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    Re: Garcia announced starter vs. Vikes by Juron.

    "michaelmazid" wrote:
    I much rather have Joey Harrington in there than Garcia. Garcia has more experience and is a better QB. Oh well, the vikes win by 10 instead of 14
    Don't worry, my name is JEff, (what WHAT whAT WhaT who said that) won't be in there for long. He will get leveled trying to be the tough guy he isn't, then they will have to insert Joey.

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    Re: Garcia announced starter vs. Vikes by Juron.

    You know, I may be more of a stickler than most, but get it right in the d@mn subject lines ... we look like Packer fans for crying out loud!! :lol:
    It says JAURON all through the story ...
    I don't care who they have in there honestly. I mean Harrington has had at least two of his best five games in his career against us ... so I don't mind him going away ... besides last time we faced Garcia we dominated him and T.O. with Gus and Randy ... this time is will just be Brad and K-Rob plowing by Garcia and M. "Slower than the average Tight End" Williams

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    Re: Garcia announced starter vs. Vikes by Juron.

    Who cares. Garcia has been lookin awful gimpy lately. Not even fully healthy. Harrington must be really bad.

    He'll probably end up leaving in 2nd or 3rd quarter.

    (I'm not usually this cocky.)
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    Re: Garcia announced starter vs. Vikes by Juron.

    Garcia couldn't win games when he had T.O. going deep...

    It just seems like Garcia is timid or something too. I think of him as a QB who has some talent, but if you lay some wood on him early, you can really get inside his head.

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    Re: Garcia announced starter vs. Vikes by Juron.

    i dont tihnk its going to matter who they start because everyone they have is suckie.
    We're bringing purple back.

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    Re: Garcia announced starter vs. Vikes by Juron.

    Calm down kids, Garcia can beat us. He has great footwork, he's a perennial Pro Bowler who contributes an average of twenty touchdowns annually (versus about twenty-three for your boy Daunte), and when he gets protection he can carve up a defense. He also played - and I know this may seem wild - spectacular football for the Browns. He made plays with a constantly collapsing pocket, and a lot of the picks he threw were balls tipped by his receivers. He makes plays with his legs. But he does have a weakness:

    If we get to him, they lose.

    If we don't, look for Scotty Vines and Marcus Pollard to make some plays against us. Winfield should be fine on Roy Williams, provided Sharper covers the cover 2 gap.


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    Re: Garcia announced starter vs. Vikes by Juron.

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    Calm down kids, Garcia can beat us. He has great footwork, he's a perennial Pro Bowler, and when he gets protection he can carve up a defense. He also played - and I know this may seem wild - spectacular football for the Browns. He made plays with a constantly collapsing pocket, and a lot of the picks he threw were balls tipped by his receivers. He makes plays with his legs. But he does have a weakness:

    If we get to him, they lose.

    If we don't, look for Scotty Vines and Marcus Pollard to make some plays against us. Winfield should be fine on Roy Williams, provided Sharper covers the cover 2 gap.
    I think you meant to say WAS a perennial Pro Bowler. Just because someone was good three years ago does not mean he is good now, maybe if he had a good year last year we should worry.
    His 2003 and 2004 seasons were average at best ... and SPECTACULAR is a little over-doing it. He was ok in Cleveland and I think got a little of a bum wrap, but 10 TDs and 9 Ints in 11 games with only 1731 yards and a 76.7 rating is hardly spectacular ... I do not care who or what you are playing with.
    Hell, I hate me some T.O., but Garcia has NEVER been productive without him ... and even in his good years with that jack @ss had weak YDS/Completion because his arm is weak.
    All this said, you don't take anyone lightly, but to even mention Pro Bowler, spectacular and Jeff Garcia in the same post is about three years over due. Hell ... Harrington had better numbers last year and his supporting cast was about the same ... Hell Harrington has had at least two of his best five games in his career against the Vikes ... I would rather see old man Garcia.

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    Re: Garcia announced starter vs. Vikes by Juron.

    "midgensa" wrote:
    "RandyMoss8404" wrote:
    Calm down kids, Garcia can beat us. He has great footwork, he's a perennial Pro Bowler, and when he gets protection he can carve up a defense. He also played - and I know this may seem wild - spectacular football for the Browns. He made plays with a constantly collapsing pocket, and a lot of the picks he threw were balls tipped by his receivers. He makes plays with his legs. But he does have a weakness:

    If we get to him, they lose.

