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#15 : March 28, 2007, 01:22:33 PM

1. Sapp
2. Nickerson
3. Brooks
4. Abraham
5. Barber
6. Quarles
7. Rice
8. Kelly
9. Culpepper
10. Dexter

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#16 : March 28, 2007, 01:23:28 PM

Nice list, but I'd leave Hardy at number one.  If there's no Hardy there's no one for Brooks and/or Sapp to learn from...Didn't hurt that he was pretty good either...

Without Carl Nix it feels like our running game just took a death blow to the face!


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#17 : March 28, 2007, 01:23:52 PM

1. Sapp
2. Nickerson
3. Brooks
4. Abraham
5. Barber
6. Quarles
7. Rice
8. Kelly
9. Culpepper
10. Dexter

Dexter before Lynch??? Can you share whatever your smokin?




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#18 : March 28, 2007, 01:24:44 PM

Warren Sapp.


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#19 : March 28, 2007, 01:24:58 PM

Since when Do Alstott, Galloway, Dunn, and Dilfer play on D, Java?

I guess I need to edit that post.   That just goes to show you how well I can read.   :)

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#20 : March 28, 2007, 01:27:19 PM

Too funny! Dilfer was a great tackler!

Remember that game against the Vikings when the got in he fight with John Randle and pretty much humiliated Randle?   You'd think Randle could have kicked Dilfer's butt, but Dilfer won that brawl.   Randle was so damn mad about that, I thought he was gonna go nuts.   Dilfer was such a bad ass.   

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#21 : March 28, 2007, 01:28:56 PM

Since when Do Alstott, Galloway, Dunn, and Dilfer play on D, Java?

I guess I need to edit that post.   That just goes to show you how well I can read.   :)


I would say Dilfer put himself in the position to be a great takler. Except against I think Reggie White in Green Bay. Big Man hurdled Dilfer on his way to a 4th qtr go ahead TD.




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#22 : March 28, 2007, 01:29:59 PM

That wasn't Reggie White, that was somebody else.   But I remember that play.  It sucked.

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#23 : March 28, 2007, 01:31:15 PM

That wasn't Reggie White, that was somebody else. But I remember that play. It sucked.

Yea I wasn't too sure...It may have been that big motha Gilbert Brown. I do think it was a batted ball that was picked off by a D lineman.




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#24 : March 28, 2007, 01:36:04 PM

That wasn't Reggie White, that was somebody else. But I remember that play. It sucked.

Yea I wasn't too sure...It may have been that big motha Gilbert Brown. I do think it was a batted ball that was picked off by a D lineman.

It definitely wasn't Gilbert.   It was some guy who was very good for a couple of years, then disappeared.   He displayed some of the best athleticism I've ever seen in a defensive lineman on that play.   He hurtled over Dilfer and ran extremely fast about 70 yards for a TD.   I'm sure I'll remember his name eventually.

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#25 : March 28, 2007, 01:42:41 PM

Well I can't...but the play seems like yesterday. Freakin' Pack. I love to hate 'em




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#26 : March 28, 2007, 01:53:04 PM

1. Sapp
2. Nickerson
3. Brooks
4. Abraham
5. Barber
6. Quarles
7. Rice
8. Kelly
9. Culpepper
10. Dexter

Dexter before Lynch??? Can you share whatever your smokin?
Big hits=/= great player
Bad coverage=/= good player

John Lynch folks

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#27 : March 28, 2007, 01:57:34 PM

I looked it up on the Packers site.  

"Defensive end Gabe Wilkins promptly came to the rescue with spectacular dispatch, intercepting a Dilfer pass intended for fullback Mike Alstott on first down and, vaulting over the lunging Dilfer on the getaway, rumbling 77 yards for a touchdown. "

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#28 : March 28, 2007, 01:58:56 PM

Big hits=/= great player
Bad coverage=/= good player

John Lynch folks

You are obviously clueless and never even saw Lynch play in his prime.

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#29 : March 28, 2007, 02:01:11 PM

I looked it up on the Packers site.   

"Defensive end Gabe Wilkins promptly came to the rescue with spectacular dispatch, intercepting a Dilfer pass intended for fullback Mike Alstott on first down and, vaulting over the lunging Dilfer on the getaway, rumbling 77 yards for a touchdown. "


There goes my lunch...thanks buddy. 




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