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ChiefsandO'sfan
04-12-2011, 06:31 PM
good stuff

keg in kc
04-12-2011, 06:32 PM
I caught a little of it while I was looking for the Royals game on FSN.

It brought back some really bad memories.

(Basically anything involving Lloyd Carr is a bad memory)

JD10367
04-12-2011, 06:33 PM
Football is dead to me until they end this lockout.

Bane
04-12-2011, 06:35 PM
^That.
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DBOSHO
04-12-2011, 06:37 PM
TOM.

ChiefsandO'sfan
04-12-2011, 06:37 PM
lol at herm edwards chad pennington couldnt throw a 20 yard out and herm says great throw lol

JD10367
04-12-2011, 06:40 PM
lol at herm edwards chad pennington couldnt throw a 20 yard out and herm says great throw lol

I always liked Noodle-Arm. Penny had those intangibles. Good QB brain. If he'd been blessed with the body of Jeff George, and managed to avoid injury, he could've been Canton-bound and in the same discussion as Brady, Manning, Montana, and the rest. Instead, he's a nice story who didn't quite make it big.

Buck
04-12-2011, 06:40 PM
I just turned it on and they beat the Chargers in the playoffs.

Fucker.

Von Dumbass
04-12-2011, 06:57 PM
Ehhh. Brady had the opposing teams signals and has never won a Super Bowl* without cheating.

DBOSHO
04-12-2011, 07:01 PM
Id give the entire chiefs draft this year and next for a 24 year old tom brady

DBOSHO
04-12-2011, 07:02 PM
Ehhh. Brady had the opposing teams signals and has never won a Super Bowl* without cheating.

Youre right. The broncos are the posterboys of fair play.

DTLB58
04-12-2011, 07:03 PM
I liked the snipit with Matt Millen on Drew Henson, "We brought him in just to see if he had anything left, he didn't."

Much of the same could be said of you Matt. ROFL

JD10367
04-12-2011, 07:05 PM
Youre right. The broncos are the posterboys of fair play.

Aside from the chopblocking and the salary-cap evasion.

Von Dumbass
04-12-2011, 07:06 PM
Youre right. The broncos are the posterboys of fair play.

John Elway's play callers didn't know exactly what the defense was going to run on every play. Denver beat teams fair and square.

Rams Fan
04-12-2011, 07:07 PM
John Elway's play callers didn't know exactly what the defense was going to run on every play. Denver beat teams fair and square.

What about the great McDaniels?

Von Dumbass
04-12-2011, 07:09 PM
Aside from the chopblocking and the salary-cap evasion.

Denver was 13 point underdogs in Super Bowl XXXll

Rams Fan
04-12-2011, 07:11 PM
Denver was 13 point underdogs in Super Bowl XXXll

Pats were 14 point underdogs against the Rams....

Von Dumbass
04-12-2011, 07:11 PM
What about the great McDaniels?

What about him? He tried to cheat in Denver and Bowlen fired him 2 weeks later. That is what classy organizations do.

JD10367
04-12-2011, 07:12 PM
What about the great McDaniels?

Please don't engage the little moronic douchewaffle. I have him on Ignore so I don't have to read his stupidity, and the more you talk to him the more he gets quoted and I have to read his verbal diarrhea. He talks the stupidest shit of anyone I've seen on this board, touts the Broncos as if they're full of Pro Bowlers, and lambasts Brady despite the fact that everyone aside from him--that is, anyone with more than a chipmunk-sized brain--knows that Brady's a very good QB. They don't make a bus short enough for HoMo to ride on. Nothing to see here, people, move along.

Von Dumbass
04-12-2011, 07:12 PM
Pats were 14 point underdogs against the Rams....

Denver didn't film the Packers walkthrough.....

Rams Fan
04-12-2011, 07:13 PM
What about him? He tried to cheat in Denver and Bowlen fired him 2 weeks later. That is what classy organizations do.

He filmed the 49ers and still lost. That among many other things lead to his firing, like his read after being 6-0.

Rams Fan
04-12-2011, 07:14 PM
Please don't engage the little moronic douchewaffle. I have him on Ignore so I don't have to read his stupidity, and the more you talk to him the more he gets quoted and I have to read his verbal diarrhea. He talks the stupidest shit of anyone I've seen on this board, touts the Broncos as if they're full of Pro Bowlers, and lambasts Brady despite the fact that everyone aside from him--that is, anyone with more than a chipmunk-sized brain--knows that Brady's a very good QB. They don't make a bus short enough for HoMo to ride on. Nothing to see here, people, move along.

I didn't see this post until after I posted. Sorry about that.

If you look at my sig, you'll see that KnowMo can be funny when he's not trying to.LMAO

Von Dumbass
04-12-2011, 07:16 PM
The only reason you aren't on my ignore list is because FFVB doesn't work with FF4. Go back to Cheatriot planet douche.

Rams Fan
04-12-2011, 07:17 PM
Are you impressed at all by how good the Pats have been over the past decade, KnowMo? They haven't had a losing season since 2000. That's impressive.

