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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Quote Originally Posted by iacyguy View Post
    what about steamin willie beamin? great on his feet.. but selfish as hell
    ya he was an option, but i don't think you can turn the team over to a selfish guy who has played well for 6 games and was supposed to be a defensive back. I think he starts great, but eventually gets figured out, gets frustrated, screams at his LT and calls out his WR's on twitter.


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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Quote Originally Posted by MNCyGuy View Post
    Saracen is an obvious late round back-up pick in a imaginary football players team draft.
    good point. He reminds me of Erik Ainge of Tennessee


    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.

    shane falco seems too much like a steele janze when he doesnt have outstanding players around him i think



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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Johnny Utah was an All American at Ohio State... Even if we only saw him play on the beach, I'm still going with him



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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    I'm still going with Cush, he was a #1 overall pick

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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brentwood View Post
    I'm still going with Cush, he was a #1 overall pick

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    I always got the impression that he was a big arm that was going to be too dumb to handle an NFL playbook. Sugar probably got a big commission from the Rookie contract and signing bonus and then was stuck with a guy destined for a Ryan Leaf career.



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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    i dont think johnny moxon has what it takes. dude passed up a whipped cream bikini thus leading me to question his decision making ability on and off the field



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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    NFL.com tackled this question

    Best Movie QBs Ever | NFL.com

    24. Uncle Rico
    23. Gee Grenoullie
    22. Rick Sandford
    21. Cappie
    20. Levander "Bird" Williams
    19. Johnny Walker
    18. David Greene
    17. Johnny Moxon
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    14. Joe Kingman
    13. Joe Pendleton
    12B. Paul Crewe (Sandler)
    12A. Paul Crewe (Reynolds)
    11. Willie Beamen
    10. Cap Rooney
    9. Frank Cushman
    8. Jimmy Dix
    7. Paul Blake
    6. Stan Gable
    5. Joe Kane
    4. Shane Falco
    3. Seth Maxwell
    2. Johnny Utah
    1. Flash Gordon



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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Uncle Rico FTW




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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Shane Falco is a winner.



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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy View Post
    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?
    None. I'm going with Seth Maxwell of the North Dallas Bulls. He'll throw the game winner to Elliott and after the game go get in a pile with Joe Bob and O.W.

    Rifleman, of the Ampipe Bulldogs, would be a close second.



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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    I'm going with Joe Kane but he has to start drinking again. Dude was a Heisman front-runner going into the year and was on the sauce leading up to that.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DRCHIRO View Post
    I'm going with Joe Kane but he has to start drinking again. Dude was a Heisman front-runner going into the year and was on the sauce leading up to that.
    I'm afraid Joe Kane goes Jim Drunkenmiller or Todd Maronivich but MAN THAT ARM!


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    Re: Help solve an argument.

    Is an adult Junior Floyd in the conversation?

    Otherwise I'm going with Johnny Moxon. Not only he was a brilliant strategist and able to be a Peyton Manning-esque "coach on the field", but the guy has nerves and conviction. The man somehow passed up Ali Larter in a whip cream bikini (if I had a dollar for every time I hit "pause" on the VCR and rubbed on out to that as a kid...) due to his love for the less attractive (but still cute) Jules. That takes balls, and it take morals. When I lay out qualities of a perfect QB, I would want him to be intelligent, ballsy, and trustworthy. Mox was all three, and he was a reasonably competent athlete.


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