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zimonami
04-13-2011, 09:10 PM
Easy question but I really like this pic....who is it?</P>


http://afox11.dyndns-pics.com/aai333.jpg</P>


Z</P>


thats Mendenhall...great shot.... who is behind him? Z</P>


Thats Mendy, I think it's Rich Dvorak Y.A.........not positive on that though...you know?</P>


Z</P>


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YO... YA!!! </P>


SEC guesses Rich Dvorak and I guessed pat Highes... who is it?</P>

YATittle1962
04-13-2011, 09:54 PM
Easy question but I really like this pic....who is it?</P>


http://afox11.dyndns-pics.com/aai333.jpg</P>


Z</P>


thats Mendenhall...great shot.... who is behind him? Z</P>


Thats Mendy*,* I think it's Rich Dvorak Y.A.........not positive on that though...you know?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


YO... YA!!! </P>


SEC guesses Rich Dvorak and I guessed pat Highes... who is it?</P>

I have no idea zimmy.....I was asking you guys :)

the face looks like Pat Hughes

zimonami
04-13-2011, 10:42 PM
Easy question but I really like this pic....who is it?</P>


http://afox11.dyndns-pics.com/aai333.jpg</P>


Z</P>


thats Mendenhall...great shot.... who is behind him? Z</P>


Thats Mendy, I think it's Rich Dvorak Y.A.........not positive on that though...you know?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


YO... YA!!! </P>


SEC guesses Rich Dvorak and I guessed pat Highes... who is it?</P>


I have no idea zimmy.....I was asking you guys :) the face looks like Pat Hughes</P>


LMAO... the blind leading the blind. </P>

YATittle1962
04-13-2011, 11:04 PM
Easy question but I really like this pic....who is it?</P>


http://afox11.dyndns-pics.com/aai333.jpg</P>


Z</P>


thats Mendenhall...great shot.... who is behind him? Z</P>


Thats Mendy*,* I think it's Rich Dvorak Y.A.........not positive on that though...you know?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


YO... YA!!! </P>


SEC guesses Rich Dvorak and I guessed pat Highes... who is it?</P>


I have no idea zimmy.....I was asking you guys :) the face looks like Pat Hughes</P>


LMAO... the blind leading the blind.* </P>

(cue "three blind mice" as played in the beginning of the three stooges )

rbcarpenter
04-13-2011, 11:31 PM
ah,but in the the land of the blind,A ONE-EYED MAN CAN BE KING!!!!</P>


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i have no idea why i said that.[:$]</P>

jmike
04-13-2011, 11:35 PM
ah,but in the the land of the blind,A ONE-EYED MAN CAN BE KING!!!!</p>


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i have no idea why i said that.[:$]</p>

Only in a Monarchy and they have become passe.

jints10
04-14-2011, 08:08 AM
What ex Giant QB's father was the offensive backfield coach for the Detroit Lions?
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Was it this guys father Jints10</p>


http://www.nydailynews.com/img/2009/01/24/alg_brunner.jpg</p>


Z</p>
yep 105 you are correct Scott Brunner's dad John coached for the Lions, nice job

jints10
04-14-2011, 08:10 AM
What Giants place kicker was known as the nose?

rbcarpenter
04-14-2011, 08:11 AM
What ex Giant QB's father was the offensive backfield coach for the Detroit Lions?
</P>


Was it this guys father Jints10</P>


http://www.nydailynews.com/img/2009/01/24/alg_brunner.jpg</P>


Z</P>
yep 105 you are correct Scott Brunner's dad John coached for the Lions, nice job
and look at that MAGNIFICENT block by carpenter,lol!

zimonami
04-14-2011, 08:36 AM
What Giants place kicker was known as the nose?
</P>


Joe DeSmello?</P>

jints10
04-14-2011, 08:38 AM
What Giants place kicker was known as the nose?
</p>


Joe DeSmello?</p>
lol with a honker like that of coarse it was Joe Danelo

jints10
04-14-2011, 09:39 AM
What TE did Phil Simms throw to early in his career that also went to Morehead State?

zimonami
04-14-2011, 12:47 PM
What TE did Phil Simms throw to early in his career that also went to Morehead State?
</P>


and he always did a nice job for us... Gary Shirk.</P>

jints10
04-14-2011, 01:42 PM
What TE did Phil Simms throw to early in his career that also went to Morehead State?
</p>


and he always did a nice job for us... Gary Shirk.</p>
yep Zim one of my favs Gary Shirk

SEC105
04-14-2011, 03:35 PM
What Giants place kicker was known as the nose?
</P>


Joe DeSmello?</P>



lol with a honker like that of coarse it was Joe Danelo
</P>


Aahhh.....c'mon fellas....you really think Joe deserved that moniker? [;)] lol</P>


http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2010/01/01/gal_giants-stadium_18.jpg</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
04-14-2011, 03:42 PM
What TE did Phil Simms throw to early in his career that also went to Morehead State?
</P>


and he always did a nice job for us... Gary Shirk.</P>



yep Zim one of my favs Gary Shirk
</P>


He was a good one Gary Shirk.....least he got that one playoff game after some of the God awful teams he played on</P>


http://www.deliafamily.net/FBCI/Topps/78Topps/78T%20054%20Gary%20Shirk.jpg</P>


Z</P>

zimonami
04-14-2011, 03:45 PM
What Giants place kicker was known as the nose?
</P>


Joe DeSmello?</P>



lol with a honker like that of coarse it was Joe Danelo
</P>


Aahhh.....c'mon fellas....you really think Joe deserved that moniker? [;)] lol</P>


http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2010/01/01/gal_giants-stadium_18.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I think Joe had some Jimmy Durante genes in him.</P>


He was another appreciated Giant who did a good job for us.</P>

SEC105
04-14-2011, 03:45 PM
Another tough one....who's this ex Giant player?</P>


http://www.marshfield.coos-bay.k12.or.us/athletics/HOF/2006/BruceA250h.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


This is DE Bruce Anderson...he played for us in the late sixties.....anyone recall him?</P>


Z</P>

YATittle1962
04-14-2011, 08:40 PM
What Giants place kicker was known as the nose?
</P>


Joe DeSmello?</P>



lol with a honker like that of coarse it was Joe Danelo
</P>


Aahhh.....c'mon fellas....you really think Joe deserved that moniker? [;)]* lol</P>


http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2010/01/01/gal_giants-stadium_18.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I think Joe had some Jimmy Durante genes in him.</P>


He was another appreciated Giant who did a good job for us.</P>

aaaahhh cha cha cha!!!

jomo
04-14-2011, 09:39 PM
Another tough one....who's this ex Giant player?</P>


http://www.marshfield.coos-bay.k12.or.us/athletics/HOF/2006/BruceA250h.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


This is DE Bruce Anderson...he played for us in the late sixties.....anyone recall him?</P>


Z</P>I have no independent recollection of Bruce Anderson. I would like to, but cannot blame alcohol on this one. I must have slept through his season here.

SEC105
04-15-2011, 04:43 PM
What Giants place kicker was known as the nose?
</P>


Joe DeSmello?</P>



lol with a honker like that of coarse it was Joe Danelo
</P>


Aahhh.....c'mon fellas....you really think Joe deserved that moniker? [;)] lol</P>


http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2010/01/01/gal_giants-stadium_18.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I think Joe had some Jimmy Durante genes in him.</P>


He was another appreciated Giant who did a good job for us.</P>


aaaahhh cha cha cha!!!</P>


lol.....Ha Ha Ha........there is quite a resemblence to Jimmy Durante love all that locker roombanter back and forth good natured kidding</P>


http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/252/349765.jpg</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
04-15-2011, 04:47 PM
Another tough one....who's this ex Giant player?</P>


http://www.marshfield.coos-bay.k12.or.us/athletics/HOF/2006/BruceA250h.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


This is DE Bruce Anderson...he played for us in the late sixties.....anyone recall him?</P>


Z</P>


I have no independent recollection of Bruce Anderson. I would like to, but cannot blame alcohol on this one. I must have slept through his season here.</P>


He spent 3 seasons with us Jomo 67-69.....bit I have to admit also....very little memory of him</P>


looked it up...he went to Willliamette College......don't know anything about that program</P>


Z</P>

zimonami
04-15-2011, 04:49 PM
What Giants place kicker was known as the nose?
</P>


Joe DeSmello?</P>



lol with a honker like that of coarse it was Joe Danelo
</P>


Aahhh.....c'mon fellas....you really think Joe deserved that moniker? [;)] lol</P>


http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2010/01/01/gal_giants-stadium_18.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I think Joe had some Jimmy Durante genes in him.</P>


He was another appreciated Giant who did a good job for us.</P>


aaaahhh cha cha cha!!!</P>


lol.....Ha Ha Ha........there is quite a resemblence to Jimmy Durante love all that locker roombanter back and forth good natured kidding</P>


http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/252/349765.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Yup... a picture tells a thousand words... could be twins - Joe and Groucho. Just like Giff and SEC are danged near identical twins! :) Uncanny resemblance, SEC</P>

SEC105
04-15-2011, 05:03 PM
What Giants place kicker was known as the nose?
</P>


Joe DeSmello?</P>



lol with a honker like that of coarse it was Joe Danelo
</P>


Aahhh.....c'mon fellas....you really think Joe deserved that moniker? [;)] lol</P>


http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2010/01/01/gal_giants-stadium_18.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I think Joe had some Jimmy Durante genes in him.</P>


He was another appreciated Giant who did a good job for us.</P>


aaaahhh cha cha cha!!!</P>


lol.....Ha Ha Ha........there is quite a resemblence to Jimmy Durante love all that locker roombanter back and forth good natured kidding</P>


http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/252/349765.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Yup... a picture tells a thousand words... could be twins - Joe and Groucho. Just like Giff and SEC are danged near identical twins! :) Uncanny resemblance, SEC</P>


</P>


Thanks Z......and have a great weekend my friend [Y]</P>


Z</P>

rbcarpenter
04-16-2011, 04:01 AM
ok...try this...name EVERY field goal kicker the giants had from the beginning of 1980 until the end of 1990.........GO!

jmike
04-16-2011, 05:44 AM
ok...try this...name EVERY field goal kicker the giants had from the beginning of 1980 until the end of 1990.........GO!

before my time but I will do my best

Shiek
Allegre
Buford? or Subert? One was a kicker I think
Nittmo
McFadden
Bahr
Stover IR but he was on the 90 team

ok, that's all I got, maybe Nittmo was the 90s and there was somebody before Shiek but I have no clue.

Punters are easier probably:
Jennings
Landeta
Again either Buford or Subert whichever was a punter

going into the 90s you Landeta begot Horan...Maynard....Williams....Allen....Feagles... Dodge, I am missing somebody, but it is 5:40 am and I have a wicked cramp in my *** so gimme a break.....who sam I missing?

jmike
04-16-2011, 06:06 AM
ok...try this...name EVERY field goal kicker the giants had from the beginning of 1980 until the end of 1990.........GO!

before my time but I will do my best

Shiek
Allegre
Buford? or Subert? One was a kicker I think
Nittmo
McFadden
Bahr
Stover IR but he was on the 90 team

ok, that's all I got, maybe Nittmo was the 90s and there was somebody before Shiek but I have no clue.

Punters are easier probably:
Jennings
Landeta
Again either Buford or Subert whichever was a punter

going into the 90s you Landeta begot Horan...Maynard....Williams....Allen....Feagles... Dodge, I am missing somebody, but it is 5:40 am and I have a wicked cramp in my *** so gimme a break.....who sam I missing?


Oooo...got it Tom Rouen!

jmike
04-16-2011, 06:13 AM
ok...try this...name EVERY field goal kicker the giants had from the beginning of 1980 until the end of 1990.........GO!

before my time but I will do my best

Shiek
Allegre
Buford? or Subert? One was a kicker I think
Nittmo
McFadden
Bahr
Stover IR but he was on the 90 team

ok, that's all I got, maybe Nittmo was the 90s and there was somebody before Shiek but I have no clue.

Punters are easier probably:
Jennings
Landeta
Again either Buford or Subert whichever was a punter

going into the 90s you Landeta begot Horan...Maynard....Williams....Allen....Feagles... Dodge, I am missing somebody, but it is 5:40 am and I have a wicked cramp in my *** so gimme a break.....who sam I missing?


Oooo...got it Tom Rouen!


Ruben Rodriguez too....still think I am missing somebody.....grrr...

NYG 5
04-16-2011, 08:10 PM
lets see who can name signature Giants celebrations.


heres one: remember ike hilliard's first down lunge? then the strahan post-sack super flex, and lets not forget shockey flipping off the crowd

zimonami
04-16-2011, 10:07 PM
lets see who can name signature Giants celebrations.


heres one: remember ike hilliard's first down lunge? then the strahan post-sack super flex, and lets not forget shockey flipping off the crowd
</P>


Mark Bavaro, simplyflipping the ball to the closest ref.</P>

zimonami
04-16-2011, 10:08 PM
ok...try this...name EVERY field goal kicker the giants had from the beginning of 1980 until the end of 1990.........GO!

before my time but I will do my best

Shiek
Allegre
Buford? or Subert? One was a kicker I think
Nittmo
McFadden
Bahr
Stover IR but he was on the 90 team

ok, that's all I got, maybe Nittmo was the 90s and there was somebody before Shiek but I have no clue.

Punters are easier probably:
Jennings
Landeta
Again either Buford or Subert whichever was a punter

going into the 90s you Landeta begot Horan...Maynard....Williams....Allen....Feagles... Dodge, I am missing somebody, but it is 5:40 am and I have a wicked cramp in my *** so gimme a break.....who sam I missing?


Oooo...got it Tom Rouen!


Ruben Rodriguez too....still think I am missing somebody.....grrr...
</P>


good job, jmike... I never would have gotten that many.</P>

YATittle1962
04-16-2011, 10:09 PM
lets see who can name signature Giants celebrations.


heres one: remember ike hilliard's first down lunge? then the strahan post-sack super flex, and lets not forget shockey flipping off the crowd
</P>


Mark Bavaro, simply*flipping the ball to the closest ref.</P>

my personal favorite

allentown PA
04-16-2011, 11:19 PM
lets see who can name signature Giants celebrations.


heres one: remember ike hilliard's first down lunge? then the strahan post-sack super flex, and lets not forget shockey flipping off the crowd
</P>


Mark Bavaro, simply*flipping the ball to the closest ref.</P>

my personal favorite

mine too...I cringe when I see jacobs do whatever that is he does when he scores.

