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  1. rb help

    Carson or Wilson Jr or I am leaning toward McKissic if Gibson doesnt play. - PPR I am benching J.Rob and Gibson even if they play.
  2. OG Check-In

    I am a KING
  3. What Millen turned down for CJ

    A month earlier Denver had offered two first-round picks, a second-rounder and two third-rounders, plus veteran linebacker Al Wilson, but when the Broncos wouldn't substitute another second-round pick for the injured Wilson, Millen turned them down. With that, the bar was set high. I call B.S. on this. No way Detroit would turn this down and no way Denver would offer this.
  4. Kiper's Final Mock

    1 OAK JaMarcus Russell 2 DET Calvin Johnson 3 CLE Joe Thomas 4 TB Gaines Adams so far 4 out of 4
  5. Randy Moss

    Packers, Raiders not close on Moss trade By BOB MCGINN Posted: March 15, 2007 Green Bay - The Green Bay Packers and Oakland Raiders are not close to a trade in which the Packers would acquire wide receiver Randy Moss, NFL sources familiar with the situation told the Journal Sentinel today. Officials from both teams labeled as inaccurate a report written by Michael Felger of the Boston Herald quoting a source in Wisconsin that the two teams "are on the verge of announcing a trade that would send the troubled wide receiver to Green Bay in exchange for backup quarterback Aaron Rodgers." "It's all a joke," a personnel man for one of the two clubs said. "It's not true," said another personnel man for one of the two teams. "That's just stupid." Felger, who covers the New England Patriots, is a native of Wisconsin and has friends in the state. His four-paragraph story appeared on the Herald Web site at mid-morning. Later, Felger added a paragraph indicating that a source close to Rodgers adamantly denied his report. The Raiders rated Rodgers over Alex Smith before the 2005 draft. The only quarterback on their roster is Andrew Walter. Obviously, they need quarterbacks. But earlier in the week an NFL source with knowledge of the Raiders told the Journal Sentinel that he doubted the team would have interest in Rodgers. On Feb. 28, the Journal Sentinel reported that the two teams had been discussing Moss for a considerable length of time. On Tuesday, the Journal Sentinel reported that Packers GM Ted Thompson had spoken to Raiders owner Al Davis about a deal for Moss, and that the Raiders were confident about their ability to obtain a draft choice for Moss. In the last few days, however, other NFL sources said that Thompson is inclined just to wait out Davis with the expectation that the Raiders either will release Moss or trade him to Green Bay for a mid-to-late round draft choice. Rodgers, a first-round draft choice in 2005, hasn't been overly impressive during two training camps and two appearances in the regular season. Also, in November, he suffered a broken left foot, an injury from which he apparently now is fully recovered. Still, the Packers not only don't have another viable backup to Brett Favre, they also have no heir apparent. They definitely want to see more of Rodgers as they determine whether he can play. The Packers probably wouldn't give up Rodgers to any team in exchange for a player that they seem convinced they can get on the cheap later on. Thompson was on the road in Georgia on a scouting trip and unavailable for comment. link
  6. I'm not happy...

    But is he better than Vinny? Would you rather have Joey Harington?
  7. Dallas free agent news for the day.

    IRVING – Leonard Davis’ nickname is “Bigg,” which is appropriate because of his 6-6, 365-pound frame. He now has a “Bigg,” contract too. Early Sunday, Davis agreed to a seven-year deal with the Cowboys worth nearly $50 million and includes a little more than $18 million guaranteed, according to a source. It is the third straight year the Cowboys have dipped into the offensive line end of the free-agent pool by bringing the Wortham, Texas, native home. Davis visited with the Cowboys on Friday but left for a visit with Washington on Saturday. Davis, a UT-ex, was the second overall pick in the 2001 draft by Arizona. He started every game last season at left tackle but could play right guard or right tackle for the Cowboys depending on whether they can re-sign Marc Colombo or if Marco Rivera can return from a second back surgery in three years. In 2005, the Cowboys signed Rivera to a five-year deal that included an $8.125 million signing bonus. Last year, the Cowboys signed left guard Kyle Kosier to a five-year deal with a $5 million signing bonus. Davis’ total money and guaranteed money falls in line with what Cleveland gave Eric Steinbach (seven years, $49.5 million, $17 million guaranteed) and Buffalo gave Derrick Dockery (seven years, $49 million, $18 million guaranteed) so far in free agency. The question now is what position will Davis play, guard or tackle? The Cowboys have not had much progress in talks with the agent for Colombo on a long-term deal, which means Davis could play right tackle. Assistant head coach Tony Sparano is high on two young guards, Cory Procter and Joe Berger, in case Rivera is unable to return. In six years with the Cardinals, Davis started all 91 games he played, spending his first three years at guard before moving to left tackle in 2004. With the Longhorns, he started 21 of his final 24 games at left tackle and earned All-America honors as a senior when he was also a finalist for the Outland Trophy, given to the top lineman in college football
  8. Dallas free agent news for the day.

