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    Re:Culpepper is the future

    Culpepper is the future...of the Sacramento Mountain Lions.


    The good news and bad news of Daunte Culpepper's UFL landing
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    VikingMike wrote:
    Culpepper is the future...of the Sacramento Mountain Lions.


    The good news and bad news of Daunte Culpepper's UFL landing
    ...Not being able to land a job anywhere in the NFL, even as a third-stringer, has got to be difficult to accept for Culpepper, who most recently played quarterback for the Detroit Lions. We're talking about a two-time All-Pro, a three-time Pro Bowler and a guy who once graced the cover of Madden...
    ...Signing with Sacramento will reunite Culpepper with Dennis Green, the Mountain Lions' coach and general manager. The two men worked together in Minnesota and enjoyed some of their greatest professional successes together...
    Ok, I find this funny. Two guys that self destructed with overinflated egos are sucking it up for a last gasp effort in the UFL. Good to see they didn't give up. The Sacramento Head-Cases are on the prowl.
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    Culpepper had his baggage, but I have no problem with the guy. None of his issues seemed to be the kind that hurt other people. There are plenty of those guys around the NFL. Daunte seemed like he had some personality flaws, just like everyone else does.

    On the field, he always played hard for the Vikes and was a good QB for them. He was definitely fun to watch.

    The UFL might not be the NFL, but it will be a chance to play football. Nothing wrong with that, especially for a guy that probably doesn't need the check to pay the bills.
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    Culpepper had his baggage, but I have no problem with the guy. None of his issues seemed to be the kind that hurt other people. There are plenty of those guys around the NFL. Daunte seemed like he had some personality flaws, just like everyone else does.

    On the field, he always played hard for the Vikes and was a good QB for them. He was definitely fun to watch.

    The UFL might not be the NFL, but it will be a chance to play football. Nothing wrong with that, especially for a guy that probably doesn't need the check to pay the bills.
    Yes, at least they didn't give up. Culpepper appears to be a rather harmless chap, but, that doesn't take away the fact that his lunacy has forced him into the UFL. There's no way he's worse than every backup and third stringer in the league. Many teams shy away from players that have aggrandized views of themselves when looking for a field general. That is the reason he is floundering in the NFL world, not his skill set.
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    Re:Culpepper is the future

    Prophet wrote:
    Overlord wrote:
    Culpepper had his baggage, but I have no problem with the guy. None of his issues seemed to be the kind that hurt other people. There are plenty of those guys around the NFL. Daunte seemed like he had some personality flaws, just like everyone else does.

    On the field, he always played hard for the Vikes and was a good QB for them. He was definitely fun to watch.

    The UFL might not be the NFL, but it will be a chance to play football. Nothing wrong with that, especially for a guy that probably doesn't need the check to pay the bills.
    Yes, at least they didn't give up. Culpepper appears to be a rather harmless chap, but, that doesn't take away the fact that his lunacy has forced him into the UFL. There's no way he's worse than every backup and third stringer in the league. Many teams shy away from players that have aggrandized views of themselves when looking for a field general. That is the reason he is floundering in the NFL world, not his skill set.
    Probably just trying to get a little something for his agent that has served him so well.

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    tastywaves wrote:
    Prophet wrote:
    Overlord wrote:
    Culpepper had his baggage, but I have no problem with the guy. None of his issues seemed to be the kind that hurt other people. There are plenty of those guys around the NFL. Daunte seemed like he had some personality flaws, just like everyone else does.

    On the field, he always played hard for the Vikes and was a good QB for them. He was definitely fun to watch.

    The UFL might not be the NFL, but it will be a chance to play football. Nothing wrong with that, especially for a guy that probably doesn't need the check to pay the bills.
    Yes, at least they didn't give up. Culpepper appears to be a rather harmless chap, but, that doesn't take away the fact that his lunacy has forced him into the UFL. There's no way he's worse than every backup and third stringer in the league. Many teams shy away from players that have aggrandized views of themselves when looking for a field general. That is the reason he is floundering in the NFL world, not his skill set.
    Probably just trying to get a little something for his agent that has served him so well.
    lol, yes, maybe it's a good idea to get an agent with a bit more of a contrasting personality.
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    HAHA at CulpepperIsTheBest. I bet we will never ever see that username post again. I wonder if they recreated themselves under another name...



    My guess would be


    CulpepperIsTheBest


    CCtheBest


    I have no idea, but you never know.
    CC stood for Cris Carter if I'm not mistaken...

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    Caine wrote:
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    gregair13 wrote:
    You know its the offseason when...

    HAHA at CulpepperIsTheBest. I bet we will never ever see that username post again. I wonder if they recreated themselves under another name...



    My guess would be


    CulpepperIsTheBest


    CCtheBest


    I have no idea, but you never know.
    CC stood for Cris Carter if I'm not mistaken...

    Caine
    Going by some of the posts, I thought it was Canadian Club!
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    Re:Culpepper is the future

    jargomcfargo wrote:
    Caine wrote:
    whackthepack wrote:
    gregair13 wrote:
    You know its the offseason when...

    HAHA at CulpepperIsTheBest. I bet we will never ever see that username post again. I wonder if they recreated themselves under another name...



    My guess would be


    CulpepperIsTheBest


    CCtheBest


    I have no idea, but you never know.
    CC stood for Cris Carter if I'm not mistaken...

    Caine
    Going by some of the posts, I thought it was Canadian Club!
    crown royal ftw.

    but if you're going for cheap stuff, special old > CC

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    Lets start him :P

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