The Starting Five Week 11 NFL Recap: McNabb Has Just as Much Class as He Has Soul

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Yeah, I ate crow, but I’m still not sold on NO. We’ll see how good they are this week. I’ll tell you now, I’m picking the Pats. As far as the Colts, I picked the Ravens strictly because I couldn’t see them continue to lose big games at home. Joe wasn’t so cool with that last pass. Gary Brackett suckered him slow right thurr. Indy showed and proved. For the most part, it was an entertaining week. Stafford got rocked on that second to last play and still got it done. Speaking of getting rocked, the word concussion has never been said as much as it will be this week in Pennsylvania. Lets hope Brian and Big Ben get better soon. Forget the football…it pales in comparison. In other news, TO pads his stats and passes Marvin Harrison…he’s now third on the all time receiving yardage list and still loses. Oak claims another contender and like I said…watch out for the Patriots. Sleeping giants are now awake and are definitely out to getcha…

Mon, Nov. 23 8:30 PM ET TV: ESPN

TENNESSEE TITANS (3-6)
HOUSTON TEXANS (5-4)

I picked the Titans 28-26


MIAMI DOLPHINS (5-5) 24

CAROLINA PANTHERS (4-6) 17

1st Downs 17 22
Passing 1st downs
9 13
Rushing 1st downs
7 8
1st downs from Penalties
1 1
3rd down efficiency
7-15 3-13
4th down efficiency
0-1 0-0
Total Plays 60 73
Total Yards 326 383
Passing 172 201
Comp-Att
17-29 19-42
Yards per pass
5.9 4.8
Rushing 154 182
Rushing Attempts
31 27
Yards per rush
5.0 6.7
Red Zone (Made-Att) 2-3 0-2
Penalties 5-30 4-35
Turnovers 0 1
Fumbles lost
0 0
Interceptions thrown
0 1
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 0
Possession 30:33 29:27

Individual leaders:

Passing

Henne (17/29/0) 172, 1 TD

Delhomme (19/42/1) 227, 1 TD
Rushing

Williams 22/119

Williams 13/122
Receiving

Bess 6/63

Smith 7/87

Williams goes back in the past and pulls out a diamond game.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (10-0) 17

BALTIMORE RAVENS (5-5) 15

1st Downs 20 20
Passing 1st downs
16 15
Rushing 1st downs
3 5
1st downs from Penalties
1 0
3rd down efficiency
5-9 5-13
4th down efficiency
0-0 0-0
Total Plays 56 66
Total Yards 375 354
Passing 299 256
Comp-Att
22-31 23-35
Yards per pass
9.6 7.3
Rushing 76 98
Rushing Attempts
25 31
Yards per rush
3.0 3.2
Red Zone (Made-Att) 2-4 0-4
Penalties 5-40 2-20
Turnovers 3 2
Fumbles lost
1 1
Interceptions thrown
2 1
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 0
Possession 27:24 32:36

Individual leaders:

Passing

Manning (22/31/2) 299, 1 TD

Flacco (23/35/1) 256, 0 TD
Rushing

Addai 19/74

Rice 20/71
Receiving

Wayne 7/89

Mason 9/142

Caldwell only second to start coaching career10-0. I hope this historical mark begins to echo throughout the sports world. We’ll see. Flacco needed that one pass back but should learn a bunch from that middle of the field 4th quarter interception.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS (3-7) 6

DALLAS COWBOYS (7-3) 7

1st Downs 14 17
Passing 1st downs
11 9
Rushing 1st downs
1 8
1st downs from Penalties
2 0
3rd down efficiency
7-15 3-11
4th down efficiency
0-0 0-1
Total Plays 58 61
Total Yards 324 305
Passing 246 152
Comp-Att
24-37 15-27
Yards per pass
6.6 5.6
Rushing 78 153
Rushing Attempts
20 33
Yards per rush
3.9 4.6
Red Zone (Made-Att) 0-1 1-2
Penalties 5-27 6-35
Turnovers 1 2
Fumbles lost
0 1
Interceptions thrown
1 1
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 0
Possession 28:34 31:26

Individual leaders:

Passing

Campbell (24/37/1) 256, 0 TD

Romo (15/27/1) 158, 1 TD
Rushing

Cartwright 13/67

Barber 20/99
Receiving

Cartwright 7/73

Witten 5/43

Whatever lol Nice game Jason but you couldn’t give a brotha three more points? Coach Campo got in that Newman ass huh?

