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TackleMeBen
05-30-2007, 11:30 AM
1. Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints): Despite working in a city visited by women who will lift their jerseys without a downpour of U.S. currency, Brees has a relatively clean street record.
According to rumor, he once shushed someone at the Purdue library, but we haven't been able to corroborate the tale.
Rating: 110

2. Carson Palmer (Cincinnati Bengals): Palmer has impressed scouts with his ability to just say no to social offers from certain teammates.
To date, a football is the only thing he's passed to Chris Henry. Rating: 105


3. Matt Hasselbeck (Seattle Seahawks): A Chunky Soup commercial appearance has yet to spell disaster, but Matt could be in for trouble if he meets up with one of his sister-in-law's co-workers from The View.
Then again, he still needs a husky blocker to replace Steve Hutchinson at guard.
Rating: 102.3

4. Vince Young (Tennessee Titans): The former Texas Longhorn had a shaky beginning, reportedly throwing a party before throwing an NFL pass.
But anyone who can survive Austin should have little trouble in Nashville.
Also note that the Madden Curse usually kicks in when something bad happens on the field.
Rating: 100

5. Chad Pennington (New York Jets): He once attempted to throw New York City reporters under the bus, but didn't have the arm strength.
Rating: 98.6

6. Rex Grossman (Chicago Bears): As long as the Super Bowl isn't played on New Year's Eve, Grossman should be just dandy when not in uniform.
Some Bears fans are still counting down the seconds until another QB is drafted.
Rating: 95.3

7. Steve McNair (Baltimore Ravens): Steve wasn't driving, but still managed to be credited with a DUI. The on-field equivalent would be getting hurt and handing the offensive keys to Kyle Boller.
Rating: 92

8. Jeff Garcia (Tampa Bay Buccaneers): According to published reports, Garcia has been fought over by a couple of remarkably beautiful women. We're not sure if this was before or after Terrell Owens suggested his then-teammate might be gay. We're also not certain that both events were related.
Rating: 90

9. Peyton Manning (Indianapolis Colts): Manning generally gets along with teammates, but has been known to accuse kickers of being "liquored up." Insiders believe he could be the first quarterback in NFL history to miss time with an endorsement hernia.
Rating: 86.5

10. Ben Roethlisberger (Pittsburgh Steelers): Let's hope he's truly sworn off riding his motorcycle without a helmet.
Ben's other off-field crises include being impersonated by non-players hoping to use his celebrity-jock status as a date-bagging maneuver. If his on-field exploits continue, impersonators will have to start throwing interceptions to impress women, and Roethlisberger's dating hopes will require his impersonation of Will Farrell. Rating: 86


11. Tom Brady (New England Patriots): Attempted to alienate the Pats' entire fan base by wearing a Yankees cap in New York City.
Another off-season distraction is the rumored threat of a new reality series called America's Next Top Model to Date Tom Brady.
Rating: 80

12. Donovan McNabb (Philadelphia Eagles): McNabb may become the first NFL quarterback to require rehab for injured feelings. Well, we're not sure if they're injured or just hurt.
At least he's not getting fat during the off-season anymore.
Rating: 76.5

13. Tony Romo (Dallas Cowboys): Reportedly signed up for judging duty at the Miss Universe pageant, but will not be given any holding responsibilities.
Cowboy fans are worried that he's spending more time with Carrie Underwood than T.O. At least Carrie doesn't sleep through meetings.
Rating: 72

14. Matt Leinart (Arizona Cardinals): The acceleration of his learning curve was not intended to include a Chevy Tahoe.
Please note that Matt's peripheral interest in motion pictures began with four photo-radar incidents.
A decent rookie season gives Leinart temporary immunity from any mention of Paris Hilton.
Rating: 50.3

15. Michael Vick (Atlanta Falcons): Now running out of the pocket and possibly onto the docket. With allegations of STDs, a questionable water bottle, at least one public obscene gesture, dog-fight enabling and a ridiculous alias, Vick has become the biggest off-field quarterback risk since a couple of wayward Carolina Panther cheerleaders.
Former teammate Matt Schaub was worried that if he continued as Vick's backup, he might be arrested as an accomplice. Rating: 0.5

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Livinginthe past
05-30-2007, 11:48 AM
Vick at 15?

I dread to think who would be at the non-existant No.16 slot :toofunny:

I notice Garcia makes the list on the basis of being bad mouthed by T.O. awhile back - that seems fair.

Ben's bike crash obviously makes him a better 'offseason bet' than poor old Tony Romo and his evil sideline of being attracted to....well...attractive ladies.

Roll on pre-season............

tony hipchest
05-30-2007, 12:15 PM
Ben's bike crash obviously makes him a better 'offseason bet' than poor old Tony Romois there risk of crashing a motorcycle this year when one no longer rides a motorcycle? :hunch:

TackleMeBen
05-30-2007, 12:26 PM
is there risk of crashing a motorcycle this year when one no longer rides a motorcycle? :hunch:


no but he could crash into some cheese :thumbsup:

lamberts-lost-tooth
05-30-2007, 12:30 PM
Ben is ranked #10 and doesnt even OWN a bike anymore....Carson associates with more felons than a probation officer....and he gets a #2!!!!!!

I would think that the Bengals/Carson vs. Jets/von Oelhoffen contest on Oct 21 should drop Carsons "stability" rating into the bottom 5.:bouncy:

TackleMeBen
05-30-2007, 12:35 PM
Ben is ranked #10 and doesnt even OWN a bike anymore....Carson associates with more felons than a probation officer....and he gets a #2!!!!!!

i think they are saying that Carson himself doesnt get in trouble. and i am sure Carson isnt hanging out with the felons after practice :cheers:.
and are we sure that ben dont still own a bike.. he could have it hidden ...lol


I would think that the Bengals/Carson vs. Jets/von Oelhoffen contest on Oct 21 should drop Carsons "stability" rating into the bottom 5.:bouncy:

maybe they missed that game when putting this together:wink02:

Elvis
05-30-2007, 12:48 PM
I just hope that this means that Ben has learned his lesson. Doesnt mean that he shouldnt ride at all, but just try to be as safe as possible and that means wearing the helmet...
:tt02:

Livinginthe past
05-30-2007, 01:52 PM
is there risk of crashing a motorcycle this year when one no longer rides a motorcycle? :hunch:

The sort of guy that rides a high powered motorcycle without a helmet, despite multiple warnings, is the type of guy that can find other sources of off season trouble.

lamberts-lost-tooth
05-30-2007, 02:37 PM
The sort of guy that rides a high powered motorcycle without a helmet, despite multiple warnings, is the type of guy that can find other sources of off season trouble.

Lets keep in mind...OUR QB's mental mistake had one months worth of swelling and a one year recovery...Brady's mistake has 9 months worth of swelling and ....no recovery...:flap:

Livinginthe past
05-30-2007, 02:51 PM
Lets keep in mind...OUR QB's mental mistake had one months worth of swelling and a one year recovery...Brady's mistake has 9 months worth of swelling and ....no recovery...:flap:

LOL :toofunny:


Shaddup.

TackleMeBen
05-30-2007, 02:59 PM
Lets keep in mind...OUR QB's mental mistake had one months worth of swelling and a one year recovery...Brady's mistake has 9 months worth of swelling and ....no recovery...:flap:


i just spit out my water on that one. you guys are so going to get me fired from laughing so loud..

lamberts-lost-tooth
05-31-2007, 07:42 AM
hehehehe:sofunny::sofunny: