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  • November 24, 2007 at 4:48 pm #516154 Back to Top REPORT

    va mountain hunter

    Joined: 11/30/2004

    Turf toe can be serious… remember Deion Sanders- perhaps the best shutdown corner to ever play the game? His career was haulted because of turf toe… it is more serious than people think…

    now as far as “only” 11 this is the first time I have said how much or who I think will win… and I was only joking… stated I won’t make my pick until next week… when I see whose out for Greenbay and the status of Crayton and Henry… [=}=]

    :^O :^O :^O :^O :^O

    Thats like saying Darryl Strawberry was the best player in the MLB ever… :shock:

    Deion was nothing but a showboater, he was good but very annoying, and is nowhere near the BEST!

    I like that the Pack are the underdog, they’re underestimated; because they don’t have all the big names like Dallas, but let me tell you, its the team that wins the games! :thumbup[/quote:2w4299hk]

    Sanders was the best to ever dawn a helment at that position and it`s nothing short of moronic to say otherwise. Yes he was an unlikable character but that has nothing to do with talent. I believe if you took a coaches poll on who was the best,(not what team player they liked best) Sanders would be the overwhelming favorite. [=}=][/quote:2w4299hk]

    Umm, Rod Woodson would like a word with you. Champ Bailey, too, for that matter. Deion is arguably the best COVER corner of all time. But when the run would come to his side he’d start looking for cover immediately. He’d be scared to tackle a fourth grader in a wheelchair if he were driving a high-speed bulldozer. Teams would run to his side and he’d barely make it back onto the field for the next play because he ran over behind the bench to curl up and cry. Sorry, but you can’t be the “best of all time” at anything when you’re a complete and utter failure at half of what constitutes your job description. When coordinators were planning for Sanders they said “we’re NEVER going to throw to that side, but we’re ALWAYS going to run to that side.” When they gameplanned for Woodson they just completely gave up on his side of the field.

    November 24, 2007 at 7:32 pm #516155 Back to Top REPORT
    jeff-k-in-il
    Jeff K in IL

    Age: 26
    Joined: 11/1/2005

    Turf toe can be serious… remember Deion Sanders- perhaps the best shutdown corner to ever play the game? His career was haulted because of turf toe… it is more serious than people think…

    now as far as “only” 11 this is the first time I have said how much or who I think will win… and I was only joking… stated I won’t make my pick until next week… when I see whose out for Greenbay and the status of Crayton and Henry… [=}=]

    :^O :^O :^O :^O :^O

    Thats like saying Darryl Strawberry was the best player in the MLB ever… :shock:

    Deion was nothing but a showboater, he was good but very annoying, and is nowhere near the BEST!

    I like that the Pack are the underdog, they’re underestimated; because they don’t have all the big names like Dallas, but let me tell you, its the team that wins the games! :thumbup[/quote:iotv3wqd]

    Sanders was the best to ever dawn a helment at that position and it`s nothing short of moronic to say otherwise. Yes he was an unlikable character but that has nothing to do with talent. I believe if you took a coaches poll on who was the best,(not what team player they liked best) Sanders would be the overwhelming favorite. [=}=][/quote:iotv3wqd]

    :^O :^O :^O

    Come on Sparkey, Sanders was good to cover on pass, but he is not the best at everything… ;)

    Dallas fans are fune to mess with! :D

    November 24, 2007 at 8:10 pm #516156 Back to Top REPORT
    merve_01
    merve_01

    Age: 30
    Joined: 1/13/2007
    Location: Indiana

    Turf toe can be serious… remember Deion Sanders- perhaps the best shutdown corner to ever play the game? His career was haulted because of turf toe… it is more serious than people think…

    now as far as “only” 11 this is the first time I have said how much or who I think will win… and I was only joking… stated I won’t make my pick until next week… when I see whose out for Greenbay and the status of Crayton and Henry… [=}=]

    :^O :^O :^O :^O :^O

    Thats like saying Darryl Strawberry was the best player in the MLB ever… :shock:

    Deion was nothing but a showboater, he was good but very annoying, and is nowhere near the BEST!

