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    Re: Favresexual

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    Shankdog = Dallas Clark?


    IDK about that one.
    Clark is essentially another WR and while Shank has been reliable since last year, Dallas has been doing this for years and is much more capable of taking one the distance.
    Dallas Clark in 2009:
    46 catches for 584 yards (12.7/catch) and 3 TDs.
    Visanthe Shiancoe in 2009:
    22 catches for 203 yards (9.2/catch) and 6 TDs.

    Shank isn't asked to run the seam routes - the Vikings have slot receivers for that.
    However, he has become a touchdown producer which is why I believe him to be an equal of Clark's.

    =Z=
    Exactly.
    Thats why I feel Dallas Clark is a bit more valuable overall.
    He can also play the slot and IMO is one of the best receiving TEs in quite some time.
    Shiancoe is a better fit for us but Dallas has a much bigger role and is an essential part of the colts offense.
    The drop off from them losing Clark is much greater than us losing Shiancoe IMO.
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    Re: Favresexual

    "oaklandzoo24" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "oaklandzoo24" wrote:
    Shankdog = Dallas Clark?


    IDK about that one.
    Clark is essentially another WR and while Shank has been reliable since last year, Dallas has been doing this for years and is much more capable of taking one the distance.
    Dallas Clark in 2009:
    46 catches for 584 yards (12.7/catch) and 3 TDs.
    Visanthe Shiancoe in 2009:
    22 catches for 203 yards (9.2/catch) and 6 TDs.

    Shank isn't asked to run the seam routes - the Vikings have slot receivers for that.
    However, he has become a touchdown producer which is why I believe him to be an equal of Clark's.
    Exactly.
    Thats why I feel Dallas Clark is a bit more valuable overall.
    He can also play the slot and IMO is one of the best receiving TEs in quite some time.
    Shiancoe is a better fit for us but Dallas has a much bigger role and is an essential part of the colts offense.
    The drop off from them losing Clark is much greater than us losing Shiancoe IMO.
    With JimmyK and Dugan as the backup TEs, I think the dropoff were Shank to be hurt would be immense.

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    Re: Favresexual

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "oaklandzoo24" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "oaklandzoo24" wrote:
    Shankdog = Dallas Clark?


    IDK about that one.
    Clark is essentially another WR and while Shank has been reliable since last year, Dallas has been doing this for years and is much more capable of taking one the distance.
    Dallas Clark in 2009:
    46 catches for 584 yards (12.7/catch) and 3 TDs.
    Visanthe Shiancoe in 2009:
    22 catches for 203 yards (9.2/catch) and 6 TDs.

    Shank isn't asked to run the seam routes - the Vikings have slot receivers for that.
    However, he has become a touchdown producer which is why I believe him to be an equal of Clark's.
    Exactly.
    Thats why I feel Dallas Clark is a bit more valuable overall.
    He can also play the slot and IMO is one of the best receiving TEs in quite some time.
    Shiancoe is a better fit for us but Dallas has a much bigger role and is an essential part of the colts offense.
    The drop off from them losing Clark is much greater than us losing Shiancoe IMO.
    With JimmyK and Dugan as the backup TEs, I think the dropoff were Shank to be hurt would be immense.

    =Z=
    It would but my point is that Dallas Clark is much more involved in their gameplan than Shiancoe is in ours.
    Granted he is Favres safety valve and a redzone threat but I don't think we work in practice to get him the ball as much as the Colts try to get Clark the ball in space.
    "There are 3 things that sell in America:
    Violence, sex, and drugs.
    The only way you are going to make this game more appealing to the public than it was before is if there are on field orgies at halftime and the domes become massive opium dens."

    [img width=450 height=55]http://img216.imageshac

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    Re: Favresexual

    "oaklandzoo24" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "oaklandzoo24" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "oaklandzoo24" wrote:
    Shankdog = Dallas Clark?


    IDK about that one.
    Clark is essentially another WR and while Shank has been reliable since last year, Dallas has been doing this for years and is much more capable of taking one the distance.
    Dallas Clark in 2009:
    46 catches for 584 yards (12.7/catch) and 3 TDs.
    Visanthe Shiancoe in 2009:
    22 catches for 203 yards (9.2/catch) and 6 TDs.

