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Old 04-24-2009, 11:01 PM   #91
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That's right. 4pm eastern.
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Old 04-24-2009, 11:02 PM   #92
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You are right on. This year is a bad qb year and next year looks different.
Which is why Sanchez decided to come out this year instead of taking his coaches advice and playing his senior year.
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Old 04-25-2009, 12:05 AM   #93
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Don't worry, I'll be waking up at 5 am to catch the fireworks.
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Old 04-25-2009, 12:19 AM   #94
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Staying Pat

We'll see if the words hold truth in less than 24 hours.
Notice he said he's not trading next year's first round pick. He never said anything about next year's 2nd, 3rd, or a current player...

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He noted that the only time his club recently did swap the following year's No. 1 pick, it was to acquire quarterback Jason Campbell in 2005 -- "and it worked out quite well," Snyder said.
So well in fact, that they can't wait to get rid of him.
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Thanks for the info. Its too early to drink beer at 9am, considering I need to get drunk by the time we trade up to get Sanchez. Cheers and don't get too disappointed if we trade our 1st pick this year, next year's and our 3rd to get Sanchez... Try to see the silver lining (if any).

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Old 04-25-2009, 12:41 AM   #96
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Thanks for the info. Its too early to drink beer at 9am, considering I need to get drunk by the time we trade up to get Sanchez. Cheers and don't get too disappointed if we trade our 1st pick this year, next year's and our 3rd to get Sanchez... Try to see the silver lining (if any).

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Dude, I'll bet we trade down. I really don't see a trade up. So it should be 11 o'clock your time before we pick if we stand pat and it may be mid-afternoon for you before we actually make a pick. I'd go ahead and chill that beer now.
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Old 04-25-2009, 12:44 AM   #97
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Which is why Sanchez decided to come out this year instead of taking his coaches advice and playing his senior year.
Totally agree...he would have been just one among several (better) prospects next year. Smart kid...doesn't mean there's good football to be had there.
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Old 04-25-2009, 12:46 AM   #98
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Partly due to the Skins themselves, Campbell has had to learn something like 7 offensive systems in the past 9 years. I don't know whats going on in Campbells head, but on some level, thats had to have some sort of affect on him.


BHA, I'm not trying to be a dirt ball but I'm kinda tired of all the excuses. I'm not blaming you I used them also and it all started with Ramsey. Poor guy had his bell rung too many time he got gun shy. QB's always took hits through out their careers. Ramsey still sucks and he's been to many different teams. I honestly like JC's personality. I like that he's calm but he seems way too calm. If given a decent 2 min. drill he would need 4. He's just one of those people that is never in a hurry. The friend who you complain about taking his time getting ready to go out. I like JC but even last yr felt change was needed, but who do we use? Collins, I don't think so. Colt was a Rookie and probably still has things he needs to learn.
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Thanks for the info. Its too early to drink beer at 9am, considering I need to get drunk by the time we trade up to get Sanchez. Cheers and don't get too disappointed if we trade our 1st pick this year, next year's and our 3rd to get Sanchez... Try to see the silver lining (if any).

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To early to drink at 9AM? What kind of beer drinker are you?
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Old 04-25-2009, 01:14 AM   #100
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BHA, I'm not trying to be a dirt ball but I'm kinda tired of all the excuses. I'm not blaming you I used them also and it all started with Ramsey. Poor guy had his bell rung too many time he got gun shy. QB's always took hits through out their careers. Ramsey still sucks and he's been to many different teams. I honestly like JC's personality. I like that he's calm but he seems way too calm. If given a decent 2 min. drill he would need 4. He's just one of those people that is never in a hurry. The friend who you complain about taking his time getting ready to go out. I like JC but even last yr felt change was needed, but who do we use? Collins, I don't think so. Colt was a Rookie and probably still has things he needs to learn.
Amen. I said this in another thread, but on some level I'm really trying to convince myself that drafting Sanchez might not be such a bad idea after all.

