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    Re: Would you like Mike Vanderjagt to be our kicker in 06-07?

    I highly doubt Vandy missed that kick purposely. You can see in his face he messed up and was sorry for it. Why would anyone in a contract season miss a kick like that purposely? That would be just dumb. Everyone misses a kick now and then. Anderson against the Falcons ring a bell? He didn't miss that purposely and it doesn't take away from a great career.

    That being said, I would love Vandy to be a Viking. I like a kicker with attitude. I know he put down Manning and that wasn't a cool thinig to do. I've always stuck up for Manning and think he is the most talented QB in this league. However, after this last game he didn't make the plays when it counted and he went off on his front line. What's different then what Vandy did to him?

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    Re: Would you like Mike Vanderjagt to be our kicker in 06-07

    "jimmymac" wrote:
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    Because he wants out, and because Peyton wants him out.
    I think Payton should practice place kicking in the off-season. Then next year he can be quarterback, coach and field goal kicker. :smile:
    payton is the saints coach. peyton is the colts qb. and ya he should practice kicking lol, save at least 1 mill

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    Re: Would you like Mike Vanderjagt to be our kicker in 06-07?

    "ejmat" wrote:
    I highly doubt Vandy missed that kick purposely. You can see in his face he messed up and was sorry for it. Why would anyone in a contract season miss a kick like that purposely? That would be just dumb. Everyone misses a kick now and then. Anderson against the Falcons ring a bell? He didn't miss that purposely and it doesn't take away from a great career.

    That being said, I would love Vandy to be a Viking. I like a kicker with attitude. I know he put down Manning and that wasn't a cool thinig to do. I've always stuck up for Manning and think he is the most talented QB in this league. However, after this last game he didn't make the plays when it counted and he went off on his front line. What's different then what Vandy did to him?
    You have your theory I have mine..........

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    Re: Would you like Mike Vanderjagt to be our kicker in 06-07

    "ejmat" wrote:
    I highly doubt Vandy missed that kick purposely. You can see in his face he messed up and was sorry for it. Why would anyone in a contract season miss a kick like that purposely? That would be just dumb. Everyone misses a kick now and then. Anderson against the Falcons ring a bell? He didn't miss that purposely and it doesn't take away from a great career.

    That being said, I would love Vandy to be a Viking. I like a kicker with attitude. I know he put down Manning and that wasn't a cool thinig to do. I've always stuck up for Manning and think he is the most talented QB in this league. However, after this last game he didn't make the plays when it counted and he went off on his front line. What's different then what Vandy did to him?
    peyton isnt the most talented qb in league. it has to be brady. look at all his rings. almost a fist full. but peyton is top 5 for sure though

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    Re: Would you like Mike Vanderjagt to be our kicker in 06-07

    "SamDawg84" wrote:
    "ejmat" wrote:
    I highly doubt Vandy missed that kick purposely. You can see in his face he messed up and was sorry for it. Why would anyone in a contract season miss a kick like that purposely? That would be just dumb. Everyone misses a kick now and then. Anderson against the Falcons ring a bell? He didn't miss that purposely and it doesn't take away from a great career.

    That being said, I would love Vandy to be a Viking. I like a kicker with attitude. I know he put down Manning and that wasn't a cool thinig to do. I've always stuck up for Manning and think he is the most talented QB in this league. However, after this last game he didn't make the plays when it counted and he went off on his front line. What's different then what Vandy did to him?
    peyton isnt the most talented qb in league. it has to be brady. look at all his rings. almost a fist full. but peyton is top 5 for sure though
    Brady is up there but your splitting hairs. It's all opinion at that point. Rings don't mean shit. All it means is he had a better team.

    Dan Marino solidified this argument. You can have the most talented QB in the NFL and not win rings.

