Hey, Crazy151drinker, still think "chadwich" sucks?
Pennington is probably the most accurate passer in the NFL. He throws to recievers no taller than garden gnomes and damn near never misses. Don't blame Green Bay's loss on the wide receivers. The great Brett Favre was very inaccurate with many of his throws, and while there were indeed a few drops, his performance was still inexcusable.
I'll openly admit I was really hoping for Cleveland to hold on to the lead in their game so that the Jets could travel down to Tennesse to face the Titans instead of the Raiders. The Jets and Raiders will play something like 7 games in the last 5 years against each other (all in Oakland. And low and behold; the Jets schedule for next year has them playing a road game in Oakland. I swear, these guys are starting to feel like divisional opponents). The Jets only lost by 6 in the last game, and of course beat them last year, so while I have some concern, it's not the same concern like a Miami fan has when the calender turns to December.
Wow dubla, I think the two of us may actually agree on something . Micheal Vick is easily the most exciting player in football, and he'll only get better. I'm guessing the NFL schedule makers will give the Falcons 6 prime time games next year. And Brian Finneran is a decent receiver (a better receiver than Fiedler is a QB, at least ).
While Dan Marino definitely deserves to be on the short list for best QB's ever, I'd place Otto Graham (7 championships in 10 years), and Johnny Unitas ahead of him (if Elway didn't beat the Jets in the 1999 AFC championship game, maybe I'd bring him in, too ). But obviously, you have more than valid reason to hold Marino there as well.
Edited by - crownboy on 6 January 2003 14:33:4