PDA

View Full Version : Culpepper goes into season unsigned...



ItalianStallion
04-07-2003, 01:33 PM

PacNWVike
04-07-2003, 01:56 PM

hawaiianvike21
04-08-2003, 04:31 AM

nzviking
04-08-2003, 05:08 AM

ItalianStallion
04-08-2003, 07:20 AM

VikemanX84
04-08-2003, 08:12 AM

billvike
04-08-2003, 08:21 AM

VikemanX84
04-08-2003, 02:26 PM

AngloVike
04-09-2003, 05:04 AM

ItalianStallion
04-09-2003, 09:59 AM

ekrem
04-09-2003, 12:57 PM

nzviking
04-10-2003, 05:41 AM

ice24
07-23-2003, 05:12 AM

Prophet
07-23-2003, 12:03 PM
I'm a big Culpepper fan. I have faith in this dude, sure hope he pulls it together and lands the big contract.

--------------

VIKES WILL WAIT-AND-SEE WITH CULPEPPER
4-7-03

A league source tells us that the Minnesota Vikings have decided to take a wait-and-see approach in their contract discussions with quarterback Daunte Culpepper.

According to the source, the team likely will wait until the middle of the 2003 season before working out a long-term deal with the 11th overall pick in the 1999 draft, since the jury is still out on the question of whether Culpepper will be a long-term force in the NFL.

Culpepper busted onto the scene in 2000 amid heavy criticism of then-coach Denny Green regarding his decision to give the keys to the team's supercharged offense to a kid who barely had a learner's permit.

Since then, however, Culpepper has regressed, showing a propensity both to make bad decisions under fire and to lose the ball while trying desperately to make good things happen.

As a result, Culpepper's 98.0 passer rating in 2000 sank to a 75.3 in 2002 -- and this trend isn't promising as he prepares for his fourth season as a starter.

Contract discussions to date have yielded some progress, but talks apparently have sputtered of late. The Vikes simply aren't in a position to pay Culpepper like Plummer at a time when there's no guarantee that Daunte will pull his performance out of the toilet.

The real question here is whether a strong performance by Culpepper to start the 2003 season will be enough to bring both sides together. Though it could make the Vikes more willing to pay 'Pepper what he wants now, his expectations could go up if he shows that he's ready to take it to the next level.

Still, from Minnesota's perspective, there's a strong incentive to get the deal done in 2003, since the Vikings have the cap room now to get the thing done.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm

purplepat
07-23-2003, 12:03 PM

singersp
05-14-2008, 08:01 PM
"Prophet" wrote:


I'm a big Culpepper fan.
I have faith in this dude, sure hope he pulls it together and lands the big contract.

--------------

VIKES WILL WAIT-AND-SEE WITH CULPEPPER
4-7-03

A league source tells us that the Minnesota Vikings have decided to take a wait-and-see approach in their contract discussions with quarterback Daunte Culpepper.

According to the source, the team likely will wait until the middle of the 2003 season before working out a long-term deal with the 11th overall pick in the 1999 draft, since the jury is still out on the question of whether Culpepper will be a long-term force in the NFL.

Culpepper busted onto the scene in 2000 amid heavy criticism of then-coach Denny Green regarding his decision to give the keys to the team's supercharged offense to a kid who barely had a learner's permit.


Since then, however, Culpepper has regressed, showing a propensity both to make bad decisions under fire and to lose the ball while trying desperately to make good things happen.

As a result, Culpepper's 98.0 passer rating in 2000 sank to a 75.3 in 2002 -- and this trend isn't promising as he prepares for his fourth season as a starter.

Contract discussions to date have yielded some progress, but talks apparently have sputtered of late.
The Vikes simply aren't in a position to pay Culpepper like Plummer at a time when there's no guarantee that Daunte will pull his performance out of the toilet.

The real question here is whether a strong performance by Culpepper to start the 2003 season will be enough to bring both sides together.
Though it could make the Vikes more willing to pay 'Pepper what he wants now, his expectations could go up if he shows that he's ready to take it to the next level.