CLEVELAND BROWNS (1-9) 37

DETROIT LIONS (2-8) 38

1st Downs 22 26
Passing 1st downs
16 20
Rushing 1st downs
5 3
1st downs from Penalties
1 3
3rd down efficiency
10-19 5-10
4th down efficiency
2-2 1-1
Total Plays 75 61
Total Yards 439 473
Passing 308 416
Comp-Att
22-34 26-43
Yards per pass
9.1 9.7
Rushing 131 57
Rushing Attempts
40 17
Yards per rush
3.3 3.4
Red Zone (Made-Att) 2-3 2-3
Penalties 8-69 8-41
Turnovers 0 2
Fumbles lost
0 0
Interceptions thrown
0 2
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 0
Possession 34:46 25:14

Individual leaders:

Passing

Quinn (21/33/0) 304, 4 TD

Stafford (26/43/2) 422, 5 TD
Rushing

Lewis 24/75

Smith 12/45
Receiving

Massaquoi 5/115

Johnson 7/161

Game of the day. Stafford showed a lot of heart fighting injury to pull it out.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (4-6) 24

GREEN BAY PACKERS (6-4) 30

1st Downs 11 26
Passing 1st downs
8 14
Rushing 1st downs
2 11
1st downs from Penalties
1 1
3rd down efficiency
3-11 10-18
4th down efficiency
1-2 0-0
Total Plays 46 79
Total Yards 284 484
Passing 215 326
Comp-Att
16-33 32-45
Yards per pass
6.5 7.2
Rushing 69 158
Rushing Attempts
10 32
Yards per rush
6.9 4.9
Red Zone (Made-Att) 1-1 2-5
Penalties 4-30 6-64
Turnovers 1 0
Fumbles lost
0 0
Interceptions thrown
1 0
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 0
Possession 18:21 41:39

Individual leaders:

Passing

Smith (16/33/1) 227, 3 TD

Rodgers (32/45/0) 344, 2 TD
Rushing

Gore 7/59

Grant 21/129
Receiving

Davis 6/108

Finley 7/54

San Fran comes up a little short. Green Bay still in the hunt. Harris and Kampman suffer injuries.

BUFFALO BILLS (3-7) 15

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (6-4) 18

1st Downs 14 19
Passing 1st downs
12 11
Rushing 1st downs
1 7
1st downs from Penalties
1 1
3rd down efficiency
3-11 9-15
4th down efficiency
0-1 0-0
Total Plays 52 66
Total Yards 343 310
Passing 290 208
Comp-Att
18-31 21-30
Yards per pass
9.4 6.9
Rushing 53 102
Rushing Attempts
19 34
Yards per rush
2.8 3.0
Red Zone (Made-Att) 0-3 2-4
Penalties 6-43 6-50
Turnovers 3 2
Fumbles lost
1 1
Interceptions thrown
2 1
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 0
Possession 23:36 36:24

Individual leaders:

Passing

Fitzpatrick (18/31/2) 297, 1 TD

Garrard (21/30/1) 215, 1 TD
Rushing

Jackson 9/35

Jones-Drew 25/66
Receiving

Owens 9/197

Sims-Walker 8/91

Owens goes off in a ’05 flash but Jax looking steady.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS (6-4) 24

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (3-7) 27

1st Downs 27 13
Passing 1st downs
20 8
Rushing 1st downs
6 4
1st downs from Penalties
1 1
3rd down efficiency
4-13 6-15
4th down efficiency
1-1 0-1
Total Plays 78 55
Total Yards 515 282
Passing 401 214
Comp-Att
33-44 15-30
Yards per pass
9.1 7.1
Rushing 114 68
Rushing Attempts
31 20
Yards per rush
3.7 3.4
Red Zone (Made-Att) 3-5 1-3
Penalties 8-85 4-28
Turnovers 3 1
Fumbles lost
1 1
Interceptions thrown
2 0
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 1
Possession 44:07 22:25

Individual leaders:

Passing

Roethlisberger (32/42/2) 398, 3 TD

Cassel (15/30/0) 248, 2 TD
Rushing

Mendenhall 21/80

Charles 17/58
Receiving

Ward 10/128

Chambers 4/119

Steelers shocked in OT. I know you’re worried Temple3. Big Ben is in a Westbrook danger zone.

