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    Re: Culpepper Top Ranked for HOF

    "triedandtruevikesfan" wrote:
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    LMAO... How funny that 5 years later Favre's my boy.
    Hell... you hated him 5 Months ago.
    I know!
    More like 5 days ago
    ;D

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    Re: Culpepper Top Ranked for HOF

    "midgensa" wrote:
    I loved Culpepper WITH Moss.

    I thought they were the perfect compliments to each other and could have been one of the great combinations of all time. As it is they combined for 55 touchdowns, which I believe is among the top 10-15 combinations ever.

    The problem with Culpepper was always that he was a little bit of a head case. I do believe he was a big reason that Moss was run out of town, and I think in the long run it doomed CPep's career.

    It is a shame really. Those guys should have been together for years.
    I liked Laurel with Hardy too.
    Either one of them alone is not worth the entertainment dollar.
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    Re: Culpepper Top Ranked for HOF

    "josdin00" wrote:
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    Note his QB rating is higher than Favre.

    "triedandtruevikesfan" wrote:
    Thats my boy!! I LOVE Daunte! (in a purely fan sorta way--- no fantasies!)
    Webby, your comment made me want to compare the two QBs. I looked at the first 5 years they both had in the league. Neither really played in their first year, so I really just had 4 years of playing data to compare. Here are their passer ratings by year in the league:

    Year 2:

    Culpepper (2000) : 98.05
    Favre


    (1992) : 85.30

    Year 3:

    Culpepper (2001) : 83.28
    Favre


    (1993) : 72.19

    Year 4:

    Culpepper (2002) : 75.28
    Favre


    (1994) : 90.73

    Year 5:

    Culpepper (2003) : 96.42
    Favre


    (1995) : 99.55

    Total of first five years:

    Culpepper : 87.92
    Favre


    : 86.78

    Culpepper also had 2917 yards on 341 rushing attempts over that period (5.6 average) for 26 rushing touchdowns

    Favre had 797 on 186 (4.3 average) for 7 touchdowns.

    It sort of gives you an idea where Daunte's career might be heading, huh?
    Interesting stats..
    And I did like Culpepper..
    Although I hated the way he bailed on us.
    He didn't even give Chilly a chance!
    And because of that, put our favorite NFL team in shambles of sorts at the QB position for years.

    Culpepper alone can't carry a team.
    But you give him weapons, I believe he can be pretty effective.
    Too bad he's stuck with the Lions.

    Anyway, he's been a bit of a head case, and while I'm glad he's no longer with us, I do wish him the best in the future.
    Vegans are eating the rainforests. =(

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    Re: Culpepper Top Ranked for HOF

    "Formo" wrote:
    "josdin00" wrote:
    "webmaster" wrote:
    Note his QB rating is higher than Favre.

    "triedandtruevikesfan" wrote:
    Thats my boy!! I LOVE Daunte! (in a purely fan sorta way--- no fantasies!)
    Webby, your comment made me want to compare the two QBs. I looked at the first 5 years they both had in the league. Neither really played in their first year, so I really just had 4 years of playing data to compare. Here are their passer ratings by year in the league:

    Year 2:

    Culpepper (2000) : 98.05
    Favre


    (1992) : 85.30

    Year 3:

    Culpepper (2001) : 83.28
    Favre


    (1993) : 72.19

    Year 4:

    Culpepper (2002) : 75.28
    Favre


    (1994) : 90.73

    Year 5:

    Culpepper (2003) : 96.42
    Favre


    (1995) : 99.55

    Total of first five years:

    Culpepper : 87.92
    Favre


    : 86.78

    Culpepper also had 2917 yards on 341 rushing attempts over that period (5.6 average) for 26 rushing touchdowns

    Favre had 797 on 186 (4.3 average) for 7 touchdowns.

    It sort of gives you an idea where Daunte's career might be heading, huh?
    Interesting stats..
    And I did like Culpepper..
    Although I hated the way he bailed on us.
    He didn't even give Chilly a chance!
    And because of that, put our favorite NFL team in shambles of sorts at the QB position for years.

