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  1. My girlfriend likes to call me Daddy,,,a little to much!

    pics? LOL, Not of Skippy getting strapn'ed, but you know, the little lady....
  2. Sleeper RB of 2007!

    That's twice now, mentioning another site. I call spam.
  3. Today is the day..

    If NE and Samuel reach an agreement, (and I doubt they will) it will not be NE who gives in. He's do to make $7.8 mil this year as a franchise player. Take it or leave it. Lastest News
  4. WSOP Updates

    By my calculations, I think I won, even with Scotty's great 11th place finish Thanks to BC for running this and keeping the updated standings flowing Can't wait to go back to back next year!!!
  5. Tom Brady and the mediocrity gauge

    Look, just because the guys both have 3 rings and are HOFers doesn't mean they're similar players. You were speaking of the fact that Brady's numbers pailed in comparison to other QBs without as many rings (Peyton was the implication I believe) the same way that Aikman's numbers pailed in comparison to Young's, even though he won more championships. I simply pointed out that that is not accurate. Brady's numbers are much closer to Peyton's than Aikman's ever were to Young's, and Brady's destroys Aikmans. Now if you'd like to bring in the why question, fine. But that's not what you were talking about in your original post. Second, to say that without Emmitt that Aikaman would have thrown for 4,000 yards and 30+tds, well, go ahead and think that. It's not something that can ever ever be proved, so if that's your arguement, fine, but I try to deal with facts and provable commodities. But since you brought it up, let's look at that QBs with the last three RBs that broke the touchdown record, and how they faired: 2006 Phillip Rivers 3388 yards 22 tds 2005 Matt Hasselebeck 3459 yards 24 tds 2003 Trent Green 4039 yards 24 tds Now, Aikman's stats the year emmitt scored 25 tds: 1995 Troy Aikman 3304 yards 16 tds And the year before when Emmitt scored 21 tds: 1994 Troy Aikman 2676 yards 13 tds Other QBs with the best RBs in the league managed to put up good to great numbers. But Aikman didn't. I don't think that 'Emmitt held Aikman's numbers down' argument works very well at all. Third, do you really think Brady is ever going to say no when asked if he sees a comparison to any HOF QB and himself? Of course not. Ask him if he sees the comparison to Montana, he'll say yes. Ask him about Aikman, he'll say yes. What's he going to say, No, I'm way better than Aikman ever was? So his opinion on the correct comparison means nothing since he's never going to say anything bad about another HOF QB. The bottom line is Aikman was the ultimate system QB, and the ultimate game manager. The best there may have ever been at those things. And he won. But Brady is much more than that. He's had to win games without any running game, and he's won games with a good running game. I'd say only Dillon's first year has he ever had a great running game, and that never approached what Aikman had. The comparison between Aikman and Brady is just poor.
  6. WSOP Updates