Still, from Minnesota's perspective, there's a strong incentive to get the deal done in 2003, since the Vikings have the cap room now to get the thing done.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm


LOL! Prophet was a Culpepper crotch sniffer? What a difference a few years makes.

It's funny what you come across when searching for something else.
:D

BadlandsVikings
05-14-2008, 08:06 PM
"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:


I'm a big Culpepper fan.
I have faith in this dude, sure hope he pulls it together and lands the big contract.

--------------

VIKES WILL WAIT-AND-SEE WITH CULPEPPER
4-7-03

A league source tells us that the Minnesota Vikings have decided to take a wait-and-see approach in their contract discussions with quarterback Daunte Culpepper.

According to the source, the team likely will wait until the middle of the 2003 season before working out a long-term deal with the 11th overall pick in the 1999 draft, since the jury is still out on the question of whether Culpepper will be a long-term force in the NFL.

Culpepper busted onto the scene in 2000 amid heavy criticism of then-coach Denny Green regarding his decision to give the keys to the team's supercharged offense to a kid who barely had a learner's permit.


Since then, however, Culpepper has regressed, showing a propensity both to make bad decisions under fire and to lose the ball while trying desperately to make good things happen.

As a result, Culpepper's 98.0 passer rating in 2000 sank to a 75.3 in 2002 -- and this trend isn't promising as he prepares for his fourth season as a starter.

Contract discussions to date have yielded some progress, but talks apparently have sputtered of late.
The Vikes simply aren't in a position to pay Culpepper like Plummer at a time when there's no guarantee that Daunte will pull his performance out of the toilet.

The real question here is whether a strong performance by Culpepper to start the 2003 season will be enough to bring both sides together.
Though it could make the Vikes more willing to pay 'Pepper what he wants now, his expectations could go up if he shows that he's ready to take it to the next level.

Still, from Minnesota's perspective, there's a strong incentive to get the deal done in 2003, since the Vikings have the cap room now to get the thing done.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm


LOL! Prophet was a Culpepper crotch sniffer? What a difference a few years makes.

It's funny what you come across when searching for something else.
:D


Aren't you the one that complains about thread dreadgers? :D

singersp
05-14-2008, 08:10 PM
"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:


I'm a big Culpepper fan.
I have faith in this dude, sure hope he pulls it together and lands the big contract.

--------------

VIKES WILL WAIT-AND-SEE WITH CULPEPPER
4-7-03

A league source tells us that the Minnesota Vikings have decided to take a wait-and-see approach in their contract discussions with quarterback Daunte Culpepper.

According to the source, the team likely will wait until the middle of the 2003 season before working out a long-term deal with the 11th overall pick in the 1999 draft, since the jury is still out on the question of whether Culpepper will be a long-term force in the NFL.

Culpepper busted onto the scene in 2000 amid heavy criticism of then-coach Denny Green regarding his decision to give the keys to the team's supercharged offense to a kid who barely had a learner's permit.


Since then, however, Culpepper has regressed, showing a propensity both to make bad decisions under fire and to lose the ball while trying desperately to make good things happen.

As a result, Culpepper's 98.0 passer rating in 2000 sank to a 75.3 in 2002 -- and this trend isn't promising as he prepares for his fourth season as a starter.

Contract discussions to date have yielded some progress, but talks apparently have sputtered of late.
The Vikes simply aren't in a position to pay Culpepper like Plummer at a time when there's no guarantee that Daunte will pull his performance out of the toilet.

The real question here is whether a strong performance by Culpepper to start the 2003 season will be enough to bring both sides together.
Though it could make the Vikes more willing to pay 'Pepper what he wants now, his expectations could go up if he shows that he's ready to take it to the next level.

Still, from Minnesota's perspective, there's a strong incentive to get the deal done in 2003, since the Vikings have the cap room now to get the thing done.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm


LOL! Prophet was a Culpepper crotch sniffer? What a difference a few years makes.

It's funny what you come across when searching for something else.
:D


Aren't you the one that complains about thread dreadgers? :D


Rarely. There are some threads that should never be dredged.

I just happened across this when I was looking for that "Vote for PP.O" SI poll thread.

cajunvike
05-14-2008, 08:15 PM
"singersp" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:


I'm a big Culpepper fan.
I have faith in this dude, sure hope he pulls it together and lands the big contract.

