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(NFL.com)   Ravens punter now has a 116 QB rating (Jose Cuervo Cue Moment of the Week)   (nfl.com ) divider line
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2010-11-08 08:52:44 AM  
Dude's got a gun
 
2010-11-08 08:53:29 AM  
Sportswriter gets a N for spellig.
 
2010-11-08 08:53:54 AM  
I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.
 
2010-11-08 08:54:55 AM  
That's nothing.

The Patriots had Wes Welker (WR) kick an extra point and the ensuing kickoff yesterday because Gostkowski hurt his leg on a previous kickoff.

Let me know when Houshmandzadeh kicks a FG and we'll talk.
 
2010-11-08 08:59:19 AM  
Pfft, Cleveland's punter had 68 yards rushing two weeks ago.
 
2010-11-08 09:13:11 AM  
 
2010-11-08 09:20:05 AM  
In other news, the Vikings have proclaimed to have found their next quarterback to place behind Favre.

"We think it might be a bit of a tough job to convert a Punter to a Quarterback, but we have a five-year Favre cushion anyway." Chilly reported as saying, before reportedly driving to a nearby playground "to pick up his kid".

Common sense, the Minnesota Police Department were unavalibile for comment.
 
2010-11-08 09:22:06 AM  

CavalierEternal: Pfft, Cleveland's punter had 68 yards rushing two weeks ago.


Dude, you guys finally have a team.

Brady Quinn for Hillis is working out pretty good, ain't it.
 
2010-11-08 09:34:07 AM  

nodubs: Sportswriter gets a N for spellig.


Is it ironic that the headline made sense anyhow?
 
2010-11-08 09:39:10 AM  

Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.


I dont understand how HE was the backup kicker. Maybe he played rugby or something? He your 2nd most skilled kicker? I mean Really?
 
2010-11-08 09:49:49 AM  

vinnydoz007: Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.

I dont understand how HE was the backup kicker. Maybe he played rugby or something? He your 2nd most skilled kicker? I mean Really?


I believe both the kicker and the punter were injured, making him third in line. Not sure though.
 
2010-11-08 09:55:56 AM  

PhysicsJunky: vinnydoz007: Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.

I dont understand how HE was the backup kicker. Maybe he played rugby or something? He your 2nd most skilled kicker? I mean Really?

I believe both the kicker and the punter were injured, making him third in line. Not sure though.


I think the punter was healthy and he did the ensuing kickoff (and held the PAT, for that matter). Whatever it was, if it comes to that, why not just go for 2?
 
2010-11-08 09:59:48 AM  

vinnydoz007: Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.

I dont understand how HE was the backup kicker. Maybe he played rugby or something? He your 2nd most skilled kicker? I mean Really?


His dad was a semi-pro soccer player in Germany, and his sister plays for Cameroon's women's national team. I'd say Mr. Suh has kicked a bit in his day.
 
2010-11-08 10:29:41 AM  

Gonz: vinnydoz007: Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.

I dont understand how HE was the backup kicker. Maybe he played rugby or something? He your 2nd most skilled kicker? I mean Really?

His dad was a semi-pro soccer player in Germany, and his sister plays for Cameroon's women's national team. I'd say Mr. Suh has kicked a bit in his day.


Which is all well and good, but having an interior lineman be a back up kicker seems silly. His sheer size, must hinder his ability to kick in some way shape or form.
 
2010-11-08 10:39:07 AM  

vinnydoz007: Gonz: vinnydoz007: Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.

I dont understand how HE was the backup kicker. Maybe he played rugby or something? He your 2nd most skilled kicker? I mean Really?

His dad was a semi-pro soccer player in Germany, and his sister plays for Cameroon's women's national team. I'd say Mr. Suh has kicked a bit in his day.

Which is all well and good, but having an interior lineman be a back up kicker seems silly. His sheer size, must hinder his ability to kick in some way shape or form.


/facepalm

/This just in: larger people have larger muscles. Film at 11.
//Basic biological comprehension. You fail it.
 
2010-11-08 10:43:32 AM  
Yeah well don't get TOO excited about it. The Dolphin special teams unit is among the worst in the league.They consistently make mistakes and sleep on their special teams. Their special teams coach was fired after New England hosed them.
 
2010-11-08 10:51:24 AM  
So, are the Redskins gonna sign him?
 
2010-11-08 10:55:42 AM  

MysticSavage: So, are the Redskins gonna sign him?


Nah, the Cowboys are talking to him.

/facepalm
//gee I miss Jimmy Johnson
///hell, I miss Tom Landry more, but he's dead
////fire Jerry Jones
 
2010-11-08 11:12:02 AM  

vinnydoz007: Gonz: vinnydoz007: Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.

I dont understand how HE was the backup kicker. Maybe he played rugby or something? He your 2nd most skilled kicker? I mean Really?

