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    Re: Culpepper to the Chiefs?

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    Pep to the Vikes please
    I hope your kidding
    he is serious

    Not kidding

    He is Gus and T-jack combined

    A pile of mediocrity hell all lumped into one QB.
    Sign him!
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    Re: Culpepper to the Chiefs?

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    "gregair13" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    Pep to the Vikes please
    I hope your kidding
    he is serious

    Not kidding

    He is Gus and T-jack combined

    A pile of mediocrity hell all lumped into one QB.
    Sign him!

    I know this won't happen but I wouldnt be opposed to it if we don't find yet another QB this offseason

    Pretty sure he can throw the deep ball better then Gus and T-jack

    He can hit his check down (shank) just like Wiggins

    And he can run just as well as Jackson

    Im not sure if it would be alll that much of an improvement and im sure it wont happen but I believe he would be a better fit here then Gus or Jackson

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    Re: Culpepper to the Chiefs?

    "V4L" wrote:
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    "marstc09" wrote:
    [quote author=V4L link=topic=48672.msg856015#msg856015 date=1224608068]
    Pep to the Vikes please
    I hope your kidding
    he is serious

    Not kidding

    He is Gus and T-jack combined

    A pile of mediocrity hell all lumped into one QB.
    Sign him!

    I know this won't happen but I wouldnt be opposed to it if we don't find yet another QB this offseason

    Pretty sure he can throw the deep ball better then Gus and T-jack

    He can hit his check down (shank) just like Wiggins

    And he can run just as well as Jackson

    Im not sure if it would be alll that much of an improvement and im sure it wont happen but I believe he would be a better fit here then Gus or Jackson
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    Re: Culpepper to the Chiefs?

    Ummmm no

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    Re: Culpepper to the Chiefs?

    "V4L" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    "gregair13" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    [quote author=V4L link=topic=48672.msg856015#msg856015 date=1224608068]
    Pep to the Vikes please
    I hope your kidding
    he is serious

    Not kidding

    He is Gus and T-jack combined

    A pile of mediocrity hell all lumped into one QB.
    Sign him!

    I know this won't happen but I wouldnt be opposed to it if we don't find yet another QB this offseason

    Pretty sure he can throw the deep ball better then Gus and T-jack

    He can hit his check down (shank) just like Wiggins

    And he can run just as well as Jackson


    Im not sure if it would be alll that much of an improvement and im sure it wont happen but I believe he would be a better fit here then Gus or Jackson
    [/quote]

    except for the whole running part.
    Since his knee injury, he hasn't been the same.
    Jackson can cut, DC can't.
    the only thing going for pep is he can lower the shoulder and not get hurt.

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    Re: Culpepper to the Chiefs?

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
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    [quote author=marstc09 link=topic=48672.msg856256#msg856256 date=1224632030]
    [quote author=V4L link=topic=48672.msg856015#msg856015 date=1224608068]
    Pep to the Vikes please
    I hope your kidding
    he is serious

    Not kidding

    He is Gus and T-jack combined

    A pile of mediocrity hell all lumped into one QB.
    Sign him!

    I know this won't happen but I wouldnt be opposed to it if we don't find yet another QB this offseason

    Pretty sure he can throw the deep ball better then Gus and T-jack

    He can hit his check down (shank) just like Wiggins

    And he can run just as well as Jackson


    Im not sure if it would be alll that much of an improvement and im sure it wont happen but I believe he would be a better fit here then Gus or Jackson
    [/quote]

    except for the whole running part.
    Since his knee injury, he hasn't been the same.
    Jackson can cut, DC can't.
    the only thing going for pep is he can lower the shoulder and not get hurt.
    [/quote]


    He can though

    If you can find some clips of him against the Dolphs check that out

    Made some decent cuts

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    Re: Culpepper to the Chiefs?

    He definitely should take this gig and see what he can make of it. Unlike other positions in this league ... QBs can play to an old age ... and if he shows he has any talent it could lead to another gig.
    There is no reason for him not to take this if they are offereing.

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    Re: Culpepper to the Chiefs?

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    He definitely should take this gig and see what he can make of it. Unlike other positions in this league ... QBs can play to an old age ... and if he shows he has any talent it could lead to another gig.
    There is no reason for him not to take this if they are offereing.
    I read they signed Gray today/last night.

    I found it kindof interesting that Gray and even Brooks Bollinger have a job and he doesn't.
    Funny how this league runs sometimes.
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    Re: Culpepper to the Chiefs?

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "midgensa" wrote:
    He definitely should take this gig and see what he can make of it. Unlike other positions in this league ... QBs can play to an old age ... and if he shows he has any talent it could lead to another gig.
    There is no reason for him not to take this if they are offereing.
    I read they signed Gray today/last night.

    I found it kindof interesting that Gray and even Brooks Bollinger have a job and he doesn't.

    Funny how this league runs sometimes.

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    Yeah, it's really surprising when a psychotic person is unemployed.
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    Re: Culpepper to the Chiefs?

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
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    He definitely should take this gig and see what he can make of it. Unlike other positions in this league ... QBs can play to an old age ... and if he shows he has any talent it could lead to another gig.
    There is no reason for him not to take this if they are offereing.
    I read they signed Gray today/last night.

    I found it kindof interesting that Gray and even Brooks Bollinger have a job and he doesn't.

    Funny how this league runs sometimes.

    :
    Yeah, it's really surprising when a psychotic person is unemployed.
    Also read that Daunte is pulling a Bret and considering coming out of retirement.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3659901

    What intrigued me was his statement that "several teams" had contacted him, his agent is waiting for a "viable" offer.

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