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One way to kill and NFL career...

Discussion in 'All Other Team Discussions' started by Pack93z, Jul 16, 2007.

  1. Pack93z

    Pack93z You retired too? .... Not me. I'm in my prime

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    :rotflmao: You can't be serious !

    Calling Card

    Former NFL Player Arrested in Home Invasion After Leaving Giants Team ID Card Behind
    Posted Jul 13th 2007 3:45PM by Michael David Smith


    Sometimes Fark says it best:

    When doing an armed home invasion, be sure not to leave your NFL ID card from when you were on the practice squad of the Giants

    Mike Jemison is a football player who spent time on the practice squads of the Giants and Steelers, as well as playing in NFL Europe. Jemison was arrested with two other men late Wednesday night, police said. He's been charged with robbery, burglary, aggravated assault, conspiracy, theft, reckless endangerment and unlawful restraint.

    How did the cops catch him? It helped that they found a bag in a Dumpster that contained a .45-caliber pistol as well as a Giants official team identification card and team apparel. The identification card belonged to Jemison.
     
  2. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    I wonder if they give negative scores on the "Wonderlic" test??? :rotflmao:
     
  3. vike4life

    vike4life Cheesehead

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    :rotflmao: good one Cheesey. He went to Pitt. I would have bet on Miami.
     
  4. vikesrule

    vikesrule Cheesehead

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    HA!

    Speaking of low "Wonderlic Scores"........... Bwaaahaaaa!
    :rotflmao:

    "If you happen to think it takes smarts to play pro football, now there's another reason to throw into the mix, according to a story in the Friday edition of the Wall Street Journal.

    How can this be said delicately without offending anyone's self-esteem?

    The Packers are stupid. There's no other way to put it.

    They have the lowest average Wonderlic score of any of the 32 teams in the National Football League, according to the Journal."



    Packers lead the pack in low Wonderlic scores
     
  5. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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  6. vikesrule

    vikesrule Cheesehead

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    uwbadger12000 Cheesehead

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    Look at who has the smartest teams. Great teams such as Tampa Bay, Oakland, St. Louis, and Tennessee.
     
  8. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    I'm not the one saying "No **** sherlock :doh: " :)


    You didn't mention when that article was actually written. Thus, I did it for you to avoid any confusion about THIS years team.


    Besides, the Wonderlic scores are pointless. I scored extremely high on them and well hell that should tell you how hard they are. You can easily guess your way through them.
     
  9. DoddPower

    DoddPower Nick Perry is watching you, NFL QB's!

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    I'm sorry I feel like such a noob, but what exactly is this "Wonderlic" test?
     
  10. vikesrule

    vikesrule Cheesehead

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    Hey Z, glad to see that the Pack is bringing those scores this year :rotflmao:

    "Packers selected San Jose State WR James Jones with the No. 78 overall pick in the NFL Draft.
    Jones is 6-1/217 with 4.53 speed and only scored a reported nine on the all-important Wonderlic Test."
     
  11. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    Neat. What about the rest of the Packers team.
     
  12. uwbadger12000

    uwbadger12000 Cheesehead

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    I don't give a dam what he scores on some stupid test. If he can play football, that is all that matters.
     
  13. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    The Viking players think the "Wonderlic" test is how many licks it takes to reach the center of a Tootsie Pop!

    Actually, it's a test they give to see how smart a player is. Kind of an IQ test.
     
  14. vike4life

    vike4life Cheesehead

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    I agree. When Dimitrius Underwood scored 6 on his Wonderlic test. That did not offer any type of warning.
     

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