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yourfavestoner
10-18-2008, 02:27 AM
Who will have the better career and why?

Discuss.

Bruce Banner
10-18-2008, 02:28 AM
Can't compare a RB to a WR.

saintsfan912
10-18-2008, 03:51 AM
Who leads the league in touchdowns? Yea, Reggie Bush does. Nobody cares if he's a WR or HB, the guy just scores.

Bruce Banner
10-18-2008, 03:58 AM
Who leads the league in touchdowns? Yea, Reggie Bush does. Nobody cares if he's a WR or HB, the guy just scores.

Point sir? I'd rather compare him to a RB, that's all.

I think it speaks volumes that you didn't even say "He is a RB", so I guess we agree.

I'm not trying to turn this into a Reggie Bush sucks thread because that isn't true but I do think comparing these two players isn't...fair?

Why?

One struggles at running the ball conventionally, one doesn't. Blame offensive lines or whatever you want.

Blah blah blah. It's late, eh early, and I don't want to explain all of this.

If you are going to base it purely on TDs, Reggie at this point, but that in itself has too many other variables involved to make it the sole measuring stick. (Offenses, the way the TDs are scored, are they meaningful?, etc)

[I guess I'm saying you can't compare any two players statistically with this kind of logic :P]

Maybe the OP should define "better career".

And I hate when someone makes a thread asking for other people's opinions without stating their own. Step up to the plate YFS.

Shane P. Hallam
10-18-2008, 04:00 AM
Bush. He's running for an MVP award this year. I'll take my chances.

Gay Ork Wang
10-18-2008, 05:05 AM
Reggie Bush definitely

Seamus2602
10-18-2008, 06:49 AM
They are both completely different. One is an out of the back field, everydown type of back. The other doesn't carry the ball reguarly but when he does he is pretty explosive with it. So it is ultimately impossible to compare the two of them. If you ask me which player I would prefer on my team, I would have to say Reggie Bush.

SeanTaylorRIP
10-18-2008, 07:16 AM
Bush no question, if you were to do Chris Johnson vs. Bush however, I'd probably take Johnson.

Bucs_Rule
10-18-2008, 09:11 AM
I'll take Bush, but its really hard to compare when Jones has gotten so few touches.

Flyboy
10-18-2008, 09:17 AM
Eh...

*yawn*

BamaFalcon59
10-18-2008, 09:43 AM
3.1...

8.9...

DiG
10-18-2008, 10:03 AM
ill take reggie. because he is beautiful.

http://bp3.blogger.com/_cUtsMnjK2fE/R9_6I1XPamI/AAAAAAAAAS8/C5abJdyQyWY/s400/469291099_Reggie+Bush.jpg

PACKmanN
10-18-2008, 10:21 AM
How about a Felix Jones vs Chris Johnson.

CC.SD
10-18-2008, 11:17 AM
How about a Felix Jones vs Chris Johnson.

Much better.

This thread was DOA.

CashmoneyDrew
10-18-2008, 11:32 AM
How about a Felix Jones vs Chris Johnson.

This is exactly what I was going to suggest.

princefielder28
10-18-2008, 11:35 AM
Reggie Bush and Chris Johnson

Felix can't win

keylime_5
10-18-2008, 11:35 AM
felix will probably be considered a better runner when all's said and done, but Bush is gonna be considered a great receiver and returner and all purpose back and a better player than Jones I think. I was/am a big fan of Felix Jones coming out of college, I wanna see what he can do in a fulltime role.

MetSox17
10-18-2008, 12:18 PM
Reggie Bush, without hesitation.

Jvig43
10-18-2008, 12:36 PM
Their first years are very similar. Both had a bruising starter to wear down the defense and then theyd come in and rip them for huge gains. Mcallister went down last year and that took alot away from the way Bush could run. Ive only seen a few games with Jones so ill wait till i see more to make a judgement.

Sniper
10-18-2008, 12:40 PM
3.1...

8.9...

Crappy O-line vs. really ******* good O-line.

BamaFalcon59
10-18-2008, 12:43 PM
That doesn't make a six yard diffference.

