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    Quote Originally Posted by MoFo_JoRo
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    And what proof do you have of this?



    This was a very stupid post
    Easy now, guys.

    No need to snip.
    Quote Originally Posted by boltzpride619 View Post
    What's so funny is seeing all this mess that the Donks and the fans have placed on themselves. Can you say Raiders.

    Quote Originally Posted by RunByDesign View Post
    True comedy is observing the Self Imploding Organization that is the Raiders and then asking yourself this question:

    What separates them (Raiders) from us (Chargers)

    Answer: Championships.

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    The DE's will battle it out for 2-3 spots.
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    I wonder where Anton Palepoi is gonna fit into all this?

    If we keep alot of these bodies, we're gonna have some serious defensive packages that we can throw at teams.
    Quote Originally Posted by boltzpride619 View Post
    What's so funny is seeing all this mess that the Donks and the fans have placed on themselves. Can you say Raiders.

    Quote Originally Posted by RunByDesign View Post
    True comedy is observing the Self Imploding Organization that is the Raiders and then asking yourself this question:

    What separates them (Raiders) from us (Chargers)

    Answer: Championships.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RunByDesign
    I wonder where Anton Palepoi is gonna fit into all this?

    If we keep alot of these bodies, we're gonna have some serious defensive packages that we can throw at teams.
    After last year, I would be happy with a first team (2 DE and 2 DT) of quality players that stayed healthy.

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    Tc

    Quote Originally Posted by topscribe
    There is a certain Cameron Spikes that just might have something to say about that.

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    ....and don't count out Tyson Clabo's 6'6"-315 frame...I like that kid...

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    Here's my final roster.....and those missing may end up on the PS, IR, or doghouse.....