NYG 5
04-17-2011, 10:53 AM
lets see who can name signature Giants celebrations.


heres one: remember ike hilliard's first down lunge? then the strahan post-sack super flex, and lets not forget shockey flipping off the crowd
</p>


Mark Bavaro, simplyflipping the ball to the closest ref.</p>

my personal favorite

mine too...I cringe when I see jacobs do whatever that is he does when he scores.

oh, i enjoyed when he threw the ball at the cowboys game clock that one time. and the baby stomach ball was hilariously terrible.

zimonami
04-17-2011, 11:35 AM
lets see who can name signature Giants celebrations.


heres one: remember ike hilliard's first down lunge? then the strahan post-sack super flex, and lets not forget shockey flipping off the crowd
</P>


Mark Bavaro, simplyflipping the ball to the closest ref.</P>


my personal favorite mine too...I cringe when I see jacobs do whatever that is he does when he scores.

oh, i enjoyed when he threw the ball at the cowboys game clock that one time. and the baby stomach ball was hilariously terrible.
</P>


I'll agree... throwing the ball at the Cowboy's clock, in some strange way, made me feel a little retribution for years ago when Vai Sikahema punched out the goalpost pads at Giants Stadium. Yeah, he was an Eagle and the clock was the Cowboys, but it was finally an overt and outrageous celebration actby a Giant that screamed "In your Face." Does that make any sense?</P>

NYGRealityCheck
04-17-2011, 01:25 PM
lets see who can name signature Giants celebrations.


heres one: remember ike hilliard's first down lunge? then the strahan post-sack super flex, and lets not forget shockey flipping off the crowd


Aaron Ross' Superman leap on his first interception returned for a TD against the Jets?

zimonami
04-17-2011, 01:35 PM
Bavaro bear hugging McConkey in SB XXI after McConk catches the TD pass off of Bavaro's tip/miss.</P>

rbcarpenter
04-17-2011, 01:52 PM
bavaro's genuflect on his td in sb xxi.

allentown PA
04-17-2011, 11:33 PM
lets see who can name signature Giants celebrations.


heres one: remember ike hilliard's first down lunge? then the strahan post-sack super flex, and lets not forget shockey flipping off the crowd
</P>


Mark Bavaro, simply*flipping the ball to the closest ref.</P>


my personal favorite mine too...I cringe when I see jacobs do whatever that is he does when he scores.

oh, i enjoyed when he threw the ball at the cowboys game clock that one time. and the baby stomach ball was hilariously terrible.
</P>


I'll agree... throwing the ball at the Cowboy's clock, in some strange way, made me feel a little retribution for years ago when Vai Sikahema punched out the goalpost pads at Giants Stadium.* Yeah, he was an Eagle and the clock was the Cowboys, but it was finally an overt and outrageous celebration act*by a Giant that screamed "In your Face."* Does that make any sense?</P>

lol..that was pretty good...I felt tiki blowing a kiss to who or whatever when he scored was pretty lame.

allentown PA
04-17-2011, 11:43 PM
What year was the last time the giants drafted offensive linemen with their first two picks? and can you name the 2 men selected?

zimonami
04-18-2011, 12:18 AM
What year was the last time the giants drafted offensive linemen with their first two picks? and can you name the 2 men selected?</P>


I don't know if it's been done since 1988 when we drafted Eric Moore and Jumbo Elliot.</P>

allentown PA
04-18-2011, 12:44 AM
What year was the last time the giants drafted offensive linemen with their first two picks? and can you name the 2 men selected?</P>


I don't know if it's been done since 1988 when we drafted Eric Moore and Jumbo Elliot.</P>

nope...but great guess ur very close.

jmike
04-18-2011, 03:08 AM
What year was the last time the giants drafted offensive linemen with their first two picks? and can you name the 2 men selected?</p>


I don't know if it's been done since 1988 when we drafted Eric Moore and Jumbo Elliot.</p>

nope...but great guess ur very close.

it was 1989, Brian Williams and Bob Kratch.

jints10
04-18-2011, 10:14 AM
What ex Giant punter was third cousin of Boston Redsox slugger Carlton Fisk?

YATittle1962
04-18-2011, 11:07 AM
What ex Giant punter was third cousin of Boston Redsox slugger Carlton Fisk?


pretty sure its Dave Jennings......I remember hearing that somewhere.....

jints10
04-18-2011, 11:18 AM
What ex Giant punter was third cousin of Boston Redsox slugger Carlton Fisk?


pretty sure its Dave Jennings......I remember hearing that somewhere.....
Right on as usual YA

allentown PA
04-18-2011, 12:46 PM
What year was the last time the giants drafted offensive linemen with their first two picks? and can you name the 2 men selected?</p>


I don't know if it's been done since 1988 when we drafted Eric Moore and Jumbo Elliot.</p>

nope...but great guess ur very close.

it was 1989, Brian Williams and Bob Kratch.


yup...good job jmike!

SEC105
04-18-2011, 03:07 PM
What former Giant RB completed 4 passes his entire career.........all four went for TDs, who was it"</P>


Z</P>

benched
04-18-2011, 05:56 PM
What former Giant RB completed 4 passes his entire career.........all four went for TDs*, who was it"</P>


Z</P>

D Meggett.

SEC105
04-19-2011, 04:28 PM
What former Giant RB completed 4 passes his entire career.........all four went for TDs, who was it"</P>


Z</P>


D Meggett.</P>


Yup it was Dave Meggett.....good call</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
04-19-2011, 04:30 PM
We had this player on our roster for one year....Coach Perkins let him go , a big mistake. He went on to a stellar career with Raiders Who is he?</P>


http://www.footballbabble.com/images/best.jpg</P>


Z</P>

allentown PA
04-19-2011, 05:23 PM
We had this player on our roster for one year....Coach Perkins let him go , a big mistake. He went on to a stellar career with Raiders** Who is he?</P>


http://www.footballbabble.com/images/best.jpg</P>


Z</P>

The wordsmith...Todd Christensen

jints10
04-21-2011, 08:40 AM
In the early 80's Giants got a FA DT who had a try out for the Chiefs, the Giants turned him around and had him play guard on the offensive line and he became a pretty serviceable player who was he?

YATittle1962
04-21-2011, 01:44 PM
In the early 80's Giants got a FA DT who had a try out for the Chiefs, the Giants turned him around and had him play guard on the offensive line and he became a pretty serviceable player who was he?


was it Jeff Weston?

for some reason he popped in my mind....a local Jersey guy

jints10
04-21-2011, 03:04 PM
In the early 80's Giants got a FA DT who had a try out for the Chiefs, the Giants turned him around and had him play guard on the offensive line and he became a pretty serviceable player who was he?


was it Jeff Weston?

for some reason he popped in my mind....a local Jersey guy
No not Weston, but let me clarify my question this guy played for the Giants from 77-83

SEC105
04-21-2011, 03:31 PM
We had this player on our roster for one year....Coach Perkins let him go , a big mistake. He went on to a stellar career with Raiders Who is he?</P>


http://www.footballbabble.com/images/best.jpg</P>


Z</P>


The wordsmith...Todd Christensen</P>


Thats him AT....how did we let a guy like that go?</P>


http://www.cyberattic.com/stores/antiqueattic/items/639918/catphoto.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>

SEC105
04-21-2011, 03:32 PM
In the early 80's Giants got a FA DT who had a try out for the Chiefs, the Giants turned him around and had him play guard on the offensive line and he became a pretty serviceable player who was he?
was it Jeff Weston? for some reason he popped in my mind....a local Jersey guy
No not Weston, but let me clarify my question this guy played for the Giants from 77-83
</P>


Just a wild guess......but I don't think the time frame fits...Gordon Gravelle?</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
04-21-2011, 03:36 PM
This Viking QB tied an NFL record held by former aGiant Legend QB. Who is this player and what record did he tie?</P>


http://www.pghsports.com/2009-Issues/psr0909/HISPANICS_Kapp.JPG</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
04-21-2011, 04:58 PM
Lot of great plays in this vid.....thought the DYKgang would enjoy [:D]</P>


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULCY9rKk7e0&amp;feature=related</P>


Z</P>

jints10
04-21-2011, 05:35 PM
In the early 80's Giants got a FA DT who had a try out for the Chiefs, the Giants turned him around and had him play guard on the offensive line and he became a pretty serviceable player who was he?
was it Jeff Weston? for some reason he popped in my mind....a local Jersey guy
No not Weston, but let me clarify my question this guy played for the Giants from 77-83
</p>


Just a wild guess......but I don't think the time frame fits...Gordon Gravelle?</p>


Z</p>
No not Gordon Gravelle

zimonami
04-21-2011, 05:39 PM
Lot of great plays in this vid.....thought the DYKgang would enjoy [:D]</P>


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULCY9rKk7e0&amp;feature=related</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Wow... thank you, SEC... that has a lot ofthe great plays in memory... except for Plax's TD to seal </P>


SB 42.</P>

keyofgmen
04-21-2011, 06:27 PM
This Viking QB tied an NFL record held by former a*Giant Legend QB. Who is this player and what record did he tie?</P>


http://www.pghsports.com/2009-Issues/psr0909/HISPANICS_Kapp.JPG</P>


Z</P>

Being a partial Viking fan back in those days, the photo was easy..Joe Kapp.

He threw 7 TDs in a game. I believe 3 or 4 others have done it including YA of course.

allentown PA
04-21-2011, 09:10 PM
We had this player on our roster for one year....Coach Perkins let him go , a big mistake. He went on to a stellar career with Raiders** Who is he?</P>


http://www.footballbabble.com/images/best.jpg</P>


Z</P>


The wordsmith...Todd Christensen</P>


Thats him AT....how did we let a guy like that go?</P>


http://www.cyberattic.com/stores/antiqueattic/items/639918/catphoto.jpg</P>


Z</P>


*</P>

Idk...he was good from what I've seen...but its not like we didn't get some great TE's of our own in the following years.

rbcarpenter
04-22-2011, 01:15 AM
We had this player on our roster for one year....Coach Perkins let him go , a big mistake. He went on to a stellar career with Raiders Who is he?</P>


http://www.footballbabble.com/images/best.jpg</P>


Z</P>


The wordsmith...Todd Christensen</P>


Thats him AT....how did we let a guy like that go?</P>


http://www.cyberattic.com/stores/antiqueattic/items/639918/catphoto.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P> Idk...he was good from what I've seen...but its not like we didn't get some great TE's of our own in the following years.from what i remember,they let him go because he was trying to play fullback for us,not tight end,hence the #46.(and at fb,he really couldn't block very well)

jmike
04-22-2011, 01:50 AM
We had this player on our roster for one year....Coach Perkins let him go , a big mistake. He went on to a stellar career with Raiders Who is he?</p>


http://www.footballbabble.com/images/best.jpg</p>


Z</p>


The wordsmith...Todd Christensen</p>


Thats him AT....how did we let a guy like that go?</p>


http://www.cyberattic.com/stores/antiqueattic/items/639918/catphoto.jpg</p>


Z</p>


</p>

Idk...he was good from what I've seen...but its not like we didn't get some great TE's of our own in the following years.

Wasn't he a FB until the Raiders put him at TE? Seems they didn't think much of him as a FB either.

jints10
04-22-2011, 01:07 PM
In the early 80's Giants got a FA DT who had a try out for the Chiefs, the Giants turned him around and had him play guard on the offensive line and he became a pretty serviceable player who was he?
was it Jeff Weston? for some reason he popped in my mind....a local Jersey guy
No not Weston, but let me clarify my question this guy played for the Giants from 77-83
</p>


Just a wild guess......but I don't think the time frame fits...Gordon Gravelle?</p>


Z</p>
No not Gordon Gravelle

It was JT Turner

zimonami
04-22-2011, 03:15 PM
In the early 80's Giants got a FA DT who had a try out for the Chiefs, the Giants turned him around and had him play guard on the offensive line and he became a pretty serviceable player who was he?
was it Jeff Weston? for some reason he popped in my mind....a local Jersey guy
No not Weston, but let me clarify my question this guy played for the Giants from 77-83
</P>


Just a wild guess......but I don't think the time frame fits...Gordon Gravelle?</P>


Z</P>



No not Gordon Gravelle

It was JT Turner
</P>


good one, jints. Wow, I couldn't remember JT ??? ... Getting old. He wassmall... only about 250 soaking wet and with a bunch of rocks in his pockets but, as you say, he was very serviceable. I guess you'd have to be to last 7 years.</P>

YATittle1962
04-22-2011, 08:21 PM
Wow Turner.........thats a cat I havent thought of in a minute......as they say......

would have never guessed......great question !!

jomo
04-22-2011, 09:32 PM
What Giantsdefensive linemanwas traded to the New England Patriots for a 1st, 2nd and 6th round draft choice after just 3 years in the league and having being named as a Pro-bowl alternate. (hint: circa 1970)

zimonami
04-23-2011, 01:12 AM
What Giantsdefensive linemanwas traded to the New England Patriots for a 1st, 2nd and 6th round draft choice after just 3 years in the league and having being named as a Pro-bowl alternate. (hint: circa 1970)</P>


I'm stumped, jomo</P>

jomo
04-23-2011, 07:20 AM
What Giantsdefensive linemanwas traded to the New England Patriots for a 1st, 2nd and 6th round draft choice after just 3 years in the league and having being named as a Pro-bowl alternate. (hint: circa 1970)</P>


I'm stumped, jomo</P>Alright Zim, this is a bit of a trick question because in the winter of 1972 this player was in fact traded to the Pats. However,he never played in New England because he was traded <U>again</U>on draft day to a west coast team. He played there for anadditional10 years (quite well I would add) before moving on to another successful career.

keyofgmen
04-23-2011, 08:15 AM
What Giants*defensive lineman*was traded to the New England Patriots for a 1st, 2nd and 6th round draft choice after just 3 years in the league and having being named as a Pro-bowl alternate. (hint: circa 1970)</P>


I'm stumped, jomo</P>Alright Zim, this is a bit of a trick question because in the winter of 1972 this player was in fact traded to the Pats. However,*he never played in New England because he was traded <U>again</U>*on draft day to a west coast team. He played there for an*additional*10 years (quite well I would add) before moving on to another successful career.

Is it Fred Dryer?

Roswell777
04-23-2011, 08:47 AM
What Giantsdefensive linemanwas traded to the New England Patriots for a 1st, 2nd and 6th round draft choice after just 3 years in the league and having being named as a Pro-bowl alternate. (hint: circa 1970)</p>


I'm stumped, jomo</p>Alright Zim, this is a bit of a trick question because in the winter of 1972 this player was in fact traded to the Pats. However,he never played in New England because he was traded <u>again</u>on draft day to a west coast team. He played there for anadditional10 years (quite well I would add) before moving on to another successful career.

Is it Fred Dryer?

Definitely Dryer. Wow, forgot he was traded to the then Boston Patriots. Great question, Jomo.

jomo
04-23-2011, 09:01 AM
What Giantsdefensive linemanwas traded to the New England Patriots for a 1st, 2nd and 6th round draft choice after just 3 years in the league and having being named as a Pro-bowl alternate. (hint: circa 1970)</P>


I'm stumped, jomo</P>Alright Zim, this is a bit of a trick question because in the winter of 1972 this player was in fact traded to the Pats. However,he never played in New England because he was traded <U>again</U>on draft day to a west coast team. He played there for anadditional10 years (quite well I would add) before moving on to another successful career. Is it Fred Dryer?

Definitely Dryer. Wow, forgot he was traded to the then Boston Patriots. Great question, Jomo.


Yes it was Dryer. He was a real force in the pass rush. I'm not sure why we let a guy with that talent get away. Does anyone remember.

zimonami
04-23-2011, 10:40 AM
What Giantsdefensive linemanwas traded to the New England Patriots for a 1st, 2nd and 6th round draft choice after just 3 years in the league and having being named as a Pro-bowl alternate. (hint: circa 1970)</P>


I'm stumped, jomo</P>


Alright Zim, this is a bit of a trick question because in the winter of 1972 this player was in fact traded to the Pats. However,he never played in New England because he was traded <U>again</U>on draft day to a west coast team. He played there for anadditional10 years (quite well I would add) before moving on to another successful career. Is it Fred Dryer?

Definitely Dryer. Wow, forgot he was traded to the then Boston Patriots. Great question, Jomo.


Yes it was Dryer. He was a real force in the pass rush. I'm not sure why we let a guy with that talent get away. Does anyone remember.</P>


Yes, I woulda gotten Dryer from your hint. He WANTED/ASKED out... hated the 'losing'Giants and the east coast</P>

jmike
04-23-2011, 11:09 AM
What Giantsdefensive linemanwas traded to the New England Patriots for a 1st, 2nd and 6th round draft choice after just 3 years in the league and having being named as a Pro-bowl alternate. (hint: circa 1970)</p>


I'm stumped, jomo</p>Alright Zim, this is a bit of a trick question because in the winter of 1972 this player was in fact traded to the Pats. However,he never played in New England because he was traded <u>again</u>on draft day to a west coast team. He played there for anadditional10 years (quite well I would add) before moving on to another successful career. Is it Fred Dryer?