--------------

VIKES WILL WAIT-AND-SEE WITH CULPEPPER
4-7-03

A league source tells us that the Minnesota Vikings have decided to take a wait-and-see approach in their contract discussions with quarterback Daunte Culpepper.

According to the source, the team likely will wait until the middle of the 2003 season before working out a long-term deal with the 11th overall pick in the 1999 draft, since the jury is still out on the question of whether Culpepper will be a long-term force in the NFL.

Culpepper busted onto the scene in 2000 amid heavy criticism of then-coach Denny Green regarding his decision to give the keys to the team's supercharged offense to a kid who barely had a learner's permit.


Since then, however, Culpepper has regressed, showing a propensity both to make bad decisions under fire and to lose the ball while trying desperately to make good things happen.

As a result, Culpepper's 98.0 passer rating in 2000 sank to a 75.3 in 2002 -- and this trend isn't promising as he prepares for his fourth season as a starter.

Contract discussions to date have yielded some progress, but talks apparently have sputtered of late.
The Vikes simply aren't in a position to pay Culpepper like Plummer at a time when there's no guarantee that Daunte will pull his performance out of the toilet.

The real question here is whether a strong performance by Culpepper to start the 2003 season will be enough to bring both sides together.
Though it could make the Vikes more willing to pay 'Pepper what he wants now, his expectations could go up if he shows that he's ready to take it to the next level.

Still, from Minnesota's perspective, there's a strong incentive to get the deal done in 2003, since the Vikings have the cap room now to get the thing done.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm


LOL! Prophet was a Culpepper crotch sniffer? What a difference a few years makes.

It's funny what you come across when searching for something else.
:D


Aren't you the one that complains about thread dreadgers? :D


Rarely. There are some threads that should never be dredged.

I just happened across this when I was looking for that "Vote for PP.O" SI poll thread.


BLV...and the lesson to you is:

NEVER dredge a thread without prior approval from the official unofficial PP.O Policeman...singersp....YOU GOT THAT!!!

BadlandsVikings
05-14-2008, 08:28 PM
"cajunvike" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:


I'm a big Culpepper fan.
I have faith in this dude, sure hope he pulls it together and lands the big contract.

--------------

VIKES WILL WAIT-AND-SEE WITH CULPEPPER
4-7-03

A league source tells us that the Minnesota Vikings have decided to take a wait-and-see approach in their contract discussions with quarterback Daunte Culpepper.

According to the source, the team likely will wait until the middle of the 2003 season before working out a long-term deal with the 11th overall pick in the 1999 draft, since the jury is still out on the question of whether Culpepper will be a long-term force in the NFL.

Culpepper busted onto the scene in 2000 amid heavy criticism of then-coach Denny Green regarding his decision to give the keys to the team's supercharged offense to a kid who barely had a learner's permit.


Since then, however, Culpepper has regressed, showing a propensity both to make bad decisions under fire and to lose the ball while trying desperately to make good things happen.

As a result, Culpepper's 98.0 passer rating in 2000 sank to a 75.3 in 2002 -- and this trend isn't promising as he prepares for his fourth season as a starter.

Contract discussions to date have yielded some progress, but talks apparently have sputtered of late.
The Vikes simply aren't in a position to pay Culpepper like Plummer at a time when there's no guarantee that Daunte will pull his performance out of the toilet.

The real question here is whether a strong performance by Culpepper to start the 2003 season will be enough to bring both sides together.
Though it could make the Vikes more willing to pay 'Pepper what he wants now, his expectations could go up if he shows that he's ready to take it to the next level.

Still, from Minnesota's perspective, there's a strong incentive to get the deal done in 2003, since the Vikings have the cap room now to get the thing done.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm


LOL! Prophet was a Culpepper crotch sniffer? What a difference a few years makes.

It's funny what you come across when searching for something else.
:D


Aren't you the one that complains about thread dreadgers? :D


Rarely. There are some threads that should never be dredged.

I just happened across this when I was looking for that "Vote for PP.O" SI poll thread.


