
So Ricky Willams made that nice TD reception to help us beat the Bills last year :confused: I could have sworn it was Ronnie Brown but hey what do I know

and

The reason the Bills sucked so much last season is still playing QB for them this season, go figure

Now now Alex, Kinzua doesn't like to hear facts. To him/her/it/they/who/what/when/where/why facts are cryptonite and need to be ignored so that the "truth" can be told. Kinzua lives in a fantasy world of fairies, candy canes and skies that rain gum drops. He/she/it/they.......doesn't want to be brought back to reality where the Jills are a bottom feeding joke and his/her/its... 500 pound frame is expanding by the second. It is much easier to let the voices in his/her/its......head do all of the talking and just ignore all of the other "stuff" that we call facts.

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Mike13
07-19-2006, 07:57 PM
So Ricky Willams made that nice TD reception to help us beat the Bills last year :confused: I could have sworn it was Ronnie Brown but hey what do I know

and

The reason the Bills sucked so much last season is still playing QB for them this season, go figure

Dont forget about CC making everyone in their secondary his *****.

TotoreMexico
07-19-2006, 11:01 PM
Maybe, maybe not. I don't have any idea of how the Bills will do this season. If a lot of things went right and nothing went wrong, they might wind up 10-6 or 9-7, but somewhere in the 7 or 8 win range seems likely. They are better than last year, but that might not translate into more wins.

Anyways, this thread isn't about the Bills, it's about Daunte and the Carp!

Oh! now you put the rules about what we should talk in here? :sidelol:

Bohooo Bohooo:boohoo: please don't talk about loserman

EBMisfit
07-20-2006, 12:00 AM
Who's talking about Losman? We're talking about Daunte here.Typical Kidszoo response. First you whine about other people who you claim are getting defensive, but then when you try to poke fun at the 'Phins and someone points out that the Jills have it even worse, you get all huffy. "Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!" So how are you going to entertain us next, she/he/it-who-piddles-on-the-floor-like-an-"unhousebroken"-mutt? Maybe you could start another thread deriding Chris Chambers knowing full well that the Jills don't have a WR anywhere near his talent level.

EBMisfit
07-20-2006, 01:21 AM
Yeah, but the Carp aren't the Seahags in South Beach teal and peach, either, and they suffered their share as well.The difference being that the Dolphins restocked during FA. And while Beasley isn't anywhere near as good as a player as RW is, he probably suits the 'Phins needs better.

EBMisfit
07-20-2006, 01:31 AM
That happens to be the the greatest American Track Athlete of all time (Steve Prefontaine). Try again dip sh*t!Why, it even has his name right there on the bottom of the avi. I suppose expecting a SB Stealer fan to be able to read (or spell, for that matter) is a bit much.

Kinzua
07-20-2006, 08:50 AM
The difference being that the Dolphins restocked during FA. And while Beasley isn't anywhere near as good as a player as RW is, he probably suits the 'Phins needs better.

The "Dolphins restocked during FA"??? :sidelol: :sidelol: :sidelol:

"Restocked" implies that departing talent was replaced with as good or better. Since the Dolphins didn't have that much talent in the defensive secondary or oline to begin with, that's hardly the case. Beasley is a decent FB, but he's still a FB. Shelton and Allen might be up-grades over what Miami had, but they're only journeymen on their best days. As for Bennie, well, you what I think about FBTPA. :lol: The Fins failed to get the marquee LB they wanted and settled for Keith Newman and Sedrick Hodge.

like2god
07-20-2006, 09:36 AM
The "Dolphins restocked during FA"??? :sidelol: :sidelol: :sidelol:

"Restocked" implies that departing talent was replaced with as good or better. Since the Dolphins didn't have that much talent in the defensive secondary or oline to begin with, that's hardly the case. Beasley is a decent FB, but he's still a FB. Shelton and Allen might be up-grades over what Miami had, but they're only journeymen on their best days. As for Bennie, well, you what I think about FBTPA. :lol: The Fins failed to get the marquee LB they wanted and settled for Keith Newman and Sedrick Hodge.

I am going to put this link into my sig if you don't answer Kinzua....
http://www.finheaven.com/boardvb2/showpost.php?p=2616723&postcount=29

And I will take the Dolphins without a marquee OLB over a Jills team with no discernible talent, any day of the week.

:wink:

Now click on the link and take your punishment like a man/woman/it/wildebeest.

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CDNPHIN
07-20-2006, 09:38 AM
Yeah, the Bills did a great job a "Re-stocking"! Let's see, lost Sam Adams,Lawyer Milloy,Eric Moulds! But they added Marv Levy & made him V.P!!! OH and a Q.B named Nall from N.F.L Europe! HAH.
Now the PHINS added Will Allen,Joey Harrington,Fred Beasley and Daunte friggin' Culpepper...WAKE UP Bills fans your owner is trying to tell you something!!! (he's going to move your team.):sidelol:

muscle979
07-20-2006, 09:39 AM
Its kind of ironic then that the other Pennsylvania NFL franchise is going to take those dreams and delusions of granduer and crush them under J Peezys cleats as Big Ben shreds thier secondary and rips thier thier little teal and orange hearts out. Sept 7th is not going to be a good day to be a fish fan. :lol:

Ask a Denver fan how we like to open our season. Big Ben better remember his helmet this time, he's on a collision course with number 99.

FinFrenzy
07-20-2006, 09:55 AM
Ya....thanks for your prediction. Did that come to you out of nowhere or did you call the psychic network? Since the bungles did such a good job against the Steelers last year in "owning" them I'm sure that the trend will continue in '06. :sidelol: :sidelol: :sidelol:

You should be more concerned about the fish getting out from under the heel of the PATs who will "OWN" the mermaids again this year.


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Didn't Palmer go down at the beginning of the Bengals/Steelers playoff game??

EBMisfit
07-20-2006, 10:24 AM
"Restocked" implies that departing talent was replaced with as good or better. Since the Dolphins didn't have that much talent in the defensive secondary or oline to begin with, that's hardly the case.If "the Dolphins didn't have that much talent in the defensive secondary or oline to begin with", then it wouldn't have been to difficult for the "departing talent [to be] replaced with as good or better".

Beasley is a decent FB, but he's still a FB.And as good as RW is, as a FB, he makes a good RB. Which means, as I said, that Beasley fits the team's needs better.

Shelton and Allen might be up-grades over what Miami had, but they're only journeymen on their best days. As for Bennie, well, you what I think about FBTPA.Which fits your definition of "restocking". And we (or at least us knowledgable 'Phin fans) know what Hauck did with "only journeymen" in SD.

The Fins failed to get the marquee LB they wanted and settled for Keith Newman and Sedrick Hodge.In case you haven't figured it out yet, the point of FA isn't always to get the best player, but to get the best players you can at a good price, because overpaying can come back to haunt a team's salary cap. Even Belichick had to make do with J.J. Stokes for a few games (and actually made him look serviceable) in 1993(?) and had to convert another WR to DB. Oh, and he let Vinatieri (as if Belichick wasn't hard enough to spell:goof:) go rather than pay him more than he felt he was worth.