Considering Green wanted to work on the west coast, Arizona was the most likely option. I like this move for Arizona, as they've got a great young running back in Shipp and a great young reciever in Boldin, so if they pick up a good qb somewhere they could have a really good offense. Of course this is the Arizona Cardinals, so they'll probably find some way to fuck it up.
"No iniquity or cruelty can exceed our own if we pusillanimously ... surrender successive generations to a condition of wretchedness. Will you do in your life what will live forever?" - WARRIOR
I always wondered why Dennis Green was out of football so long. I hope he can be successfull, as he is somebody I respect. With a new stadium FINALLY getting built out there (isnt it?) and a couple of offensive stars in the making, I can see him doing some very good things out in the dessert.
The only thing going for the Raiders is that they were in the Super Bowl last year. They're a decent team now, but when Gannon, Rice, Brown and all of the other really old Raiders finally hang 'em up, the team's gonna fall and fall fast. The Cardinals have nowhere to go but up, and the Raiders are falling too fast to turn around before they hit rock bottom.
Originally posted by CRZ on January 4, 2001Somebody should remind Jericho that Y2K is over and he risks dating himself.
Originally posted by CRZ on December 24, 2001Look, it's almost 2002 - is there ANY chance we'll see the "Y2J" moniker fall by the wayside ANY time soon?
Originally posted by Mayhem So do they take a QB in the draft or do they think defense? My pick would be to take Eli Manning. I think he's as good as his brother was at this point and look what Peyton has done in Indy.
Why not make a run at Peyton? They have more cap than anyone in football, and if Bidwell is serious about competing, then he'd be a good centerpiece, and could free up their pick to take somone on the defensive side of the ball or Robert Gallery.
It is the soldier not the reporter, who has given us freedom of the press
It is the soldier not the poet, who has given us freedom of speech
It is the soldier not the campus organizer, who has given us the freedom to demonstrate
It is the soldier not the lawyer, who has given us the right to a fair trial
It is the soldier, who saluted the flag, who serves beneath the flag, and whose coffin is draped by the flag, who allows the protester to burn the flag -Anonymous
Actually, that's not 100% true. In 2000, the NFL leader in fumbles was Jon Kitna with 17. Ricky Williams was tied for 17th with 8. In 2001, the NFL leader in fumbles was Kerry Collins with 22. (!) Ricky Williams was tied for 19th with 6.