    High School Hometown How Acq.
    45 Alexander, Roc CB 5' 10" 190 09/23/81 R Washington Colorado Springs, Colo. CFA-04
    82 Alexander, Stephen TE 6' 4" 250 11/07/75 8th Oklahoma Chickasha, Okla. UFA (Det)-'05
    38 Anderson, Mike RB 6' 0" 230 09/21/73 5th Utah Winnsboro, S.C. D6-'00
    24 Bailey, Champ CB 6' 0" 192 06/22/78 6th Georgia Folkston, Ga. T (Was)-'04
    26 Bell, Tatum RB 5' 11" 213 03/02/81 R Oklahoma State Dallas, Texas D2a-'04
    42 Brandon, Sam S 6' 2" 200 07/05/79 3rd UNLV Riverside, Calif. D4-'02
    98 Brown, Courtney DE 6' 4" 285 02/14/78 6th Penn State Alvin, S.C. FA-'05
    51 Burns, Keith LB 6' 2" 235 05/16/72 12th Oklahoma State Alexandria, Va. UFA (TB)-'05
    65 Carlisle, Cooper G/T 6' 5" 295 08/11/77 5th Florida McComb, Miss. D4b-'00
    55 Chukwurah, Patrick LB 6' 1" 250 03/01/79 4th Wyoming Irving, Texas FA-'04
    70 Clabo, Tyson G 6' 6" 314 10/17/81 R Wake Forest Knoxville, Tenn CFA-'04
    67 Clement, Anthony T 6' 8" 320 04/10/76 8th Louisiana-Lafayette Cecilia, La. FA-'05
    33 Dayne, Ron RB 5' 10" 245 03/14/78 6th Wisconsin Berlin, N.J. UFA (NYG)-'05
    91 Ekuban, Ebenezer DE 6' 3" 275 05/29/76 7th North Carolina Bowie, Md. T (Cle)-'05
    1 Elam, Jason K 5' 11" 200 03/08/70 12th Hawaii Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. D3b-'93
    Engelberger, John DE 6' 4" 268 10/18/76 6th Virginia Tech Springfield, Va. T (SF)-'05
    68 Fatafehi, Mario DT 6' 2" 300 01/27/79 4th Kansas State Honolulu, Hawaii FA-03
    25 Ferguson, Nick S 5' 11" 201 11/27/74 5th Georgia Tech Miami, Fla. FA-03
    72 Foster, George T 6' 5" 338 06/09/80 2nd Georgia Macon, Ga. D1-03
    22 Foxworth, Domonique CB 5' 10" 180 03/27/83 R Maryland Catonsville, Md. D3b-'05
    52 Gold, Ian LB 6' 0" 223 08/23/78 6th Michigan Belleville, Mich. FA-'05/ D2a-'00
    74 Green, Cornell T 6' 6" 315 08/25/76 5th Central Florida St. Petersburg, Fla. UFA(TB)-'04
    21 Griffin, Quentin RB 5' 7" 195 01/12/81 2nd Oklahoma Houston, Texas D4a-'03
    50 Hamilton, Ben G/C 6' 4" 283 08/18/77 4th Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. D4a-'01
    86 Hape, Patrick FB/TE 6' 4" 262 06/06/74 8th Alabama Killen, Ala. UFA(TB)-'01
    71 Hunt, Aaron DE 6' 2" 265 06/19/80 1st Texas Tech Denison, Texas FA-'05
    89 Jackson, Nate TE 6' 3" 235 06/04/79 2nd Menlo San Jose, Calif. T (S.F.)-'03
    39 Johnson, Kyle FB 6' 0" 242 12/15/78 2nd Syracuse Woodbridge, N.J. FA-'03
    13 Kanell, Danny QB 6' 3" 218 11/21/73 7th Florida State Fort Lauderdale, Fla. FA-03
    31 LeSueur, Jeremy S 6' 0" 204 10/05/80 R Michigan Holly Springs, Miss. D3-04
    85 Lelie, Ashley WR 6' 3" 200 02/16/80 3rd Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii D1-02
    78 Lepsis, Matt T 6' 4" 290 01/13/74 8th Colorado Conroe, Texas CFA-'97
    47 Lynch, John S 6' 2" 220 09/25/71 12th Stanford Del Mar, Calif. FA-'04
    8 Mauck, Matt QB 6' 1" 213 02/12/79 R Louisiana State Jasper, Ind. D7-04
    76 Myers, Michael DT 6' 2" 300 01/20/76 8th Alabama Vicksburg, Miss. T (Cle)-'05
    62 Myers, Chris G 6' 4" 300 09/15/81 R Miami Miami, Fla. D6-'05
    66 Nalen, Tom C 6' 3" 286 05/13/71 11th Boston College Foxboro, Mass. D7c-94
    95 Palepoi, Anton DE 6' 3" 283 01/19/78 3rd UNLV Salt Lake City, Utah FA-'04
    41 Paymah, Karl CB 5' 11" 204 11/29/82 R Washington State Culver City, Calif. D3a-'05
    16 Plummer, Jake QB 6' 2" 212 12/19/74 8th Arizona St. Boise, Idaho UFA(Ari)-03
    93 Pryce, Trevor DE 6' 5" 286 08/03/75 8th Clemson Winter Park, Fla. D1-'97
    88 Putzier, Jeb TE 6' 4" 256 01/20/79 3rd Boise State Eagle, Idaho D6-02
    19 Rice, Jerry WR 6' 2" 200 10/13/62 21st Mississippi Valley State Crawford, Miss. FA-'05
    37 Sapp, Cecil RB 5' 11" 229 12/23/78 2nd Colorado State Miami, Fla. CFA-'03
    10 Sauerbrun, Todd P 5' 10" 215 01/04/73 11th West Virginia East Setauket, N.Y. T (Car)-'05
    79 Sewell, Josh C 6' 2" 288 07/26/81 R Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. D6-04
    80 Smith, Rod WR 6' 0" 200 05/15/70 12th Missouri Southern Texarkana, Ark. CFA-94
    73 Spikes, Cameron G 6' 4" 313 11/06/76 7th Texas A&M Madisonville, TX UFA (Ari.)-'05
    35 Walls, Lenny CB 6' 4" 195 09/26/79 3rd Boston College San Francisco, Calif. CFA-02
    61 Warren, Gerard DT 6' 4" 325 07/25/78 5th Florida Lake Butler, Fla. T (Cle) -'05
    17 Watts, Darius WR 6' 2" 190 12/19/81 R Marshall College Park, Ga. D2b-'04
    55 Williams, D.J. LB 6' 1" 242 07/20/82 R Miami Concord, Calif. D1-'04
    27 Williams, Darrent CB 5' 8" 188 09/27/82 R Oklahoma State Fort Worth, Texas D2-'05
    56 Wilson, Al LB 6' 0" 240 06/21/77 6th Tennessee Jackson, Tenn. D1-99
    "It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate,
    tireless minority keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of
    men."