His dad was a semi-pro soccer player in Germany, and his sister plays for Cameroon's women's national team. I'd say Mr. Suh has kicked a bit in his day.

Which is all well and good, but having an interior lineman be a back up kicker seems silly. His sheer size, must hinder his ability to kick in some way shape or form.


I don't know about that. Look at the kick, He nailed it pretty cleanly, just didn't have great form
 
2010-11-08 11:37:30 AM  

Jedekai: vinnydoz007: Gonz: vinnydoz007: Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.

I dont understand how HE was the backup kicker. Maybe he played rugby or something? He your 2nd most skilled kicker? I mean Really?

His dad was a semi-pro soccer player in Germany, and his sister plays for Cameroon's women's national team. I'd say Mr. Suh has kicked a bit in his day.

Which is all well and good, but having an interior lineman be a back up kicker seems silly. His sheer size, must hinder his ability to kick in some way shape or form.

/facepalm

/This just in: larger people have larger muscles. Film at 11.
//Basic biological comprehension. You fail it.


So you think, there is no loss of dexterity at all, when you pile on 350 lbs of mass? Did you really think i meant that because he was larger, it was harder for him to move his leg? Are you a moron? If being larger did nothing besides give you more muscle, why isnt every kicker 350 lbs and kicking the ball 150 yards? Because it doesnt work like that. There is an advantage to them being lean. Careful how you dole those facepalms. Especially when you clearly have no idea what your talking about.

JohnHall: vinnydoz007: Gonz: vinnydoz007: Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.

I dont understand how HE was the backup kicker. Maybe he played rugby or something? He your 2nd most skilled kicker? I mean Really?

His dad was a semi-pro soccer player in Germany, and his sister plays for Cameroon's women's national team. I'd say Mr. Suh has kicked a bit in his day.

Which is all well and good, but having an interior lineman be a back up kicker seems silly. His sheer size, must hinder his ability to kick in some way shape or form.

I don't know about that. Look at the kick, He nailed it pretty cleanly, just didn't have great form


I saw, he did have good form, regardless. My point remains, he cant be the best physically suited person to take that kick. Maybe he knows how to kick, but theres got to be someone better. I mean, so long as you can move you legs, you can kick. but it doesnt mean its as easy when you 400 pounds, and when you 200.
 
2010-11-08 12:40:29 PM  

nmiguy: Yeah well don't get TOO excited about it. The Dolphin special teams unit is among the worst in the league.They consistently make mistakes and sleep on their special teams. Their special teams coach was fired after New England hosed them.


The Patriots special teams were laughable yesterday. It looked like Cleveland was inept on purpose and it worked in their favor. All the short kicks led to O-lineman Dan f*cking Connolly running two kickoffs back.

/has anybody "unlocked" the higher quality video yet? What does that entail?
 
2010-11-08 12:51:01 PM  

Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.


Ha, ha, Patriot's tight end has a better average than that.
 
2010-11-08 12:54:46 PM  

vinnydoz007: Jedekai: vinnydoz007: Gonz: vinnydoz007: Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.

I dont understand how HE was the backup kicker. Maybe he played rugby or something? He your 2nd most skilled kicker? I mean Really?

His dad was a semi-pro soccer player in Germany, and his sister plays for Cameroon's women's national team. I'd say Mr. Suh has kicked a bit in his day.

Which is all well and good, but having an interior lineman be a back up kicker seems silly. His sheer size, must hinder his ability to kick in some way shape or form.

/facepalm

/This just in: larger people have larger muscles. Film at 11.
//Basic biological comprehension. You fail it.

So you think, there is no loss of dexterity at all, when you pile on 350 lbs of mass? Did you really think i meant that because he was larger, it was harder for him to move his leg? Are you a moron? If being larger did nothing besides give you more muscle, why isnt every kicker 350 lbs and kicking the ball 150 yards? Because it doesnt work like that. There is an advantage to them being lean. Careful how you dole those facepalms. Especially when you clearly have no idea what your talking about.

JohnHall: vinnydoz007: Gonz: vinnydoz007: Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.

I dont understand how HE was the backup kicker. Maybe he played rugby or something? He your 2nd most skilled kicker? I mean Really?

His dad was a semi-pro soccer player in Germany, and his sister plays for Cameroon's women's national team. I'd say Mr. Suh has kicked a bit in his day.

Which is all well and good, but having an interior lineman be a back up kicker seems silly. His sheer size, must hinder his ability to kick in some way shape or form.

I don't know about that. Look at the kick, He nailed it pretty cleanly, just didn't have great form

I saw, he did have good form, regardless. My point remains, he cant be the best physically suited person to take that kick. Maybe he knows how to kick, but theres got to be someone better. I mean, so long as you can move you legs, you can kick. but it doesnt mean its as easy when you 400 pounds, and when you 200.