BLV...and the lesson to you is:

NEVER dredge a thread without prior approval from the official unofficial PP.O Policeman...singersp....YOU GOT THAT!!!


Thank you, I will remember that

VikingMike
05-14-2008, 08:44 PM
However, the title of this thread is still true today almost 5 years later.

singersp
05-14-2008, 09:02 PM
"VikingMike" wrote:


However, the title of this thread is still true today almost 5 years later.


LOL! That's why I opened it.

digital420
05-15-2008, 03:11 AM
heh... that is kinda scary...

the thread fits just as well today as it did back then.

it's a sad statement that he kinda.. blew his own career.

sure he lost the ball a lot, had a small issue with egoism..

he did have a strong arm, and was a big boy to bring down.

good luck fumblePep... please go to the packers..


DiGiTaL

singersp
05-15-2008, 04:53 AM
"digital420" wrote:


heh... that is kinda scary...

the thread fits just as well today as it did back then.

it's a sad statement that he kinda.. blew his own career.

sure he lost the ball a lot, had a small issue with egoism..

he did have a strong arm, and was a big boy to bring down.

good luck fumblePep... please go to the packers..


DiGiTaL



His career was over the day he blew his knee out.

Prophet
05-15-2008, 05:40 AM
"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:


I'm a big Culpepper fan.
I have faith in this dude, sure hope he pulls it together and lands the big contract.

--------------

VIKES WILL WAIT-AND-SEE WITH CULPEPPER
4-7-03

A league source tells us that the Minnesota Vikings have decided to take a wait-and-see approach in their contract discussions with quarterback Daunte Culpepper.

According to the source, the team likely will wait until the middle of the 2003 season before working out a long-term deal with the 11th overall pick in the 1999 draft, since the jury is still out on the question of whether Culpepper will be a long-term force in the NFL.

Culpepper busted onto the scene in 2000 amid heavy criticism of then-coach Denny Green regarding his decision to give the keys to the team's supercharged offense to a kid who barely had a learner's permit.


Since then, however, Culpepper has regressed, showing a propensity both to make bad decisions under fire and to lose the ball while trying desperately to make good things happen.

As a result, Culpepper's 98.0 passer rating in 2000 sank to a 75.3 in 2002 -- and this trend isn't promising as he prepares for his fourth season as a starter.

Contract discussions to date have yielded some progress, but talks apparently have sputtered of late.
The Vikes simply aren't in a position to pay Culpepper like Plummer at a time when there's no guarantee that Daunte will pull his performance out of the toilet.

The real question here is whether a strong performance by Culpepper to start the 2003 season will be enough to bring both sides together.
Though it could make the Vikes more willing to pay 'Pepper what he wants now, his expectations could go up if he shows that he's ready to take it to the next level.

Still, from Minnesota's perspective, there's a strong incentive to get the deal done in 2003, since the Vikings have the cap room now to get the thing done.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm


LOL! Prophet was a Culpepper crotch sniffer? What a difference a few years makes.

It's funny what you come across when searching for something else.
:D


I made it very clear when I dropped him like the bag of shit that he is.
Character flaw.
When he went off to the press with his infantile e-mails and the other well documented head-case items I publically declared that I no longer supported him.
It wasn't just some random change of heart.

singersp
05-15-2008, 05:43 AM
"Prophet" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:


I'm a big Culpepper fan.
I have faith in this dude, sure hope he pulls it together and lands the big contract.

--------------

VIKES WILL WAIT-AND-SEE WITH CULPEPPER
4-7-03

A league source tells us that the Minnesota Vikings have decided to take a wait-and-see approach in their contract discussions with quarterback Daunte Culpepper.

According to the source, the team likely will wait until the middle of the 2003 season before working out a long-term deal with the 11th overall pick in the 1999 draft, since the jury is still out on the question of whether Culpepper will be a long-term force in the NFL.

Culpepper busted onto the scene in 2000 amid heavy criticism of then-coach Denny Green regarding his decision to give the keys to the team's supercharged offense to a kid who barely had a learner's permit.


