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backrow 06-06-2010 11:21 PM

Scouting Other NFC East Teams - 2010
 
Are there other Warpath "Scouts" who have been checking up on our NFCE rivals? Good B&G clad Redskins know their enemy! The more knowledge the better. Why NFCE? Because we need to win the majority of our games against our division in order to win the division. I don't need to remind Warpathers about our record!

One request: Keep reports brief to no more than paragraph length.

[B]W A R N I N G[/B]! Stay low and hidden when scouting! After all, we want the report, not a report of you're having been scalped!

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warpaint 06-07-2010 01:06 AM

Re: Scouting Other NFC East Teams - 2010
 
I like where your heads at Backrow observe and watch and stay silent.

I got one question are you asking if we are going to there workouts or just keeping tabs on there offseason however we can via online chat rooms or so?

warpaint 06-07-2010 02:05 AM

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I know they have issues with the LT and at Safty. They have CB with a broken pinky will be back by the Training Camp(TC).

WR is going to be intresting IMO their pinning all their hopes on D.Bryant which he will not be the next Moss trust me. Roy.W has not and will not improve. M.Austin is solid. Crayton is being treated like a red headed step child, he had more yards with less catches than RW and he wants out but might get cut because of his contract. I really want Crayton to be released this will hurt the team more than JJ's pocket.

JJ is raving all about Felix's improvment catching passes so it looks like he might be getting a whole lot of passes this year. He wont be a threat.

It sounds like Spears is being shopped around which is a good thing. That move will weaken their D.

tryfuhl 06-07-2010 02:18 AM

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Almost got caught, didn't stay low enough. Send me enough money to make it back to Dallas and I'll attempt it again.

warpaint 06-07-2010 02:22 AM

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[quote=tryfuhl;705100]Almost got caught, didn't stay low enough. Send me enough money to make it back to Dallas and I'll attempt it again.[/quote]

Dude you got to stay in the BACKROW they can smell someone who showers next time rubb cowshit on you, you'll blend in just nice.

sandtrapjack 06-07-2010 07:16 AM

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[quote=warpaint;705099]I know they have issues with the LT and at Safty. They have CB with a broken pinky will be back by the Training Camp(TC).[/quote]
Issues at LT? If Flozell is THAT good, how come he remains unsigned? I figured with the work that the Redskins line needs, DS would have jumped on Adams like white on rice once he was released. Only concern at safety is the depth.
[quote=warpaint;705099]WR is going to be intresting IMO their pinning all their hopes on D.Bryant which he will not be the next Moss trust me. Roy.W has not and will not improve. M.Austin is solid. Crayton is being treated like a red headed step child, he had more yards with less catches than RW and he wants out but might get cut because of his contract. I really want Crayton to be released this will hurt the team more than JJ's pocket.[/quote]Once again common sense takes a vacation. Pinning ALL their hopes? Really? Dallas had the #2 offense in the NFL last season. Romo threw for a career high in yards and rating. They did all of that with the receivers they have on the roster, before Bryant was drafted and even with Williams having a bust year. So the addition of Bryant only makes them deeper at that position. I assure you there are many teams that WISHED they had a Patrick Crayton problem. A WR with his production at #3 on the depth chart? That is a good problem to have.
[quote=warpaint;705099]JJ is raving all about Felix's improvement catching passes so it looks like he might be getting a whole lot of passes this year. He wont be a threat.[/quote]
Felix Jones NOT a threat? Name 3 other players in the league at that position with his speed that are a threat to take it to the house every time they touch the ball? Chris Johnson comes to mind, but that is about it.
[quote=warpaint;705099]It sounds like Spears is being shopped around which is a good thing. That move will weaken their D.[/quote]
Spears was shopped last season, and this season. Again, good quality depth at a position allows teams to shop certain players for draft picks. Spears is not going anywhere. They shopped Crayton and Hurd as well. Again because of the depth they have at certain positions.

You could easily replace Spears name with Haynesworth in that statement.

backrow 06-07-2010 07:44 AM

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[quote=sandtrapjack;705103]Issues?
[/quote]


I'm glad we got you "Trapped"!

Tryful, I've got 93 Cents left from my Dollar Value Menu Purchase. Will that help? Try a Dallas online paper, or a radio/TV show download. Then summarize it.

CRedskinsRule 06-07-2010 08:05 AM

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[quote=sandtrapjack;705103]Issues at LT? If Flozell is THAT good, how come he remains unsigned? I figured with the work that the Redskins line needs, DS would have jumped on Adams like white on rice once he was released. Only concern at safety is the depth.
Once again common sense takes a vacation. Pinning ALL their hopes? Really? Dallas had the #2 offense in the NFL last season. Romo threw for a career high in yards and rating. They did all of that with the receivers they have on the roster, before Bryant was drafted and even with Williams having a bust year. So the addition of Bryant only makes them deeper at that position. I assure you there are many teams that WISHED they had a Patrick Crayton problem. A WR with his production at #3 on the depth chart? That is a good problem to have.

