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» Sun Sep 17, 2006 11:50 am
michael vick is doing his thing right now. the falcons can get 2, 100 yard rushers today.

i'll be coming back to this thread later because i'm in a very serious survivor league. i got the bears for this week so i'm set until week 3.

p.s. i only hope that the niners are competitive against the rams. they had our number since the kurt warner days.
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» Sun Sep 17, 2006 11:52 am
drfrank wrote:michael vick is doing his thing right now. the falcons can get 2, 100 yard rushers today.


And Chris-F*cking-Simms is helping the Falcons any way he can :banghead: :banghead: :banghead:
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» Sun Sep 17, 2006 1:18 pm
drfrank wrote:michael vick is doing his thing right now. the falcons can get 2, 100 yard rushers today.


Sh*t, the Falcons got over 300 yards rushing on us today... and Simms is 0 TD 6 INTS for the season.

After looking at our schedule, we have a chance to go 0-16 all the way. :headbang:
» Sun Sep 17, 2006 2:53 pm
hahah, thats harsh man. simms will pick it up.

at least you're not a raiders fan......
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» Sun Sep 17, 2006 4:59 pm
drfrank wrote:p.s. i only hope that the niners are competitive against the rams. they had our number since the kurt warner days.

They looked pretty good against the Rams today.

Alex Smith, Antonio Bryant, Frank Gore, Manny Lawson, and Walt Harris are all looking better every game.
» Sun Sep 17, 2006 6:33 pm
i learned after the game, that mike nolan is 3-0 against st. louis....

HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!
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» Sun Sep 17, 2006 8:27 pm
Nolan is a G. I seriously love that guy. The shots Barlow took at him made me like him even more.

"Waaaah, he made us work! He's like Hitler! It's his way or the highway!"

HELL YEAH IT IS, BITCH. That's the way a coach SHOULD be!
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» Sun Sep 17, 2006 8:44 pm
Yeeeee, Niners won. Beat the Rams, yeeeee.....
Raiders lost miserably again but put up 2 field goals....wow....
And let me tell you, Atlanta keeps on rolling. That offseason really helped them. Millroy, Abraham, Lelie(preseason). They did well.
» Sun Sep 17, 2006 9:25 pm
i'm really considering picking the eagles this week for my survivor league....

i know they're playing the niners, but mcnabb as been playing great.

do you guys have any other suggestions?

p.s. nolan is a COACH. dennis erickson was such a pushover, no one respected his ass. i'm blad nolan got rid of scrubs/mistakes. like rashaun woods and mike rumph.
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» Sun Sep 17, 2006 11:38 pm
drfrank wrote:i'm really considering picking the eagles this week for my survivor league....

i know they're playing the niners, but mcnabb as been playing great.

do you guys have any other suggestions?

p.s. nolan is a COACH. dennis erickson was such a pushover, no one respected his ass. i'm blad nolan got rid of scrubs/mistakes. like rashaun woods and mike rumph.


I say the Jets. They played very well against the Pats putting up a fight. I mean I know they're going in to face Buffalo who also did the same but Pennington has been on fire since returning. Chad to Coles. That's something you'll hear a lot this season.

Nolan is the real deal. I praise the moves he's made and the motivation he's brought since joining. Mike Nolan is a gangsta.
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» Mon Sep 18, 2006 2:50 am
drfrank wrote:i'm really considering picking the eagles this week for my survivor league....

i know they're playing the niners, but mcnabb as been playing great.

do you guys have any other suggestions?

p.s. nolan is a COACH. dennis erickson was such a pushover, no one respected his ass. i'm blad nolan got rid of scrubs/mistakes. like rashaun woods and mike rumph.


I'd go with the Ravens. Their defense is back to their 2000 form, and their offense, with McNair, is clicking (a bit, which is more that can be said about the Boller era). Plus, they play the Browns...

Nolan reminds me a lot of a young Tom Coughling. And that's a great coach to have. Also, Frank Gore seems like the real deal. It was about time you got rid of Barlow. Now Gore can be the man.
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» Mon Sep 18, 2006 4:28 am
only reason the 49'ers are plaYIN good is norv turner ( great X and O kind of guy )

Raiders should have kept him. made Shell the head coach. Norv the O-co and let Walsh continue running his bread and breakfast.

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» Mon Sep 18, 2006 4:03 pm
O.G pawnograffiti wrote:only reason the 49'ers are plaYIN good is norv turner ( great X and O kind of guy )

Raiders should have kept him. made Shell the head coach. Norv the O-co and let Walsh continue running his bread and breakfast.


that's great sign then. my niners will hopefully develop under ol norv, it's showing though. gore is the real deal. what a game against the rams and cards. bryant will hopefully tone down his attitude since he was pretty pissed off with smith's off target throws. and smith has played very consistently the past two games. this philly game will truely put him to the test. better d-line, better Lb's, better db's, better all around defense than the other d's the niners have played.

that's what i thought. if norv couldnt do it as the head, which he has never done really, then demote him, bring in shell, and keep walsh running the rest. norv couldve really did something with walter.
» Mon Sep 18, 2006 5:28 pm
wow, the jets? you're really going on out a limb. that game is going to be a crapshoot so i want to stay away from it as much as possible. both the bills and the jets are unpredictable.

i was thinking of going with the ravens, but i want to save them for later in the season. if you pick one team, you can't pick them again. so that is probably why i want to get philly out of the way now while mcnabb is hot. but they lost jevan kearse so now i'm iffy on that.

anymore suggestions, fellas? if i win my money, i'll take ya'll out to a warriors game. for real, for serious.
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» Mon Sep 18, 2006 8:13 pm
drfrank wrote:wow, the jets? you're really going on out a limb. that game is going to be a crapshoot so i want to stay away from it as much as possible. both the bills and the jets are unpredictable.

i was thinking of going with the ravens, but i want to save them for later in the season. if you pick one team, you can't pick them again. so that is probably why i want to get philly out of the way now while mcnabb is hot. but they lost jevan kearse so now i'm iffy on that.

anymore suggestions, fellas? if i win my money, i'll take ya'll out to a warriors game. for real, for serious.



I only put it on them because of how pennington has played but I think I seemed to risk it a bit, I'm just too sold on Chad's playing. Try the Patriots. Plummer has been stinking up the place lately and Tom has been playing like an average QB, but the fact is that the Broncos just haven't seem to get it clicking. Carolina is one since they are down 0-2 and looking to recover. Remember, they were once considered the favorite to rep the NFC in the Superbowl. Detroit seems nice also due to the fact they played solid against the Seahawks, the Bears game was different though but they seem nice also. Miami will also look to win their first game against a Titan team still having issues at QB.

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