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Thread: Dante Culpepper - Future Hall of Famer or Washed-Out?

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    Dante Culpepper - Future Hall of Famer or Washed-Out?

    Manning - 144 games, 37,000 yards(257/game), 139 ints (.97 ints per game)(1.91 TD/game)
    Brady - 94 games started, 21,000 yards(223/game), 78 ints (.83 ints per game)(1.56 TD/game)
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    Marino, 240 games, 61,361 yards(256/game), 252 ints (1.05 ints per game)(1.75 TD/game)
    Culpepper - 84 games, 21,000 yards(250/game), 89 ints (1.06 ints per game)(1.63 TD/game)
    Harrington - 66 games, 12,478 yards(189/game), 77 ints (1.17 ints per game)(1.09 TD/game)

    Culpepper doesn't throw a whole lot of interceptions. He has a pretty good TD/int ratio. He has pretty good yards/game. Yards per attempt is 7.7, like Marino.

    If you were to add Culpepper's 2,500 rushing yards and 30 TD's rushing... He looks pretty darn good statistically. (280 yards/game and 1.99 TD's/game)

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    Unrelated... Manning is on pace to match Marino's stats. Can he stay healthy for another 6 seasons?
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    Why can't he be both?
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    Don't waste your breath man, most people on here will just ignore your facts.
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    DC is washed up, his ability to run is gone and he has to rely on his ability to only throw the ball.

    Satan screwed up and should of got Bree's



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich View Post
    Manning - 144 games, 37,000 yards(257/game), 139 ints (.97 ints per game)(1.91 TD/game)
    Brady - 94 games started, 21,000 yards(223/game), 78 ints (.83 ints per game)(1.56 TD/game)
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    Marino, 240 games, 61,361 yards(256/game), 252 ints (1.05 ints per game)(1.75 TD/game)
    Culpepper - 84 games, 21,000 yards(250/game), 89 ints (1.06 ints per game)(1.63 TD/game)
    Harrington - 66 games, 12,478 yards(189/game), 77 ints (1.17 ints per game)(1.09 TD/game)

    Culpepper doesn't throw a whole lot of interceptions. He has a pretty good TD/int ratio. He has pretty good yards/game. Yards per attempt is 7.7, like Marino.

    If you were to add Culpepper's 2,500 rushing yards and 30 TD's rushing... He looks pretty darn good statistically. (280 yards/game and 1.99 TD's/game)

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    Unrelated... Manning is on pace to match Marino's stats. Can he stay healthy for another 6 seasons?
    Here we go again..........yet another person on here trying to convince us about Daunte Culpepper......... this forum is like a broken record sometimes.
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    Brees - 227 YPG, 1.41 TD/Game, .865 int/game
    Brees(2006) - 276 YPG, 1.63 TD/Game, .69 int/game
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    Except for this year, Culpepper is statistically better than Brees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich View Post
    Manning - 144 games, 37,000 yards(257/game), 139 ints (.97 ints per game)(1.91 TD/game)
    Brady - 94 games started, 21,000 yards(223/game), 78 ints (.83 ints per game)(1.56 TD/game)
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    Marino, 240 games, 61,361 yards(256/game), 252 ints (1.05 ints per game)(1.75 TD/game)
    Culpepper - 84 games, 21,000 yards(250/game), 89 ints (1.06 ints per game)(1.63 TD/game)
    Harrington - 66 games, 12,478 yards(189/game), 77 ints (1.17 ints per game)(1.09 TD/game)

    Culpepper doesn't throw a whole lot of interceptions. He has a pretty good TD/int ratio. He has pretty good yards/game. Yards per attempt is 7.7, like Marino.

    If you were to add Culpepper's 2,500 rushing yards and 30 TD's rushing... He looks pretty darn good statistically. (280 yards/game and 1.99 TD's/game)

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    Unrelated... Manning is on pace to match Marino's stats. Can he stay healthy for another 6 seasons?
    And how do these great stats help the Dolphins win more games? He sucked when he played at the beginning of the year and then he just sat collecting paychecks. Here are some other facts: He's sucked the last two years and hasn't done anything for this team except generate pure hype.
    Flukes happen, see Superbolw III
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    Not sure how we can even entertain this idea at this piont ...

    Culpepper would have to 'double' his current stats to be even considered ... and at this point, that is such a reach .... 'could' it happen - sure ... and for our sake, I hope it does --- but again, he'd need another solid 6 years of performance to even be considered !!
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    Bottom Line : Culpepper was Saban's mistake. Cameron shouldn't make it his too. New coach, new QB, move on....

    PHINZ RULE!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich View Post
    Brees - 227 YPG, 1.41 TD/Game, .865 int/game
    Brees(2006) - 276 YPG, 1.63 TD/Game, .69 int/game
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    Except for this year, Culpepper is statistically better than Brees.
    You are leaving out the fact that his prior stats were not gained by solely throwing the ball and I would say DC ran the ball more then 60% of the time before the injury. Now that he can no longer run he is no good.
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