Hoping to justify his new contract and shake off his horrible performance of six turnovers in last season's playoff game, Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme played like we were watching a rerun of last January’s game. Not only did he throw interceptions, he threw the ball right to the Philadelphia defense. Not only did he fumble, but the ball seemingly jumped behind him right to the goal line, but not quite touching the end zone. After leading his team on an opening drive, clock consuming touchdown, Delhomme was embarrassed more than Jeff Van Gundy at Michael Jordan's Hall-of-Fame induction. It wasn’t just making mistakes; it was the way he made them. It seemed as if he transcended the act of the turnover, and turned it into an art form. Delhomme fin ...
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