View Full Version : C-Pep showing us the skills.
09-17-2006, 12:09 PM
Daunte Culpepper is showing us the skills we have expected from the most over hyped part of the Miami Hype Machine - 2 consecutive fumbles on the opening series v Buffalo - the first one he wasn't even hit.
09-17-2006, 02:07 PM
Miami looks absolutely terrible.
Culpepper has 5 sacks, 2 fumbles and an Int.
The O-Line looks horrible and the Bills are all over them.
The Bills dont trust Losman - its 13-0 late in the 3rd.
09-17-2006, 02:08 PM
Said it before week one's matchup and I'll say it again. OVERRATED.
Culpepper 23/32 250 yards 1 TD, 7 Sacks and 1 INT against a depleted Buffalo Bill defense.
09-17-2006, 08:07 PM
Culpepper and the Phins killed my Pick-em.
09-17-2006, 08:11 PM
Culpepper is just... bad. Wow, I was one of the people who thought that the Dolphins were going places this year. But it looks like they'll be in the basement of the division for a lot of this season.
Just when it looked like someone could finally dethrone the Pats...
09-17-2006, 08:12 PM
I take part in a raider forum. when the raiders were pursuing daunte i posted how bad daunte sucked. I was called a hater and was told all of his stats and how great he was. I'm orignally from south dakota. I lived right on the south dakota/minnesota border. So i've had to watch the vikings all my life. Randy really did make daunte the same way he made george, cunningham, johnson and even todd bauman. Phins made a mistake here
09-17-2006, 11:02 PM
Re: 10 most important NFL off-season moves
Originally Posted by SteelersMongol
1. QB Daunte Culpepper from Minnesota to Miami
What do Jay Fiedler, A.J. Feeley and Gus Frerotte have in common, besides last names that begin with "F"? They've been the Miami Dolphins' primary "solutions" at quarterback since Dan Marino retired after the 1999 season, and primary reasons this former offensive juggernaut of a team has ranked in the top ten in points scored only once in the new millennium. In March of 2006, the 'Fins rolled the dice and sent a second-round pick to Minnesota for the services of Daunte Culpepper after Drew Brees proved too expensive. Culpepper's 2005 was a catastrophe ? he was named in the Vikings' "boat party" allegations, threw twice as many interceptions as touchdowns, lost his offensive coordinator, starting center, and some guy named Randy Moss, and tore three ligaments in his right knee. But his 2004 season and those before had him in increasingly rarefied air, and he's due for a good comeback if he can return healthy and adapt to Miami's offense.
Bust! I don't see him having a good year at all. We get him early which will be even easier. Harrington may be the starter by the end of the year.
This is a post that I had from 8/11/06. Hate to say I told you so!
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