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The Angler
08-13-2009, 05:42 PM
Since football season is back on I thought I'd make this thread to talk all things NFL. All teams fans are welcome here to post/brag/talksmack whatever it may be.




Well todat is the Arizona Cardnals Vs. Pittsburg Steelers in a little preseason rematch (sorta) of the great SUPERBOWL that occured last season.


iM PICKING THE CARDS TO COME OUT ON TOP TODAY :Cool:

Oz
08-13-2009, 07:05 PM
breaking news!!!!! michael vick signed a 2 year deal with the philadelphia eagles. Also stallworth is suspended for the whole 09 season.

fisherman from long beach
08-13-2009, 09:02 PM
nice to see vick back on the football field,i love to watch him play,except when my lions are kicking his ***.go lions,and the viqueens suck,thats for t.m.65

The Angler
08-14-2009, 12:35 AM
Well today was ok for football.

I hate both Cowgirls And the Oakland Faders, but today I wanted the raiders to win so I can rub it in my bro in laws face that his beloved Cowboys got spanked by a even shittier team. The pats came out on top also all the guys on espn were praising brady return 10-15 100 yrds 2 TD's 1 INT. Nothing impressive to me that is like the standard they should have expected of him. We'll see how long he lasts up against the bigg boys not 3-4 stringers fighting for a job.

Troutman65
08-14-2009, 01:10 AM
The Vikings Rule :!!!::!!!::!!!:

fishermanwife
08-14-2009, 10:36 AM
For some reason I was expecting Vick to go play for the Cleveland Browns and join the "dog pound crowd" :LOL: :Secret:
http://i492.photobucket.com/albums/rr282/fishingnetwork/dogpound.jpg

fisherman from long beach
08-14-2009, 10:48 AM
i thought for sure he would end up in chokeland with the traiders.

saintarv
08-14-2009, 03:23 PM
For some reason I was expecting Vick to go play for the Cleveland Browns and join the "dog pound crowd" :LOL: :Secret:
http://i492.photobucket.com/albums/rr282/fishingnetwork/dogpound.jpg

Hey I'm a Browns fan. That would be funny though but the Browns already have 2 quarterbacks who's fighting for the starting job.

The Angler
08-15-2009, 12:20 AM
Today was great for my NINERS our defense did really well against Kyle Orton & the denver broncos. We managed to get 3 Interceptions,One thing I do think the 9ers need to improve on is there pass rush defense we didnt manage to get 1 sack all game. But hey thats what pre season is all about. Working out all the kinks.

49ers 17- Broncos 16:Twisted:

klymons
08-15-2009, 12:24 AM
Well today was ok for football.

I hate both Cowgirls And the Oakland Faders, but today I wanted the raiders to win so I can rub it in my bro in laws face that his beloved Cowboys got spanked by a even shittier team. The pats came out on top also all the guys on espn were praising brady return 10-15 100 yrds 2 TD's 1 INT. Nothing impressive to me that is like the standard they should have expected of him. We'll see how long he lasts up against the bigg boys not 3-4 stringers fighting for a job.

Cowboys & Raiders--losers even when they win!

klymons
08-15-2009, 12:32 AM
The Vikings Rule :!!!::!!!::!!!:

That's true--the Vikings rule--on the bottom of the standings!

SoCalGuy7
08-15-2009, 12:37 AM
The raiderz will have more wins in pre-season then the regular season....as usual....!!:ROFL:

GO 49ERS !

bowboy
08-15-2009, 11:27 AM
9ERS BABY!!! whats the deal with Crabtree though? damn premadonna college kids. think the world revolves around them. he has a chance to learn from a hall of famer in Bruce, and he cant look past the $$$. i hope Singltary rips him a new one!!!!

The Angler
08-15-2009, 02:12 PM
Cowboys & Raiders--losers even when they win!

haha agreed:!!!:

The Angler
08-15-2009, 02:18 PM
The raiderz will have more wins in pre-season then the regular season....as usual....!!:ROFL:
GO 49ERS !

Haha I dont know Russle looked pretty sharp Mcfadden look good as well.Even though I hate the Raiders with the passion I gotta give a little credit when its due


9ERS BABY!!! whats the deal with Crabtree though? damn premadonna college kids. think the world revolves around them. he has a chance to learn from a hall of famer in Bruce, and he cant look past the $$$. i hope Singltary rips him a new one!!!!

Yea all this bullcrap and im over it already. I was so ****** excited when we got him in the draft, And after all this holdout **** really pisses me off. I really think NFL should put some kind of salary cap for rookie draft picks out of college. Come on these kids havent played a single NFL game and want to be paided more than a freakin superbowl MVP come on this is a joke! Just like Singeltary said "will win with the guys we have":Twisted:


DIDNT KNOW I HAD SOME FELLOW NINER FANS ON BOARD HERE WITH ME THIS SEASON!!!!!!

GO NINERS

jbassc
08-15-2009, 02:24 PM
Today was great for my NINERS our defense did really well against Kyle Orton & the denver broncos. We managed to get 3 Interceptions,One thing I do think the 9ers need to improve on is there pass rush defense we didnt manage to get 1 sack all game. But hey thats what pre season is all about. Working out all the kinks.

49ers 17- Broncos 16:Twisted:


So your talking all that s##T about everyones teams and your a sh##ty-niners fan come on your team sucks a#$ even worse than the raiders.

RAIDERS ALL DAY HOMIE.

Frenchy
08-15-2009, 03:06 PM
hhhahaahhahaha lol the 0-16 lions fan is talking nasty about my vikings(cant believe i agreee w tm65 on that but ok) my vikings are a quarterback away from there 1st superbowl win

jbassc
08-15-2009, 04:59 PM
The raiderz will have more wins in pre-season then the regular season....as usual....!!:ROFL:

GO 49ERS !


If i were a SHI##Y-NINERS fan i wouldnt be running my mouth cause they suck.

fisherman from long beach
08-15-2009, 07:17 PM
hhhahaahhahaha lol the 0-16 lions fan is talking nasty about my vikings(cant believe i agreee w tm65 on that but ok) my vikings are a quarterback away from there 1st superbowl win

there not as good as they appear,as you know the lions almost got there first wins against them ,some sorry *** refs calling passing interferance last second play to put you guys in fg range.:Angry:

The Angler
08-16-2009, 12:22 AM
So your talking all that s##T about everyones teams and your a sh##ty-niners fan come on your team sucks a#$ even worse than the raiders.

RAIDERS ALL DAY HOMIE.

Well for your dumb *** I guess I Need to re-type what I said about giving credit to the Raiders for beating Dallas, Oh wait I forgot Your a Raiders fan probably need your hooked on Phonics teacher to tell you what was typed.
As for the Raiers being a better team you should scratch that. For 1 we have 5 not 3 Superbowl championships. and 2 I belive we had a better record that the Raiders for the past 4-5 years (I may be wrong).

Well see who comes out on top this Saterday. I know its a preseason game but some Raider fans take them as legit games since they get more wins during preseason

SoCalGuy7
08-16-2009, 05:29 AM
If i were a SHI##Y-NINERS fan i wouldnt be running my mouth cause they suck.


Show me a raider picture like this......




http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll210/SoCalGuy7/5superbowls.jpg


Or this......




http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o186/49ergrl/ALL%20%20ABOUT%20THE%2049ERS/Joe-MontanaWith-Superbowl-Rings.jpg


The raiders looked great in their last Super Bowl didn't they....?

Now watch Raider fan will come back with "shut your mouth or else" or "we're great, you suck"



Show me why your team is so "great". Because they moved out of LA?.......

Commitment to Excrement

swimmer
08-16-2009, 09:22 AM
Go Pack go!

The Angler
08-16-2009, 01:24 PM
Show me a raider picture like this......




http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll210/SoCalGuy7/5superbowls.jpg


Or this......




http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o186/49ergrl/ALL%20%20ABOUT%20THE%2049ERS/Joe-MontanaWith-Superbowl-Rings.jpg


The raiders looked great in their last Super Bowl didn't they....?

Now watch Raider fan will come back with "shut your mouth or else" or "we're great, you suck"



Show me why your team is so "great". Because they moved out of LA?.......

Commitment to Excrement

Nough Said Period

Oz
08-16-2009, 09:05 PM
If i were a SHI##Y-NINERS fan i wouldnt be running my mouth cause they suck.

its sad that all raiders fan are good for is running there mouths cuz there
team is always taking a dump year in, year out. u guys only had one good
season when u made it to the superbowl only to get your culo's handed
to you by the tampa bay bucs. look at the history. raiders are trash and
always will be. once al davis croaks maybe they will have some talent and
winnning seasons again. doesnt look like anytime soon tho :ROFL:


http://img16.imageshack.us/img16/766/l16d83c319165d069cfce6ca.jpg
http://img188.imageshack.us/img188/1572/l1a600b7752eb99b55cc76d.jpg

MAN VS WILD
08-17-2009, 12:13 AM
They actually were good for the 3years before that 2000 Superbowl and should of been in the Superbowl before that but got robbed by the "tuck rule". Anyways Raiders are a winning franchise. Every team has thier down years, even Dallas and the 49ers. I'm not talking crap here but I'm a Raider fan win or lose. I can't wait for Al Davis to move on but have a good feeling about this year. Since that 2000 Superbowl they haven't had a stable QB. J.R. is looking good and Jeff Garcia is a pretty decent QB. The running back are solid recieving core looks good and the defense is solid. Let's see what happens. You never know, That's why they play the games.

RAIDER NATION!!!

The Angler
08-17-2009, 07:05 PM
They actually were good for the 3years before that 2000 Superbowl and should of been in the Superbowl before that but got robbed by the "tuck rule". Anyways Raiders are a winning franchise. Every team has thier down years, even Dallas and the 49ers. I'm not talking crap here but I'm a Raider fan win or lose. I can't wait for Al Davis to move on but have a good feeling about this year. Since that 2000 Superbowl they haven't had a stable QB. J.R. is looking good and Jeff Garcia is a pretty decent QB. The running back are solid recieving core looks good and the defense is solid. Let's see what happens. You never know, That's why they play the games.

RAIDER NATION!!!

Yea I agree with you I think the Raiders might actually have a shot to win there division this year. Chargers are pretty much done I dont think the return of Merriman is going to make a drastic change. Cheifs got rid of the best player Gonzalez,Josh Mcdaniels looked like a fool when HIS BOY KYLE ORTON threw up 3 Picks to my Niners. He should have never traded Jay Cutler. Like I said already they looked good in there 1st preseason game Russle & Mcfadden looked really good out there. Cant wait for saterday 9ERS Vs Raiders :Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twisted:

SoCalGuy7
08-21-2009, 05:16 AM
Fisticuffs, insubordination not new for Raiders

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NAPA, Calif. – The 80-year-old legend sat silently in a motorized cart, watching his most-dreaded football nightmare play out in all its twisted splendor.





There were Al Davis’ Oakland Raiders (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/oak/;_ylt=AgJh.viG.eNs3l9JxvizIOWr0op4) on Wednesday morning, hosting the third of four joint training camp practices with the San Francisco 49ers (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/sfo/;_ylt=Atz_U5o1z2hzrgk8g1V1Q26r0op4), getting physically and verbally abused by their cross-Bay rivals and meekly submitting to the butt-whipping.





“I love it when they can’t compete!” 49ers cornerback Nate Clements (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/5468/;_ylt=Ajdnqje3BOMla9yIZ6PpAEar0op4)(notes) (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/5468/news;_ylt=Arnr1acV__xDPLowCCEgNYOr0op4) screamed after intercepting Raiders quarterback JaMarcus Russell (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/8255/;_ylt=An4DeYtDVq0lHDOJWxih6NOr0op4)(notes) (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/8255/news;_ylt=AmSwRIAccVT1_IuAKSXkW.ar0op4) in a lopsided red-zone drill, setting off a barrage of condescending cackles from the visitors in red and gold.

http://l.yimg.com/a/p/sp/tools/med/2009/08/ipt/1250790970.jpg Cable, left, being introduced as the interim coach by Davis last September.
(Jed Jacobsohn/Getty)




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As his obviously intimidated offense continued to struggle, and the 49ers celebrated each interception with cocksure elation, Davis couldn’t have been thrilled by his team’s passivity.



