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  1. DerAdlerIstGelandet

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    #1 DerAdlerIstGelandet, Feb 9, 2010
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    The Super Bowl is now over and here is the thread to talk about anyting pertaining to the NFL 2010 season including the off season including draft, camps and pre season.

    Important Dates for the 2010 NFL Season:

    Feb. 8 - Waiver system begins.
    Feb. 11 - Clubs may begin designating players as Franchise Players.
    Feb. 24-March - 2 - NFL Combine
    Feb. 25 – Deadline for clubs to designate franchise or transition players.
    March 5 – Start of free agency
    March 15 – Offseason workouts can begin.
    March 21-24 – Annual NFL Meeting.
    Early April – 2010 NFL Schedule Released.
    April 22-24 - NFL Draft
    May 24-26 – NFL Spring Meeting
    July - Training Camps Begin
    Aug. 7 - Hall of Fame Enshrinement
    Aug. 8 - Hall of Fame Game
    Aug. 13 - Preseason Begins
     
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    Come on Houstans Texans.......
     
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    Think your a little to late;)
     
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    Very much so, but it will always be my NFL team...spent many a good day at the Reliant.
     
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    Jets will be better than last year! I Hope!!
     
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    Geaux Saints, time for a repeat. (though it will probably not happen, I can always dream)
     
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    #8 kgambit, Feb 9, 2010
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    Harrison, considering that Sanchez was in his rookie year the Jets did a GREAT job. If he develops as expected the Jets will be tough. Their defense is already extremely tough. :)
     
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    The impact of no salary cap for the 2010 season will be interesting to watch.

    Hopefully the groundwork for a CBA can move forward so that a players strike and/or owners lockout can be averted for the 2011 season.

    The 1982 and 1987 NFL strikes sucked (but not for the Redskins).

    TO
     
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    Agreed. The Jets are a few pieces away. Will be interesting.
     
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    A legitimate edge pass rusher.

    A big time wide receiver

    A solid Safety

    Think that the QB will be just fine.

    TO
     
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    Repeat???, As good a shot as anyone i guess. It would be really cool...:D
     
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    Tough to repeat in the NFL, but Drew Brees just might get his 2nd before Peyton gets his.

    TO
     
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    Vegas already has the odds for who will win next years superbowl.

    Colts 5-1
    Cowturds 6-1
    Vikings 8-1
    Saints 8-1
     
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    Jeez!

    As far as the Eagles (like anybody cares! :)) I think its time to let McNabb go and give the rock to Kolb.
     
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    Agreed Njaco. Whatever it takes to beat Dallas.
     
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    Rumor has it, he will not be in Philly next year and might be throwing the ball for Arizona.
     
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    There's also a rumour floating around that Vick is going to St Louis. I'm not sure I can see Philly dumping BOTH Vick and McNabb but I would lay money that ONE of them is gone for sure. I'm betting on McNabb actually.
     
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    One is certainly gone. Neither Vick nor McNabb is going to be willing to ride the bench.
     
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    I just heard that Brett Favre and Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings both retired!!!! Word is they are going to open a Bakery that specializes in Turnovers!!!

    Oh, I deserve whatever comes to me for that one;)

    Vikes need some serious help at the offensive line position. Adrian Peterson needs to figure out how to pass block for te times he is not carrying the ball. Oh yes, he needs to learn to hold onto the ball as well.
     
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