Good backs can average at least 4.0 yards a carry with a bad offensive line.

saintsfan912
10-18-2008, 01:00 PM
Not when they get hit in the backfield almost every time they touch the ball.

BamaFalcon59
10-18-2008, 01:07 PM
Bush is a pathetic runner. Horrible. Watching him, he's just not natural getting handoffs. Also, explosive runners will always find ways to make plays. Bush hasn't had a long run in his career (not even 30 yards). He can catch, he can return, but he can't run the ball.

One of the most overrated 'runningbacks' in the league.

Bruce Banner
10-18-2008, 01:09 PM
Bush is a pathetic runner. Horrible. Watching him, he's just not natural getting handoffs. Also, explosive runners will always find ways to make plays. Bush hasn't had a long run in his career (not even 30 yards). He can catch, he can return, but he can't run the ball.

One of the most overrated 'runningbacks' in the league.

There will always be an excuse for him being terrible at running conventionally.

D-Unit
10-18-2008, 01:11 PM
Reggie Bush is better than Felix. Bush on the Cowboys would be so insane.

Sniper
10-18-2008, 01:11 PM
Reggie Bush is better than Felix. Bush on the Cowboys would be so insane.

Bush on anyone with an OL would be insane. I'd love him in Philly.

SeanTaylorRIP
10-18-2008, 03:06 PM
Everyone loves to hate Bush and I have been the biggest hater of him all the way back to when he was at USC, but I'm not denying the weapon he is. Also just because we all hate Bush it we shouldn't give Felix Jones more credit than he deserves. Promising young scat back, but I am not sold on him because of a few kick returns and big runs here and there.

Bruce Banner
10-18-2008, 03:08 PM
Promising young scat back, but I am not sold on him because of a few kick returns and big runs here and there.

Are we talking about Reggie here or Felix?

d34ng3l021
10-18-2008, 03:13 PM
He is talking about Felix Jones, and I agree with him. (right?)

Bruce Banner
10-18-2008, 03:14 PM
Whoosh or no whoosh?

iloxygenil
10-18-2008, 03:15 PM
Who will have the better career and why?

Discuss.

As a RB? Felix Jones. As a gimmick Reggie Bust.

ATLDirtyBirds
10-18-2008, 03:16 PM
The answer is simple. Jerious Norwood.

DMWSackMachine
10-18-2008, 03:17 PM
I will say this: Felix has already shown more as a runner to this point in his career than Reggie has. And anyone that calls him a scat back is out of the loop. Felix has shown a natural ability to run between the tackles that I've never seen from Reggie Bush. I think that he will be a full time back somewhere in the league by his 4th season, at the latest. When it happens, he will become a superstar. The guy just is a natural at running the ball in traffic.

All that said, I think that Reggie is the single most impressive athlete in the NFL right now, narrowly edging out Calvin Johnson. He doesn't have the natural running abilities, or the patience, or the sense of how to use blocks, but his combo of speed, agility, acceleration, explosiveness and movement in space is unmatched in the league at this point in time. If I had to choose, everything else being equal, I would take him on the Cowboys right now above Felix. But his salary, imo, is the deal breaker.

d34ng3l021
10-18-2008, 03:19 PM
The answer is simple. Jerious Norwood.

Yeaaaaah. He has not gotten his share of touches in the past couple of games.

ATLDirtyBirds
10-18-2008, 03:21 PM
Yeaaaaah. He has not gotten his share of touches in the past couple of games.


He kind of gets lost in the shuffle in these types of conversations. He's got 4.3 speed. He's averaged over 6 YPC every year in the NFL, and can catch some too. Not to mention, he's a dynamite KR at a 3rd rounder's cost.

Paranoidmoonduck
10-18-2008, 03:26 PM
This would have been a more interesting question prior to this year, before Bush was solidly in the MVP discussion.

I'll say this. Bush gets an bad rap for not fitting the running back model, but I think he's the most dynamic scoring threat in NFL right now and he makes so much of that Payton offense run with the attention defenders have to give him. You don't have to fit your listed position to a T to be a great player.

