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New Favre!

Started by Matt Heebner, Tuesday Jan 07, 2003, 05:40:35 PM

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Matt Heebner

Trying a better looking one!


Matt Heebner

much better!!!!!!!!!!
Oh Yea


Steve Mann

Yeah, but shouldn't you be using a picture of him sitting on his front porch, in a rocker doing some whittling?  :)

It's not like he's still playing like, let's say... Tommy Maddox is.  :D
Steve M. Mann
Panasonic AX200U Projector
Carada 126" 16:9 Fixed Screen
1 - HR20-100 DirecTV HD PVR
1 - HR24-500 DirecTV HD PVR
My Theater
Theater Construction Album

Kevin Arnold

Shouldn't use Favre. Remember he has no receivers. ;) ;)
Kevin Arnold


Groan groan.  Hiss boo. :D

Ok, I am testing this avatar here now.


Tom Sielicki

This weather stinks.  Need snow!

Joseph S

The old Favre had this All Pro end both last year and this year with game winning kicks.

QuoteThe recognition continued for Patriots kicker Adam Vinatieri :cool: over the weekend as he was named to his first Associated Press All-Pro Team. The honor comes in the same season as Vinatieri's irst selection to the Pro Bowl and after being voted by the fans as the team's Shaw's 12th Player Award winner.

Vinatieri was one of 13 first-time choices to the All-Pro team that included 15 players from the AFC and 11 from the NFC. He was the only Patriot named to the team and is the first since safety Lawyer Milloy received the impressive honor in 1999.

Vinatieri had his most memorable year as a pro in 2002, starting with his game-winning kick to defeat the Rams as time ran out in Super Bowl XXXVI last February. The consistent kicker is coming off yet another stellar season in New England that saw him score 117 points on 27-of-30 field goal attempts and a perfect 36-for-36 on PATs. He not only led the NFL in field goal percentage at 90-percent, but also became just the second player in league history to reach the 100-point plateau in each of his first seven seasons.