    I like that the Pack are the underdog, they’re underestimated; because they don’t have all the big names like Dallas, but let me tell you, its the team that wins the games! :thumbup[/quote:3tc4hi84]

    Sanders was the best to ever dawn a helment at that position and it`s nothing short of moronic to say otherwise. Yes he was an unlikable character but that has nothing to do with talent. I believe if you took a coaches poll on who was the best,(not what team player they liked best) Sanders would be the overwhelming favorite. [=}=][/quote:3tc4hi84]

    Umm, Rod Woodson would like a word with you. Champ Bailey, too, for that matter. Deion is arguably the best COVER corner of all time. But when the run would come to his side he’d start looking for cover immediately. He’d be scared to tackle a fourth grader in a wheelchair if he were driving a high-speed bulldozer. Teams would run to his side and he’d barely make it back onto the field for the next play because he ran over behind the bench to curl up and cry. Sorry, but you can’t be the “best of all time” at anything when you’re a complete and utter failure at half of what constitutes your job description. When coordinators were planning for Sanders they said “we’re NEVER going to throw to that side, but we’re ALWAYS going to run to that side.” When they gameplanned for Woodson they just completely gave up on his side of the field.[/quote:3tc4hi84]

    I met Rod Woodson 6 times in my life… at his camp… from his own mouth Deion Sanders WAS the best corner to ever play the game…. I asked him myself… and in fact the other 2-3 players with him said the same thing….

    November 25, 2007 at 3:11 am #516157 Back to Top REPORT
    thehammer
    TheHammer

    Joined: 12/6/2005

    Turf toe can be serious… remember Deion Sanders- perhaps the best shutdown corner to ever play the game? His career was haulted because of turf toe… it is more serious than people think…

    now as far as “only” 11 this is the first time I have said how much or who I think will win… and I was only joking… stated I won’t make my pick until next week… when I see whose out for Greenbay and the status of Crayton and Henry… [=}=]

    :^O :^O :^O :^O :^O

    Thats like saying Darryl Strawberry was the best player in the MLB ever… :shock:

    Deion was nothing but a showboater, he was good but very annoying, and is nowhere near the BEST!

    I like that the Pack are the underdog, they’re underestimated; because they don’t have all the big names like Dallas, but let me tell you, its the team that wins the games! :thumbup[/quote:5srif7il]

    Sanders was the best to ever dawn a helment at that position and it`s nothing short of moronic to say otherwise. Yes he was an unlikable character but that has nothing to do with talent. I believe if you took a coaches poll on who was the best,(not what team player they liked best) Sanders would be the overwhelming favorite. [=}=][/quote:5srif7il]

    Umm, Rod Woodson would like a word with you. Champ Bailey, too, for that matter. Deion is arguably the best COVER corner of all time. But when the run would come to his side he’d start looking for cover immediately. He’d be scared to tackle a fourth grader in a wheelchair if he were driving a high-speed bulldozer. Teams would run to his side and he’d barely make it back onto the field for the next play because he ran over behind the bench to curl up and cry. Sorry, but you can’t be the “best of all time” at anything when you’re a complete and utter failure at half of what constitutes your job description. When coordinators were planning for Sanders they said “we’re NEVER going to throw to that side, but we’re ALWAYS going to run to that side.” When they gameplanned for Woodson they just completely gave up on his side of the field.[/quote:5srif7il]

    Woodson was great but that man bit on more pump fakes then any other db in history….

    November 25, 2007 at 3:32 am #516158 Back to Top REPORT
    merve_01
    merve_01

    Age: 30
    Joined: 1/13/2007
    Location: Indiana
    Just a little more on Sanders… as I stated in one of my camps I asked Rod who he thought was the best corner ever (during one of his talks about covering wide receivers) he stated it was Deion Sanders… the fact that Deion was a poor tackler- or even a bad tackler did not change his opinion, my opinion, any other NFL coachs opinions… as a cornerback Deion’s main priority was to stop the pass… stop the run second… He was the BEST to ever play the pass and every team feared him… and every cornerback in the league respected the man and many if not all still do… The fact that he didn’t fare well against the run isn’t important…. that is what they make safeties for… that is what the linebackers are for… now if he was a safety that would be different in my opinion about the best to ever play…
    After all… isn’t a defensive player supposed to stop both run and pass? Would you judge Dwight Freeney and say he sucks because he can’t cover a wide receiver to save his life? No he is still one of the best today at his position… and so was Sanders- who also had the added bonus of being the Devin Hester of his time… [=}=]
    November 25, 2007 at 4:52 am #516159 Back to Top REPORT
    sparkey
    Sparkey

