Pac is being held out of tomorrow's game

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  1. GLinks

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    Oh, and I'm serious about the Cortland Finnegan question.

    And another potential bizzare scenario: If Hill is on the downslide, what if Finnegan and Woolfolk start the game tomorrow? Sounds like a law firm if you ask me.

    By the way, to belabour the point, I'd say Pacman has overcome the hood, it's his anger issues that he has trouble controlling, and money doesn't make that go away.

    That's like saying Koren Robinson should have been able to overcome alcoholism just because he's a millionaire, too.
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  2. GLinks

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    Okay. I'll acquiesce. Peace.:yes:
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  3. Gunny

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    Finnegan this years Hill?

    Finneganism?

    Anywho no way they drop Hill from starting now that Pacman isn't playing.
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  4. BAMARON

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    I can't say who's gonna play...But we're gonna miss Pac...After watching him against the Saints, I understood why we took a chance with him...

    I really hope he can learn to deal with the demons he has to fight...I think he can be great
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  5. GLinks

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    I was going to post the same thing. Clearly, "math" is not one of "Overalls' " strong suits.

    BAMARON...we can be cool.


    Overalls....:bs: :moon2: :))
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  6. GLinks

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    Yeah, I think we're going to miss him, too. The Force is strong with him...but he really does have to let go of some of that anger to be great. It will only hold him back, I believe.
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  7. Sledge

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    oh come on, this isn't about raising kids properly, it's about the unfair standards we set for men barely out of their teens simply because they play a game and get paid for it. it's never right to do anything disorderly or insubordinate, but there's double standards set out there based on social standing, and that's the real problem
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    It might not be a "drop" but a "test." You know, like they're going to "test" running Henry and White with the first team. :ha: Not trying to spook you, Gunny.

    How about "Finnegan's Followers," like "Hogan's Heroes." Or "Followers of Finnegan?" "Fraternal Order of Finnegan?" FOoF? I kind of like that.

    I see how you get on this secular religion tip, Gunny.

    Members of FOoF (yes, it's pronouced "FOOF") will heretofore be lovingly referred to as "Finnegan's Wake," signifying the faithful followers.

    How's that, Gunny?:ha:
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  9. GLinks

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    Agreed. Shouldn't look up to folk just because they have money or any other false reason.
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    :ha: FOoF is quality.

    speaking of Finnegan, I have to create him in Madden 2007.
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