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Chargers/Panthers from PFW

#1
http://profootballweekly.com/PFW/Commentary/Columns/2006/harkush2109.htm

Here is the best part from the article.

"The AFC West is where I get a bit radical. I’ve got the Chargers first, Kansas City second, Denver third and the Raiders with a top-four draft choice next year. K.C. and the Broncos will both be wild cards, and if QB Philip Rivers is serviceable or better — and it says here he’ll be better — the Chargers will represent the AFC in the Super Bowl."
 

Boltdiehard

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#3
MtlBoltsFan said:
If Brady Quinn goes to the Faiders we are fugged :icon_eek:
No worries, I'm sure Uncle Al will pass on Quinn for some guy from leisureworld University that runs a 2.3 forty and weighs 120 pounds.


:icon_rofl:
 
#4
The Raiders will win just enough games to miss out on Quinn.:yes:

They will be looking for another cast-off next season after canning Brooks.:lol:
 

MtlBoltsFan

Jesse Ventura/Howard Stern 2016
#5
Boltdiehard said:
No worries, I'm sure Uncle Al will pass on Quinn for some guy from leisureworld University that runs a 2.3 forty and weighs 120 pounds.


:icon_rofl:
Yah they'll probably go with Calvin Johnson and leisure will convert to the dark side. May the bubble be with you.
 

Trumpet_Man

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#7
MtlBoltsFan said:
Yah they'll probably go with Calvin Johnson and leisure will convert to the dark side. May the bubble be with you.
He always loses his mind around a week or two before draft day and goes all bling. I had him appointed as the Prime Minister of BEEF and the mo-fo bailed and went all bling.

leisure needs help - maybe a high calonic - I dunno but something is in order.
 

SDRay

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#8
Chargers and Panthers in the SB

The way I see it: Panthers, Chargers have Super look

By Hub Arkush

http://profootballweekly.com/PFW/Commentary/Columns/2006/harkush2109.htm

The AFC West is where I get a bit radical. I’ve got the Chargers first, Kansas City second, Denver third and the Raiders with a top-four draft choice next year. K.C. and the Broncos will both be wild cards, and if QB Philip Rivers is serviceable or better — and it says here he’ll be better — the Chargers will represent the AFC in the Super Bowl.
I do like the Panthers to knock off the Chargers in the Super Bowl, and for that to happen, Peppers will emerge as the Defensive MVP in a very tight battle with the reigning studs, Bears MLB Brian Urlacher and Chargers OLB Shawne Merriman. Peyton Manning is always a safe bet as Offensive MVP, but I think LaDainian Tomlinson is a better bet on the road to a Super Bowl berth.
 

AnteaterRaider

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#13
Chargers and Panthers in the SB

eldwin said:


The stars are aligned for this to be a special year... praise be to AJ!!

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preach Prophets
 

BFISA

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#14
Chargers and Panthers in the SB

eldwin said:


The stars are aligned for this to be a special year... praise be to AJ!!
Somma y'all're teetering for signing Olivea!!:icon_eek: :icon_mrgreen: :lol: :yes:
 
#15
Chargers and Panthers in the SB

eldwin said:


The stars are aligned for this to be a special year... praise be to AJ!!
A ring and the Lombardi trophy is all that maters so I bow to the greatness that is AJ Smith.

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