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    Re: Culpepper looking good

    It's pretty obvious that Pep is the man IF he can retun to the form of his earlier years. Can he though?

    It took Moss a couple of years to recover from injury. Maybe the same is true of Pep.
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    Re: Culpepper looking good

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    Who is the best QB?

    Sage
    TJack
    Culpepper

    Or all they all relatively close when all factors are considered?

    I'm really not sure.
    Not that it matters since it's pretty safe to say that even if Culpepper did become available, he wouldn't be returning to the Vikings.
    DC

    He can throw better.
    He has the most experience.
    He can be taught not to fumble as much.
    They did it with Warner, saw it on NFLN.

    DC isn't playing for Chilly and that goes both ways.
    The bottom-line is if you had TJack, Rosenfels and Culpepper on the squad would you feel better than when you have TJack, Rosenfals and Booty?

    I would probably feel a wee bit better.
    Kind of like when I go into an outhouse in the winter and am bummed that it is cold, but I'm glad the pooh is frozen because it won't stink quite so badly.
    So you are asking if I would rather have:
    A 2nd year player drafted in the 5th round, that hasn't thrown a pass in the regular season
    or
    A 10 year Vet, that has started 95 games, thrown for over 23,000 yds, and a career rating of 89.

    I know it isn't going to happen because of all the bad blood.
    But if DC is completely healthy, in shape, and has lost some of the attitude.
    I would much rather have him then TJ, Sage, or Booty.

    But I'm sure if DC starts with the Lions and he sucks, ya'll will say nasty things about him.
    But I'm sure if Peyton Manning started with the Lions he would suck too.
    Because the Lions have a long way to go before that team recovers from the Matt Millen era.
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    Re: Culpepper looking good

    "gagarr" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    Who is the best QB?

    Sage
    TJack
    Culpepper

    Or all they all relatively close when all factors are considered?

    I'm really not sure.
    Not that it matters since it's pretty safe to say that even if Culpepper did become available, he wouldn't be returning to the Vikings.
    DC

    He can throw better.
    He has the most experience.
    He can be taught not to fumble as much.
    They did it with Warner, saw it on NFLN.

    DC isn't playing for Chilly and that goes both ways.
    The bottom-line is if you had TJack, Rosenfels and Culpepper on the squad would you feel better than when you have TJack, Rosenfals and Booty?

    I would probably feel a wee bit better.
    Kind of like when I go into an outhouse in the winter and am bummed that it is cold, but I'm glad the pooh is frozen because it won't stink quite so badly.
    So you are asking if I would rather have:
    A 2nd year player drafted in the 5th round, that hasn't thrown a pass in the regular season
    or
    A 10 year Vet, that has started 95 games, thrown for over 23,000 yds, and a career rating of 89.

    I know it isn't going to happen because of all the bad blood.
    But if DC is completely healthy, in shape, and has lost some of the attitude.
    I would much rather have him then TJ, Sage, or Booty.

    But I'm sure if DC starts with the Lions and he sucks, ya'll will say nasty things about him.
    But I'm sure if Peyton Manning started with the Lions he would suck too.
    Because the Lions have a long way to go before that team recovers from the Matt Millen era.
    DC is only a short term solution too though...much like Favre, only nowhere near the same talent level.
    I'd like to see Jackson excel...not just for short term success, but long term as well.
    If he can step it up he is definitely our best shot at continued success and not a one year wonder.

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    Re: Culpepper looking good

    Culpepper is gonna be getting his roll on more than once vs. the Vikes this year

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    Re: Culpepper looking good

    "Elam529" wrote:
    Culpepper is gonna be getting his roll on more than once vs. the Vikes this year
    By "Roll" do you mean falling to the ground and fumbling the ball as it rolls all over the place?
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: Culpepper looking good

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    "gagarr" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    Who is the best QB?

    Sage
    TJack
    Culpepper

    Or all they all relatively close when all factors are considered?

    I'm really not sure.
    Not that it matters since it's pretty safe to say that even if Culpepper did become available, he wouldn't be returning to the Vikings.
    DC

    He can throw better.
    He has the most experience.
    He can be taught not to fumble as much.
    They did it with Warner, saw it on NFLN.

    DC isn't playing for Chilly and that goes both ways.
    The bottom-line is if you had TJack, Rosenfels and Culpepper on the squad would you feel better than when you have TJack, Rosenfals and Booty?

    I would probably feel a wee bit better.
    Kind of like when I go into an outhouse in the winter and am bummed that it is cold, but I'm glad the pooh is frozen because it won't stink quite so badly.
    So you are asking if I would rather have:
    A 2nd year player drafted in the 5th round, that hasn't thrown a pass in the regular season
    or
    A 10 year Vet, that has started 95 games, thrown for over 23,000 yds, and a career rating of 89.

    I know it isn't going to happen because of all the bad blood.
    But if DC is completely healthy, in shape, and has lost some of the attitude.
    I would much rather have him then TJ, Sage, or Booty.

    But I'm sure if DC starts with the Lions and he sucks, ya'll will say nasty things about him.
    But I'm sure if Peyton Manning started with the Lions he would suck too.
    Because the Lions have a long way to go before that team recovers from the Matt Millen era.
    DC is only a short term solution too though...much like Favre, only nowhere near the same talent level.
    I'd like to see Jackson excel...not just for short term success, but long term as well.
    If he can step it up he is definitely our best shot at continued success and not a one year wonder.
    IF IF IF....
    Sure we all would like him to step it up.
    This is dejavu of last year.
    TJ showed some good signs the last few games of 2007.
    He looked great in TC.
    He looked great in his first 2 preseason games.
    Lots had HIGH HOPES.
    Then his first 2 games in 2008 he was a big disappointment.

