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Rex Grossman shouldn't QB a flag football team

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So far in the first half, and there is still over 8 minutes left, Grossman has fumbled 3 times and threw one pick. He can't even get away from the center with the ball, 2 of his fumbles are from the snap. How can the bears continue to keep this guy as their starter?? He is the only thing holding them back from being a completely dominant team in the NFC.

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They are the completely dominant team in the NFC, with him. I think what you mean to say is that with a half way decent QB, they'd be dominant in the NFL. Then I would agree with you. Alot of college teams could whoop up on half the teams in the NFC- its gotten sad.

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Grossman will be the MVP this season. LOL tongue.gif

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Grossman will be the MVP this season. LOL
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"Most Vile Passer" ! grin.gif

Good Luck!

Ken

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"Most Vile Passer" !


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That's right. I saw bits and pieces of the game and he looked awful as usual. Good thing the northern division stinks, as does the NFC in general. There wasn't much available this year in free agency, but they had their chance at some talent last year. I would have given a vet like Trent Green, Billy Volek, or someone else a shot. All you have to do is take care of the ball, a la Trent Dilfer with the Ravens a few years back.

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All i gotta say is Brian Griese

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vick would be better and he'll be in jail

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What about Culpepper? They should have tried for him.... crazy.gif

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