    Day 4 completed last night. Down to 113 players. Seat assignments and chip counts for Day 5, per pokernews.com. Looks like Carlos Mortensen got knocked out: 2 1 Charis Anastasiou 2,672,000 2 2 Avi Cohen 2,392,000 2 3 Richard Murnick 1,092,000 2 5 Jeff Tunkel 2,323,000 2 6 David Wells 684,000 2 7 John Spadavecchia 1,428,000 2 8 Markus Gonsalves 1,596,000 2 9 John Kalmer 1,536,000 3 1 Paul Spitzberg 1,963,000 3 2 Paulo Loureiro 1,761,000 3 3 Philip Hilm 1,183,000 3 4 Hyon Kim 768,000 3 5 William Spadea 827,000 3 6 Travis Belles 274,000 3 7 Josh Evans 1,792,000 3 8 Christian Togsverd 978,000 3 9 Thierry van den Berg 955,000 4 1 Joe Shield 586,000 4 2 Jeff Weiss 1,253,000 4 3 Bjorn-Erik Glenne 526,000 4 4 Julian Gardner 1,777,000 4 5 Jared Hamby 645,000 4 6 Peter Darvill 441,000 4 7 Lee Watkinson 1,860,000 4 8 Roy Winston 1,420,000 4 9 Billy Willis 816,000 5 1 Dag Martin Mikkelsen 3,740,000 5 2 Chris Lovelace 389,000 5 3 David Tran 1,187,000 5 4 Hevad Khan 2,200,000 5 5 Adam White 1,820,000 5 6 Leonard Pruzansky 304,000 5 7 Rep Porter 1,426,000 5 8 Michael Zinna 1,024,000 5 9 Humberto Brenes 1,140,000 6 1 Warren Karp 1,068,000 6 2 Steven Garfinkle 730,000 6 3 Jeff "Mr. Rain" Banghart 1,600,000 6 4 Mickey Seagle 242,000 6 5 Kevin Farry 1,800,000 6 6 Kelly Jo McGlothlin 871,000 6 7 Senovio Ramirez III 682,000 6 8 Cody Slaubaugh 1,139,000 6 9 Bob Slezak 889,000 7 1 Thomas Koo 362,000 7 2 John Armbrust 892,000 7 3 Gus Hansen 1,604,000 7 4 Jason Koshi 682,000 7 5 Tuan Lam 1,900,000 7 6 Francois Safieddine 882,000 7 7 Diego Cordovez 712,000 7 8 Brandon Adams 498,000 8 1 Philip Yeh 1,775,000 8 2 Tommy Le 850,000 8 3 Alex Kravchenko 2,274,000 8 4 Maria Ho 885,000 8 5 Zhuang Han 820,000 8 6 Alan Keating 396,000 8 7 Floyd Clark 1,146,000 8 8 Jerry Yang 1,150,000 8 9 Ryan Lawrence 1,046,000 9 1 Willie Tann 912,000 9 2 David Names 330,000 9 3 Reagan Silber 1,232,000 9 4 Paul Kershaw 654,000 9 5 Kevin Kim 1,000,000 9 6 Richard Harris 2,662,000 9 7 Sven Niklas Heinecker 1,908,000 9 8 Huck Seed 1,546,000 9 9 Dario Minieri 1,400,000 10 1 Kirk Morrison 1,393,000 10 2 Robin Bergren 725,000 10 3 Brian Tracy 399,000 10 4 Andreas Krause 95,000 10 5 Lee Childs 1,657,000 10 6 John Bird 1,018,000 10 7 Pete de Best 360,000 10 8 Ray Henson 1,111,000 11 1 Andrew Gunderson 326,000 11 2 Daniel Alaei 1,219,000 11 3 Jeff Bryan 1,152,000 11 4 Raymond Rahme 1,763,000 11 5 Kenny Tran 958,000 11 6 Tom Peterson 1,200,000 11 7 Nicolas Atlan 1,837,000 11 8 Alan Levin 377,000 12 1 Chad Brown 860,000 12 2 Francis Cagney 1,318,000 12 3 Richard Crowell 306,000 12 4 Matt Keikoan 1,556,000 12 5 Ayaz Mahmood 538,000 12 6 Hoa Nguyen 1,645,000 12 7 Kenneth Smith 437,000 12 8 Mikkel Madsen 933,000 13 1 Justin Sadauskas 1,115,000 13 2 Jason Welch 618,000 13 3 Isaac Haxton 804,000 13 4 Stig Top-Rasmussen 1,080,000 13 5 Mark Ellerbe 952,000 13 6 Stefan Mattsson 1,704,000 13 7 Naseem Salem 411,000 13 8 Dennis Perry 464,000 13 9 Ronald Kluber 1,559,000 14 1 Lamar Wilkinson 521,000 14 2 Cory Carroll 1,415,000 14 3 Ed de Haas 1,045,000 14 4 Jimmy Blevins 835,000 14 5 Allan King 1,000,000 14 6 Scott Freeman 1,793,000 14 7 Ryan Elson 2,137,000 14 8 Scotty Nguyen 1,175,000 14 9 Bill Edler 490,000
  7. WSOP Updates

  8. Time to move Brandon Marshall further down your list...

    It's July people. If you've got an injury, that happens to be a reoccurance (is that a word ) of a past injury, now is the time to rest it and not risk it getting worse. Could he have practiced with it yesterday? Probably. But why risk making it worse in July? If he had practiced and re-injured himself more seriously, many of these same people would be getting on the Denver coaching/training staff for letting him practice with an injury. It's July. Unless someone blows a knee out right now, you can't take much stock in a missed practice here and there.
  9. Tom Brady and the mediocrity gauge

