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  1. patriot lifer

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    fins finally terminate contract. Did they take too long? Where will he go? does anybody care?
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    :) Can he play linebacker? He is way too big for a cornerback.
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    I think he'd fit well in Atlanta. Too bad they already got an int machine in Harrington.
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    Wasn't the speculation that he would end up in Jacksonville?
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    Yeah, Jacksonville. I recently heard something about Baltimore too. Wouldn't be surprised with McNair's history of getting banged up.
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    Depending on the knee, he can be a serviceable backup for someone. Hell, Vinny at 78 years old is apparently gonna sign with us :)
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    ProFootballTalk.com was also saying the Packers and the Rams (potential Bulger holdout) could be potential destinations.
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    It would be interesting to see him in Baltimore. I really enjoyed watching Culpepper play, I hope he can come back.
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    How about Detroit? Wouldn't Martz like him?
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    mojocaster?

    that anything like a bourgeois?

    :singing:
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    Well,

    If he goes to Baltimore, that will ensure that the quarterbacks at least have one good set of knees. The problem is each will have one of them.

    Respects,
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    Sounds reasonable to me...
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    Yes, Jacksonville, no.
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    Ultimate irony would be if wheverever Culpepper ends up; the number 1 goes down and Culpepper ends up having better stats than Green does in Miami this season.

    That would be a laugher.
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    It doesn't really surprise me.
    Methinks he is probably washed up.
    His numbers were already going down even before his big injury.
    Without his health and speed I doubt that he can play at the same level anymore.
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    Gotta love people that see only what they want to see.
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    He had thrown 6 touchdowns and 12 picks before he got hurt. I assume what he is seeing/wanting to see is actual football game, just like the rest of us.
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    The guy was awful his last year with the Vikings. He was exposed as a qb who couldn't read defenses and who was guilty of just hurling the ball up for Moss.
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    well that theory didn't work for the raider qb's. (being guilty of just chucking it up to Moss)

    I think he is a good qb and can be great.

    how quickly we forget.

    At least he's not in the afc east anymore, that injury takes two full years to come back from. This guy is driven, wait and see.
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    The Raiders QBs do suck. But their terrible offensive line is the real culprit. That and they had terrible coaches like Art "the hack" Shell.
    Culpepper is a mediocre QB on the downside of his career.
    Fins fans will try to justify the trade even after he gets unceremoniously cut after having done absolutely bupkus last year. How sad.
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    That's where I think he should go. They're building a good offensive line so he wouldn't be a sack machine anymore. That way he can just stand there and do what he does best: heave bombs. And he'd have two, hell three, good receivers at his disposal. That offense could be scary.
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    and you know they're winning at least ten games this season. Says Kitna.
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    Well they could if Kitna wasn't commanding the offense. Think about it: a young O-Line, a good RB, three solid receivers, and a young D to support the offense. The only piece of the puzzle they're missing is a good QB.
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    detriot is cursed. That being said, also note that 10 wins is a lot of wins in that conference. last year that meant a first round bye for the saints. in the afc 12 wins got the pats a 4th seed. 8 wins would be impressive for them.

    they have the pieces, but they never come to fruition. it's the curse of detroit.

    although, I do have to say that kitna does have a weak arm, so daunte could do them good
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    I dont think Culpepper fits Martz's style offense at all.

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