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  • gorky
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    Originally posted by ChargersDivison View Post
    I think my 6-0 and miss playoffs threads answers that question. I believe everthing I type with every fiber in my body. Because it's fact. Rarely opinion! Sometimes delayed facts at worst.
    What about your before season predictions for us? What about your predictions of how Merriman would do last year? Dummervil would do? Our defense would do? How Orton would do? How LT would do? How SD would win the SB? How Cro would do? Etc...

    One very very lucky guess and you are a prophet...

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  • gorky
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    Originally posted by ChargersDivison View Post
    Really?? So playing as much as he did on a serious injury 1 year later with tendon injury and the severity of the injury and surgery proves he is mortal??

    Yeah right!! Sorry Mcguire, Bonds and Roman are not even in the same evolutionary branch as Merriman. Even When Merriman came out of college and his rookie year, when 0 chemical influence.

    Why are you fighting a known fact??
    You're in for a world of pain in the future when Merriman doesn't live up to your expectations for him.

    Do your self a little bit of a favor. Look up tendon injuries. And what you will find out, is that because he is somewhat big and strong, his tendon will never heal enough to allow fast. And if he pushes it, it will retear.

    But go ahead and believe that your superman, will save the Bolt universe. Must be nice to live in super hero comic land.

    I'll make a prediction for you. He retires from football in less than 5 years. Medical odds are on my side.

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  • ChargersDivison
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    Originally posted by SLVR and Black View Post
    First, you're an idiot if you truly hold that opinon. Second, and once again, roids made him a rare breed, just like it did to McGuire, Bonds, Romanowski, etc... He's mortal now, he proved that last year and he'll offer up more proof in '10.
    Really?? So playing as much as he did on a serious injury 1 year later with tendon injury and the severity of the injury and surgery proves he is mortal??

    Yeah right!! Sorry Mcguire, Bonds and Roman are not even in the same evolutionary branch as Merriman. Even When Merriman came out of college and his rookie year, when 0 chemical influence.

    Why are you fighting a known fact??

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  • ChargersDivison
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    Originally posted by ERoyal248 View Post
    LOL, thats funny, Nolan didnt help Doom that much, Martindale did and there really close, invited him to the Pro Bowl. Merriman isnt a top 3 defensive player, you must be joking, unless he's back on the roids. I'll take Ware, Allen, Harrison, Troy, Reed, Revis, Woodson, those are just a few off the top i take over Merriman.
    You'll see how much Nolan had to do with it. Not a positional coach. Nolan is the scheme, the philosophy, the game plan. Positional coach is just the technique, the education behind the position, the physical preparation.


    Merriman now is not top 3. But prior to being injured he was.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2822035

    USA today also had a bit.

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  • SLVR and Black
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    Originally posted by ChargersDivison View Post
    Oak drafts fast. Not big, fast, athletic genetic oddities. Not even in terms of football, but just human evolution, Merriman is a rare breed.
    First, you're an idiot if you truly hold that opinon. Second, and once again, roids made him a rare breed, just like it did to McGuire, Bonds, Romanowski, etc... He's mortal now, he proved that last year and he'll offer up more proof in '10.

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  • ERoyal248
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    Originally posted by ChargersDivison View Post
    Sorrry if you think OAK has anyone 6'4 270 plus pounds as fast, athletic and agile as Merriman you are 2 brain cells short of having a brain.


    The fact he played almost every game, shows how far ahead of schedule Merriman was.

    He will be back to form in 2010 as a top 3 defensive player. It's not that my prediction was wrong, just 1 year late. Meanwhile Doom will be back to being Elvis. You know a solid player with little impact. Den fans are about to learn Nolan made Elvis look good and their entire defense.
    LOL, thats funny, Nolan didnt help Doom that much, Martindale did and there really close, invited him to the Pro Bowl. Merriman isnt a top 3 defensive player, you must be joking, unless he's back on the roids. I'll take Ware, Allen, Harrison, Troy, Reed, Revis, Woodson, those are just a few off the top i take over Merriman.

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  • ChargersDivison
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    Originally posted by SLVR and Black View Post
    I absolutely refuse to go down the two rosters, suffice to say that Davis drafts big, strong and fast. The fact that you don't know that speaks volumes about your knowledge of the AFCW.

