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Old 10-22-2012, 01:35 AM
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Stan Humphries. Unless you grew up during this time period you probably never heard of him.

Humphries was selected by the Redskins in the sixth round of the 1988 NFL Draft. He made his first pro start in 1990 in Phoenix against the Cardinals with regular starter Mark Rypien sidelined with an injury. Humphries went on to pass for 1,015 yards and three touchdowns in seven games in 1990. He was traded to the San Diego Chargers before the start of the 1992 season following a preseason injury to starting Chargers QB John Friesz. The two teams ran the same offense, allowing Humphries to quickly make an impact. He passed for 3,356 yards, which ranked fifth in the league in 1992, leading the Chargers, who were 4-12 in 1991 and stumbled out to an 0-4 start in 1992, to finish with an 11-5 record, winning the AFC West and ending the Chargers' decade-long playoff drought. To this day, the 1992 San Diego Chargers are the only NFL team to make the playoffs after an 0-4 start.
He started for San Diego for six years, making 81 starts in 88 games while completing 1,431 of 2,516 passes for 17,191 yards and 89 touchdowns. San Diego was 47-29 in regular-season games and 3-3 in playoff contests he started from 1992 to 1997. He played with a separated left shoulder in the 1992 AFC Wild-Card Game, a 17-0 win over the Kansas City Chiefs, their first home playoff game since the 1980 AFC Championship game. Their season ended the next week in a 31-0 loss to the Miami Dolphins in the AFC Divisional Playoffs. The Chargers would win 62 percent of the games during the six years that he started.
In 1994, he led the Chargers with clutch performances through an impressive series of victories in the NFL Playoffs that started with the Chargers rallying from a 21-6 halftime deficit at home to defeat the Miami Dolphins (led by Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino) with a 22-21 victory in the AFC divisional playoffs, earning the Chargers a trip to the AFC Championship Game the next week at Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Steelers were favored by 101⁄2 points, and some Steeler players the week prior to the game had made a Super Bowl rap video, assuming they would be the ones going to the Super Bowl. In what would become one of pro football's all-time great upsets, the Chargers again rallied from a 13-3 deficit late in the 3rd quarter and held off a furious last-minute Pittsburgh drive with a goal-line stand to win the AFC championship 17-13 at Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Stadium. Thus the Chargers earned a trip to Miami & Super Bowl XXIX, the first and only Super Bowl appearance in franchise history. They were greeted by 70,000 fans at San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium upon arriving back from Pittsburgh. Despite losing Super Bowl XXIX to the San Francisco 49ers 49-26, more than 100,000 fans greeted the Chargers when they arrived back in San Diego after the game. In all, Humphries led the Chargers to three playoff appearances and the franchise's only Super Bowl appearance. Humphries' toughness took its toll and in 1997, he was forced to leave the game after a series of concussions.
I guess Billy Joe Tolliver and David Krieg was busy.
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Old 10-22-2012, 01:40 AM
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Stan Humphries. Unless you grew up during this time period you probably never heard of him.