Felix Jones NOT a threat? Name 3 other players in the league at that position with his speed that are a threat to take it to the house every time they touch the ball? Chris Johnson comes to mind, but that is about it.

Spears was shopped last season, and this season. Again, good quality depth at a position allows teams to shop certain players for draft picks. Spears is not going anywhere. They shopped Crayton and Hurd as well. Again because of the depth they have at certain positions.

You could easily replace Spears name with Haynesworth in that statement.[/quote]

Personally I like when Cowboy fans get cocky, it makes it that much more fun when their season comes crashing down.

johno 06-07-2010 08:50 AM

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[quote=sandtrapjack;705103]

Felix Jones NOT a threat? Name 3 other players in the league at that position with his speed that are a threat to take it to the house every time they touch the ball? Chris Johnson comes to mind, but that is about it.

[/quote]

AP, Jones-Drew, Chris Johnson, Frank Gore, Jamaal Charles. There's 5.

backrow 06-07-2010 09:13 AM

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[quote=johno;705107]AP, Jones-Drew, Chris Johnson, Frank Gore, Jamaal Charles. There's 5.[/quote]

CP, Fast Willie Parker, that's 7! D. Sproles, that's 8!

backrow 06-07-2010 09:16 AM

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[quote=warpaint;705097]I like where your heads at Backrow observe and watch and stay silent.

I got one question are you asking if we [B]are going to there workouts or just keeping tabs on there offseason however we can via online chat rooms or so[/B]?[/quote]

However you can get it, but you might try plain clothes, like a detective. In your case, not neccessarily unique to Texas, you might try boots, jeans and subtle plaid cotton burgandy and gold shirts with sleeves rolled. Maybe a dirty old hat.

freddyg12 06-07-2010 09:37 AM

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[quote=sandtrapjack;705103]Issues at LT? If Flozell is THAT good, how come he remains unsigned? I figured with the work that the Redskins line needs, DS would have jumped on Adams like white on rice once he was released. Only concern at safety is the depth.
Once again common sense takes a vacation. Pinning ALL their hopes? Really? Dallas had the #2 offense in the NFL last season. Romo threw for a career high in yards and rating. They did all of that with the receivers they have on the roster, before Bryant was drafted and even with Williams having a bust year. So the addition of Bryant only makes them deeper at that position. I assure you there are many teams that WISHED they had a Patrick Crayton problem. A WR with his production at #3 on the depth chart? That is a good problem to have.

Felix Jones NOT a threat? Name 3 other players in the league at that position with his speed that are a threat to take it to the house every time they touch the ball? Chris Johnson comes to mind, but that is about it.

Spears was shopped last season, and this season. Again, good quality depth at a position allows teams to shop certain players for draft picks. Spears is not going anywhere. They shopped Crayton and Hurd as well. Again because of the depth they have at certain positions.

You could easily replace Spears name with Haynesworth in that statement.[/quote]

I very much agree w/you on everything sandtrap, except for LT. I'm not saying Adams is that good at this point of his career, though he really was a very solid LT for years despite his penalties. The point warpath was making I think is that Free isn't that battle tested & we'll have to see how he does over the course of a season. They must think Free is the man though.

I thought the release of Adams was a little surprising due to the lack of investment in his position. I've been shocked the past few years that your boys haven't used higher picks on the o line, because they've had a ton of picks & they have good depth everywhere else. I wondered on a couple of draft days if JJ was taking Vinny's advice!

Slingin Sammy 33 06-07-2010 10:14 AM

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[quote=backrow;705109]CP, Fast Willie Parker, that's 7! D. Sproles, that's 8![/quote]Ray Rice, Reggie Bush, DeAngelo Williams, that's 11.

Monkeydad 06-07-2010 12:28 PM

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[quote=backrow;705093][B]W A R N I N G[/B]! Stay low and hidden when scouting! After all, we want the report, not a report of you're having been scalped!

[/quote]

We do the scalping.

Eagles fans will just throw snowballs and projectile vomit. Giants fans will threaten to send a pack of harmless guidos to your home. Cowboys fans...yeah, you should watch out for the Brokeback gang.



Great thread idea...love hearing about the infighting and panic from our rivals' fans.

Monkeydad 06-07-2010 12:30 PM

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[quote=CRedskinsRule;705105]Personally I like when Cowboy fans get cocky, it makes it that much more fun when their season comes crashing down.[/quote]

Every preseason:

Dallas will be 13-3, win the SB!

Every postseason:

*chirp chirp*
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