    -- Samuel Adams

    Jacks RULE!!!!!!

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    Smile Yes . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Luminous
    ....and don't count out Tyson Clabo's 6'6"-315 frame...I like that kid...
    I do, too. Either his frame or Spikes' 6'4" 313# frame . . . . if one turns out to be particularly good, we will have a lot of beef there beside that monster Foster, won't we?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReleaseTheBeast7
    He only got in trouble for drugs once.

    It's not like every other player in the NFL doesn't do drugs. Everyone does it(Except for a selected few), it's just a matter of covering it up.
    Correct me if I am wrong but I believe that you don't get a 3 or 4 game suspension for testing positive on your first offense. I think it was his third positive test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReleaseTheBeast7
    He only got in trouble for drugs once.

    It's not like every other player in the NFL doesn't do drugs. Everyone does it(Except for a selected few), it's just a matter of covering it up.
    Smart players stay away from all drugs except those given or prescribed by doctors.

    They make their living with their bodies, if you put something in that causes you problems or is a banned substance they get fined and suspended.

    It will bit him big time and anyone else that is stupid. The one old advertising slogan pay me now or pay me alot more later applies. What you put into your body that should not be, sooner or later causes a problem, but it always is a problem.

    BTW drug policy for him next time is year off. Think he is stupid? Time will tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by West
    Yes that will be a close battle but Mike not only has to worry about injuries, we have to worry about the marijuana.
    How long ago was that? Either throw him out of the game when it happens, or leave it in the past.

    But if we don't hear any more about it, he should not hear from us anymore about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReleaseTheBeast7
    He only got in trouble for drugs once.

    It's not like every other player in the NFL doesn't do drugs. Everyone does it(Except for a selected few), it's just a matter of covering it up.
    His real problem is that he didn't just get an "Original Whizzinator" like Onterrio Smith!


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    whizzinator

    But WAIT, There's MORE!!!! Operators are standing by!!!!
    Order now, and you get a set of Ginsu Knives!
    The Whizzinator, by Ronco

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    if i do remember correctly we garunteed cooper the starting spot
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    [SIZE=1]thanx to TMHG[/SIZE]
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    Atwater makes the hit
    Woodson makes the pick
    Lott takes it back[/COLOR][/SIZE]

    All for respect this is how the game should be played

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    I think some are under-estimating a few on our squad. And thats typical when it's a first year guy battling it out. Most of us don't know much about them, so we don't expect to see much. That being said, here are a couple of sleeper battles.

    Stephen Alexander
    vs.
    Jeb Putzier

    Jeb will start, but wouldn't be suprised if Alexander replaces him by midseason. Jeb has problems blocking while Alexander is almost just as fast, blocks better, and is just as good as a receiver.

    Maurice Clarrett
    vs.
    Tatum Bell & Mike Anderson

    Bell is gonna be our starter come week one, I have no doubts about that. But I'm looking at the #2 spot. I think Clarrett has a good to great chance of taking that spot. I think he's being totally underrated, and he's always been golden on the gridiron, no matter what Ohioans think of him. He is still a stud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RunByDesign
    OK,

    Believe it or not, I think RB should be one heck of a battle, between Tater and Mike Anderson. Mike had the starting spot all but locked up last preseason and then..well, you know.

    I expect Tater to shine and win the spot, ultimately.

    At third WR, I really can't see it being much of a battle. Rice is too slow and cannot get seperation anymore.

    Watts easily, in this one.

    I believe Carlisle should have the inside track at RG.

    As for the Nickle Back position, I think Foxworth is going to turn some heads and probably be a regular at that spot.
    I agree w/you about TBell over MA, and Watts over Rice (though I think JR will contribute some big catches throughout the year). Yes, Carlisle has the inside track at RG, b/c Shanahan values experience. That's what surprised me about you picking Foxworth at the nickel. It's Roc's position to lose b/c he saw some playing time last year and knows the system.

    Also, I'm w/you on Browner at safety. I just get the feeling that the kid's going to be too good to keep off the field. At 6'3" and 220 lbs. and having played CB in college, he'll shut down some of these TEs and big slot WRs.

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