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Old 01-05-2011, 07:22 PM   #331
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Orton will be traded. It's Tebow's team and Orton is the odd man out. But, I am sure Denver will keep its 1st pick and go QB, especially since they have reincarnated Elway to their front office.
Except McDaniels is not in Denver anymore. So soon we'll find out if it was him or the FO that insisted upon Tebow so early.
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Old 01-05-2011, 07:46 PM   #332
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Barry Sanders Jr said that in recruitment talks with Alabama said that Saban told him that Mark Ingram would be declaring sometime towards the end of this week
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Barry Sanders Jr said that in recruitment talks with Alabama said that Saban told him that Mark Ingram would be declaring sometime towards the end of this week
No surprise there. I mean lets look at the facts. Ingram plays a bruising style at a position that has a short lifespan, he's also accomplished everything you can at the Collegiate level, and with his draft status he's guaranteed to make enough money to finish school at a later date. Though ironically his major would seem to indicate that he's already planning on getting a job as an analyst after his football careers over.
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2010 Season Wrap NFC East - NFC East Blog - ESPN

This article says Shanny could look hard at Mallett
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Old 01-05-2011, 09:47 PM   #335
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2010 Season Wrap NFC East - NFC East Blog - ESPN

This article says Shanny could look hard at Mallett
Like Matt Mosley knows what the eff he's talking about. He is undeniably the worst reporter in the WORLD!!!!
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Old 01-05-2011, 10:43 PM   #336
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I think Shanny will look hard at Mallett...and then look elsewhere.
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I think Shanny will look hard at Mallett...and then look elsewhere.
Smoke and mirrors...
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Old 01-06-2011, 02:29 AM   #338
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2011 NFL mock draft has four quarterbacks in top 10 - Andrew Perloff - SI.com

^Sports Illustrated has us picking Cam Newton....... IDK if you would consider Jake Plummer mobile?
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Like Matt Mosley knows what the eff he's talking about. He is undeniably the worst reporter in the WORLD!!!!
I thought it was a pretty accurate assessment. His overall assessment that Shanahan couldn't make much progress & that he added to the drama at Redskin Park is spot on IMO. I'm not saying Shan. is to blame for all of it, but for various reasons McNabb & AH became the story of the team rather than its play on the field. Shan. does deserve some blame for that. The only thing I would've added is that in fairness to Shan. & Allen, changing this team is a big task & if nothing else this year proved that it couldn't be done quickly, but not due to lack of effort on thier part. They definitely set the tone & made some changes.

His point about things going downhill after the detroit game was pretty much on as well. And the 3-4 defense transition, but that's been obvious to all of us.
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I thought it was a pretty accurate assessment. His overall assessment that Shanahan couldn't make much progress & that he added to the drama at Redskin Park is spot on IMO. I'm not saying Shan. is to blame for all of it, but for various reasons McNabb & AH became the story of the team rather than its play on the field. Shan. does deserve some blame for that. The only thing I would've added is that in fairness to Shan. & Allen, changing this team is a big task & if nothing else this year proved that it couldn't be done quickly, but not due to lack of effort on thier part. They definitely set the tone & made some changes.

His point about things going downhill after the detroit game was pretty much on as well. And the 3-4 defense transition, but that's been obvious to all of us.
Yeah this wasn't terrible but if you read Mosley's NFC East Blog with any regularity you will find he is a MAJOR Cowboys homer and his material is 50-75% Cowboys stuff. Then he probably does Eagles second most, followed by the Redskins and a occasional piece on the Giants.

Almost always you will find his posts rehashings of other peoples articles that he just posts links to. He does not write his own stuff a whole lot. I just don't care for him at all. I think a chimpanzee could do about as good a job as him.
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2011 NFL mock draft has four quarterbacks in top 10 - Andrew Perloff - SI.com

^Sports Illustrated has us picking Cam Newton....... IDK if you would consider Jake Plummer mobile?
Yes, especially early in his career Plummer was very mobile.

My 2 cents:
we won't draft Mallett because he doesn't have Shanny mobility
we won't draft Newton because he lacks a Shanny arm
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I thought it was a pretty accurate assessment. His overall assessment that Shanahan couldn't make much progress & that he added to the drama at Redskin Park is spot on IMO. I'm not saying Shan. is to blame for all of it, but for various reasons McNabb & AH became the story of the team rather than its play on the field. Shan. does deserve some blame for that. The only thing I would've added is that in fairness to Shan. & Allen, changing this team is a big task & if nothing else this year proved that it couldn't be done quickly, but not due to lack of effort on thier part. They definitely set the tone & made some changes.

His point about things going downhill after the detroit game was pretty much on as well. And the 3-4 defense transition, but that's been obvious to all of us.
I love the fact people want to point fingers and place blame. Lets take a look at how the players felt in regards to how everything was handled....

Fredericksburg.com - A new tone--if not new results - page 1 FLS

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Old 01-06-2011, 02:27 PM   #343
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I think it's safe to say the media's perception and the internal perception from the players are night and day.
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Here's just one point of view...

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Shanahan's insistence on treating each player the same and playing the best players, regardless of contract or name, was widely embraced inside a locker room that was eager to change a structure that resulted in years of losing.

"The past few years, you had players cussing out the head coach, players doing whatever they wanted to do," Sellers said. "Now that doesn't happen anymore. There's no more prima donnas on the team. We're all just individuals trying to get one goal, and that's to win. It's a nice feeling to have."
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I love the fact people want to point fingers and place blame. Lets take a look at how the players felt in regards to how everything was handled....

Fredericksburg.com - A new tone--if not new results - page 1 FLS

Nice article.
Good quote that I think shines some new light:

"I wish I would have handled the one in Detroit a little bit differently," Shanahan admitted on Monday. "I should have been a little bit more honest than I was. Sometimes you do things to protect players and at the same time you're actually hurting them."
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