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|12-20-2006, 11:52 AM||#1|
IRONMAN a.k.a. Tony Stark
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This sums up the AFC's dominance...
...over the NFC. quarterbacking. now this isnt something just discovered but yesterdays pro bowl selections illustrate this perfectly.
tony freaking romo makes it in (after 8 games people)
drew brees who couldnt even hold down a job in the afc, becomes the nfc's leading passer and makes it in. good job drew. shows that an above average passer from the afc can be a great one in the nfc.
mark bulger gets no pub year after year but just goes out and does his thing (winning isnt exactly his thing though). he has the benefit of being a pittsburgh kid and we all know what that western PA water does to qb's.
honorable mention to donovan mcnabb. i havent looked to see if this is the case, but for incentive purposes and future hall of fame considerations i think mcnabb should be credited with the pro bowl nod and romo as his back up. how anyone could vote romo over mcnabb baffles me, regardless of injury (polamalu made it in and hes injured/ may not play)
|12-20-2006, 12:59 PM||#2|
Quest For Seven
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Re: This sums up the AFC's dominance...
Its mostly a popularity contest anyways.
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