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Old 03-20-2006   #1
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Nice 11 on the Wonderlic

Not to be too biased I'm a bit pissed that the TE I wanted in the 2nd...Mercedes Lewis scored a whopping 13...


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Grambling's Bruce Eugene had a 41.
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The only way I know Eugene is by his numbers and messages put on the board, but from what I have seen, I would really like to see us give this guy a shot.
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Nice 11 on the Wonderlic

Not to be too biased I'm a bit pissed that the TE I wanted in the 2nd...Mercedes Lewis scored a whopping 13...

I'm sure he's really concerned with what you feel about his Wonderlic score considering he's about to be a millionaire! *lol* @ you!
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Nice 11 on the Wonderlic

Not to be too biased I'm a bit pissed that the TE I wanted in the 2nd...Mercedes Lewis scored a whopping 13...

If you see him at McDonalds, dont remind him of it.......
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I'm sure he's really concerned with what you feel about his Wonderlic score considering he's about to be a millionaire! *lol* @ you!
He's been a millionaire since Mike signed his first contract.
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yep..im pretty sad that Ko Simpson scored a 10. I really dont want him anymore. The FS is a thinking mans position.
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Being a SWAC follower, I has heard a lot about Bruce Eugene before finally getting the opportunity to see him play. The guy is good. I believe that he will do well in the pros, but wonder in what position. He is the biggest dude I've seen that doesn't play on the o-line.

I read the ESPN article and was very impressed with his Wonderlic score.
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Grambling's Bruce Eugene had a 41.
Wonder how low this guy will fall, I would take him in the 6th for a project, he is massive like Culpepper
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Wonder how low this guy will fall, I would take him in the 6th for a project, he is massive like Culpepper
He reminds me of Rohan Davey. A big qb with a cannon for an arm....
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I'm sure he's really concerned with what you feel about his Wonderlic score considering he's about to be a millionaire! *lol* @ you!
I've been telling people that he's not that impressive, a 13 is pretty bad in addition. But really, he could of had millions (plural) instead of just being a millionaire.
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maybe ko simpson's 10 isn't a bad thing, he might drop in value and fall to us at 33, cuz most boards had him goin in the first round

Assuming the texans do their own evaluation of the guy and he proves he's a smarter player than the pitiful 10 he got......
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Marcus Vick won't even be close to a millionaire, especially after paying the lawyers to keep him out of jail
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Marcus Vick won't even be close to a millionaire, especially after paying the lawyers to keep him out of jail
So this was a sarcastic thread. Now I get it. So why do you hate on Marcus Vick so much? Did he steal your favorite pair of roller skates?
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He has talent, yet I can't stand jackasses who piss it all away.

Is it really that hard to say no, and not to pull guns on teenagers?
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