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    Whoa, now that all sports are over until next football season, SI has moved on to what will fill the void, this year's swimsuit edition with Marisa Miller on the cover, and featuring some players wives to include Jeff Garcia's wife..... here is the link:

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    [quote user="mjg407"]Well it's sunny here with a high of 70.[H][/quote]



    Yeah well, at least we don't get earthquakes or mudslides!!

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    [quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="mjg407"]Well it's sunny here with a high of 70.[H][/quote]



    Yeah well, at least we don't get earthquakes or mudslides!!
    [/quote]That's SF and LA, or God punishing the secular progressives......

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    [quote user="mjg407"][quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="mjg407"]Well it's sunny here with a high of 70.[H][/quote]



    Yeah well, at least we don't get earthquakes or mudslides!!
    [/quote]That's SF and LA, or God punishing the secular progressives......[/quote]


    lol, I think I told you this before but last year on 24, there was a nuke that was suppose to
    go off....and everyone was worried where? They finally found out it was in SF.

    And I laughed to myself because I was picturing one of the characters saying..."hmm..maybe that's
    not such a bad thing?"

    Yes I know, that's just wrong!!!

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    [quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="mjg407"]Well it's sunny here with a high of 70.[H][/quote]



    Yeah well, at least we don't get earthquakes or mudslides!!
    [/quote]Isn't that Nuke power plant on the hudson built right on the ramapo fault line?

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    [quote user="mjg407"][quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="mjg407"]Well it's sunny here with a high of 70.[H][/quote]



    Yeah well, at least we don't get earthquakes or mudslides!!
    [/quote]Isn't that Nuke power plant on the hudson built right on the ramapo fault line?[/quote]


    I'm not sure, it's in Haverstraw/Ramapo. I thought the fault line was more western NY?

    Anyways, check out my thread here, listen to the dolphins win their first game!

    http://boards.giants.com/forums/thread/721447.aspx

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    I dunno, Buck sounded pretty excited when Eli escaped the grasp to complete the greatest play in superbowl history, which I like to call the "Giant Snatch"[]

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    [quote user="mjg407"]I dunno, Buck sounded pretty excited when Eli escaped the grasp to complete the greatest play in superbowl history, which I like to call the "Giant Snatch"[][/quote]


    No way man, any other announcer would be in awe!!

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    [quote user="mjg407"]I just want to say that I'm sorry to my east coast friends. I guess it's going to snow there today.[/quote]</P>


    No apologies necassary. I love the snow. I think we will be getting rain up here in Boston and it won't start till tomorrow.</P>

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    [quote user="mjg407"]I just want to say that I'm sorry to my east coast friends. I guess it's going to snow there today.[/quote]</P>


    No apologies necassary. I love the snow. I think we will be getting rain up here in Boston and it won't start till tomorrow.</P>


    [/quote]I've been really spoiled by this NORCAL weather. It was a rainy and cold Jan, and I'm happy to see the sun again! </P>


    Hey, can we discuss the draft and needs? I looked at the NFL Draft forum, but it's like a bunch of kids that are playing madden. </P>


    One site had us drafting Dan Conner LB Penn State at #32, but I don't see him being around. I do see the OT from USC still around at 32 and he may be what we need, because I think we lack depth (and I mean quality depth) at O-line, but I don't know how Koets or Whimpy are progressing.</P>
    <H1>Dan Connor LB 63 233 Penn St. </H1>


    <SPAN class=maintext>By: Robert Davis</SPAN> </P>


    <SPAN class=article>Connor came to Penn St. with lofty expectations and he has delivered on those, then some. Despite only starting four games as a freshman, he had 85 tackles, 4.5 for loss, a sack, and an interception earning Freshman All American honors. As a sophomore, he had 76 tackles, 5.5 for loss, and 1.5 sacks. It all came together as a junior, where he was arguably the top linebacker in college football. He finished the year with 113 tackles, nine for loss, five sacks, and two interceptions on the year. Connor saved his best for last, as he finished his senior season with 145 tackles, 15 for loss, 6.5 sacks, and an interception.


    Connor is an all around standout linebacker. He is a player that can make the big play, but also the type of player you count on to lead your defense and consistently be around the action. He is athletic, and has the quickness and speed to cover in space. The rare trait he has, is that he has a knack for finding the ball and making a play on it that most linebackers do not possess. He also has the toughness and strength to stick his nose in between the tackles and stuff the run. He is the prototypical linebacker, and has everything you look for in a linebacker prospect.


    Connor is about as complete a linebacker as you can find, but he could stand to add a few more pounds to his frame. He will need more bulk and strength to hold up at the point attack in the running game against NFL blockers. He is not an athletic freak either, but he is not lacking either.


    Connor may be a better prospect than Paul Posluszny who was taken in the second round by the Bills last year. Another huge season has him in contention to be the first outside linebacker selected in April. He will need a good workout to keep off Keith Rivers, but he is still a first rounder no matter what. </SPAN></P>

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