    Only problem with the Brady to Aikman comparison, is well, it's wrong. Brady DOES have the numbers. In fact his numbers dwarf anything Aikman ever did. He's thrown for over 4,000 yards. He's thrown for 3,500 yards 5 consecutive years. Aikman NEVER went over 3,500 yards. EVER. Brady hasn't hit 30 tds in a year yet, but has thrown for 20+ five consecutive years, twice hitting 28 (and leading the league). Aikaman went over 20 ONCE, 23. Brady will pass Aikman for career TDs this year, in his 8th year (7th as a starter) Aikman played 12 years. Aikman was the ULTIMATE system QB. And a damn good one. But to compare Aikman to Brady is just ignorant of the facts.
  10. WSOP Updates

    Pretty sure Forrest was knocked out last night. Chip Reese is out. Grinder is out, Todd Brunson is out. I know Chad Brown is still in. As is Gus(among the top 10 or 12 in chips right now), Huck Seed, Carlos Mortenson, and Scotty Nguyen. Ok, so these are the seet assignments and chip counts for today according to pokernews.com: (highlighted players that I think are on rosters somewhere) 29 2 Peter Feldman 284,000 29 3 Carlos Mortensen 284,000 29 4 Dave Terry 133,000 29 5 Jim Kasputis 560,000 29 6 Ryan McClean 97,000 29 7 David Wells 388,000 29 8 Darrel Dicken 215,000 29 9 Jeff Bryan 156,000 30 1 Matthew Hilger 310,000 30 2 Raj Verma 363,000 30 3 Michael Yoshino 129,000 30 4 Cody Slaubaugh 211,000 30 5 Mark Muchnik 143,000 30 6 Martin Miller 453,000 30 7 Zachary "Carter" King 153,000 30 8 Hoa Nguyen 599,000 30 9 Mark Sanchez 380,000 32 1 Ryan Elson 183,000 32 2 David Names 259,000 32 3 Richard Weisman 696,000 32 4 Jeff Tunkel 467,000 32 5 Chris Lovelace 627,000 32 6 Nicolas Atlan 1,057,000 32 7 Chris Overgard 386,000 32 8 Willie Tran 475,000 32 9 Craig Edwards 142,000 33 1 Tobey Maguire 131,000 33 2 Greg Huffman 362,000 33 4 Jerouios Dabul 121,000 33 5 Donnacha O'Dea 95,000 33 6 Voidim Triucher did not report 33 7 Derek Thorpe 144,000 33 8 Sylvester Geoghegan 127,000 33 9 Robert Damiano 582,000 35 1 Jim Geary 131,000 35 2 Sord Mizzi 603,000 35 3 Rchard Klein 104,000 35 4 Justin King 714,000 35 5 Zachary Clark 599,000 35 6 Markus Gongalves 373,000 35 7 David O'Neal 321,000 35 8 Salvatore Erna 135,000 36 1 Priyan De Mel 285,000 36 2 Sam Simon 172,000 36 3 Robert Starkey 313,000 36 4 Bob Poole 229,000 36 5 Randy Jacobson 108,000 36 6 Floyd Clark 130,000 36 7 Hevad Khan 1,319,000 36 8 Dapo Fedeyi 153,000 38 1 John Eckerd 176,000 38 2 Petri Pollanen 106,000 38 3 James Williams 517,000 38 4 Elie Said 677,000 38 5 Diego Cordovez 284,000 38 6 Phillip Liou 975,000 38 7 Gus Hansen 1,044,000 38 8 Adam Noone 255,000 38 9 Jonathan Campbell 118,000 39 1 Mickey Seagle 539,000 39 2 William Wood 303,000 39 3 Ryan Lawrence 671,000 39 4 Tor Helness 188,000 39 5 Sven Abelsson Runing 703,000 39 6 Takeshi Takii 267,000 39 7 Brent Catalane 250,000 39 8 Doug Gehring 161,000 39 9 Dennis Perry 231,000 41 1 Tinten Oliver 115,000 41 2 Nicholas Botta 261,000 41 3 Robert Neitrayan 1,058,000 41 4 Nasser Hamedani 31,000 41 5 Steven Garfinkle 457,000 41 6 Jason Peed 262,000 41 7 Kevin Farry 449,000 41 8 Danny Smith 347,000 41 9 Robin Bergren 550,200 42 1 Amanda Baker 188,000 42 2 Chris Vox 174,000 42 3 Allen Patatenyam 301,000 42 4 Ayaz Mahmood 472,000 42 5 Antonio Arie 91,000 42 6 Christian Togsverd 666,000 42 7 Kenneth Siead 257,000 42 8 Scott Mayfield 234,000 42 