Since then, however, Culpepper has regressed, showing a propensity both to make bad decisions under fire and to lose the ball while trying desperately to make good things happen.

As a result, Culpepper's 98.0 passer rating in 2000 sank to a 75.3 in 2002 -- and this trend isn't promising as he prepares for his fourth season as a starter.

Contract discussions to date have yielded some progress, but talks apparently have sputtered of late.
The Vikes simply aren't in a position to pay Culpepper like Plummer at a time when there's no guarantee that Daunte will pull his performance out of the toilet.

The real question here is whether a strong performance by Culpepper to start the 2003 season will be enough to bring both sides together.
Though it could make the Vikes more willing to pay 'Pepper what he wants now, his expectations could go up if he shows that he's ready to take it to the next level.

Still, from Minnesota's perspective, there's a strong incentive to get the deal done in 2003, since the Vikings have the cap room now to get the thing done.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm


LOL! Prophet was a Culpepper crotch sniffer? What a difference a few years makes.

It's funny what you come across when searching for something else.
:D


I made it very clear when I dropped him like the bag of shit that he is.
Character flaw.
When he went off to the press with his infantile e-mails and the other well documented head-case items I publically declared that I no longer supported him.
It wasn't just some random change of heart.


LOL! No need to explain anything. Hell, I always thought you disliked Culpepper from the day I joined in September of 2005.

Prophet
05-15-2008, 05:48 AM
"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:


I'm a big Culpepper fan.
I have faith in this dude, sure hope he pulls it together and lands the big contract.

--------------

VIKES WILL WAIT-AND-SEE WITH CULPEPPER
4-7-03

A league source tells us that the Minnesota Vikings have decided to take a wait-and-see approach in their contract discussions with quarterback Daunte Culpepper.

According to the source, the team likely will wait until the middle of the 2003 season before working out a long-term deal with the 11th overall pick in the 1999 draft, since the jury is still out on the question of whether Culpepper will be a long-term force in the NFL.

Culpepper busted onto the scene in 2000 amid heavy criticism of then-coach Denny Green regarding his decision to give the keys to the team's supercharged offense to a kid who barely had a learner's permit.


Since then, however, Culpepper has regressed, showing a propensity both to make bad decisions under fire and to lose the ball while trying desperately to make good things happen.

As a result, Culpepper's 98.0 passer rating in 2000 sank to a 75.3 in 2002 -- and this trend isn't promising as he prepares for his fourth season as a starter.

Contract discussions to date have yielded some progress, but talks apparently have sputtered of late.
The Vikes simply aren't in a position to pay Culpepper like Plummer at a time when there's no guarantee that Daunte will pull his performance out of the toilet.

The real question here is whether a strong performance by Culpepper to start the 2003 season will be enough to bring both sides together.
Though it could make the Vikes more willing to pay 'Pepper what he wants now, his expectations could go up if he shows that he's ready to take it to the next level.

Still, from Minnesota's perspective, there's a strong incentive to get the deal done in 2003, since the Vikings have the cap room now to get the thing done.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm


LOL! Prophet was a Culpepper crotch sniffer? What a difference a few years makes.

It's funny what you come across when searching for something else.
:D


I made it very clear when I dropped him like the bag of shit that he is.
Character flaw.
When he went off to the press with his infantile e-mails and the other well documented head-case items I publically declared that I no longer supported him.
It wasn't just some random change of heart.


LOL! No need to explain anything. Hell, I always thought you disliked Culpepper from the day I joined in September of 2005.


I like TJack now too, not because I think he's a hero, but, because I see potential in him (which doesn't mean shit).
More importantly, the coaching staff that sees him every day sees potential in him.


I think the blown knee with Culpepper brought out his true character.
When things are going well people can feign anything, when things get tough the character of a man comes out.
TJack seems to have his head on straight, based on the interviews I've seen/read.
Culpepper is a documented head-case.

singersp
05-15-2008, 05:51 AM
"Prophet" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:


I'm a big Culpepper fan.
I have faith in this dude, sure hope he pulls it together and lands the big contract.

--------------

VIKES WILL WAIT-AND-SEE WITH CULPEPPER
4-7-03

A league source tells us that the Minnesota Vikings have decided to take a wait-and-see approach in their contract discussions with quarterback Daunte Culpepper.

