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  1. Igor, wasn't that hump on the other side of your back??
  2. Yeah, I've been saying this for several months. Fitz / Hamdan are incapable of starting and lord help us if the season depends on their actions to win.
  3. He could have said: Michael, you can't play until at least Week 6. What he said was: If you do everything right, I could reinstate you fully before Week 6. He could have said: I'm suspending you so you can't play in any games in the preseason, and you can't be around the team until I reinstate you. What he said was: You can play in the final two preseason games if someone signs you, and if you do everything right, you can practice with your team with no restrictions until you're reinstated. That's unlike a normal suspension, when players can't practice with their teams in the regular season.
  4. Well, I knew this girl that had a whammie weenie and thought that for goodluck......
  5. Would you give the starting QB job to either of our current backup QB's ?
  6. More than a chance. Vick could miss four games, or as few as no games Posted by Mike Florio on July 27, 2009 4:01 PM ET The fact that "Week Six" appears in the announcement conditionally reinstating quarterback Mike Vick is a bit misleading. The first reaction right here was that he has been suspended six games. The terms "by Week Six" means that it's five games. And, as we pointed out previously, if he signs with a team that has a bye week before Week Six, he might miss only four games. But looking carefully at the language of the release, the Commissioner has committed to making a decision "by Week Six." And that means he could make a decision before Week Six. Or before Week Five. Or before Week One. Our guess is that public reaction will be a huge factor in all of this. If it's positive, Vick could be back as soon as Week One. Theoretically. Meanwhile, it appears that Vick will be paid throughout the term of his suspension, given that he will be permitted to participate in all activities, with the exception of games. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/...es-or-no-games/
  7. If you ever been to Key West on vacation, you'll understand the answer I gave. Does the government / public assistance offer free vacation with blocks of cheese now?? If not you're SOL.
  8. Funny, we were going to ask you the same thing.
  9. A signed copy of Mein Kampf & a honorary membership to the Illinois Nazi club.
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