Yet in one sense, the Raiders’ lack of fight could have been construed as a promising sign. After learning earlier this week that the NFL will investigate an Aug. 5 incident in which defensive assistant Randy Hanson was hospitalized with a fractured jaw – reportedly sustained during an altercation with head coach Tom Cable, who has denied his involvement – Davis has once again been confronted with a culture steeped in incidents involving internal turmoil.





(On Wednesday night a source close to Hanson told Yahoo! Sports that the coach is back in a hospital because of swelling in his jaw. The source insisted Cable “is definitely” responsible for the injury and that “I was told Tom had to be pulled off of him two times.”)





Violent confrontations between employees is nothing new for a franchise that has compiled the NFL’s worst overall record (24-72) during the past six seasons. Interviews with numerous current and former players, coaches and front-office employees reveal a consistent pattern of physically charged clashes, most of which went unreported. In addition, the principals rarely incurred overt discipline, creating the impression that lawlessness is a way of life in Raiderland.





“It’s never a dull moment,” says USC receivers coach John Morton, who worked for the Raiders in various capacities from 1997-2004. “It’s hard to be a Raider – it’s not for everybody. If you’re a player or coach, you’ve got to have thick skin. And every time you hear something about the Raiders, it’s something that’s kind of crazy.”
Added another former Raiders assistant who recently worked for the team: “The environment sucks there. Everybody just wants their side to do well so Al doesn’t call them out. Trust me, after what just happened with Cable, this staff already knows they’re fired.”
Given that Davis, among NFL owners, has unrivaled involvement in the day-to-day operation of his franchise, there’s no question that he bears a great deal of responsibility for the contentious environment.
“I just think that’s Al’s way,” says Packers cornerback Charles Woodson (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/4271/;_ylt=App6EetcTd3kxfMzdvkdA0ur0op4)(notes) (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/4271/news;_ylt=AhTO9smqTMYr6IWTnmql_Yyr0op4), who spent his first eight NFL seasons (1998-2005) in Oakland. “There are forces pulling you every which way, and it just seems like people are never on the same page.”
Or, as one Raiders veteran said earlier this week in response to the Cable incident, “Just another day at the office around here. You know how that goes. It’s always something.”
Among the incidents recalled by that player and some of his former teammates and coaches was a practice-field confrontation at the team’s Alameda, Calif., training headquarters late in 2004 between Morton, then the team’s tight ends coach, and tight end Teyo Johnson (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/6399/;_ylt=AqPnWu_A70bg00eP9WGtMamr0op4)(notes) (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/6399/news;_ylt=AjBP5k3MkbTQurpbvORaTe6r0op4). It occurred three days before the final regular-season game after Johnson, an underachieving ’03 second-round NFL draft pick, ran the wrong route in practice.
Several witnesses say that, after Morton loudly upbraided Johnson for his mistake, the player angrily got in the coach’s face and shoved him in the chest. The two men screamed at one another in close proximity before they were separated by players and coaches.
“No, he didn’t push me,” Morton insists. “He got up in my face and chest-bumped me or something. He just snapped and started going off – you know, a player being macho. You’ve got to know your limitations.”
The confrontation brought an end to practice, and as Johnson walked off the field, one former player remembers Davis’ odd reaction: “He was standing in the north end zone and as Teyo walked by Al said, ‘Teyo – you can’t win ‘em all.’ ”
According to the same player Johnson was not disciplined by Davis or then-coach Norv Turner. Johnson remained on the roster until the following summer, when he was released at the end of the preseason. Morton was not retained after the ’04 season.
“They fired the coach and kept the player,” the former player said. “That’s what they do in Oakland.”
In October of 2005 another incident occurred, this time with the coach as the aggressor. According to several people who witnessed the incident, Martin Bayless, then Oakland’s defensive backs coach, got physical with then-rookie cornerback Stanford Routt (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/7214/;_ylt=AhlFioa1j9CiVXMbg41pnq6r0op4)(notes) (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/7214/news;_ylt=AiONIpo6J8oYAT2CQyhRFkCr0op4) in the Oakland Coliseum locker room following the Raiders’ 38-17 victory over the Buffalo Bills (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/buf/;_ylt=Aq5JsMiaRuEP6pMCqr6f5Mer0op4).
Witnesses say Bayless was enraged that Routt, who is still with the team, had refused to enter the game as part of the field-goal rush unit, forcing a veteran to race onto the field in his place. Bayless, who did not return messages seeking comment, chewed out Routt at the player’s locker shortly after the game, and things quickly escalated.
“[Bayless] jacked him up into his locker and shoved him down,” recalls one witness who played for the ’05 Raiders.
These as-yet-unreported incidents came in the wake of a high-profile 2003 assault by linebacker Bill Romanowski on teammate Marcus Williams. Punched by Romanowski following a practice-field dispute, Williams sustained a serious eye injury that effectively ended his career. He later filed a civil suit against his Romanowski and was ultimately awarded $340,000 in damages.
“That [punch] got the publicity, but I saw so many things like that,” says one former Raiders player who is now with another team. “I saw a player push a coach and get his game check taken away. Other players would cuss out coaches and get away with it. One coach made a smartass comment and a player pushed him almost to the ground. I saw a coach take a swing at a player. Coaches were verbally going after other coaches. And guys were getting drunk in meetings or coming to practice still drunk from the night before. They’d throw up before we went out on the field, or you could smell the liquor on their breath.”
Some of the franchise’s dysfunction was revealed last Sept. 30 when Davis, in a televised news conference that lasted more than 90 minutes, announced that he had fired second-year coach Lane Kiffin and was promoting Cable, then the offensive line coach, as the interim replacement. Davis said he was firing Kiffin “for cause” – meaning he intended to withhold the balance of the coach’s contract – and part of his case included Kiffin’s treatment of Hanson, the team’s second-year assistant defensive backs coach.
After Hanson reportedly made a derogatory remark in a coach’s meeting following the team’s 41-14 defeat to the Denver Broncos (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/den/;_ylt=AilivRoRlgfps67dsAcpY_mr0op4) in the ’08 season opener, Kiffin suspended him for five days without Davis’ knowledge.
Following the season, Davis retained Cable as head coach but purged defensive coordinator Rob Ryan and the rest of the team’s defensive assistants – except for Hanson, who remained on the staff with a new title.
According to several sources, Hanson was seen as a Davis favorite and confidante, and thus was resented by numerous players and coaches, particularly Cable.
“Randy Hanson thought he was the smartest guy in the world,” one former Raiders player says. “In our first game , we went up against [offensive coordinator] Mike Martz and the Lions, and he went around bragging that he had ‘cracked the code.’ That game [a 36-21 Detroit victory] was a joke – we were out there guessing and getting our asses kicked. In the fourth quarter Martz didn’t call a single play that Randy Hanson had ever seen. Yeah, he sure ‘cracked that code.’ ”
Hanson, several former and current players say, was suspected by his peers of feeding information to Davis.
“The guy’s considered a snitch,” says one player who was with the team in 2007. “Al would come to practice every Thursday and see what we had installed, so if Rob [Ryan] or Lane wanted to put something in the game plan without him knowing, they’d have to put it in for the Friday practice or the [Saturday] walk-through. But [Davis] would find out and get mad, and they thought Hanson was the guy telling him. We didn’t trust him, either.”
It’s unclear whether Cable’s potential mistrust of Hanson precipitated the Aug. 5 incident that landed the assistant in the hospital, but several sources familiar with the two men believe this was the case. On Monday, AOL FanHouse reported that Cable had hit Hanson (http://us.lrd.yahoo.com/_ylt=ArmSDOB7i9Njqpe64Uv2KzWr0op4/SIG=138g8fe51/**http%3A//nfl.fanhouse.com/2009/08/17/sources-raiders-coach-tom-cable-punched-assistant-during-alterc/) and that the assistant “never saw it coming.” A police report taken at Queen of the Valley Hospital in Napa on Aug. 6 identified neither Hanson nor the attacker.
Hanson was not at practice on Monday when the FanHouse report surfaced and has not been spotted in at the Raiders’ facilities since (as of Wednesday evening). At the start of their Monday afternoon practice a group of Raiders made light of the incident, chanting “Cable, Bumaye” – a reference to the “Ali, Bumaye” chant in Zaire during the 1974 “Rumble In The Jungle” heavyweight fight between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman. (The chant translates to “Cable Kill Him!)
On Monday Cable declined to discuss the reported incident, calling it an internal matter. He reversed course in a conversation that evening with ESPN analyst Mark Schlereth, his former teammate at the University of Idaho, claiming “nothing happened” – words he repeated to a large gathering of reporters after the first joint practice with the 49ers on Tuesday morning.
Hanson, according to one friend, is deliberately sitting back on the advice of his lawyers while Cable and other Raiders officials make potentially damning statements. It is believed by some in the organization that Davis will compensate Hanson for his trouble and attempt to remedy the situation by shifting him to the personnel department.

http://l.yimg.com/a/p/sp/tools/med/2009/08/ipt/1250788222.jpg Cable with Russell during last week’s preseason opener.
(Jed Jacobsohn/Getty)


On Wednesday, as Romanowski looked on as a credentialed camp visitor, the Raiders’ offensive unit appeared shell-shocked in its competition with the fired-up 49ers, who grew louder with each interception or pass-breakup. Afterward, Cable blamed himself for the struggles, telling reporters he’d instructed Russell to “cut it loose” near the end zone, which led to unnecessary risks.
However, Cable questioned his players’ passive reaction to the beat-down, adding, “Those kinds of things happen to you in a game, so you’ve got to be able to handle those adversity moments and just get back on the horse and go again. I didn’t think we did a very good job of that, but I may have put them in a negative situation, too.”
If Cable is found by the league to be culpable in the Hanson incident, he may have put his players in a negative situation that could set a tenuous tone for the ’09 season and put his job in jeopardy.
Then again, as his owner could certainly attest, you can’t win ‘em all.
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wellbilldancesays
08-21-2009, 08:08 AM
Poor SoCalGuy none of his teams have won anything meaningful in so long he has to do hours of internet research on other teams faults to feel better about his own teams. It's kind of sad really.



Neither the 49ers or the Raiders have had much success lately. In fact fans of both teams would be happy with just a winning season.

I think one thing we can all agree on is the 49ers have the ugliest colors/ uniforms in all of professional sports.

jbassc
08-21-2009, 10:48 AM
Poor SoCalGuy none of his teams have won anything meaningful in so long he has to do hours of internet research on other teams faults to feel better about his own teams. It's kind of sad really.



Neither the 49ers or the Raiders have had much success lately. In fact fans of both teams would be happy with just a winning season.

I think one thing we can all agree on is the 49ers have the ugliest colors/ uniforms in all of professional sports.


Not only the uglyest but the most gay too, welll we all know san fagcisco is the gay capital of the world :ROFL:.

jbassc
08-21-2009, 10:52 AM
Fisticuffs, insubordination not new for Raiders

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NAPA, Calif. – The 80-year-old legend sat silently in a motorized cart, watching his most-dreaded football nightmare play out in all its twisted splendor.





There were Al Davis’ Oakland Raiders (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/oak/;_ylt=AgJh.viG.eNs3l9JxvizIOWr0op4) on Wednesday morning, hosting the third of four joint training camp practices with the San Francisco 49ers (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/sfo/;_ylt=Atz_U5o1z2hzrgk8g1V1Q26r0op4), getting physically and verbally abused by their cross-Bay rivals and meekly submitting to the butt-whipping.





