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Thread: D'Brick is NOT a Pro Bowler? What? You Promised.

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    D'Brick is NOT a Pro Bowler? What? You Promised.

    You told me I could sleep at night after passing on **** *******, *** ******, and ***** ****** because instead of a franchise QB we'd be taking a franchise, sure-thing, pro-bowl left tackle.

    What happened? He played every game, didn't he? Plenty of rookies become pro bowlers; why not D'Brick like you promised?



    SAR I

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    this thread doesn't deserve validation, perhaps some intelligent posters should turn it on its head.

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    how many rookies made the pro-bowl? I honestly don't know, because I'm not going to waste time looking.

    but you SHOULD know, if you really want to pursue another ridiculous discussion

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    SAR it's good to have you back you really add alot to the board

    i like it better when you started threads about the best way to negotiate with hookers

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    Poor SAR, you've got a rough life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    You told me I could sleep at night after passing on **** *******, *** ******, and ***** ****** because instead of a franchise QB we'd be taking a franchise, sure-thing, pro-bowl left tackle.

    What happened? He played every game, didn't he? Plenty of rookies become pro bowlers; why not D'Brick like you promised?



    SAR I


    dude, you're worse than a troll.

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    Where's Matt Leinart aka "the best QB to come out in 20 years"?

    With that kind of talent and reputation, surely he would be able to make the probowl in his rookie season, right?

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    where's matt leinhart? i must have missed his name on the NFC list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    You told me I could sleep at night after passing on **** *******, *** ******, and ***** ****** because instead of a franchise QB we'd be taking a franchise, sure-thing, pro-bowl left tackle.

    What happened? He played every game, didn't he? Plenty of rookies become pro bowlers; why not D'Brick like you promised?



    SAR I
    I believe the fix was in. blame Al Groh from UVA telling the coaches not to vote for D'Brick because of an affair he had with Groh's wife. Not only that... Matt Leinart paid Paris Hilton to sleep with some voters, that cost D'Brick the Pro Bowl birth... Also hurt Leinart's chances... he would have ben a surefire Pro Bowler if it wasn't for his hatred of small woodland creatures, which the Pro Bowl Committee loves

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauliec
    how many rookies made the pro-bowl? I honestly don't know, because I'm not going to waste time looking.

    but you SHOULD know, if you really want to pursue another ridiculous discussion
    I'm pretty sure only Devin Hester...

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    Solid rookie..ROOKIE!, solid draft pick, great potential to be a future pro-bowler, started the whole year, improved a decimated OL which has made us competitive again after a dismal 2005....good move hands down. This franchise is going in the right direction so stop posting drunk..LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    You told me I could sleep at night after passing on **** *******, *** ******, and ***** ****** because instead of a franchise QB we'd be taking a franchise, sure-thing, pro-bowl left tackle.

    What happened? He played every game, didn't he? Plenty of rookies become pro bowlers; why not D'Brick like you promised?



    SAR I
    .... boring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable
    Where's Matt Leinart aka "the best QB to come out in 20 years"?

    With that kind of talent and reputation, surely he would be able to make the probowl in his rookie season, right?
    We don't discuss players that aren't on the team.

    Why didn't D'Brick make the pro bowl?

    SAR I

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    We don't discuss players that aren't on the team.

    Why didn't D'Brick make the pro bowl?

    SAR I
    Tarik Glenn deserved it big time this year, he might have been the best LT in the league. And Ogden is Ogden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    We don't discuss players that aren't on the team.

    Why didn't D'Brick make the pro bowl?

    SAR I
    Just to bug you.

    Did it?

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    Sorry if you misheard, we all said Brick would be a Pro Bowler....10 pin if you must know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    We don't discuss players that aren't on the team.

    Why didn't D'Brick make the pro bowl?

    SAR I
    He wasn't one of the 2 best Tackles in AFC in 2006, according to fans, players, and league personnel. How do you not know what the Pro Bowl format is?

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    SAR. Some number of relevance for you:

    Matt Leinart's First Year so far:

    11 Games, 205 for 364 (56.3%) for 2385 Yards, 10 TD, 12 INT. 71.7 QB Rating.

    Playing with Boldin, Fitzgerald and Edge James.

    Patrick Ramsey in 2003 (his second year under Spurrior):

    11 Games, 179 for 337 (53.1%) for 2166 Yards, 14 TD, 9 INT. 75.8 QB Rating.

    Playing with Coles, Rob Gardner and Trung Candidate at RB.

    Thank you. Goodnight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chesapeakejet
    Just to bug you.

    Did it?
    No. I don't pay attention to overpaid fat linemen. I only focus on playmakers.

    SAR I

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    You told me I could sleep at night after passing on **** *******, *** ******, and ***** ****** because instead of a franchise QB we'd be taking a franchise, sure-thing, pro-bowl left tackle.

    What happened? He played every game, didn't he? Plenty of rookies become pro bowlers; why not D'Brick like you promised?
    SAR's right! Aside from keeping our fragile QB healthy and productive and helping establish a decent running game enroute to an overachieving 8-6 record, D-Brick has been a bust.
    PS: Just out of curiosity, did O. Pace, J. Ogden or W. Jones make the Pro-Bowl as a rookies?

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