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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    None. It's impossible for me to have regrets about a player that wanted to leave, especially since I had no control over the situation regardless of the outcome. No regrets. None.

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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    Nope. None. It's not like I was the one who let him go. Things started to suck for him up here, so he decided to opt out. It was his decision. He's on another team now. I'm moving on - in fact, from now on, I am never again posting in a Culpepper-related thread. Ever. This is over with. Done! Finito! Estamos terminados! Ich bin, um...done...enbergen...schteufen...fritzel...


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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    No, no regrets here either.....

    Can't feel bad about potential with no, em..........................backbone.


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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    i never did like him

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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    No regrets at all. I loved Daunte when he was our starter, but times and circumstances changed. No regrets.

    Del is right though, the way Tice stroked DC's ego did more damage than good. I honestly hope Saban straightens him out a little.
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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    No regrets here.. He didn't want to be here anymore, he always whined every time a word came out of his mouth. We don't need people like that on this team, especially when he is the so called " Team Leader".. Brad Johnson IMO, is a 10x's better QB then Pepp can ever dream to be. I don't ever see Pepp having the class that BJ has, and I NEVER see Pepp winning a SB..

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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    "VikesfaninWis" wrote:
    No regrets here.. He didn't want to be here anymore, he always whined every time a word came out of his mouth. We don't need people like that on this team, especially when he is the so called " Team Leader".. Brad Johnson IMO, is a 10x's better QB then Pepp can ever dream to be. I don't ever see Pepp having the class that BJ has, and I NEVER see Pepp winning a SB..
    Somehow, I find it difficult to concentrate on the writings of a smoking and winking Colonel Sanders. I think I agree with what you're saying though....mmmmmmm, greasy chicken....

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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    I have nothing to regret, I didn't make the decision!

    It was never in our control as fans.

    I am with singersp, someone or something changed his mind real fast.

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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    I have no regrets. I hope he does well except against the Vikes, but he was not the right person for the teams new approach. He was unhappy and would have been a distraction as long as he stayed.

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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    My first thought when Culpepper was traded...."Yes, finally, let's move on"

    My second thought when Culpepper was traded...."Oh Crap, Now BJ is my QB on Madden!" (I like to Scramble)
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