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Trample the Elderly 10-22-2009 01:51 AM

Re: Where Do You Place the Blame for our Personnel Woes? (Reference to Sally Jenkin's Latest)
 
[quote=SouperMeister;613764]Don't let Gibbs completely off the hook. He traded a 3 and a 4 for B. Lloyd, and another 3 and a 4 for Duckett. That is essentially 4 wasted draft picks that could have been used for O-line depth. Also recall that Archuletta was signed under Gibbs' watch - perhaps THE WORST FA signing in the history of the franchise.[/quote]

Who brought in Kendall and Raback?

SouperMeister 10-22-2009 03:14 AM

Re: Where Do You Place the Blame for our Personnel Woes? (Reference to Sally Jenkin's Latest)
 
[quote=Trample the Elderly;613769]Who brought in Kendall and Raback?[/quote]I can understand your argument for Rabach contributing to longer term depth on the OL, but Kendall? The guy was mid 30's when we acquired him.

narciso88 10-22-2009 03:54 AM

Re: Where Do You Place the Blame for our Personnel Woes? (Reference to Sally Jenkin's Latest)
 
guys its time to stop pointing fingers, the progress of an organization doesn't depend on one or two persons alone, it needs a whole team GL

BrunellMVP? 10-22-2009 11:39 AM

Re: Where Do You Place the Blame for our Personnel Woes? (Reference to Sally Jenkin's Latest)
 
[quote=SFREDSKIN;613479]I'm sick and tired of people bitching about Gibbs II. He came in and did what he could with what he had, he inherited a mess and wanted a quick turn around (I'm sure at Danny's request) which led to some questionable moves. Redskins fans as usual "very impatient" wanted to see quick results and that's the end result. People can't deny that Gibbs II was still the most successful period of the Snyder years.[/quote]

Gibbs 2.0 was out of his element as a coach. Yes we love him, and yes he was better than anything we've seen in a long time, but he wasn't ready to handle the modern NFL. To say otherwise seems to be out of touch. We all revere Joe, but 2.0 was not a stunning success.


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