“I love it when they can’t compete!” 49ers cornerback Nate Clements (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/5468/;_ylt=Ajdnqje3BOMla9yIZ6PpAEar0op4)(notes) (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/5468/news;_ylt=Arnr1acV__xDPLowCCEgNYOr0op4) screamed after intercepting Raiders quarterback JaMarcus Russell (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/8255/;_ylt=An4DeYtDVq0lHDOJWxih6NOr0op4)(notes) (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/8255/news;_ylt=AmSwRIAccVT1_IuAKSXkW.ar0op4) in a lopsided red-zone drill, setting off a barrage of condescending cackles from the visitors in red and gold.


http://l.yimg.com/a/p/sp/tools/med/2009/08/ipt/1250790970.jpg Cable, left, being introduced as the interim coach by Davis last September.
(Jed Jacobsohn/Getty)





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As his obviously intimidated offense continued to struggle, and the 49ers celebrated each interception with cocksure elation, Davis couldn’t have been thrilled by his team’s passivity.



Yet in one sense, the Raiders’ lack of fight could have been construed as a promising sign. After learning earlier this week that the NFL will investigate an Aug. 5 incident in which defensive assistant Randy Hanson was hospitalized with a fractured jaw – reportedly sustained during an altercation with head coach Tom Cable, who has denied his involvement – Davis has once again been confronted with a culture steeped in incidents involving internal turmoil.





(On Wednesday night a source close to Hanson told Yahoo! Sports that the coach is back in a hospital because of swelling in his jaw. The source insisted Cable “is definitely” responsible for the injury and that “I was told Tom had to be pulled off of him two times.”)





Violent confrontations between employees is nothing new for a franchise that has compiled the NFL’s worst overall record (24-72) during the past six seasons. Interviews with numerous current and former players, coaches and front-office employees reveal a consistent pattern of physically charged clashes, most of which went unreported. In addition, the principals rarely incurred overt discipline, creating the impression that lawlessness is a way of life in Raiderland.





“It’s never a dull moment,” says USC receivers coach John Morton, who worked for the Raiders in various capacities from 1997-2004. “It’s hard to be a Raider – it’s not for everybody. If you’re a player or coach, you’ve got to have thick skin. And every time you hear something about the Raiders, it’s something that’s kind of crazy.”
Added another former Raiders assistant who recently worked for the team: “The environment sucks there. Everybody just wants their side to do well so Al doesn’t call them out. Trust me, after what just happened with Cable, this staff already knows they’re fired.”
Given that Davis, among NFL owners, has unrivaled involvement in the day-to-day operation of his franchise, there’s no question that he bears a great deal of responsibility for the contentious environment.
“I just think that’s Al’s way,” says Packers cornerback Charles Woodson (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/4271/;_ylt=App6EetcTd3kxfMzdvkdA0ur0op4)(notes) (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/4271/news;_ylt=AhTO9smqTMYr6IWTnmql_Yyr0op4), who spent his first eight NFL seasons (1998-2005) in Oakland. “There are forces pulling you every which way, and it just seems like people are never on the same page.”
Or, as one Raiders veteran said earlier this week in response to the Cable incident, “Just another day at the office around here. You know how that goes. It’s always something.”
Among the incidents recalled by that player and some of his former teammates and coaches was a practice-field confrontation at the team’s Alameda, Calif., training headquarters late in 2004 between Morton, then the team’s tight ends coach, and tight end Teyo Johnson (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/6399/;_ylt=AqPnWu_A70bg00eP9WGtMamr0op4)(notes) (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/6399/news;_ylt=AjBP5k3MkbTQurpbvORaTe6r0op4). It occurred three days before the final regular-season game after Johnson, an underachieving ’03 second-round NFL draft pick, ran the wrong route in practice.
Several witnesses say that, after Morton loudly upbraided Johnson for his mistake, the player angrily got in the coach’s face and shoved him in the chest. The two men screamed at one another in close proximity before they were separated by players and coaches.
“No, he didn’t push me,” Morton insists. “He got up in my face and chest-bumped me or something. He just snapped and started going off – you know, a player being macho. You’ve got to know your limitations.”
The confrontation brought an end to practice, and as Johnson walked off the field, one former player remembers Davis’ odd reaction: “He was standing in the north end zone and as Teyo walked by Al said, ‘Teyo – you can’t win ‘em all.’ ”
According to the same player Johnson was not disciplined by Davis or then-coach Norv Turner. Johnson remained on the roster until the following summer, when he was released at the end of the preseason. Morton was not retained after the ’04 season.
“They fired the coach and kept the player,” the former player said. “That’s what they do in Oakland.”
In October of 2005 another incident occurred, this time with the coach as the aggressor. According to several people who witnessed the incident, Martin Bayless, then Oakland’s defensive backs coach, got physical with then-rookie cornerback Stanford Routt (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/7214/;_ylt=AhlFioa1j9CiVXMbg41pnq6r0op4)(notes) (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/7214/news;_ylt=AiONIpo6J8oYAT2CQyhRFkCr0op4) in the Oakland Coliseum locker room following the Raiders’ 38-17 victory over the Buffalo Bills (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/buf/;_ylt=Aq5JsMiaRuEP6pMCqr6f5Mer0op4).
Witnesses say Bayless was enraged that Routt, who is still with the team, had refused to enter the game as part of the field-goal rush unit, forcing a veteran to race onto the field in his place. Bayless, who did not return messages seeking comment, chewed out Routt at the player’s locker shortly after the game, and things quickly escalated.
“[Bayless] jacked him up into his locker and shoved him down,” recalls one witness who played for the ’05 Raiders.
These as-yet-unreported incidents came in the wake of a high-profile 2003 assault by linebacker Bill Romanowski on teammate Marcus Williams. Punched by Romanowski following a practice-field dispute, Williams sustained a serious eye injury that effectively ended his career. He later filed a civil suit against his Romanowski and was ultimately awarded $340,000 in damages.
“That [punch] got the publicity, but I saw so many things like that,” says one former Raiders player who is now with another team. “I saw a player push a coach and get his game check taken away. Other players would cuss out coaches and get away with it. One coach made a smartass comment and a player pushed him almost to the ground. I saw a coach take a swing at a player. Coaches were verbally going after other coaches. And guys were getting drunk in meetings or coming to practice still drunk from the night before. They’d throw up before we went out on the field, or you could smell the liquor on their breath.”
Some of the franchise’s dysfunction was revealed last Sept. 30 when Davis, in a televised news conference that lasted more than 90 minutes, announced that he had fired second-year coach Lane Kiffin and was promoting Cable, then the offensive line coach, as the interim replacement. Davis said he was firing Kiffin “for cause” – meaning he intended to withhold the balance of the coach’s contract – and part of his case included Kiffin’s treatment of Hanson, the team’s second-year assistant defensive backs coach.
After Hanson reportedly made a derogatory remark in a coach’s meeting following the team’s 41-14 defeat to the Denver Broncos (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/den/;_ylt=AilivRoRlgfps67dsAcpY_mr0op4) in the ’08 season opener, Kiffin suspended him for five days without Davis’ knowledge.
Following the season, Davis retained Cable as head coach but purged defensive coordinator Rob Ryan and the rest of the team’s defensive assistants – except for Hanson, who remained on the staff with a new title.
According to several sources, Hanson was seen as a Davis favorite and confidante, and thus was resented by numerous players and coaches, particularly Cable.
“Randy Hanson thought he was the smartest guy in the world,” one former Raiders player says. “In our first game , we went up against [offensive coordinator] Mike Martz and the Lions, and he went around bragging that he had ‘cracked the code.’ That game [a 36-21 Detroit victory] was a joke – we were out there guessing and getting our asses kicked. In the fourth quarter Martz didn’t call a single play that Randy Hanson had ever seen. Yeah, he sure ‘cracked that code.’ ”
Hanson, several former and current players say, was suspected by his peers of feeding information to Davis.
“The guy’s considered a snitch,” says one player who was with the team in 2007. “Al would come to practice every Thursday and see what we had installed, so if Rob [Ryan] or Lane wanted to put something in the game plan without him knowing, they’d have to put it in for the Friday practice or the [Saturday] walk-through. But [Davis] would find out and get mad, and they thought Hanson was the guy telling him. We didn’t trust him, either.”
It’s unclear whether Cable’s potential mistrust of Hanson precipitated the Aug. 5 incident that landed the assistant in the hospital, but several sources familiar with the two men believe this was the case. On Monday, AOL FanHouse reported that Cable had hit Hanson (http://us.lrd.yahoo.com/_ylt=ArmSDOB7i9Njqpe64Uv2KzWr0op4/SIG=138g8fe51/**http%3A//nfl.fanhouse.com/2009/08/17/sources-raiders-coach-tom-cable-punched-assistant-during-alterc/) and that the assistant “never saw it coming.” A police report taken at Queen of the Valley Hospital in Napa on Aug. 6 identified neither Hanson nor the attacker.
Hanson was not at practice on Monday when the FanHouse report surfaced and has not been spotted in at the Raiders’ facilities since (as of Wednesday evening). At the start of their Monday afternoon practice a group of Raiders made light of the incident, chanting “Cable, Bumaye” – a reference to the “Ali, Bumaye” chant in Zaire during the 1974 “Rumble In The Jungle” heavyweight fight between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman. (The chant translates to “Cable Kill Him!)
On Monday Cable declined to discuss the reported incident, calling it an internal matter. He reversed course in a conversation that evening with ESPN analyst Mark Schlereth, his former teammate at the University of Idaho, claiming “nothing happened” – words he repeated to a large gathering of reporters after the first joint practice with the 49ers on Tuesday morning.
Hanson, according to one friend, is deliberately sitting back on the advice of his lawyers while Cable and other Raiders officials make potentially damning statements. It is believed by some in the organization that Davis will compensate Hanson for his trouble and attempt to remedy the situation by shifting him to the personnel department.


http://l.yimg.com/a/p/sp/tools/med/2009/08/ipt/1250788222.jpg Cable with Russell during last week’s preseason opener.
(Jed Jacobsohn/Getty)



On Wednesday, as Romanowski looked on as a credentialed camp visitor, the Raiders’ offensive unit appeared shell-shocked in its competition with the fired-up 49ers, who grew louder with each interception or pass-breakup. Afterward, Cable blamed himself for the struggles, telling reporters he’d instructed Russell to “cut it loose” near the end zone, which led to unnecessary risks.
However, Cable questioned his players’ passive reaction to the beat-down, adding, “Those kinds of things happen to you in a game, so you’ve got to be able to handle those adversity moments and just get back on the horse and go again. I didn’t think we did a very good job of that, but I may have put them in a negative situation, too.”
If Cable is found by the league to be culpable in the Hanson incident, he may have put his players in a negative situation that could set a tenuous tone for the ’09 season and put his job in jeopardy.
Then again, as his owner could certainly attest, you can’t win ‘em all.
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So your point is?Oh i know another words your saying that the raiders have balls and if someone gets stupid they knock there ***** out (LAWLESS) i beleive they called it,Thats how i live also if someone talks s##t i knock there ***** out too :mad:.

RAIDERS ALL DAY BABY

troutdog
08-21-2009, 11:44 AM
I have been a Rams fan since I was a kid and that will never change even though they left So Cal....for now I'll just rest my hat on the fact that they have won a superbowl more recently than the Traiders or Whiners! :Neener Neener:


TD

Troutman65
08-21-2009, 12:58 PM
That's true--the Vikings rule--on the bottom of the standings!


Ummmmm , not the bottom. There are other teams that are below the Vikings.

Ummm , you hear the news ? Bret Farve just signed with the Vikings . :Cool:

baadfish69
08-21-2009, 01:00 PM
GO BUCS!


Ugh....that was tough to get out....

Troutman65
08-21-2009, 01:00 PM
hhhahaahhahaha lol the 0-16 lions fan is talking nasty about my vikings(cant believe i agreee w tm65 on that but ok) my vikings are a quarterback away from there 1st superbowl win


:EyePop: Your a Viking fan? :Cool:

Your right about that . They got the QB. Bret Farve:!!!:


Go Vikings :!!!::!!!::!!!:

Troutman65
08-21-2009, 01:02 PM
there not as good as they appear,as you know the lions almost got there first wins against them ,some sorry *** refs calling passing interferance last second play to put you guys in fg range.:Angry:


You talking about a pre season game ?

troutdog
08-21-2009, 01:25 PM
Ummmmm , not the bottom. There are other teams that are below the Vikings.

