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    Re: Bring back Culpepper?

    "JDogg926" wrote:
    I'm sitting here in a Culpepper jersey, and I say we stay with Tarvaris Jackson.
    Was he Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, or Donovan McNabb??? Of course not, but I think he showed a lot of improvement and if we stick with him with another off-season under his belt with the same O-line, and some of the same playmakers, I think it will pay off this year.


    When you say bring Culpepper, it's easy to see Culpepper and picture the 03 and 04 days, but that was a long time ago.
    Especially in football years.
    I was a Culpepper fan, even with the way he left.
    Say what you want about the guy, but he OWNED the Packers.


    Anyhow, I don't see the 2009 Daunte Culpepper as an improvement over the 2009 Tarvaris Jackson.
    Every year people are saying "just stick with him one more year". There isn't time for that when we have a lot of vets (birk, sharper, sauce, pat etc.) that are getting very close to the ends of their careers.

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    Re: Bring back Culpepper?

    I just cannot see how C-Pep would not be an upgrade of T-Jack at this point. He WAS great before ... he has not been even good for four years now.

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    Re: Bring back Culpepper?

    "Big" wrote:
    Since Gus is most probably not coming back, should we sign Culpepper to be our backup and compete for the starting job with TJ? This is of course assuming we can't land a franchise QB though Free Agency.

    He seemed to be in great physical shape, still has the fire to play, relatively low mileage, still throws a beautiful deep ball, accurate and has always succeeded in a system with a strong TE. The Dolphins, Raiders and Lions teams he played for over the last few years were all a mess with uncertain agendas which probably hid his potential.

    I think that if he works through the offseason program, he has a pretty good chance of beating out TJ for the starting job.
    But would struggle with the recognition/reads associated with the routes in the WCO or are you recommending that we adjust the scheme for one player like someone wants us to do on the defense?
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    Re: Bring back Culpepper?

    I was waiting for the punch line somewhere.

    Apparently it wasn't a joke.

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    Re: Bring back Culpepper?

    Umm do you guys not remember history? Seriously do you remember how he left?

    1. Chilly booted him. They did not see eye to eye.
    2. If he wasn't money hungry he would still be our QB.

    Fuck him!

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    Re: Bring back Culpepper?

    "Big" wrote:
    Since Gus is most probably not coming back, should we sign Culpepper to be our backup and compete for the starting job with TJ?

    [size=72pt]LMFAO![/size]

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    Re: Bring back Culpepper?

    "marstc09" wrote:
    Umm do you guys not remember history? Seriously do you remember how he left?

    1. Chilly booted him. They did not see eye to eye.
    2. If he wasn't money hungry he would still be our QB.

    Fuck him!
    The only way he could still be our QB is if we hadn't let Linehan go. As far as I'm concerned the man is a genius, anyone who can help Culpepper look that good is a true QB Guru (not like ours).

    Now that I think of it, Linehans offense, or something of that nature, is what we need for TJ. It is simplified for the QB but it just seemed so wide open compared to our simplified offense.

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    Re: Bring back Culpepper?

    I would not be opposed to it if he came cheap and got along with Brad

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    Re: Bring back Culpepper?

    "jessejames09" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    Umm do you guys not remember history? Seriously do you remember how he left?

    1. Chilly booted him. They did not see eye to eye.
    2. If he wasn't money hungry he would still be our QB.

    Fuck him!
    The only way he could still be our QB is if we hadn't let Linehan go. As far as I'm concerned the man is a genius, anyone who can help Culpepper look that good is a true QB Guru (not like ours).

    Now that I think of it, Linehans offense, or something of that nature, is what we need for TJ. It is simplified for the QB but it just seemed so wide open compared to our simplified offense.
    He is a better OC than a coach. I wish we would offer him the position.

    Report: 49ers offer Scott Linehan coordinator job

    http://www.sportingnews.com/yourturn/viewtopic.php?t=507737

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    Re: Bring back Culpepper?

    "marstc09" wrote:
    "jessejames09" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    Umm do you guys not remember history? Seriously do you remember how he left?

    1. Chilly booted him. They did not see eye to eye.
    2. If he wasn't money hungry he would still be our QB.

    Fuck him!
    The only way he could still be our QB is if we hadn't let Linehan go. As far as I'm concerned the man is a genius, anyone who can help Culpepper look that good is a true QB Guru (not like ours).

    Now that I think of it, Linehans offense, or something of that nature, is what we need for TJ. It is simplified for the QB but it just seemed so wide open compared to our simplified offense.
    He is a better OC than a coach. I wish we would offer him the position.

    Report: 49ers offer Scott Linehan coordinator job

    http://www.sportingnews.com/yourturn/viewtopic.php?t=507737
    Didn't Linehan also do a good job with Gus in Miami considering what he had to work with?

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