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  • #2
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    ewww....ginger kid...[+o(]

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    • #3
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      They might need him to play for Dez,He was a receiver

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      • #4
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        [quote user="bronxvgiant"]They might need him to play for Dez,He was a receiver[/quote]

        lol what? When?

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        • #5
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          He was always a qb backup, made a career out of it.
          Forget the Past, Live for the Future!

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          • #6
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            [quote user="Joe Morrison"]He was always a qb backup, made a career out of it.[/quote]

            and now he's a backup head coach - I wonder if Jerry will be coming down to the field to check on Romo's hand during the game.

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            • #7
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              [quote user="Joe Morrison"]He was always a qb backup, made a career out of it.[/quote]He parlayed his high school footbal into an invitation toPrinceton. Then he made it in the NFL as a career backup for about 10 years which means a nice payday without getting your brains beat in. Then he plays that into a OC job at Dallas and ultimately HC in the same place. Some guys get all the luck! lol




              There's got to be a Plax joke in there with the #17 jersey, but I just can't figure it out.

              No one remembers who came in second.

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              • #8
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                [quote user="jomo"]

                [quote user="Joe Morrison"]He was always a qb backup, made a career out of it.[/quote]He parlayed his high school footbal into an invitation to*Princeton. Then he made it in the NFL as a career backup for about 10 years which means a nice payday without getting your brains beat in. Then he plays that into a OC job at Dallas and ultimately HC in the same place. Some guys get all the luck! lol




                There's got to be a Plax joke in there with the #17 jersey, but I just can't figure it out.

                [/quote]
                Well, with the icing of his kicker, Garrett did shoot his team in the foot !!

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                • #9
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                  [quote user="fletch842"][quote user="jomo"]


                  [quote user="Joe Morrison"]He was always a qb backup, made a career out of it.[/quote]He parlayed his high school footbal into an invitation toPrinceton. Then he made it in the NFL as a career backup for about 10 years which means a nice payday without getting your brains beat in. Then he plays that into a OC job at Dallas and ultimately HC in the same place. Some guys get all the luck! lol




                  There's got to be a Plax joke in there with the #17 jersey, but I just can't figure it out.

                  [/quote] Well, with the icing of his kicker, Garrett did shoot his team in the foot !![/quote]Bang!! (did I just say that) lol,you nailed it fletch.
                  No one remembers who came in second.

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                  • #10
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                    [quote user="chasjay"][quote user="Joe Morrison"]He was always a qb backup, made a career out of it.[/quote]

                    and now he's a backup head coach - I wonder if Jerry will be coming down to the field to check on Romo's hand during the game.
                    [/quote]

                    LOL!

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                    • #11
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                      [quote user="DandyDon"][quote user="chasjay"][quote user="Joe Morrison"]He was always a qb backup, made a career out of it.[/quote]

                      and now he's a backup head coach - I wonder if Jerry will be coming down to the field to check on Romo's hand during the game.
                      [/quote] LOL![/quote][]
                      No one remembers who came in second.

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                      • #12
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                        [quote user="chasjay"][quote user="Joe Morrison"]He was always a qb backup, made a career out of it.[/quote]

                        and now he's a backup head coach - I wonder if Jerry will be coming down to the field to check on Romo's hand during the game.
                        [/quote]

                        Only if the cameras are rolling........

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                        • #13
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                          Garrett has a bad history in NYC - aside from his time with the Giants. He started college at Columbia, where his father coached (his father lasted one season, in which Columbia went 0-10). Then he and his brother transferred to Princeton. A couple of years later Garrett was the starting qb when Columbia beat Princeton 16-13 to end the longest losing streak in college history. Here's what the NYTimes wrote:



                          Jason Garrett's 201 yards on 18 completions in 29 attempts and Judd
                          Garrett's 22 carries for 116 yards were not enough for Princeton. The
                          Garrett brothers are sons of Jim Garrett, who coached Columbia to an
                          0-10 record in 1985 in the midst of the losing streak. Both players
                          transferred to Princeton after their father left Columbia under pressure
                          at the end of the 1985 season.



                          The Garrett brothers refused to be
                          interviewed after the game, but their coach, Steve Tosches, said
                          Columbia was the better team and deserved the victory.

                          http://www.nytimes.com/1988/10/09/sp...anted=2&src=pm

                          Let's hope we can make him feel the same way this Sunday!

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