    Culpepper alone can't carry a team.

    But you give him weapons, I believe he can be pretty effective.
    Too bad he's stuck with the Lions.

    Anyway, he's been a bit of a head case, and while I'm glad he's no longer with us, I do wish him the best in the future.
    Lions have weapons, have Calvin Johnson, Kevin Smith (who's no slouch) and most importantly, linehan.
    Maybe Johnson can be his Moss.

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    Re: Culpepper Top Ranked for HOF

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Formo" wrote:
    "josdin00" wrote:
    "webmaster" wrote:
    Note his QB rating is higher than Favre.

    "triedandtruevikesfan" wrote:
    Thats my boy!! I LOVE Daunte! (in a purely fan sorta way--- no fantasies!)
    Webby, your comment made me want to compare the two QBs. I looked at the first 5 years they both had in the league. Neither really played in their first year, so I really just had 4 years of playing data to compare. Here are their passer ratings by year in the league:

    Year 2:

    Culpepper (2000) : 98.05
    Favre


    (1992) : 85.30

    Year 3:

    Culpepper (2001) : 83.28
    Favre


    (1993) : 72.19

    Year 4:

    Culpepper (2002) : 75.28
    Favre


    (1994) : 90.73

    Year 5:

    Culpepper (2003) : 96.42
    Favre


    (1995) : 99.55

    Total of first five years:

    Culpepper : 87.92
    Favre


    : 86.78

    Culpepper also had 2917 yards on 341 rushing attempts over that period (5.6 average) for 26 rushing touchdowns

    Favre had 797 on 186 (4.3 average) for 7 touchdowns.

    It sort of gives you an idea where Daunte's career might be heading, huh?
    Interesting stats..
    And I did like Culpepper..
    Although I hated the way he bailed on us.
    He didn't even give Chilly a chance!
    And because of that, put our favorite NFL team in shambles of sorts at the QB position for years.

    Culpepper alone can't carry a team.

    But you give him weapons, I believe he can be pretty effective.
    Too bad he's stuck with the Lions.

    Anyway, he's been a bit of a head case, and while I'm glad he's no longer with us, I do wish him the best in the future.
    Lions have weapons, have Calvin Johnson, Kevin Smith (who's no slouch) and most importantly, linehan.
    Maybe Johnson can be his Moss.
    Yeah, he's got Johnson..
    But I can't believe that Kevin Smith could be considered a reasonable weapon.
    At least not behind that line.
    Who know, I may be wrong though.

    Either way, I don't see the Lions FO/coaching staff giving C-Pep a legitimate chance to show what he can do unless Stafford's leg injury is worse than what we know.
    They are obviously favoring the rookie, which I believe is a BIG mistake.
    Vegans are eating the rainforests. =(

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    Re: Culpepper Top Ranked for HOF

    smith rushed for almost 1000 yards last season behind a shitty line and no QB, he's good enough, he's definitely not a top 10 back, but an adaquate back.

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    Re: Culpepper Top Ranked for HOF

    Culpepper sucked in MN when Moss left.
    Cullpepper sucked in Miami after he left here.
    Culpepper sucked when he was unemployed and no one wanted him
    Culpepper sucks now as the backup QB for the Lions.

    Basically Culpepper just sucks.

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    Re: Culpepper Top Ranked for HOF

    "RK." wrote:
    Culpepper sucked in MN when Moss left.
    Cullpepper sucked in Miami after he left here.
    Culpepper sucked when he was unemployed and no one wanted him
    Culpepper sucks now as the backup QB for the Lions.

    Basically Culpepper just sucks.

    He sucked for Oakland too.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: Culpepper Top Ranked for HOF

    YEAH GO C-PEP COMEACK PLAYER OF THE YEAR SHOW THOSE VIKINGS

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    Re: Culpepper Top Ranked for HOF

    "Elam529" wrote:
    YEAH GO C-PEP COMEACK PLAYER OF THE YEAR SHOW THOSE VIKINGS

    Lol not happenin

    How bout Favre comeback player of the year?

    Madden curse isn't in effect anymore

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