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (3-7) 9

MINNESOTA VIKINGS (9-1) 35

1st Downs 10 28
Passing 1st downs
8 17
Rushing 1st downs
1 8
1st downs from Penalties
1 3
3rd down efficiency
1-10 8-13
4th down efficiency
0-0 0-0
Total Plays 44 72
Total Yards 212 431
Passing 208 271
Comp-Att
19-29 28-33
Yards per pass
7.2 8.2
Rushing 4 160
Rushing Attempts
13 37
Yards per rush
0.3 4.3
Red Zone (Made-Att) 1-2 3-3
Penalties 10-64 5-31
Turnovers 2 0
Fumbles lost
1 0
Interceptions thrown
1 0
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 0
Possession 17:49 42:11

Individual leaders:

Passing

Hasselbeck (19/26/1) 231, 0 TD

Favre (22/25/0) 213, 4 TD
Rushing

Forsett 9/9

Peterson 24/82
Receiving

Forsett 8/80

Shiancoe 8/78

With one of the best horses in history at his back, Favre is straight ballin’. Whose team MVP out of these two?

ATLANTA FALCONS (5-5) 34

NEW YORK GIANTS (6-4) 31

1st Downs 27 26
Passing 1st downs
14 19
Rushing 1st downs
9 5
1st downs from Penalties
4 2
3rd down efficiency
9-16 7-14
4th down efficiency
2-2 0-0
Total Plays 78 66
Total Yards 352 456
Passing 262 368
Comp-Att
26-46 25-39
Yards per pass
5.7 9.4
Rushing 90 88
Rushing Attempts
30 26
Yards per rush
3.0 3.4
Red Zone (Made-Att) 4-6 3-5
Penalties 3-16 8-64
Turnovers 1 1
Fumbles lost
1 0
Interceptions thrown
0 1
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 0
Possession 31:48 32:06

Individual leaders:

Passing

Ryan (26/46/0) 268, 2 TD

Manning (25/39/1) 384, 3 TD
Rushing

Snelling 25/76

Jacobs 12/39
Receiving

Gonzalez 8/82

Manningham 6/126

The G Men finally get back on track in OT. The NFC East is gonna be a dog fight down the stretch.

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (10-0) 38

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (1-9) 7

1st Downs 21 14
Passing 1st downs
12 5
Rushing 1st downs
9 7
1st downs from Penalties
0 2
3rd down efficiency
6-14 6-15
4th down efficiency
1-2 0-1
Total Plays 65 59
Total Yards 370 219
Passing 187 100
Comp-Att
19-29 17-33
Yards per pass
6.4 3.0
Rushing 183 119
Rushing Attempts
36 23
Yards per rush
5.1 5.2
Red Zone (Made-Att) 5-5 1-1
Penalties 4-55 3-18
Turnovers 0 4
Fumbles lost
0 1
Interceptions thrown
0 3
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 0
Possession 32:24 27:36

Individual leaders:

Passing

Brees (19/29/0) 187, 3 TD

Freeman (17/33/3) 126, 1 TD
Rushing

Thomas 11/92

Williams 11/32
Receiving

Colston 5/74

Winslow 5/29

J Freez has got to take care of the football. In my best Mercury Morris voice…”Come see me when the Saints are on my block.” Still not sold NO is this good.

ARIZONA CARDINALS (7-3) 21

ST. LOUIS RAMS (1-9) 13

1st Downs 24 16
Passing 1st downs
14 11
Rushing 1st downs
9 4
1st downs from Penalties
1 1
3rd down efficiency
6-11 4-16
4th down efficiency
0-0 2-5
Total Plays 65 67
Total Yards 444 314
Passing 261 191
Comp-Att
25-33 19-37
Yards per pass
7.9 5.2
Rushing 183 123
Rushing Attempts
30 27
Yards per rush
6.1 4.6
Red Zone (Made-Att) 3-3 1-3
Penalties 6-40 7-50
Turnovers 2 1
Fumbles lost
2 0
Interceptions thrown
0 1
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 0
Possession 31:38 28:22

Individual leaders:

Passing

Warner (15/19/0) 203, 2 TD

Bulger (19/37/1) 215, 0 TD
Rushing

Hightower 14/110

Jackson 24/116
Receiving

Boldin 8/103

Gibson 5/61

Warner defeats his former squad but knocked out of game. Stephen Jackson might be one of the most unappreciated runners in the game’s history.