    Joined: 9/8/2005

    Turf toe can be serious… remember Deion Sanders- perhaps the best shutdown corner to ever play the game? His career was haulted because of turf toe… it is more serious than people think…

    now as far as “only” 11 this is the first time I have said how much or who I think will win… and I was only joking… stated I won’t make my pick until next week… when I see whose out for Greenbay and the status of Crayton and Henry… [=}=]

    :^O :^O :^O :^O :^O

    Thats like saying Darryl Strawberry was the best player in the MLB ever… :shock:

    Deion was nothing but a showboater, he was good but very annoying, and is nowhere near the BEST!

    I like that the Pack are the underdog, they’re underestimated; because they don’t have all the big names like Dallas, but let me tell you, its the team that wins the games! :thumbup[/quote:rxk6n8ah]

    Sanders was the best to ever dawn a helment at that position and it`s nothing short of moronic to say otherwise. Yes he was an unlikable character but that has nothing to do with talent. I believe if you took a coaches poll on who was the best,(not what team player they liked best) Sanders would be the overwhelming favorite. [=}=][/quote:rxk6n8ah]

    Umm, Rod Woodson would like a word with you. Champ Bailey, too, for that matter. Deion is arguably the best COVER corner of all time. But when the run would come to his side he’d start looking for cover immediately. He’d be scared to tackle a fourth grader in a wheelchair if he were driving a high-speed bulldozer. Teams would run to his side and he’d barely make it back onto the field for the next play because he ran over behind the bench to curl up and cry. Sorry, but you can’t be the “best of all time” at anything when you’re a complete and utter failure at half of what constitutes your job description. When coordinators were planning for Sanders they said “we’re NEVER going to throw to that side, but we’re ALWAYS going to run to that side.” When they gameplanned for Woodson they just completely gave up on his side of the field.[/quote:rxk6n8ah]

    I should change my statement to Sanders was the best cover corner to dawn the helment. #-o :oops: [=}=] I really don`t think the run defense was as bad as you interpret it to be. I believe he was on a defense ranked near the top of the league. If it were so easy to run on him I believe everyone would of beat them by it. [=}=]

    November 25, 2007 at 5:08 am #516160 Back to Top REPORT
    sparkey
    Sparkey

    Joined: 9/8/2005

    Turf toe can be serious… remember Deion Sanders- perhaps the best shutdown corner to ever play the game? His career was haulted because of turf toe… it is more serious than people think…

    now as far as “only” 11 this is the first time I have said how much or who I think will win… and I was only joking… stated I won’t make my pick until next week… when I see whose out for Greenbay and the status of Crayton and Henry… [=}=]

    :^O :^O :^O :^O :^O

    Thats like saying Darryl Strawberry was the best player in the MLB ever… :shock:

    Deion was nothing but a showboater, he was good but very annoying, and is nowhere near the BEST!

    I like that the Pack are the underdog, they’re underestimated; because they don’t have all the big names like Dallas, but let me tell you, its the team that wins the games! :thumbup[/quote:2gay9ie4]

    Sanders was the best to ever dawn a helment at that position and it`s nothing short of moronic to say otherwise. Yes he was an unlikable character but that has nothing to do with talent. I believe if you took a coaches poll on who was the best,(not what team player they liked best) Sanders would be the overwhelming favorite. [=}=][/quote:2gay9ie4]

    :^O :^O :^O

    Come on Sparkey, Sanders was good to cover on pass, but he is not the best at everything… ;)

    Dallas fans are fune to mess with! :D[/quote:2gay9ie4]

