|JWsleep ||03-09-2004 01:39 PM |
Somebody out there agrees with us.
Somebody out there agrees with us! Check out the instant poll on SI.com. Portis is voted the player that will have the biggest impact on his team next year.
[URL=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/]SI Instant Poll, March 9th[/URL]
|cpayne5 ||03-09-2004 02:21 PM |
That's not really something that you can argue with. Portis will be a huge improvement.
|Daseal ||03-09-2004 06:07 PM |
Portis is a beast, and I think a lot of people are severly underestimating our O Line. We have a ton of talent and the man that will get every ounce of talent out of it!
|azskinsfan2 ||03-09-2004 09:30 PM |
Did you see the size of Portis' neck at that news conference?? It looks bigger than my friggin legs (and they're not small). This guy should be an animal for the skins!!! I'm sure looking forward to this season!!!
|Spearhead ||03-09-2004 11:19 PM |
Pastabelly's really the only major critic of what the skins have done this offseason. And after his last couple of articles I'm ready to write his fatass off entirely. Most of the big polls I've seen show the skins as "most improved" Kornheiser, Clayton, even Rome are hailing the return of the King, and the bold moves he's made.
The crit that Snyder's been trying to "buy" a Super Bowl since becoming owner is a widespread one, and not baseless, but still- owners who behave the same way and win are just called "aggressive" or "winners" And the salary cap nightmares he likes to wish on the Redskins will never live up to his predictions. The cap increases, the cap can be managed. But ol Pastabelly sounds like he's praying for a failure b/c Snyder won't let his buddy Vinnie pick the starters.
Personally, I like to imagine him shut-in at home, in a mumu, poking at his keyboard from the couch with a stick. Call me hateful.
|Ghost ||03-09-2004 11:46 PM |
This is a no-brainer. All the pundits who said the Skins got ripped off will either eat their words or deny they said them. I believe Portis is going to rip the NFC East apart. We've never seen a RB of this caliber in a Redskins uniform, and that's saying something.
|itvnetop ||03-10-2004 12:52 AM |
can anyone remember the last time there's been a redskin who you can draft in the first three rounds of fantasy football?
i'd say davis maybe three or four years ago... portis is a lock for my number one every year from now on!
|skinsfanthru&thru ||03-10-2004 01:25 AM |
[QUOTE=itvnetop]can anyone remember the last time there's been a redskin who you can draft in the first three rounds of fantasy football?
i'd say davis maybe three or four years ago... portis is a lock for my number one every year from now on![/QUOTE]
coles last year
|backrow ||03-10-2004 08:32 AM |
A few short years ago it was Stephen Davis, late in the first round, last year, someone got P. Ramsey.
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