Ummm , you hear the news ? Bret Farve just signed with the Vikings . :Cool:


NEWSFLASH for TM65.....you are getting the 39 year old 2009 version of Brett Farve(two Ts in first name btw), not the one from the mid 90s:!!!: I hate to say it but Purple People Eater fans are in for a rude awakening. Shoulda stuck with Sage Rosenfels or Tavaris Jackson and moved towards the future rather than wallow in the past......"you'll be sorry!" :Wink:


TD

BingJr
08-21-2009, 05:28 PM
NEWSFLASH for TM65.....you are getting the 39 year old 2009 version of Brett Farve(two Ts in first name btw), not the one from the mid 90s:!!!: I hate to say it but Purple People Eater fans are in for a rude awakening. Shoulda stuck with Sage Rosenfels or Tavaris Jackson and moved towards the future rather than wallow in the past......"you'll be sorry!" :Wink:


TD

I unfortunately and unbelievably have to agree with TD.

I will be right there with ya TM watching my Cowboys go 8-8 this year, missing the playoffs, and then have to hear and read about all the shock and horror of why we missed the playoffs. (maybe the fact that we have only gotten rid of talent and haven't added any)!!Pull up a seat, ive gotten used to it.

troutdog
08-21-2009, 06:29 PM
I unfortunately and unbelievably have to agree with TD.

I will be right there with ya TM watching my Cowboys go 8-8 this year, missing the playoffs, and then have to hear and read about all the shock and horror of why we missed the playoffs. (maybe the fact that we have only gotten rid of talent and haven't added any)!!Pull up a seat, ive gotten used to it.

Baing a Rams fan I hope that chair is big enough for you, TM as well as myself! :ROFL:


TD

SoCalGuy7
08-22-2009, 08:34 AM
Show me a raider picture like this......




http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll210/SoCalGuy7/5superbowls.jpg


Or this......




http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o186/49ergrl/ALL%20%20ABOUT%20THE%2049ERS/Joe-MontanaWith-Superbowl-Rings.jpg


The raiders looked great in their last Super Bowl didn't they....?

Now watch Raider fan will come back with "shut your mouth or else" or "we're great, you suck"



Show me why your team is so "great". Because they moved out of LA?.......

Commitment to Excrement

Still no photos...? Huh....must be hard to find them....:ROFL:

SoCalGuy7
08-22-2009, 08:39 AM
Poor SoCalGuy none of his teams have won anything meaningful in so long he has to do hours of internet research on other teams faults to feel better about his own teams. It's kind of sad really.



Neither the 49ers or the Raiders have had much success lately. In fact fans of both teams would be happy with just a winning season.

I think one thing we can all agree on is the 49ers have the ugliest colors/ uniforms in all of professional sports.


Ummm, "Bill" my baseball team won the Series, less than four years ago...Your baseball team has only won a couple of playoff games in the last 20 years....


It takes less than a minute to look up things up on the internet....:ROFL:

Maybe, I'm just more informed or read up on sports, more than the average person.....:!!!:

troutdog
08-22-2009, 12:30 PM
Ummm, "Bill" my baseball team won the Series, less than four years ago...Your baseball team has only won a couple of playoff games in the last 20 years....


It takes less than a minute to look up things up on the internet....:ROFL:

Maybe, I'm just more informed or read up on sports, more than the average person.....:!!!:





Since it takes only a minute to look things up on the net, you might want to take note Bill is a halo fan at heart....not a Dodger fan :Wink:


TD

SoCalGuy7
08-22-2009, 12:39 PM
Since it takes only a minute to look things up on the net, you might want to take note Bill is a halo fan at heart....not a Dodger fan :Wink:


TD

My bad......Angel fans are usually more tolerant and respectful of other fans....at least the 50 or so I know, are.........:Rolls Eyes:

troutdog
08-22-2009, 12:42 PM
My bad......Angel fans are usually more tolerant and respectful of other fans....at least the 50 or so I know, are.........:Rolls Eyes:


Maybe they will eventually rub off on you :ROFL:

You comin to Legends bri?


TD

wellbilldancesays
08-22-2009, 07:59 PM
My bad SoCal I forgot you were a White Sox fan.

Question how does someone from "SoCal" not pull for any teams from SoCal?

What B-ball team do you root for?

BTW your 49ers running game looks pretty decent, but their pass defensive looks clueless.

fisherman from long beach
08-22-2009, 08:23 PM
god damn my lions are getting there *** kicked.5-1 preseason.0-16regular season. i could just cry

SoCalGuy7
08-22-2009, 09:44 PM
49ers running game was on FIRE....Their QB situation is still a mystery....

Not going to make Legends this year TD, maybe the next event....:Neutral:

The Angler
08-23-2009, 12:14 AM
49ers running game was on FIRE....Their QB situation is still a mystery....

Not going to make Legends this year TD, maybe the next event....:Neutral:

Hell yea it was I dont know if its our offensive line or that our running backs are that good? The offensive kinda over shadowed the defense this game BUT the secondary did get 2 more picks!!!! so in 2 preseason games our defense has made a total of 5 Interceptions 2 fumble recoverys.

Coffee wasting no time before breaking the century mark on the ground after eight carries. At one point he ripped off three consecutive carries of 19, 18 and 35 yards:Shocked::Shocked::Shocked:
Robinson our third stinger quickly followed suit with 83 yards in the third quarter alone:Twisted::Twisted:

Wow imagine how many yards gore would have been getting if he played more then 6 snaps??Coffee set the pace for the running game as the rookie from Alabama racked up 129 yards on the ground, averaging 8.1 yards per carry. :Twisted::Twisted:

SoCalGuy7
08-23-2009, 01:50 PM
Hell yea it was I dont know if its our offensive line or that our running backs are that good? The offensive kinda over shadowed the defense this game BUT the secondary did get 2 more picks!!!! so in 2 preseason games our defense has made a total of 5 Interceptions 2 fumble recoverys.

Coffee wasting no time before breaking the century mark on the ground after eight carries. At one point he ripped off three consecutive carries of 19, 18 and 35 yards:Shocked::Shocked::Shocked:
Robinson our third stinger quickly followed suit with 83 yards in the third quarter alone:Twisted::Twisted:

Wow imagine how many yards gore would have been getting if he played more then 6 snaps??Coffee set the pace for the running game as the rookie from Alabama racked up 129 yards on the ground, averaging 8.1 yards per carry. :Twisted::Twisted:


According to the article, the niners and raiders practiced together all week.... The raiders knew who to try to throw on and who not to....


Singletary is going with a run first game plan, knowing he doesn't have a strong QB.

Good pre-season game!

fishermanwife
08-23-2009, 04:38 PM
Not only the uglyest but the most gay too, welll we all know san fagcisco is the gay capital of the world :ROFL:.

I'd have to disagree on this one... I think the Vikings have the gayest colors.. Come on PURPLE?? Yeah, that's gay.. :LOL:

Troutman65
08-23-2009, 06:42 PM
I'd have to disagree on this one... I think the Vikings have the gayest colors.. Come on PURPLE?? Yeah, that's gay.. :LOL:


There is nothing gay about the color purple or the Vikings.:mad:

The Angler
08-24-2009, 09:43 AM
According to the article, the niners and raiders practiced together all week.... The raiders knew who to try to throw on and who not to....


Singletary is going with a run first game plan, knowing he doesn't have a strong QB.

Good pre-season game!

Yea for me it was a very good game. I was glad to see the O-line making those holes big enough to drive a truck through. Alex Smith didnt perform as well as the first preseason game but I still think we need to start him. Even our third stringer Davis was looking good, That guy has some major zip in his throwing arm.


GO NINERS

call the colors what u want hell they can be pink for all I care. Its more embarrising when Your team gets smashed by men in pink or gold & maroon:ROFL:

jbassc
08-25-2009, 12:19 AM
I'd have to disagree on this one... I think the Vikings have the gayest colors.. Come on PURPLE?? Yeah, that's gay.. :LOL:


:ROFL::ROFL::ROFL:Cant argue with you there purple is gay as hell,But the horny-niners have the gay roots being from san fagcisco and all.

troutdog
08-25-2009, 01:24 AM
I'd have to disagree on this one... I think the Vikings have the gayest colors.. Come on PURPLE?? Yeah, that's gay.. :LOL:

Funny how people don't talk that kinda trash about the Lakers, crazy how being a winner changes perception.

Nice job on the video screen at the 900 billion dollar stadium being to low to the playing field....who goofed? :LOL:


TD

fishermanwife
08-25-2009, 06:08 AM
Funny how people don't talk that kinda trash about the Lakers, crazy how being a winner changes perception.

Nice job on the video screen at the 900 billion dollar stadium being to low to the playing field....who goofed? :LOL:


TD

I would say the architect that designed it.. They must have hired him from St. Louis..

The making of the building has nothing to do with the team that plays on the field..

troutdog
08-25-2009, 11:28 AM
I would say the architect that designed it.. They must have hired him from St. Louis..

The making of the building has nothing to do with the team that plays on the field..

I heard TO designed the stadium as he was walking out the door, but if it was indeed a St Louis guy should I expect a big screen hanging from the Arch at some point this season? :LOL:

I have to agree the building has nothing to do with the team that plays in it, especailly considering the stadium is supposedly 2nd to none and well....you know :Wink:

I do really wish the Rams were coming to check out the big screen this year though, I sure enjoyed having your team swinging by last season!
http://ballhype.com/nfl/game/2008-10-19/dallas_cowboys/st_louis_rams/

(I love football season)


TD

The Angler
08-25-2009, 02:41 PM
Havent u guys heard about all the crazy things that have happened to the stadium while it was being built? I think there was like 3-4 people that died during it construction and alot of faulty **** was going on during it. Jones was even quoted as saying he thinks the building is hexed:ROFL:

Top notch stadium my ***!!!

Dallas Cowboys 8-8 this season & miss playoffs AGAIN:Secret:

DocHolliday
08-25-2009, 02:44 PM
Saints in the Superbowl... im calling it now. Reggie will stay healthy, Drew will not have to pass for 5k and the Defense will be drastically improved...

Gregg Williams FTMFW !

fishermanwife
08-25-2009, 07:42 PM
Reggie Bush is not making it even close to any Super Bowl this year.. He is too distraught since Kim breaking up with him.

Now Romo... Now he is on the right track to going to the Super Bowl this year.. Especially after breaking up the that hex... I mean heffer... (cough) I mean Jessica Simpson.. :LOL:

His head is in the game and I can already see the Super Bowl celebration for the Dallas Cowboys. :Envious:

fishermanwife
08-25-2009, 07:47 PM
I do really wish the Rams were coming to check out the big screen this year though, I sure enjoyed having your team swinging by last season!
http://ballhype.com/nfl/game/2008-10-19/dallas_cowboys/st_louis_rams/

(I love football season)


TD

That was just a fluke... Will never happen again..

Yes, I agree... I LOVE FOOTBALL SEASON TOO..

Troutman65
08-28-2009, 01:23 PM
Man, Fishermanwife sure can talk some football smack. :LOL::Wink:


My Vikings are going to do better than your Cowboys this year :!!!:


Yeah, TD is right. No one bags on the colors of the Lakers . ( Same as the Vikings .) ( Did anyone know that the Lakers came from Minnesota back in the day ? :LOL::Wink: )

fishermanwife
08-28-2009, 05:45 PM
Man, Fishermanwife sure can talk some football smack. :LOL::Wink:


My Vikings are going to do better than your Cowboys this year :!!!:



I will let you have your wishful thinking for the moment.. But the results this season will prove differently :Secret: :Envious:

GO COWBOYS!!

The Angler
08-28-2009, 11:17 PM
I will let you have your wishful thinking for the moment.. But the results this season will prove differently :Secret: :Envious:

GO COWBOYS!!

I love the fact that Cowboy fans think THERE AMERICAS TEAM ???? WTF Who voted for that BUllcrap, certainly not me? Romo oh I mean Chokmo is this amazing QB Plz look at his stats hes garbage. Dallas Cowboys fans cant even realise how much T.O. did for them. So dont think witten is going to get as many touches as he did last year common sense double T.O. would almost always give Witten & the other recivers single coverge T.O spread the defense so much its not even funny. Say what you will about the guys personal life but u know he brought it 110% every game. With Roy william hurt now all they have is felix jones & barber so expect to see the cowboys running the ball like crazy. there defense is pretty much a joke so ....


