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    Help solve an argument.

    Who would you rather have as your Qb (NFL):


    Shane Falco
    Johhny Moxon
    Paul Blake
    Paul Crewe
    Willie Beemen
    Joe Kane

    Joe Kane has all the tools but is an alcholic, Paul Crewe was an All-Pro but jail isn't good to a man and he is old, and do you really want to give a multi-year deal to Willie Beeman?


    The one constant through all the years, Ray, has been baseball. America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. It has been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt and erased again. But baseball has marked the time. This field, this game: it's a part of our past, Ray. It reminds of us of all that once was good and it could be again. Oh... people will come Ray. People will most definitely come.

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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Are these real people?



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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbuk View Post
    Are these real people?
    You're kidding.

    Does Footsteps Falco continue getting scouting reports from his cheerleader? His play will be severely diminished without it.



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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbuk View Post
    Are these real people?
    Never watched a football movie?




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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Quote Originally Posted by IcSyU View Post
    You're kidding.
    I googled some of them so I wasn't kidding, but now i understand.



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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    No Johnny Utah?



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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Quote Originally Posted by IcSyU View Post
    You're kidding.

    Does Footsteps Falco continue getting scouting reports from his cheerleader? His play will be severely diminished without it.
    see I don't think Falco would be a nice backup, but dont ask him to win a playoff game. I might go Joe Kane and hope the off the field stuff doesn't effect his play on the field. Think Dan Marino maybe.


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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    And I'm taking option #7, Uncle Rico.



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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bader View Post
    No Johnny Utah?
    Both Johnny Utah and Randal Pink Floyd are removed from the argument, as we didn't see either of them play.


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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    I'll take Steamin Willie Beeman! I know he's not with the Sharks anymore but if he is good enough for Coach D he is good enough for me!



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    Quote Originally Posted by ISUKyro View Post
    I'll take Steamin Willie Beeman! I know he's not with the Sharks anymore but if he is good enough for Coach D he is good enough for me!
    Perhaps he is the choice, but man he has played 6 good games. I think this might be a little Scott Mitchell attached to it.


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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    In the salary cap era, and especially in a small market, I think you've got to go Falco. He's proven he can win, and may even play better, with a budget supporting cast.



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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Frank Cushman


    "If I got mad everytime someone puked in a pool I would hate a lot of people"

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    Quote Originally Posted by MNCyGuy View Post
    In the salary cap era, and especially in a small market, I think you've got to go Falco. He's proven he can win, and may even play better, with a budget supporting cast.
    Yep this is an argument that works, and thats the problem with say Crewe or Kane, you can't afford to mess up. Falco is safe and Paul Blake could maybe win some games with a good D and solid running game. But it might depend on the owner/gm/head coach combo. Do they want a flashy guy that might make some errors (Beemen, Kane) or do they go safe with maybe a thinking man like Moxon, or go straight "game manager" with Blake or Falco.


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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    i want Ronnie "Sunshine" Bass. Anyone have his rivals report on whether we recruit him or not? Some guys say he kissed a guy in a locker room once but if you look past that he has a ton of potential with a powerful arm and shifty on his feet. GET TO IT CPR!



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