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    Re: I met McKinnie Today!

    "marstc09" wrote:
    You should of told him to grow up.
    McKinnie: Height: 6-8
    Weight: 335
    ChiTownVike:
    Probably less in both categories.

    I think asking for an autograph was probably the better of the two moves.
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    Re: I met McKinnie Today!

    theres no way mac actually works out.i hope we trade him soon
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    Re: I met McKinnie Today!

    "mark" wrote:
    theres no way mac actually works out.i hope we trade him soon
    care to elaborate?

    Who do you suppose we should trade him for?
    Who do you think would want him?


    Do you think there is a magical trade fairy that makes teams give up great players for wannabe's?
    because that's the only thing I'd want to trade him for, is a great player.
    Regardless of what some people here say, McKinney is a better LT in the league.
    LT is a hard position to play, so it will be hard to find a player of equal talent to replace him with.

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    Re: I met McKinnie Today!

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "mark" wrote:
    theres no way mac actually works out.i hope we trade him soon
    care to elaborate?
    x2.

    He's 6'8 343 pounds, and he carries that 343 well, he'd have about twice the volume he currently does if he were 343 of mashed potatoes and cottage cheese.

    He's one of the world's elite athletes.

    Yes you heard me correctly, our slow footed left tackle who can't handle the speed rush is one of the world's elite athletes.

    Around 100,000 boys graduate as high school football players each year.
    9% of them move onto the college level.
    310 of that 9000(9% of 100,000) are invited to the NFL scouting combine.
    I'd guess about 200 of them make the roster of the team who drafted them.
    So we went all the way from 100,000 HS seniors, down to 200 NFL players.
    That is .2% of football players.
    Bryant McKinnie is a better football player than at least 99.8% of his peers.

    To become part of the top .2% of the football population certainly requires working out.

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    Re: I met McKinnie Today!

    "Mr" wrote:
    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "mark" wrote:
    theres no way mac actually works out.i hope we trade him soon
    care to elaborate?
    x2.

    He's 6'8 343 pounds, and he carries that 343 well, he'd have about twice the volume he currently does if he were 343 of mashed potatoes and cottage cheese.

    He's one of the world's elite athletes.

    Yes you heard me correctly, our slow footed left tackle who can't handle the speed rush is one of the world's elite athletes.

    Around 100,000 boys graduate as high school football players each year.
    9% of them move onto the college level.
    310 of that 9000(9% of 100,000) are invited to the NFL scouting combine.
    I'd guess about 200 of them make the roster of the team who drafted them.
    So we went all the way from 100,000 HS seniors, down to 200 NFL players.
    That is .2% of football players.
    Bryant McKinnie is a better football player than at least 99.8% of his peers.

    To become part of the top .2% of the football population certainly requires working out.
    My guess is even more boys graduate from high school who go to college. Out of those, a certain amount of them gravitate towards the medical field. A very small percentage of those studnets one day become proctologists. I guess they would have to be considered elite then even if they are a pain in the ass to those they serve.

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    Re: I met McKinnie Today!

    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    "Mr" wrote:
    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "mark" wrote:
    theres no way mac actually works out.i hope we trade him soon
    care to elaborate?
    x2.

    He's 6'8 343 pounds, and he carries that 343 well, he'd have about twice the volume he currently does if he were 343 of mashed potatoes and cottage cheese.

    He's one of the world's elite athletes.

    Yes you heard me correctly, our slow footed left tackle who can't handle the speed rush is one of the world's elite athletes.

    Around 100,000 boys graduate as high school football players each year.
    9% of them move onto the college level.
    310 of that 9000(9% of 100,000) are invited to the NFL scouting combine.
    I'd guess about 200 of them make the roster of the team who drafted them.
    So we went all the way from 100,000 HS seniors, down to 200 NFL players.
    That is .2% of football players.
    Bryant McKinnie is a better football player than at least 99.8% of his peers.

    To become part of the top .2% of the football population certainly requires working out.
    My guess is even more boys graduate from high school who go to college. Out of those, a certain amount of them gravitate towards the medical field. A very small percentage of those studnets one day become proctologists. I guess they would have to be considered elite then even if they are a pain in the ass to those they serve.
    Nice... all we need now is the classic "Joke-Drum Fill"
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    Re: I met McKinnie Today!

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    You should of told him to grow up.
    McKinnie: Height: 6-8

    Weight: 335
    ChiTownVike:
    Probably less in both categories.

    I think asking for an autograph was probably the better of the two moves.
    Meh. Maybe he could get some money out of it in a sue happy world.
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    Re: I met McKinnie Today!

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    I would have just fought Kellen Winslow.
    With a javelin?

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    Re: I met McKinnie Today!

    "Schutz" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    I would have just fought Kellen Winslow.
    With a javelin?
    no, with the bloody knubs that used to be my arms before Kellen Winslow ripped them off.
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    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    "Mr" wrote:
    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "mark" wrote:
    theres no way mac actually works out.i hope we trade him soon
    care to elaborate?
    x2.

    He's 6'8 343 pounds, and he carries that 343 well, he'd have about twice the volume he currently does if he were 343 of mashed potatoes and cottage cheese.

    He's one of the world's elite athletes.

    Yes you heard me correctly, our slow footed left tackle who can't handle the speed rush is one of the world's elite athletes.

    Around 100,000 boys graduate as high school football players each year.
    9% of them move onto the college level.
    310 of that 9000(9% of 100,000) are invited to the NFL scouting combine.
    I'd guess about 200 of them make the roster of the team who drafted them.
    So we went all the way from 100,000 HS seniors, down to 200 NFL players.
    That is .2% of football players.
    Bryant McKinnie is a better football player than at least 99.8% of his peers.

    To become part of the top .2% of the football population certainly requires working out.
    My guess is even more boys graduate from high school who go to college. Out of those, a certain amount of them gravitate towards the medical field. A very small percentage of those students one day become proctologists. I guess they would have to be considered elite then even if they are a pain in the ass to those they serve.
    I was just talking about high school football players that go on to play at the college level, not high schoolers in general.

    Also, I'm pretty confident there are more than 1700 proctologists in the United States.

    Funny post though

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