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  1. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d81ae4142/article/colts-polian-considers-18game-nfl-season-fait-accompli?module=HP_headlines Anyone know when this will start?
  2. PPR league...nervous about Brown because of our defense. Would you start Cotchery or stick with Ronnie Brown?
  3. I'd rather him sit a game or two than have him play and seriously injure himself. I feel pretty good about our secondary...they can handle the Phins.
  4. Reiterating our word from last night, the feeling close to the #Jets is that Darrelle Revis will miss at least 1 gm with pulled hammy. http://twitter.com/RichCimini
  5. http://www.patriotsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=57906&page=27 Man, it's funny.
  6. If it wasn't for Eric Smith's 15 yard penalty on Welker, this score would not have happened.
  7. sorry didnt realize what forum i was in too.
  8. I was just offered Brandon Jackson & Matt Ryan for Eli Manning & Steve Smith (NYG) My starting lineup is: Eli Manning Steve Smith Deangelo Williams Zach Miller Rashard Mendenhall Ronnie Brown Santana Moss Bench: Lee Evans Mike Sims Walker Derrick Mason Thomas Jones Jerricho Cotchery Jonathan Dwyer (Mendenhalls Backup) Kevin Boss What do you guys think? Should I pull the trigger on this one? I'd be getting a starting RB who wants to prove something on a high powered offense. It is a PPR league.
  9. Anyone see the projected path of this beast? Friday morning in NJ it looks like 115 MPH winds. http://www.weather.com/
  10. Oh of course I was but that didn't seem to get through at all. All they kept saying was we got the win...we got the win. I told them again what the deal was. They don't get it. Oh, it's preseason too. Morons.
  11. I come into work and 3 Giants fans come up to me and start laughing in my face telling me how the Jets got beat down. Are you serious??
  12. OH man...this was the dumbest ranking ive ever seen.
  13. When are they practicing in Florham Park?
  14. I want to head up to training camp this year. I haven't been in about 5 years. Anyone reccomend good days to go? Last time I was there I got 22 autographs...is that still something that can happen? Thanks guys!
  15. Could we actually trade him after week 4 if he's producing?
  16. Testing this out. I like it a lot.

  17. What were you wanting to be bold there?
  18. http://www.cnn.com/2010/SHOWBIZ/TV/06/29/larry.king.steps.down/index.html?hpt=T1&iref=BN1 CNN broadcasting legend Larry King to step down By Alan Duke, CNN RELATED TOPICS Larry King Larry King Live Media Talk Shows Television Los Angeles, California (CNN) -- Larry King, the iconic TV interviewer, will step aside from hosting of his prime time CNN show later this year, he said Tuesday. King, 76, made the announcement with a short posting to his Twitter account, citing his desire to spend more time with his wife and young children. "I want to share some personal news with you. 25 years ago, I sat across this table from New York Governor Mario Cuomo for the first broadcast of Larry King Live. Now, decades later, I talked to the guys here at CNN and I told them I would like to end Larry King Live, the nightly show, this fall and CNN has graciously accepted, giving me more time for my wife and I to get to the kids' little league games," King wrote. "I'm incredibly proud that we recently made the Guinness Book of World Records for having the longest running show with the same host in the same time slot. With this chapter closing I'm looking forward to the future and what my next chapter will bring, but for now it's time to hang up my nightly suspenders." "He will end his run with Larry King Live on his own terms, sometime this fall," said Jon Klein, president of CNNUS. "Larry is a beloved member of the CNN family and will continue to contribute to our air with periodic specials." King's decision followed months of media speculation as his once-dominant ratings declined. The decision also came after weeks of personal turmoil, including a divorce filing and later reconciliation with his wife. King was hosting a nationally-syndicated overnight radio talk show when CNN founder Ted Turner convinced him in 1985 to try his interviewing skills on cable TV. "All I had to do was everything I'd been doing since I was a kid," he wrote in his best-selling 2009 autobiography, "My Remarkable Journey." His gentle but persistent interview style drew big-name guests, and "Larry King Live" became a place for major personalities to break news. Billionaire Ross Perot used the show to announce he was running for president in 1992. And the show was the setting for the historic NAFTA debate between Vice President Al Gore and Perot in 1993, a debate that for more than a decade was the highest rated program in cable history. King, who was initially based in Washington, became a mandatory stop for politicians. Over his career, he conducted sit-down interviews with every U.S. president since Richard Nixon. His program was sometimes a place of real-time diplomacy. In 1995, he hosted a program on the Middle East Peace process with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, King Hussein of Jordan and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. His suspenders, large glasses and vintage desk microphone are as recognizable as the countless celebrities lined up to have an intimate chat with King while the world listened in. And there have been a lot of guests. By one count, King has interviewed more than 50,000 people, including Marlon Brando, Nelson Mandela, Mikhail Gorbachev, Paul McCartney, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, L. Ron Hubbard, Madonna and Martin Luther King, Jr. After extensive coverage over many months of O.J. Simpson's trial for murder, Simpson himself called the program the night he was acquitted. King says that Nelson Mandela was the most extraordinary person he has met. In his autobiography, King confessed that he never plans a question, that he likes to be surprised by the answers. He says he asks his interview subjects to explain things. "All I do is ask questions," he wrote. "Short, simple questions." Born in Brooklyn, Larry Zeiger moved to Miami, Florida, in 1957. He began his radio career that year with a new name, Larry King. His first television job was hosting a local interview show in Miami in 1960. While some critics have called King a throwback, he embraced the online social networking tool Twitter. He had 1,648,920 Twitter followers as of Tuesday. Just a day ago, King used Twitter to respond to a fan's question about the highlights of his career: "Winning 2 Peabody Awards & an Emmy. Perot-Gore Debate a show highlight," King tweeted. In addition to earning the Emmy and two Peabody Awards, he was inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 1992. King also has an extensive film resume, having played himself in 20 movies. King has suffered a decline in ratings. His show, which was once on top, sometimes has come in fourth among cable talk shows during the 9 p.m. hour. King faced highly-publicized personal problems this year. He and his eighth wife, Shawn Southwick-King, filed for divorce in April, but reconciled weeks later. King has repeatedly talked about the importance of spending time with his children, including his two boys from his marriage with Southwick-King. "I'd love to see Chance and Cannon talk about how their Dad took them to play when they were kids," he wrote in his autobiography. King underwent successful quintuple bypass heart surgery after suffering a heart attack in 1987. A year later, he created the Larry King Cardiac Foundation, which he said was to help those "not so lucky" to have medical insurance. In 2009, the foundation provided more 287 life-saving surgeries and has the goal of providing a life-saving surgery every day. Is there anyone he would like to interview that he hasn't so far? For years, he joked in his autobiography, he answered that question "God." "And my first question would be, 'Do you have a son? Because there's a lot riding on the answer."
  19. It's all speculation at this point. ESPN's reports suck and we all know this. We won't know much until Thursday.
  20. Why would we sign Johnson? Isn't Chandler's stats similar to his?
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