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Mayhem Scrapple Since: 25.4.03 From: Nashville, TN Since last post: 81 days Last activity: 11 days # 1 Posted on 11.9.03 1132.11 The Titans signed 44 year old Gary Anderson to replace kicker Joe Nedney (who's out for the entire season due to suffering an injury in the Raiders game this past Sunday). Not a bad deal ... at least we can say that we got the NFL's all time leading scorer with us for a season. "This is U.S. History, I see the globe right there." -- Jeff Spicoli, Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Promote this thread!
Sec19Row53 Lap cheong Since: 2.1.02 From: Oconomowoc, WI Since last post: 3 days Last activity: 1 day
Y!: # 2 Posted on 11.9.03 1215.40 It's also a good thing that you have a guy in Hentrich with the demonstrated leg strength for kick-offs and 50+ yard field goals. I'm not sure that Gary is up for those any longer. Booked to be Wiener of the Day May 16-18, 2003
Melon' Head Bauerwurst Since: 27.7.03 From: Toledo ohio Since last post: 3538 days Last activity: 3517 days # 3 Posted on 11.9.03 1708.20 If I remember correctly he was the kicker that dashed the Miami Dolphins hopes of winning the AFC East last year, than the next week Adam Vinetieri put them out of the playoffs all together.I think Gary Anderson still has some steam left in him.Man I remember him kicking when I was in high school. (edited by Melon' Head on 11.9.03 1509)
Excalibur05 Knackwurst Since: 19.1.02 From: Minnesota Since last post: 147 days Last activity: 1 day
AIM: # 4 Posted on 12.9.03 0359.29
The Vikes better the hell hope that Elling doesn't screw up this year because Gary was our back-up plan. Again. Wisconsin Badgers: 2-0 (Uh...Akron? Defense, don't allow that many points ever again. Now if Lee Evans could score from the one every week, that'd be great) Minnesota Vikings: 1-0 (Had me scared there at the end, but the defense was mega-solid, and the offense looked good. Dare I hope for a good year?)
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