Monday, October 13, 2008

Will the NFC East go 1 for 4?

What a day for the NFC East. Would have been 0 for 3 if the EAGLES didn't score 23 in the 4th qtr.

I knew the CARDS would win, but didn't think it would be in overtime. Romo was in rare playoff form, wasn't he? I doubt it will happen, but now I am hoping the GIANTS can slip up tonight so that the SKINS loss doesn't have that big of an impact on the standings.

Lookout AFC, Peyton and the COLTS came alive and put a woopin' on the RAVENS.
The BUCS suprised me yesterday with a blowout of the PANTHERS. I thought it would be a closer game and that the PANTHERS would pick up the win but we have a battle on hand in the NFC South.

The suprise of the NFC has got to be the FALCONS. They play a tough run defense next week against the EAGLES, but could suprise us again and pick up 2 out of their next 3.

Anybody have a guess on the NFC North? Looks like .500 could win you the division in this one. Sounds like the NFC East....

What was with the PATS timeout last night with :02 left on the clock? Take the loss and get off the field why don't ya. Can the CHARGERS keep it going, or are they going to win one and then lose one all year?

Alright, had to rush through so I can get back to the Jersey list. Here's Numbers 6 -10:


I did alot of research on this one, but I couldn't find anyone worthy to put up here:

Bubby Brister? QB Steelers, No.
Robbie Bosco QB BYU
. Maybe. Led the COUGARS to only National Championship.


Winner: John Elway QB Denver Broncos (1983-1998)

Number one pick in NFL Draft in 1983. 9 time Pro Bowler. 5 time All-Pro. 1987 NFL MVP. Super Bowl MVP. Inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2004.

Runner up: Danny Wuerffel QB Florida Gators (1993-1996)

I played against this guy in High School. He put up some pretty good numbers at Fort Walton Beach High, and I can remember they squeezed a out a win our senior year in the rain. I think they went on to win State that year (1991).
Heisman Trophy winner 1996. Led the GATORS to National Championship that year. Won 4 SEC Titles. Two time First Team All American. Two time Davey O'Brien award winner. Johnny Unitas award winner. Sammy Baugh award winner. Most decorated player in GATOR history.

Honorable Mention: John Elway QB Stanford (1979-1982)


Winner: Troy Aikman QB Dallas Cowboys (1989-2000)

Number one pick in 1989 NFL Draft. 6 time Pro Bowler. 3 time All Pro. Led Cowboys to 3 Super Bowl Championships. Super Bowl XXVII MVP. Most wins by any QB in a decade (90s)

Runner Up: Davey O'Brien QB TCU (1935-1938)

O'Brien was the first player ever to win the Heisman, Walter Camp and Maxwell Award in the same year. Led TCU to National Championship in 1938. He has a College Award named for him so he has to be on the list.

Honorable Mention: Steve Young QB San Fransisco 49ers (1987-1999)

7 time Pro Bowl and ALL PRO selection. 3 time Super Bowl Champion. MVP Super Bowl XXIX. Two time NFL MVP. NFL Offensive Player of the Year 1992. 96.8 Career QB rating is best all time.


Winner: Sonny Jurgensen QB Philadelphia Eagles (1957-1963) Washington
Redskins (1964-1974)

5 time Pro Bowl and All Pro selection. NFLs All Decade Team (60s). One of the 70 Greatest Redskins.

Runner Up: Jim McMahon QB BYU Cougars (1977-1981)
Over 9500 career passing yards at BYU. Left BYU with 70 NCAA records. 1st round Draft pick by Chicago Bears in 1982. Won Davey O'Brien award in 1981. NFC Rookie of Year in 1982. Two time Super Bowl Champion (Bears, Packers). 1991 Comeback Player of Year.


Winner: Fran Tarkenton QB Minnesota Vikings (1961-66, 1972-78)

NY Giants (1967-71)

9 time Pro Bowl selection. 6 time All Pro. 1975 NFL MVP. 1975 Offensive Player of the Year. 1964 Pro Bowl MVP. Vikings career passing leader (33,098 yds) and TD leader (239). Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1986 and College Football HOF in 1987.

Runner up: Vince Young QB Texas Longhorns (2003-2005)

Dual Threat QB who passed for 1,849 yds and rushed for 1,189 yds his sophomore season in 2004. Won Rose Bowl and finished 11-1 his first year as a full-time starter. Put up one of the most dominating single performances in NCAA history in 2005 during the BCS Championship Game against then No.1 USC Trojans. Ran for 200 yds. and passed for 267 yds. 2005 Rose Bowl MVP. 2005 Davey O'Brien award winner. Career record at Texas was 30-2. #10 on ESPNs all time College Players in the history of NCAA.

Honorable mention: Me. QB, TE Pine Forest High School (1987-1991)

Until next time....fall out.

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