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (7-3) 32

DENVER BRONCOS (6-4) 3

1st Downs 21 14
Passing 1st downs
9 7
Rushing 1st downs
10 6
1st downs from Penalties
2 1
3rd down efficiency
5-13 2-9
4th down efficiency
1-1 0-3
Total Plays 65 53
Total Yards 348 271
Passing 145 156
Comp-Att
17-22 17-33
Yards per pass
6.6 4.7
Rushing 203 115
Rushing Attempts
43 17
Yards per rush
4.7 6.8
Red Zone (Made-Att) 3-6 0-4
Penalties 1-15 9-65
Turnovers 0 3
Fumbles lost
0 2
Interceptions thrown
0 1
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 0
Possession 37:52 22:08

Individual leaders:

Passing

Rivers (17/22/0) 145, 1 TD

Orton (15/29/1) 171, 0 TD
Rushing

Tomlinson 20/73

Moreno 10/80
Receiving

Jackson 4/56

Royal 4/29

The Denver Broncos ebb and flow continues. Yo Dawk! Go AWOL and come back home fam.

NEW YORK JETS (4-6) 14

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (7-3) 31

1st Downs 12 27
Passing 1st downs
7 14
Rushing 1st downs
5 11
1st downs from Penalties
0 2
3rd down efficiency
2-10 8-17
4th down efficiency
1-1 1-1
Total Plays 49 78
Total Yards 226 410
Passing 122 299
Comp-Att
8-21 28-41
Yards per pass
5.8 7.3
Rushing 104 111
Rushing Attempts
26 35
Yards per rush
4.0 3.2
Red Zone (Made-Att) 0-0 3-4
Penalties 5-28 6-51
Turnovers 5 1
Fumbles lost
1 1
Interceptions thrown
4 0
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 1 1
Possession 20:06 39:54

Individual leaders:

Passing

Sanchez (8/21/4) 136, 1 TD

Brady (28/41/0) 310, 1 TD
Rushing

Jones 21/103

Maroney 22/77
Receiving

Cotchery 3/84

Welker 15/192

Welker goes off. Mark Sanchez has been horrible since the hype machine went super strato. Somewhere in Southern Cali a former NFL head coach is smiling. I hope he gets it back and charges it to the game.

CINCINNATI BENGALS (7-3) 17

OAKLAND RAIDERS (3-7) 20

1st Downs 23 16
Passing 1st downs
9 9
Rushing 1st downs
12 5
1st downs from Penalties
2 2
3rd down efficiency
6-13 4-11
4th down efficiency
0-0 1-1
Total Plays 68 58
Total Yards 348 275
Passing 171 183
Comp-Att
14-22 17-34
Yards per pass
7.8 5.4
Rushing 177 92
Rushing Attempts
43 24
Yards per rush
4.1 3.8
Red Zone (Made-Att) 2-5 1-2
Penalties 8-59 3-13
Turnovers 4 3
Fumbles lost
3 2
Interceptions thrown
1 1
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 0
Possession 38:24 21:36

Individual leaders:

Passing

Palmer (14/22/1) 207, 0 TD

Gradkowski (17/34/1) 183, 2 TD
Rushing

Scott 21/119

Fargas 8/32
Receiving

Ochocinco 4/67

Miller 5/65

Have you ever seen so many division contenders lose on the same week this year? Season is crazy. Raiders must be tougher defensively than what most think. It’s a FUMBLE!!!

