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DazedinMiami
07-17-2007, 11:16 PM
Sorry if this is off topic somewhat because hes no longer a fin, but can anyone believe he's actually going to start for another team. What was Michael Vick thinking. (if the charges are true..)

But IMO joey may be the worst starting NFL quarterback. I think he proved that last year when he was scared to throw a ball that took a 7 step drop.. Or not just scared, but just couldnt. WoW and they just got rid of Schaub after keeping him around for so long as a back up. This is going to be one really long year for Atlanta.. Be happy your not a Falcons fan.. Things could be way worse..

I hope people dont just started ripping me for this. I hate being ripped.:goof:

I just wondered if anyone else is thinking the same.

Flip Tanneflop
07-17-2007, 11:28 PM
He's better than Culpepper. So unless you arent counting him Harrington is not the worst starter in the NFL. Also dont forget about Romo, Brady Quinn if he starts, Mike Vick is technically a starter right now, and there are a few others that might give Harrington a run for his money on that. But, if you count Culpepper he is hands down the worst. No one is as bad as he is. If you count Culpepper as a backup he is the worst backup in the NFL. He is just plainly the ABSOLUTE WORST. Kenny Banya says "He's the worst Jerry, the worst."

Mogwai
07-17-2007, 11:35 PM
Joey's a pretty lucky guy. 60+ career starts and counting for such a mediocre player is a gift. Too bad he doesnt do much with these opportunities.

PS. Anyone want to buy a Vick jersey?

FiveStar
07-17-2007, 11:37 PM
If he is not a fin anymore...why is this in the fin forum?

retired opfinistic
07-18-2007, 09:05 AM
Sorry if this is off topic somewhat because hes no longer a fin, but can anyone believe he's actually going to start for another team. What was Michael Vick thinking. (if the charges are true..)

But IMO joey may be the worst starting NFL quarterback. I think he proved that last year when he was scared to throw a ball that took a 7 step drop.. Or not just scared, but just couldnt. WoW and they just got rid of Schaub after keeping him around for so long as a back up. This is going to be one really long year for Atlanta.. Be happy your not a Falcons fan.. Things could be way worse..

I hope people dont just started ripping me for this. I hate being ripped.:goof:

I just wondered if anyone else is thinking the same.

Joey's a lucky guy, getting 1 more chance to start. Wonder if he'll make it count this time.

dolpns13
07-18-2007, 10:19 AM
This could be a new awakening for Joey...He signs one year back up deals going from team to team and eventually becoming the starter, but only because the QB gets injured or gets into trouble. Maybe its Joey bringing bad kharma to teams.

retired opfinistic
07-18-2007, 10:43 AM
This could be a new awakening for Joey...He signs one year back up deals going from team to team and eventually becoming the starter, but only because the QB gets injured or gets into trouble. Maybe its Joey bringing bad kharma to teams.:hmmm::confused2:smoker::yes:

dolpns13
07-18-2007, 10:47 AM
:hmmm::confused2:smoker::yes:


Sorry, too many expressions for me to understand :)

retired opfinistic
07-18-2007, 11:01 AM
Sorry, too many expressions for me to understand :)
Thought about it, couldn't decide, had a smoke, then agreed! :D

dolpns13
07-18-2007, 11:04 AM
Thought about it, couldn't decide, had a smoke, then agreed! :D

Haha..thanks!

finswin56
07-18-2007, 11:56 AM
He's better than Culpepper. So unless you arent counting him Harrington is not the worst starter in the NFL. Also dont forget about Romo, Brady Quinn if he starts, Mike Vick is technically a starter right now, and there are a few others that might give Harrington a run for his money on that. But, if you count Culpepper he is hands down the worst. No one is as bad as he is. If you count Culpepper as a backup he is the worst backup in the NFL. He is just plainly the ABSOLUTE WORST. Kenny Banya says "He's the worst Jerry, the worst."

Bro, the horse is dead and already beaten to a pulp. There is no reason to keep posting like a broken record in every thread. This thread was about Harrington. Post about Harrington and Atlanta. All these Culpepper sucks posts are tiresome. He's gone, let him be.


On topic, Joey had better count his blessings this indictment has happened so late in the off season. I'm not sure what Atl can do at this point, but Joey not going to help the Falcons as a starter.

SabanHater
07-18-2007, 12:29 PM
Joey's a pretty lucky guy. 60+ career starts and counting for such a mediocre player is a gift. Too bad he doesnt do much with these opportunities.

PS. Anyone want to buy a Vick jersey?

burn it. he's done.

SamTodd
07-18-2007, 12:35 PM
Hopefully joey can turn his career around..he has all the tools, if he can get in the right situation for him and get his gameday head straight he will susceed.

LJK825
07-18-2007, 03:03 PM
Considering Vick has to appear in court on the 1st day of camp, the Falcons definately need some sort of backup plan. I wonder what they now think of the Schaub deal.

Slappy8800
07-18-2007, 03:45 PM
joey is not the worst qb in the league..

IdahoPhin
07-18-2007, 05:14 PM
This could be a new awakening for Joey...He signs one year back up deals going from team to team and eventually becoming the starter, but only because the QB gets injured or gets into trouble. Maybe its Joey bringing bad kharma to teams.

I hope he signs with New England next year, they could use a little bad luck.

Dolfan984
07-19-2007, 02:40 AM
joey is not the worst qb in the league..

:lol:

Skeet84
07-19-2007, 02:51 AM
Best of luck to him in Atlanta