Cant wait for the NINER beat down tomarrow:Wink:


GO NINERS:!!!:

fishermanwife
08-29-2009, 12:33 AM
Hey I never said I was glad T.O was gone.. He was a darn good football player. Cowboys should have never let him go. So he cried and complained alot.. That was him just showing passion for the game.. I admit Cowboys probably made a big mistake in dropping him.. I have much respect for him as a football player... If any of you watch the T.O show on VH1 it shows he is not a bad guy after all. :Wink:

Besides the point. Whether they have T.O or not I still have faith in my team.. Ill be a fan.. WIN... LOSE or TIE...Ill be a Cowboy fan till I DIE..

Our next two games should be easy.. the niners and the vikings.. PIECE OF CAKE :Big Grin: I can already smell VICTORY.. :LOL:

Troutman65
08-29-2009, 01:02 AM
Our next two games should be easy.. the niners and the vikings.. PIECE OF CAKE :Big Grin: I can already smell VICTORY.. :LOL:




:EyePop: Piece of cake :???:


I think you may of fallen and bumped your head tonight. :Wink:

The Angler
08-29-2009, 12:26 PM
:EyePop: Piece of cake :???:


I think you may of fallen and bumped your head tonight. :Wink:

Hahah exaclty NIners victorious tonight !!!

fishermanwife
08-29-2009, 07:34 PM
Hahah exaclty NIners victorious tonight !!!



:Secret: I can already smell the cake... (sniff sniff) smells good... I love victory cakes!! :ROFL:

fishermanwife
08-29-2009, 09:02 PM
I didnt really need the cake anyway.. :Crying: :ROFL:

primo55
08-30-2009, 10:26 AM
This season will see the Oakland Raiders return to the top of the afc!
Oakland has the best secondary in football..and one of the top running games in the nfl.
And we finally get to see the raiders on thanksgiving day football!
Go Raiders!

jbassc
08-30-2009, 12:22 PM
This season will see the Oakland Raiders return to the top of the afc!
Oakland has the best secondary in football..and one of the top running games in the nfl.
And we finally get to see the raiders on thanksgiving day football!
Go Raiders!


Yeah the raiders do have a few more weapons this year but as a true raider fan i was really dissapointed in the saints game i mean it was embarrasing and shocking how our defense sucked balls the whole game and to be honest with you russell is looking worse every year i just dont think he has what it takes to be a great QB too bad theres goes another first round pick to the trash,But no matter what its all about the RAIDERS BABY.

DocHolliday
08-30-2009, 01:33 PM
This season will see the Oakland Raiders return to the top of the afc!
Oakland has the best secondary in football..and one of the top running games in the nfl.
And we finally get to see the raiders on thanksgiving day football!
Go Raiders!

So you didnt watch the game yesterday ? looked like brees and Co. were runnin against their practice squad.

GET DA NET
08-30-2009, 03:11 PM
Show me a raider picture like this......




http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll210/SoCalGuy7/5superbowls.jpg


Or this......




http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o186/49ergrl/ALL%20%20ABOUT%20THE%2049ERS/Joe-MontanaWith-Superbowl-Rings.jpg


The raiders looked great in their last Super Bowl didn't they....?

Now watch Raider fan will come back with "shut your mouth or else" or "we're great, you suck"



Show me why your team is so "great". Because they moved out of LA?.......

Commitment to Excrement

3 super bowl titles is good for now, just remember before SF won their first title Raiders had 2 under theirs belts.
http://i542.photobucket.com/albums/gg438/GET_DA_NET/Trophies.jpg



HERE'S MY FAVORITE PICTURE OF "JOE COOL", THANKS LEONARD MARSHALL.lol
http://i542.photobucket.com/albums/gg438/GET_DA_NET/joemontana.jpg

The Angler
08-30-2009, 09:23 PM
:Secret: I can already smell the cake... (sniff sniff) smells good... I love victory cakes!! :ROFL:
Haha counting the chickens before they hatched

I didnt really need the cake anyway.. :Crying: :ROFL:

Just read this thread for the first time since the game i found that hilarious :ROFL:

fishermanwife
08-30-2009, 09:43 PM
I'm glad that I can amuse you.

The Angler
09-03-2009, 03:12 PM
2 more weeks for the season openr i cant Wait


GO NINERS:Twisted:

Hitts0n
09-04-2009, 01:02 PM
http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k56/hitts0n/pittsburgh-steelers_mean.jpg

http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k56/hitts0n/wardsuperbowl.jpg

http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k56/hitts0n/Burgeronfire.jpg

troutdog
09-04-2009, 01:32 PM
1st pic looks like a wannabe Raider pic.....2nd one I like and deserves respect/kudos, 3rd one is just LAME(REAL scary facial expression!) :LOL:

Represent your team with pride and class....your Steeler flag by the kiddie pond at the Vine last weekend was classssssssic! :ROFL:


TD

Hitts0n
09-04-2009, 01:37 PM
http://i269.photobucket.com/albums/jj43/bigredkiller/008-4.jpg

Troutman65
09-04-2009, 02:50 PM
[quote=troutdog;384100]1st pic looks like a wannabe Raider pic.....2nd one I like and deserves respect/kudos, 3rd one is just LAME(REAL scary facial expression!) :LOL:

Represent your team with pride and class.



I agree 100 % TD.


Go Vikings :!!!:

SoCalGuy7
09-04-2009, 03:55 PM
Not my teams, but for those of you who have watched football for a while............:Envious:


http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll210/SoCalGuy7/ImmaculateReception.jpg

Hitts0n
09-12-2009, 05:13 PM
Good luck to everyone's team this weekend! I'n in a football pool! Pay me !

The Angler
09-12-2009, 09:38 PM
Yea good luck to everyone Hopefully my 9 team parlay goes through, & ill win 16,000 :Twisted:

SoCalGuy7
09-13-2009, 06:35 PM
A great division win to start the year!!!!!!

Lightning
09-13-2009, 09:24 PM
I'm a Redskins (Pro) & Ohio State (college) fan.Obviously,I enjoy heartache & pain.

fishermanwife
09-13-2009, 09:52 PM
Alright... Cowboys got their first of MANY MORE WINS TO COME THIS SEASON.. :Dancing Banana::Dancing Banana::Dancing Banana:

The Angler
09-13-2009, 10:53 PM
A great division win to start the year!!!!!!
Hell yea thats what im talking about. Our defense looked solid the first half & seemed to start running out of gas during the third. But the little talk Mike gave them during the time out seemed to get them fired up again.To bad the running game didnt go off like i thought it would but now I expect all the teams we face to have a big 8 man front against us cause our real threat is the run game.

Alright... Cowboys got their first of MANY MORE WINS TO COME THIS SEASON.. :Dancing Banana::Dancing Banana::Dancing Banana:

Dont get to happy look who they played, A very old Tampa defense.



GO NINERS

Didint win my Parlay bet:Sad: freaking Dallas destroyed it for me I had 8/9 teams picked right.

BUT I did win a little smaller bet I made $200.00:Wink: A little something is better than nothing

fishermanwife
09-13-2009, 11:16 PM
Hell yea thats what im talking about. Our defense looked solid the first half & seemed to start running out of gas during the third. But the little talk Mike gave them during the time out seemed to get them fired up again.To bad the running game didnt go off like i thought it would but now I expect all the teams we face to have a big 8 man front against us cause our real threat is the run game.


Dont get to happy look who they played, A very old Tampa defense.



GO NINERS

Didint win my Parlay bet:Sad: freaking Dallas destroyed it for me I had 8/9 teams picked right.

BUT I did win a little smaller bet I made $200.00:Wink: A little something is better than nothing

Wait, you mention this old Tampa defense, yet knowing this you still picked Dallas to lose??? Shame on you.. Never ever underestimate Dallas... Lesson learned right.. :Wink:

GO COWBOYS!!!

Troutman65
09-14-2009, 12:21 AM
I am giving a hot betting tip for week two of the NFL Season. Bet on the Vikings to win.:Envious:

fisherman from long beach
09-14-2009, 08:25 AM
I am giving a hot betting tip for week two of the NFL Season. Bet on the Vikings to win.:Envious:
i'll take that bet ,dont under estimate that team,i watched the opener and your week two opponent went and played pretty good,despite the score.:Embarrassed:a couple of missed chances and the outcome would be diffrent:Angry:so what's the bet?

The Angler
09-14-2009, 12:56 PM
Wait, you mention this old Tampa defense, yet knowing this you still picked Dallas to lose??? Shame on you.. Never ever underestimate Dallas... Lesson learned right.. :Wink:

GO COWBOYS!!!

Thats exactly what my bro inlaw said, " Go Ahead buddy, Let your emotions make your bets" lol well Now i wont make the same mistake betting against teams I dont like even though the payout is high is most likely not going to happen:Confused:

fisherman from long beach
09-14-2009, 01:03 PM
did you guys hear that brian urlacher is gonr for the year,dislocated wrist had surgery and is gone,he is the heart and soul of that defense.

The Angler
09-14-2009, 04:50 PM
Wow I seen him sitting out the second half of the game. Didnt think the injury was that serious out for the season?

SoCalGuy7
09-14-2009, 05:00 PM
TD, when did you want me to start the "Rams are going all the way" thread?
:ROFL::ROFL::Embarrassed::Embarrassed::ROFL::ROFL: :Envious::Envious::ROFL::ROFL::LOL::LOL::ROFL::ROF L:

troutdog
09-14-2009, 05:02 PM
TD, when did you want me to start the "Rams are going all the way" thread?
:ROFL::ROFL::Embarrassed::Embarrassed::ROFL::ROFL: :Envious::Envious::ROFL::ROFL::LOL::LOL::ROFL::ROF L:



What do the rams, patriots, bills, chargers and raiders all have in common? They all have yet to score this week! :ROFL:

They are going to be AWFUL again this year....I am calling the Fleahawks to take the divsion btw :Wink:


TD

SoCalGuy7
09-14-2009, 05:08 PM
what do the rams, patriots, bills, chargers and raiders all have in common? They all have yet to score this week! :rofl:

They are going to be awful again this year....i am calling the fleahawks to take the divsion btw :wink:


Td

:LOL::LOL::LOL::LOL::LOL:

I just realized they were the only team that played that hadn't scored.....:Embarrassed::Embarrassed:

Maybe, the rams can draft CrabApple next year.....:ROFL:

troutdog
09-14-2009, 05:19 PM
:LOL::LOL::LOL::LOL::LOL:

I just realized they were the only team that played that hadn't scored.....:Embarrassed::Embarrassed:

Maybe, the rams can draft CrabApple next year.....:ROFL:

Well they did score, but I guess since they did so with 12 men on the field it doesn't really count if you get caught huh? :LOL:

Ohhhh this is going to be a long season....atleast we still have USC football here in So Cal :Wink:

As far as your Crabs go, not so fast buddy...
http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_ylt=AoCo4mti4OPp8w42kLnhcBs5nYcB?slug=ap-49ers-crabtree&prov=ap&type=lgns


TD

fishermanwife
09-14-2009, 08:15 PM
What an entertaining last 50 seconds of that Bills game:!!!::!!!: :Shocked:

SoCalGuy7
09-15-2009, 12:26 AM
Were the only team not to score on the first weekend of football.....:Confused:

troutdog
09-15-2009, 01:13 AM
Were the only team not to score on the first weekend of football.....:Confused:

Maybe they're under the impression it can improve their draft pick somehow :???: :LOL:


TD

Hitts0n
09-15-2009, 12:15 PM
Dayum I have to give the Oakland Raiders credit !!! What A shocker !!


Oh...and the 49ers !!

sweetfish
09-15-2009, 01:41 PM
Hitts,

Your Steelers have a tough match up against the Bears. Do you think that Palomalu's backup will fill in to stop the run (Forte)? I just hope he doesn't get run over like the backup for Sanders (Colts) did two years ago when Sanders was out. It would be nice to see the Steelers D harass Crybaby all day long and he throws another 4 Int's.

