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CrustyRedskin 04-07-2010 08:03 AM

Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
I would like to take a little time out from all the hoooplah and thank Jason Campbell for a few things.

1. For closing down TX Stadium(dump) with a Redskin Victory. All though we should have opened up the new dump with one.

2. For being a true class act my man, how you made it through that circus of a season last year speaks volumes of your character. A lesser man (ex.Jeff George) would have made that situation so much worse than what it was. I personally would have mofoíed a player, coach, official, reporter, my dog, all the Shermanís, an old woman, the owner, Vinnie, or anyone close to that mess.

3. For not being a Heath Shuler. (got a feeling the new #5 is gona be a little better)

4. Never complaining about the offense. I lost count of exactly how many coordinators you studied under, but you could probably put together you own offense by now. I think this will do you well where ever you land.

5. For not blowing your ACL on Zornís slip-n-slide.

6. For surviving last year behind that o-line. That in itís self was a true festivus miracle. Thatís the first time I ever saw where a one man rush could get to the quarterback. I thought every time u dropped back it was gona be a screen. (I will give Buges some lovin, cause I thought he did one heck of a job considering).

7. Thanks man, I wish you well.

Longtimefan 04-07-2010 08:21 AM

Re: Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
We've spoken at great length of late about Jason. Is Campbell headed out the door? Campbell will now stay away from Redskin Park. Campbell, it's just totally different than it used to be. The latter is like ringtones for him being different in more ways than one, mainly he's no longer the starting QB, though he may be afforded the opportunity to return.

I'll give Jason his props for the man he is. He obviously loves the game of football, his willingness to endure the torture of last season is a testament. Whatever happens with Jason, I wish him the best....he deserves it.

Mattyk 04-07-2010 08:54 AM

Re: Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
Isn't this a little premature? He's still here, for now.

SolidSnake84 04-07-2010 08:55 AM

Re: Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
I wish him the best too. He was never the answer here, but he was still a classy guy and a good teammate.

Mechanix544 04-07-2010 08:55 AM

Re: Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
so, with hugs and kisses and a cherry on top, BYE? Adios? Vaya con dios? Aurvoir?

can we just trade his ass and move on? I hate all this BS talk like he was one of the redskin greats and we should appreciate him more. Sorry, but just like the guy in the elevator that rips a fruity fart, I dont have a soft spot in my heart for Jason "Stink up Fed Ex Field" Campbell.

I just don't.

murphy196 04-07-2010 09:02 AM

Re: Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
Great character guy, mediocre QB. Good luck on your future endeavors! If he could have executed, maybe he wouldn't have had so many Offensive coordinators. Good Luck and THANK GOD you won't be the starting QB for the Redskins!!

duetsch215 04-07-2010 09:03 AM

Re: Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
yes the true miracle was surviving behind that OL. No QB could ever succeed behind what was the worst OL I've ever seen at the pro level.

drew54 04-07-2010 09:04 AM

Re: Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
I cannot remember a guy who has had so much promise go through that much change year to year as he did. I wish him the best if he is traded, although I fear where ever he goes, (Jacksonville, Carolina, Oakland) are all places to likely end up with a new coach in 12 months.

murphy196 04-07-2010 09:08 AM

Re: Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
Don't let the door hit'cha where the good lord split'cha!

SolidSnake84 04-07-2010 09:10 AM

Re: Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
Honestly, the new regime owed him nothing....no players were owed anything by Shanahan and company....

joethiesmanfan 04-07-2010 09:15 AM

Re: Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
In the end he will compete against sexy Rex for the #2 job. "starter" is the key word. If he is not being offerred a starting position he might as well sign that nice juicy tender. If he beats Rex for backup then there may be interest, he may find a starting opportunity during preseason.

Mechanix544 04-07-2010 09:19 AM

Re: Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
[quote=crustyredskin;684786]i would like to take a little time out from all the hoooplah and thank jason campbell for a few things.

1. For closing down tx stadium(dump) with a redskin victory. All though we should have opened up the new dump with one.

2. For being a true class act my man, how you made it through that circus of a season last year speaks volumes of your character. A lesser man (ex.jeff george) would have made that situation so much worse than what it was. I personally would have mofoíed a player, coach, official, reporter, my dog, all the shermanís, an old woman, the owner, vinnie, or anyone close to that mess.

3. For not being a heath shuler. (got a feeling the new #5 is gona be a little better)

4. Never complaining about the offense. I lost count of exactly how many coordinators you studied under, but you could probably put together you own offense by now. I think this will do you well where ever you land.

5. For not blowing your acl on zornís slip-n-slide.

6. For surviving last year behind that o-line. That in itís self was a true festivus miracle. Thatís the first time i ever saw where a one man rush could get to the quarterback. I thought every time u dropped back it was gona be a screen. (i will give buges some lovin, cause i thought he did one heck of a job considering).

7. Thanks man, i wish you well.[/quote]

i loves me some festivus!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Longtimefan 04-07-2010 09:24 AM

Re: Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
[quote=Mechanix544;684819]so, with hugs and kisses and a cherry on top, BYE? Adios? Vaya con dios? Aurvoir?

can we just trade his ass and move on? I hate all this BS talk like he was one of the redskin greats and we should appreciate him more. Sorry, but just like the guy in the elevator that rips a fruity fart, I dont have a soft spot in my heart for Jason "Stink up Fed Ex Field" Campbell.

I just don't.[/quote]

I don't know how long you've been around but I will say this and I'm out: If you'll take the time to label or characterize every Redskin player that did not live, or play up to your expectations with adjectives that belittle, you have a very long list to complete.

DBUCHANON101 04-07-2010 09:24 AM

Re: Can we please take a time out and show Jason Campbell some respect here?
 
[quote=duetsch215;684822]yes the true miracle was surviving behind that OL. No QB could ever succeed behind what was the worst OL I've ever seen at the pro level.[/quote]

Collins did well behind the same line. the Oline really got bad the past 2 yrs but not G.B or Houston bad. David Carr and Aaron Rodgers are lucky to be alive.


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