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Old 05-24-2005   #21
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Yeah, that game was rough because I felt we should've won. That was one of those games where Carr really showed he could do something too.
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Old 05-24-2005   #22
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Peek ( terrorizing steve Mcnair last season) I think it was the first game

AJ (makeing that circus catch i can't remember the game but i do remember the catch)

D Rob (for mouthing off back and forth with Keyshawn Johnson i was so proud lol)

Allen Our former back up RB ( for quiting football to rap LoL) :brickwall

I think Kenny Wright (for becomeing jermey Shockys first poster)
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Speaking of sharper how about when he got misused by Steve Mcnair in the open field last season and it was a third and long
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Speaking of sharper how about when he got misused by Steve Mcnair in the open field last season and it was a third and long
Or when Brett Favre's pump fake almost torked his spine he got juked so bad.
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Yep, I loved that play...

yeah chad put a nice lil juke move on a defender, it was funny. We need more trick plays like that !
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coleman -steelers interception
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shouldnt it be glenn he had 3, and 2 for tds.
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I can't recall who the opponent was, but don't forget Gaffney starting his endzone celebration 1/2 yard too early.
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Wasn't Payne the one with the game clinching safety against the other Texas team
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AJ-Minesota and Cheifs
Dunta-Oakland and Denver (didnt give up, and his hit)
Simmons-Oakland and Titans (when he hit Chris Brown)
Peek-Titans the second time when he got the sack and did some other stuff to help soldify the game.
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Dunte... his hit on that Bronco (someone had the video on that)
Dre... that acrobatic falling on his back catch against the Vikes (I believe)
Babin.. his open field tackle on LT in the flat
Glenn.. Pittsburgh game.
Robinson.. I believe was the Pitt game also where he ran the INT back 102 yards.

Walker.. Dallas game sacking Quincy and flexing his muscles.
Bradford.. well Dallas game.
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Dunte... his hit on that Bronco (someone had the video on that)
Dre... that acrobatic falling on his back catch against the Vikes (I believe)
Babin.. his open field tackle on LT in the flat
Glenn.. Pittsburgh game.
Robinson.. I believe was the Pitt game also where he ran the INT back 102 yards.

Walker.. Dallas game sacking Quincy and flexing his muscles.
Bradford.. well Dallas game.
That was Coleman against the Chiefs for the 102 yarder/TD. It was a pretty huge play considering the Chiefs had all the momentum already and were about to go up by 14.

Let me think...what can I add here that no one has done yet...

Here's an image of Dre. Can't remember if he made the catch or not, but it's pretty funny looking.

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Just remembered!!!!!!

Chad Stanley vs. Jags (battle red day) ledzepplin knows why...
I wish I still had that as my avatar..changed it when I got all angry about the Finley call. I'll change it back if I can find it somewhere.

(Edit) Found it in the recesses of my laptop. Before I found it in a folder, I tried googling it. One thing I found sort of interesting (in a way that could make me hate football) is some mathmatical approach to the decision to go for the fake field goal. If you want to keep football and math formulas forever seperated, do not click this link!

http://www.footballcommentary.com/analysis2004week8.htm (it's at the top of the page)
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not really during a game (one of the open practices in training camp 2003), but when moses did that sweet ballspin after a fair catch in PRACTICE. man, he showed the league that breakaway speed then.

seriously, i liked babin's open field tackle on LT last year.

or the entire D stepping up against tenn. at home last year (battle red 2) when we fell down 21-0 and then came back and won.
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Marlon Mcree's like 99 yard interception return for a touchdown in 03 i think it was wither the titans or the patriots.

Marcus Coleman 102 yd INT return to take the lead over the cheifs.

Peek - Taking down Trent Green to seal the win at KC.

Dre - game one against SD 04 when the Chargers Corner Hit him late and he pulled him down by the face mask and there was no call.

Billy - TD #1

Domanick Davis - Miami Game of '03 subbed in for a useless stacey mack and had a 10 yard run after being hit 3 yards into it to get a crucial first down.

Robaire - This year game one ofagainst Jacksonville when he took out leftwich.

D Rob & Faggins - Oakland Game of 04 where they each took a Collins pass back for a TD.

Kris brown - Winning Field Goal against Miami

Sharper - Oakland game with the trifecta.

Derrick Armstrong - Vikings game with 2 unbelievable catches.

Jabar Gaffney - the out route I forget who we were playin Tenn? NYJ?

Carr 1st game he thru a 50 yard bomb to a wide open Jermaine lewis and it went through his hands. the ball was completely on the money.
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Faggins shutting down Marvin Harrison against the Colts.
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Carr 1st game he thru a 50 yard bomb to a wide open Jermaine lewis and it went through his hands. the ball was completely on the money.
You know many people (including me) hate that he missed that pass but I think now it was a blessing in disguise. If he catches it, our young team could've gotten a little too relaxed and ended up losing the game, and/or many of us would still be thinking Jermaine Lewis was this big time receiver.

So maybe it was worth him to not catch it.
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