- - we resgin Ohalete
|jasonskin ||05-12-2004 07:00 PM |
we resgin Ohalete
We just resign Ifeanyi Ohalete and he said he wii not give up his number 26
|RedskinRat ||05-12-2004 07:04 PM |
Fight! Fight Fight!
|Redskins8588 ||05-12-2004 07:36 PM |
Do you have a link? I couldn't find anything anywhere on the net
|Sheriff Gonna Getcha ||05-12-2004 09:15 PM |
I just posted the article re: the re-signing of Ohalete.
I'm glad we re-signed him, but for how long and how much? Does anyone know?
|hank64 ||05-12-2004 10:20 PM |
Set up the steel cage! Maybe we can get a fatal three-way between Ohalete, Portis, and Sean Taylor for #26. :smashfrea
|SKINSnCANES ||05-12-2004 10:27 PM |
Taylor doesnt care, hes got his 36 and is happy. Portis wants his number though.
|Daseal ||05-12-2004 10:54 PM |
Maybe Portis should have done what Eli Manning did. He sent the kicker (or punter) for the Giants and his family on an all expenses paid trip to a destination of the players choosing.
In exchange for #10!
|jrocx69 ||05-12-2004 11:09 PM |
|Carnage ||05-13-2004 02:07 AM |
I'm not sold on Bowen yet, he took some funny angles last season.
|Sheriff Gonna Getcha ||05-13-2004 06:34 AM |
I do remember one time Bowen took a bad angle on a a guy. It was Miami's 1st play from scrimmage and Brian Griese hit (?) on an 80 yard TD pass. Bowen took the wrong angle and missed him, resulting in the TD.
Other than that, it wasn't so much that I saw Bowen take bad angles, it was that he was nowhere near the ball.
I like speed and all, but vision is more important. Ohalete should start opposite Taylor.
|joethiesmanfan ||05-13-2004 07:49 AM |
Ramseyfan I agree with you. (In an open competition if Bowen wins then so be it) but I think that Ohalette and Taylor should start with Bowen coming off the bench in certain situations. He does not seem to tackle any better than Ohalette (in game situations that is). and don't forget the Keyshawn Johnson bomb, how you let slow Keyshawn out run you? Imagine what would happen if Bowen wound up on T.O.? atleast Ohalette could run with him. Plus i like the way Ohalette returns picks. Also, we can't go out and get free agents for every position all the time, Ohalette has been developed by the Redskins (good for the cap).
|celts32 ||05-13-2004 10:32 AM |
Whoever wins it wins it. No reason to give away jobs in May. I personally think Ohalette has been more of a playmaker than Bowen but this will work itself out in camp.
I have a feeling in Bowen we paid starter money for a decent backup type player.
|Hogskin ||05-13-2004 12:51 PM |
I watched all Redskin games start to finish and only recall one play where Bowen took a bad angle. The guy is an excellent hitter and sure tackler - just what you need that position. Don't fire him for one mistake...
Bowen and Ohalete are both average safeties with room for improvement, should be an interesting camp battle to keep an eye on.
|Defensewins ||05-13-2004 04:18 PM |
I also like Ohalete (slightly) more than Bowen. I think Ohalete had a interception return for a TD? It might have helped win a game?
They are both going to be better this year with better/professional coaching and schemes. Plus last year was a great learning experience for both of them.
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