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MississippiViking
04-11-2007, 12:20 PM
I know this may not work but I just read an article where Miami may release Culpepper.
The best years these two had were together.
With our run game they should at least get the offense to be respectable and average 23-25 points a game.
We could probably get Moss for a third rounder.
I miss the days of the high flying offense.
I know chilly would never go for it but most of our best defensive players are getting up in age.
(P. Williams, Sharper, Winfield)

seaniemck7
04-11-2007, 12:36 PM
Good luck with that.

BadlandsVikings
04-11-2007, 12:50 PM
Cullpepper is a gimp.
Reunion at McDonalds.

baumy300
04-11-2007, 12:51 PM
Not only is he a gimp, but he's batshit as well.

JDogg926
04-11-2007, 12:52 PM
"BadlandsViking" wrote:


Cullpepper is a gimp.
Reunion at McDonalds.


While I don't see a reunion in the making, I don't think Culpepper's career is over.
The guy has problems with fumbles, and he is coming off the knee injury, but you can't deny that when he was on his game, he was a damn good QB.
He's still young, I don't think we've seen the last of him.
By we, I mean NFL fans.

cajunvike
04-11-2007, 12:53 PM
"MississippiViking" wrote:


I know this may not work but I just read an article where Miami may release Culpepper.
The best years these two had were together.
With our run game they should at least get the offense to be respectable and average 23-25 points a game.
We could probably get Moss for a third rounder.
I miss the days of the high flying offense.
I know chilly would never go for it but most of our best defensive players are getting up in age.
(P. Williams, Sharper, Winfield)


Maybe Oakland can pick up Culpepper...that would be a better chance for a Moss-Pep reunion than them both coming here!
I don't want Culpepper here anymore...Moss I would still take...at the right price, of course!

baumy300
04-11-2007, 12:56 PM
"cajunvike" wrote:


"MississippiViking" wrote:


I know this may not work but I just read an article where Miami may release Culpepper.
The best years these two had were together.
With our run game they should at least get the offense to be respectable and average 23-25 points a game.
We could probably get Moss for a third rounder.
I miss the days of the high flying offense.
I know chilly would never go for it but most of our best defensive players are getting up in age.
(P. Williams, Sharper, Winfield)


Maybe Oakland can pick up Culpepper...that would be a better chance for a Moss-Pep reunion than them both coming here!
I don't want Culpepper here anymore...Moss I would still take...at the right price, of course!


Yeah if Moss came to us for cheap I would say take him. If not, I wouldn't bother and try to go after CJ.

DustinDupont
04-11-2007, 01:04 PM
moss is sweet and will always be sweet he just needs a qb to throw em the ball culpepper is ten times better than any qb oakland has and would probally make them both pro bowlers again if they reunited cuz moss is just that good and culpepper would be good cuz he would have moss to throw to

Rattz
04-11-2007, 01:11 PM
No friggin way.
Moss is not sweet.
When is the last time his ankles or hammy have been right?
Pepp. - his knee injury is career threatening.
These two are pretty much done.

Thanks for the great memories, but both are just shell's of their former selves.

PurplePackerEater
04-11-2007, 01:17 PM
"cajunvike" wrote:


"MississippiViking" wrote:


I know this may not work but I just read an article where Miami may release Culpepper.
The best years these two had were together.
With our run game they should at least get the offense to be respectable and average 23-25 points a game.
We could probably get Moss for a third rounder.
I miss the days of the high flying offense.
I know chilly would never go for it but most of our best defensive players are getting up in age.
(P. Williams, Sharper, Winfield)


Maybe Oakland can pick up Culpepper...that would be a better chance for a Moss-Pep reunion than them both coming here!
I don't want Culpepper here anymore...Moss I would still take...at the right price, of course!


Ditto.

The Dropper
04-11-2007, 03:16 PM
I hadn't realized the PPO hell would be used to store annoying threads, but I love it. Does this also mean that the author of this thread is stuck in hell, or just the thread itself?

Zeus
04-11-2007, 03:24 PM
"The" wrote:


I hadn't realized the PPO hell would be used to store annoying threads, but I love it. Does this also mean that the author of this thread is stuck in hell, or just the thread itself?


Just the thread.


=Z=

ultravikingfan
04-11-2007, 03:42 PM
"The" wrote:


I hadn't realized the PPO hell would be used to store annoying threads, but I love it. Does this also mean that the author of this thread is stuck in hell, or just the thread itself?


Tis deserving of hell

so-cal vike
05-07-2007, 08:53 PM
Excellent.


A Moss-Culpepper thread put exactly where it belongs.
Now let's just get all the Moss and Culpepper threads and bring them down here.