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    Re: Would you like Mike Vanderjagt to be our kicker in 06-07

    um...

    http://www.iiffl.net/nflnews/ap/news_slug=citadel-2_353743_11&prov=citadel&type=story.html

    Sources: Colts kicker Vanderjagt attempts life

    By CLIFF BRUNT, Associated Press Writer
    January 17, 2006

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Colts kicker Mike Vanderjagt attempted to take his own life yesterday at his Indianapolis home.

    Carmel 911 received a frantic call from Janalyn Vanderjagt at about 4:35 Monday evening. Apparently, Janalyn had just arrived home along with the couples son Jay Michael. Janalyn found her husband Mike attempting to hang himself in the couples bedroom. Janalyn tried to persuade Mike to rethink what he was about to do. Mike repeatedly attempted to kick the chair out from under him but was unsuccessful.

    That's when Janalyn called 911. Police along with fire and rescue were dispatched to the suburban Indianapolis home. Rescue personnel were able to talk Vanderjagt down after about 10 minutes. Vanderjagt remained in an area hospital today in stable condition.

    Colts fans couldn't believe that the normally dependable Vanderjagt missed a 46-yard field goal with 21 seconds left that could have sent the game into overtime. They were equally shocked that the Colts, who started the season with 13 straight wins and had the league's best record, trailed 21-3 heading into the fourth quarter.

    The result was all too familiar, as Indianapolis has qualified for the playoffs the last four seasons but hasn't reached the Super Bowl.

    James Dungy, the 18-year-old son of Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy, was found dead in a Tampa-area apartment last month.

    Dungy said that Vanderjagt did a great job for the Indianapolis Colts, but the bottom line is he came up short -- again.

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    That can't be true...the only believable part is where they say that he couldn't kick the chair out from under him...sorry!
    BANNED OR DEAD...I'LL TAKE EITHER ONE

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    Re: Would you like Mike Vanderjagt to be our kicker in 06-07

    "Thompson3" wrote:
    um...

    http://www.iiffl.net/nflnews/ap/news_slug=citadel-2_353743_11&prov=citadel&type=story.html

    Sources: Colts kicker Vanderjagt attempts life

    By CLIFF BRUNT, Associated Press Writer
    January 17, 2006

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Colts kicker Mike Vanderjagt attempted to take his own life yesterday at his Indianapolis home.

    Carmel 911 received a frantic call from Janalyn Vanderjagt at about 4:35 Monday evening. Apparently, Janalyn had just arrived home along with the couples son Jay Michael. Janalyn found her husband Mike attempting to hang himself in the couples bedroom. Janalyn tried to persuade Mike to rethink what he was about to do. Mike repeatedly attempted to kick the chair out from under him but was unsuccessful.

    That's when Janalyn called 911. Police along with fire and rescue were dispatched to the suburban Indianapolis home. Rescue personnel were able to talk Vanderjagt down after about 10 minutes. Vanderjagt remained in an area hospital today in stable condition.

    Colts fans couldn't believe that the normally dependable Vanderjagt missed a 46-yard field goal with 21 seconds left that could have sent the game into overtime. They were equally shocked that the Colts, who started the season with 13 straight wins and had the league's best record, trailed 21-3 heading into the fourth quarter.

    The result was all too familiar, as Indianapolis has qualified for the playoffs the last four seasons but hasn't reached the Super Bowl.

    James Dungy, the 18-year-old son of Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy, was found dead in a Tampa-area apartment last month.

    Dungy said that Vanderjagt did a great job for the Indianapolis Colts, but the bottom line is he came up short -- again.
    OMG! is that true? That guy is troubled the poor guy!

    DCPologirl:Maybe Randy will make Aaron Brooks look better......roflmao Del Rio: I guarantee he will

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    Re: Would you like Mike Vanderjagt to be our kicker in 06-07

    LMFAO!

    "Um..............."

    That shit is fake.

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    I sure hope you're right Del...... now back to the original question.....

    NO!

    DCPologirl:Maybe Randy will make Aaron Brooks look better......roflmao Del Rio: I guarantee he will

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