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Patrick Jeffers

 

William Green :bash:

 

Lamar Smith :D

 

 

Excellent choices!

 

The ultimate One Game Flash- BROCK FORSEY!!!!!

 

 

:D Time will tell on whether he was a one-game wonder. I still think he's mounting a comeback.

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Excellent choices!

:D Time will tell on whether he was a one-game wonder. I still think he's mounting a comeback.

 

 

:D I was wondering how long it would take for you to come to Brock's defense :bash:

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Believe it or not, it was 2001 and Kordell had some great games in Dec.. 'Never felt comfortable starting him, but he came through big time. :D I just remember thinking that SteelBunz really knows her stuff.

 

Awwww......hmmmm. Well....I must have been drunk. :bash: Apparently I'm quite the FF guru under the influence. :clap: Glad it worked out for you! :tup:

He DID have a few good matchups around that time as I recall. :D

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Patrick Jeffers

 

:D Helped me win My league SuperBowl in 1999

 

 

Ditto to that one!

 

Two guys I love to hate and never had, they had about 8 TDs off of about 15 receptsions. I called them washouts from the beginning-

 

Marc Boerigter and

 

Tyrone Davis

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There's so many for this list.

 

My favorite pain in the rear was Michael Bennett

 

Some others

 

Tim Couch, Cade McNown, Akili Smith

 

Ricky Williams, Trung Canidate, Curtis Enis, JJ Arrington, Wiliam Green

 

Mike Williams, Rocket Ismail, Orande Gadsen, Rod Gardner, Rashaun Woods, Charles Rogers

 

David LaFleur, Anthony Becht

 

So many more......

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Joe Aska. He produced for about 2 games didnt he!? Heard he had a greeeeeat career in the xfl :D

 

rashaan salaam - one very good season then fumblitis

 

raymont harris too

 

chris t. jones (had a GREAT week 1)

 

ps now i know why my ff team was so bad in 96(my first ff season), i had touchdown tim buk. and salaam on the same team. It's so clear now! (and aska and chris t.too)

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How many of us rushed to the waiver wire to pick up Chris Baker, TE Jets after week 1 last year?

 

Week 1: 7-124, 1 TD

 

Next 16 weeks: 11-145, 0 TD, 1 fumble

 

Ptttththththththtth. :D

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How many of us rushed to the waiver wire to pick up Chris Baker, TE Jets after week 1 last year?

 

Week 1: 7-124, 1 TD

 

Next 16 weeks: 11-145, 0 TD, 1 fumble

 

Ptttththththththtth. :D

 

In a similar vain: Courtney Anderson

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It's amazing to me how many people dont' get the gist of this thread. "Flash in the pan" means they had a year/part of year where they were great (or at least a lot better than they normally were) in the NFL then basically disappeared. About 1/3 of the people mentioned don't qualify. Unless those were just lame attempts at jokes.

 

And speaking of jokes and flashes in the pan:

 

WR Michael Jackson (CLE)

 

...and perhaps the king of all...

 

RB Gary Brown (Oilers)

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Insert Denver Running Back Here -----------------> ____________________

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David Boston for sure.

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Any mention of the ultraback makes me smile.

 

I forgot about that nickname. :D He's awesome.

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Leslie Shepherd comes to mind because someone kept him in a 3 player keeper league one year.

 

Kevin Johnson! I kept him once in the same league!

 

Other guys who may be included to this list:

Eric Metcalf- Some guy seemed to draft him every year

Marc Boerigter (sp?) something about catching TDs just never gets old comes to mind? Someone used to have that in the sig line here.

Brad Hoover surely made a few playoff starts around here

Quinten Griffin- Someone was a draft genius for a week!

Troy Hambrick- Had some nice games against the Skins in 2003!

Jeff Blake- Lit it up nicely once

Eli Manning- I'm sure many thought he'd be the next Peyton!

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It's amazing to me how many people dont' get the gist of this thread. "Flash in the pan" means they had a year/part of year where they were great (or at least a lot better than they normally were) in the NFL then basically disappeared. About 1/3 of the people mentioned don't qualify. Unless those were just lame attempts at jokes.

 

And speaking of jokes and flashes in the pan:

 

WR Michael Jackson (CLE)

 

...and perhaps the king of all...

 

RB Gary Brown (Oilers)

 

 

Excellent choices - I owned both over the years. And I remember thinking "these guys are going to be great". Not so much though.

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Ooh Ooh. Am I the only guy who remembers this guy?

 

Jermaine Fazande SD RB

 

In week 17 of 1999, they started him and he ran for 183 yards and a TD. I drafted him in a few leagues the next year, thinking he'd be a sleeper stud RB.

 

In 2000, SD drafted and started Ryan Leaf, the team went 1-15, and there wasn't a single 400 yard rusher on the yeam. The year after that, they drafted LT.

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Ooh Ooh. Am I the only guy who remembers this guy?

 

Jermaine Fazande SD RB

 

 

 

Nope. I think I drafted him up in a couple of leagues. :D

 

Nice one Atomic.

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Skip Hicks....looked like he had the Skins RB gig all to himself after Terry Allen was lost at the end of 1998 & Hicks filled in like gangbusters...1999 enter Stephen Davis.

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Ooh Ooh. Am I the only guy who remembers this guy?

 

Jermaine Fazande SD RB

 

In week 17 of 1999, they started him and he ran for 183 yards and a TD. I drafted him in a few leagues the next year, thinking he'd be a sleeper stud RB.

 

In 2000, SD drafted and started Ryan Leaf, the team went 1-15, and there wasn't a single 400 yard rusher on the yeam. The year after that, they drafted LT.

Nice one.. I did the same thing, pronouncing his name, "Fazzand."

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