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    Re: Pep Out For The Year? Saban Not Happy!

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    Well now the Vikings don't seem like such morons hey? Not saying I thought we where but many sports analysts where saying this and that about the trade, so I would love to see what they have to say now. Or better yet halfway through the season and Culpepper is still stroking it on the sidelines.

    Seems to be turning out more and more like another great move by the Viking's organization.
    I think that is what happened. In an rush to critisize the Vikings everyone kind of just put a little asterisk by the *he blew his knee up, and wont be back for a while.

    I don't know when people began to buy into it, but it was obvious many people did.

    "This was a great pickup for the Dolphins! The Vikings are fools for trading away Culpepper, and Brad Childress is satan reincarnate......."
    *[size=9px]Unless of course Culpeppers knee doesn't ever heal.[/size]

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    Re: Pep Out For The Year? Saban Not Happy!

    This is all because he does not want to face the Vikes.......

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    Re: Pep Out For The Year? Saban Not Happy!

    On the local news the other day (Twin Cities) they aired an interview with Saban. In a nutshell he said he's perfectly comfortable with Culpepper being a pocket passer from this point on. Sounds a little bit like "meathead" to me (become a student of the game, etc). This has been tried before and it didn't work.

    I believe Pep needs his full athletic ability to be successful. What happens when DL don't have to respect his running ability? He's a BIG GUY too, that runs and cuts, like a running back. That fact alone will add wear-and-tear to his knee. He may never be the same.

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    Pepp wil never be the same as he was here. He isn't going to scramble that much in fear of re-injuring the knee. Thats what made him good, is the fact that he can take off. If he becomes a "pocket passer", then he may have some problems.

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    Re: Pep Out For The Year? Saban Not Happy!

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    I don't think article should be taken seroulsy... it calls Saban "Nicktator"...lost all credibilty with that statement..
    I think it is simply refering to his rules on talking to the press. He doesn't want individual players doing so he wants to speak for them, hence the dictator.

    If this was from the Buffalo Bills website maybe I would discredit it, but it's not.

    I certainly wouldn't discredit it because of the use of the term Nicktator.
    I understand why the call him it, but its just not very professional.
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    Re: Pep Out For The Year? Saban Not Happy!

    "Eyedea" wrote:
    "Del Rio" wrote:
    "Eyedea" wrote:
    I don't think article should be taken seroulsy... it calls Saban "Nicktator"...lost all credibilty with that statement..
    I think it is simply refering to his rules on talking to the press. He doesn't want individual players doing so he wants to speak for them, hence the dictator.

    If this was from the Buffalo Bills website maybe I would discredit it, but it's not.

    I certainly wouldn't discredit it because of the use of the term Nicktator.
    I understand why the call him it, but its just not very professional.
    It's also not very uncommon even for sites like ESPN.

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    Re: Pep Out For The Year? Saban Not Happy!

    He is going to be an awfully big target back there doing his Bledsoe impression. LOL

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    Re: Pep Out For The Year? Saban Not Happy!

    i think it's funny how daunte was lying the whole time about everything and how his knee was fine.
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    Re: Pep Out For The Year? Saban Not Happy!

    Anyone else think that Zygi and Childress are looking smarter and smarter?

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    Re: Pep Out For The Year? Saban Not Happy!

    haha i told u so

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