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Old 03-09-2006, 09:30 AM   #31
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Bleeds Burgandy???This is coming from the person who pays us $4 Mil to leave? Come on We should be hating him Not praising him He is a turncoat and deserves to go down.Someone who says he is with you and does everything in his power to leave is a ENEMY----See ya in Dallas Lavar_I repeat watch out for Portis cause he is gon be watching u!
Just so I'm clear.......you have a problem with a guy that actually gave the skins back $4 million? If he wanted to be a real a$$ about it, he would have made the skins cut him and take the cap hit. Instead he chose to leave like a professional and start anew somewhere else, without ANY harm coming to the Redskins. And you want to hate him for it? Do you even bother thinking any of these things through before you post? I mean, do you ever bother to sit back and actually try to use ration or reason?

And who really turned his back on who here? Lavar stuck with this team through its darkest days. He was an outstading citizen for the D.C. area. He showed nothing but love to the fans. He never threatened to test free agency. He never demanded a trade. He dealt with a revolving door of coaches and coordinators through the most crucial time in his career for developing into an NFL player...............And last year he was benched. He was second sting for a number of games and wasn't allowed to be an every-down player. Now I'm not going to rehash the wisdom of the coaches' decisions in that regard. That's not the point of this post. But from his perspective, who really turned their back on who here? Should we expect him to stay on a team that doesn't really appreciate or want him? Should we expect him to want to continue his career being allowed to play 70% of all downs or occasionally being benched? Why would or should we expect that of him? Or perhaps, just maybe, what happened here is that both sides realized that the current coaching staff and Lavar just don't fit with each other anymore. Doesn't matter whose fault that is, they just didn't fit. And so the professional thing to do, if you really love a team, is to leave, start somewhere else fresh, and make as few waves as possible in the process. Why you want to crucify a guy who voluteered to improve the Skins' cap situation on the way out is simply beyond me. Of course, blind hatred makes people say some pretty stupid shit, doesn't it?
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Old 03-09-2006, 09:38 AM   #32
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Just so I'm clear.......you have a problem with a guy that actually gave the skins back $4 million? If he wanted to be a real a$$ about it, he would have made the skins cut him and take the cap hit. Instead he chose to leave like a professional and start anew somewhere else, without ANY harm coming to the Redskins. And you want to hate him for it? Do you even bother thinking any of these things through before you post? I mean, do you ever bother to sit back and actually try to use ration or reason?

And who really turned his back on who here? Lavar stuck with this team through its darkest days. He was an outstading citizen for the D.C. area. He showed nothing but love to the fans. He never threatened to test free agency. He never demanded a trade. He dealt with a revolving door of coaches and coordinators through the most crucial time in his career for developing into an NFL player...............And last year he was benched. He was second sting for a number of games and wasn't allowed to be an every-down player. Now I'm not going to rehash the wisdom of the coaches' decisions in that regard. That's not the point of this post. But from his perspective, who really turned their back on who here? Should we expect him to stay on a team that doesn't really appreciate or want him? Should we expect him to want to continue his career being allowed to play 70% of all downs or occasionally being benched? Why would or should we expect that of him? Or perhaps, just maybe, what happened here is that both sides realized that the current coaching staff and Lavar just don't fit with each other anymore. Doesn't matter whose fault that is, they just didn't fit. And so the professional thing to do, if you really love a team, is to leave, start somewhere else fresh, and make as few waves as possible in the process. Why you want to crucify a guy who voluteered to improve the Skins' cap situation on the way out is simply beyond me. Of course, blind hatred makes people say some pretty stupid shit, doesn't it?
i got a problem with his bitching during the season... other than that i agree with you 100%
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Old 03-09-2006, 09:39 AM   #33
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Hey mental midget. Lavar is no longer a Redskin and he will probably end up with a star on his helmet since Philly signed Barber today. Like Hollywood Hogan said, "Either you are with us.......... or against us!!!"

I was watching Dexter crushing Danny White when you were running down your mom's leg...
The irony of a guy who quotes "Hollywood Hogan" to try to support his point calling someone else a "mental midget" is unbelievable.

My advice: take two ridilin and try making a point without insulting people. I mean I know Lavar isn't someone we should all look up to since he's not a gun-wielding thug like some other players, but there's no reason to get belligerent about it (fyi: belligerent means overly hostile or eager to fight).
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the blue and white runs deep with you my son.

i say both parties are at fault and i wish lavar well except when he plays us just like i do for all skins that leave on good terms
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Hey mental midget. Lavar is no longer a Redskin and he will probably end up with a star on his helmet since Philly signed Barber today. Like Hollywood Hogan said, "Either you are with us.......... or against us!!!"

I was watching Dexter crushing Danny White when you were running down your mom's leg...
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Old 03-09-2006, 09:47 AM   #36
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i say both parties are at fault and i wish lavar well except when he plays us just like i do for all skins that leave on good terms
Agreed. Lavar isn't perfect. He could have handled himself better last year and he could have fallen in line like the coaches wanted, but I don't see any reason to rip the guy apart. I don't want him to beat up on the skins when he plays us, but what harm comes from him doing well somewhere else? I just don't get people.
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and how.

i mean it would be just as easy to get pissed at the coaches too, but THEY are staying on the skins. thats the only difference.
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i've seen it to many times it wasn't even close to out of bounds go to dallas you redskin hating @#$^%
My mistake. I guess I remembered it wrong. But it still is sad that we cant think of a marquee play that involved the ball.
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Old 03-09-2006, 11:00 AM   #39
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I seem to recall LaVar causing a key fumble in 2001 against Kurt Warner and the Rams that Darryl Gardner picked up to secure the win? Is that right?
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My mistake. I guess I remembered it wrong. But it still is sad that we cant think of a marquee play that involved the ball.
The INT for a TD against Carolina.
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Old 03-09-2006, 11:02 AM   #41
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I stand corrected again. He was well worth the 2nd overall pick, the tens of millions of dollars, and the very public whining. Glad he finally found a way to contain Chris Weinke.
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Old 03-09-2006, 11:21 AM   #42
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I didn't say he was worth the 2nd pick and the millions of dollars. I just said that that was his marquee play with the ball...
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I seem to recall LaVar causing a key fumble in 2001 against Kurt Warner and the Rams that Darryl Gardner picked up to secure the win? Is that right?
That is correct.

LaVar also recovered a fumble in the endzone to beat the Cowboys in Darrell Green's final game as a Redskin.
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Old 03-09-2006, 11:27 AM   #44
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if there is anything that we can take solace in, its the fact that sean taylor is our new playmaker. taylors speed and atheleticism and just raw anger will have us saying lavar who? next year.
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Old 03-09-2006, 11:35 AM   #45
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I'm glad hes gone personally. His unwillingness to adapt to a system that could have made him into an elite player just frustrates me. He was not worth the trouble and we are far better without him. I have all the trust in the world in GW to find a replacement or better yet we did that last year since he never played. Now the media headache is gone and we can focus 100% on football as to whats going on outside of it.
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