    DC may be short term success, maybe a year or 2.
    But TJ has only proven his short term success is a few games at the end of the year.
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    Re: Culpepper looking good

    "gagarr" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    "gagarr" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
    [quote author=BloodyHorns82 link=topic=52665.msg979920#msg979920 date=1249590775]
    Who is the best QB?

    Sage
    TJack
    Culpepper

    Or all they all relatively close when all factors are considered?

    I'm really not sure.
    Not that it matters since it's pretty safe to say that even if Culpepper did become available, he wouldn't be returning to the Vikings.
    DC

    He can throw better.
    He has the most experience.
    He can be taught not to fumble as much.
    They did it with Warner, saw it on NFLN.

    DC isn't playing for Chilly and that goes both ways.
    The bottom-line is if you had TJack, Rosenfels and Culpepper on the squad would you feel better than when you have TJack, Rosenfals and Booty?

    I would probably feel a wee bit better.
    Kind of like when I go into an outhouse in the winter and am bummed that it is cold, but I'm glad the pooh is frozen because it won't stink quite so badly.
    So you are asking if I would rather have:
    A 2nd year player drafted in the 5th round, that hasn't thrown a pass in the regular season
    or
    A 10 year Vet, that has started 95 games, thrown for over 23,000 yds, and a career rating of 89.

    I know it isn't going to happen because of all the bad blood.
    But if DC is completely healthy, in shape, and has lost some of the attitude.
    I would much rather have him then TJ, Sage, or Booty.

    But I'm sure if DC starts with the Lions and he sucks, ya'll will say nasty things about him.
    But I'm sure if Peyton Manning started with the Lions he would suck too.
    Because the Lions have a long way to go before that team recovers from the Matt Millen era.
    DC is only a short term solution too though...much like Favre, only nowhere near the same talent level.
    I'd like to see Jackson excel...not just for short term success, but long term as well.
    If he can step it up he is definitely our best shot at continued success and not a one year wonder.
    IF IF IF....
    Sure we all would like him to step it up.
    This is dejavu of last year.
    TJ showed some good signs the last few games of 2007.
    He looked great in TC.
    He looked great in his first 2 preseason games.
    Lots had HIGH HOPES.
    Then his first 2 games in 2008 he was a big disappointment.

    DC may be short term success, maybe a year or 2.
    But TJ has only proven his short term success is a few games at the end of the year.
    [/quote]

    Well the exact same wording could be used with DC - IF IF IF.
    He's no more proven at this point in his career than Jackson.
    Fact is none of them are ideal candidates for the job.
    Take your pick of lackluster QBs.

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    Re: Culpepper looking good

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    "gagarr" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    "gagarr" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    [quote author=snowinapril link=topic=52665.msg979951#msg979951 date=1249593773]
    [quote author=BloodyHorns82 link=topic=52665.msg979920#msg979920 date=1249590775]
    Who is the best QB?

    Sage
    TJack
    Culpepper

    Or all they all relatively close when all factors are considered?

    I'm really not sure.
    Not that it matters since it's pretty safe to say that even if Culpepper did become available, he wouldn't be returning to the Vikings.
    DC

    He can throw better.
    He has the most experience.
    He can be taught not to fumble as much.
    They did it with Warner, saw it on NFLN.

    DC isn't playing for Chilly and that goes both ways.
    The bottom-line is if you had TJack, Rosenfels and Culpepper on the squad would you feel better than when you have TJack, Rosenfals and Booty?

    I would probably feel a wee bit better.
    Kind of like when I go into an outhouse in the winter and am bummed that it is cold, but I'm glad the pooh is frozen because it won't stink quite so badly.
    So you are asking if I would rather have:
    A 2nd year player drafted in the 5th round, that hasn't thrown a pass in the regular season
    or
    A 10 year Vet, that has started 95 games, thrown for over 23,000 yds, and a career rating of 89.

    I know it isn't going to happen because of all the bad blood.
    But if DC is completely healthy, in shape, and has lost some of the attitude.
    I would much rather have him then TJ, Sage, or Booty.

    But I'm sure if DC starts with the Lions and he sucks, ya'll will say nasty things about him.
    But I'm sure if Peyton Manning started with the Lions he would suck too.
    Because the Lions have a long way to go before that team recovers from the Matt Millen era.
    DC is only a short term solution too though...much like Favre, only nowhere near the same talent level.
    I'd like to see Jackson excel...not just for short term success, but long term as well.
    If he can step it up he is definitely our best shot at continued success and not a one year wonder.
    IF IF IF....
    Sure we all would like him to step it up.
    This is dejavu of last year.
    TJ showed some good signs the last few games of 2007.
    He looked great in TC.
    He looked great in his first 2 preseason games.
    Lots had HIGH HOPES.
    Then his first 2 games in 2008 he was a big disappointment.

    DC may be short term success, maybe a year or 2.
    But TJ has only proven his short term success is a few games at the end of the year.
    [/quote]

    Well the exact same wording could be used with DC - IF IF IF.
    He's no more proven at this point in his career than Jackson.
    Fact is none of them are ideal candidates for the job.
    Take your pick of lackluster QBs.
    [/quote]

    Wow, you know it's bad when people start tossing Culpepper's name into the mix.
    If your starting QB options aren't at least as good as Culpepper, you're screwed.

    Oh...wait....darn it!!!

    Caine

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    Re: Culpepper looking good

    It might be nice to see if Culpepper & Linehan can turn back the clock.

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    Re: Culpepper looking good

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    Who is the best QB?

    Sage
    TJack
    Culpepper

    Or all they all relatively close when all factors are considered?

    I'm really not sure.
    Not that it matters since it's pretty safe to say that even if Culpepper did become available, he wouldn't be returning to the Vikings.
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