3.bp.blogspot.com

Likes where this conversation is going.
 
2010-11-08 12:57:43 PM  
The Brown's play was far more impressive:
Link (new window)
 
2010-11-08 12:57:57 PM  
Jose Cuervo Cue Moment of the Week

Que?
 
2010-11-08 12:58:11 PM  
Get that man a Dr. Pepper!
 
2010-11-08 12:58:58 PM  
I don't get the headline, but then again, I hate baseball.
 
2010-11-08 12:59:34 PM  
Really? This is the Cuervo Moment of the Week? Sh*t, there were about four or five crazier moments than this just in the Browns-Patriots game.
 
2010-11-08 12:59:56 PM  
Anyone who wears the number 4 gets that itch.
/too bad he wasn't throwing picks and textin chicks
 
2010-11-08 01:01:21 PM  

CavalierEternal: Really? This is the Cuervo Moment of the Week? Sh*t, there were about four or five crazier moments than this just in the Browns-Patriots game.


I knew I missed a good game with that one.
 
2010-11-08 01:03:36 PM  
Jose Cuervo moment of the week?

4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2010-11-08 01:08:14 PM  
That's nothing: Aaron Bates (MSU punter) has a rating of 475.0 (2/2, 50 yds, 1 TD; details).
 
2010-11-08 01:08:40 PM  
The longest punt in Philadelphia Eagles history (the 4th longest ever) was by their QB Randall Cunningham.
 
2010-11-08 01:09:47 PM  

DeadZone: Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.

Ha, ha, Patriot's tight end has a better average than that.


Just because Welker is so small you can't assume he's a tight end. He's more of a slot guy.
 
2010-11-08 01:10:19 PM  

literaldeluxe: That's nothing: Aaron Bates (MSU punter) has a rating of 475.0 (2/2, 50 yds, 1 TD; details).


Interesting. According to the Wikipedia:

A perfect passer rating in the NFL is 158.3. A perfect passing efficiency in college football is 1261.6.

Holy crap.
 
2010-11-08 01:10:34 PM  

Super Chronic: I guess that's better than the Lions defensive tackle with the .000 extra point conversion percentage.


And yet he is the best of all of the leagues of ever.
 
2010-11-08 01:12:18 PM  
Cue moment?

"Engage!" Piccard shouted in his surpriseing Brittsh accent,
making Data take the ship to Warp 12. Cue appeared in a
puff of smoke and flashed his cock at Piccard. Instantly,
the uptite captain got hard and tried to denie it but Cue put
a dog collar on him and then it was okay. Ricker took the
helm and Cue waved his wand and then they were in Hawaai
and Piccard was dressed in a grass skurt with cocoanutte
haves over his breasts. ***//***fark me, Cue!***//** he tought,
and Cue set fire to the skurt to get rid of it, and then bent
Piccard over and farked him really hard wit his universe-sized
dick and Piccard came so hard his body exploded into a
million peaces right their on the beach and Cue cried.

THE END
 
2010-11-08 01:12:35 PM  
GO ME!
 
2010-11-08 01:13:21 PM  

TheRaven7: GO ME!


haha
 
2010-11-08 01:15:07 PM  
Wow. Jose Cuervo moment of the week? Drew, youve failed us all. Im going to 4chan.
 
2010-11-08 01:15:57 PM  
WTF is this shiat???
 
2010-11-08 01:20:05 PM  
s7.sears.com
 
2010-11-08 01:20:16 PM  
 
2010-11-08 01:22:01 PM  
What a perfectly sell-outy moment. Can I get a T-shirt of this occasion?
 
2010-11-08 01:23:16 PM  
img221.imageshack.us
Why do these guys always look like slack-jawed monkeys, and with the backwards baseball cap to boot?

/Cue Moment tag can suck it
 
2010-11-08 01:24:19 PM  

100 Watt Walrus: Why do these guys always look like slack-jawed monkeys, and with the backwards baseball cap to boot?

/Cue Moment tag can suck it


Hard to wear the baseball cap forward and still look through the camera. If you're going to wear one and look through the camera it has to be backwards.
 
2010-11-08 01:25:20 PM  
t0.gstatic.com
 
2010-11-08 01:25:42 PM  
...that's it? That was like the 6th best special teams play of the week.
 
2010-11-08 01:26:04 PM  
To be seen later tonight on tv:

"Jon Stewart Present's The Daily Show's Jose Cuervo™ Cue Moment Of The Week, sponsored by Jose Cuervo™!"

\This prediction of TDS writer content theft brought to you by Jose Cuervo™!
 
2010-11-08 01:27:36 PM  
Covertest fake punt ever. Super covert!
 
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