View Poll Results: Pre-2005, was Daunte Culpepper a possiber HOFer?

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Thread: Before the knee injury, was Daunte Culpepper a possible Hall of Famer?

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    thise 5 eyars you showed he had 1 great season, 2 good ones, and 2 average ones at best.

    so when does having 1 great season mean someone is going to the hall of fame?

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    No way in hell. One really good year, two decent years and two meh.

    LOL @ you can't look at that and think anything other than hall of fame. Culpepper is in my overrated and only good for 3 or 4 years hall of fame, nothing else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red33 View Post
    thise 5 eyars you showed he had 1 great season, 2 good ones, and 2 average ones at best.

    so when does having 1 great season mean someone is going to the hall of fame?
    Yeah, it's not even a HOF worthy small sample size imo. Just a guy who had a couple of really good seasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    Gonna give you credit - good comparison. Again, I said "borderline" I didn't say sure thing.
    I just thing you guys are disrespecting Culpepper too much, the same thing I say to you guys about McNabb.
    Schaub's had a damn good career. He has nothing to apologize for.
    Why the fuck do you say this about every NFL player. You said Rex Grossman has nothing to apologize for, for fucks sake.

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    dave seems to equate not being a HOF'er to being a worthless POS.

    It's the highest standard we have to rate a player, it's not an insult to say these guys come up short. Not every (really) good player is HOF worthy, and that's OK. I think all HOF's put in far too many players.

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    Culpepper was probably the hardest qb to physically take down I've seen in recent memory. He'd shed 6-10 sacks a season from guys drilling him full in and Culpepper shrugging it off .

    That's the only thing I have to say about him. If you can get into the hall of fame for being kinda tough to bring down I guess the answer is yes.
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    I read thread, immediately lol'd. Jumped in and voted no. Saw the stats posted and lol'd some more. Total fucking joke anyone who votes yes with Dave on this needs to leave the boards immediately don't pass go, don't collect 200 dollars.

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    This is pretty pathetic, even for Dave's standards.
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    Somebody please, just fucking stop dave from posting drunk.

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    If Culpepper could've continued at that pace before blowing his knee out I think he may have had a case right now. But that can be said about a number of guys in the NFL, injuries and cut short careers cannot be ignored.

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    Honestly though even playing the hypothetical, I am not sold that he was good enough to have continued that pace even if he had stayed healthy. Carter, Smith retired, and Moss left.

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    No.

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    OK, I can live with the arguments against ... but some of those 27 voters were just joining the "cool" crowd.
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