Definitely Dryer. Wow, forgot he was traded to the then Boston Patriots. Great question, Jomo.


Yes it was Dryer. He was a real force in the pass rush. I'm not sure why we let a guy with that talent get away. Does anyone remember.

Because in 1972 you COULD have enough players you can rush the passer?

jmike
04-23-2011, 11:11 AM
What Giantsdefensive linemanwas traded to the New England Patriots for a 1st, 2nd and 6th round draft choice after just 3 years in the league and having being named as a Pro-bowl alternate. (hint: circa 1970)</p>


I'm stumped, jomo</p>


Alright Zim, this is a bit of a trick question because in the winter of 1972 this player was in fact traded to the Pats. However,he never played in New England because he was traded <u>again</u>on draft day to a west coast team. He played there for anadditional10 years (quite well I would add) before moving on to another successful career. Is it Fred Dryer?

Definitely Dryer. Wow, forgot he was traded to the then Boston Patriots. Great question, Jomo.


Yes it was Dryer. He was a real force in the pass rush. I'm not sure why we let a guy with that talent get away. Does anyone remember.</p>


Yes, I woulda gotten Dryer from your hint. He WANTED/ASKED out... hated the 'losing'Giants and the east coast</p>

I read somewhere that he lived in a van outside the stadium or wherever they practiced during the season. Any truth to that?

jomo
04-23-2011, 11:14 AM
What Giantsdefensive linemanwas traded to the New England Patriots for a 1st, 2nd and 6th round draft choice after just 3 years in the league and having being named as a Pro-bowl alternate. (hint: circa 1970)</P>


I'm stumped, jomo</P>


Alright Zim, this is a bit of a trick question because in the winter of 1972 this player was in fact traded to the Pats. However,he never played in New England because he was traded <U>again</U>on draft day to a west coast team. He played there for anadditional10 years (quite well I would add) before moving on to another successful career. Is it Fred Dryer?

Definitely Dryer. Wow, forgot he was traded to the then Boston Patriots. Great question, Jomo.


Yes it was Dryer. He was a real force in the pass rush. I'm not sure why we let a guy with that talent get away. Does anyone remember.</P>


Yes, I woulda gotten Dryer from your hint. He WANTED/ASKED out... hated the 'losing'Giants and the east coast</P>

I read somewhere that he lived in a van outside the stadium or wherever they practiced during the season. Any truth to that?
That rings a bell. I think he was something of a free spirit in the Bill Walton mold (though not that extreme). I also seem to remember that he wanted to get out west for the lifestyle. Any other info on this gang?

NYG 5
04-24-2011, 03:11 AM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.

jmike
04-24-2011, 08:53 AM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.


Pat Summeral!!!! ?

zimonami
04-24-2011, 11:06 AM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.
</P>


The only Giant I can think of that was on their team, and would be on ours later on, was Carlton Bailey</P>


</P>


Happy Easter everyone</P>

NYG 5
04-24-2011, 02:28 PM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.
</p>


The only Giant I can think of that was on their team, and would be on ours later on, was Carlton Bailey</p>


</p>


Happy Easter everyone</p>

nope, i should say that he was a bill before he became a giant

rbcarpenter
04-24-2011, 03:06 PM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.
</P>


The only Giant I can think of that was on their team, and would be on ours later on, was Carlton Bailey</P>


</P>


Happy Easter everyone</P>

nope, i should say that he was a bill before he became a giant
glenn parker

NYG 5
04-24-2011, 05:03 PM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.
</p>


The only Giant I can think of that was on their team, and would be on ours later on, was Carlton Bailey</p>


</p>


Happy Easter everyone</p>

nope, i should say that he was a bill before he became a giant
glenn parker

nope, i wasn't thinking of glenn parker, i already used him in another question :) but yes, he DID start that game, and started in the last 3 buffalo super bowls, and was on the team for 1990, and part of the giant massacre of 2000, so if there ever was a football jynx, he's it.

jmike
04-24-2011, 07:31 PM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.
</p>


The only Giant I can think of that was on their team, and would be on ours later on, was Carlton Bailey</p>


</p>


Happy Easter everyone</p>

nope, i should say that he was a bill before he became a giant
glenn parker

nope, i wasn't thinking of glenn parker, i already used him in another question :) but yes, he DID start that game, and started in the last 3 buffalo super bowls, and was on the team for 1990, and part of the giant massacre of 2000, so if there ever was a football jynx, he's it.



Glenn Parker is one of like 3 players who have lost 5 super bowls.

YATittle1962
04-24-2011, 10:07 PM
fill in the blanks


in 1978 when the Giants played the Cardinals at home.....the Giants QB was _______ and that day he threw for a grand total of ______ yards in a 17 - 0 win over St. Louis

jomo
04-24-2011, 10:21 PM
fill in the blanks in 1978 when the Giants played the Cardinals at home.....the Giants QB was _______ and that day he threw for a grand total of ______ yards in a 17 - 0 win over St. LouisWell if it was 1978 it was probably Paterson Plank Joe at QB unless he was hurt. I have no memory of the game but I'll guess that he threw for 149 yards that day (an average outing for him),

YATittle1962
04-24-2011, 10:37 PM
fill in the blanks in 1978 when the Giants played the Cardinals at home.....the Giants QB was _______ and that day he threw for a grand total of ______ yards in a 17 - 0 win over St. LouisWell if it was 1978 it was probably Paterson Plank Joe at QB unless he was hurt. I have no memory of the game but I'll guess that he threw for 149 yards that day (an average outing for him),

all logical guesses my man......but neither are correct

zimonami
04-24-2011, 10:43 PM
fill in the blanks in 1978 when the Giants played the Cardinals at home.....the Giants QB was _______ and that day he threw for a grand total of ______ yards in a 17 - 0 win over St. LouisWell if it was 1978 it was probably Paterson Plank Joe at QB unless he was hurt. I have no memory of the game but I'll guess that he threw for 149 yards that day (an average outing for him),</P>


A very forgetable season (The Fumble year). We had Pisarcik, Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean at QB... wow, hurry up George Young and Phil.</P>


Can't argue with jomo on Pisarcik, but I'm gonna guess less than 100 yards by our QB in that game.</P>

zimonami
04-24-2011, 10:45 PM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.
</P>


The only Giant I can think of that was on their team, and would be on ours later on, was Carlton Bailey</P>


</P>


Happy Easter everyone</P>




nope, i should say that he was a bill before he became a giant
glenn parker

nope, i wasn't thinking of glenn parker, i already used him in another question :) but yes, he DID start that game, and started in the last 3 buffalo super bowls, and was on the team for 1990, and part of the giant massacre of 2000, so if there ever was a football jynx, he's it.



Glenn Parker is one of like 3 players who have lost 5 super bowls.
</P>


what are the odds?... you gotta feel snakebit.</P>

jomo
04-24-2011, 10:51 PM
fill in the blanks in 1978 when the Giants played the Cardinals at home.....the Giants QB was _______ and that day he threw for a grand total of ______ yards in a 17 - 0 win over St. LouisWell if it was 1978 it was probably Paterson Plank Joe at QB unless he was hurt. I have no memory of the game but I'll guess that he threw for 149 yards that day (an average outing for him),</P>


A very forgetable season (The Fumble year). We had Pisarcik, Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean at QB... wow, hurry up George Young and Phil.</P>


Can't argue with jomo on Pisarcik, but I'm gonna guess less than 100 yards by our QB in that game.</P>Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean ugh! Based on how YA framed the question, I wouldn't bet against you zim. &lt;100 yards is altogether possible given who was under center and the cast he had around him that year.

ny06
04-24-2011, 10:58 PM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.
</P>


The only Giant I can think of that was on their team, and would be on ours later on, was Carlton Bailey</P>


</P>


Happy Easter everyone</P>




nope, i should say that he was a bill before he became a giant
glenn parker

nope, i wasn't thinking of glenn parker, i already used him in another question :) but yes, he DID start that game, and started in the last 3 buffalo super bowls, and was on the team for 1990, and part of the giant massacre of 2000, so if there ever was a football jynx, he's it.



Glenn Parker is one of like 3 players who have lost 5 super bowls.
</P>


what are the odds?... you gotta feel snakebit.</P>


</P>


Or privileged, how many players can say they played in 5 superbowls</P>

lawl
04-24-2011, 11:00 PM
When are the new forums coming?</P>


Is this a valid question? lol</P>

YATittle1962
04-24-2011, 11:03 PM
When are the new forums coming?</P>


Is this a valid question? lol</P>

rumor has it June.....but you didnt hear that from me

lawl
04-24-2011, 11:07 PM
</P>


Thanks for the heads up.</P>

jomo
04-24-2011, 11:12 PM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.
</P>


The only Giant I can think of that was on their team, and would be on ours later on, was Carlton Bailey</P>


</P>


Happy Easter everyone</P>




nope, i should say that he was a bill before he became a giant
glenn parker

nope, i wasn't thinking of glenn parker, i already used him in another question :) but yes, he DID start that game, and started in the last 3 buffalo super bowls, and was on the team for 1990, and part of the giant massacre of 2000, so if there ever was a football jynx, he's it.



Glenn Parker is one of like 3 players who have lost 5 super bowls.
</P>


what are the odds?... you gotta feel snakebit.</P>


</P>


Or privileged, how many players can say they played in 5 superbowls</P>lol, for the rest of his life he gets to say to people: "you see those ringless fingers on my hand, they represent my 5 SB losses.

lawl
04-24-2011, 11:15 PM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.
</P>


The only Giant I can think of that was on their team, and would be on ours later on, was Carlton Bailey</P>


</P>


Happy Easter everyone</P>




nope, i should say that he was a bill before he became a giant
glenn parker

nope, i wasn't thinking of glenn parker, i already used him in another question :) but yes, he DID start that game, and started in the last 3 buffalo super bowls, and was on the team for 1990, and part of the giant massacre of 2000, so if there ever was a football jynx, he's it.



Glenn Parker is one of like 3 players who have lost 5 super bowls.
</P>


what are the odds?... you gotta feel snakebit.</P>


</P>


Or privileged, how many players can say they played in 5 superbowls</P>


lol, for the rest of his life he gets to say to people: "you see those ringless fingers on my hand, they represent my 5 SB losses.</P>


hahahahaha thats harsh</P>

jmike
04-24-2011, 11:22 PM
Kinda hard to hide who he heard it from now.

lawl
04-24-2011, 11:24 PM
i know what you mean</P>

zimonami
04-24-2011, 11:31 PM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.
</P>


The only Giant I can think of that was on their team, and would be on ours later on, was Carlton Bailey</P>


</P>


Happy Easter everyone</P>




nope, i should say that he was a bill before he became a giant
glenn parker

nope, i wasn't thinking of glenn parker, i already used him in another question :) but yes, he DID start that game, and started in the last 3 buffalo super bowls, and was on the team for 1990, and part of the giant massacre of 2000, so if there ever was a football jynx, he's it.



Glenn Parker is one of like 3 players who have lost 5 super bowls.
</P>


what are the odds?... you gotta feel snakebit.</P>


</P>


Or privileged, how many players can say they played in 5 superbowls</P>


</P>


true... many would give their right arm to play in one.</P>

jmike
04-24-2011, 11:54 PM
oops

hey, what do I ruin?

zimonami
04-25-2011, 01:24 AM
oops

hey, what do I ruin?

</P>


not a thing, jmike... your unique perspective and sense of humorarealways appreciated</P>

jmike
04-25-2011, 07:58 AM
oops

hey, what do I ruin?

</p>


not a thing, jmike... your unique perspective and sense of humorarealways appreciated</p>

Thanks zim....looks like he deleted the comment, so idk what he meant by it.

NYG 5
04-25-2011, 08:49 AM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.
</p>


The only Giant I can think of that was on their team, and would be on ours later on, was Carlton Bailey</p>


</p>


Happy Easter everyone</p>




nope, i should say that he was a bill before he became a giant
glenn parker

nope, i wasn't thinking of glenn parker, i already used him in another question :) but yes, he DID start that game, and started in the last 3 buffalo super bowls, and was on the team for 1990, and part of the giant massacre of 2000, so if there ever was a football jynx, he's it.



Glenn Parker is one of like 3 players who have lost 5 super bowls.
</p>


what are the odds?... you gotta feel snakebit.</p>


</p>


Or privileged, how many players can say they played in 5 superbowls</p>


</p>


true... many would give their right arm to play in one.</p>

http://www.giants.com/images/news/04_1013_02.jpg

it was this guy

rbcarpenter
04-25-2011, 08:58 AM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.
</P>


The only Giant I can think of that was on their team, and would be on ours later on, was Carlton Bailey</P>


</P>


Happy Easter everyone</P>




nope, i should say that he was a bill before he became a giant
glenn parker

nope, i wasn't thinking of glenn parker, i already used him in another question :) but yes, he DID start that game, and started in the last 3 buffalo super bowls, and was on the team for 1990, and part of the giant massacre of 2000, so if there ever was a football jynx, he's it.



Glenn Parker is one of like 3 players who have lost 5 super bowls.
</P>


what are the odds?... you gotta feel snakebit.</P>


</P>


Or privileged, how many players can say they played in 5 superbowls</P>


</P>


true... many would give their right arm to play in one.</P>

http://www.giants.com/images/news/04_1013_02.jpg

it was this guy
is that steve christie?

zimonami
04-25-2011, 09:10 AM
oops

hey, what do I ruin?

</P>


not a thing, jmike... your unique perspective and sense of humorarealways appreciated</P>




Thanks zim....looks like he deleted the comment, so idk what he meant by it.
</P>


lawl is a good guy... I'm sure he was just playing. :)</P>

YATittle1962
04-25-2011, 10:44 AM
fill in the blanks in 1978 when the Giants played the Cardinals at home.....the Giants QB was _______ and that day he threw for a grand total of ______ yards in a 17 - 0 win over St. LouisWell if it was 1978 it was probably Paterson Plank Joe at QB unless he was hurt. I have no memory of the game but I'll guess that he threw for 149 yards that day (an average outing for him),</P>


A very forgetable season (The Fumble year). We had Pisarcik, Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean at QB... wow, hurry up* George Young and Phil.</P>


Can't argue with jomo on Pisarcik, but I'm gonna guess less than 100 yards by our QB in that game.</P>Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean ugh! Based on how YA framed the question, I wouldn't bet against you zim. <100 yards is altogether possible given who was under center and the cast he had around him that year.

it was Randy Dean and he had a grand total of 24 passing yards

zimonami
04-25-2011, 12:52 PM
fill in the blanks in 1978 when the Giants played the Cardinals at home.....the Giants QB was _______ and that day he threw for a grand total of ______ yards in a 17 - 0 win over St. LouisWell if it was 1978 it was probably Paterson Plank Joe at QB unless he was hurt. I have no memory of the game but I'll guess that he threw for 149 yards that day (an average outing for him),</P>


A very forgetable season (The Fumble year). We had Pisarcik, Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean at QB... wow, hurry up George Young and Phil.</P>


Can't argue with jomo on Pisarcik, but I'm gonna guess less than 100 yards by our QB in that game.</P>


Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean ugh! Based on how YA framed the question, I wouldn't bet against you zim. &lt;100 yards is altogether possible given who was under center and the cast he had around him that year. it was Randy Dean and he had a grand total of 24 passing yards</P>


wow... and we won the game with 24 yds passing!!!!. DEFENSE!!</P>

jomo
04-25-2011, 01:16 PM
fill in the blanks in 1978 when the Giants played the Cardinals at home.....the Giants QB was _______ and that day he threw for a grand total of ______ yards in a 17 - 0 win over St. LouisWell if it was 1978 it was probably Paterson Plank Joe at QB unless he was hurt. I have no memory of the game but I'll guess that he threw for 149 yards that day (an average outing for him),</P>


A very forgetable season (The Fumble year). We had Pisarcik, Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean at QB... wow, hurry up George Young and Phil.</P>


Can't argue with jomo on Pisarcik, but I'm gonna guess less than 100 yards by our QB in that game.</P>


Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean ugh! Based on how YA framed the question, I wouldn't bet against you zim. &lt;100 yards is altogether possible given who was under center and the cast he had around him that year. it was Randy Dean and he had a grand total of 24 passing yards</P>


wow... and we won the game with 24 yds passing!!!!. DEFENSE!!</P>What's the big deal, sounds like he passed for his career average. [:D]

Roswell777
04-25-2011, 02:16 PM
Hey, easy on the Randy Dean talk, he was the best handball player the Giants ever had.

SEC105
04-25-2011, 03:13 PM
fill in the blanks in 1978 when the Giants played the Cardinals at home.....the Giants QB was _______ and that day he threw for a grand total of ______ yards in a 17 - 0 win over St. LouisWell if it was 1978 it was probably Paterson Plank Joe at QB unless he was hurt. I have no memory of the game but I'll guess that he threw for 149 yards that day (an average outing for him),</P>


A very forgetable season (The Fumble year). We had Pisarcik, Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean at QB... wow, hurry up George Young and Phil.</P>


Can't argue with jomo on Pisarcik, but I'm gonna guess less than 100 yards by our QB in that game.</P>


Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean ugh! Based on how YA framed the question, I wouldn't bet against you zim. &lt;100 yards is altogether possible given who was under center and the cast he had around him that year. it was Randy Dean and he had a grand total of 24 passing yards</P>


wow... and we won the game with 24 yds passing!!!!. DEFENSE!!</P>


What's the big deal, sounds like he passed for his career average. [:D]</P>


lmao Jomo.....since you guys are talking late seventies....who is guy [;)] and what are your memories of him?</P>


http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2008/12/16/gal_sports2.jpg</P>


Z</P>

jomo
04-25-2011, 04:42 PM
fill in the blanks in 1978 when the Giants played the Cardinals at home.....the Giants QB was _______ and that day he threw for a grand total of ______ yards in a 17 - 0 win over St. LouisWell if it was 1978 it was probably Paterson Plank Joe at QB unless he was hurt. I have no memory of the game but I'll guess that he threw for 149 yards that day (an average outing for him),</P>


A very forgetable season (The Fumble year). We had Pisarcik, Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean at QB... wow, hurry up George Young and Phil.</P>


Can't argue with jomo on Pisarcik, but I'm gonna guess less than 100 yards by our QB in that game.</P>


Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean ugh! Based on how YA framed the question, I wouldn't bet against you zim. &lt;100 yards is altogether possible given who was under center and the cast he had around him that year. it was Randy Dean and he had a grand total of 24 passing yards</P>


wow... and we won the game with 24 yds passing!!!!. DEFENSE!!</P>


What's the big deal, sounds like he passed for his career average. [:D]</P>


lmao Jomo.....since you guys are talking late seventies....who is guy [;)] and what are your memories of him?</P>


http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2008/12/16/gal_sports2.jpg</P>


Z</P>


That would be Joe Pisarcik, famous: </P>


-for having a nickname attached to a road, aka Patterson Plank Joe to underscore his humble talents, contrasting him withthe cross town super star Broadway Joe. </P>


-for trying tohand a football off to aLarry Czonka's hip. </P>


-for giving Herman Edwards his career highlight which was THE RETURN OF THE FUMBLE. </P>


Afairly awesome body of work if you ask me. [:D]</P>

SEC105
04-25-2011, 04:57 PM
fill in the blanks in 1978 when the Giants played the Cardinals at home.....the Giants QB was _______ and that day he threw for a grand total of ______ yards in a 17 - 0 win over St. LouisWell if it was 1978 it was probably Paterson Plank Joe at QB unless he was hurt. I have no memory of the game but I'll guess that he threw for 149 yards that day (an average outing for him),</P>


A very forgetable season (The Fumble year). We had Pisarcik, Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean at QB... wow, hurry up George Young and Phil.</P>


Can't argue with jomo on Pisarcik, but I'm gonna guess less than 100 yards by our QB in that game.</P>


Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean ugh! Based on how YA framed the question, I wouldn't bet against you zim. &lt;100 yards is altogether possible given who was under center and the cast he had around him that year. it was Randy Dean and he had a grand total of 24 passing yards</P>


wow... and we won the game with 24 yds passing!!!!. DEFENSE!!</P>


What's the big deal, sounds like he passed for his career average. [:D]</P>


lmao Jomo.....since you guys are talking late seventies....who is guy [;)] and what are your memories of him?</P>


http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2008/12/16/gal_sports2.jpg</P>


Z</P>


That would be Joe Pisarcik, famous for being named after a tertiary road aka Patterson Plank Joe to underscore his humble talents, contrasting him withthe cross town super star Broadway Joe. He was also famous for trying tohand a football off to aLarry Czonka's hip. He was responsible for giving Herman Edwards his career highlight which was THE RETURN OF THE FUMBLE. A pretty awesome body of work if you ask me. [:D]</P>


Yes lol an awesome body of work....... and we all know this would never had happened if we had had Randy Dean in there!!![:D]</P>


http://www.sportsvideodaily.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/nfl_a_pisarcik01_580.jpg</P>


Z</P>

Roswell777
04-25-2011, 05:00 PM
fill in the blanks in 1978 when the Giants played the Cardinals at home.....the Giants QB was _______ and that day he threw for a grand total of ______ yards in a 17 - 0 win over St. LouisWell if it was 1978 it was probably Paterson Plank Joe at QB unless he was hurt. I have no memory of the game but I'll guess that he threw for 149 yards that day (an average outing for him),</p>


A very forgetable season (The Fumble year). We had Pisarcik, Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean at QB... wow, hurry up George Young and Phil.</p>


Can't argue with jomo on Pisarcik, but I'm gonna guess less than 100 yards by our QB in that game.</p>


Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean ugh! Based on how YA framed the question, I wouldn't bet against you zim. &lt;100 yards is altogether possible given who was under center and the cast he had around him that year. it was Randy Dean and he had a grand total of 24 passing yards</p>


wow... and we won the game with 24 yds passing!!!!. DEFENSE!!</p>


What's the big deal, sounds like he passed for his career average. [:D]</p>


lmao Jomo.....since you guys are talking late seventies....who is guy [;)] and what are your memories of him?</p>


http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2008/12/16/gal_sports2.jpg</p>


Z</p>That would be Joe Pisarcik, famous for being named after a tertiary road aka Patterson Plank Joe to underscore his humble talents, contrasting him withthe cross town super star Broadway Joe. He was also famous for trying tohand a football off to aLarry Czonka's hip. He was responsible for giving Herman Edwards his career highlight which was THE RETURN OF THE FUMBLE. A pretty awesome body of work if you ask me. [:D]

You guys are going to laugh at me but, to this day, from what I remember, a handoff to Csonka was called in the huddle, (it shouldn't have been, but it was) and Pisarcik took the snap and went to give it to Csonka and Csonka wasn't ready for it (Csonka supposedly told Joe to just fall on it in the huddle), but Joe went to carry out the play. He shouldn't have, but he did.

Anyway, to me, Csonka was partly responsible.

SEC105
04-25-2011, 05:14 PM
fill in the blanks in 1978 when the Giants played the Cardinals at home.....the Giants QB was _______ and that day he threw for a grand total of ______ yards in a 17 - 0 win over St. LouisWell if it was 1978 it was probably Paterson Plank Joe at QB unless he was hurt. I have no memory of the game but I'll guess that he threw for 149 yards that day (an average outing for him),</P>


A very forgetable season (The Fumble year). We had Pisarcik, Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean at QB... wow, hurry up George Young and Phil.</P>


Can't argue with jomo on Pisarcik, but I'm gonna guess less than 100 yards by our QB in that game.</P>


Jerry Golsteyn and Randy Dean ugh! Based on how YA framed the question, I wouldn't bet against you zim. &lt;100 yards is altogether possible given who was under center and the cast he had around him that year. it was Randy Dean and he had a grand total of 24 passing yards</P>


wow... and we won the game with 24 yds passing!!!!. DEFENSE!!</P>


What's the big deal, sounds like he passed for his career average. [:D]</P>


lmao Jomo.....since you guys are talking late seventies....who is guy [;)] and what are your memories of him?</P>


http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2008/12/16/gal_sports2.jpg</P>


Z</P>


That would be Joe Pisarcik, famous for being named after a tertiary road aka Patterson Plank Joe to underscore his humble talents, contrasting him withthe cross town super star Broadway Joe. He was also famous for trying tohand a football off to aLarry Czonka's hip. He was responsible for giving Herman Edwards his career highlight which was THE RETURN OF THE FUMBLE. A pretty awesome body of work if you ask me. [:D]

You guys are going to laugh at me but, to this day, from what I remember, a handoff to Csonka was called in the huddle, (it shouldn't have been, but it was) and Pisarcik took the snap and went to give it to Csonka and Csonka wasn't ready for it (Csonka supposedly told Joe to just fall on it in the huddle), but Joe went to carry out the play. He shouldn't have, but he did.

Anyway, to me, Csonka was partly responsible.


</P>


We were just kidding around Ros........the play was called from upstairs by Bob Gibson , relayed down to the field where sideline coach Lindy Infante sent it in with TE Al Dixon. Joe did want to change the play because he had experinced Gibson's wrath before on changing plays. Nov. 19 , 1978</P>


Nov. 20th , 1978....Bob Gibson was fired</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
04-25-2011, 05:15 PM
Who's the Giant blocking this kick?</P>


http://www.sportsmemorabilia.com/image_php_611614.jpg</P>


Z</P>

lawl
04-25-2011, 05:16 PM
oops

hey, what do I ruin?

</P>


not a thing, jmike... your unique perspective and sense of humorarealways appreciated</P>




Thanks zim....looks like he deleted the comment, so idk what he meant by it.
</P>


it was sarcasm, not the easiest thing to convey in text [;)]</P>

Roswell777
04-25-2011, 06:05 PM
Who's the Giant blocking this kick?</p>


http://www.sportsmemorabilia.com/image_php_611614.jpg</p>


Z</p>

In the words of Brandon Marshall, "I'll take a stab at it....

Fred Dryer?

zimonami
04-25-2011, 08:55 PM
oops

hey, what do I ruin?

</P>


not a thing, jmike... your unique perspective and sense of humorarealways appreciated</P>




Thanks zim....looks like he deleted the comment, so idk what he meant by it.
</P>


it was sarcasm, not the easiest thing to convey in text [;)]</P>


</P>


Which was why I advised jmike that there was nothing wrong. And, a few posts further down I told her that I was sure you were kidding. </P>


I've known you long enough, lawl, to know that you weren't seriously criticizing her... it's not consistent with who you have always been on here... a standup guy... but as you say, that's hard to convey, unless you make it red (which ruins the fun of busting).</P>


</P>

NYG 5
04-25-2011, 08:56 PM
This Giant played a significant role in the Bills epic comeback against the Oilers in the 1992 playoffs.
</p>


The only Giant I can think of that was on their team, and would be on ours later on, was Carlton Bailey</p>


</p>


Happy Easter everyone</p>




nope, i should say that he was a bill before he became a giant
glenn parker

nope, i wasn't thinking of glenn parker, i already used him in another question :) but yes, he DID start that game, and started in the last 3 buffalo super bowls, and was on the team for 1990, and part of the giant massacre of 2000, so if there ever was a football jynx, he's it.



Glenn Parker is one of like 3 players who have lost 5 super bowls.
</p>


what are the odds?... you gotta feel snakebit.</p>


</p>


Or privileged, how many players can say they played in 5 superbowls</p>


</p>


true... many would give their right arm to play in one.</p>

http://www.giants.com/images/news/04_1013_02.jpg

it was this guy
is that steve christie?

yes sir. after week 4, he only missed one field goal. very underrated.

and in the oiler game, he recovered his own onside kick, and kicked the game winning field goal.

SEC105
04-25-2011, 09:14 PM
oops

hey, what do I ruin?

</P>


not a thing, jmike... your unique perspective and sense of humorarealways appreciated</P>




Thanks zim....looks like he deleted the comment, so idk what he meant by it.
</P>


it was sarcasm, not the easiest thing to convey in text [;)]</P>


</P>


</P>


Lawl......you are a UCF guy , no?......some tough news on Brandon Marshal?.....hopefully he will be OK</P>

SEC105
04-25-2011, 09:22 PM
Who's the Giant blocking this kick?</P>


http://www.sportsmemorabilia.com/image_php_611614.jpg</P>


Z</P>




In the words of Brandon Marshall, "I'll take a stab at it....

Fred Dryer?


</P>


Thats Fred.....good job Ros. Saw the gang was talking about him while I was away. Yes , he did live out of a VWvan while playing for the Giants. He was a California guy born and raised. Went toSan Diego State I think. Guess what you call a free spirit....but back thentheremany free spirits in the days of Woodstock At any rate FredDryer was a very goodplayer....</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
04-25-2011, 09:24 PM
What defensiverecord does Fred Dryer hold that may never be broken?. He had 2 off these in one game</P>


Z</P>

ny06
04-25-2011, 09:34 PM
What defensiverecord does Fred Dryer hold that may never be broken?. He had 2 off these in one game</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Didn't he have 2 safeties in one game?</P>

SEC105
04-25-2011, 09:48 PM
What defensiverecord does Fred Dryer hold that may never be broken?. He had 2 off these in one game</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Didn't he have 2 safeties in one game?</P>


</P>


Yes he did NY06... nice call.......as far as I know......no NFL player has ever done it pretty amazing when you think about it</P>


How have you been my friend?</P>


Z</P>

ny06
04-25-2011, 09:55 PM
What defensiverecord does Fred Dryer hold that may never be broken?. He had 2 off these in one game</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Didn't he have 2 safeties in one game?</P>


</P>


Yes he did NY06... nice call.......as far as I know......no NFL player has ever done it pretty amazing when you think about it</P>


How have you been my friend?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


It really is amazing.</P>


It is hard enough to get a safety in a season, let alone 2 in one game..</P>


I am doing well, how bout you SEC?</P>

SEC105
04-25-2011, 10:02 PM
What defensiverecord does Fred Dryer hold that may never be broken?. He had 2 off these in one game</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Didn't he have 2 safeties in one game?</P>


</P>


Yes he did NY06... nice call.......as far as I know......no NFL player has ever done it pretty amazing when you think about it</P>


How have you been my friend?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


It really is amazing.</P>


It is hard enough to get a safety in a season, let alone 2 in one game..</P>


I am doing well, how bout you SEC?</P>


</P>


I know ..right ? 2 safeties in one game amazing!</P>


Doing well also thanks</P>


You been up to the Island.....or just enjoying sunny Fla.? Sure glad winter is over and the 3 feet or so ofsnow we had.......it was a long one!</P>


Z</P>

jmike
04-26-2011, 02:33 AM
oops

hey, what do I ruin?

</p>


not a thing, jmike... your unique perspective and sense of humorarealways appreciated</p>




Thanks zim....looks like he deleted the comment, so idk what he meant by it.
</p>


it was sarcasm, not the easiest thing to convey in text [;)]</p>

Oh believe me I know that.

ny06
04-26-2011, 01:32 PM
What defensiverecord does Fred Dryer hold that may never be broken?. He had 2 off these in one game</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Didn't he have 2 safeties in one game?</P>


</P>


Yes he did NY06... nice call.......as far as I know......no NFL player has ever done it pretty amazing when you think about it</P>


How have you been my friend?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


It really is amazing.</P>


It is hard enough to get a safety in a season, let alone 2 in one game..</P>


I am doing well, how bout you SEC?</P>


</P>


I know ..right ? 2 safeties in one game amazing!</P>


Doing well also thanks</P>


You been up to the Island.....or just enjoying sunny Fla.? Sure glad winter is over and the 3 feet or so ofsnow we had.......it was a long one!</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I was at longisland a few months ago. </P>


Was just in Albany this past weekend with my son. </P>


The weather in Florida is starting to get hot, ugh</P>

SEC105
04-26-2011, 03:59 PM
What defensiverecord does Fred Dryer hold that may never be broken?. He had 2 off these in one game</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Didn't he have 2 safeties in one game?</P>


</P>


Yes he did NY06... nice call.......as far as I know......no NFL player has ever done it pretty amazing when you think about it</P>


How have you been my friend?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


It really is amazing.</P>


It is hard enough to get a safety in a season, let alone 2 in one game..</P>


I am doing well, how bout you SEC?</P>


</P>


I know ..right ? 2 safeties in one game amazing!</P>


Doing well also thanks</P>


You been up to the Island.....or just enjoying sunny Fla.? Sure glad winter is over and the 3 feet or so ofsnow we had.......it was a long one!</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I was at longisland a few months ago. </P>


Was just in Albany this past weekend with my son. </P>


The weather in Florida is starting to get hot, ugh</P>


</P>


Hope you had agreat time visiting your son [Y]</P>


I know about the Fla. heat lol......but it's benefits far out weigh it's detractions imo ...plus you got the good old A/C</P>


http://inlinethumb09.webshots.com/44296/2245584630103545687S500x500Q85.jpg</P>


Z</P>

ny06
04-26-2011, 04:01 PM
What defensiverecord does Fred Dryer hold that may never be broken?. He had 2 off these in one game</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Didn't he have 2 safeties in one game?</P>


</P>


Yes he did NY06... nice call.......as far as I know......no NFL player has ever done it pretty amazing when you think about it</P>


How have you been my friend?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


It really is amazing.</P>


It is hard enough to get a safety in a season, let alone 2 in one game..</P>


I am doing well, how bout you SEC?</P>


</P>


I know ..right ? 2 safeties in one game amazing!</P>


Doing well also thanks</P>


You been up to the Island.....or just enjoying sunny Fla.? Sure glad winter is over and the 3 feet or so ofsnow we had.......it was a long one!</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I was at longisland a few months ago. </P>


Was just in Albany this past weekend with my son. </P>


The weather in Florida is starting to get hot, ugh</P>


</P>


Hope you had agreat time visiting your son [Y]</P>


I know about the Fla. heat lol......but it's benefits far out weigh it's detractions imo ...plus you got the good old A/C</P>


http://inlinethumb09.webshots.com/44296/2245584630103545687S500x500Q85.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Can't beat the beautiful women down here =)</P>


I had a great time with my son, thanks for asking </P>

SEC105
04-26-2011, 04:05 PM
Can't remember if I asked this or not. This a Giant home game....where is it? and how many players can you identify?</P>


http://metspolice.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/shea-giants.jpg</P>


Z</P>

jomo
04-26-2011, 05:09 PM
What defensiverecord does Fred Dryer hold that may never be broken?. He had 2 off these in one game</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Didn't he have 2 safeties in one game?</P>


</P>


Yes he did NY06... nice call.......as far as I know......no NFL player has ever done it pretty amazing when you think about it</P>


How have you been my friend?</P>


Z</P>If I am not mistaken, I believe both of those safeties were recorded in the 4th period. How's that for closing strong? Anyone else have insights into why we traded away a rising star like Dryer, just 3 years into his career?

SEC105
04-26-2011, 05:23 PM
What defensiverecord does Fred Dryer hold that may never be broken?. He had 2 off these in one game</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Didn't he have 2 safeties in one game?</P>


</P>


Yes he did NY06... nice call.......as far as I know......no NFL player has ever done it pretty amazing when you think about it</P>


How have you been my friend?</P>


Z</P>


If I am not mistaken, I believe both of those safeties were recorded in the 4th period. How's that for closing strong? Anyone else have insights into why we traded away a rising star like Dryer, just 3 years into his career?</P>


Posted the following last night Jomo......just my recollection of why we let him go</P>


Thats Fred.....good job Ros. Saw the gang was talking about him while I was away. Yes , he did live out of a VWvan while playing for the Giants. He was a California guy born and raised. Went toSan Diego State I think. Guess what you call a free spirit....but back thentheremany free spirits in the days of Woodstock At any rate FredDryer was a very goodplayer....</P>


Z</P>

jomo
04-26-2011, 05:53 PM
Thanks for that SEC

NYG 5
04-26-2011, 08:22 PM
Can't remember if I asked this or not. This a Giant home game....where is it? and how many players can you identify?</p>


http://metspolice.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/shea-giants.jpg</p>


Z</p>
yale? can't be yankee stadium

YATittle1962
04-26-2011, 11:16 PM
Can't remember if I asked this or not. This a Giant home game....where is it?** and how many players can you identify?</p>


http://metspolice.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/shea-giants.jpg</p>


Z</p>
yale? can't be yankee stadium



I dont remember there being a score board like that at the Yale Bowl.....

looks like maybe Shea to me.....

30 is Ron Johnson
61 is Chandler?
29 cant think of his name
73 Tom Mullen.....pretty good player

stormin normand
04-27-2011, 12:55 AM
What defensive*record does Fred Dryer hold that may never be broken?. He had 2 off these in one game</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Didn't he have 2 safeties in one game?</P>


</P>


Yes he did NY06... nice call.......as far as I know......no NFL player has ever done it**** pretty amazing when you think about it</P>


How have you been my friend?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


It really is amazing.</P>


It is hard enough to get a safety in a season, let alone 2 in one game..</P>


I am doing well, how bout you SEC?</P>


</P>


I know ..right ?** 2 safeties in one game* amazing!</P>


Doing well also***** thanks</P>


You been up to the Island.....or just enjoying sunny Fla.?***** Sure glad winter is over and the 3 feet or so of*snow we had.......it was a long one!</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I was at longisland a few months ago. </P>


Was just in Albany this past weekend with my son. </P>


The weather in Florida is starting to get hot, ugh</P>


</P>


Hope you had a*great time visiting your son* [Y]</P>


I know about the Fla. heat lol......but it's benefits far out weigh it's detractions* imo** ...plus you got the good old A/C*</P>


*http://inlinethumb09.webshots.com/44296/2245584630103545687S500x500Q85.jpg</P>


Z</P>
sec 105 just curious do you know if she sells her bath water. just curious:)

jmike
04-27-2011, 08:22 AM
Can't remember if I asked this or not. This a Giant home game....where is it? and how many players can you identify?</p>


http://metspolice.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/shea-giants.jpg</p>


Z</p>
yale? can't be yankee stadium



I dont remember there being a score board like that at the Yale Bowl.....

looks like maybe Shea to me.....

30 is Ron Johnson
61 is Chandler?
29 cant think of his name
73 Tom Mullen.....pretty good player

#59 is Schmit

jints10
04-27-2011, 08:54 AM
Can't remember if I asked this or not. This a Giant home game....where is it? and how many players can you identify?</p>


http://metspolice.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/shea-giants.jpg</p>


Z</p>
yale? can't be yankee stadium



I dont remember there being a score board like that at the Yale Bowl.....

looks like maybe Shea to me.....

30 is Ron Johnson
61 is Chandler?
29 cant think of his name
73 Tom Mullen.....pretty good player

#59 is Schmit

Looks like Shea Stadium to me

zimonami
04-27-2011, 10:00 AM
Can't remember if I asked this or not. This a Giant home game....where is it? and how many players can you identify?</P>


http://metspolice.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/shea-giants.jpg</P>


Z</P>



yale? can't be yankee stadium

I dont remember there being a score board like that at the Yale Bowl..... looks like maybe Shea to me..... 30 is Ron Johnson 61 is Chandler? 29 cant think of his name 73 Tom Mullen.....pretty good player

#59 is Schmit

Looks like Shea Stadium to me
</P>


looks like Shea from the 1st base dugout.</P>


Good call on #59, jmike. :)</P>


Who's punting??... for 100 bonus points (look it up!)</P>


</P>

YATittle1962
04-27-2011, 12:01 PM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants?

and how many can you name?






Z

rbcarpenter
04-27-2011, 01:31 PM
Can't remember if I asked this or not. This a Giant home game....where is it? and how many players can you identify?</P>


http://metspolice.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/shea-giants.jpg</P>


Z</P>



yale? can't be yankee stadium

I dont remember there being a score board like that at the Yale Bowl..... looks like maybe Shea to me..... 30 is Ron Johnson 61 is Chandler? 29 cant think of his name 73 Tom Mullen.....pretty good player

#59 is Schmit

Looks like Shea Stadium to me
</P>


looks like Shea from the 1st base dugout.</P>


Good call on #59, jmike. :)</P>


Who's punting??... for 100 bonus points (look it up!)</P>


</P>mitch hoopes?

SEC105
04-27-2011, 04:09 PM
What defensiverecord does Fred Dryer hold that may never be broken?. He had 2 off these in one game</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Didn't he have 2 safeties in one game?</P>


</P>


Yes he did NY06... nice call.......as far as I know......no NFL player has ever done it pretty amazing when you think about it</P>


How have you been my friend?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


It really is amazing.</P>


It is hard enough to get a safety in a season, let alone 2 in one game..</P>


I am doing well, how bout you SEC?</P>


</P>


I know ..right ? 2 safeties in one game amazing!</P>


Doing well also thanks</P>


You been up to the Island.....or just enjoying sunny Fla.? Sure glad winter is over and the 3 feet or so ofsnow we had.......it was a long one!</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I was at longisland a few months ago. </P>


Was just in Albany this past weekend with my son. </P>


The weather in Florida is starting to get hot, ugh</P>


</P>


Hope you had agreat time visiting your son [Y]</P>


I know about the Fla. heat lol......but it's benefits far out weigh it's detractions imo ...plus you got the good old A/C</P>


http://inlinethumb09.webshots.com/44296/2245584630103545687S500x500Q85.jpg</P>


Z</P>


sec 105 just curious do you know if she sells her bath water. just curious:)</P>


lol...outa luck on that one"Storming.....for viewing purposes only [:D]</P>


http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/fotosmurf/fotosmurf0709/fotosmurf070900028/1639310-pretty-blond-woman-relaxing-in-the-bubble-bath.jpg</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
04-27-2011, 04:11 PM
Can't remember if I asked this or not. This a Giant home game....where is it? and how many players can you identify?</P>


http://metspolice.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/shea-giants.jpg</P>


Z</P>



yale? can't be yankee stadium

I dont remember there being a score board like that at the Yale Bowl..... looks like maybe Shea to me..... 30 is Ron Johnson 61 is Chandler? 29 cant think of his name 73 Tom Mullen.....pretty good player

#59 is Schmit

Looks like Shea Stadium to me
</P>


looks like Shea from the 1st base dugout.</P>


Good call on #59, jmike. :)</P>


Who's punting??... for 100 bonus points (look it up!)</P>


</P>


mitch hoopes?</P>


It's Dallas Cowboy SB punter Mitch Hoopes RBC</P>


http://www.dallasnews.com/incoming/20110129-006sbx.jpg.ece/ALTERNATES/w310/006sbX.JPG</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
04-27-2011, 04:15 PM
Can't remember if I asked this or not. This a Giant home game....where is it? and how many players can you identify?</P>


http://metspolice.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/shea-giants.jpg</P>


Z</P>



yale? can't be yankee stadium

I dont remember there being a score board like that at the Yale Bowl..... looks like maybe Shea to me..... 30 is Ron Johnson 61 is Chandler? 29 cant think of his name 73 Tom Mullen.....pretty good player

#59 is Schmit

Looks like Shea Stadium to me
</P>


looks like Shea from the 1st base dugout.</P>


Good call on #59, jmike. :)</P>


Who's punting??... for 100 bonus points (look it up!)</P>


</P>


</P>


Good job Gang...........all names and numbers look correct. Yes , it is Shea Stadium</P>


However .....who is Giant no. 29?
Z</P>

Roswell777
04-27-2011, 05:26 PM
Seeing Mitch Hoopes made me think of Danny Villanueva...

jomo
04-27-2011, 07:40 PM
http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQcGjXXH2qgUNZwRvOYCamsb7Qfp9gmA LYWZhyhtszn5IFeChXJ</P>


A first round pick in the 1978 draft, this offensive tackle was considered huge in his day at 6-6 275lbs. He played at Stanford and was a very good player for us. Who was it?</P>

zimonami
04-27-2011, 09:24 PM
http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQcGjXXH2qgUNZwRvOYCamsb7Qfp9gmA LYWZhyhtszn5IFeChXJ</P>


A first round pick in the 1978 draft, this offensive tackle was considered huge in his day at 6-6 275lbs. He played at Stanford and was a very good player for us. Who was it?</P>


</P>


Gordon King... he was solid but was often injured and so didn't play many full seasons</P>

YATittle1962
04-27-2011, 10:14 PM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants?

and how many can you name?






Z

this got lost in the shuffe

take it away boys...............................and girl

ny06
04-27-2011, 10:26 PM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants? and how many can you name? Z</P>


Eli, Jacobs, Bradshaw, Smith, Manningham, Nicks, Boss, Diehl, Snee, Osi, Tuck, Phillips, Ross, Webster, Thomas, Blackburn, Dodge, deOssie, Barden, Dillard, Joseph, Koets, Beatty, Beckum, Cofield, Petrus, Wilkinson, M. Johnson, Kiwi, Sintim</P>

YATittle1962
04-27-2011, 10:32 PM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants? and how many can you name? Z</P>


Eli, Jacobs, Bradshaw, Smith, Manningham, Nicks, Boss, Diehl, Snee, Osi, Tuck, Phillips, Ross, Webster, Thomas, Blackburn, Dodge, deOssie, Barden, Dillard, Joseph, Koets, Beatty, Beckum, Cofield, Petrus, Wilkinson, M. Johnson, Kiwi, Sintim</P>

there are 31 and I think you have 30 here.....

problem is....I have no idea who you are missing :)

very nicely done 06

ny06
04-27-2011, 10:41 PM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants? and how many can you name? Z</P>


Eli, Jacobs, Bradshaw, Smith, Manningham, Nicks, Boss, Diehl, Snee, Osi, Tuck, Phillips, Ross, Webster, Thomas, Blackburn, Dodge, deOssie, Barden, Dillard, Joseph, Koets, Beatty, Beckum, Cofield, Petrus, Wilkinson, M. Johnson, Kiwi, Sintim</P>


there are 31 and I think you have 30 here..... problem is....I have no idea who you are missing :) very nicely done 06</P>


Adrian Tracy</P>


I would have forgot about him if it wasn't for posters talking about him once ina blue moon. </P>

zimonami
04-28-2011, 01:35 AM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants? and how many can you name? Z</P>


Eli, Jacobs, Bradshaw, Smith, Manningham, Nicks, Boss, Diehl, Snee, Osi, Tuck, Phillips, Ross, Webster, Thomas, Blackburn, Dodge, deOssie, Barden, Dillard, Joseph, Koets, Beatty, Beckum, Cofield, Petrus, Wilkinson, M. Johnson, Kiwi, Sintim</P>


there are 31 and I think you have 30 here..... problem is....I have no idea who you are missing :) very nicely done 06</P>


Adrian Tracy</P>


I would have forgot about him if it wasn't for posters talking about him once ina blue moon. </P>


</P>


wow, great job 06. And, I never would have gotten Tracy</P>

jints10
04-28-2011, 08:58 AM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants? and how many can you name? Z</P>


Eli, Jacobs, Bradshaw, Smith, Manningham, Nicks, Boss, Diehl, Snee, Osi, Tuck, Phillips, Ross, Webster, Thomas, Blackburn, Dodge, deOssie, Barden, Dillard, Joseph, Koets, Beatty, Beckum, Cofield, Petrus, Wilkinson, M. Johnson, Kiwi, Sintim</P>


there are 31 and I think you have 30 here..... problem is....I have no idea who you are missing :) very nicely done 06</P>


Adrian Tracy</P>


I would have forgot about him if it wasn't for posters talking about him once ina blue moon. </P>


</P>


wow, great job 06. And, I never would have gotten Tracy</P>


</P>


Eli was not drafted by the NY Giants</P>

YATittle1962
04-28-2011, 01:11 PM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants? and how many can you name? Z</P>


Eli, Jacobs, Bradshaw, Smith, Manningham, Nicks, Boss, Diehl, Snee, Osi, Tuck, Phillips, Ross, Webster, Thomas, Blackburn, Dodge, deOssie, Barden, Dillard, Joseph, Koets, Beatty, Beckum, Cofield, Petrus, Wilkinson, M. Johnson, Kiwi, Sintim</P>


there are 31 and I think you have 30 here..... problem is....I have no idea who you are missing :) very nicely done 06</P>


Adrian Tracy</P>


I would have forgot about him if it wasn't for posters talking about him once in*a blue moon. </P>


</P>


wow, great job 06. And, I never would have gotten Tracy</P>


</P>


Eli was not drafted by the NY Giants</P>

good point

ny06
04-28-2011, 01:20 PM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants? and how many can you name? Z</P>


Eli, Jacobs, Bradshaw, Smith, Manningham, Nicks, Boss, Diehl, Snee, Osi, Tuck, Phillips, Ross, Webster, Thomas, Blackburn, Dodge, deOssie, Barden, Dillard, Joseph, Koets, Beatty, Beckum, Cofield, Petrus, Wilkinson, M. Johnson, Kiwi, Sintim</P>


there are 31 and I think you have 30 here..... problem is....I have no idea who you are missing :) very nicely done 06</P>


Adrian Tracy</P>


I would have forgot about him if it wasn't for posters talking about him once ina blue moon. </P>


</P>


wow, great job 06. And, I never would have gotten Tracy</P>


</P>


Eli was not drafted by the NY Giants</P>


</P>


Your right. </P>


How I forgot that, I will never know lol</P>

zimonami
04-28-2011, 01:43 PM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants? and how many can you name? Z</P>


Eli, Jacobs, Bradshaw, Smith, Manningham, Nicks, Boss, Diehl, Snee, Osi, Tuck, Phillips, Ross, Webster, Thomas, Blackburn, Dodge, deOssie, Barden, Dillard, Joseph, Koets, Beatty, Beckum, Cofield, Petrus, Wilkinson, M. Johnson, Kiwi, Sintim</P>


there are 31 and I think you have 30 here..... problem is....I have no idea who you are missing :) very nicely done 06</P>


Adrian Tracy</P>


I would have forgot about him if it wasn't for posters talking about him once ina blue moon. </P>


</P>


wow, great job 06. And, I never would have gotten Tracy</P>


</P>


Eli was not drafted by the NY Giants</P>


</P>


Your right. </P>


How I forgot that, I will never know lol</P>


</P>


It's a malady I've been forced to recognize as I approach my 65th year... it's called 'Brain Farts'.</P>

YATittle1962
04-28-2011, 02:02 PM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants? and how many can you name? Z</P>


Eli, Jacobs, Bradshaw, Smith, Manningham, Nicks, Boss, Diehl, Snee, Osi, Tuck, Phillips, Ross, Webster, Thomas, Blackburn, Dodge, deOssie, Barden, Dillard, Joseph, Koets, Beatty, Beckum, Cofield, Petrus, Wilkinson, M. Johnson, Kiwi, Sintim</P>


there are 31 and I think you have 30 here..... problem is....I have no idea who you are missing :) very nicely done 06</P>


Adrian Tracy</P>


I would have forgot about him if it wasn't for posters talking about him once in*a blue moon. </P>


</P>


wow, great job 06. And, I never would have gotten Tracy</P>


</P>


Eli was not drafted by the NY Giants</P>


</P>


Your right. </P>


How I forgot that, I will never know lol</P>

so then thats still 30 even with Tracy.....I wonder if my source (NFLN) was including Eli as well......or are we still missing someone?

SEC105
04-28-2011, 04:08 PM
This isa former no. 1 draft pick for the Giants.....playing in the Orange Bowl I think....who is it?</P>


http://www.mmbolding.com/bowls/Orange642.jpg</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
04-28-2011, 04:11 PM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants? and how many can you name? Z</P>


Eli, Jacobs, Bradshaw, Smith, Manningham, Nicks, Boss, Diehl, Snee, Osi, Tuck, Phillips, Ross, Webster, Thomas, Blackburn, Dodge, deOssie, Barden, Dillard, Joseph, Koets, Beatty, Beckum, Cofield, Petrus, Wilkinson, M. Johnson, Kiwi, Sintim</P>


there are 31 and I think you have 30 here..... problem is....I have no idea who you are missing :) very nicely done 06</P>


Adrian Tracy</P>


I would have forgot about him if it wasn't for posters talking about him once ina blue moon. </P>


</P>


wow, great job 06. And, I never would have gotten Tracy</P>


</P>


Eli was not drafted by the NY Giants</P>


</P>


Your right. </P>


How I forgot that, I will never know lol</P>


so then thats still 30 even with Tracy.....I wonder if my source (NFLN) was including Eli as well......or are we still missing someone?</P>


Put a caption to this pick Gang.....what are Eli and Archie thinking? lol</P>


http://www.blogcdn.com/www.aolnews.com/media/2009/05/eli-manning-chargers-052709.jpg</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
04-28-2011, 05:27 PM
This isa former no. 1 draft pick for the Giants.....playing in the Orange Bowl I think....who is it?</P>


http://www.mmbolding.com/bowls/Orange642.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Oh ...I can't wait lol The draft is only a few hours away It's Tucker Fredrickson</P>


Pictured here on the rightwith who?</P>


http://img.fanbase.com/media.fanbase.com/8/38072/f005d1bb5e14a3463d50e4b645661b001912feff.jpg?x=332 &amp;y=227&amp;sig=424d63484c37f47b51fb404347b67dce</P>


Z</P>

NYG 5
04-28-2011, 07:52 PM
Ron Dayne didn't take a single snap in 2003. Why was that?

YATittle1962
04-28-2011, 11:23 PM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants? and how many can you name? Z</P>


Eli, Jacobs, Bradshaw, Smith, Manningham, Nicks, Boss, Diehl, Snee, Osi, Tuck, Phillips, Ross, Webster, Thomas, Blackburn, Dodge, deOssie, Barden, Dillard, Joseph, Koets, Beatty, Beckum, Cofield, Petrus, Wilkinson, M. Johnson, Kiwi, Sintim</P>


there are 31 and I think you have 30 here..... problem is....I have no idea who you are missing :) very nicely done 06</P>


Adrian Tracy</P>


I would have forgot about him if it wasn't for posters talking about him once in*a blue moon. </P>


</P>


wow, great job 06. And, I never would have gotten Tracy</P>


</P>


Eli was not drafted by the NY Giants</P>


</P>


Your right. </P>


How I forgot that, I will never know lol</P>


so then thats still 30 even with Tracy.....I wonder if my source (NFLN) was including Eli as well......or are we still missing someone?</P>


Put a caption to this pick Gang.....what are Eli and Archie thinking?** lol</P>


http://www.blogcdn.com/www.aolnews.com/media/2009/05/eli-manning-chargers-052709.jpg</P>


Z</P>

****!

rbcarpenter
04-29-2011, 02:22 AM
how many of the NY Football Giants on the current roster were drafted by the Giants? and how many can you name? Z</P>


Eli, Jacobs, Bradshaw, Smith, Manningham, Nicks, Boss, Diehl, Snee, Osi, Tuck, Phillips, Ross, Webster, Thomas, Blackburn, Dodge, deOssie, Barden, Dillard, Joseph, Koets, Beatty, Beckum, Cofield, Petrus, Wilkinson, M. Johnson, Kiwi, Sintim</P>


there are 31 and I think you have 30 here..... problem is....I have no idea who you are missing :) very nicely done 06</P>


Adrian Tracy</P>


I would have forgot about him if it wasn't for posters talking about him once ina blue moon. </P>


</P>


wow, great job 06. And, I never would have gotten Tracy</P>


</P>


Eli was not drafted by the NY Giants</P>


</P>


Your right. </P>


How I forgot that, I will never know lol</P>


so then thats still 30 even with Tracy.....I wonder if my source (NFLN) was including Eli as well......or are we still missing someone?</P>


Put a caption to this pick Gang.....what are Eli and Archie thinking? lol</P>


http://www.blogcdn.com/www.aolnews.com/media/2009/05/eli-manning-chargers-052709.jpg</P>


Z</P>


eli:i am SO not signing,i told them not to pick me...</P>


archie:he's so gone...</P>

Roswell777
04-29-2011, 04:07 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.

rbcarpenter
04-30-2011, 02:02 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?)

Roswell777
04-30-2011, 07:26 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.*

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?)

Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.

SEC105
04-30-2011, 11:02 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</P>


Z</P>

zimonami
05-01-2011, 11:06 AM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</P>


Z</P>


</P>


wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</P>

Roswell777
05-01-2011, 01:18 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</p>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</p>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</p>


Z</p>


</p>


wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</p>

I'm not certain but I think he was in The Longest Yard....Burt Reynolds version, not that hack Adam Sandler. Great name, great college QB.

ny06
05-01-2011, 02:22 PM
Name the player who snapped the ball in the famous 1958 game against the Browns?</P>


http://i52.tinypic.com/2r5douc.jpg</P>

jomo
05-01-2011, 09:19 PM
Name the player who snapped the ball in the famous 1958 game against the Browns?</P>


http://i52.tinypic.com/2r5douc.jpg</P>Ray Wietecha was our center that year. Was it him?

jmike
05-02-2011, 08:07 AM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?)

Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.

Jim Plunkett



edit: I guess maybe I should have checked the next page before answering. Damn impulse control!

ny06
05-02-2011, 01:06 PM
Name the player who snapped the ball in the famous 1958 game against the Browns?</P>


http://i52.tinypic.com/2r5douc.jpg</P>


Ray Wietecha was our center that year. Was it him?</P>


Correct</P>


Good job jomo</P>

jomo
05-02-2011, 02:59 PM
Name the player who snapped the ball in the famous 1958 game against the Browns?</P>


http://i52.tinypic.com/2r5douc.jpg</P>


Ray Wietecha was our center that year. Was it him?</P>


Correct</P>


Good job jomo</P>


like most old timers, I remember more from when I was a kid than what happened yesterday. I was too young to remember the 1958 game but Wietecha lasted into the early '60's as a stand out center for us. He never missed a game in 10 years for us.</P>


What else was he known for after his playing days ended? (hint: it also had to do with football)</P>

SEC105
05-02-2011, 03:58 PM
Name the player who snapped the ball in the famous 1958 game against the Browns?</P>


http://i52.tinypic.com/2r5douc.jpg</P>


Ray Wietecha was our center that year. Was it him?</P>


Correct</P>


Good job jomo</P>


like most old timers, I remember more from when I was a kid than what happened yesterday. I was too young to remember the 1958 game but Wietecha lasted into the early '60's as a stand out center for us. He never missed a game in 10 years for us.</P>


What else was he known for after his playing days ended? (hint: it also had to do with football)</P>


</P>


Did it have something to do with this man Jomo? [;)]</P>


http://www.sportsmemorabilia.com/files/cache/1fe/vince-lombardi-green-bay-packers-8x10-photograph-talking-to-bart-starr_1fe13966fa1cb6a827737e4c5c766046.jpg</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
05-02-2011, 05:49 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</P>


Z</P>


</P>


wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</P>




I'm not certain but I think he was in The Longest Yard....Burt Reynolds version, not that hack Adam Sandler. Great name, great college QB.


</P>


I think you are right Ros.....Sonny Sixkiller was in the original Longest Yard [not the Adam sandler hack version lol]</P>


Sonny went undrafted as did another Washington QB....This guy is now in the HOF....any idea who that is?</P>


Z</P>

rbcarpenter
05-02-2011, 06:06 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</P>


Z</P>


</P>


wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</P>




I'm not certain but I think he was in The Longest Yard....Burt Reynolds version, not that hack Adam Sandler. Great name, great college QB.


</P>


I think you are right Ros.....Sonny Sixkiller was in the original Longest Yard [not the Adam sandler hack version lol]</P>


Sonny went undrafted as did another Washington QB....This guy is now in the HOF....any idea who that is?</P>


Z</P>warren moon.

jomo
05-02-2011, 06:46 PM
Name the player who snapped the ball in the famous 1958 game against the Browns?</P>


http://i52.tinypic.com/2r5douc.jpg</P>


Ray Wietecha was our center that year. Was it him?</P>


Correct</P>


Good job jomo</P>


like most old timers, I remember more from when I was a kid than what happened yesterday. I was too young to remember the 1958 game but Wietecha lasted into the early '60's as a stand out center for us. He never missed a game in 10 years for us.</P>


What else was he known for after his playing days ended? (hint: it also had to do with football)</P>


</P>


Did it have something to do with this man Jomo? [;)]</P>


http://www.sportsmemorabilia.com/files/cache/1fe/vince-lombardi-green-bay-packers-8x10-photograph-talking-to-bart-starr_1fe13966fa1cb6a827737e4c5c766046.jpg</P>


Z</P>Yessir SEC! He was the offensive coordinator for the Green Bay Packers and was there for Super Bowl 1 and 2 victories. You don't miss anything do you? [B]

jomo
05-02-2011, 08:16 PM
.........as an aside Ray Wietecha never missed a start in 10 years.</P>


I have asked this questions about others, now I'll ask it about Wietecha. </P>


As a starting center in 1960, can you tell me Wietecha's height and weight within an inch and 5 pounds?</P>

rbcarpenter
05-02-2011, 08:36 PM
.........as an aside Ray Wietecha never missed a start in 10 years.</P>


I have asked this questions about others, now I'll ask it about Wietecha. </P>


As a starting center in 1960, can you tell me Wietecha's height and weight within an inch and 5 pounds?</P>5'11",190

jomo
05-02-2011, 09:29 PM
.........as an aside Ray Wietecha never missed a start in 10 years.</P>


I have asked this questions about others, now I'll ask it about Wietecha. </P>


As a starting center in 1960, can you tell me Wietecha's height and weight within an inch and 5 pounds?</P>5'11",190lol, that is an aggressive guess but a little shy on both counts. How's 6'1" 225lbs strike you for an Olineman? I would guess that many of today's Olinemen were 225 as high school freshmen.

rbcarpenter
05-02-2011, 09:57 PM
.........as an aside Ray Wietecha never missed a start in 10 years.</P>


I have asked this questions about others, now I'll ask it about Wietecha. </P>


As a starting center in 1960, can you tell me Wietecha's height and weight within an inch and 5 pounds?</P>5'11",190lol, that is an aggressive guess but a little shy on both counts. How's 6'1" 225lbs strike you for an Olineman? I would guess that many of today's Olinemen were 225 as high school freshmen.just a guess off the cuff,i figured since he started in the early 50's he was still pony sized instead of clydsedale,lol!

