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Posted on: January 25, 2012 10:46 pm
 

Payton Manning...To Dallas

There are a bunch of sportswriters out there guessing where Payton Manning might end up if Indy decides not to pay the man $28 million come this March.
I have seen teams like (Miami, Washington, Jacksonville, NYJ, Arizona, Seattle, and Kansas City). In case it has slipped everyones minds, if Payton doesn't get his wish to stay in Indy, he wants to play for a team that has a chance to make it to the Superbowl within the 2-3 year window he has to work with.
BING!!! The Dallas Cowboys!!! They have a coach that is trying to learn, and let me see...The Dallas Starting WR's...Miles Auston, Laurent Robinson, and Dez Bryant. Starting, and backup RB's...Demarco Murry (a Super Stud for 2012), and Felix Jones. Starting TE...Witten. WOW, an awesome crew, Right!!! 
Dallas trades Romo for a couple of high draftpicks, and uses them to shore up the OL, and uses the rest of their 2012 draft for the defense. I think this is a great place for Manning to start at QB, and end his carreer.
Jerry Jones just made the remark that the only difference between the NYG, and Dallas is Eli Manning being better than Romo. Jerry is keeping quiet on this one, but when the time comes he's gonna go full force for Payton, and then the Brothers can play against eachother twice a year. Jerry Jones and the Boy's fans will be going nuts when this happens.

Category: NFL
Posted on: May 23, 2009 2:07 am
 

This just came out!!!

Mike Vick is trying to get a new LEASH on life.

Category: NFL
Posted on: May 19, 2009 1:26 am
 

Farve sergery then Vikings?

Brett Farve is to have sergery on the torn ligiment in his throwing shoulder. Recovery and reabilitation time is supposed to be 6-8 weeks. The Vikings are well aware of this and are supposedly ready to sign Farve as soon as the sergery is done and the reabilitaition seems to be going in the right direction. WOW!!! I was hoping that Farve would stay at home and just enjoy hunting and fishing. In my mind the Vikings are way better off without Farve. I was a total Farve fan in his days with the Packers when he was in his prime and an exelent QB but at 40 and having a hurting body I don't think he is the Vikings answer.
Adrian Peterson and Chester Taylor better be ready for a lot of work and Farve better be ready to throw the ball 20 or less times a game or the Vikings will be in trouble. Farve's arm just isn't going to last a full season if he throws the ball 30 or more times a game. I can see the interceptions mounting up as I am typing.
The first 5 games on the Vikings schedual won't be to bad if Farve is there but after that if I remember right it's Pittsburg, Baltimore, and the Packers on the road. Farve has a chance of eating a lot of turf in those games and playing the Pack on the road is not going to be a bed of roses. You think the Pack won't be going after him like there's no tomorrow.
I wish the best of luck to Mr. Farve and the Vikings but I think this is a bad move on both of their parts.
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Posted on: May 11, 2009 11:20 pm
 

JETS: Thomas Jones Trade Bait?

Word is out that Thomas Jones has skipped yet another workout session with the NY Jets. Jones also didn't report to a March workout program held by the Jets.
The main problem is he is not happy with the $900,000 he is schedualed to make this comming year. He knows with the $2.8 million he is to get in the final year of his contract comming in 2010 the writing is on the wall that this could be his last year with the Jets without a new contract being worked out this year. 
With the news being out that the Jets are working to get a long term contract worked out with Jones's backup Leon Washington and the fact the Jets signed what they think is their future at RB Shonn Greene...Jones future with the Jets is looking kinda bleak right now.
Thomas Jones had over 1,300 yards last season and to go along with that he had 15 TD's.
The rumors are out that Jones's name has come up in trade talks several times already and that he may not be a member of the Jets for the 2009 season. You would think that 1300 yards and 15 TD's would sucure you a job with most teams but the Jets really like both Washington and Greene.
These are some teams that might be considering Jones as a starter for their team...Remember now I'm talking in my mind these are the teams.
Cleveland - J. Lewis is definately on the downside of his carrer.
New Orleans - McAllister is done and they need a RB to fill his shoes.
Kasas City - Larry Johnson could be gone.
Cincinati - Thomas Jones would be the best RB on their roster if they got him.
Buffalo - Could be wrong on this one but they could give him a shot.
Teams that might want him to make a 2 headed monster in their backfield are.
Pittsburg and Dallas.
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Tags: NY Jets
 
Posted on: May 5, 2009 7:38 pm
 

Vikings want farve...why?

I have been reading some of the things Vikings fans are saying about getting Farve on their team. Most of them seem to think it would be a great thing to add him to the Vikings roster and they will go to the SB in 2009. WOW!!! I don't think so.
Ya see anybody could QB the Viking's in their first 5 games. @ Browns, @ Lions, Home 49er's (possible tough game), Home GB (this could be tough too), and @ Rams. OK if Farve was the QB he could start out 5-0 or maybe 3-2 because he might throw to many Int. against the 9er's and Packers.  
Then there is games 6-7-8. Home Ravens, @ Steelers, @ Packers. WOW...he would get pounded by these teams. The Vikings better hope they can run the ball in these games because the Ravens and Steelers would kill Farve and the Pack at home you know will do everything they can to help this old man to the ground.
Then you can throw in 5 of the last 6 games. Home Bears, @ Arizona, @ Carolina, @ Bears, and Home NYG. WOW the TD's off of Interceptions in these 5 games could set a record. These 5 teams will have a hayday if Farve is the QB.
I figure the Vikings best is 8-8 with Farve as their QB trying to prove he is something that he isn't anymore.
With Sage Rosenfels at QB the Vikings have a way better shot. He is just going to do what works best for the team and if that is running the ball with AP and Chester Taylor then so be it. Throw the ball 18-20 times a game and get a passing TD here and there and win the game and Sage is happy. Can you say that about Farve...NOT.
Vikings with Farve 8-8.
Vikings with Rosenfels at least 10-6 and maybe up to 12-4 at best. Vikings keep what you got and go with it. Leave Farve on the farm at home.

Category: NFL
Posted on: April 20, 2009 8:48 pm
 

Denver trading up: Sanchez

Word is out that Bronco coaches are flying to LA on Tuesday to have a special work out session with former USC QB Sanchez. Denver is really high on this guy. The Bronco's feel that this guy is a top 5 pick and may be willing to make a move to get to between picks 3-5 on draft day.

When the Bronco's made the deal to send Cutler to the Bears they said they were happy with Getting Orton (along with all the draft picks). Everyone was thinking Orton was going to be the starter in Denver and maybe with all the WR's he had he could have a good year. Sounds like maybe the Bronco's aren't so happy with Orton after all.

The Bronco's have the 12th and 18th picks in the first round and could use these to move up in the draft this weekend.

KC's door is being pounded on as I type this. Being at #3, that is a special place to be as far as Denver is concerned. Seattle at #4 says they don't want a QB (Yeah Right) and Cleveland at #5 has had their top QB (Quinn) being rumored in trade talks, so they could be thinking QB too but I doubt it. The new coach in Cleveland is tearing that team apart so you don't know what he might do.  So to be safe Denver would need the #3 slot in the first round to get their man.

I think 99% of the Bronco fans are thinking...keep the picks and use them on the "D" where we need the most help. I also think those same fans are willing to give Orton a shot at becomming a great QB in their system. 

 

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