    Shank isn't asked to run the seam routes - the Vikings have slot receivers for that.
    However, he has become a touchdown producer which is why I believe him to be an equal of Clark's.
    Exactly.
    Thats why I feel Dallas Clark is a bit more valuable overall.
    He can also play the slot and IMO is one of the best receiving TEs in quite some time.
    Shiancoe is a better fit for us but Dallas has a much bigger role and is an essential part of the colts offense.
    The drop off from them losing Clark is much greater than us losing Shiancoe IMO.
    With JimmyK and Dugan as the backup TEs, I think the dropoff were Shank to be hurt would be immense.

    =Z=
    It would but my point is that Dallas Clark is much more involved in their gameplan than Shiancoe is in ours.
    Granted he is Favres safety valve and a redzone threat but I don't think we work in practice to get him the ball as much as the Colts try to get Clark the ball in space.
    Z has a difficult time seperating fantasy from reality.
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    Re: Favresexual

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "oaklandzoo24" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "oaklandzoo24" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    [quote author=oaklandzoo24 link=topic=50157.msg1012606#msg1012606 date=1257185141]
    Shankdog = Dallas Clark?


    IDK about that one.
    Clark is essentially another WR and while Shank has been reliable since last year, Dallas has been doing this for years and is much more capable of taking one the distance.
    Dallas Clark in 2009:
    46 catches for 584 yards (12.7/catch) and 3 TDs.
    Visanthe Shiancoe in 2009:
    22 catches for 203 yards (9.2/catch) and 6 TDs.

    Shank isn't asked to run the seam routes - the Vikings have slot receivers for that.
    However, he has become a touchdown producer which is why I believe him to be an equal of Clark's.
    Exactly.
    Thats why I feel Dallas Clark is a bit more valuable overall.
    He can also play the slot and IMO is one of the best receiving TEs in quite some time.
    Shiancoe is a better fit for us but Dallas has a much bigger role and is an essential part of the colts offense.
    The drop off from them losing Clark is much greater than us losing Shiancoe IMO.
    With JimmyK and Dugan as the backup TEs, I think the dropoff were Shank to be hurt would be immense.
    It would but my point is that Dallas Clark is much more involved in their gameplan than Shiancoe is in ours.
    Granted he is Favres safety valve and a redzone threat but I don't think we work in practice to get him the ball as much as the Colts try to get Clark the ball in space.
    Z has a difficult time seperating fantasy from reality.
    [/quote]

    Not as hard of a time as you have separating taint from dingleberries.

    =Z=

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    Re: Favresexual

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    "oaklandzoo24" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "oaklandzoo24" wrote:
    [quote author=Zeus link=topic=50157.msg1012643#msg1012643 date=1257188180]
    [quote author=oaklandzoo24 link=topic=50157.msg1012606#msg1012606 date=1257185141]
    Shankdog = Dallas Clark?


    IDK about that one.
    Clark is essentially another WR and while Shank has been reliable since last year, Dallas has been doing this for years and is much more capable of taking one the distance.
    Dallas Clark in 2009:
    46 catches for 584 yards (12.7/catch) and 3 TDs.
    Visanthe Shiancoe in 2009:
    22 catches for 203 yards (9.2/catch) and 6 TDs.

    Shank isn't asked to run the seam routes - the Vikings have slot receivers for that.
    However, he has become a touchdown producer which is why I believe him to be an equal of Clark's.
    Exactly.
    Thats why I feel Dallas Clark is a bit more valuable overall.
    He can also play the slot and IMO is one of the best receiving TEs in quite some time.
    Shiancoe is a better fit for us but Dallas has a much bigger role and is an essential part of the colts offense.
    The drop off from them losing Clark is much greater than us losing Shiancoe IMO.
    With JimmyK and Dugan as the backup TEs, I think the dropoff were Shank to be hurt would be immense.
    It would but my point is that Dallas Clark is much more involved in their gameplan than Shiancoe is in ours.
    Granted he is Favres safety valve and a redzone threat but I don't think we work in practice to get him the ball as much as the Colts try to get Clark the ball in space.
    Z has a difficult time seperating fantasy from reality.
    [/quote]

    Not as hard of a time as you have separating taint from dingleberries.

    =Z=
    [/quote]

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    Re: Favresexual

    [size=12pt]Favre Cam Pageviews Peak During Postgame Sex[/size]
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    November 2nd 2009

    NFL.com and FoxSports.com reported more than 8 million unique streams of their "Favre Cam" -- the online video feed of Brett Favre's every move -- during Sunday's Vikings-Packers game. But it was hours after the game ended that Favre Cam got its biggest traffic.