SEC105
05-04-2011, 03:02 PM
Name the player who snapped the ball in the famous 1958 game against the Browns?</P>


http://i52.tinypic.com/2r5douc.jpg</P>


Ray Wietecha was our center that year. Was it him?</P>


Correct</P>


Good job jomo</P>


like most old timers, I remember more from when I was a kid than what happened yesterday. I was too young to remember the 1958 game but Wietecha lasted into the early '60's as a stand out center for us. He never missed a game in 10 years for us.</P>


What else was he known for after his playing days ended? (hint: it also had to do with football)</P>


</P>


Did it have something to do with this man Jomo? [;)]</P>


http://www.sportsmemorabilia.com/files/cache/1fe/vince-lombardi-green-bay-packers-8x10-photograph-talking-to-bart-starr_1fe13966fa1cb6a827737e4c5c766046.jpg</P>


Z</P>


Yessir SEC! He was the offensive coordinator for the Green Bay Packers and was there for Super Bowl 1 and 2 victories. You don't miss anything do you? [B]</P>


Trust me Jomo.....I"ve swung and missed at my fair share ....lol</P>


</P>


http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1295/875765179_413ede5785.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>

SEC105
05-04-2011, 03:04 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</P>


Z</P>


</P>


wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</P>




I'm not certain but I think he was in The Longest Yard....Burt Reynolds version, not that hack Adam Sandler. Great name, great college QB.


</P>


I think you are right Ros.....Sonny Sixkiller was in the original Longest Yard [not the Adam sandler hack version lol]</P>


Sonny went undrafted as did another Washington QB....This guy is now in the HOF....any idea who that is?</P>


Z</P>


warren moon.</P>


Yup it was Warren....What team is he playing for here?</P>


http://cfl-scrapbook.no-ip.org/images/Moon.Warren-wide1.JPG</P>


Z</P>

rbcarpenter
05-04-2011, 04:00 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</P>


Z</P>


</P>


wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</P>




I'm not certain but I think he was in The Longest Yard....Burt Reynolds version, not that hack Adam Sandler. Great name, great college QB.


</P>


I think you are right Ros.....Sonny Sixkiller was in the original Longest Yard [not the Adam sandler hack version lol]</P>


Sonny went undrafted as did another Washington QB....This guy is now in the HOF....any idea who that is?</P>


Z</P>


warren moon.</P>


Yup it was Warren....What team is he playing for here?</P>


http://cfl-scrapbook.no-ip.org/images/Moon.Warren-wide1.JPG</P>


Z</P>the edmonton eskimoes...didn't he win 4 or 5 staight grey cups for them?

SEC105
05-04-2011, 04:09 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</P>


Z</P>


</P>


wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</P>




I'm not certain but I think he was in The Longest Yard....Burt Reynolds version, not that hack Adam Sandler. Great name, great college QB.


</P>


I think you are right Ros.....Sonny Sixkiller was in the original Longest Yard [not the Adam sandler hack version lol]</P>


Sonny went undrafted as did another Washington QB....This guy is now in the HOF....any idea who that is?</P>


Z</P>


warren moon.</P>


Yup it was Warren....What team is he playing for here?</P>


http://cfl-scrapbook.no-ip.org/images/Moon.Warren-wide1.JPG</P>


Z</P>


the edmonton eskimoes...didn't he win 4 or 5 staight grey cups for them?</P>


Yup....think it's 5 RBC only he and one other person are in both HOFs USA and Canada</P>


who's the other ?</P>


http://www.rankopedia.com/CandidatePix/25536.gif</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
05-04-2011, 04:27 PM
Who's this Giant WR?</P>


http://www.wash-greenesportshall.org/images/2000/HERRMANN.jpg</P>


Z</P>

jmike
05-04-2011, 07:57 PM
There are 3 colleges represented by 3 different players currently on the roster. What 3 colleges?

rbcarpenter
05-05-2011, 01:31 AM
There are 3 colleges represented by 3 different players currently on the roster. What 3 colleges?
isn't troy one of them,possibly usc another....damn idk,lol!

jints10
05-05-2011, 07:14 AM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</P>


Z</P>


</P>


wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</P>




I'm not certain but I think he was in The Longest Yard....Burt Reynolds version, not that hack Adam Sandler. Great name, great college QB.


</P>


I think you are right Ros.....Sonny Sixkiller was in the original Longest Yard [not the Adam sandler hack version lol]</P>


Sonny went undrafted as did another Washington QB....This guy is now in the HOF....any idea who that is?</P>


Z</P>


warren moon.</P>


Yup it was Warren....What team is he playing for here?</P>


http://cfl-scrapbook.no-ip.org/images/Moon.Warren-wide1.JPG</P>


Z</P>


the edmonton eskimoes...didn't he win 4 or 5 staight grey cups for them?</P>


Yup....think it's 5 RBC only he and one other person are in both HOFs USA and Canada</P>


who's the other ?</P>


http://www.rankopedia.com/CandidatePix/25536.gif</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Doug Fluty ? BC</P>

rbcarpenter
05-05-2011, 07:43 AM
hey,sec,zim,and y.a...i know the season is up inthe air right now,but if there is going to be a preseason,any game plans for anotherget together-i was thinking patriots game![:D]

zimonami
05-05-2011, 09:34 AM
hey,sec,zim,and y.a...i know the season is up inthe air right now,but if there is going to be a preseason,any game plans for anotherget together-i was thinking patriots game![:D]</P>


I'll let you know... I should know soon. :)</P>


</P>

YATittle1962
05-05-2011, 09:42 AM
hey,sec,zim,and y.a...i know the season is up inthe air right now,but if there is going to be a preseason,any game plans for anotherget together-i was thinking patriots game![:D]</P>


I'll let you know... I should know soon. :)</P>


*</P>

same

zimonami
05-05-2011, 09:42 AM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</P>


Z</P>


</P>


wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</P>




I'm not certain but I think he was in The Longest Yard....Burt Reynolds version, not that hack Adam Sandler. Great name, great college QB.


</P>


I think you are right Ros.....Sonny Sixkiller was in the original Longest Yard [not the Adam sandler hack version lol]</P>


Sonny went undrafted as did another Washington QB....This guy is now in the HOF....any idea who that is?</P>


Z</P>


warren moon.</P>


Yup it was Warren....What team is he playing for here?</P>


http://cfl-scrapbook.no-ip.org/images/Moon.Warren-wide1.JPG</P>


Z</P>


the edmonton eskimoes...didn't he win 4 or 5 staight grey cups for them?</P>


Yup....think it's 5 RBC only he and one other person are in both HOFs USA and Canada</P>


who's the other ?</P>


http://www.rankopedia.com/CandidatePix/25536.gif</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Doug Fluty ? BC</P>


</P>


Flutie and Joe Kapp are in Canada's... but not ours.</P>

zimonami
05-05-2011, 09:52 AM
There are 3 colleges represented by 3 different players currently on the roster. What 3 colleges?
isn't troy one of them,possibly usc another....damn idk,lol!</P>


North carolina or Boston College??</P>

rbcarpenter
05-05-2011, 01:49 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</P>


Z</P>


</P>


wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</P>




I'm not certain but I think he was in The Longest Yard....Burt Reynolds version, not that hack Adam Sandler. Great name, great college QB.


</P>


I think you are right Ros.....Sonny Sixkiller was in the original Longest Yard [not the Adam sandler hack version lol]</P>


Sonny went undrafted as did another Washington QB....This guy is now in the HOF....any idea who that is?</P>


Z</P>


warren moon.</P>


Yup it was Warren....What team is he playing for here?</P>


http://cfl-scrapbook.no-ip.org/images/Moon.Warren-wide1.JPG</P>


Z</P>


the edmonton eskimoes...didn't he win 4 or 5 staight grey cups for them?</P>


Yup....think it's 5 RBC only he and one other person are in both HOFs USA and Canada</P>


who's the other ?</P>


http://www.rankopedia.com/CandidatePix/25536.gif</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Doug Fluty ? BC</P>


</P>


Flutie and Joe Kapp are in Canada's... but not ours.</P>alex webster?

YATittle1962
05-05-2011, 01:50 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.*

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</P>


Z</P>


</P>


wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</P>




I'm not certain but I think he was in The Longest Yard....Burt Reynolds version, not that hack Adam Sandler.* Great name, great college QB.


</P>


I think you are right Ros.....Sonny Sixkiller was in the original Longest Yard [not the Adam sandler hack version lol]</P>


Sonny went undrafted as did another Washington QB....This guy is now in the HOF....any idea who that is?</P>


Z</P>


warren moon.</P>


Yup it was Warren....What team is he playing for here?</P>


http://cfl-scrapbook.no-ip.org/images/Moon.Warren-wide1.JPG</P>


Z</P>


the edmonton eskimoes...didn't he win 4 or 5 staight grey cups for them?</P>


Yup....think it's 5 RBC*** only he and one other person are in both HOFs* USA and Canada</P>


who's the other ?</P>


http://www.rankopedia.com/CandidatePix/25536.gif</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Doug Fluty ?**** BC</P>


</P>


Flutie and Joe Kapp are in Canada's... but not ours.</P>alex webster?

isnt Webster from NJ?

jmike
05-05-2011, 02:46 PM
Troy is one, UNC is another, but neither USC nor Boston College is one. Can you name the 3rd?

Troy btw is Osi, Jernigan and Tynes

UNC is Nicks, Hedge**** and Austin.

USC only has Thomas and Smith.

Boston College only Snee and Kiwi.

For all those who say that the Giants favor Boston College, they have as many players from Akron and East Carolina as Boston College. There is one for you, name the 2 players from Akron. East Carolina is too easy.

ny06
05-05-2011, 02:49 PM
Troy is one, UNC is another, but neither USC nor Boston College is one. Can you name the 3rd?

Troy btw is Osi, Jernigan and Tynes

UNC is Nicks, Hedge**** and Austin.

USC only has Thomas and Smith.

Boston College only Snee and Kiwi.

For all those who say that the Giants favor Boston College, they have as many players from Akron and East Carolina as Boston College. There is one for you, name the 2 players from Akron. East Carolina is too easy.
</P>


Chase Blackburn is from Akron</P>

jmike
05-05-2011, 03:02 PM
Troy is one, UNC is another, but neither USC nor Boston College is one. Can you name the 3rd?

Troy btw is Osi, Jernigan and Tynes

UNC is Nicks, Hedge**** and Austin.

USC only has Thomas and Smith.

Boston College only Snee and Kiwi.

For all those who say that the Giants favor Boston College, they have as many players from Akron and East Carolina as Boston College. There is one for you, name the 2 players from Akron. East Carolina is too easy.
</p>


Chase Blackburn is from Akron</p>

He is, who is the other?

SEC105
05-05-2011, 04:09 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</P>


Z</P>


</P>


wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</P>




I'm not certain but I think he was in The Longest Yard....Burt Reynolds version, not that hack Adam Sandler. Great name, great college QB.


</P>


I think you are right Ros.....Sonny Sixkiller was in the original Longest Yard [not the Adam sandler hack version lol]</P>


Sonny went undrafted as did another Washington QB....This guy is now in the HOF....any idea who that is?</P>


Z</P>


warren moon.</P>


Yup it was Warren....What team is he playing for here?</P>


http://cfl-scrapbook.no-ip.org/images/Moon.Warren-wide1.JPG</P>


Z</P>


the edmonton eskimoes...didn't he win 4 or 5 staight grey cups for them?</P>


Yup....think it's 5 RBC only he and one other person are in both HOFs USA and Canada</P>


who's the other ?</P>


http://www.rankopedia.com/CandidatePix/25536.gif</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Doug Fluty ? BC</P>


</P>


Flutie and Joe Kapp are in Canada's... but not ours.</P>


alex webster? isnt Webster from NJ?</P>


It was Bud Grant gang......"no heaters on the sidelines" as coach of the Vikings He also coached the Winnepeg Blue Bombers [I think] to 4 straight Championships NFL=HOF CFL=HOF</P>


http://www.itsalreadysigned4u.com/shop/media/images/product_detail/ape-grant-bud-whiteshirt-hof-8x10.jpg</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
05-05-2011, 04:11 PM
hey,sec,zim,and y.a...i know the season is up inthe air right now,but if there is going to be a preseason,any game plans for anotherget together-i was thinking patriots game![:D]</P>


I'll let you know... I should know soon. :)</P>


</P>


same</P>


Sounds good ....a relaxing preseason game on a nice [hopefully] summer day</P>


What should I bring? [:D]</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
05-05-2011, 04:14 PM
Who's this Giant WR?</P>


http://www.wash-greenesportshall.org/images/2000/HERRMANN.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


No ideas on who this Giant WR is? He spent 5 or so years with us ....late sixties ...early seventies</P>


Z</P>

pthere55
05-05-2011, 04:29 PM
Who's this Giant WR?</P>


http://www.wash-greenesportshall.org/images/2000/HERRMANN.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


No ideas on who this Giant WR is? He spent 5 or so years with us ....late sixties ...early seventies</P>


Z</P>


</P>


</P>


Donald Herrman?</P>

SEC105
05-05-2011, 05:18 PM
Who's this Giant WR?</P>


http://www.wash-greenesportshall.org/images/2000/HERRMANN.jpg</P>


Z</P>


</P>


No ideas on who this Giant WR is? He spent 5 or so years with us ....late sixties ...early seventies</P>


Z</P>


</P>


</P>


Donald Herrman?</P>


</P>


Nice call55....it is Don Hermann spent like 5 years as a Giant</P>


Z</P>

rbcarpenter
05-05-2011, 06:44 PM
hey,sec,zim,and y.a...i know the season is up inthe air right now,but if there is going to be a preseason,any game plans for anotherget together-i was thinking patriots game![:D]</P>


I'll let you know... I should know soon. :)</P>


</P>


same</P>


Sounds good ....a relaxing preseason game on a nice [hopefully] summer day</P>


What should I bring? [:D]</P>


Z</P>i would think:yourself ,your guests,your tickets,some grub,and whatever else you need,just like last summer....however,if someone decides to bring a grill instead of us bringing sammiches,let me know, guys,lol![;)]

rbcarpenter
05-05-2011, 06:54 PM
hey,jmike,you want to go to?it was really fun last year!</P>


</P>

jmike
05-05-2011, 08:35 PM
hey,jmike,you want to go to?it was really fun last year!</p>


</p>

Thanks but no. I really don't enjoy watching games live. Much prefer them at home and I'd be willing to bet I'm working that day anyway.

rbcarpenter
05-05-2011, 09:46 PM
hey,jmike,you want to go to?it was really fun last year!</P>


</P>

Thanks but no. I really don't enjoy watching games live. Much prefer them at home and I'd be willing to bet I'm working that day anyway.
just thought i'd ask...it's been fun getting to know you a little bit on here and i thought you might like to meet up with us.[:)]

jmike
05-05-2011, 10:03 PM
hey,jmike,you want to go to?it was really fun last year!</p>


</p>

Thanks but no. I really don't enjoy watching games live. Much prefer them at home and I'd be willing to bet I'm working that day anyway.
just thought i'd ask...it's been fun getting to know you a little bit on here and i thought you might like to meet up with us.[:)]

Would be fun, but unfortunately I'm a busy woman. I get 1 day off every 3 weeks or so (home sick right now, yay time off....cough, cough, hack.....sniffle) so I don't usually have the time to do something like going to a game. When I do, we tend to head across the river to a thunder game.

poppa smurph
05-05-2011, 10:38 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/170/928/sixkiller_display_image.png?1268025966</P>


Z</P>


</P>


wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</P>




I'm not certain but I think he was in The Longest Yard....Burt Reynolds version, not that hack Adam Sandler. Great name, great college QB.