According to the source, the team likely will wait until the middle of the 2003 season before working out a long-term deal with the 11th overall pick in the 1999 draft, since the jury is still out on the question of whether Culpepper will be a long-term force in the NFL.

Culpepper busted onto the scene in 2000 amid heavy criticism of then-coach Denny Green regarding his decision to give the keys to the team's supercharged offense to a kid who barely had a learner's permit.


Since then, however, Culpepper has regressed, showing a propensity both to make bad decisions under fire and to lose the ball while trying desperately to make good things happen.

As a result, Culpepper's 98.0 passer rating in 2000 sank to a 75.3 in 2002 -- and this trend isn't promising as he prepares for his fourth season as a starter.

Contract discussions to date have yielded some progress, but talks apparently have sputtered of late.
The Vikes simply aren't in a position to pay Culpepper like Plummer at a time when there's no guarantee that Daunte will pull his performance out of the toilet.

The real question here is whether a strong performance by Culpepper to start the 2003 season will be enough to bring both sides together.
Though it could make the Vikes more willing to pay 'Pepper what he wants now, his expectations could go up if he shows that he's ready to take it to the next level.

Still, from Minnesota's perspective, there's a strong incentive to get the deal done in 2003, since the Vikings have the cap room now to get the thing done.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm


LOL! Prophet was a Culpepper crotch sniffer? What a difference a few years makes.

It's funny what you come across when searching for something else.
:D


I made it very clear when I dropped him like the bag of shit that he is.
Character flaw.
When he went off to the press with his infantile e-mails and the other well documented head-case items I publically declared that I no longer supported him.
It wasn't just some random change of heart.


LOL! No need to explain anything. Hell, I always thought you disliked Culpepper from the day I joined in September of 2005.


I like TJack now too, not because I think he's a hero, but, because I see potential in him (which doesn't mean shit).
More importantly, the coaching staff that sees him every day sees potential in him.


I think the blown knee with Culpepper brought out his true character.
When things are going well people can feign anything, when things get tough the character of a man comes out.
TJack seems to have his head on straight, based on the interviews I've seen/read. Culpepper is a documented head-case.



Although Culpepper was more prepared as a rookie than Booty is.

:P

Prophet
05-15-2008, 05:53 AM
"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:




I'm a big Culpepper fan.
I have faith in this dude, sure hope he pulls it together and lands the big contract.

--------------

VIKES WILL WAIT-AND-SEE WITH CULPEPPER
4-7-03

A league source tells us that the Minnesota Vikings have decided to take a wait-and-see approach in their contract discussions with quarterback Daunte Culpepper.

According to the source, the team likely will wait until the middle of the 2003 season before working out a long-term deal with the 11th overall pick in the 1999 draft, since the jury is still out on the question of whether Culpepper will be a long-term force in the NFL.

Culpepper busted onto the scene in 2000 amid heavy criticism of then-coach Denny Green regarding his decision to give the keys to the team's supercharged offense to a kid who barely had a learner's permit.


Since then, however, Culpepper has regressed, showing a propensity both to make bad decisions under fire and to lose the ball while trying desperately to make good things happen.

As a result, Culpepper's 98.0 passer rating in 2000 sank to a 75.3 in 2002 -- and this trend isn't promising as he prepares for his fourth season as a starter.

Contract discussions to date have yielded some progress, but talks apparently have sputtered of late.
The Vikes simply aren't in a position to pay Culpepper like Plummer at a time when there's no guarantee that Daunte will pull his performance out of the toilet.

The real question here is whether a strong performance by Culpepper to start the 2003 season will be enough to bring both sides together.
Though it could make the Vikes more willing to pay 'Pepper what he wants now, his expectations could go up if he shows that he's ready to take it to the next level.

Still, from Minnesota's perspective, there's a strong incentive to get the deal done in 2003, since the Vikings have the cap room now to get the thing done.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm


LOL! Prophet was a Culpepper crotch sniffer? What a difference a few years makes.