    Fans who kept the feed running after the game ended noticed that the camera kept rolling on Favre even after he left the field, following him into the locker room, the shower, the postgame press conference, the team plane, his car on the ride home, and then eventually into his wife.

    "I didn't expect that kind of access," said Vikings fan Kurt Lehman, who was glued to his computer during the Favre's lovemaking. "People were laughing at this Favre Cam concept when it was first announced. But they're not laughing now. For the first time in history, someone managed to combine two things millions of males love: sports and porn. And I commend NFL.com and FoxSports.com for doing it. It's an amazing achievement."

    Traffic numbers for Favre Cam grew during the game but then dropped off dramatically after action ended. Less than a thousand were still watching when Favre got home and went upstairs. But when the sex began, those numbers multiplied as the original viewers quickly spread the word. Ten minutes later, as Favre finished with a clutch, late-coitus performance that brought his wife to orgasm, some 30 million were watching -- an Internet record for a single video stream.

    Fox Sports CEO David Hill said he was pleased with the traffic numbers.

    "This is all that we could have hoped for and more," he said. "But we're still working out the kinks. Ideally, we want to make it a profitable venture, where the viewer has his or her credit card charged to watch Favre have sex or use the bathroom. We can't give away this kind of stuff for free."

    No matter the future, the production was a milestone for fan access.

    "I've never seen anything like it," said former NFL broadcaster John Madden. "It was so easy to feel like you were there in the room with him. For example, I imagined I was his wife."

    Favre, ever the showman, played to the camera -- pumping his fists or throwing his arms in the air when things were going especially well.

    "He was like a kid in there," said Bears fan Bill Landry. "He made a lot of mistakes, yes. But he had so much enthusiasm. You could tell he really loved what he was doing. And while I'm not a Favre fan, I found myself rooting for him to come."
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    Re: Favresexual

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    [size=12pt]Favre Cam Pageviews Peak During Postgame Sex[/size]
    sportsp.com
    November 2nd 2009

    NFL.com and FoxSports.com reported more than 8 million unique streams of their "Favre Cam" -- the online video feed of Brett Favre's every move -- during Sunday's Vikings-Packers game. But it was hours after the game ended that Favre Cam got its biggest traffic.

    Fans who kept the feed running after the game ended noticed that the camera kept rolling on Favre even after he left the field, following him into the locker room, the shower, the postgame press conference, the team plane, his car on the ride home, and then eventually into his wife.

    "I didn't expect that kind of access," said Vikings fan Kurt Lehman, who was glued to his computer during the Favre's lovemaking. "People were laughing at this Favre Cam concept when it was first announced. But they're not laughing now. For the first time in history, someone managed to combine two things millions of males love: sports and porn. And I commend NFL.com and FoxSports.com for doing it. It's an amazing achievement."

    Traffic numbers for Favre Cam grew during the game but then dropped off dramatically after action ended. Less than a thousand were still watching when Favre got home and went upstairs. But when the sex began, those numbers multiplied as the original viewers quickly spread the word. Ten minutes later, as Favre finished with a clutch, late-coitus performance that brought his wife to orgasm, some 30 million were watching -- an Internet record for a single video stream.

    Fox Sports CEO David Hill said he was pleased with the traffic numbers.

    "This is all that we could have hoped for and more," he said. "But we're still working out the kinks. Ideally, we want to make it a profitable venture, where the viewer has his or her credit card charged to watch Favre have sex or use the bathroom. We can't give away this kind of stuff for free."

    No matter the future, the production was a milestone for fan access.

    "I've never seen anything like it," said former NFL broadcaster John Madden. "It was so easy to feel like you were there in the room with him. For example, I imagined I was his wife."

    Favre, ever the showman, played to the camera -- pumping his fists or throwing his arms in the air when things were going especially well.

    "He was like a kid in there," said Bears fan Bill Landry. "He made a lot of mistakes, yes. But he had so much enthusiasm. You could tell he really loved what he was doing. And while I'm not a Favre fan, I found myself rooting for him to come."
    LMFAO!
    awesome

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    On the other hand, a rumor has surfaced that Favre recently purchased land in Preston, Minn., near Rochester, for deer hunting. That might be an indicator he intends to stay awhile.
    http://www.fannation.com/truth_and_r...ason?eref=sihp

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    Thanks for posting Mars

    I hope its true

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