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  1. PATRIOTSFANINPA

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    I have produced an all time criminal team complete from Coach to kicker and it needs a name so I need your help...


    And now I present my All-Time Criminal Team ...

    HEAD COACH: JON GRUDEN
    OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR: BOB BRATKOWSKI
    WR COACH: RICHIE ANDERSON
    DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR: JOE CULLEN

    OFFENSE

    Starting Players and backups of 50 man squad....

    QB: Michael Vick - (back ups) Art Schlister,Todd Marinovich,Josh Booty

    RB: LEAD BACK - O.J. Simpson - (back ups): Dave Meggett,Laurence Phillips,Maurice Clarett,Jamal Lewis,Mercury Morris

    TE: Jerramy Stevens (back ups) Mark Chmura,Dan Graham

    WR: Rae Carruth,Chris Henry (3rd,4th,5th stringers) Koren Robinson,Michael Irvin,David Boston

    OL: OG Nate Newton,Ross Verba
    OT Bryant McKinnie,Barrett Robbins
    (back ups) Adrian Jones,Kenyatta Jones,Gerald Perry


    DEFENSE

    DL (3-4/4-3): DE Mark Gastineau,Dextar Manley
    DT Marcus Thomas,Mike Patterson
    (back ups) Jim Dunaway,Chad Eaton,Alonzo Spellman,Frostee Rucker

    LB: (3/4 - or 4/3) OLB Lawrence Taylor,Thomas Hollywood Henderson
    ILB Odell Thurman,Ray Lewis
    (back ups) Cato June,James Harrison,Steve Foley

    CB: Adam 'Pacman' Jones,Ricky Manning Jr.
    (back ups) Johnathan Joseph,Artwell Hawkins,Kenny Wright

    FS: Terrence Kiel

    SS: Dexter Reid (backup) Eugene Robinson

    K: Sebastian Janikowski

    P: Todd Sauerbrun

    Practice Squad: Dominic Rhodes,Byron 'Bam' Morris,Ryan Krause,Robert Rozier,Dwayne Goodrich,John Gilmore

    NOW LETS GIVE THIS INFAMOUS ALL-CON TEAM A REAL NICKNAME! (EG: New England Patriots)

    For a team name,I call them the ALKATRAZ HASBEENS


    How about you? :D
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    The YouHaveTooMuchTimeOnYour Hands
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    Thanks for that worthless tidbit,My inmates appreciate the help :D
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    How about calling them the Bengals?????
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    How is Eugene Robinson the backup to Dexter Reid? The latter is a special teamer, the former a multiple-time All-Pro selection. And Robinson's offense was far funnier, and worse to boot.
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    Remind me again... what did Sebastian Janikowski get in trouble for?

    EDIT: Eh, who cares? He's just another Florida State Criminole.
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    Actually 5 times in trouble with the law....

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=1620959
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    Yeah, that sounds like a Florida State alumni. :cool:
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    A quick google search told me East St. Louis has the highest crime index per resident in the country.

    So I propose "The East St. Louis Flashes."
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....


    Depending on the 'size' of the matter, maybe the Stumps or Pee Wees or possibly Tiny Tots?
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    Honestly that team seems like one you could win some games with, assuming they are all in their prime
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    The scary thing is that's a pretty damn good lineup. But why Gruden as coach? I think Al Davis would be a better choice.
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    The real Paul's Crew

    longest yard ref
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    I cant start a thread but the Bengals signed a former pat WR.
    Bengals signed WR Doug Gabriel.
    Gabriel was released by the Raiders after training camp last season, and didn't return to the league. The physical receiver provides depth in Cincinnati following the release of Chris Henry, and could end up as the No. 3 option with a strong camp. He could also compete to return kicks.
    Since its the bengals i thought this was most appropriate thread
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    good one! :)
     
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    Re: The official NFL's All-Time Criminal team needs a name.....

    Heh. He also could end up out of the league, seeing as the Pats--as WR-starved as they were--released him in 2006. . . .
     
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    What did John Gruden ever do?

    I know he's not a pleasant individual, but I was unaware that he was ever in trouble with the law.
     
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    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/1999/02/24/MN87151.DTL

    [FONT=&quot]Raiders' Coach Fined $750 In Reckless Driving Case[/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]No-contest plea -- drunk-driving charge dropped[/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]Charlie Goodyear, Chronicle Staff Writer[/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]Wednesday, February 24, 1999[/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot](02-24) 04:00 PDT OAKLAND -- In a deal to avoid drunken-driving charges, Raiders coach Jon Gruden pleaded no contest yesterday to alcohol-related reckless driving and was ordered to pay a $750 fine. [/FONT]
     
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