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  1. Flex Spot, 3rd RB

    Parker
  2. Quintessential RB Start/Bench Decision

    I too was a victim of the ineptitude of the Houston offense last week with DD in my starting lineup paired with LT. I do believe that eventually DD and the Texans will find their offensive rhythm and DD will produce as expected. I also think it will take a few weeks to do so. LJ is playing too good right now in a system that facilitates RB scoring and wants to make his case to usurp Priest as the primary weapon in the run game. Not a good idea to opt against his youth and his exuberance for playing time right now. Looks like Vermeil is the only one that can stop him from putting up big numbers. If you have that horse in your stable, you must ride. For now, roll with LJ until DD and the Texans get it together.
  3. NFL Player Criminal Records

    I can provide clarity on that point. But first, are you referring to 80% of all athletes or 80% of athletes from a specific sport? Your last reply appears ambiguous and markedly different from your original inference to players in the NFL and NBA.
  4. NFL Player Criminal Records

    I think you will find similar representative numbers for hockey, baseball and soccer. People are people... sorry to dilute the obvious slant you were going for!
  5. Shut up M Irvin

    Great article PaulOttCarruth, I too hope that very thing takes place based on the opinion of one person. What a precedent that would set; of course you know that would only be the beginning and Irvin could not be the only one jettisoned under this pretense. Pandora's box but what the hell... I like it!
  6. Shut up M Irvin

    I'm surprised that nobody has blamed Favre for Hurricane Katrina. Oh, my mistake, that was BUSH'S fault! 995503[/snapback] At no time, under any circumstances, in any parallel universe could Bush have been involved in a strike that devastating and successful. Check his track record...
  7. Shut up M Irvin

    That's the point, he should have imagined it in his head and kept it there. He is a team leader not the lead negotiator. Again, if Favre was so concerned about getting Walker in camp and having the tools around him to win he could have restructured some of his money to get it done. If he wasn't willing to step up and be a part of the solution the correct answer was "no comment on the business of the team, I'm not in the front office I'm a player"
  8. Shut up M Irvin

    Yep, and we see how well that one's going. Where are these rich white folk you speak and who's calling for them? The application of that philosophy is misplaced on this one and in conflict with the aid that is supposed to be applied for AMERICAN CITIZENS that are victims of a disaster on AMERICAN SOIL which is part and parcel of what the TAX DOLLARS paid by AMERICAN CITIZENS are for. Or is just for the poor white folk who live in trailer parks in Tornado Alley and refuse to leave when a "Tornado" is coming through?
  9. Shut up M Irvin

    Deny the numbers and productivity and you've got a point. It ain't bragging if it's true; it's simply reporting the facts Back to the issue from a different perspective. Would this discussion be the same if Driver made a comment of similar ilk toward Favre? Say, for the sake of argument, Favre continues through three weeks as he did in week one and in the interest of wanting to win Favre was "called out" in similar fashion. Justifiable?
  10. Shut up M Irvin

    I do a lot of things around my office, my manager drives a decked out Lexus, I barley have the money to make payments for rent and my car... I don't complain. They've been here longer, and have done more. Cool, then let's. And thanks. Oh BTW, it's barely...
  11. Shut up M Irvin

    And if they chimed in with off the cuff, inappropriate comments at raise or promotion time for you based on opinion and not fact that could adversely affect your career, you'd be pissed b/c that is your livelihood and security for your family at stake. Keep it real people, keep it real
  12. Shut up M Irvin

    Hmm, interesting you should note that. My thought is that the same logic that applies when Favre plays with an injury and is deemed a warrior and T.O. comes back from a broken leg to play in the SUPER BOWL and he's a "showboat"; I guess all that rehab, 9 rec, 122yds are just sophomoric antics. I beginning to see exactly what that is.
  13. Shut up M Irvin

    So if Walker had held out and the Packers sucked w/ Favre at the helm, it would then become Walker's fault for being selfish and not Favre's fault for a bad year? You mean something like that or is it different?
  14. Shut up M Irvin

    Wow, it's easy to be self-serving when your money is already made. It's easy to pontificate when your resources aren't affected. Farve's contract is already set in stone, if you want to help the team and truly show your leadership from wire to wire, Farve Esq., give up some of your salary to keep the talent around you that you say you need to win a la Brady or the GOAT Michael Jordan. Other than that shut up, take the snap and hand the ball off or throw it down the d@mn field.
  15. Free Fantasy Advice - Week 2 - TAKE 2

    Who has the more favorable matchup to produce this weekend from these: Lelie vs SD Stallworth @ NYG Evans @ TB Re Williams @ IND