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (6-4) 24

CHICAGO BEARS (4-6) 20

1st Downs 18 14
Passing 1st downs
9 8
Rushing 1st downs
8 4
1st downs from Penalties
1 2
3rd down efficiency
7-15 3-16
4th down efficiency
0-0 2-2
Total Plays 66 64
Total Yards 377 284
Passing 220 158
Comp-Att
24-33 24-43
Yards per pass
6.7 3.7
Rushing 157 126
Rushing Attempts
30 20
Yards per rush
5.2 6.3
Red Zone (Made-Att) 2-3 1-3
Penalties 8-46 7-64
Turnovers 3 1
Fumbles lost
2 0
Interceptions thrown
1 1
Defensive / Special Teams TDs 0 0
Possession 30:57 29:03

Individual leaders:

Passing

McNabb (23/32/1) 244, 2 TD

Cutler (24/43/1) 171, 1 TD
Rushing

McCoy 20/99

Bell 4/81
Receiving

Jackson 8/107 Olsen 6/42

The Eagles finally win a close game and ran the rock in the process. Say what you want about McNabb but his class prevails. Cutler better listen to whatever 5 told him afterward.

18 Responses to “The Starting Five Week 11 NFL Recap: McNabb Has Just as Much Class as He Has Soul”

  1. Temple3 says:

    LOL. You’ll be pickin’ the Pats by ya damn self. Nawlins is legit. These are not Archie’s Aints or Bobby Hebert’s Caint’s or Aaron Brook’s Faints. This is a new “brees.”

    What’s not to like? Power running game, deep passing game, aggressive and opportunistic defense. Solid special teams. Good depth. Veteran leadership. Nice mix of hungry guys looking for a little redemption (Brees, Bush, Bell, Will Smith, etc.).

    And besides, no one else has this:
    http://local.yahoo.com/info-18162378-snug-harbor-new-orleans

    OMG — talk about hammer time!! You’ll need a designated WALKER after leaving that spot!

  2. Temple3 says:

    Yeah, Mizz —

    I’m a bit worried about the Steelers. Right now, it just doesn’t look like they have what it takes. You’ll notice that neither Grand Nubian nor I bought in when you had them ranked #1.

    They’ve got 2 issues: turnovers and special teams defense. When you have that problem for 2 months, it’s probably just who you are.

  3. Origin says:

    Yeah Temple the saints are good. I still say the only team in the NFC that can beat those kats are the Vikings. They can stop the run and run the ball good enough to give the aints fits.

  4. Origin says:

    Mizzo brotha Mcnabb is a class act. And like clock work the haters in the philly media and fans are calling Mcnabb out for talking with Cutler.

    First they said Mcnabb was sticking up for a black QB when he spoke with Russel earlier in the year. Now he speaks with Cutler and its a problem.

    What a joke.

  5. thebrotherreport says:

    These clowns on the airwaves are spinning this to make it look like McNabb is making this about himself again. McNabb is telling Cutler that he’s been through the same thing and in many cases is still dealing w/the B.S. on the daily. How is that being self-centered? The media is pissed because 1. There’s no race card to spin and 2. They know every word McNabb spoke to Cutler was gospel. Media heads around the league see how unappreciated he is and the Philly media hates that so all they want to do know is pile on what they’ve put out there. It really gotten old.

    I may be ready to trade in my colors after this season.

  6. Temple3 says:

    I think Jay Cutler will value those precious moments for the rest of his life. If he’s wise, he won’t say a word.

  7. Origin says:

    Yeah I agree Temple. I am sure Mcnabb dropped some knowledge on him………..even though the fans and media in Chicago is nothing and I mean nothing like Philly.

    @TBR – Brotha it is sick and sad to read the forums and hear those fools on the radio…….such haters.

    I think they are even more pissed because Mcnabb spoke with Cutler because they can’t make it seem like Mcnabb was looking out for another black QB (just like you said). I have never seen one man get crapped on by his home town fans and media for the most simple mess in my life.

    I mean really!!!

  8. Eric Daniels says:

    Hello folks,

    I missed you guys had to go to the hospitial for my fistula and missed the banter of the fam, VY looks like hs’s getting it and I agree with Steve Young that if VY keeps developing he will be unstoppable at QB. My Bucs suck major league ASS but we may get Shu or Cody.

  9. HarveyDent says:

    Sam and Wilma raised a man is all I can say. I’m no fan at all of Jay Cutler but he gets respect from me after last night for listening to an old head who’s been through the NFL media storms. Triple Soul 5 wasn’t telling him anything wrong and if Cutler’s ready to take that next step he’ll take the advice to heart and live up to his talent and expectations.

