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The Saints** aren't just 0-2....

16 September 2012 - 10:46 PM

I just realized that not only are the Saint* 0-2 but the only 0-2 team in the NFC. Which means they are solely in last place in the conference! LMFAO!!!

Hahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!

The Bright Side

09 September 2012 - 06:34 PM

I really liked what I saw out of Dwan Edwards and Cap in the nickle. Norman needs to come around but this was his first game. Olsen is a beast. Murphy is really good. A lot to hate but there were some good to take away. But this isn't preseason...

Nfln Stars Mock Drat

25 April 2012 - 01:18 PM

Anyone watch this on NFL.com?

http://www.nfl.com/d...=HP11_cp#pick=9

Crazy draft process with the NFLN "Stars". They end up with Trent Richardson dropping to 9...

"one Elusive Cat" By John Dudley Via 2005

10 April 2012 - 08:07 PM

Found this great article on Steve Smith back in 2005/2006. After reading this it is hard not to think he will get into the hall of fame.


"On the gridiron this season, no defense has been able to cage Panthers wideout Steve Smith. He led the NFL with 1,563 receiving yards and shared the league lead for receptions (103, tied with Larry Fitzgerald) and receiving touchdowns (12, tied with Marvin Harrison). Since the AFL/NFL merger in 1970, only two other players have captured receiving's "triple crown": Jerry Rice in 1990 and Sterling Sharpe in 1992.

With that performance, Smith has rightly been acknowledged for amassing the fourth-most receiving yards in a playoff game. But only the Cold, Hard Football Facts scratch below the surface. Counting his rushing total, Smith is actually tied for second place all-time for yards from scrimmage in an NFL postseason contest. Only former Minnesota wideout Anthony Carter has had a bigger day. Here's a look at the players who have recorded the most yards from scrimmage in a playoff game:
 
Player (Team)
Season (Opponent)
Att.
Yards
Rec.
Yards
Total
Anthony Carter (Vikings)
'87 (49ers)
1
30
10
227
257
Eric Dickerson (Rams)
'85 (Cowboys)
34
248
1
-4
244
Steve Smith (Panthers)
'05 (Bears)
3
26
12
218
244
Eric Moulds (Bills)
'98 (Dolphins)
0
0
9
240
240
Lamar Smith (Dolphins)
'00 (Colts)
40
209
3
18
227
Reggie Wayne (Colts)
'04 (Broncos)
0
0
10
221
221
Jerry Rice (49ers)
'88 (Bengals)
1
5
11
215
220
 
Smith's postseason heroics have not been limited to 2006, however. He was also a catalyst during Carolina's Super Bowl XXXVIII run two years ago, when he led the team in playoff receptions (18), receiving yards (404) and touchdowns (3, tied with Muhsin Muhammad).
 
It's time to let the cat out of the bag: Smith has dominated the playoffs like no other receiver. Through the first six games of a postseason career, Smith leads all NFL players in both catches and yards. Here is a game-by-game breakdown of the top four:
 
Player
Gm. 1
Gm. 2
Gm. 3
Gm. 4
Gm. 5
Gm. 6
Total
Steve Smith
5-135
6-163
3-26
4-80
10-84
12-218
40-706
Randy Moss
4-73
6-75
5-127
9-188
2-121
2-18
28-602
Anthony Carter
6-79
10-227
7-85
4-102
3-45
4-44
34-582
Michael Irvin
4-83
5-84
6-88
6-86
6-114
9-126
36-581
 
Smith's 22 catches over the last two weeks are the most any player has ever registered in consecutive playoff games. In fact, only two players have ever reached the two-game total of 21, and both of them did so across different seasons. The first is the immortal Rice, who accomplished the feat during San Francisco's mauling of San Diego in Super Bowl XXIX and then in a divisional playoff loss to Green Bay the next season. The other man with 21 receptions over two playoff games will be on the sideline opposite Smith this Sunday: Seattle wideout Darrell Jackson had 12 grabs in last year's wild-card loss to St. Louis and recorded another nine a week ago in the win over Washington.
 
What really sets Smith apart from the competition, though, is the sheer amount of the offense that he generates. Of Carolina's 3,485 passing yards during the regular season, he accounted for a whopping 45 percent of them. In the two games of the postseason, his percentage has risen to a ridiculous 66. Defenses know who will be catching the ball, but they can't catch him."

I hope bleacher/report has some inside information...

12 January 2012 - 10:28 PM

http://m.bleacherrep...d-order/page/34

I just don't see this happening but oh would I be happy if it did!

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