As for Jones, I love him as a player. I had him rated ahead of Jonathan Stewart before the draft. He's great in tight spaces and he's great in the open field. His body can handle more weight and I don't expect im to lose much speed whe it does. I think he could eventually be a Curtis Martin-style runner once he gets a starting job somewhere.

Bush is definitely better right now, and while I fully expect Jones' career rushing numbers to look better than Bush's, I also expect Bush to have the better overall career.

Flyboy
10-18-2008, 03:41 PM
This would have been a more interesting question prior to this year, before Bush was solidly in the MVP discussion.

I'll say this. Bush gets an bad rap for not fitting the running back model, but I think he's the most dynamic scoring threat in NFL right now and he makes so much of that Payton offense run with the attention defenders have to give him. You don't have to fit your listed position to a T to be a great player.


Great points, Paramoid.

And, I highlighted that in bold because most people seem to not buy that theory around here. *shrugs*

Terry Tate
10-18-2008, 03:42 PM
I could take both of these fools out of their shoes. They ain't got nothing on the pain train.

d34ng3l021
10-18-2008, 03:44 PM
He kind of gets lost in the shuffle in these types of conversations. He's got 4.3 speed. He's averaged over 6 YPC every year in the NFL, and can catch some too. Not to mention, he's a dynamite KR at a 3rd rounder's cost.

This is true. I guess he doesnt get enough touches to warrant himself in discussions like these. He had like what, 4 non KR touches last game?

ATLDirtyBirds
10-18-2008, 03:48 PM
This is true. I guess he doesnt get enough touches to warrant himself in discussions like these. He had like what, 4 non KR touches last game?


Yeah, this is true. He should be getting the ball more. However, Jerious>all.

marks01234
10-18-2008, 03:54 PM
This would have been a more interesting question prior to this year, before Bush was solidly in the MVP discussion.

I'll say this. Bush gets an bad rap for not fitting the running back model, but I think he's the most dynamic scoring threat in NFL right now and he makes so much of that Payton offense run with the attention defenders have to give him. You don't have to fit your listed position to a T to be a great player.



Bush in the mvp race is a joke.

He's still a poor mans Brian Westbrook.

Gay Ork Wang
10-18-2008, 04:03 PM
Bush in the mvp race is a joke.

He's still a poor mans Brian Westbrook.

how cant he be? he is second in receptions, has more receiving yards than guys like Moss, Bowe and Burress and he has a lot lot lot of TDs.

619
10-18-2008, 04:09 PM
Bush in the mvp race is a joke.

He's still a poor mans Brian Westbrook.

Tis a reality. Before the season the last statement would've been fairly accurate however not anymore sir. Times have sure changed indeed. Let's just accept Bush for what he is b/c I don't know about you but this is getting so repetitive and annoying.

Menardo75
10-18-2008, 04:57 PM
I would take Reggie.

Saints-Tigers
10-18-2008, 04:59 PM
Reggie Bush, without hesitation.

Cowboys fans takes Bush, and every Saints fan is going to take Bush, yet everyone from NFC south teams are against Bush....

I think that speaks volumes. But hey, Mike Vick is gone, everyone needs a new guy to hate on. We'll keep him racking up scores and leaving defensive coordinators frantic. Everyone else can pretend they know why his YPC is so low, and pretend it's all his fault if it makes them feel better.

619
10-18-2008, 05:00 PM
I would take Reggie.

So would I ... :rolleyes:

Paranoidmoonduck
10-18-2008, 05:15 PM
Bush in the mvp race is a joke.

He's still a poor mans Brian Westbrook.

I don't think Westbrook to Bush is a fair comparison anymore. Bush is tied for the fastest man to 200 receptions. He already has 8 touchdowns this season, putting him on pace for over 21 touchdowns if he plays all 16 games. Westbrook has never scored over 12. In 34 games Bush has almost half as many yards through the air as Wesbtook has in 89 games.

The players aren't really comparable, because Bush is simply different than almost every other tailback in the NFL right now. Westbrook might be his closest relative in playing style, but that's about as far as one can push it.

MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
10-18-2008, 06:25 PM
I'll take Bush, personally.