    If we don't, look for Scotty Vines and Marcus Pollard to make some plays against us. Winfield should be fine on Roy Williams, provided Sharper covers the cover 2 gap.
    I think you meant to say WAS a perennial Pro Bowler. Just because someone was good three years ago does not mean he is good now, maybe if he had a good year last year we should worry.
    His 2003 and 2004 seasons were average at best ... and SPECTACULAR is a little over-doing it. He was ok in Cleveland and I think got a little of a bum wrap, but 10 TDs and 9 Ints in 11 games with only 1731 yards and a 76.7 rating is hardly spectacular ... I do not care who or what you are playing with.
    Hell, I hate me some T.O., but Garcia has NEVER been productive without him ... and even in his good years with that jack @ss had weak YDS/Completion because his arm is weak.
    All this said, you don't take anyone lightly, but to even mention Pro Bowler, spectacular and Jeff Garcia in the same post is about three years over due. Hell ... Harrington had better numbers last year and his supporting cast was about the same ... Hell Harrington has had at least two of his best five games in his career against the Vikes ... I would rather see old man Garcia.
    He was ok in Cleveland and I think got a little of a bum wrap, but 10 TDs and 9 Ints in 11 games with only 1731 yards and a 76.7 rating is hardly spectacular ... I do not care who or what you are playing with.
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    Hrm....Daunte Culpepper, 2005:

    6 TDs, 12 picks, 72.0

    Perennial pro bowler?

    Jeff Garcia's arm is weak, yes. So was Joe Montana's. He's simply a sharp player, but yes, he does admittedly need tools around him. Most quarterbacks do. Ask our former starter.

    Edit: I noticed how you ignored one of the more telling statistics. He averages 21 Touchdowns a season, and that's with less games than say Daunte, and without Randy Moss. That simple. He produces.


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    Re: Garcia announced starter vs. Vikes by Juron.

    Garcia?......"Gracious" Detroit

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    Re: Garcia announced starter vs. Vikes by Juron.

    "RandyMoss8404" wrote:
    "midgensa" wrote:
    "RandyMoss8404" wrote:
    Calm down kids, Garcia can beat us. He has great footwork, he's a perennial Pro Bowler, and when he gets protection he can carve up a defense. He also played - and I know this may seem wild - spectacular football for the Browns. He made plays with a constantly collapsing pocket, and a lot of the picks he threw were balls tipped by his receivers. He makes plays with his legs. But he does have a weakness:

    If we get to him, they lose.

    If we don't, look for Scotty Vines and Marcus Pollard to make some plays against us. Winfield should be fine on Roy Williams, provided Sharper covers the cover 2 gap.
    I think you meant to say WAS a perennial Pro Bowler. Just because someone was good three years ago does not mean he is good now, maybe if he had a good year last year we should worry.
    His 2003 and 2004 seasons were average at best ... and SPECTACULAR is a little over-doing it. He was ok in Cleveland and I think got a little of a bum wrap, but 10 TDs and 9 Ints in 11 games with only 1731 yards and a 76.7 rating is hardly spectacular ... I do not care who or what you are playing with.
    Hell, I hate me some T.O., but Garcia has NEVER been productive without him ... and even in his good years with that jack @ss had weak YDS/Completion because his arm is weak.
    All this said, you don't take anyone lightly, but to even mention Pro Bowler, spectacular and Jeff Garcia in the same post is about three years over due. Hell ... Harrington had better numbers last year and his supporting cast was about the same ... Hell Harrington has had at least two of his best five games in his career against the Vikes ... I would rather see old man Garcia.
    He was ok in Cleveland and I think got a little of a bum wrap, but 10 TDs and 9 Ints in 11 games with only 1731 yards and a 76.7 rating is hardly spectacular ... I do not care who or what you are playing with.
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    Hrm....Daunte Culpepper, 2005:

    6 TDs, 12 picks, 72.0

    Perennial pro bowler?

    Jeff Garcia's arm is weak, yes. So was Joe Montana's. He's simply a sharp player, but yes, he does admittedly need tools around him. Most quarterbacks do. Ask our former starter.

    Edit: I noticed how you ignored one of the more telling statistics. He averages 21 Touchdowns a season, and that's with less games than say Daunte, and without Randy Moss. That simple. He produces.
    When did Daunte get thrown into this?

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