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    Culpepper after the game...

    The picture of Cpep at the end of the game on his knees -- apparently in prayer -- said volumes.
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    Re: Culpepper after the game...

    Yah that was awesome man! Shows what kind of heart he plays with.. This meant alot to him.. Glad to see him happy again!

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    Re: Culpepper after the game...

    where is the picture?

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    Re: Culpepper after the game...

    yaeah i thought he was crying.

























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    Re: Culpepper after the game...

    yah i thought he was crying, either way i'm glad to see him make a comeback, maybe this is a new page in his book and he'll start making comebacks when he has to

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    Re: Culpepper after the game...

    That was great to see. No matter what you say about the guy, you can tell he cares and that he has a lot of heart. We've all (or at least most of us) have been down on him at some point this season, which I am guilty of as well over the last week or so, but this guy is a competitor. He's a tough guy with a lot of class, and hopefully this will put him back on track for the rest of the year.

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    Re: Culpepper after the game...

    Culpepper came out in the second half and played like we know he can. He put it on the line and relied on his talent and trusted his receivers instead of trying to baby everything. If he is ready to play like this all season, the NFC may be in line for a wake up in the great North.

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    Re: Culpepper after the game...

    I liked seeing Pep run actually! That bailed us out alot.. Thank god we got smart enough to incorperate his running ability into the game plan!

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    Re: Culpepper after the game...

    I did'nt get to see it. Anyone know where I can find it?

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    Re: Culpepper after the game...

    Just the other day, I watched a segment on NFL films, discussing crying in football...generally associated with great plays, wins or just in this case with Culpepper, a great comeback win in an obviously emotional and important win

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