M.O.T.H.
10-18-2008, 07:53 PM
Career? Who knows? Felix will probably be Brian Westbrook down the line but, it's going to be quite a while yet until he becomes a starter. I love both players, Felix's vision is already up there w/ some of the best backs in the league and he can turn on a dime, the guy is simply an exceptional talent. He's certainly the superior RB between these two, not only is he an electrifying player in open space but, he has the body and vision to run very effectively in between the tackles. He's going to be an every down guy before it's all said and done. Reggie on the other hand is Reggie. Obviously he's still having trouble carrying the football but, he is one of the most dynamic players in the league and one of my favs. Both these guys are going to be two of the leagues best and exciting players for a long time. I'd be happy w/ either and I certainly am happy w/ my boy the Cat. :)

Bruce Banner
10-18-2008, 07:53 PM
Felix > McFadden

????

M.O.T.H.
10-18-2008, 07:57 PM
Felix > McFadden

????

I wouldnt go that far but, it really is a lot closer than most believed.

Shane P. Hallam
10-18-2008, 09:53 PM
I still think Tennesspeed will be the best RB out of this class. He seems to have a chance of being what Bush was anticipated at being before the draft.

Don't take that as me knocking Bush, because his current role fits him excellently and makes him an incredible player.

scottyboy
10-18-2008, 09:57 PM
Ray Rice is better than both of them

but yea, it's mister not shaved, definately

D-Unit
10-18-2008, 10:29 PM
Ray Rice is better than both of them

but yea, it's mister not shaved, definately
Get outta here. Colt Brennan is a better RB than Ray Rice.

BrownsTown
10-18-2008, 10:40 PM
It's been said several times, Reggie isn't really a good runner but he's good in the role he's used in. I don't like him as a RB, and if that's all you're looking at I think Felix is the better runner but Reggie is the better overall player.

Paranoidmoonduck
10-19-2008, 12:57 AM
I still think Tennesspeed will be the best RB out of this class. He seems to have a chance of being what Bush was anticipated at being before the draft.

I'll be honest. I like Felix Jones more than Chris Johnson. I did when they were prospects, and nothing yet has changed my stance on that.

Zyro_1014
10-19-2008, 01:17 AM
People have no idea what they are talking about when they try to get on here and say that Reggie Bush is overrated or a bad runningback. Like numbers of people have already said, "he's not a very good runner between the tackles" but thats not what he is asked to do.

Payton gives Reggie the sweeps, and the wheels out of the backfield. He puts Reggie in the slot and puts him out in space where Reggie is the best in the NFL at. I dont think anyone can name someone thats better in space than Reggie, other than maybe Hester.

I can bet that every coach in the NFL is very relieved when Reggie gets tackled, because everytime he touches that ball he has that ability to go 80+.....So stop hatin on him, and find someone who is worth hatin on.

Shane P. Hallam
10-19-2008, 01:25 AM
I'll be honest. I like Felix Jones more than Chris Johnson. I did when they were prospects, and nothing yet has changed my stance on that.

I did when they were prospects as well, but Tennesspeed Johnson has shown flashes of not only being able to run out of the back field, up the middle as well as catch out of the backfield. He seems extremely dynamic, as is Felix, but Tennesspeed has so much potential that hasn't even been touched and he is already tearing it up.

A Perfect Score
10-19-2008, 04:57 AM
People have no idea what they are talking about when they try to get on here and say that Reggie Bush is overrated or a bad runningback. Like numbers of people have already said, "he's not a very good runner between the tackles" but thats not what he is asked to do.

Payton gives Reggie the sweeps, and the wheels out of the backfield. He puts Reggie in the slot and puts him out in space where Reggie is the best in the NFL at. I dont think anyone can name someone thats better in space than Reggie, other than maybe Hester.

I can bet that every coach in the NFL is very relieved when Reggie gets tackled, because everytime he touches that ball he has that ability to go 80+.....So stop hatin on him, and find someone who is worth hatin on.

yes, because he has gone 80+ how many times? I would love to see those figures...I mean, he doesnt even have a 30 yard run, let alone an 80 yard one...

