2004 NFL SEASON PREVIEW – AFC NORTH

AFC NORTH (Listed in order of 2003 finish) ED: Ed Agner : BB: Bill Barnwell : PR: Phil Rippa   BALTIMORE RAVENS (2003 record: 10-6, Lost in AFC Wild Card Round) Key Additions: WR Terrell Ow–Whoops, WR Kevin Johnson, CB Dale Carter, QB Kordell Stewart Key Losses: TE John Jones, CB Tom Knight, QB Chris Redman, WR Marcus Robinson, WR Frank Sanders […]

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2004 NFL SEASON PREVIEW – AFC EAST

AFC EAST (Teams listed in Order of 2003 Finish) BB: Bill Barnwell : ED: Ed Agner: PR: Phil Rippa   NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (2003 Record: 14-2, Won Super Bowl) Key Additions: Corey Dillon, Terrell Buckley, Keith Traylor, Rodney Bailey, Josh Miller, Jeff Burris, Bob Hallen, Zeron Flemister, J.J. Stokes… or not, same deal with Kurt Kittner and Otis Smith and Dana Stubblefield, […]

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Forgotten Player of the Moment – QUINCY CARTER

QUINCY CARTER (by PHIL RIPPA) I had an epiphany (I was going to say a little epiphany but I realized that due to the nature of the word there really isn’t any half-assing it. We are in Do or Do Not territory). I have been hacking away at this site for, on and off, over 10 years. This means that […]

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Forgotten Player of the Moment – FUAD REVEIZ

FUAD REVEIZ PHIL RIPPA (with the assist from Ed Agner)   First – I provide you with a little glimpse at how things work around here. And this will be funnier than anything I will be able to write about Fuad Reveiz. A conversation Ed and I had… Rippa: Man – I should do Fuad Reveiz just so I could […]

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A Madden 2005 Moment – Barnwell

MADDEN GAME OF THE SOMETHING Detroit Lions (Bill, 9-0) at San Francisco 49ers (CPU, 4-5) Week 10, 2007 (by Bill Barnwell)   A little introduction to begin. I rebuilt my team after the 2006 season, trading away all my veterans for draft picks or younger players and eating the cap problems. I ended up with something like eight first rounders, […]

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