    And when predictions are late, we call them wrong. Tell you what, I predict that a large asteroid will hit the earth at 20:00 PST tonight. Using your logic, there's no way that I can be wrong.
    Oak drafts fast. Not big, fast, athletic genetic oddities. Not even in terms of football, but just human evolution, Merriman is a rare breed.


    As for the late predictions, mine are only about a year late. Not centuries.

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  • SLVR and Black
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    Originally posted by ChargersDivison View Post
    To take it to another level, it's down right insulting and appalling when anyone has the pure audacity to disagree with me. It's the biggest display of sheer stupidity.
    RaiderJoe1, is that you?

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  • SLVR and Black
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    Originally posted by ChargersDivison View Post
    Sorrry if you think OAK has anyone 6'4 270 plus pounds as fast, athletic and agile as Merriman you are 2 brain cells short of having a brain.


    The fact he played almost every game, shows how far ahead of schedule Merriman was.

    He will be back to form in 2010 as a top 3 defensive player. It's not that my prediction was wrong, just 1 year late. Meanwhile Doom will be back to being Elvis. You know a solid player with little impact. Den fans are about to learn Nolan made Elvis look good and their entire defense.
    I absolutely refuse to go down the two rosters, suffice to say that Davis drafts big, strong and fast. The fact that you don't know that speaks volumes about your knowledge of the AFCW.

    And when predictions are late, we call them wrong. Tell you what, I predict that a large asteroid will hit the earth at 20:00 PST tonight. Using your logic, there's no way that I can be wrong.

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  • Fargo
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    Originally posted by ChargersDivison View Post
    To take it to another level, it's down right insulting and appalling when anyone has the pure audacity to disagree with me. It's the biggest display of sheer stupidity.


    If nobody agrees with you, you're generally wrong.

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  • ChargersDivison
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    To take it to another level, it's down right insulting and appalling when anyone has the pure audacity to disagree with me. It's the biggest display of sheer stupidity.

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  • ChargersDivison
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    Originally posted by gorky View Post
    Do you actually believe the stuff you post? Seriously?
    I think my 6-0 and miss playoffs threads answers that question. I believe everthing I type with every fiber in my body. Because it's fact. Rarely opinion! Sometimes delayed facts at worst.

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  • gorky
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    Originally posted by ChargersDivison View Post
    Sorrry if you think OAK has anyone 6'4 270 plus pounds as fast, athletic and agile as Merriman you are 2 brain cells short of having a brain.


    The fact he played almost every game, shows how far ahead of schedule Merriman was.

    He will be back to form in 2010 as a top 3 defensive player. It's not that my prediction was wrong, just 1 year late. Meanwhile Doom will be back to being Elvis. You know a solid player with little impact. Den fans are about to learn Nolan made Elvis look good and their entire defense.
    Do you actually believe the stuff you post? Seriously?

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  • ChargersDivison
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    Originally posted by SLVR and Black View Post
    The Raider roster is stacked with big, fast, athletic guys. For his size you'd be hard pressed to find someone quicker, faster and more athletic than Robert Gallery. And the only place that Merriman is ahead of schedule is in your head. Were he ahead of schedule, he would have been much more dominant last year. As it is, there's nothing to suggest that he'll ever return to form.
    Sorrry if you think OAK has anyone 6'4 270 plus pounds as fast, athletic and agile as Merriman you are 2 brain cells short of having a brain.


    The fact he played almost every game, shows how far ahead of schedule Merriman was.

    He will be back to form in 2010 as a top 3 defensive player. It's not that my prediction was wrong, just 1 year late. Meanwhile Doom will be back to being Elvis. You know a solid player with little impact. Den fans are about to learn Nolan made Elvis look good and their entire defense.

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  • SLVR and Black
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    Originally posted by ChargersDivison View Post
    There is maybe a handful of players if that as big, fast, agile and athletic as Merriman in the NFL right now. The fact that Merriman played so many snaps from such a injury says he is ahead of schedule.
    The Raider roster is stacked with big, fast, athletic guys. For his size you'd be hard pressed to find someone quicker, faster and more athletic than Robert Gallery. And the only place that Merriman is ahead of schedule is in your head. Were he ahead of schedule, he would have been much more dominant last year. As it is, there's nothing to suggest that he'll ever return to form.

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