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 Message 1 of 8 in Discussion 
From: realityczech  (Original Message)Sent: 9/22/2008 1:55 PM
Attention! Attention!
The defending Superbowl Champion New England Patriots are off to another undefeated season, led by All-World Star Tom Brady. His knees are made of steel and pride and his ligaments could never be torn. The Patriots have not lost a game since 2005 when they were soundly defeated by the Baghdad Insurgent Intramural team, but when playing their lowly american counterparts, they are unstoppable.
The vicious rumors that the unheralded Miami Dolphins beat the Patriots 38-15 at the Patriots own stadium on September 21st is just lie-mongering from the corrupt U.S. political machine. The Patriots can not be defeated, just as Iraq repelled the invasion of the West, the Patriots and their dreamboat quarterback Tom Brady will not be deterred in their quest for two perfect seasons.
Also, Ronnie Brown has never recovered from his knee injury, and certainly did not rush for 4 TDs (and throw for another) against the mighty Patriots, in fact, his lowly Dolphins team just conceeded defeat, rather than taking the field and being humiliated by the mighty New England Squad.
We now return you to your regularly scheduled progamming. Thank you.
-Mohammed Al-Saeed Sahaf-

(Seriously, the bubble has burst for the Pats, that was embarassing, with the Colts loss and the Chargers reeling, the AFC is wide open right now). I'm rooting for a Buffalo-Baltimore AFC championship game, just to watch ex-commissioner Tagliabue's head explode.

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 Message 2 of 8 in Discussion 
From: MSN NicknameDede_springs_eternalSent: 9/22/2008 1:59 PM
I was devistated watching that Colts game yesterday.  Unbelievable. 

 Message 3 of 8 in Discussion 
From: MSN NicknameT-o-r-s-t-e-nSent: 9/22/2008 4:24 PM
Marvelously done RC, BRAVO!
Now, I totally agree.  I'm not going to write the Pats or their QB off just yet, but I'm looking West, partly b/c of my heart's second beat resides in Denver but also b/c the Broncs are looking pretty damn if only they could get their defense to stand up, I'd pencil them in as AFC West champs, AFC title game participants, maybe even AFC champs....and hell why stop there when I could jsut imagine them with another Lombardi?  But really, as lethargic and hapless as the Pats looked yesterday, and as anything goes and everything works as the phins looked, boy oh boy I am praying that Miami hands SD their next disappointing loss next week.  That would really put the Bolts behind the 8-ball....and as KC will continually suck and the Raiders (constant basement bats) are once again in coaching turmoil (what's Art Shell up to for the remainder of the year?), why the Broncos could lock in a nearly insurmountable lead in the West....but that Defense must improve on the fly
I don't follow the Ravens much, but don't they still have Kyle Boller, Boler, or Bohler or is it Boehler?   Whoever he is, he isn't any good right?  I think they gave themselves a franchise jinx after they unceremoniously dumped Trent Dilfer after he won a SB there, much like the Bucs have been jinxed at QB after unceremoniously ditching Brad Johnson for doing the same (we'll see if Gruden's re-acquisition of Brian Griese (who himself led TB to a 6-1 record before getting injured, then traded for salary cap reasons*ahem*) will lift their wicked spell (though Gruden's current molestation and binding and gagging of Garcia won't help the karma here, since Jeff's not only been sat in favor of Griese (good move), but under the official reason of injury (a lie as obvious as McCain's Romney timetable chunk of crap), and now he's not second string but third string QB, which means he's basically in the Hold of that pirate ship that sits behind the endzone in Tampa stadium since, as 3rd QB, the NFL rule is that if you put your 3rd Q in the game, no other Q can play in that game, meaning a nonQB would have to play Q, which means Jeff Garcia is fucked in TB b/c he ran his mouth too many times about Gruden, and now Gruden is lashing out in a personal way, leaving Garcia to rot in the cargo area of the priate ship, as time is the enemy of the 38 year old....this is bad stuff from Gruden, and it, coupled with his bringing Jeremy I-drug-and-doulbe-below-the-waist-rape-freshmen-virgin-girls Stevens, who by the way tied that game up as the seconds melted off the clock in the closing ticks of regulation yesterday, here to our community, I think all this will doom the team....this shortman complex Gruden has

