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Old 12-14-2003, 10:43 PM   #1
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Aaron Brooks walks on Water

Once he's done walking on it, he goes ahead and turns it into wine.

BEAT has never faltered in its support of the quarterback of destiny!

All you bandwagoners climb back on, BEAT welcomes you back.

[Edited on 15/12/2003 by BrooksMustGo]
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Old 12-14-2003, 10:45 PM   #2
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This is the maddening thing about Brooks this week he walks on water last week he couldn\'t hold water in a glass. That is why the opinions on Brooks are so extreme, both sides have ample ammo to blast away with. This was a huge game, if Brooks can follow it up with similar play it could be the one you point to and say this is where the corner was turned. The talent and ability are always there and the potential is boundless, if consistency can enter the mix his future and the franchise along with him is boundless as well.
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This is the maddening thing about Brooks this week he walks on water last week he couldn\'t hold water in a glass. That is why the opinions on Brooks are so extreme, both sides have ample ammo to blast away with. This was a huge game, if Brooks can follow it up with similar play it could be the one you point to and say this is where the corner was turned. The talent and ability are always there and the potential is boundless, if consistency can enter the mix his future and the franchise along with him is boundless as well.
The truth of the matter is Brooks has progressed in the passing game. It\'s just some folks dislike Brooks so much, they don\'t want to see it. His problem has been the fumbling. Fumbling is much easier to correct than problems throwing the ball. How anyone could ever say Brooks hasn\'t progressed is just crazy. People see what they want to see.
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I go to school in Memphis, so I can\'t always watch the games. One thing I noticed during the game was that the commentators were talking about how this has been AB\'s best year. Is that so? I\'ve listening on the internet and reading the paper, but I haven\'t seen enough of him to confirm it. I don\'t think of myself as a Brooks basher, but I\'ve definately been unimpressed with his inconsistent play at times this year. I think this game definately showcased his ability and I truly believe that he should be the quarterback of this team. He just needs to keep having games like this and get rid of games like last week. Sure, the Giants were lacking some defensive starters, but I think AB was just magnificent this game.

\"It is what it is.\" -Joe Horn
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