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    Re: Tiki Barber the next Marshall Faulk?

    I'm reconciling a general ledger and surfing on here. Can't chew gum and talk at the same time today.

    Thanks bison.....


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    Re: Tiki Barber the next Marshall Faulk?

    Quote Originally Posted by txramsfan
    I'm reconciling a general ledger and surfing on here. Can't chew gum and talk at the same time today.

    Thanks bison.....


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    No sweat. Actually I think I misspelled his name. I'm not sure if it's Shawn or Shaun or Sean.
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    Re: Tiki Barber the next Marshall Faulk?

    1) The spelling is Shaun Alexander.

    2) Stephen Alexander is a TE for the Lions.

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    Re: Tiki Barber the next Marshall Faulk?

    You knowing who plays tight end for the Lions Nick is starting to scare me.

    Take up golf. It gets you outside.

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    Re: Tiki Barber the next Marshall Faulk?

    Quote Originally Posted by NickSeiler
    1) The spelling is Shaun Alexander.

    2) Stephen Alexander is a TE for the Lions.
    Is that the same Stephen Alexander who was a TE for the Chargers?
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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    Re: Tiki Barber the next Marshall Faulk?

    But it's just a coincidence former Rams quarterback Kurt Warner will be running it when the season starts Sept. 12 in Philadelphia.
    Not so sure about that. I've heard on local sports radio that Warner isn't looking too sharp, and Plamer is surprising the Giant's coaches. Will have to see.
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    Re: Tiki Barber the next Marshall Faulk?

    They're not Rams


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    Re: Tiki Barber the next Marshall Faulk?

    I like the Giants. I like Tiki and Rhonde. Great guys to watch and watching them play football together is fun, but to say Tiki is the next Faulk...no..like someone said earlier, he is already established, he made his name, he is good...Faulk is great. I actually agree that Rhonde is better at cb than Tiki at rb, but to compare the two spots really is not fair. So much goes into what they do. Team functionality, coaches and their utilization of a player...
    also, where I would not call him the next Faulk, he did play well against us..so we can't say hes nothing. The Giants gave us good play, they did not clean our clocks.
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    Re: Tiki Barber the next Marshall Faulk?

    Quote Originally Posted by txramsfan
    You knowing who plays tight end for the Lions Nick is starting to scare me.

    Take up golf. It gets you outside.

    LOL
    I prefer paintball.

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    Re: Tiki Barber the next Marshall Faulk?

    In a word...NO! Hold onto the rock Tiki...he'll never even come close to Faulk in any system... :tongue:

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