 Message 4 of 8 in Discussion 
From: realityczechSent: 9/22/2008 5:40 PM
Boller is out for the year with a partially torn labrum in his shoulder. He was on a one-year contract, so his time in Baltimore is over. Troy Smith (the Heisman winner from the Ohio State University) is recovering from a severe case of tonsillitis (his lungs got infected), which has led to franchise-QB-of-the-future Joe Flacco being thrust into starting duty after the plan was to let Smith go for a few weeks until Flacco was fully comfortable in the offense. Well, Flacco definitely looks like a rookie, but he's also calm, learns from mistakes, and doesn't let bad plays define him, which is something Baltimore hasn't had since Dilfer. We'll see how the rookie holds up, but he looks like he may have the job in Baltimore for a long time. I'm joking about them making the AFC Championship game, they may flirt with .500, which will be an accomplishment.
Denver should have SB aspirations, the Chiefs are probably the worst team in the league (STL and Det are in the running), and the Raiders (on offense) aren't much better). SD looks lost, and LT looks like he may have just went over the hill and is now rolling down it, which leaves the Broncos sitting pretty.

Chucky is playing QB roulette again, just wait until Griese has back to back bad/just OK games, then he'll stick Garcia back in there and have 2 disgruntled QBs to deal with. Hey, at least Jerramy Stevens can catch the ball in TB, he killed Seattle for years, most of all in the Super Bowl that the refs handed to the Steelers. But yeah, he probably should be in jail for rape/sexual assault. I think if the third QB comes into the game, only the 1st string can come in again, the 2nd string cannot, so yeah, if you put the 3rd guy in and the first is legit hurt, and something happens to QB3, you're stuck with a punter or wide receiver throwing the ball.

 Message 5 of 8 in Discussion 
From: MSN NicknameT-o-r-s-t-e-nSent: 9/22/2008 6:17 PM
would you agree that naming Garcia as 3rd QB is in effect a death sentence for him in Red & Pewter?   
I think if Gruden's going to deepsix him, then well let's try to get something for him instead of getting some sort of sick pleasure out of letting a guy rot as a) his playing days dwindle with age and b) good starting QBs are always hard to come by

 Message 6 of 8 in Discussion 
From: realityczechSent: 9/22/2008 6:23 PM
Yeah, burying him as the third QB is effectively telling him: "you're done here, barring several severe injuries). Trading deadline is week 6, I can't belive KC or Minnesota wouldn't be dangling a 3rd/4th rounder for Garcia, he's miles better than their current options. Also, NE and Indy might want a good insurance policy after seeing what losing a true #1 can do to you (not that Indy has had to play w/o Peyton, but seeing how bad they looked in preseason, and his rusty first two weeks, something better than Jim Sorgi isn't a bad idea). TB could even conceivably get a player for him, there's got to be a young CB out there that some team doesn't want (or maybe some OL help). Either way, yeah, Garcia's days in pewter pants are just about through.

 Message 7 of 8 in Discussion 
From: MSN NicknameT-o-r-s-t-e-nSent: 9/22/2008 6:39 PM
yeah and i think the bucs would avoid the jinx if gruden trades him instead of trying to snuff out his remaining days..... and i suppose barring injury deserves some respect since it looked like he was doing the same to Clayton by having demeaning him with a healthy inactive slot ont he roster until injury gave way for Clayton to comeback..... anyway, I'm picturing Garcia in Pats gear, unless Belichick just wants to write the season off, blow out some of the old players, score high in the draft, and get some new blood around Brady for next season

 Message 8 of 8 in Discussion 
From: ConradSent: 9/22/2008 7:31 PM
love it love it love it
good job RC!!

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