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    Re: Kickers - yes they're players too



    Quote Originally Posted by cjandrze View Post
    Imagine how this guy is feeling right now too.

    UDFA Rookie comes in and TAKES the starting job right away from Cundiff. I know he blew it last year but he played up to par in pre-season.

    Clutches it up all year long actually winning more than a few games for us (including the legendary Denver Game)

    And is now part of a Super Bowl Team.

    There is absolutely no fucking way we are playing in this Super Bowl with Billy Cundiff.

    Thanks a lot Tucker!
    He was also on the 49ers briefly. He missed two trips to the Super Bowl.




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    Re: Kickers - yes they're players too

    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    Jim O'Brien won SB 5 with a FG
    with 3 seconds remain.
    And like Tucker he was a rookie.
    Four years later he got hit in the face with a beer bottle by the ex husband of a girl he was talking to in bar.
    Messed up his eye,cut his career short.




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    Re: Kickers - yes they're players too

    Quote Originally Posted by cjandrze View Post
    ... UDFA Rookie comes in and TAKES the starting job right away from Cundiff...
    I wish we had him last year... Bc




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    2002: Tuck Rule?
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    TUCKER RULES!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Baltimoreboy View Post
    And like Tucker he was a rookie.
    Four years later he got hit in the face with a beer bottle by the ex husband of a girl he was talking to in bar.
    Messed up his eye,cut his career short.
    He made the NFL list for Top 10 One Shot Wonders. It's amazing he made that kick, considering he missed several EASIER FGs throughout the season.
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    Re: Kickers - yes they're players too

    Quote Originally Posted by Baltimoreboy View Post
    And like Tucker he was a rookie.
    Four years later he got hit in the face with a beer bottle by the ex husband of a girl he was talking to in bar.
    Messed up his eye,cut his career short.
    Yea, damn shame.

    Jim said he didn't even know the gal. She just sat next to him at the bar. He got a tryout with the Giants
    later on and didn't make the team but said his heart wasn't even in it.

    Actually, Jim was a complete football player because he doubled as a WR and wasn't too bad either. You
    never see that today so Matte gave Jim a break on that one.

    I remembered that Jim O'Brien story the a few weeks ago when a guy was karaoke singing and his wife came up to
    me at the end the bar and got a little too close. I kept looking around for her
    husband and said I gotta go to the bathroom and slipped out the back door. I'll tell ya man, the girls in that bar talk with their boobs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    He made the NFL list for Top 10 One Shot Wonders. It's amazing he made that kick, considering he missed several EASIER FGs throughout the season.

    Yea, I couldn't even watch it just like Tucker's kick. Too nervous, just like Earl Weaver when he stood in the tunnel
    to the locker room and smoked a pack of cigs when a certain reliever was on the mound-lol. He would come
    in with the bases loaded and send a long fly ball deep to the outfield every time but the guy always caught it to retire
    the side. He drove Earl nuts.
    Last edited by AirFlacco; 02-01-2013 at 09:42 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shambla View Post
    LOL i love our team so much.




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    did shawn o'hara just say that the 2 kickers in the super bowl had 2 of the 3 lowest kicking %'s this season???????

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/statistics/pl...e/seasontype/2

    what a fuking moron




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    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    did shawn o'hara just say that the 2 kickers in the super bowl had 2 of the 3 lowest kicking %'s this season???????

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/statistics/pl...e/seasontype/2

    what a fuking moron
    Shouldn't be a surprise that these guys just say shit without doing their homework.

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