POLL: who "wins" the M. Faulk draft rights?

POLL: who "wins" the M. Faulk draft rights?

Post by Charles L. Spirris » Sat, 14 Aug 1993 22:44:01


Assuming that Marshall Faulk remains healthy and decides to
enter next year's draft, there is a very decent chance that
he'll be the first player drafted next year.  

The question to r.s.f.p readers:
Which NFL team do you see as finishing with the worst record
during the upcoming season?

cls
(a horrid season isn't ALL bad if it means a M. Faulk)

 
 
 

POLL: who "wins" the M. Faulk draft rights?

Post by Jeff Marte » Sat, 14 Aug 1993 23:08:22

The Bucs, the Cards, and the Bengals seem to be the most likely
first draft choice recipients for next year's draft.

The Seahawks and Pats still have outside chances, and my
sentimental choices are the Bears and Redskins (not too likely,
though...).

Then there's always the Raiders and Broncos.

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POLL: who "wins" the M. Faulk draft rights?

Post by Ke Hua » Sat, 14 Aug 1993 23:39:32

Who was that announcer for the Bills vs Chiefs game??
I only watched the last 5 minutes of the game and I caught him making 4
errors in the names of the players!! I understand it's hard to remember all
those trivial players of pre-season, but *4* errors in 5 minutes of play??
Doesn't that guy have a LIST of the players on both teams?
To make it worse, I think during the play in which Buffalo fumbled the ball
but recovered it, the stupid idiot said "but it's again Buffalo's basket,
I mean football" What a dork!

 
 
 

POLL: who "wins" the M. Faulk draft rights?

Post by SHAWN LUDDINGT » Sun, 15 Aug 1993 00:16:34


Quote:
>Assuming that Marshall Faulk remains healthy and decides to
>enter next year's draft, there is a very decent chance that
>he'll be the first player drafted next year.  

>The question to r.s.f.p readers:
>Which NFL team do you see as finishing with the worst record
>during the upcoming season?

Cincinnati Bengels

Shawn

 
 
 

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Post by Duc Do » Sun, 15 Aug 1993 00:29:38

JJ was asked by the Dallas press whether or not he considered cutting
Leon Lett after that pre-mature celebration hot dog then fumble in the SB.

JJ said "You dont cut a gug for fumbling the ball when your team is
         ahead by 102 points"

I though the SB score was 52-17, could some Billls fan tell me what
did JJ mean by 102 points????

Thx.

Duc Doan

 
 
 

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Post by Allan Kowals » Sun, 15 Aug 1993 01:38:36

seahawks - seahawks - seahawks.

agk

 
 
 

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Post by ramamurthi ar » Sun, 15 Aug 1993 02:24:03

Quote:

>I though the SB score was 52-17, could some Billls fan tell me what
>did JJ mean by 102 points????

Uh oh...looks like Duc v. Bills fans of the world Part III
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Post by B. S. Juha » Sun, 15 Aug 1993 02:52:44


Quote:


> >Assuming that Marshall Faulk remains healthy and decides to
> >enter next year's draft, there is a very decent chance that
> >he'll be the first player drafted next year.  

> >The question to r.s.f.p readers:
> >Which NFL team do you see as finishing with the worst record
> >during the upcoming season?

> Cincinnati Bengels

> Shawn

Seattle:  no offense, the defense is good but can't hold every team
scoreless.

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POLL: who "wins" the M. Faulk draft rights?

Post by Bill Per » Sun, 15 Aug 1993 03:28:48


Quote:


> >I though the SB score was 52-17, could some Billls fan tell me what
> >did JJ mean by 102 points????

> Uh oh...looks like Duc v. Bills fans of the world Part III
> --
> "God bless those pagans" -- Homer Simpson

If he can't understand simple things such as what JJ means by 102 points
(102 points = we were killing them at the time), then why should we bother
with him?  
 
 
 

POLL: who "wins" the M. Faulk draft rights?

Post by Gary Bourq » Sun, 15 Aug 1993 03:12:56

Quote:

> JJ was asked by the Dallas press whether or not he considered cutting
> Leon Lett after that pre-mature celebration hot dog then fumble in the SB.

> JJ said "You dont cut a gug for fumbling the ball when your team is
>     ahead by 102 points"

> I though the SB score was 52-17, could some Billls fan tell me what
> did JJ mean by 102 points????

> Thx.

> Duc Doan

What's a gug?
 
 
 

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Post by Mark J. Rineha » Sun, 15 Aug 1993 04:14:23

Quote:


> > JJ was asked by the Dallas press whether or not he considered cutting
> > Leon Lett after that pre-mature celebration hot dog then fumble in the SB.
> > JJ said "You dont cut a gug for fumbling the ball when your team is
> >        ahead by 102 points"
> > I though the SB score was 52-17, could some Billls fan tell me what
> > did JJ mean by 102 points????
> > Duc Doan
> What's a gug?

Is a gug like a gub?

I'd say mr. johnson was speaking a metaphor.

Mark

 
 
 

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Post by Dan Valenti » Sun, 15 Aug 1993 06:07:23


Quote:
>Assuming that Marshall Faulk remains healthy and decides to
>enter next year's draft, there is a very decent chance that
>he'll be the first player drafted next year.  
>The question to r.s.f.p readers:
>Which NFL team do you see as finishing with the worst record
>during the upcoming season?

the seahawks or the the bengals... and i don't know that either of them would
really *need* faulk... what i'm really afraid of is that the rams'll fall
apart, and knox'll draft faulk and implement a power I or something.

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Post by Richard We » Tue, 17 Aug 1993 07:36:04

|>
|> The Bucs, the Cards, and the Bengals seem to be the most likely
|> first draft choice recipients for next year's draft.
|>
|> The Seahawks and Pats still have outside chances, and my
|> sentimental choices are the Bears and Redskins (not too likely,
|> though...).
|>
|> Then there's always the Raiders and Broncos.
                           ^^^^^^^

This will NEVER happen.
|>
|> --
|>

My personal fave for worst record is Seattle.  They seem to be heading
for that big flop once again.  If Cortez Kennedy keeps balking, things
could be (unbelievable) even worse then last year.

Richard

 
 
 

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Post by Dale Drummo » Tue, 17 Aug 1993 09:53:42



|> >Assuming that Marshall Faulk remains healthy and decides to
|> >enter next year's draft, there is a very decent chance that
|> >he'll be the first player drafted next year.  
|> >
|> >The question to r.s.f.p readers:
|> >Which NFL team do you see as finishing with the worst record
|> >during the upcoming season?
|> >
|>
|> Cincinnati Bengels
|>
NOT!!  I watched them dismantle the Colts last night 24-7.  Yes, it was
only preseason, and, yes, it *was* the Colts, but they looked a lot better
than the game against the Giants.  They picked up over 200 yards on the
ground and Klingler went 8 of 12 for 120 yards and 2 TDs in 3 quarters.

I don't think they even *need* Harold Green.  They've got four good running
backs in Fenner, Ostell Miles, Mike Dingle and Benjamin.

21 days until Battle of Ohio I.

My pick for worst record:  Seattle

Sentimental Choice:  Cleveland
|> Shawn
|>
|>

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Post by Dave Wasmu » Fri, 20 Aug 1993 06:30:11

A lot of teams, Bengals, Patriots & Cardinals, that have been bad have
good new coaches and will probably improve.  I'd say:

   o Seahawks (sentimental favorite, admittedly)
   o Browns  OR
   o Bears (doubt it though with Ditkahead gone)

although you can never count the Buc's out.  Did someone suggest Raiders!
The reply is the truth hear: NEVER!  See ya at the Dance.

WAZ

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