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Tim Rattay is about to play on HDNET. 8pm PST

it is also being streamed here...
http://www.ufl-football.com/livestreaming/2010REG01FL@LV

wish him luck, not that he ever gets it


lol, anyway it should be a fun watch....if he plays great, maybe a team will pick up him late in the season when he is eligible.





[ Edited by Afrikan on Sep 18, 2010 at 19:52:52 ]
What channel is that?
DirectTV channel 306

DishNetwork 362


the stream is working now as well.
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
What channel is that?

dishnet work 362
former 9ers...Brandon Moore and RB Mo Hicks

are there...Hicks is hurt though.
Brandon Moore just destroyed someone..lol.

still has his speed.
Originally posted by Afrikan:
DirectTV channel 306

DishNetwork 362


the stream is working now as well.

I can't find it on comcast... Is it on comcast?
is jamie winborn, rashaun woods, mike rumph, eric johnson, and cody pickett playing?
Originally posted by WestCoast:
is jamie winborn, rashaun woods, mike rumph, eric johnson, and cody pickett playing?

lol, no...but I think Winborn is in the league.
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Rattay broke the San Francisco 49ers team record for the most completions in a 31-28 win against the Arizona Cardinals on October 10, 2004, when he completed 38 passes, breaking Joe Montana's record of 37.
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Rattay is the only quarterback in NFL history to throw 3 consecutive passes all going for touchdowns, as he did for the Arizona Cardinals in 2007.
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He was responsible for the biggest comeback in Buccaneers history on December 17, 2006, when he led the team back from a 21-point 3rd quarter deficit against the eventual NFC Champion Chicago Bears, throwing for three touchdowns in the 4th quarter and sending the game into overtime before the Buccaneers lost, 34-31.
Originally posted by Chief:
Rattay broke the San Francisco 49ers team record for the most completions in a 31-28 win against the Arizona Cardinals on October 10, 2004, when he completed 38 passes, breaking Joe Montana's record of 37.



threw for 400+ yards..
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He did more than Alex Smith and had a less talented team.

I'm not a fan of either, but the stats don't lie.