Humphries was selected by the Redskins in the sixth round of the 1988 NFL Draft. He made his first pro start in 1990 in Phoenix against the Cardinals with regular starter Mark Rypien sidelined with an injury. Humphries went on to pass for 1,015 yards and three touchdowns in seven games in 1990. He was traded to the San Diego Chargers before the start of the 1992 season following a preseason injury to starting Chargers QB John Friesz. The two teams ran the same offense, allowing Humphries to quickly make an impact. He passed for 3,356 yards, which ranked fifth in the league in 1992, leading the Chargers, who were 4-12 in 1991 and stumbled out to an 0-4 start in 1992, to finish with an 11-5 record, winning the AFC West and ending the Chargers' decade-long playoff drought. To this day, the 1992 San Diego Chargers are the only NFL team to make the playoffs after an 0-4 start.
He started for San Diego for six years, making 81 starts in 88 games while completing 1,431 of 2,516 passes for 17,191 yards and 89 touchdowns. San Diego was 47-29 in regular-season games and 3-3 in playoff contests he started from 1992 to 1997. He played with a separated left shoulder in the 1992 AFC Wild-Card Game, a 17-0 win over the Kansas City Chiefs, their first home playoff game since the 1980 AFC Championship game. Their season ended the next week in a 31-0 loss to the Miami Dolphins in the AFC Divisional Playoffs. The Chargers would win 62 percent of the games during the six years that he started.
In 1994, he led the Chargers with clutch performances through an impressive series of victories in the NFL Playoffs that started with the Chargers rallying from a 21-6 halftime deficit at home to defeat the Miami Dolphins (led by Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino) with a 22-21 victory in the AFC divisional playoffs, earning the Chargers a trip to the AFC Championship Game the next week at Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Steelers were favored by 101⁄2 points, and some Steeler players the week prior to the game had made a Super Bowl rap video, assuming they would be the ones going to the Super Bowl. In what would become one of pro football's all-time great upsets, the Chargers again rallied from a 13-3 deficit late in the 3rd quarter and held off a furious last-minute Pittsburgh drive with a goal-line stand to win the AFC championship 17-13 at Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Stadium. Thus the Chargers earned a trip to Miami & Super Bowl XXIX, the first and only Super Bowl appearance in franchise history. They were greeted by 70,000 fans at San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium upon arriving back from Pittsburgh. Despite losing Super Bowl XXIX to the San Francisco 49ers 49-26, more than 100,000 fans greeted the Chargers when they arrived back in San Diego after the game. In all, Humphries led the Chargers to three playoff appearances and the franchise's only Super Bowl appearance. Humphries' toughness took its toll and in 1997, he was forced to leave the game after a series of concussions.
I've never seen a QB stiff-arm D-linemen better than him.
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Old 10-23-2012, 08:57 AM
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Jake Delhomme > Peyton Manning
Only an IDIOT would think this.

Oh yeah... you're a Bengal Fan... never mind!
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Old 10-23-2012, 09:07 AM
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Only an IDIOT would think this.

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Jake Delhomme > coltsfan4ever
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Old 10-23-2012, 09:09 AM
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Jake Delhomme > coltsfan4ever
You trying to make me mad?
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Old 10-23-2012, 09:19 AM
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You trying to make me mad?
Jus sayin' he has them lady abilities you obviously didn't have.
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Old 10-23-2012, 09:25 AM
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stan humphries and steve young my two favorite qb's as a youngster...
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Archie Manning: If he hadn't played for the hapless Saints he would have won multiple rings. Peyton and Eli come by their talent honestly because their father Archie was a freakin' stud -- but he was all New Orleans had.
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Old 11-01-2012, 05:02 AM
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Jus sayin' he has them lady abilities you obviously didn't have.
Unless you're suggesting that he can menstruate or give birth, you might want to rephrase that ...
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Old 11-01-2012, 05:23 AM
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Curtis Painter.
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Old 11-03-2012, 07:56 PM
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Old 11-03-2012, 08:03 PM
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Jake Delhomme can definitely go deeper than he gets credit for.

That's what Coltsfan's girl said.
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Old 11-03-2012, 08:13 PM
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That's what Coltsfan's girl said.
Seriously? That's the best you got?
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Seriously? That's the best you got?
When you were sticking it to your girl, she was thinking of Jake Delhomme.
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When you were sticking it to your girl, she was thinking of Jake Delhomme.
You too?

Dude... that idiot, Delhomme, isn't even in the NFL anymore and that girl you're referring to isn't my girlfriend anymore. So... this makes your smack totally lame and a massive fail.

Try again.
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You too?

Dude... that idiot, Delhomme, isn't even in the NFL anymore and that girl you're referring to isn't my girlfriend anymore. So... this makes your smack totally lame and a massive fail.

Try again.
His retirement was the happiest day of your life wasn't it? Did you feel the need to shoot off your gun when thinking of all the times your girl screamed "JAKE!" instead of whatever the hell your real name is?
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Old 11-04-2012, 07:59 PM
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His retirement was the happiest day of your life wasn't it? Did you feel the need to shoot off your gun when thinking of all the times your girl screamed "JAKE!" instead of whatever the hell your real name is?
Lol!

I know you're frustrated about rooting for a team with the league's worst head coach, but don't take it out on me, dude!
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