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Diogi

Jake's best game this year!

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70% competions, no ints, great ball placement, and as always...no quit in him.

Just thought I'd mention it since no one else has.

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I think Jake has more than 70% competions as an NFL player. Or are you calculating his time as a backup in Nawlins too?

I just love fans who have to wait for the stats to get published before they know if a player had a good game or not.

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I think Jake has more than 70% competions as an NFL player. Or are you calculating his time as a backup in Nawlins too?

I just love fans who have to wait for the stats to get published before they know if a player had a good game or not.

What? hahahaha....

Not sure what you mean/what you are talking about.

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What? hahahaha....

Not sure what you mean/what you are talking about.

Since Jake has been a Panther I calculate that he has competed in more than 70% of the team's matchups.

It was not meant to be taken that seriously though as it was an obvious play on the stat lovers original typo.

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Sorry about the typo...should have checked before sending. However, I am not at all a stat lover. I'm on this board every day. I don't always log in, and I very rarely post, but I certainly know who the Jake haters are.

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That's the kind of game we need from Jake. If he continues to play like this, our chances at a Superbowl are really good, IMO.

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It just goes to show what he will do in the playoffs. He doesnt have one of the highest QB ratings in the playoffs for nothing. I knew if we made it to the playoffs, we would be dangerous.

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