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    Re: Power rankings of NFL teams after the 2009 Draft

    oh this topic pissed me off yesterday. I was in the discussion board yesterday and some dumb "b" word from GB was speaking nonsense. Also some bears fan was being a d bag. uGH!

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    I would place the Bears below the Packers, and I don't think the Colts make the playoffs this year.
    I'm one who feels the Vikings won't have Favre, but will do just fine anyway.
    “What takes a quarterback to the next level is not arm strength or mobility or any of that stuff. It’s the ability to play on critical downs. Manage third downs, or red zones or four-minute or two-minute situations"
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    Re: Power rankings of NFL teams after the 2009 Draft

    "Marrdro" wrote:
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    11th without LD.
    Would only move up a couple of spots with him.
    Hmmmmmmm, makes one wonder now doesn't it.


    Course, when you consider that he has the Colts (Manning lost some coaches) and Giants (Eli isn't any good without a WR that can catch everything thrown to him) that high on wonders about his ranking of the Vikes.

    Still, all in all a fun read.
    exactly what should I be wondering?
    Is ole Lord Dickhead really worth it?
    Hmm... bumping us up a few spots (could be the difference between playoffs and a first round bye) and watching yoru inner struggle between your like for the vikigns and hatred for Favre vs. some of just not liking the guy.

    I'd take Favre.

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    Re: Power rankings of NFL teams after the 2009 Draft

    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    I would place the Bears below the Packers, and I don't think the Colts make the playoffs this year.
    I'm one who feels the Vikings won't have Favre, but will do just fine anyway.
    One of the many reasons why I like you Doc.
    ;D
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    Re: Power rankings of NFL teams after the 2009 Draft

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    I would place the Bears below the Packers, and I don't think the Colts make the playoffs this year.
    I'm one who feels the Vikings won't have Favre, but will do just fine anyway.
    One of the many reasons why I like you Doc.

    ;D
    fine doesn't win superbowls though :P

    We've been doing fine for the past 45 years.

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    Re: Power rankings of NFL teams after the 2009 Draft

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    I would place the Bears below the Packers, and I don't think the Colts make the playoffs this year.
    I'm one who feels the Vikings won't have Favre, but will do just fine anyway.
    One of the many reasons why I like you Doc.

    ;D
    fine doesn't win superbowls though :P

    We've been doing fine for the past 45 years.
    If you could see the future I would agree.

    I can only see the past, but feel that a continuation of improvement over the past three years won't be difficult.

    TJ and Rosenfels are better than Gus. And it won't take much improvement to do just fine.
    And that very well could equate to a superbowl win.

    It's a team sport and I won't sell this team short.
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    Re: Power rankings of NFL teams after the 2009 Draft

    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    I would place the Bears below the Packers, and I don't think the Colts make the playoffs this year.
    I'm one who feels the Vikings won't have Favre, but will do just fine anyway.
    One of the many reasons why I like you Doc.

    ;D
    fine doesn't win superbowls though :P

    We've been doing fine for the past 45 years.
    If you could see the future I would agree.

    I can only see the past, but feel that a continuation of improvement over the past three years won't be difficult.

    TJ and Rosenfels are better than Gus. And it won't take much improvement to do just fine.
    And that very well could equate to a superbowl win.

    It's a team sport and I won't sell this team short.
    Look at it this way.
    What we've done in the past 45 years hasn't worked.
    YOu know the saying "if it ain't broken, don't fix it"? well, our system is broken, we need to do something different.

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    Re: Power rankings of NFL teams after the 2009 Draft

    How these guys come up with the packers and bears being better than us is baffling...

    I know our QB situation was bad, but dang... we still have our core players that will only serve to make us that much better... with or without Jay cutler, i dont see how the bears dramatically improve... it wasnt' their offense but their defense that was the problem last year...

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    I got no prob with it

    They change weekly

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    Re: Power rankings of NFL teams after the 2009 Draft

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    I would place the Bears below the Packers, and I don't think the Colts make the playoffs this year.
    I'm one who feels the Vikings won't have Favre, but will do just fine anyway.
    One of the many reasons why I like you Doc.

    ;D
    fine doesn't win superbowls though :P

    We've been doing fine for the past 45 years.
    Well, not on a consistent basis at least but there is some evidence that you can win with a "fine" guy.


    Bart Starr, Green Bay Packers - SB I
    Bart Starr, Green Bay Packers - SB II
    Joe Namath, New York Jets - SBIII
    Len Dawson, Kansas City Chiefs - SB IV
    Johnny Unitas, Baltimore Colts - SB V
    Roger Staubach, Dallas Cowboys - SB VI
    Bob Griese, Miami Dolphins - SB VII
    Bob Griese, Miami Dolphins - SB VIII
    Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh Steelers - SB IX
    Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh Steelers - SB X
    Ken Stabler, Oakland Raiders - SB XI
    Roger Staubach, Dallas Cowboys - SB XII
    Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh Steelers - SB XIII
    Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh Steelers - SB XIV
    Jim Plunkett, Oakland Raiders - SB XV
    Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers - SB XVI
    Joe Theismann, Washington Redskins - SB XVII
    Jim Plunkett, Los Angeles Raiders - SB XVIII
    Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers - SB XIX
    Jim McMahon, Chicago Bears - SB XX
    Phil Simms, New York Giants - SB XXI
    Doug Williams, Washington Redskins - SB XXII
    Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers - SB XXIII
    Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers - SB XXIV
    Jeff Hostetler, New York Giants - SB XXV
    Mark Rypien, Washington Redskins - SB XXVI
    Troy Aikman, Dallas Cowboys - SB XXVII
    Troy Aikman, Dallas Cowboys - SB XXVIII
    Steve Young, San Francisco 49ers - SB XXIX
    Troy Aikman, Dallas Cowboys - SB XXX
    Brett Favre, Green Bay Packers - SB XXXI
    John Elway, Denver Broncos - SB XXXII
    John Elway, Denver Broncos - SB XXXIII
    Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams - SB XXXIV
    Trent Dilfer, Baltimore Ravens - SB XXXV
    Tom Brady, New England Patriots - SB XXXVI
    Brad Johnson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers - SB XXXVII
    Tom Brady, New England Patriots - SB XXXVIII
    Tom Brady, New England Patriots - SB XXXIX
    Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers - SB XL
    Notice I didn't highlight XLIII
    Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts - SB XLI
    Eli Manning, New York Giants - SB XLII
    Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers - SB XLIII

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