The Angler
09-15-2009, 05:08 PM
Hitts,

Your Steelers have a tough match up against the Bears. Do you think that Palomalu's backup will fill in to stop the run (Forte)? I just hope he doesn't get run over like the backup for Sanders (Colts) did two years ago when Sanders was out. It would be nice to see the Steelers D harass Crybaby all day long and he throws another 4 Int's.

What are u talking about tuff matchup? Steelers are going to have a strool in the park this whole season.:Evil:

Hitts0n
09-17-2009, 02:28 AM
Hitts,

Your Steelers have a tough match up against the Bears. Do you think that Palomalu's backup will fill in to stop the run (Forte)? I just hope he doesn't get run over like the backup for Sanders (Colts) did two years ago when Sanders was out. It would be nice to see the Steelers D harass Crybaby all day long and he throws another 4 Int's.



only teams I worry about this year is Minnesota,and Baltimore !

Troutman65
09-17-2009, 04:42 AM
only teams I worry about this year is Minnesota,and Baltimore !


Thats right Hitts. My Vikings are going to go all the way this year :!!!::LOL::Wink::Cool::Razz::ROFL:

fishermanwife
09-17-2009, 05:51 AM
What are u talking about tuff matchup? Steelers are going to have a strool in the park this whole season.:Evil:


You are right Steelers have it real easy this season... They are not put up to the challenge until week 15 when they play GB..

So, if they do good this season it's not cause they are a good team, it's cause they as you put it, had a stroll in the park this season..

Take notice they don't play the Cowboys.... Be glad they don't cause they would have lost..

Cowboys are back!!

GO COWBOYS!!!

The Angler
09-21-2009, 03:12 AM
You are right Steelers have it real easy this season... They are not put up to the challenge until week 15 when they play GB..

So, if they do good this season it's not cause they are a good team, it's cause they as you put it, had a stroll in the park this season..

Take notice they don't play the Cowboys.... Be glad they don't cause they would have lost..

Cowboys are back!!

GO COWBOYS!!!

I dont know about the cowboys been back after today, Romo is a joke like i have said before. You guys thought T.O was the cancer,Get rid of Romo while u can. His first season was a major fluke + he dropped the infamous field goal snap. Romo is a joke. No wonder Jessica left him.



On the other hand the 49ers are looking tuff so far we won our first 2 very very important games against division rivals Arizona & Seahawks. Did you guys Catch thos 78,79 Yrd rushing TD's By Frank Gore. Plus it was the same exact play. then rossum with a punt return that got called back? 49ers are looking like they are improving every game.

PUT IT ON THE BOARD RIGHT NOW, 49ERS WIN THE NFC WEST DIVISION!!!!!:Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twisted:: Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twist ed::Twisted::Twisted:

Troutman65
09-21-2009, 03:16 AM
I dont know about the cowboys been back after today, Romo is a joke like i have said before. You guys thought T.O was the cancer,Get rid of Romo while u can. His first season was a major fluke + he dropped the infamous field goal snap. Romo is a joke. No wonder Jessica left him.



On the other hand the 49ers are looking tuff so far we won our first 2 very very important games against division rivals Arizona & Seahawks. Did you guys Catch thos 78,79 Yrd rushing TD's By Frank Gore. Plus it was the same exact play. then rossum with a punt return that got called back? 49ers are looking like they are improving every game.

PUT IT ON THE BOARD RIGHT NOW, 49ERS WIN THE NFC WEST DIVISION!!!!!:Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twisted:: Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twist ed::Twisted::Twisted:


Congrats on your two wins so far. The season is early yet. :Wink::Big Grin:

fishermanwife
09-21-2009, 08:05 AM
I dont know about the cowboys been back after today, Romo is a joke like i have said before. You guys thought T.O was the cancer,Get rid of Romo while u can. His first season was a major fluke + he dropped the infamous field goal snap. Romo is a joke. No wonder Jessica left him.

PUT IT ON THE BOARD RIGHT NOW, 49ERS WIN THE NFC WEST DIVISION!!!!!:Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twisted:: Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twisted::Twist ed::Twisted::Twisted:


You've got some HIGH HOPES ON THAT ONE!!!

Romo does tick me off a lot, but he does have the potential of being a good quarterback. I don't know what the heck is wrong with him.. You are right I dont think they should have gotten rid of T.O. He is an awesome player. I've said that from the beginning I dont think that was a good choice.. Yeah so he has an attitude problem on the field, but that is just his passion for the game coming out.. He wants to win.. but oh well whats done is done.. Nothing I can do about it..

Oh and Jessica didn't break up with Romo....Romo broke up with her, in fact the day before her damn Barbie and Ken birthday party.

I do believe he needs to get his head out of his A&& though.

wellbilldancesays
09-21-2009, 09:02 AM
only teams I worry about this year is Minnesota,and Baltimore !



You better worry about more teams than that. :ROFL:

troutdog
09-21-2009, 12:35 PM
So the Rams scored a touchdown and they didn't give one up, BUT they still found a way to lose...that top 3 pick is looking solid so far! :LOL:


TD

The Angler
09-21-2009, 02:10 PM
Congrats on your two wins so far. The season is early yet. :Wink::Big Grin:

Yea it is but We won 2 very important games alreay against divisional teams we play the viking this week then where going to destroy the next divisional team Rams. we have a very good chance going 4-0 or 3-1 with 3 wins over the divsion. then we play the same teams again later in the season. i think we'll be able to sweep our division this year we'll get 2 from Arizona,2 from Seahawks and 2 from the Rams making us 6-0 in the NFC West. By that we will be divisional champs


You've got some HIGH HOPES ON THAT ONE!!!

Romo does tick me off a lot, but he does have the potential of being a good quarterback. I don't know what the heck is wrong with him.. You are right I dont think they should have gotten rid of T.O. He is an awesome player. I've said that from the beginning I dont think that was a good choice.. Yeah so he has an attitude problem on the field, but that is just his passion for the game coming out.. He wants to win.. but oh well whats done is done.. Nothing I can do about it..

Oh and Jessica didn't break up with Romo....Romo broke up with her, in fact the day before her damn Barbie and Ken birthday party.

I do believe he needs to get his head out of his A&& though.

Cowboys should start looking for a QB right now all Romo does is throw up prayers and hope Williams, Crayton come down with it. when he throws passes underneath its usually picked off. his passing game relies on little short passes to the RB's on the flats or a little 5-6 yrd dump offs to witten & the big deep prayers downfield. I actually thought he was the cowboys next troy aikmen but hes far from that.


You better worry about more teams than that. :ROFL:

I agree, with your big gun in the safety spot out your defense took a big hit back there, and the offense is looking a little rusty still. Big ben needs to pick it up

Troutman65
09-21-2009, 04:02 PM
Yea it is but We won 2 very important games alreay against divisional teams we play the viking this week then where going to destroy the next divisional team Rams. we have a very good chance going 4-0 or 3-1 with 3 wins over the divsion. then we play the same teams again later in the season. i think we'll be able to sweep our division this year we'll get 2 from Arizona,2 from Seahawks and 2 from the Rams making us 6-0 in the NFC West. By that we will be divisional champs







You got it all backwards . The Vikings will be the Divisional Champs.

The Niners are going down this weekend. :LOL:

Hitts0n
09-22-2009, 03:22 PM
You better worry about more teams than that. :ROFL:


Worry 4 what? Cuss our kicker missed field goals? Chicago just got the win,we didnt get our asses tapped.:!!!:

Hitts0n
09-22-2009, 03:23 PM
<-------------------- GIVING RAIDERS PROPS !!:EyePop:

SoCalGuy7
09-22-2009, 05:15 PM
Rams 7 points for the season......:Embarrassed::Embarrassed::Embarrassed :

:ROFL:

fishfinder
09-22-2009, 07:37 PM
<-------------------- GIVING RAIDERS PROPS !!:EyePop:


Broncos are toast this sunday, gotta go to coaches to watch it though.

The Angler
09-25-2009, 01:05 PM
Broncos are toast this sunday, gotta go to coaches to watch it though.

Are u kidding me?


Broncos Defense is going to have a field day with Russel:Wink:

fishfinder
09-25-2009, 09:09 PM
Are u kidding me?


Broncos Defense is going to have a field day with Russel:Wink:

good then they will put gradcowski in

Hitts0n
09-27-2009, 01:03 AM
Good luck to everyones team tomorrow ! Our foot ball pool is 200 bucks!! I hope I can win it !! Go Steel boys !!

Troutman65
09-27-2009, 12:24 PM
Good luck to everyones team tomorrow ! Our foot ball pool is 200 bucks!! I hope I can win it !! Go Steel boys !!


Thanks Hitts.



GO VIKINGS !!!!!

The Angler
09-27-2009, 12:27 PM
Good luck to you to hitts.


GO NINERS:Twisted:

Hitts0n
09-27-2009, 02:43 PM
Game of the week !

Minnesota lucky as prayer win over the tuff 49ers !!

Beautiful !!

Troutman65
09-27-2009, 02:47 PM
Game of the week !

Minnesota lucky as prayer win over the tuff 49ers !!

Beautiful !!


Yes, game of the week for sure.


49ers got some VERY LUCKY Ref. calls during this game that hurt the Vikings more than a few times.

I like to call it Skill because of this player Hitts,


http://fishinghotpage.com/users/tmp3/vikefarve.jpg

The Angler
10-04-2009, 10:17 PM
NINERS BABY 3-1


2 defensive touchdows for us plus a Special teams touchdown. our offense didnt even have to play:Twisted:

Johnnyblaze2009
10-05-2009, 09:34 AM
Pittsburgh, PA. The Super Bowl XLIII Champion Pittsburgh Steelers, the only team to win six titles, will soon be loosing half of those trophies. After a meeting between NFL Commissioner Rodger Gadel and President Barack Hussain Obama, Obama decided to redistribute half of their Steeler Super Bowl victories and trophies to less fortunate teams in the league.

“We live everyday in the country that invented the Super Bowl.” said Obama “We are not about to lose this Great American tradition in the wake of these difficult times.”

Obama’s plan calls for the Steelers, who are a successful NFL team, to give half of their Super Bowl trophies to teams that are not successful or have not been as successful as the Steelers. “The Detroit Lions are just as much a part of the same fiber of the NFL as the Steelers and they should, no rather will, be entitled to a Super Bowl Trophy as well.” Obama explains in his plan that he has imposed on Godel and the NFL.

The Pittsburgh Steelers, who by virtue of hard work, excellent team play, stellar draft choices, responsible investing of free agents, careful hiring of coaches and excellent community service and commitment to their fans, has prospered greatly during the past 30 years and have won six Super Bowl Trophies. But President Barack Hussain Obama’s plan calls for the Pittsburgh Steelers to carry the larger burden of the NFL’s less successful teams.

Obama went on to further proclaim, “In these difficult times we are all in this to work together. We must reclaim the NFL Championship Dream for every team, for every city and for every fan.”

“My plan will not affect 31 of the 32 teams in the league.” Obama assures. That’s over 95 percent of the teams in the NFL will not have to worry about loosing any Super Bowl Trophies. “The worst teams in the NFL and the teams that can’t seem to get a break and win a championship will no longer have to worry about going without a title.” Obama promises. “We are a country and league of hope. We all need to make a change. It does not matter the color of the teams uniforms, the personal decisions that the teams make or their performance but rather if they are a member of this great American league.”

The Super Bowl XLIII trophy will be redistributed to the 0-16 Detroit Lions. Through no fault of their own incompetence, the Lions could not manage a victory all season and this trophy will help ease the pain of their lack of performance and give them hope once again. The redistribution of Super Bowl XL trophy will go directly to the Steeler’s division rival the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals who also have fallen on hard times have never won a Super Bowl.

This victory will bring a smile to hundreds of Bengal fans all over the world as they can now celebrate. Finally, one of the Steeler’s two Super Bowl victories over the Dallas Cowboys will go back to the Cowboys since the league needs to provide hope in the face of difficulty and provide hope in the face of uncertainty. This is a heavy burden for the Steelers but together we can all prosper.