9 Troy O'Brien 248,000 44 1 Christoph Stiehler 108,000 44 2 Jeff Diambrosia Allen 93,000 44 3 Humberto Brenes 210,000 44 4 Tim Begley 441,000 44 5 Jason Koshi 346,000 44 6 Justin Sadauskas 618,000 44 7 Sean Walter 133,000 44 8 Alan Keating 566,000 44 9 William Spadea 1,057,000 45 1 Warren Karp 309,000 45 2 Ovenson Benoit 346,000 45 3 Matt Brady 114,000 45 4 Senovio Ramirez, III 947,000 45 5 Ut Nguyen 314,000 45 6 Kenneth Smith 584,000 45 7 Tristan Wade 179,000 45 8 Sven Heinecker 194,000 45 9 Kenny Tran 1,175,000 47 1 Raymond Rahume 463,000 47 2 Mario Ho 481,000 47 3 Steve Crockett 156,000 47 4 Jeff Weiss 1,533,000 47 5 Jason Welch 415,000 47 6 Roy Thung 170,000 47 7 Bo "Legato" Sehlstedt 122,000 47 8 Keith Ogren 107,000 47 9 Alex Kravchenko 371,000 48 1 Roy Vanderswis 127,000 48 2 Ken Evanowski 493,000 48 3 Mikkel Madsen 226,000 48 4 Patrice McLean 71,000 48 5 Carl Olson 101,000 48 6 J. Franklin Benjamin 291,000 48 7 Jerry Yang 738,000 48 8 Noah Schwartz 171,000 48 9 Daniel Elozonto 262,000 50 1 Paulo Loureiro 440,000 50 2 Tom Peterson 601,000 50 3 Al Rapoport 130,000 50 4 Conor Tate 800,000 50 5 Ed De Haas 220,000 50 6 Kelly Jo McGlothlin 563,000 50 7 Clint Schafer 940,000 50 8 William Childs 373,000 50 9 Erian Miller 239,000 53 1 Steven Prentky 52,000 53 2 Dave Smart 68,000 53 3 Andrew Barnes 932,000 53 4 Travis Belles 179,000 53 5 Mike Souza 187,000 53 6 Imran Ahmad 431,000 53 7 Charis Anastasiou 575,000 53 8 Cliff Pappas 535,000 53 9 Hasan Habib 127,000 54 1 Leonard Pruzanosky 63,000 54 2 Rick Munro 143,000 54 3 Roger Tichenon 213,000 54 4 Jon Kalmar 1,410,000 54 5 Thomas Koo 589,000 54 6 Bob Preston 141,000 54 7 Zhuang Han 372,000 54 8 Joe Brandenburg 270,000 54 9 Terry Kane 600,000 56 1 Pat Atehison 189,000 56 2 Ken Lawrence 119,000 56 3 Avi Cohen 390,000 56 4 Rami Boukai 203,000 56 5 Bob Slezak 130,000 56 6 Adam Weiss 446,000 56 7 David G. Conway 248,000 56 8 Steven Jacobs 1,127,000 56 9 Samnuel Padgett 467,000 59 1 Jeff Banghart 789,000 59 2 Marco Mills 294,000 59 3 Matt Cohen 374,000 59 4 Daniel Alaei 299,000 59 5 Daniel Melan 263,000 59 6 Bryan Swanson 216,000 59 7 Paul Spitzberg 629,000 59 8 Esfandiar Dara 520,000 59 9 Scotty Nguyen 321,000 60 1 Ronald Kluber 292,000 60 2 David Flusfeder 282,000 60 3 Naseem Salem 589,000 60 4 Mike Laing 155,000 60 5 Steve Miranda 42,000 60 6 Rodney Knight 458,000 60 7 Bob Lauria 336,000 60 8 Guang Pu Lu 236,000 60 9 Josh evans 400,000 61 1 Eddie Ray Stutts 115,000 61 2 Brian Tracy 301,000 61 3 Alex Michaels 409,000 61 4 Cory Carroll 554,000 61 5 Bryan Curtis 277,000 61 6 Mao Qiu 675,000 61 7 Ang Pang Leng 459,000 61 8 Mark Kim 140,000 61 9 Jason Mellross 288,000 62 1 Philip Yeh 224,000 62 2 Sebastian Zink 397,000 62 3 Brett W. Kimes 591,000 62 4 Jim McCrink 265,000 62 5 Reagan Silber 514,000 62 6 Bill Edler 673,000 62 7 Robert Varkonyi 424,000 62 8 Hyon Kim 145,000 62 9 Jared Hamby 379,000 63 1 Laurence Hughes 285,000 63 2 Justin Rollo 661,000 63 3 Alexander Dietrich 205,000 63 4 Ken Gacek 157,000 63 5 Ken Weiner 87,000 63 6 Kit Manoel 219,000 63 7 Ed Betlow 501,000 63 8 Vinod Jadav 154,000 63 9 Joe Shield 291,000 64 1 Kristian Obbarius 704,000 64 2 Henry Ma 603,000 64 3 John Armbrust 544,000 64 4 Phi Tran 300,000 64 5 Matt Keikoan 442,000 64 6 Nick Binger 226,000 64 7 Jason Glass 120,000 64 8 John Matwey 153,000 64 9 Richard Harris 374,000 65 1 Theodore Park 