    Top 5 free agents to avoid #1 Leonard Davis, tackle, Cardinals The Cardinals' offensive line was lousy last year, so you wouldn't expect a lineman they're allowing to leave to draw much interest elsewhere. And yet there has been talk of Davis commanding an eight-figure signing bonus. Any team that gives him that kind of money will regret it. Per Fox Sports Link
  9. James Cameron: maker of the movie 'The Titanic'

    Jefferson, Judaism, and Jesus Was Thomas Jefferson America's first Jewish president? According to today's New York Times, he might be. Researchers studying Jefferson's Y chromosome (the genetic material that determines maleness) say that it belongs to a lineage which is rare in Europe but common in the Middle East. The DNA sample was taken from Jefferson's relatives as part of an earlier inquiry into whether Jefferson had fathered a family with his slave Sally Hemings. As you may remember, researchers reported in 1998 that the Jefferson family chromosome matched perfectly that of a male-line descendant of one of Sally's sons. Historians who had previously dismissed the possibility of such a relationship were forced to revise their position. When seeking to determine genetic links and descendants, DNA evidence is the conclusive way to prove or falsify a theory. For generations, skeptics of the Christian faith have wished for such a simple way to prove or falsify our truth claims. They ask, ‘What would convince a Christian that his or her faith is invalid?’ We cannot prove or disprove without a doubt that God exists, that the Bible is his word, that Jesus is his Son, they say. But there is actually a very simple way to falsify the Christian faith beyond question: prove that Jesus never rose from the dead. Paul said as much: "if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith. More than that, we are then found to be false witnesses about God, for we have testified about God that he raised Christ from the dead" (1 Corinthians 15:14-15). Jesus predicted his own resurrection: "On the third day he will rise again" (Luke 18:33). If he did not rise from the dead, he was wrong. If he was wrong, he was not God. If he was not God, Christianity is false. It's that simple. All this makes James Cameron's claim to have discovered the tomb of Jesus more than interesting. If it could be proven that he was right, that Jesus was buried in the ossuary featured in the upcoming Discovery Channel documentary rather than rising from his tomb on Easter Sunday, then the Christian faith would be proven false. Archaeologists are not bothered by the possibility--the expert who first found the tomb in question has already dismissed Cameron's assertion as a publicity stunt and says there's no legitimate possibility that the ossuary belonged to our Lord. Many of us already knew that. We knew that Jesus returned to physical life on Easter Sunday morning as the risen Lord. How?
  10. James Cameron: maker of the movie 'The Titanic'

    The grave of Jesus? If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John must feel flattered indeed this morning. And frustrated. After The DaVinci Code sold 40 million copies by writing its own heretical story of Jesus' life and supposed marriage to Mary Magdalene, two filmmakers are trying their hand at the genre. James Cameron, director of Titanic and The Terminator, has teamed with TV director Simcha Jacobivici to claim they have evidence of a tomb housing the remains of Jesus and his family. Today's New York Times reports on their documentary, set to air next Sunday on the Discovery Channel. It deals with a crypt unearthed 27 years ago in Jerusalem. An area in the East Talpiyot neighborhood of the city was being excavated for a building in 1980 when ten burial boxes, or ossuaries, were found in the tomb. Six of them had inscriptions. The documentary claims that the inscriptions are those of Jesus, Mary, Mary Magdalene, Matthew, Joseph (Jesus' brother), and Judah. The last is purported to be the son of Jesus and Mary Magdalene. The filmmakers admit that these names were extremely common in the first century, something like Bob, Mike, and Susan today. But they argue that the odds of finding all six in a single tomb are small. There are no bones in the ossuaries, though DNA testing on residue is claimed to indicate that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were not related and thus must have been married. The Catholic League has responded quickly to these allegations: "Not a Lenten season goes by without some author or TV program seeking to cast doubt on the divinity of Jesus and/or the Resurrection. Last April, NBC's 'Dateline' featured the wholly discredited and downright laughable claims of Michael Baigent, and two years ago ABC treated us to a special that questioned every aspect of the Resurrection. Now we have the Cameron-Jacobovici thesis. "Israeli archaeologist Amos Kloner was in charge of the 1980 investigation of the tomb that Cameron-Jacobovici have seized on 27 years later to make their allegations. 'The claim that the burial site has been found is not based on any proof, and is only an attempt to sell,' Kloner says. He adds, 'I refute all claims and efforts to waken a renewed interest in the findings. With all due respect, they are not archaeologists.' Indeed, Kloner has branded their claims 'impossible' and 'nonsense.' Moreover, he says there is 'no likelihood' that Jesus and his relatives had a family tomb. 'It makes a great story for a TV film,' he concludes." There's much more to the story, as we'll see tomorrow.
  11. James Cameron: maker of the movie 'The Titanic'

    Six had names etched into them, which were translated as Jesus son of Joseph, Judah son of Jesus, Maria, Mariamne (thought to be Mary Magdalene's real name), Joseph and Matthew.
  12. James Cameron: maker of the movie 'The Titanic'

    However, the archaeologist who oversaw the work at the tomb described the theory as 'nonsense'. quote from article.
  13. James Cameron: maker of the movie 'The Titanic'

    James Cameron says he has proof that Jesus married Mary and that she bore him a son, Judah, who was buried alongside them. Six had names etched into them, which were translated as Jesus son of Joseph, Judah son of Jesus, Maria, Mariamne (thought to be Mary Magdalene's real name), Joseph and Matthew. Though the bones had long since been reburied elsewhere, as was the custom, tiny traces of DNA left in the caskets were tested. The results for the coffins labelled Jesus and Mariamne showed the two were not related by blood, leading Cameron and his team to conclude they were married. link
  14. James Cameron: maker of the movie 'The Titanic'

    link to story and tells when documentary to be aired. link
  15. James Cameron: maker of the movie 'The Titanic'

    "You are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus, for all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ. There is neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus. If you belong to Christ, then you are Abraham's seed, and heirs according to the promise" (Galatians 3:26-29). Our Father loves all his children. He is always on your side. And God + 1 = majority. It's always too soon to give up on him. Your Lord is ready to lead you into his perfect will for this day. Are you ready to follow?