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    Re: Culpepper says Vikings are misrepresenting him

    That's just good for Pep. We've all heard his little banter now.

    Go back to your rehap, and I hope for you that you get back to being an elite QB for those Dolphins.

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    Re: Culpepper says Vikings are misrepresenting him

    Lets hope the Vikings team are looking at this thinking the perfect opportunity to forget the, now third stringer, and although some think Brad should be our second stringer, concentrate on helping our starting quarterback win the game.

    Let the positives start now, Miami have a worse record than ours, and really only have the Chicago win under their belts.
    We are still in prime position for the playoffs and rather than relying on other teams failures vs opposition (yes I do remember the last day of the regular season, that time we needed to beat Arizona)
    WE NEED TO SUPPORT OUR VIKES AND TRASH THE FINS.

    LET US TAKE CONTROL OF OUR OWN DESTINY.
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    Re: Culpepper says Vikings are misrepresenting him

    "Freya" wrote:
    Clearly a case of spending too much time in the recliner and not enough in rehab. A better idea is to focus on getting back on the field and making the news doing something positive for you team.
    he did - he got benched !!!
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    Re: Culpepper says Vikings are misrepresenting him

    It didn't take Miami long to figure out how dumb Culpepper is at reading defenses.

    The guy has all the talent in the world but no brain to go with it. tsk tsk..anyways I have no idea what Culpepper is talking about.
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    Re: Culpepper says Vikings are misrepresenting him

    Sounds like he is trying to convince himself that he's better off in Miami and that he is glad to be out of Minnesota.
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    Re: Culpepper says Vikings are misrepresenting him

    I heard the interview and I took the statement about not being protected differently than the reporter did, I think he was referring to the boat incident that he wasn't protected from it and that his reputation was besmirched.

    I didn't take it as a statement about football, or being football related.

    Which would go back tho what a lot of people said, that he forced his way out of Minnesota because of the boat incident from family pressure.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: Culpepper says Vikings are misrepresenting him

    Hey Pep, get to the Pro-Bowl without Randy Moss on your team, then we can talk.

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    Re: Culpepper says Vikings are misrepresenting him

    Ok, this represents him just fine:
    [img width=50 height=17]http://www.smilies-and-more.de/pics/smilies/obscene/042.gif[/img]

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    Re: Culpepper says Vikings are misrepresenting him

    considering how often he did his " deer in the headlights" impression then its no wonder he feels protected in Miami... if he was back in Minnesota then it would be open season on him
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    Re: Culpepper says Vikings are misrepresenting him

    so basically hes just making up a bunch of excuses as to why he isnt playing. hes trying to make us look bad too. what makes him so sure he has the starting job for qb anymore, harrington is looking better than pep probably ever will. i dont know why he just assumes he will be the starter. after he stops being lazy and starts rehabbing... i mean after his knee heals. wouldnt want to hurt him even more, you know. i loved the excuse on why they took him out in the first place. it was to "protect" him. it had nothing to do w/ the fact that he sucked and they actually wanted a chance to win a game....
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