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  1. SOS

    The strength of schedules are only showing 17 weeks. There are 18 weeks this year, so shouldn’t they be adjusted accordingly?
  2. DMD's New Book

    You had to order it? I thought it came with the Huddle membership??
  3. Sleeper RB of 2007!

    Agreed. The ONLY reason for the post.
  4. favorite football announcer

    Not really an announcer, but the best ever voice of footbal is "The Voice of God" himself, John Thomas Ralph Augustine James Facenda
  5. Hardest Pick in the Draft

    What, you think he'll get hurt in training camp or preseason before you draft? Or, are you suggesting that drafters use some sort of crystal ball to advise them of BWs health status for the entire season right before they pick?
  6. Best in his sport

    Football = Jim Brown Baseball = The Babe Hockey = Gretzky Basketball = Wilt
  7. Teams of the decade

    Hmm...out of the top 4 only the Eagles haven't won the SB. They're due! Yes, I'm a glass half-full kinda guy.
  8. Culpepper to be a Packer?

    -- Koonce Says Someone Big Set to Join Packers -- Tue Jun 26, 2007 --from The Press Gazette reports if George Koonce's nose is right, the Packers offense might get an upgrade yet. Koonce, who recently resigned his position as the Packers' director of player development to accept a job with Marquette University, has caused a stir on blogs and Internet message boards with his remarks to a Milwaukee radio station Friday. At the end of an interview on the Gary and Cliff Show on WSSP (AM-1250), Koonce said "the offseason's not over with quite yet, so don't be surprised if ... a big name (comes) in before training camp." Pressed by the hosts for more information, Koonce refused to provide a name but said he was talking about an offensive player. "I'm not going to spill the beans," Koonce said, "but ... I sniffed around a little bit before I left." Considering the Packers' much-discussed failure to land WR Randy Moss and countless other rumors that have come and gone, this could be one more letdown for fans frustrated by the team's inactivity in free agency. But with about $10 million of salary-cap space (after the rookie pool is spent) and more than a month until training camp, GM Ted Thompson has plenty of time and flexibility to augment the roster -- if someone's available at the right price. Koonce could not be reached Monday afternoon. Hmmm...could it be Culpepper? Maybe LJ via trade?
  9. FF Magazine

    Me too w/LT on the cover.
  10. all-time a favorite NFL players

    Fred Biletnikoff
  11. FF Magazine

    FFIndex I heard ESPN's is out already
  12. More problems for Michael Prick... I mean Vick...

    Feds search Vick's property in dogfighting investigation By HANK KURZ Jr. - AP Sports Writer 2007-06-07 17:48 SURRY, Va. (AP) - Federal law enforcement officials descended on a home owned by Michael Vick on Thursday armed with a search warrant that suggests they're taking over an investigation into the Falcons quarterback's possible involvement in dogfighting. More than a dozen vehicles went to the home early in the afternoon and investigators searched inside before turning their attention to the area where officials found dozens of dogs in late April and evidence that suggested the home was involved in a dogfighting operation. Surry County officials had secured a search warrant in late May based on an informant's information to look for as many as 30 dog carcasses buried on the property. The warrant never was executed because Commonwealth's Attorney Gerald G. Poindexter said he had issues with the way it was worded. That search warrant expired Thursday. ``What is foreign to me is the federal government getting into a dogfighting case,'' Poindexter said. ``I know it's been done, but what's driving this? Is it this boy's celebrity? Would they have done this if it wasn't Michael Vick?'' Poindexter said he was ``absolutely floored'' that federal officials got involved, and that he believes he and Sheriff Harold D. Brown handled the investigation properly. ``Apparently these people want it,'' Poindexter said. ``They want it, and I don't believe they want it because of the serious criminal consequences involved. ... They want it because Michael Vick may be involved.'' Poindexter said he found out about a sealed search warrant filed in the U.S. Attorney's office about the time federal investigators executed it Thursday. State police assisted investigators from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Attorney's office in executing the warrant, Virginia State Police Sgt. D.S. Carr said, declining to comment further. The U.S. Attorney's office would not confirm a search warrant was filed. During an April 25 drug raid on the home Vick owns in the county, authorities seized 66 dogs, including 55 pit bulls, and equipment that suggested someone at the property was involved in a dogfighting operation. A search warrant affidavit said some of the dogs were in individual kennels and about 30 were tethered with ``heavy logging-type chains'' buried in the ground. The chains allowed the dogs to get close to each other, but not to have contact, one of myriad findings on the property that suggested a dogfighting operation. Others included a rape stand, used to hold non-receptive dogs in place for mating; an electric treadmill modified to be used by dogs; a ``pry bar'' used to open the clamped-down mouths of dogs; and a bloodied piece of carpeting the authorities believe was used in dog fights. Carpeting gives dogs traction in a plywood fighting pit. Vick has claimed he rarely visits the home and was unaware it could be involved in a criminal enterprise. He also has blamed family members for taking advantage of his generosity. Vick's cousin, Davon Boddie, was living at the home at the time of the raids. Vick, a registered dog breeder, has said in more recent interviews that his lawyers have advised him not to discuss the investigation.
  13. Tank Johnson - Suspended 8 Games

    Link Bears defensive tackle Tank Johnson has been suspended for eight games for violations of the NFL's personal conduct policy, ESPN has reported.
  14. NFL bans alcohol for team functions

    Link "Effective immediately," it reads, "clubs are prohibited from providing alcoholic beverages, including beer, in any club setting, including in locker rooms, practice or office facilities, or while traveling, including on team buses or flights. "This prohibition extends not only to players, but to all team personnel, as well as to other guests traveling with the team or who have access to club facilities."
  15. Huddle Mock #1