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Speaking of KO returns - unless I missed something, going on nigh 3 decades of existence, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have NEVER returned a kickoff for a td in either a regular season OR playoff game.

 

Obviously, the problem isn't with the personnell or coaching....or uniform, or stadium, or owner.... :D

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There were 3 different guys going by J.D. Smith playing during the 60-61 seasons - SF RB JD Smith from NC A&T; Philly OT JD Smith from Rice; and Oakland/Bears (60 and 61 respectively) RB JD Smith from Compton Community College.

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How about that game that Terrell Owens had against Chicago back in 2000:

 

20 catches for 283 yards and 1 TD

 

I'll never forget that day as I had him on my fantasy team in a points-per-reception league. :D

 

In contrast, Freddie Mitchell's numbers for this entire season:

 

22 catches for 377 yards and 2 TD

 

Maybe Mitchell should keep his mouth shut. :D

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How about that game that Terrell Owens had against Chicago back in 2000:

 

20 catches for 283 yards and 1 TD

 

I'll never forget that day as I had him on my fantasy team in a points-per-reception league.  B)

 

In contrast, Freddie Mitchell's numbers for this entire season:

 

22 catches for 377 yards and 2 TD

 

Maybe Mitchell should keep his mouth shut.  :D

 

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Mitchell who? :D

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How about that game that Terrell Owens had against Chicago back in 2000:

 

20 catches for 283 yards and 1 TD

 

I'll never forget that day as I had him on my fantasy team in a points-per-reception league.  :D

 

In contrast, Freddie Mitchell's numbers for this entire season:

 

22 catches for 377 yards and 2 TD

 

Maybe Mitchell should keep his mouth shut.  :D

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:cue Jack Palance voice:

 

I've crapped bigger than you, kid.

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Brett Favre has started 224 consecutive games (including playoffs) at QB in TODAY's NFL (read: supersized D linemen and ballistic linebackers). The old record of 119 pales in comparison.

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Everyone's favorite receiver to whine about for lack of production during the fantasy season, Chad Johnson, finished first in the AFC (6th NFL) with 1274 receiving yards and 3rd in receptions with 95 (3rd NFL). But somehow that wasn't good enough.

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and once again called New England his daddy.

 

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. . . as did the rest of the NFL. As soon as somebody else can beat the Patriots, I'll feel like Manning "can't beat the Patriots." But as of right now, nobody can.

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I still can't believe Trent Green threw for 4591 yards when he doesn't have any wide receivers worthy of the name.

 

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His stats have gone up each year he's been with the Chiefs...fwiw...

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