All hope is not lost for Pittsburgh fans, Barack Hussain Obama has another plan in place. Obama has meet with MLB and commissioner Bud Selig on a similar plan. The New York Yankees will redistribute two of their world series trophies to the Pittsburgh Pirates as a supplement to their loosing 16 straight seasons and counting. This plan will help stimulate the Pirates and enable them to regain the American Dream.

Barack Hussain Obama will be meeting with the NHL and Michael Phelps in the upcoming weeks as this issue is high on his agenda for “Hope and Change.”

Steelers must now share their wealth and fruits of their success and hard work.

Johnnyblaze2009
10-05-2009, 09:48 AM
15682
this is how we do it
15684
15683

The Angler
10-05-2009, 01:31 PM
15682
this is how we do it
15684
15683

I always wondered who that jackass was driving that truck.....












haha J/K:Wink:

Johnnyblaze2009
10-05-2009, 04:39 PM
yeah that was me, and you were that RAIDER fan I cut off, you couldn't read my plates cuz my flag was all up in your grill... lol :ROFL: jk

The Angler
10-05-2009, 11:13 PM
yeah that was me, and you were that RAIDER fan I cut off, you couldn't read my plates cuz my flag was all up in your grill... lol :ROFL: jk

Um.... Im not a Raider fan dont ever mistake me again for a Raider fan them's some fight'N words:Wink:



GO NINERS

Troutman65
10-05-2009, 11:25 PM
So , How about my Vikings win tonight ?

4 & 0 now

SoCalGuy7
10-05-2009, 11:35 PM
Intersting online article....



JaMarcus Russell (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/8255/)(notes) (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/8255/news), Quarterback, Oakland Raiders (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/oak/). This is becoming a farce. Quarterbacks do not play this way and keep their job. It just doesn't happen.

Maybe if it's a rookie, and the team's going nowhere, and there are no better options, you might tolerate this kind of play. But this is a third-year guy, and there are better options, like, oh, say, I don't know ... any other quarterback in professional football.


In three of four games, he's had a completion percentage of 40 percent or lower. In the one he didn't, he had zero touchdowns and two interceptions. His completion percentage on the year is 39.8%. Of the quarterbacks in the league with 100 or more attempts, his quarterback rating is the lowest, by 23.1 points. Watching him play quarterback makes people feel sad, all day.





I don't believe that any sane coach would let him keep his job as a starter. And I believe that Tom Cable is a sane coach. Therefore, I've got to believe that this decision is coming from somewhere else, like, for example, the JaMarcus Russell of owners.

SoCalGuy7
10-06-2009, 05:07 AM
WEEI.com NFL Power Rankings - Week 5 10.06.09 at 1:48 am ET By Joe Zarbano (http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/sports/newengland/football/patriots/author/joey-zarbano/)
The Saints come marching in to the No.1 spot in this week’s WEEI NFL Power Rankings. After a strong performance against the Jets, New Orleans and Drew Brees find themselves on top of the football world. The Saints are joined by the Colts, Giants, Jets and Patriots in the Top 5. The Ravens drop from the top 5 to No. 7 after losing to New England on Sunday.
The Broncos improved to 4-0 and jump to the No. 13 spot. This Sunday will show us what the Broncos are made of, as they will likely face their toughest test yet in New England. The Patriots will play their fourth straight game against an undefeated team — New England is the first team to start a season against five unbeaten teams since the 1986 Philadelphia Eagles. For more on this, click here. (http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/sports/newengland/football/patriots/2009/10/05/another-week-another-undefeated-team/)
Lastly, congratulations to Brett Favre on becoming the first quarterback in the NFL to defeat all 32 teams. That is quite a feat. Favre, Adrian Peterson, Jared Allen and the rest of the Vikings are at No.6.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/saints_45.gif1. (Last Week, 4) 4-0-0 Who would have thought the Saints defense would be the difference maker four weeks into the season? New Orleans continues to cause turnovers and then capitalize on them. The Saints have 10 interceptions, and are tied at second place in the NFL with plus 7 in the takeaway/giveaway department.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/ind.gif2. (3) 4-0-0 Peyton Manning and the Colts offense are at the top of almost every offensive statistic possible. They rank first in passing yards, passing touchdowns and receiving yards. The Colts are firing all all cylinders.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/nyg.gif3. (1) 4-0-0The Giants have only their weak schedule to blame for falling a couple spots in the rankings. The undefeated G-Men are one of the best teams in the NFL and will be competing for the top spot all year. Many are looking forward to Week 6, when the Saints and Giants square off in New Orleans. Eli Manning has stepped up his game another notch this year after many thought his game would suffer with the loss of Plaxico Burress. The Giants rank 1st in the NFL in total defense.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/jets_45.gif4. (5) 3-1-0 Mark Sanchez and the Jets came back to earth on Sunday in New Orleans, where Sanchez finally looked like a rookie. However, the New York defense is still one of the best in the league, allowing an average of 14.3 points per game. The Jets will take advantage of their easy schedule over the next five weeks — they will play Miami, Buffalo, Oakland, Miami and Jacksonville leading up to their rematch against the Patriots in Foxboro.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/patriots_45.gif 5. (6) 3-1-0 New England’s defense has shut down two top offenses in back to back weeks without its best defensive player (Jerod Mayo). This defense can only get better. Brandon Meriweather is flying around the field making plays and they have received valuable contributions from unexpected players like Brandon McGowan and Gary Guyton.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/vikings_45.gif6. (7) 4-0-0 Jared Allen showed the country that Brett Favre and Adrian Peterson aren’t the only two players on the team. Favre said it best when he called Jared Allen a “beast.” Number 4 is playing great after four weeks and he says his arm feels good.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/bal.gif7. (2) 3-1-0 I have a feeling the Ravens will get a chance to see the Patriots again this season. Baltimore has great talent on both sides of the football.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/49ers_45.gif8. (14) 3-1-0 Patrick Willis is leading this 49ers defense, one of the best in the league. San Francisco is allowing 13.3 yards per game on average and rank 2nd in points allowed in the NFL. Plus, if the rumors are true about Michael Crabtree, the 49ers could be adding a major piece to their offense.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/steelers_45.gif 9. (9) 2-2-0 The Steelers running game led by Rashard Mendenhall, who finally showed up on Sunday. Ben Roethlisberger threw for over 300 yards for the second time this year and seems to be finding a great rhythm with tight end Heath Miller. When Troy Polamalu returns, this Pittsburgh team will be one of the best in the league.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/atl.gif10. (12) 2-1-0Matt Ryan and the Falcons will have had two weeks to prepare for the 49ers come Sunday. They will be fresh and ready to show the NFL world if they are for real or not.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/bears_45.gif11. (11) 3-1-0 Chicago goes into its bye week with a three-game winning streak. Jay Cutler and the offense have started off great. However, the defense has allowed the second-most 17th-most yards in the NFL. That is an area the Bears will need to improve on if they want continued success this season.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/bengals_45.gif12. (10) 3-1-0 The Bengals drop down a few spots after almost losing to one of the most pathetic teams in football, but you have to love watching this team. They’re playing with confidence and tenacity, and it’s fun to watch. Cedric Benson said it best after the game: “We had nothing to lose…It’s either a tie or a loss, and a tie is pretty much a loss anyway.” I couldn’t agree more! Who wants to see a tie after five quarters of football?
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/broncos_45.gif13. (17) 4-0-0 It’s tough to ignore the 4-0 record and the outstanding defensive play by the Broncos. It wouldn’t be fair of me not to mention that the Broncos are allowing just 6.3 points a game on average, or the fact that they lead the league in sacks with 15. With all that said, I’m still not sold. The lack of talent on the opposing teams they have faced is alarming. Let’s see what they can do against the Pats.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/packers_45.gif14. (13) 2-2-0 The Packers inability to protect Aaron Rodgers was certainly exposed on Monday night. Rodgers was constantly forced out of the pocket and sacked eight times.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/phi.gif15. (15) 2-1-0 After a week of rest, Donovan McNabb and Brian Westbrook both returned to practice on Monday. The bye week came at a much needed time for the Eagles.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/sdg.gif16. (8) 2-2-0 The Chargers have underpeformed through the first four games. Shawne Merriman hasn’t become that unstoppable force that made him so great before he got injured.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/jaguars_45.gif17. (22) 2-2-0 The Jaguars are on the way up after beating the Titans by 20 points. Jacksonville proved its offense can pass the ball just as well as run the ball. Garrard threw for 323 yards and three TD’s. He’s only thrown one interception this year.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/cardinals_45.gif18. (19) 1-2-0 The Cardinals have jumped to a slow start. Let’s see if they can use this bye week to their advantage and get Kurt Warner and the offense going again.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/texans_45.gif19. (23) 2-2-0 Currently, the best football team in Texas. However, that’s not saying much.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/cowboys_45.gif20. (16) 2-2-0 Tony Romo is the mayor of Struggle City, USA. Once again Romo fails to get the job done when he is needed most. I don’t understand the strategy of constantly throwing the ball towards the best cornerback in the NFL.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/dolphins_45.gif21. (24) 1-3-0 The Dolphins shocked everybody on Sunday after they routed the Bills without Chad Pennington. Miami faces another tough test Monday night against the Jets.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/seahawks_45.gif22. (20)1-3-0 Seattle’s defense was no match for Peyton Manning and the Colts. The Seahawks have been nagged by many injuries to key players like Matt Hasselbeck, offensive lineman Walter Jones, and defensive end Patrick Kerney.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/ten.gif23. (18) 0-4-0 Starting Vince Young at quarterback won’t fix any problems, because Kerry Collins isn’t the reason this team is struggling right now. Tennessee has one of the worst pass defenses in the league and ranks 26th in points allowed.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/bills_45.gif24. (21)1-3-0 The Bills haven’t been able to get anything done offensively. It’s time to simplify the offense and find a way to move on from the no-huddle strategy.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/panthers_45.gif25. (25)The Panthers hopefully used their bye week trying to solve their turnover problems. Carolina is ranked last in the league in the giveaways/takeaways category with a minus-eight.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/lions_45.gif26. (26)1-3-0 I don’t think anyone really expected the Lions to beat the Bears. Matthew Stafford injured his knee in the loss to Chicago, but according to reports, only is suffering from some swelling.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/redskins_45.gif27. (27)2-2-0 After an embarrassing loss to the Lions last week, I expected the Redskins to come out of the gate strong against a bad Tampa team. I think it’s time for the end of the Jason Campbell era if the Redskins want to win games.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/chiefs_45.gif28. (30)0-4-0 The Chiefs third-down woes continued against the Giants on Sunday. Kansas City converted just 2-of-15 attempts on third down following an 0-for-11 performance against the Eagles last week.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/browns_45.gif29. (31) 0-4-0 After a devastating loss, Browns WR Braylon Edwards allegedly punched a man in the face at a club later that night. This is after Edwards didn’t make a single catch in the game against the Bengals. The Browns have serious problems.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/buccaneers_45.gif30. (29)0-4-0 The Bucs are at the bottom of every important team statistic in football — they’re 27th in total offense, 29th in total defense, 25th in points allowed and 28th in points scored.
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/raiders_45.gif31. (28) 1-3-0“Bad Boys, Bad Boys, watcha gonna do?” … when they arrest your head coach?
http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/rams_45.gif32. (32) 0-4-0 The Rams turn the ball over more than they take it away. In addition, they allow an average of 27 points a week and they rank 30th in total offense.

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Troutman65
10-06-2009, 09:27 AM
Nice info on the last post. I think the Vikings should be ranked # 3 instead of # 6 .

The Angler
10-06-2009, 09:33 PM
Intersting online article....



JaMarcus Russell (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/8255/)(notes) (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/8255/news), Quarterback, Oakland Raiders (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/oak/). This is becoming a farce. Quarterbacks do not play this way and keep their job. It just doesn't happen.

Maybe if it's a rookie, and the team's going nowhere, and there are no better options, you might tolerate this kind of play. But this is a third-year guy, and there are better options, like, oh, say, I don't know ... any other quarterback in professional football.


