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#3140884 Bears benching Cutler, starting Clausen

Posted by TN05 on 17 December 2014 - 07:15 PM

Best of luck to Jimmy. He certainly didn't work out here but maybe he'll be good elsewhere

#3130295 Cam's First Facebook Post Since the Accident

Posted by TN05 on 11 December 2014 - 04:14 PM

Crazy story, and I am glad you are still here with us. Let's be honest with ourselves here though.. you suffered a traumatic, life-changing event, and like most humans since the dawn of time, have turned to religion to try to explain it.


If that's the only way you can cope with it, so be it, but it certainly does not make it real.


Case study on why most religious people don't like atheists.

#3130292 Muhsin Muhammad gets some recognition

Posted by TN05 on 11 December 2014 - 04:13 PM

Muhammad was really good. It's a shame he went to the Bears as I felt the Panthers offense never was the same after he left. He wanted too much money though. Back when Hurney was frugal.


Think about how good our 2005 offense would have been with Moose and Steve, though... Moose led the league in TDs and yards in 2004 and Smith did that as well in 2005. We could have had a juggernaut offense that year.

#3130242 Muhsin Muhammad gets some recognition

Posted by TN05 on 11 December 2014 - 03:24 PM



It's widely agreed that there have been two special rookie classes, when it comes to wide receivers entering the league, since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. The first came in 1988 with a collection that included two Hall of Famers (Michael Irvin and Cris Carter), another player currently up for election (Tim Brown) and one who could've gone to Canton if his career hadn't been cut short by injuries (Sterling Sharpe). The second great class came in 1996. That bunch included four receivers who caught at least 800 passes in their careers (Marvin Harrison, Terrell Owens, Muhsin Muhammad and Keyshawn Johnson) and four others who surpassed the 600-catch mark (Eric Moulds, Amani Toomer, Bobby Engram and Joe Horn).


Link here.

#3130223 Cam's First Facebook Post Since the Accident

Posted by TN05 on 11 December 2014 - 03:00 PM

It's not like religion would spawn terrorists organizations that train harder than anyone on monkey bars.

It's not like atheism spawned nearly all of the most brutal dictatorships of the 20th century.

#3130221 Cam's First Facebook Post Since the Accident

Posted by TN05 on 11 December 2014 - 02:58 PM

it's possible to believe in something irrational and fundamentally arrogant while being a rational, humble person. see: 84% of the earth's population.


 you'll notice i've gone to lengths to explain that a criticism of the belief should not be taken as an indictment of the character of the person believing it; i'd like to hope the reactionaries would read instead of unleashing blind rage. maybe they would be less angry then.

Judging from just the numbers, the vast majority find your view irrational and fundamentally arrogant.

#3129481 Cam's First Facebook Post Since the Accident

Posted by TN05 on 10 December 2014 - 08:55 PM

i'm glad he's ok… it's been a scary couple of days. hopefully this brush with disaster gives him a new perspective and lights a fire under his ass.


that said i can't help but shake my head when people attribute their surviving car crashes to god's protection. more than 3,000 people die in car crashes every day in the u.s…. it seems arrogant to suggest jesus had his hands on your steering wheel but decided to take a smoke break when the other 3,000 careened off a cliff or whatever. oh well, superstitions gonna superstition.

God forbid he post a positive message about forgiving other people and living life to the fullest without people complaining he attributed his luck to God, not luck. I mean seriously, of all the things to complain about...

#3128889 NFL OKs New Conduct Policy

Posted by TN05 on 10 December 2014 - 02:06 PM

This is crap. Players who are not yet proven guilty should be on the field until they are (supposing they indeed are) proven guilty.

But see, innocent until proven guilty isn't how feminism works.

#3128104 NOLA.com berates readers for joking about Cam

Posted by TN05 on 09 December 2014 - 10:47 PM



#3120009 I was wrong when I said special teams were ranked 28th. It's actually 32nd.

Posted by TN05 on 05 December 2014 - 10:40 PM

Ted Ginn Jr: (82) 

Rk Player Team Pos Ret Yds Avg Lng TD 20+ 40+ FC FUM Ret RetY Avg Lng TD 20+ 40+ FC FUM

82 Ted Ginn ARI WR 13 226 17.4 27    0    7     0     0     0    18   195  10.8 71T 1    1     1    18    2


Corey Brown: (53)

Rk Player Team Pos Ret Yds Avg Lng TD 20+ 40+ FC FUM Ret RetY Avg Lng TD 20+ 40+ FC FUM

53 C.Brown CAR WR 12 273 22.8 35    0    9     0     0     0    16   153   9.6 79T  1    2     1     6     3


Looks like Philly is leading Ginn so far this season. Higher yards and average on KO's. Slightly less on PR's. We honestly didn't have much of a dropoff from a purely stats viewpoint.

Any statistical analysis of Philly Brown has to account for that half of his return yards came off that one fluke punt.

#3107298 Ladies and Gentlemen: Your New Starting RT

Posted by TN05 on 28 November 2014 - 01:03 PM


#3106598 Picking 8th vs 21st

Posted by TN05 on 27 November 2014 - 09:40 AM

The draft is a crapshoot. We have a very long history of great first-round picks, regardless of round. I trust our scouts know what they are doing.

#3103716 Ravens@Saints Game Thread

Posted by TN05 on 24 November 2014 - 09:18 PM

We definitely couldn't have used this Steve Smith guy. Such a disruptive locker room presence who is old and washed out.

#3096510 Win..... and you're IN

Posted by TN05 on 18 November 2014 - 10:17 PM

Despite some people here who seem to want the opposite, I'd like to see us make the playoffs. I think a win against Minnesota could really spark this team, and it isn't impossible we could win in New Orleans. Even in 2010 we were able to lose a 16-14 game there. I mean, there are genuine scenarios this division could go to a 6 win team. It's not out of the question.


Will we make the playoffs? Probably not. But I'd like to see us try.

#3095557 Hardy, Kalil, DeAngelo, Stewart, Bell, Charles Johnson: Who will be back next...

Posted by TN05 on 18 November 2014 - 02:03 PM

Kalil's not going anywhere.  Who would you replace him with?

Judging by precedent, we'd either use an UDFA or convert Kony Ealy.

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