</P>


I think you are right Ros.....Sonny Sixkiller was in the original Longest Yard [not the Adam sandler hack version lol]</P>


Sonny went undrafted as did another Washington QB....This guy is now in the HOF....any idea who that is?</P>


Z</P>


warren moon.</P>


Yup it was Warren....What team is he playing for here?</P>


http://cfl-scrapbook.no-ip.org/images/Moon.Warren-wide1.JPG</P>


Z</P>


the edmonton eskimoes...didn't he win 4 or 5 staight grey cups for them?</P>


Yup....think it's 5 RBC only he and one other person are in both HOFs USA and Canada</P>


who's the other ?</P>


http://www.rankopedia.com/CandidatePix/25536.gif</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Doug Fluty ? BC</P>


</P>


Flutie and Joe Kapp are in Canada's... but not ours.</P>


alex webster? isnt Webster from NJ?</P>


It was Bud Grant gang......"no heaters on the sidelines" as coach of the Vikings He also coached the Winnepeg Blue Bombers [I think] to 4 straight Championships NFL=HOF CFL=HOF</P>


http://www.itsalreadysigned4u.com/shop/media/images/product_detail/ape-grant-bud-whiteshirt-hof-8x10.jpg</P>


Z</P>nice props for the CFL...makes me proud...even if none of them are Canadian[;)]

jomo
05-06-2011, 12:00 AM
hey,sec,zim,and y.a...i know the season is up inthe air right now,but if there is going to be a preseason,any game plans for anotherget together-i was thinking patriots game![:D]</P>


I'll let you know... I should know soon. :)</P>


</P> sameI'd love to meet the DYK gang this time around, couldn't make it last year. Keep us posted here.

rbcarpenter
05-06-2011, 08:43 AM
works for me ,jomo! love to meet ya![Y]

scoopscj
05-06-2011, 10:32 AM
Some of you are talking about preseason games, if there is a season and training camp is anybody going this year? I plan on going for the first two weeks. I'll be there with my camera and I'll be doing some more write ups on the boards. Anybody going look me up. I'll have a scoops jersey on and my camera going a mile a minute.


Scoops

patsrule666
05-06-2011, 10:58 AM
hey,sec,zim,and y.a...i know the season is up inthe air right now,but if there is going to be a preseason,any game plans for anotherget together-i was thinking patriots game![:D]</P>


I'll let you know... I should know soon. :)</P>


*</P> sameI'd love to meet the DYK gang this time around, couldn't make it last year. Keep us posted here.Are we talking road trip or preseason game? I believe the regular season game would be up here in Foxboro....
Anyhow, if you guys do plan on making the trip up here, hit me up and i would be glad to buy you guys a round or three.....

YATittle1962
05-06-2011, 12:28 PM
Some of you are talking about preseason games, if there is a season and training camp is anybody going this year? I plan on going for the first two weeks.* I'll be there with* my camera and I'll be doing some more write ups on the boards.* Anybody going look me up. I'll have a scoops jersey on and my camera going a mile a minute.*


Scoops




you know Ill be there scoopsy

cant miss it

rbcarpenter
05-06-2011, 12:58 PM
hey,sec,zim,and y.a...i know the season is up inthe air right now,but if there is going to be a preseason,any game plans for anotherget together-i was thinking patriots game![:D]</P>


I'll let you know... I should know soon. :)</P>


</P> sameI'd love to meet the DYK gang this time around, couldn't make it last year. Keep us posted here.Are we talking road trip or preseason game? I believe the regular season game would be up here in Foxboro.... Anyhow, if you guys do plan on making the trip up here, hit me up and i would be glad to buy you guys a round or three.....last i looked,the preseason game is in jersey,regular season in foxboro...

ny06
05-06-2011, 01:01 PM
Some of you are talking about preseason games, <FONT color=#0000ff>if there is a season and training camp is anybody going this year? </FONT>I plan on going for the first two weeks. I'll be there with my camera and I'll be doing some more write ups on the boards. Anybody going look me up. I'll have a scoops jersey on and my camera going a mile a minute.


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rbcarpenter
05-06-2011, 01:08 PM
hey,sec,zim,and y.a...i know the season is up inthe air right now,but if there is going to be a preseason,any game plans for anotherget together-i was thinking patriots game![:D]</P>


I'll let you know... I should know soon. :)</P>


</P> sameI'd love to meet the DYK gang this time around, couldn't make it last year. Keep us posted here.Are we talking road trip or preseason game? I believe the regular season game would be up here in Foxboro.... Anyhow, if you guys do plan on making the trip up here, hit me up and i would be glad to buy you guys a round or three.....last i looked,the preseason game is in jersey,regular season in foxboro...dammit just checked...they are both in foxboro...that's out for me,i guess either against the jets or bears.

SEC105
05-06-2011, 04:00 PM
Draft question for you guys......

Name the QB out of Washington from the 70s who was a native American Indian.

Clue: He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and never really made it as a pro.


jack thompson"the throwin'somoan"?(spelling?) Nope, not the throwin' Samoan. This guy had a really cool real name and was a native American.</P>


One of the best names ever for a QB........Sonny Sixkiller..........Cherokee Native American Indian</P>


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wow... TY, SEC... I remember him well, now that you reminded my ancient brain. Yes, a great name... would have been nice if he had made it in the NFL</P>




I'm not certain but I think he was in The Longest Yard....Burt Reynolds version, not that hack Adam Sandler. Great name, great college QB.


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I think you are right Ros.....Sonny Sixkiller was in the original Longest Yard [not the Adam sandler hack version lol]</P>


Sonny went undrafted as did another Washington QB....This guy is now in the HOF....any idea who that is?</P>


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warren moon.</P>


Yup it was Warren....What team is he playing for here?</P>


http://cfl-scrapbook.no-ip.org/images/Moon.Warren-wide1.JPG</P>


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the edmonton eskimoes...didn't he win 4 or 5 staight grey cups for them?</P>


Yup....think it's 5 RBC only he and one other person are in both HOFs USA and Canada</P>


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Doug Fluty ? BC</P>


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Flutie and Joe Kapp are in Canada's... but not ours.</P>


alex webster? isnt Webster from NJ?</P>


It was Bud Grant gang......"no heaters on the sidelines" as coach of the Vikings He also coached the Winnepeg Blue Bombers [I think] to 4 straight Championships NFL=HOF CFL=HOF</P>


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nice props for the CFL...makes me proud...even if none of them are Canadian[;)]</P>


I thought Canadian teams could only have certain amount of Americans on their rosters....I'm am wrong on that?</P>


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SEC105
05-06-2011, 04:01 PM
Where is this game taking place?</P>


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scoopscj
05-06-2011, 05:14 PM
Where is this game taking place?</p>


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Wrigley Field?

Roswell777
05-06-2011, 05:48 PM
Where is this game taking place?</p>


http://www.chicagotribune.com/media/photo/2010-11/57739343.jpg</p>


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Wrigley Field?




I agree. Looks like Wrigley.

jints10
05-06-2011, 07:28 PM
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Wrigley Field?




I agree. Looks like Wrigley.


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NYG 5
05-07-2011, 11:39 AM
This Giant went 1 for 3 in the Super Bowl

Roswell777
05-07-2011, 11:48 AM
This Giant went 1 for 3 in the Super Bowl


I'll take a shot at this. Everson Walls?

rbcarpenter
05-07-2011, 11:51 AM
glenn parker?

rbcarpenter
05-07-2011, 11:53 AM
glenn parker?wait,couldn't be him....feagles?</P>


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Roswell777
05-07-2011, 11:53 AM
I'm wrong. Walls never played in a Super Bowl with Dallas.

gmen46
05-07-2011, 01:58 PM
glenn parker?

Glenn was 0 for 5, unfortunately for him.

gmen46
05-07-2011, 01:58 PM
glenn parker?

Glenn was 0 for 5, unfortunately for him.

Sorry, double post.

NYG 5
05-07-2011, 01:59 PM
nope, wasn't Feagles, only had the one appearance with he Giants. and Glenn Parker lost 5 super bowls, i already used him in a question.

rbcarpenter
05-07-2011, 02:00 PM
glenn parker?wait,couldn't be him....feagles?</P>


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jmike
05-07-2011, 04:59 PM
glenn parker?

poor glenn is 0 for 5

Roswell777
05-07-2011, 08:06 PM
This Giant went 1 for 3 in the Super Bowl


This is a great question and I want to give everybody a shot at it so I won't give it away but I think his initials are JJ. And he went 1 for 3 with 3 different NFC teams and wound up on an AFC team.

Am I right?

scoopscj
05-07-2011, 08:23 PM
This Giant went 1 for 3 in the Super Bowl


This is a great question and I want to give everybody a shot at it so I won't give it away but I think his initials are JJ. And he went 1 for 3 with 3 different NFC teams and wound up on an AFC team.

Am I right?




Joseph Michael Jurevicius Lost 2000 SB vs Ravens, Lost as a member of Seattle vs Pittsburgh and won as a member of the Bucs vs Raiders.

Scoops

jmike
05-07-2011, 08:25 PM
This Giant went 1 for 3 in the Super Bowl


This is a great question and I want to give everybody a shot at it so I won't give it away but I think his initials are JJ. And he went 1 for 3 with 3 different NFC teams and wound up on an AFC team.

Am I right?




See I am wondering what he means exactly. "This Giant went 1 for 3 in the Super Bowl" reads more like a QB going 1 for 3 passing, or maybe 3 half back option plays. Or maybe it's the kicker. Was there a kicker that only made one of 3 FG attempts in the SB? Really hard to figure this question as it seems incomplete to me.

NYG 5
05-07-2011, 09:36 PM
This Giant went 1 for 3 in the Super Bowl


This is a great question and I want to give everybody a shot at it so I won't give it away but I think his initials are JJ. And he went 1 for 3 with 3 different NFC teams and wound up on an AFC team.

Am I right?




Joseph Michael Jurevicius Lost 2000 SB vs Ravens, Lost as a member of Seattle vs Pittsburgh and won as a member of the Bucs vs Raiders.

Scoops




you got it. didn't touch the ball in XXXV, led the team in catches and yards in XXXVII, and led the team in receiving yards in XL.

rbcarpenter
05-07-2011, 10:14 PM
This Giant went 1 for 3 in the Super Bowl


This is a great question and I want to give everybody a shot at it so I won't give it away but I think his initials are JJ. And he went 1 for 3 with 3 different NFC teams and wound up on an AFC team.

Am I right?




Joseph Michael Jurevicius Lost 2000 SB vs Ravens, Lost as a member of Seattle vs Pittsburgh and won as a member of the Bucs vs Raiders.

Scoops




you got it. didn't touch the ball in XXXV, led the team in catches and yards in XXXVII, and led the team in receiving yards in XL.
darn,i should have gotten that one-i loved the guy when he was here[:(]

jomo
05-07-2011, 11:42 PM
This Giant went 1 for 3 in the Super Bowl


This is a great question and I want to give everybody a shot at it so I won't give it away but I think his initials are JJ. And he went 1 for 3 with 3 different NFC teams and wound up on an AFC team.

Am I right?




Joseph Michael Jurevicius Lost 2000 SB vs Ravens, Lost as a member of Seattle vs Pittsburgh and won as a member of the Bucs vs Raiders.

Scoops


From my alma mater, Penn State!

you got it. didn't touch the ball in XXXV, led the team in catches and yards in XXXVII, and led the team in receiving yards in XL.
darn,i should have gotten that one-i loved the guy when he was here[:(]

zimonami
05-08-2011, 10:06 AM
I'm wrong. Walls never played in a Super Bowl with Dallas.


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I never knew this... just assumed he did, and in more than 1.</P>

rbcarpenter
05-08-2011, 11:16 AM
YEAH,HE PLAYED IN 3 STRAIGHT NFC CHAMPIONSHIPS...80,LOST TO RAMS,81,lost to 49ers,and 82,lost to skins.dallas didn't make another championship game until after walls retired,he only got the one ring with the g-men.i didn't like the signing at the time,but he played well for us,and gave us that iconic sports illustrated cover.

zimonami
05-08-2011, 01:06 PM
YEAH,HE PLAYED IN 3 STRAIGHT NFC CHAMPIONSHIPS...80,LOST TO RAMS,81,lost to 49ers,and 82,lost to skins.dallas didn't make another championship game until after walls retired,he only got the one ring with the g-men.i didn't like the signing at the time,but he played well for us,and gave us that iconic sports illustrated cover.</P>


He did play well for us... you couldn't complai about his effort... he won over most Gmen fans who automatically hated ex Cowboys... like, I never cottoned up to Craig Morton. But, Walls became one of the boys and did his job with little BS.</P>


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keyofgmen
05-08-2011, 01:26 PM
This Giant went 1 for 3 in the Super Bowl


This is a great question and I want to give everybody a shot at it so I won't give it away but I think his initials are JJ.* And he went 1 for 3 with 3 different NFC teams and wound up on an AFC team.

Am I right?




Joseph Michael Jurevicius Lost 2000 SB vs Ravens, Lost as a member of Seattle vs Pittsburgh and won as a member of the Bucs vs Raiders.

Scoops




you got it. didn't touch the ball in XXXV, led the team in catches and yards in XXXVII, and led the team in receiving yards in XL.
darn,i should have gotten that one-i loved the guy when he was here[:(]

Argh..I was ready to post JJ, but I was thinking the player had to win the one with the Giants.

zimonami
05-08-2011, 05:36 PM
This Giant went 1 for 3 in the Super Bowl


This is a great question and I want to give everybody a shot at it so I won't give it away but I think his initials are JJ. And he went 1 for 3 with 3 different NFC teams and wound up on an AFC team.

Am I right?




Joseph Michael Jurevicius Lost 2000 SB vs Ravens, Lost as a member of Seattle vs Pittsburgh and won as a member of the Bucs vs Raiders.

Scoops




you got it. didn't touch the ball in XXXV, led the team in catches and yards in XXXVII, and led the team in receiving yards in XL.
darn,i should have gotten that one-i loved the guy when he was here[:(] Argh..I was ready to post JJ, but I was thinking the player had to win the one with the Giants.</P>


lol, Key - I was thinking the same thing... with us in '86, '90,or '07, and was withsome otherlosers 2X.</P>

zimonami
05-08-2011, 10:13 PM
This Giant went 1 for 3 in the Super Bowl


This is a great question and I want to give everybody a shot at it so I won't give it away but I think his initials are JJ. And he went 1 for 3 with 3 different NFC teams and wound up on an AFC team.

Am I right?




Joseph Michael Jurevicius Lost 2000 SB vs Ravens, Lost as a member of Seattle vs Pittsburgh and won as a member of the Bucs vs Raiders.

Scoops




you got it. didn't touch the ball in XXXV, led the team in catches and yards in XXXVII, and led the team in receiving yards in XL.
darn,i should have gotten that one-i loved the guy when he was here[:(] Argh..I was ready to post JJ, but I was thinking the player had to win the one with the Giants.</P>


lol, Key - I was thinking the same thing... with us in '86, '90,or '07, and was withsome otherlosers 2X.</P>


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05-08-2011, 10:32 PM
This Giant went 1 for 3 in the Super Bowl


This is a great question and I want to give everybody a shot at it so I won't give it away but I think his initials are JJ.* And he went 1 for 3 with 3 different NFC teams and wound up on an AFC team.

Am I right?




Joseph Michael Jurevicius Lost 2000 SB vs Ravens, Lost as a member of Seattle vs Pittsburgh and won as a member of the Bucs vs Raiders.

Scoops




you got it. didn't touch the ball in XXXV, led the team in catches and yards in XXXVII, and led the team in receiving yards in XL.
darn,i should have gotten that one-i loved the guy when he was here[:(] Argh..I was ready to post JJ, but I was thinking the player had to win the one with the Giants.</P>


lol, Key - I was thinking the same thing...* with us in '86, '90,*or '07, and was with*some other*losers 2X.</P>


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