And you make a good point about Jason's demeanor. I think we all have to ask ourselves this question: What are the actual chances that Jason is destined to be an absolute superstar headed for Super Bowl MVP awards and a spot in the Hall of Fame? Doesn't someone like that have to show us more than what we've seen? Even when things around him aren't perfect, like the best O-line in the league and Pro Bowl wideouts? The truly great quarterbacks have something that makes everyone around them better.

Could it be that maybe, just maybe, Jason Campbell isn't that quarterback, and that he may never be?
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Dude, I'll bet we trade down. I really don't see a trade up. So it should be 11 o'clock your time before we pick if we stand pat and it may be mid-afternoon for you before we actually make a pick. I'd go ahead and chill that beer now.
I agree Lotus. It's either stand pat or trade down. In fact I'm probably going to Nagshead again tomorrow and enjoy the beach. That is if I don't stay up too late. Should be home around 6 when the Redskins are making up there mind whether to trade down or make the pick.
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I agree Lotus. It's either stand pat or trade down. In fact I'm probably going to Nagshead again tomorrow and enjoy the beach. That is if I don't stay up too late. Should be home around 6 when the Redskins are making up there mind whether to trade down or make the pick.
That sounds like an excellent plan and I'll bet you don't miss a thing Redskin-wise. Enjoy!
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I agree Lotus. It's either stand pat or trade down. In fact I'm probably going to Nagshead again tomorrow and enjoy the beach. That is if I don't stay up too late. Should be home around 6 when the Redskins are making up there mind whether to trade down or make the pick.
That sounds fun...can't say I'm gonna be able to stay away from the tv. I like to predict who we take after each pick and see how it changes.
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Old 04-25-2009, 01:24 AM   #104
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On a funny side note another reason to move up and draft him would be from Wiki.....

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In April 2006, Sanchez was arrested after a female USC student accused him of sexual assault.[12][13] He was released from jail the following day, after posting $200,000 bail, but USC placed him on interim suspension that suspended him from the football team yet permitted him to take his semester finals, albeit separate from the general student body and under the supervision of campus security.[14] On June 3, 2006, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office announced no charges would be filed against Sanchez due to a "lack of sufficient evidence beyond a reasonable doubt", noting the case was "essentially a 'one-on-one' allegation."[15][16] The District Attorney's office released the charge evaluation worksheet that said the alleged victim in the case said she consented to kissing and petting on Sanchez's bed, and that she repeatedly refused Sanchez's advances to have intercourse with her but continued the other activities with him when he complied; the woman later spent time with other students without mentioning an incident and later told her mother who reportedly called police later in the morning.[12][13] The woman involved left the university.[17] Sanchez was required to take a rape awareness class at USC.[18] USC reinstated Sanchez but he remained subject to team-related discipline for underage drinking and using fake identification on the night he was arrested.[15] Sanchez had been previously detained but not arrested by USC's Department of Public Safety for allegedly breaking a window at a fraternity party. Prosecuters were not allowed to use Sanchez's record of high school activities of a similar nature in pursuing cases against him.[14]


I know you guys are gunna blast me saying it's not funny, but to have two, not one, but two QB's on the team with similar issues in college. funny.

Colt Brennan from Wiki.....

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On January 28, 2004, Brennan entered the dorm room of a female UC student, uninvited, and, according to the victim, "exposed himself and fondled her',"[5] a charge which Brennan denied.[6] Brennan, who was intoxicated at the time of the incident, was arrested and eventually convicted of charges of felony burglary and trespassing[7] (serving one week in jail along with probation until he graduated from college), but a guilty verdict for unlawful sexual contact was vacated by the court for lack of evidence.[1] After the incident, which was caught up in the middle of the time when UC was flooded with other accusations of sex crimes and revelations of wild recruiting parties involving Colorado football players, he was kicked off the team
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No, I don't think that shit is funny. Saw athletes get away w/ all kinds of terrible stuff in college when the athletic director/staff got involved...
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