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    All-Time NFL Idiots

    Just for fun...Since we are scraping for new material on the bye week.

    My top 5 of all time includes:

    1-Deion Sanders
    2-Michael Irvin
    3-RayRay
    4-TO
    5-Ryan Leaf

    Honorable mention: Al Davis, Mike Vick, Bruce Arians
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    Re: All-Time NFL Idiots

    I might throw Phillip Rivers in there. He reminds me of the spaz kid in high school who needed to be knocked on his Arse.
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    Re: All-Time NFL Idiots

    Charles Martin of the Packers. He, in essence, ended the career of Jim McMahon with what is arguably the cheapest shot in NFL history. Ranks right up there with Turkey Jones on TB.

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    Re: All-Time NFL Idiots

    Quote Originally Posted by SidSmythe
    I might throw Phillip Rivers in there. He reminds me of the spaz kid in high school who needed to be knocked on his Arse.
    We just may get to do that!
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    Re: All-Time NFL Idiots

    Pac Man Jones.

    Bam Morris.

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    Rex Grossman.

    Anybody who is an NFL QB & admits on TV that he was more focused on New Years Eve festivities than on beating the Green Bay Packers is an idiot.

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    Re: All-Time NFL Idiots

    Quote Originally Posted by stlrz d
    Pac Man Jones.

    Bam Morris.
    I have to totaly agree with you on these two! Another good one...Dimitrius Underwood, remember him?

    I considered Ricky Williams but he appears to have straightened himself out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by "stlrz d":3b4683gn
    Pac Man Jones.

    Bam Morris.
    I have to totaly agree with you on these two! Another good one...Dimitrius Underwood, remember him?

    I considered Ricky Williams but he appears to have straightened himself out.[/quote:3b4683gn]

    Yeah I remember him. In his defense though, didn't he get sucked into some kind of cult or something? And he was also bi-polar.

    Too bad cuz he could have been very, very good.

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    tony romo...i don't really even need to list any reasons...this guy think he's hollywood and he has yet to win a playoff game
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    Quote Originally Posted by mshifko
    tony romo...i don't really even need to list any reasons...this guy think he's hollywood and he has yet to win a playoff game

    In his defense, he's treated like he's freaking hollywood by all the damned media. He's what? 27, 28? Hard not to buy into your own hype at that point...

    I'm gonna nominate Fred-Ex i.e. Freddie Mitchell and Vanderjagt... waaaay too loud or an "idiot kicker"

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