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« on: September 11, 2013, 05:04:17 PM »

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« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2013, 05:47:00 PM »

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« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2013, 11:33:16 PM »


Shoot!  I almost missed it!!!


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« Reply #3 on: September 13, 2013, 03:00:43 PM »

Thank you every one!  grouphug   It was a good birthday! I turned 49! It is a little strange - much like when I turned 29 and I realized "this is the end of my 20's" and when my 30th came around I was fine with it! So when I told this to my 18 year old niece the day before my birthday this week - she tells me on my birthday - Happy 50 minus 1 Birthday!  Shocked I don't know which I  like better - 49 or 50 minus 1?  Roll Eyes

Still the most important thing is I am still here! Despite the many times I have been near death! I am lucky and very blessed!

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One of the top free agent signings in NFL history after joining Raiders in 1999…Selected for the Pro Bowl 1999-2002 and won the Pro Bowl MVP Award 2 years in a row 2000 & 2001(a feat achieved by no other NFL player) Named the NFL’s 2002 Most Valuable Player after a record-setting season with the Raiders... In that season, set the Raiders single-season record for passes attempted (618), completed (418), yards (4,689), completion percentage (67.6), and consecutive 300-yard games (6) with a total of 10 games over 300-yards (a NFL record for a season) in leading the team to Super Bowl XXXVII…Appeared in 157 career games with 132 starts...Started in 71 straight league games at quarterback for the Silver and Black, a team record...Topped the 300-yard plateau 24 times in his career, including 19 with the Raiders, a team record…Also holds Raiders career records for completions (1,533) and completion percentage (62.6)…
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