It bothers me when people say things like this. Obviously Reggie Bush is an incredible offensive weapon. Am I ready to qualify him as a runningback? Nope, not in the slightest. In fact, Id be more inclined to classify him as a WR then a RB. Im not trying to take away from him, because while I am not one of the biggest Bush haters out there, I just need to see more of him not only to justify his draft position, but to prove that he really is more then just a glorified scatback. Im still not sure.

Felix, Im a huge fan of. Pre-draft, I had him pegged as my #3 RB behind Stewart and Mcfadden and I see no reason to change that. I love what I see from him so far, and I have no doubt that he could be a full time starter for a team who needed it. Is he the overall offensive weapon Reggie is? Probably not. But I think that if you put Felix Jones in the saints offense, he would be able to do alot of the things Reggie Bush does. I guess the same can be said vice versa, but I dont see Reggie running between the tackles the way Felix does.

I guess getting back to the original question, I think that the hype and the publicity surrounding Reggie and the way he has added a dimension to that Saints offense will contribute more to him being remembered then the actual stats he will put up. I still think Drew Brees was a much more important aquisition for them then Reggie, and I have been saying that since they got both. When its all said and done, Reggie Bush may have had the better career, but it will be very hard to place him in the RB category, whereas it wont be hard to put Felix there.

Bruce Banner
10-19-2008, 04:59 AM
++, great post A Perfect Score.

You summed it up better than anyone yet.

You're echoing what I said earlier, can you compare a RB to a WR?

Saints-Tigers
10-19-2008, 07:30 AM
There is no between the tackles in New Orleans. You either plow into a pile of defenders or you bounce it outside, that is your choice.

It's not Reggie's fault that he doesn't get to play behind the massive Dallas line that can actually open up running lanes like Jones does. Seriously, last Dallas game I watched, Felix took a toss, ran past one guy, and ran untouched from like 20 yards out. Reggie has never had a running play in his career where he has only had to run past one guy and run cleanly into the endzone.

Whatever though, it makes Bucs and Falcons fans feel better to try and dog Reggie, but he's still leading in touchdowns, is a legit MVP candidate, he's as game planned against as anyone in the NFL, and there is a reason he gets so much attention every time he touches the ball.

He's a 3.6 ypc guy behind terrible run blocking and play calling in the run game, but there's no way he'll ever be able to be a quality runner. Yeah, OK, keep telling yourself that if it helps you sleep at night.

illmatic74
10-19-2008, 11:16 AM
Felix Jones has been a bigger gamebreaker than bush. He has put up more exposive plays than Bush.

MetSox17
10-19-2008, 11:30 AM
Felix Jones has been a bigger gamebreaker than bush. He has put up more exposive plays than Bush.

Id love to see what Reggie Bush would do in our offense.

Jvig43
10-19-2008, 11:30 AM
ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Really?

DragonFireKai
10-19-2008, 12:43 PM
He's a 3.6 ypc guy behind terrible run blocking and play calling in the run game, but there's no way he'll ever be able to be a quality runner. Yeah, OK, keep telling yourself that if it helps you sleep at night.

He's averaging 3.1 yards per carry. Pierre Thomas is averaging 3.6. Perhaps you confused them? It's understandable, they run behind the same line. So does Deuce McAllister, but he's easy to tell apart, he averages 3.9 yards per carry.

Saints-Tigers
10-19-2008, 12:48 PM
He's averaging 3.1 yards per carry. Pierre Thomas is averaging 3.6. Perhaps you confused them? It's understandable, they run behind the same line. So does Deuce McAllister, but he's easy to tell apart, he averages 3.9 yards per carry.

I was talking about his career average.

Pierre Thomas has 2 games out of 5 where he actually was over 2.5 ypc, and he hasn't seen anything but cleanup duty last week, where he had one 13 yarder.

He has 26 carries on the year.... I'm sure you knew all that though, because you aren't just a stat watcher.

Yeah, Deuce is a good point, because he looks absolutely terrific yet he's averaging 3.9 yards per carry.

DragonFireKai
10-19-2008, 01:32 PM
I was talking about his career average.