408,000 65 2 Steven D'Argenio 111,000 65 3 Berry Johnston 203,000 65 4 Richard Sun 83,000 65 5 Fernando Reyes 358,000 65 6 Hans "Tuna" Lund 68,000 65 7 Randal McLoughlin 405,000 65 8 Bill Baxter 105,000 65 9 Bart Hanson 738,000 66 1 Kevin Kim 620,000 66 2 Art Cole 249,000 66 3 Kirk Morrison 772,000 66 4 Alex Melnikow 401,000 66 5 Neil "Bad Beat" Channing 371,000 66 6 Evan Marshall 742,000 66 7 Wolbert Bautlema 241,000 66 8 Gonzalo Flores 132,000 66 9 Steven Lynch 116,000 67 1 Tommy Le 600,000 67 2 Salvatore Passariello 133,000 67 3 Tuan Lam 642,000 67 4 Gary Friedlander 322,000 67 5 Steve Austin 220,000 67 6 Gregory Owen 117,000 67 7 Cyrus Farzad 335,000 67 8 Justin Sellers 160,000 67 9 Daniel Schleben 81,000 68 1 Mark Weitzman 155,000 68 2 Randy Holland 400,000 68 3 Kevin Howatt 145,000 68 4 Jac Arama 366,000 68 5 David Levi 262,000 68 6 Thomas Barnard 596,000 68 7 Allan W. King 400,290 68 8 Mark Ellerbe 434,000 68 9 Jason Heidema 205,000 69 1 Stephen O'Dwyer 185,000 69 2 Donna Blevins 123,000 69 3 Jimmy Blevins 855,000 69 4 Stefan Mattsson 201,000 69 5 Jason Lester 439,000 69 6 Francois Safleddine 748,000 69 7 Stephen Ma 614,000 69 8 Adam White did not report 69 9 Jason Sell 453,000 70 1 Bjorn-Erik Glenne 679,000 70 2 Matt Shepsky 77,000 70 3 Lewis Pilkington 277,000 70 4 Isaac Haxton 791,000 70 5 Karlo Lopez 263,000 70 6 Seymour Guiberson 261,000 70 7 Francis Cagney 347,000 70 8 Matt Stout 639,000 70 9 Gustav Lundholm 376,600 71 1 Peter Darvill 420,000 71 2 Dagmartin Miikkelsen 734,000 71 3 Mathew Olim 483,000 71 4 Claude Cohen 127,000 71 5 Jim Lucas 836,000 71 6 Mimi Tran 144,000 71 7 Ira Mazie 126,000 71 8 Sean Boles 102,000 71 9 Thierry Vanden Berg 552,000 72 1 Frank Schram 165,000 72 2 Michael Zinna 152,000 72 3 Huck Seed 544,000 72 4 Ken Dickenson 153,000 72 5 Ben Lamb 267,000 72 6 Karim Vegas 393,000 72 7 Gary Benson 256,000 72 8 Terris Preston 328,000 72 9 Luis Velador 173,000 73 1 Richard Murnick 484,000 73 2 Steve Sung 64,000 73 3 Scott Freeman 683,000 73 4 Hal Lubarsky 409,000 73 5 Christopher Lines 130,000 73 6 Peter Hill 208,000 73 7 Paul Kershaw 333,000 73 8 John Bird 686,000 73 9 Andrew Gunderson 381,000 74 1 Jon Moonves 854,000 74 2 Daniel Quach 212,000 74 3 Lee Watkinson 737,000 74 4 Hopfner Moritz 195,000 74 5 Karga Holt 580,000 74 6 Rep Porter 974,000 74 7 Matt Sterling 577,000 74 8 Pete de Best 649,000 75 1 Lamar Wilkinson 521,000 75 2 Lauchlin McKinnon 321,000 75 3 Chad Brown 454,000 75 4 Yuval Friedman 300,000 75 5 Richard Crowell 196,000 75 6 Thor Hansen 342,000 75 7 Andreas Krause 168,000 75 8 Billy Willis 606,000 75 9 Brad Mills 255,700 76 1 Roy Winston 475,000 76 2 Suerre Sunbo 702,000 76 3 Brock Parker 1,089,000 76 4 Kenny Rundh 287,000 76 5 Timothy Debenport 71,000 76 6 John Dutchak 480,000 76 7 Mickey "Mouse" Mills 545,000 76 8 Wayne Johnson 121,000 76 9 Ketul Nathwani 177,000 77 1 Alfred Megrahyan 325,000 77 2 Patrick Huse 234,000 77 3 Brandon Adams 403,000 77 4 Mans Montgomery 143,000 77 5 Sang Kim 217,000 77 6 Stig Tap Rasmussen 323,000 77 7 Joe Pharo 430,000 77 8 Ray Henson 319,000 77 9 Tristan McDonald 257,000 78 1 David Tran 434,000 78 2 John Spaavecchia 402,000 78 3 Julian Gardner 471,000 78 4 Philip Hilm 597,000 78 5 Alan Levin 316,000 78 6 Al Riccobono 204,000 78 7 Dario Minieri 2,398,000 78 8 Deb Blair 371,000 78 9 Mitch Garshofsky 158,000
  11. Superbowl Matchup 2007

