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  • #16
    Originally posted by jcdavey View Post
    excuses excuses

    the bad faction of your fanbase is pretty transparent

    back before LT got his due, it was the same thing from denver fans about how LT is no good , then they finally had to just admit it

    PR i admit is giving you guys an easy excuse not to admit the great play he's putting up, but it'll happen as he keeps dominating, and dominating you guys in particular.

    the good denver fans give him credit where it's due , his fiery attitude aside, and that's respectable of them.
    This post was about the Future HOF QB Brett Favre, it had nothing to do with Rivers, Most people that are not Charger fans dont like Rivers because of the way he acts during a game, there are a lot of QB's who win games and beat rival teams but the fans of those teams still repect the QB's , Rivers will never have that kind of respect because he acts like a fool during games, thats his fault no one elses, he doesent seem to care if people respect him so neither should you, stop hijacking peoples threads to try and spread your ideas on Rivers, make your own thread about that here in this forum or smack talking.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by BaileyTheBest View Post
      I've never particularly liked Brett Favre either, and I'm FROM Mississippi. I'm not really sure why either. He has always just rubbed me the wrong way for some reason. I can't really put my finger on it. He seems like a really cool guy, I just don't like him.
      Because he is the Best QB to ever come out of the state of Mississippi and he didnt play at Mississippi State.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by theshiverman View Post
        Because he is the Best QB to ever come out of the state of Mississippi and he didnt play at Mississippi State.
        Yeah, that's it.

        I liked Jerry Rice who was from Mississippi and didn't go to MSU.

        I love Patrick Willis who went to our archrival Ole Miss.

        I like Southern Miss and go to watch them play every once in a while.

        So yeah, um, try again.


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        • #19
          Originally posted by BaileyTheBest View Post
          Yeah, that's it.

          I liked Jerry Rice who was from Mississippi and didn't go to MSU.

          I love Patrick Willis who went to our archrival Ole Miss.

          I like Southern Miss and go to watch them play every once in a while.

          So yeah, um, try again.
          You left out Walter Payton who played at Jackson State

          whoa, thats a heck of a trio from mississippi

          Favre, Rice, Payton
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          • #20
            other players from the state with a really big river



            Lance Alworth - Member of both the College and Pro Football Hall of Fame
            Archie Manning - One of the greatest QBs in New Orleans Saints history
            L.C. Greenwood - Owns four Super Bowl rings with the Pittsburgh Steelers
            Steve McNair - NFL co-MVP in 2003
            Jackie Slater - Set NFL record for linemen by playing in 259 consecutive games
            Hugh Green - Two-time Pro Bowler with Bucs and Dolphins
            Eric Moulds - Three-time Pro Bowler currently with Texans
            Deuce McAllister - New Orleans Saints all-time leading rusher

            MS was also named biggest football state of America in 2006. for those interested.
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            • #21
              Originally posted by theshiverman View Post
              You left out Walter Payton who played at Jackson State

              whoa, thats a heck of a trio from mississippi

              Favre, Rice, Payton
              Well I wasn't alive when he played but yeah, you could make a hall of fame team from our state.


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              • #22
                Originally posted by Bronco_Armada View Post
                other players from the state with a really big river



                Lance Alworth - Member of both the College and Pro Football Hall of Fame
                Archie Manning - One of the greatest QBs in New Orleans Saints history
                L.C. Greenwood - Owns four Super Bowl rings with the Pittsburgh Steelers
                Steve McNair - NFL co-MVP in 2003
                Jackie Slater - Set NFL record for linemen by playing in 259 consecutive games
                Hugh Green - Two-time Pro Bowler with Bucs and Dolphins
                Eric Moulds - Three-time Pro Bowler currently with Texans
                Deuce McAllister - New Orleans Saints all-time leading rusher

                MS was also named biggest football state of America in 2006. for those interested.
                Yes, we love our football out here. It's pretty much all there is to do in Mississippi!

                Some other stars from here are up and comer Jerious Norwood for the Falcons, Bubba Franks from the Packers, Deshea Townsend from the Steelers, Eli Manning, and one of my personal faves, Fred Smoot!
                Last edited by BaileyTheBest; 01-15-2008, 06:38 PM.


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                • #23
                  Originally posted by BaileyTheBest View Post
                  Bubba Franks
                  People will actually name there kids Bubba?

                  That is just as bad as Boris.





                  Never name your kids Bubba or Boris. They will never love you.
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