Pierre Thomas has 2 games out of 5 where he actually was over 2.5 ypc, and he hasn't seen anything but cleanup duty last week, where he had one 13 yarder.

He has 26 carries on the year.... I'm sure you knew all that though, because you aren't just a stat watcher.

Yeah, Deuce is a good point, because he looks absolutely terrific yet he's averaging 3.9 yards per carry.

But here's the thing, Reggie Bush has consistently been among the worst on the team in terms of ypc. Of the three top running backs this season, Bush is last with 3.1 ypc, below the team average of 3.3 ypc.

Among the top 3 running backs in 2007, he was again last, with 3.7 ypc.

His rookie season, there were only 2 backs with more than 20 carries, and Reggie was the worse of those two, averaging 3.6 ypc to Deuce's 4.3.

Anyone who objectively watches Bush play, even dating back to USC, know's that he just doesn't know how to play running back. He just doesn't know when to hit the hole. To blame it on the O-line is assinine, because every season, there have been running backs playing behind that same line, who find significantly more success than Bush does. Bush is a dynamic punt returner, that is true, but his contributions in the conventional offense are mediocre at best.

Saints-Tigers
10-19-2008, 01:33 PM
He's clearly worse than he was as a rookie then HE HAS LESS YPC, THAT MEANS HE HAS TO BE A WORSE RUNNER.

This is a joke, watch a Saints game, like todays, when any holes open up, he looks good... like today.

619
10-19-2008, 01:42 PM
He's clearly worse than he was as a rookie then HE HAS LESS YPC, THAT MEANS HE HAS TO BE A WORSE RUNNER.

This is a joke, watch a Saints game, like todays, when any holes open up, he looks good... like today.

He was very good as a rookie but no way he's as good as he is right now. I just wish ppl realized the line has a lot to do with his poor ypc.

In a better situation he would ideally be averaging a little over 4 ypc at this point in his career. The run blocking really hasn't been any good since his rookie year when he averaged 3.6 ypc and under the same line today he would be over 4 no question. Just watch the games if you don't know what I mean.

DragonFireKai
10-19-2008, 01:47 PM
He's clearly worse than he was as a rookie then HE HAS LESS YPC, THAT MEANS HE HAS TO BE A WORSE RUNNER.

I never said that. My comments were more in the line of, He has substandard production behind the same line as which other running backs attain merely mediocre production, ergo, he is a worse runner than the other running backs.

Saints-Tigers
10-19-2008, 03:38 PM
Like I said over and over, 2006, his rookie year was the only season we had even decent blocking, Reggie's YPC is so low because he was absolutely garbage running the football to start his career, he was at like 2.6 yards per carry through 8 games I believe, and around the Pittsburgh game when he got his first score, he seemed to understand what he needed to do, and he rushed for 4.8 yards per carry over his last 8 games.

He's shown us when the protection is decent he can get it done now, and it's time that we start upgrading the line today. We also need to run to the left side more behind Brown and Nicks. We average about double the YPC behind those two as opposed to the right side, yet we run right more.

edit: I was being sarcastic 619.

Dragon, I think it's not that simple though, I think Reggie does need a better line than Deuce needs for instance, but I think with an above average line, like we had in 06, Deuce would be around 4-4.2 and Reggie would be around 4.5-4.8. But behind a bad line, Deuce can grind out a few more tough yards.

I think today was a pretty good example, the line did a good job today overall in the run game, and they were about even with Reggie busting a big run because he had a crease, and he made some guys miss in the open field.

Deuce looks great right now though, I'm worried about overworking him still, but damn does he look quick. Our backfield would be dominant behind a better line. Deuce, Bush, Stecker and Thomas, with Mike Karney as the lead blocker. Ouch.

Gimme some Andre Smith please, Jamaal Brown can move over to the right side, or Smith can.... either way, Stinchcomb's man blows up plays in the backfield, or on backside pursuit entirely too much, and it's maddening.

Bruce Banner
10-19-2008, 04:42 PM
There is no between the tackles in New Orleans. You either plow into a pile of defenders or you bounce it outside, that is your choice.