    Wow, what an awful comparison. One is a five time reigning champion, and the other is just another good team in a conference loaded with good teams but lacking any great teams. If the cowboys had won the last four Super Bowls, then yeah, feel free to pick them.
  12. ever had a bottle rocket fight?

    Many a bottle rocket fight in my younger years. We also took it to the extreme. We built 'guns' to shoot them off. Not with PVC, but with small pipes. Fabricated them to handles to feel like a gun, and drilled holes in the barrells to stick the wick through. You'd hold them up and light em. We all got pretty good with the accuracy, although many times they'd go wherever they wanted to. It all ended the year of the 'explosion'. We had bought many other things besides bottle rockets. Only fought with them, but had bags full of m80s and jumpin jacks and all sorts of others. We formed to teams and lined up on either sides of a sand pit which was across the street from my house. Each team built 'dugouts' in the side of the hills from which to shoot. Well, about three minutes into one year's fight, my buddy shot a bottle rocket which found it's way directly into the paper bag full of fireworks in the other teams dugout. Man, it's one of those memories that will be seared into my head for life; watching them jumping out of the dugout and rolling down the sand hill about 100 feet or so, as hundreds of fireworks are going off behind them The entire bag it landed in went up, as did the four other bags in the dugout. We still sit and laugh our asses off about that day when we all get together. We didn't think anything of the danger back then, even though it was only about 15 years ago.
  13. Football Trivia

    3 yarder. It was also on my 21st birthday Vikes-Panthers 1997
  14. drink shots

    I always thought the four horsemen was 1 shot Jose Cuervo, Jack Daniels, Jim Beam and Johnny Walker Red. Hence the name four horseMEN: Jim, Jack, Johnny and Jose.
  15. LT2

    my gut tells me SJax runs a little too.....violent. And upright. See Dickerson, Eric. For some reason I see similarities. PS. ED was an awesome back, but he could have broken all the records had he stayed healthier.