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    A tribute to Ken O'Brien!


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    I thought this was funny!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDYtL1MuHCA

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    Insert picture of statue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Harris View Post
    Insert picture of statue.
    He's not mobile, but he does move around enough in the pocket to get set and deliver a well thrown ball.

    Is it me or does that ball just leap off his right hand??? I guess it's cuz I was a kid back then but I don't remember him having that big of an arm, jeez.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Harris View Post
    Insert picture of statue.


    http://photographsamerica.com/shared...1Xlmijx0sL.jpg

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    If they only gave my boy Kenny O a O-line to play behind he had all the tools!except mobility!

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    He was supposed to be Marino....
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    Kenny O to Wesley Walker... a thing of beauty

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    he might have been better if they gave him a better line. i seem to recall he was sacked something like 70 times one season. one flaw he had was holdong onto the ball too long and taking the sack. hard to believe coslet launched him for boomer.

    Quote Originally Posted by Apache 51 View Post
    He was supposed be Marino....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jims jetts View Post
    the 2nd best QB in our teams history..

    the video helped me remember how great a downfield passer kenny was..

    thanks for posting this..

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    [Photo of man vomiting here]

    There. Tribute To Ken O'Brien.

    SAR I
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Harris View Post
    Insert picture of statue.
    Boo!

    Quote Originally Posted by RageATL View Post
    He's not mobile, but he does move around enough in the pocket to get set and deliver a well thrown ball.

    Is it me or does that ball just leap off his right hand??? I guess it's cuz I was a kid back then but I don't remember him having that big of an arm, jeez.

    Quote Originally Posted by rich1223 View Post
    If they only gave my boy Kenny O a O-line to play behind he had all the tools!except mobility!



    After a while, Kenny had the thousand yard stare combat vets get...

    Still my favorite Jersey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache 51 View Post
    He was supposed be Marino....
    i remember a pretty heavy rumor as to why so many teams passed on marino..

    *sniff*

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    Walker left some dbs in the dust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetgreen13 View Post
    i remember a pretty heavy rumor as to why so many teams passed on marino..

    *sniff*
    Hindsight is 20-20 they say.

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    Walker left some dbs in the dust.
    Thing of beauty. Great memories.

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    I can't believe Dan Marino and the Dolphins scored 45 points and lost to this guy. I guess we won in the long run, but that loss stings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich1223 View Post
    If they only gave my boy Kenny O a O-line to play behind he had all the tools!except mobility!
    a better Head Coach would have helped to. If OB had Wiess or Earhart he would have been great. He could throw a great Deep ball

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