    @TBR–I feel you bruh when it comes to that section of Eagles’ fans who criticize everything McNabb does because they always see some hidden, sinister motive behind every smile or comment he makes not to say nothing of what they say about his play. I’ve said it before that the only reason I still watch the NFL is to see the Eagles and hopefully McNabb win a SuperBowl but after that believe me it’s a wrap because the nattering nabobs of negativity that surround the NFL wearies me and I just watch the games. Imagine how it is for the players especially those who aren’t the golden boys but rather the ones tied to the whipping posts. McNabb’s been tied there since Day 1 and it’s nothing but a testament to him and his upbringing that he still smiles just as brightly as he did back in ’99 when Tagliabue gave him that Eagles hat.

    I can’t wait until he retires and sits down and writes his memoir about his playing career because no one can be that cool to let all this stuff slide of his back.

    Comes with the territory though and believe me Philly’s going to regret the day he leaves more than any other athlete.

  10. HarveyDent says:

    ED, hope you’re doing well, my brother. Glad to have you back.

  11. Origin says:

    What up ED.

    That young man Josh Freeman is the truth.

    Harvey I agree with with everything you said brotha. Sam and Wilma did a hell of a job raising that man. I always compare Mcnabb and the William sisters to how they perform and stand tall under so much hate.

    Yeap their parents did a great job.

    And I swear I will be right behind you to buy that memoir. Man talk about juicy………..that book may have more dirt then a soap opera.

  12. thebrotherreport says:

    Get well soon ED, The Bucs are gonna be a force real soon.

    One sports radio host said yesterday that Cutler should’ve pulled away from McNabb once the cameras noticed the length of the convo.

    Glad Cutler stuck around to at least listen.

  13. Mizzo says:

    Which punkass was that?

  14. thebrotherreport says:

    Mike MISSinelli 97.5 FM the Fanatic

  15. Mizzo says:

    I’m calling that dude.

  16. Temple3 says:

    That’s really the heart of the matter. The visual power of Cutler being the pupil is not lost on these people. A good chunk of their identity is predicated on the myth that all whites are smarter, wiser, better than all blacks. McNabb’s conversation put that lie on BLAST.

    In the real world, people deal man to man (or person to person), not -ism to -ism. But, if your salary is based on “Fanatic-ism,” how can you even begin to understand what went down? How can you use that teaching moment to help you with your family — with your children — with your other loved ones?

    You can’t. You can, however, hate it — and take that to the bank. I’ve always maintained that DMac was too good for the Eagles and Philly (most of it anyway).

    BTW — Eric…I don’t think TB sucks. They’re having growing pains. 3 Qbs in one season…just beat Green Bay. Hard to play even and focused against New Orleans especially when you don’t have run stoppers on defense. You’ll be alright once you draft some heft.

  17. thebrotherreport says:

    Something I missed yesterday was A. Reid saying that McNabb’s career is HOF worthy. I think he’s accomplished enough, M. Faulk and K. Warner got in the way of a few MVP’s but with the victories TD to INT ratio, I believe he’s in. Although I’m pretty sure 40, 000 passing yards would make him a lock.

    They did a poll on Comcast 55% said that he isn’t a HOFer.

    Guess they’re still holding out for Jaws.

  18. TC says:

    Gotta weigh in coz of Triple 5 Soul mention. Media is so stupid, and as Temple so aptly said, there’s some animal insecurity among the Guardians of the Game that the conscious, seasoned, experienced, smart black man not appear the voice of reason. They might not say it that way, but that’s how it is, no doubt. Triple 5 must wonder if he lives in a backwards universe where everything that sane people think is intelligent, is pilloried. I know a lot of you smart black fellas know this. Anyway, from this white man, can’t have more respect for #5. Been lovin’ his low-key, quiet assassin mentality since he came into the league. As you guys said, as cool as he is, he’s still not a machine and a memoir from him would seriously, seriously name some names, probably again in a low-key but perhaps more devastating way for being so low-key, way. Anyway, as you guys also said, I’m sure Jay Cutler will meditate on what D said to him. It shouldn’t matter what color skin good advice comes from that will fortify you, and people of any sense know that.

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