    I said nothing about being great at everything, I should of said cover corner. :oops: #-o I didn`t like Sanders the person, no more than I like Owens, Jerry Jones personalities. I like the Cowboys as a team and that will never change. I don`t get into the he`s the best in sports most of the time, but in the corner position there is no arguably needed in the title of best.(cover corner) [=}=]

    November 26, 2007 at 4:22 pm #516161 Back to Top REPORT
    bigeves34
    BigEves34

    Joined: 8/29/2005
    Enough about Woodson, Sanders, etc… back to the topic at hand!!! :p :D

    I found this pretty interesting…. eerily similar stats… :shock:

    http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/headtohead?game_id=29371&displayPage=tab_head_to_head&category=last5overall&season=2007&week=REG13[/url:1hbryiet]

    November 26, 2007 at 10:57 pm #516162 Back to Top REPORT
    triple-drop
    triple drop

    Joined: 6/22/2007

    It sure would be nice if I could even watch the stupid Game….. The NFL network sucks… :thumbdown :thumbdown

    I hear ya man… that’s really dumb of the NFL to allow that. But, money talks… ](*,) :whistle
    However, I just happen to get the NFL Network, so I’ll be watching it anyway… anyone want to come over and watch w/ me? :whistle :D :thumbup[/quote:2cfy21u9]
    Just twenty bucks a seat at my house :^O Comes with two brewskies. You bring the pop corn. :^O :^O :^O

    November 27, 2007 at 2:23 am #516163 Back to Top REPORT
    whackum
    Whackum

    Age: 53
    Joined: 9/19/2007
    Location: Wisconsin
    We all forgot about the most 3 most important factors the Packers have in there corner
    God
    Vince Lombardi
    Reggie White
    I’ve heard there Packer fans
    November 27, 2007 at 5:15 am #516164 Back to Top REPORT
    wisc-rattlesnake
    Wisc.Rattlesnake

    Joined: 4/18/2007

    We all forgot about the most 3 most important factors the Packers have in there corner
    God
    Vince Lombardi
    Reggie White
    I’ve heard there Packer fans[/quote:nmo9f4f2]

    :^O I have to agree, we love our team. And yes, those 3 guys are watching at all times…

    Good luck to the Pack!

    November 27, 2007 at 11:38 pm #516165 Back to Top REPORT
    kettlecreekhunter
    KettleCreekHunter

    Joined: 8/13/2007
    I am not a huge cowboys or packers fan but I don’t see green bay beating dallas it will be a game I will not miss though
    November 27, 2007 at 11:42 pm #516166 Back to Top REPORT
    rickym
    RickyM


    Joined: 8/4/2004
    I am not a huge cowboys or packers fan but I don’t see green bay beating dallas it will be a game I will not miss though

    I hope you have NFL Network then. ](*,) ](*,) ](*,) ](*,) ](*,)

    November 29, 2007 at 12:41 am #516167 Back to Top REPORT
    kettlecreekhunter
    KettleCreekHunter

    Joined: 8/13/2007

    I am not a huge cowboys or packers fan but I don’t see green bay beating dallas it will be a game I will not miss though

    I hope you have NFL Network then. ](*,) ](*,) ](*,) ](*,) ](*,)[/quote:3vix0206]
    I do ;) and they sometimes broadcast on two channels one regular and one HD witch is really cool I won’t know untill game day if it will be in HD and I check the channel

    November 29, 2007 at 3:24 am #516168 Back to Top REPORT
    bwood
    bwood

    Joined: 11/17/2006
    I have to admit I’m a huge Cowboys fan and always have been. I can’t wait for the game tomorrow. I think it will be a heck of a game! While I’m not a Green Bay fan, I do respect the crap out of Favre and appreciate the way he plays the game. I hope Romo doesn’t get “starstruck” playing against him, which is definitely possible. Both teams have played great this year. Sure, Dallas won a couple games where they almost beat themselves but they pulled them out. It says something about this team. There is something special about this team. It should be a heck of a game and I can’t wait!
    Go Cowboys!

    PS…Dallas 34 Green Bay 28 :D

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