It's funny what you come across when searching for something else.
:D


I made it very clear when I dropped him like the bag of shit that he is.
Character flaw.
When he went off to the press with his infantile e-mails and the other well documented head-case items I publically declared that I no longer supported him.
It wasn't just some random change of heart.


LOL! No need to explain anything. Hell, I always thought you disliked Culpepper from the day I joined in September of 2005.


I like TJack now too, not because I think he's a hero, but, because I see potential in him (which doesn't mean shit).
More importantly, the coaching staff that sees him every day sees potential in him.


I think the blown knee with Culpepper brought out his true character.
When things are going well people can feign anything, when things get tough the character of a man comes out.
TJack seems to have his head on straight, based on the interviews I've seen/read. Culpepper is a documented head-case.



Although Culpepper was more prepared as a rookie than Booty is.

:P


lol, I heard Culpepper and Tice are a couple now.

singersp
05-15-2008, 05:58 AM
"Prophet" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"Prophet" wrote:






I'm a big Culpepper fan.
I have faith in this dude, sure hope he pulls it together and lands the big contract.

--------------

VIKES WILL WAIT-AND-SEE WITH CULPEPPER
4-7-03

A league source tells us that the Minnesota Vikings have decided to take a wait-and-see approach in their contract discussions with quarterback Daunte Culpepper.

According to the source, the team likely will wait until the middle of the 2003 season before working out a long-term deal with the 11th overall pick in the 1999 draft, since the jury is still out on the question of whether Culpepper will be a long-term force in the NFL.

Culpepper busted onto the scene in 2000 amid heavy criticism of then-coach Denny Green regarding his decision to give the keys to the team's supercharged offense to a kid who barely had a learner's permit.


Since then, however, Culpepper has regressed, showing a propensity both to make bad decisions under fire and to lose the ball while trying desperately to make good things happen.

As a result, Culpepper's 98.0 passer rating in 2000 sank to a 75.3 in 2002 -- and this trend isn't promising as he prepares for his fourth season as a starter.

Contract discussions to date have yielded some progress, but talks apparently have sputtered of late.
The Vikes simply aren't in a position to pay Culpepper like Plummer at a time when there's no guarantee that Daunte will pull his performance out of the toilet.

The real question here is whether a strong performance by Culpepper to start the 2003 season will be enough to bring both sides together.
Though it could make the Vikes more willing to pay 'Pepper what he wants now, his expectations could go up if he shows that he's ready to take it to the next level.

Still, from Minnesota's perspective, there's a strong incentive to get the deal done in 2003, since the Vikings have the cap room now to get the thing done.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm


LOL! Prophet was a Culpepper crotch sniffer? What a difference a few years makes.

It's funny what you come across when searching for something else.
:D


I made it very clear when I dropped him like the bag of shit that he is.
Character flaw.
When he went off to the press with his infantile e-mails and the other well documented head-case items I publically declared that I no longer supported him.
It wasn't just some random change of heart.


LOL! No need to explain anything. Hell, I always thought you disliked Culpepper from the day I joined in September of 2005.


I like TJack now too, not because I think he's a hero, but, because I see potential in him (which doesn't mean shit).
More importantly, the coaching staff that sees him every day sees potential in him.


I think the blown knee with Culpepper brought out his true character.
When things are going well people can feign anything, when things get tough the character of a man comes out.
TJack seems to have his head on straight, based on the interviews I've seen/read. Culpepper is a documented head-case.



Although Culpepper was more prepared as a rookie than Booty is.

:P


lol, I heard Culpepper and Tice are a couple now.



It's almost scary how much JDB looks like Tice.........

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b21/singersp82759/jdb2.jpg

Prophet
05-15-2008, 06:01 AM
"singersp" wrote:


.....It's almost scary how much JDB looks like Tice.........

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b21/singersp82759/jdb2.jpg


However, there's more of a 'mmmmmmm doooooonuts' expression in Tice's eyes.

http://www.fftodayforums.com/forum/uploads/photo-65819.jpg

El Vikingo
05-15-2008, 06:19 AM
Seeing the latest sad news ,I just hope Culp. doesn´t leave football and get caugth selling Coke on the streets... ::)