It's not Reggie's fault that he doesn't get to play behind the massive Dallas line that can actually open up running lanes like Jones does. Seriously, last Dallas game I watched, Felix took a toss, ran past one guy, and ran untouched from like 20 yards out. Reggie has never had a running play in his career where he has only had to run past one guy and run cleanly into the endzone.

Whatever though, it makes Bucs and Falcons fans feel better to try and dog Reggie, but he's still leading in touchdowns, is a legit MVP candidate, he's as game planned against as anyone in the NFL, and there is a reason he gets so much attention every time he touches the ball.

He's a 3.6 ypc guy behind terrible run blocking and play calling in the run game, but there's no way he'll ever be able to be a quality runner. Yeah, OK, keep telling yourself that if it helps you sleep at night.

You're 3-4, we don't have to feel better about anything.

Saints-Tigers
10-19-2008, 04:46 PM
You're 3-4, we don't have to feel better about anything.

LOL, yet you always appear in every Reggie Bush thread to trash him.

BlindSite
10-19-2008, 04:46 PM
Yeah after winning 30-7 and shutting breesus down its hard to need to feel better by trashing your BR.

Bruce Banner
10-19-2008, 04:47 PM
LOL, yet you always appear in every Reggie Bush thread to trash him.

Can't let the moron homers spew their ******** without saying something.

Saints-Tigers
10-19-2008, 04:47 PM
Yeah after winning 30-7 and shutting breesus down its hard to need to feel better by trashing your BR.

Hey, I didn't mention Panther fans, because I don't see them worrying so bad about trying to discount him.

Saints-Tigers
10-19-2008, 04:48 PM
Can't let the moron homers spew their ******** without saying something.

Jermaine Philips? Is that you?

Bruce Banner
10-19-2008, 04:49 PM
Jermaine Philips? Is that you?

Have fun in the cellar! It's too bad Reggie can't pull you out of it!

Saints-Tigers
10-19-2008, 04:50 PM
Have fun in the cellar! It's too bad Reggie can't pull you out of it!

Didn't Reggie already Kill your team with 2 game winning touchdowns?

Bruce Banner
10-19-2008, 04:51 PM
Didn't Reggie already Kill your team with 2 game winning touchdowns?

Only if the season was based on one game. O well.

Saints-Tigers
10-19-2008, 04:55 PM
Well right now you are up 1.5 games in the division, so no, it's not based on one, it's obviously based on 1.5

I'm just so impressed with how ironically funny you are, the wit and the sarcasm is just top notch.

Bruce Banner
10-19-2008, 04:56 PM
Well right now you are up 1.5 games in the division, so no, it's not based on one, it's obviously based on 1.5

I'm just so impressed with how ironically funny you are, the wit and the sarcasm is just top notch.

Sarcasm and wit was my intention!

:rolleyes:

BlindSite
10-19-2008, 05:22 PM
the NFL makes no sense, New Orleans beats tampa, Tampa smashes Carolina, Carolina smashes New Orleans.

At least everyone can beat up Atlanta.

Bruce Banner
10-19-2008, 05:28 PM
the NFL makes no sense, New Orleans beats tampa, Tampa smashes Carolina, Carolina smashes New Orleans.

At least everyone can beat up Atlanta.

I always consider week 1 an aberration. Bears beating the Colts, etc.

BlindSite
10-19-2008, 05:32 PM
Yeah, first and last week are generally an aberration, it'll be an interesting stretch in a few weeks when all the teams meet again.

Bruce Banner
10-19-2008, 05:34 PM
Yeah, first and last week are generally an aberration, it'll be an interesting stretch in a few weeks when all the teams meet again.

Yeah, same goes for the last week. Agreed.

With the NFC East crumbling and Redskins possibly losing. Maybe the Panthers and the Bucs can make the playoffs.

BamaFalcon59
10-19-2008, 05:43 PM
the NFL makes no sense, New Orleans beats tampa, Tampa smashes Carolina, Carolina smashes New Orleans.

At least everyone can beat up Atlanta.

We haven't played New Orleans.