Von Dumbass
04-12-2011, 07:24 PM
Are you impressed at all by how good the Pats have been over the past decade, KnowMo? They haven't had a losing season since 2000. That's impressive.

No. The only team in the NFL who has won more games than Denver the past 28 years are the 49ers.

The Cheatriots ruined the NFL for a decade by cheating.

Rams Fan
04-12-2011, 07:29 PM
How did they ruin the NFL for a decade by cheating?

Pablo
04-12-2011, 07:31 PM
A Bronco fan crying about cheating.

Oh, the irony.

JD10367
04-12-2011, 07:32 PM
How did they ruin the NFL for a decade by cheating?

Don't waste your time trying to have a rational debate. His avatar should be forcibly changed by the Mods to something more appropriate, like this:

http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/images/charlotteion/2004/11/18/lottie.jpg

Dante84
04-12-2011, 07:33 PM
Hey, Blowmo, you've got some Vaseline on your shirt.

Shaid
04-12-2011, 10:29 PM
John Elway's play callers didn't know exactly what the defense was going to run on every play. Denver beat teams fair and square.

They cheated the salary cap both of their Super Bowl winning years and we of course can't forget about the vasoline incident.

Amnorix
04-13-2011, 06:16 AM
Denver didn't film the Packers walkthrough.....

Get your facts straight. The reporter himself recanted that story and apologized for his stupidity, basically.

ForeverChiefs58
04-13-2011, 06:19 AM
“The Brady 6″ highlights the inaccuracies of the draft

Posted by Mike Florio on April 12, 2011, 9:50 PM EDT

I’ve seen plenty of excellent productions from NFL Films over the years. Tonight, I’ve seen one of the best yet. And that’s saying a lot.

The Brady 6, a look at the events that resulted in Tom Brady being the seventh quarterback picked in 2000 and the aftermath of that indignity, demonstrates in a striking way the flaws inherent to the NFL draft. Nothing the scouts do can measure a man’s heart, his drive, or his determination.

You should see the whole thing. For now, here are 10 things I learned that I either didn’t know, or that I had forgotten.

1. Prior to the 2000 draft, the Patriots were the only team that called Michigan about Brady, even though he’d led the Wolverines to an Orange Bowl win in overtime only a few months earlier. That said, we’ve heard in the past that an assistant coach on another AFC team was lobbying aggressively to draft Brady, but that his advice was ignored.

2. We love former 49ers coach Steve Mariucci, but it was almost laughable to hear him defend the decision to not pick Brady. At one point, Mariucci almost seemed to deflect some blame to the late Bill Walsh, whom Mariucci pointed out was present at the local-prospect Pro Day that Brady attended, given his San Fran roots. Later in the show, Mariucci became exasperated during practice with third-round pick Giovanni Carmazzi, and Mariucci eventually suggests that Carmazzi lost the nerve to play NFL football during the 2000 Hall of Fame game against the Patriots.

3. Carmazzi, the only member of the Brady 6 to not be interviewed, now owns five goats and no TVs.

4. Brady has always been extremely confident. Pats owner Robert Kraft said that, when Brady introduced himself during training camp in 2000, Brady said, “I’m the best decision this organization has ever made.”

5. Only four years old at the time, Brady attended with his father “The Catch” game in 1982, sitting in the end zone where Dwight Clark transformed a franchise with a leaping touchdown reception. A full 18 years later, when Clark was running the show in Cleveland, Clark took Spergon Wynn 16 spots before the Pats selected Brady.

6. Brady told former Michigan teammate Aaron Shea after the 2000 season that Brady will beat out Drew Bledsoe for the starting job in New England. Coach Bill Belichick said that Brady had a better training camp and preseason than Bledsoe in 2001, but that they went with Bledsoe to start the season because Brady was inexperienced. A big hit from Mo Lewis later, and Brady grabbed the job and never let go.

7. Strangely, the one-hour documentary glossed over the fact that Brady suffered an injury during the 2001 AFC title game, and that Bledsoe actually led the Pats to the win. At the time, plenty of people thought Bledsoe should get the nod in the Super Bowl. Belichick opted for Brady, setting the stage for an epic Super Bowl upset and greasing the skids for Bledsoe’s one-way trip to Buffalo.

8. For his on-camera interview, Kurt Warner’s face was a completely different color than his neck.

9. Mel Kiper showed up several times. I vividly recall hearing him on ESPN Radio before the 2001 season suggesting that the Patriots could become the first team to go 0-16.

10. After hearing and seeing Brady’s emotional reaction to the fact that he was drafted so late, the one guy I thought about was Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, who wasn’t drafted at all in 2003, when 13 quarterbacks came off the board, including Brady’s rival at Michigan, Drew Henson (taken by the Texans), and players like Dave Ragone (also taken by the Texans), Kliff Kingsbury (taken by the Pats), Gibran Hamdan (taken by the Redskins), and Ken Dorsey (taken by the 49ers). And yet I’ve never heard Romo suggest that he has any anger or frustration regarding the fact that he went seven rounds without being picked. It fits with our long-time theory that Romo is simply happy to be where he is, and that he lacks the unrelenting fire to become the best player he ever can be.

