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    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"]Don't all trades need to be approved before they are official?
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    Not that I'm aware of. If the Pau trade didn't get killed what would? lol

    Unless they changed something in the CBA but I really don't think so. That is why teams have owners and GM's to make their decisions. Just sucks, the Hornets have a GM but Stern **** on him.

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    [quote user="dezzzR"]Eli: I dont think I ever feel pressure playing football
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    I ****ING HATE ELI AND HIS LACK OF PASSION AND FIRE!!!

    #worstargumentever
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    A few words about Eli Manning</p>

    In the Giants' last
    two victories, New York has come back late to win at New England and,
    on Sunday night, at Dallas. In New England, Manning led the Giants on
    drives of 88 and 80 yards in the final seven minutes; both ended in
    touchdown passes. In Dallas, Manning led the Giants on touchdown drives
    of 80 and 58 yards to erase a 12-point deficit in the final six minutes.</p>

    If
    Tebow is the manic fourth-quarter rally machine, Eli Manning's the
    buttoned-up one, following the scripts, making all the right decisions,
    throwing every pass on target. The difference between Tony Romo and
    Manning was pretty clear in the final minutes. Romo needed a completion
    to a wide-open Miles Austin inside of three minutes to play to ice the
    game -- and overthrew it. Manning lofted what should have been the
    winning touchdown pass right into the arms of a well-covered Mario
    Manningham in the final seconds -- a perfect throw that Manningham
    dropped. No matter. Manning got the final 24 yards passing and running,
    and the Giants won.</p>

    I said this after the Patriots game:<font color="#0000FF"> In
    terms of clutch, I'll take Eli over Peyton</font> -- and that's no knock on
    Peyton. It's the simple recognition that right now, today, I think Eli
    Manning's the most clutch quarterback playing. How much more do you need
    to see? Winning three on the road and then dethroning the 18-0 Pats in
    the Super Bowl four years ago was the start. This season's the
    continuation. There's no more debate about whether Eli's elite. He's put
    that to rest in Foxboro and Arlington this season.</p><div style="overflow: hidden; color: rgb(0, 0, 0); background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255); text-align: left; text-decoration: none; border: medium none;">
    Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...#ixzz1gLXJuWMh
    </div>

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    [quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"]So who are u eyeballing at the 3 spot? Honestly I dont think I would go Kobe
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    It was so funny in your video how when I got the third pick you were like "****!!!".

    Either CP3, Rose or Dwight. If Dwight goes to LA I'll take him. Too hard to pass up there. If not I probably go with Rose. Unless CP3 ends up on a better team but I can't go with him on the Hornets and not know where he gets traded.

    It is tough man. I am just hoping Kobe falls back to me so I can take him with my 2nd pick. I doubt I get that lucky however. I think I'll do ok with my first 5 or 6 picks. Once it gets deep I kind of get lost in the mock drafts. There are sooooo many players.
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    at the 12 spot im telling u right now, no way kobe makes it back to you

    no lebron mentions? Interesting.

    everybody is going to be lost aft3er those picks though. A couple of guys are fantasy hoops guys, but honestly they are all fluff wtih their sports knowledge.
    Fear the name, appreciate the game

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    [quote user="JPizzack"]

    girl i been talking to/hanging out with from work(****...I really need to stop dipping my pen in the company ink...) I learn is a huge cowboys fan....

    <font size="6">DEALBREAKER!!!!!!</font></p>[/quote]

    fool


    the sexual bets u can make can be a wonderful thing

    anger bangs are great

    your a moron

    can you imagine what sex would of been like with her last night at like 12:30
    Fear the name, appreciate the game

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    [quote user="bigblue4417"]

    A few words about Eli Manning</p>

    In the Giants' last
    two victories, New York has come back late to win at New England and,
    on Sunday night, at Dallas. In New England, Manning led the Giants on
    drives of 88 and 80 yards in the final seven minutes; both ended in
    touchdown passes. In Dallas, Manning led the Giants on touchdown drives
    of 80 and 58 yards to erase a 12-point deficit in the final six minutes.</p>

    If
    Tebow is the manic fourth-quarter rally machine, Eli Manning's the
    buttoned-up one, following the scripts, making all the right decisions,
    throwing every pass on target. The difference between Tony Romo and
    Manning was pretty clear in the final minutes. Romo needed a completion
    to a wide-open Miles Austin inside of three minutes to play to ice the
    game -- and overthrew it. Manning lofted what should have been the
    winning touchdown pass right into the arms of a well-covered Mario
    Manningham in the final seconds -- a perfect throw that Manningham
    dropped. No matter. Manning got the final 24 yards passing and running,
    and the Giants won.</p>

    I said this after the Patriots game:<font color="#0000FF"> In
    terms of clutch, I'll take Eli over Peyton</font> -- and that's no knock on
    Peyton. It's the simple recognition that right now, today, I think Eli
    Manning's the most clutch quarterback playing. How much more do you need
    to see? Winning three on the road and then dethroning the 18-0 Pats in
    the Super Bowl four years ago was the start. This season's the
    continuation. There's no more debate about whether Eli's elite. He's put
    that to rest in Foxboro and Arlington this season.</p><div style="overflow: hidden; color: rgb(0, 0, 0); background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255); text-align: left; text-decoration: none; border: medium none;">
    Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...#ixzz1gLXJuWMh
    </div>[/quote]Like it.

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    I crack up at the BJ haters. They love to have it both ways.</P>


    If he plays lousy, Matt will say that it "makes his case". If he plays well Matt just said that it "makes his case". If he plays badly he can say.."see BJ sucks". If he is effective, he can say ..."see he is inconsistent".</P>


    Pure bullcrap!!</P>


    The reality is that BJ has always needed some O line movement to be effective. As I have said relentlessly here over the past month. If he gets it, he gets a head of steam and can run past or through defenders. If he doesn't get room to run he can look very bad. Its not a matter of effort. To say that BJ doesn't give maximum effort in every game is nonsense.</P>


    But the BJ haters (MMB), just love to have it both ways. (Of course we know he's has always liked it both ways)</P>
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    #*****hasnofanhood
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    Peyton has now become Eli's older brother
    Round1: AA-Ron Donald, DT, Pitt
    Round2: Kareem Martin, UNC, DE
    Round3: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington
    Round4: Travis Swanson, C, Arkansas
    Round5: Cyril Richardson, OG, Baylor
    Round5: Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers

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    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"]#*****hasnofanhood[/quote]</P>


    I know the hash tag is ....<FONT size=5>#</FONT>...this. But I have no idea what it means or is supposed to represent. I just know that its stupid and so must be those who use it.</P>
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