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Unread 03-20-2014, 04:04 PM   #61
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Did he get hurt or something? He finished 7th in sacks in the NFL last season.
No, I just thought he looked extremely worn down at season's end. Maybe it was the whole Vikings team.

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Yeah, all of them. The Vikings were a sad story at the end of the year.
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EH? They were up and down. They lost two of first three games on the last play. Seriously, the last play touchdowns by cleveland and chicago. There were moments where the offense and defense were horrendously terrible. Blowout loses to the Bengals, Seattle, Carolina. The giants game was the worst offensive performance by any team all season.

But I think they can turn it around. Coach Zimmer seems more of a take charge kind of coach. Very unlike Leslie who just let the team fall apart.
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I just cannot fathom why the Falcons signed Devin Hester.



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I just cannot fathom why the Falcons signed Devin Hester.



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How much is his contract? NFL.com isn't reporting it, that i can find. :/
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I just cannot fathom why the Falcons signed Devin Hester.

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Same reason they signed Steven Jackson. Always think they can get more out of an aging player. Worked with Tony Gonzalez.
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How much is his contract? NFL.com isn't reporting it, that i can find. :/
I don't even know but if they paid half a million it's overpay.

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Same reason they signed Steven Jackson. Always think they can get more out of an aging player. Worked with Tony Gonzalez.
But what need did he fulfill on the roster? The kick return is so much less important now than it used to be and that's all Hester WAS good for. I got the Steven Jackson signing. I was on board there. There was a need for a running back and the draft wasn't going to supply it.


This... I just don't get.


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DeSean Jackson, cut? Must be bad for Eagles to cut their best wide out without a trade.
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From everything I've read, it was a risk vs. reward deal. He's not said to be a bad locker room guy or anything.
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Bracketology - Greatest Quarterback of all Time - NFL.com

Ok this is a joke, anyone vote on this?
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Bracketology - Greatest Quarterback of all Time - NFL.com Ok this is a joke, anyone vote on this?
Who knocked out Peyton and Brady?

Fwiw, Joe and Johnny are always at the top of GOAT discussions.
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I'm a big Seahawks fan and love Russle Wilson, but no way he should have knocked out Manning. Should have been Brady vs Peyton as the final "Right now" QBs. Donovan McNabb in the top 4 also makes no sense to me. Don't know enough of some of the older guys to comment, but it wouln't surprise me if the rest was skewed too.
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There are so many things wrong with that. Rich Gannon over Brett Favre?
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The fans voted, but still most of the picked winners were atrocious.
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Haha...I'm looking through the previous brackets...

Rich Gannon beat Brett Favre? haha

Warner should have destroyed McNabb.

I would have taken Young over Bledsoe in round two
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