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Vanderjagt is a nutjob
Except 47 is not the # for men who do this:
Domers in the League:
QB Carlyle Holiday
RB Julius Jones
RB Tony Fisher
FB Marc Edwards
WR Arnaz Battle
WR David Givens
WR Maurice Stovall
WR Matt Shelton
TE Anthony Fasano
T Luke Petitgout
T Mike Rosenthal
T Mike Gandy
G Dan Stevenson
G Sean Mahan
C Jeff Faine
DT Anthony Weaver
DT Bryant Young
DE Grant Irons
DE Justin Tuck
DE Bert Berry
MLB Rocky Boiman
MLB Mike Goolsby
OLB Courtney Watson
OLB Cory Mays
CB Bobby Taylor
CB Allen Rossum
CB Jeff Burris
CB Vontez Duff
FS Jarious Jackson
FS Glenn Earl
SS Gerome Sapp
SS Abram Elam
P Hunter Smith
K John Carney

Let's see how they perform on Madden'07!

Speaking of Madden and Notre Dame players...


Prone to the Madden Curse?
1999
- 2-time Comeback Player of the Year winner ('95 & '01) Garrison Hearst twists ankle first play of scrimmage
2000
- '88 Heisman winner, '98 NFL MVP, Barry Sanders/Dorsey Levens (Sanders retired)
2001
- '95 Heisman, fresh off Superbowl XXXiV loss, Eddie George (key fumble in 1st playoff game, injured next year)
2002
- He sorta sucks now w/o Moss, Dante Culpepper missed 5 games, team missed playoffs
2003
- AP Offensive Player of the Year in '99, '00 and '01, NFL MVP '00, Marshall Faulk injured, team missed playoffs
2004
- #1 overall draft pick failing to live up to lofty expectations, Michael Vick broke leg in preseason, team missed playoffs
2005
- Superbowl XXV MVP, non-convicted murderer, Ray Lewis breaks wrist, 0 ints, team missed playoffs
2006
- fresh off Superbowl XXXiX, Donovan McNabb injured, missed 7 games, team missed playoffs
2007
- Shaun Alexander (take SEAHAWKS A.T.S. all season)


§ sez: lowercase-i for the win!

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