Indeed, for now the only thing Romo has in common with Brady is that each man once supplanted Drew Bledsoe.

Amnorix
04-13-2011, 06:20 AM
Ehhh. Brady had the opposing teams signals and has never won a Super Bowl* without cheating.

Right, they just went 18-0 before losing in a weird fluke play in the SB. And went 14-2 another year. They've done *nothing*....

We won't even mention Jimmy Johnson and Bill Cowher and Jon Gruden basically rolling their eyes at the entire thing as completely absurd. I know you're going to be a Birther/Truther about all this because it makes you happy, but I'd like to mention that you're delusional.

the Talking Can
04-13-2011, 06:39 AM
Ehhh. Brady had the opposing teams signals and has never won a Super Bowl* without cheating.

would you please fucking kill yourself


pretty fucking please?

BigRock
04-13-2011, 06:44 AM
The best part is right at the beginning when, off the top of his head, Brady rattles off the name of each QB that was drafted ahead of him. It's been 10+ years and it still pisses him off. Second prize goes to Mooch trying to justify the 49ers not drafting him.

Cameos include Pioli, Herm, Huard, and a lengthy shot of Kendall Gammon walking around in the foreground while Brady talks at the Pro Bowl. Only Pioli was actually interviewed for it, the rest are just action shots.

scott free
04-13-2011, 11:57 AM
They're dead on about Romo, he doesnt have half the self-drive & willpower of Tom Brady.

The boys will never be champs with him at QB.

HotRoute
04-13-2011, 12:52 PM
4. Brady has always been extremely confident. Pats owner Robert Kraft said that, when Brady introduced himself during training camp in 2000, Brady said, “I’m the best decision this organization has ever made.”

This is my favorite part of the whole thing, the testicular fortitude that would take, and coming from a sixth rounder who was the 4th qb on the depth chart

ROFL

JD10367
04-13-2011, 02:36 PM
“The Brady 6″ highlights the inaccuracies of the draft

Posted by Mike Florio on April 12, 2011, 9:50 PM EDT

4. Brady has always been extremely confident. Pats owner Robert Kraft said that, when Brady introduced himself during training camp in 2000, Brady said, “I’m the best decision this organization has ever made.”

I had read it was something along the lines of Brady was running up the stairs with pizzas and passed Bob Kraft, who had no idea who he was, and Brady introduced himself and said something like, "Drafting me was the best decision you've ever made". Cocky bastard, LOL.

6. Brady told former Michigan teammate Aaron Shea after the 2000 season that Brady will beat out Drew Bledsoe for the starting job in New England. Coach Bill Belichick said that Brady had a better training camp and preseason than Bledsoe in 2001, but that they went with Bledsoe to start the season because Brady was inexperienced. A big hit from Mo Lewis later, and Brady grabbed the job and never let go.

Yes, the word is that Belichick had already considered benching Bledsoe for Brady, who'd risen from 4th string (behind Bledsoe, John Friesz, and Michael Bishop) to the backup spot. And Belichick is no stranger to making unpopular decisions (i.e. Vinny Testaverde over Bernie Kosar in Cleveland). I guess he was talked out of it, or decided to give Bledsoe (who'd shown a propensity for happy feet and bad decision-making for a year or two) one last shot. And after the first loss, by the time the Jets game entered the 4th quarter he was on the verge of yanking Bledsoe anyway (who finished the game with 159 yards and 2 picks in a 10-3 loss).

7. Strangely, the one-hour documentary glossed over the fact that Brady suffered an injury during the 2001 AFC title game, and that Bledsoe actually led the Pats to the win. At the time, plenty of people thought Bledsoe should get the nod in the Super Bowl. Belichick opted for Brady, setting the stage for an epic Super Bowl upset and greasing the skids for Bledsoe’s one-way trip to Buffalo.

Admittedly, there was heavy "Bledsoe vs. Brady" debate amongst the fans at the time. But let's be clear about what happened in that title game. Bledsoe did come in, and did throw a nice endzone corner pass for a TD. But IIRC on the play before he threw what could've been an easy pick, and then proceeded in the second half to play shakily and throw many bad balls that could've turned the tide if the opposing D had capitalized. It wasn't like Bledsoe came off the bench and threw for 400 yards and 5 TDs. Most people thought, if Brady were healthy enough, he should start the SB. But, on the other hand, a lot of people also remembered 1986: Tony Eason came in for a beat-up Steve Grogan and won some games in the second half of the season, then led them to the SB, then promptly shit his pants against the Bears. Maybe Grogan would've lost as well, but Eason turtled so bad that John Hannah made the infamous "he should've been wearing a skirt" comment (or something along those lines). So many Pats fans had already seen what happened when an apparently solidly-playing youngster replaced a veteran, and were skittish about the idea.

Fruit Ninja
04-13-2011, 09:56 PM
Hard work and confidence can take you a long ****ing ways is what this proves.

Loved watching it.