In three of four games, he's had a completion percentage of 40 percent or lower. In the one he didn't, he had zero touchdowns and two interceptions. His completion percentage on the year is 39.8%. Of the quarterbacks in the league with 100 or more attempts, his quarterback rating is the lowest, by 23.1 points. Watching him play quarterback makes people feel sad, all day.





I don't believe that any sane coach would let him keep his job as a starter. And I believe that Tom Cable is a sane coach. Therefore, I've got to believe that this decision is coming from somewhere else, like, for example, the JaMarcus Russell of owners.

All this guy is doing is collecting a check, I watched a few moments of the game where Cable is letting him have it and Russle is just laughing in his face. Obviously this guy has no passion in the sport and is just there to get paid the huge amount of money Al davis gave him. Look at his weight this guy is fat, He not only is an embarresment to himself, and the Raiders he's a disgrace to all QB's ever in the NFL. this guy is pure garbage:!!!:

The Angler
10-22-2009, 02:22 PM
I guess the Broncos are looking like the real deal now. I was kinda sceptical about hem but the just keep winning. Saints are still looking good, But lets not forget what happened to the Bills last year when they were 6-0 then lost pretty much every game after that :Confused:

The Angler
10-31-2009, 01:32 PM
Predictions anyone?

Troutman65
10-31-2009, 01:46 PM
Predictions anyone?



Yes, The Vikings are going to win the Packers tomorrow and the 49 ers are going to lose their game .:LOL::Wink:

The Angler
11-01-2009, 10:16 AM
Yes, The Vikings are going to win the Packers tomorrow and the 49 ers are going to lose their game .:LOL::Wink:

Yea 49ers have a big shot at losing today, BUT.....


If reggie wayne is out who is Manning going to through to besides Dallas Clark?
Plus I heard that some of there Dline is hurt also. You know what that means? Frank Gore could possibly have a good game. I actually think its going to be closer then what people think. The Colts havent played any good defensive teams this year there shedule has been pretty weak so far.



GO NINERS

Troutman65
11-01-2009, 07:17 PM
Vikings Rule !!!! Sorry Packers fans.

The Angler
11-02-2009, 03:12 PM
yup just as I forsaw the 49ers came extremlly close to give the Colts there first lose yesterday. With Manning going against a stellar defense he wont be as productive, Frank gore broke on the first drive for a 65 yrd TD run after that it looked like colts were bringing in the 8 man fronts to stop the run at all costs. 49ers are the only team this year to prveant manning a passing TD PLUS ended his streak of 100+ snaps without being sacked. The end results ended up being the colts getting desprate and resulted to trickery with a HB toss that was stopped the first time then after the end of the 3rd quarter they ran the same play but this time Addai was able to get his pass off for the winning TD.

Even though the 9ers have lost 4 straight im still happy with the results im looking ahead and saying we are going to win the next 5 game straight. As we face weak opponents coming up.

ldsaylor
11-03-2009, 09:39 PM
As a diehard colts fan I will give the 49ers credit on Sunday.. They did play well on the road. And although Peyton didn't throw a TD, he did throw for 350 yards and didn't throw any picks. Colts had well over 400 yards of offense. So San Fran got a little lucky with a bend, but didn't exactly break type game. After that first long td drive their offense was pretty inept. They didn't turn it over a bunch but they let Alex Smith get sacked or hit on virtually every pass play of the second half.

With that being said I also agree that the 49ers are going to rattle off some wins and I think they make the playoffs this year.

The Angler
11-04-2009, 04:01 PM
As a diehard colts fan I will give the 49ers credit on Sunday.. They did play well on the road. And although Peyton didn't throw a TD, he did throw for 350 yards and didn't throw any picks. Colts had well over 400 yards of offense. So San Fran got a little lucky with a bend, but didn't exactly break type game. After that first long td drive their offense was pretty inept. They didn't turn it over a bunch but they let Alex Smith get sacked or hit on virtually every pass play of the second half.

With that being said I also agree that the 49ers are going to rattle off some wins and I think they make the playoffs this year.

Yea I hope Arizona keeps losing , I think its going to come down to the Game between 9ers & Arizona in December to determean whos going to be the NFC West Champs. What the Niners did well Was stop Indys Run Game Addai was pretty Much a non factor in the game besides that TD toss he made in the 4th.
The only turnover 9ers gave was kinda luck on indys part. Which was that tipped pass for a interception (Not the QB's Fault) and resulted in a field goal.

It was a very good game though. Everyone & there momma was saying it was going to be a blow out. I knew it was going to be a close 1 from the get go. I know what the 9ers are capable of doing when everyone executes.

The Angler
11-12-2009, 10:41 PM
Game of the week

Steelers Vs. Bengals ;


Should be an awsome game. Im taking Bengals for the season sweep and take the lead in the division. Chad johnson should have a big game:Cool:

Hitts0n
11-13-2009, 10:00 AM
I think game of the week is New England and Colts !!

The Angler
12-18-2009, 06:34 PM
This thread seems to be dying out everyones teams must be losing lol

GO NINERS:Twisted:

Troutman65
12-19-2009, 10:50 PM
Go vikings !!!!!

rusty6
12-21-2009, 11:43 AM
This thread seems to be dying out everyones teams must be losing lol

GO NINERS:Twisted:

especially your fantasy football team

Cameron
12-21-2009, 12:34 PM
Go Colts 14-0 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Angler
12-29-2009, 06:24 PM
Im going to make a super bowl prediction...


San Diego Chargers vs Dallas Cowboys...

The Saint run defense has been exposed, If dallas can beat Saints again in the playoffs there in the super bowl.

troutdog
12-29-2009, 07:15 PM
Im going to make a super bowl prediction...


San Diego Chargers vs Dallas Cowboys...

The Saint run defense has been exposed, If dallas can beat Saints again in the playoffs there in the super bowl.


Romo coming through in the playoffs? Good luck with that...


TD

The Angler
12-31-2009, 08:37 PM
Romo coming through in the playoffs? Good luck with that...


TD

Remember what u said bout my Yankees????

Remember what I predicted for the MLB?

I thought u knew by now Im like the nostradamus of sports lol:ROFL:

troutdog
01-03-2010, 05:14 PM
Remember what u said bout my Yankees????

Remember what I predicted for the MLB?

I thought u knew by now Im like the nostradamus of sports lol:ROFL:

Now that the odds aren't exactly in your favor, lets see how this prediction turns out...I like the Charger part of that prediction though.


TD

Troutman65
01-03-2010, 06:30 PM
From the begining of this NFL Season I said the Vikings are going to the Superbowl. I really think they have a chance to get there and win.

The Angler
01-05-2010, 02:16 PM
From the begining of this NFL Season I said the Vikings are going to the Superbowl. I really think they have a chance to get there and win.

Yea I think its going down to Cowboys Vs Vikings for the NFC Championship.
I belive if that is the game Dallas will have HOme field and give them the edge. I also know the whole Curse thing with Romo but he went 3-4 In december with 2 games being shutouts. Dallas's Defense is finally playing the way they were supposed to at the start of the season. Seems like they got hott at the right time.


But then again Green bay is also hott. Well see what the football gods give us this weekend.:Cool:

sweetfish
01-05-2010, 03:16 PM
If it ends up being Dallas vs the Vikings, the game will be in Minnesota. The Vikings are the #2 seed.

I do like my Chargers vs either Cowboys or the Saints (Brees - ex Charger). However, I am still not sold on Norv as a head coach yet though.

fishermanwife
01-05-2010, 08:02 PM
It will be Cowboys VS Bengals for Superbowl :Envious::Envious:

I have great confidence for Cowboys to make it.. Whoever plays them it will be a good game.. :Thumbs Up:

fishfinder
01-05-2010, 09:44 PM
i see the vikings and greenbay playing for the nfc championship, with the vikings winning and playing the colts in the superbowl. where the colts will win.

fishermanwife
01-10-2010, 01:12 AM
Ok so my guess about the Bengals was wrong.. But my Cowboys are still in..

My new prediction is:


Cowboys vs Ravens. Superbowl!!

The Angler
01-11-2010, 01:40 AM
Like i said already

Chargers Vs. Cowboys


Man the NFC games are pretty wild this playoffs

The Angler
01-23-2010, 07:56 PM
Heres some NFL AFC Championship Game stats before u make your picks for this weekend

Since 1990 The team with the most rushing attemps wins 87% of the time.
Since 1990 The team with the most rushing yards wins 80% of the time.
Since 1990 The team with the fewest turnovers wins 85 % of the time.

Jets in the playoff this year have rushed for 799 Yards In the last 4 games averaging just under 200 Yards per game, While the Colts are ranking in the bottom this year in rushing Attemps & Yards this post season

Jets have averaged 2+ Turnovers in the last 4 games including the playoffs
Peyton Manning has thrown 12 Interceptions in the last 9 games He only had 5 interceptions in his first 8games, And threw for 2+ Interceptions in the last 4 games.


Knowing these stats im predicting the Jets win BIG
the Colts have no one else besides Reggie Wayne to go down feild to, Who is going to be shut down by Darrelle Revis The only way Colts win this game is if Dallas Clark has a BIG game Joesph Addai will also be shut down by the Jets excellent defensive Line

wellbilldancesays
01-25-2010, 08:04 AM
Heres some NFL AFC Championship Game stats before u make your picks for this weekend

Since 1990 The team with the most rushing attemps wins 87% of the time.
Since 1990 The team with the most rushing yards wins 80% of the time.
Since 1990 The team with the fewest turnovers wins 85 % of the time.

Jets in the playoff this year have rushed for 799 Yards In the last 4 games averaging just under 200 Yards per game, While the Colts are ranking in the bottom this year in rushing Attemps & Yards this post season

Jets have averaged 2+ Turnovers in the last 4 games including the playoffs
Peyton Manning has thrown 12 Interceptions in the last 9 games He only had 5 interceptions in his first 8games, And threw for 2+ Interceptions in the last 4 games.


Knowing these stats im predicting the Jets win BIG
the Colts have no one else besides Reggie Wayne to go down feild to, Who is going to be shut down by Darrelle Revis The only way Colts win this game is if Dallas Clark has a BIG game Joesph Addai will also be shut down by the Jets excellent defensive Line

Awesome handicapping, how much did you win?

The Angler
02-14-2010, 11:51 PM
Saints in the Superbowl... im calling it now. Reggie will stay healthy, Drew will not have to pass for 5k and the Defense will be drastically improved...

Gregg Williams FTMFW !

Nice prediction on winning the superbowl there defense sucked and reggie wasnt a big factor this season though. It was all drew brees.

The Angler
02-25-2010, 03:53 PM
Chargers release LT
Eagles release westbrook
Panthers release peppers

ill I gotta say is I got a niner jersey waiting for Peppers

Troutman65
03-03-2010, 01:24 AM
Well, what do you think about the Vikings this year ? Will Brett come back for another year and a another chance at the Superbowl ? Sure would be nice if he could win one with the Vikings .

Troutman65
03-03-2010, 01:30 PM
Tue Mar 02, 2010 2:28 pm EST
Vikings fan buys newspaper ad to reach out to Brett Favre (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/Vikings-fan-buys-newspaper-ad-to-reach-out-to-Br?urn=nfl,225316)

By MJD (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner?author=MJD)

A lot of people say a lot of things about Brett Favre (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/1025/)(notes) (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/1025/news), but one thing is certain: Those who like Brett Favre, really really like Brett Favre. The man just has a way of captivating people.
Tuesday, a gentleman named Ben Nelms has purchased a full-page color ad in the Hattiesburg American (http://www.channel3000.com/sports/22710506/detail.html) to share his personal thoughts with Favre. He says he wrote it in under five minutes, and it reads that way. I don't mean that in a negative way; I just mean that it reads like an emotional, unfiltered outpouring straight from the heart of a fan.
Here's the ad, (and many thanks to Mr. Nelms for sharing it with Shutdown Corner):

http://a323.yahoofs.com/ymg/ept_sports_nfl_experts__21/ept_sports_nfl_experts-717162249-1267557141.jpg?ymVcvwCDPZKZMBtA

The Angler
04-03-2010, 01:54 PM
wow that is one die hard fan right there.