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jordanz301 03-24-2005 05:38 PM

nfl network
 
i jst watched nfl network and according to solomom wilcox were fine with rod gardner.....also according to him santana trade was a bust........tell me what u think about all of this especially da gardner part

RedskinRat 03-24-2005 05:49 PM

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Bit early to call a trade a bust...... :mad:

jordanz301 03-24-2005 05:55 PM

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lemme reword it he didnt say it was a bust he said it was a bad move nd not close to a upgrade

wolfeskins 03-24-2005 05:55 PM

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[QUOTE=RedskinRat]Bit early to call a trade a bust...... :mad:





agree with you, i do.

Yellow31 03-24-2005 06:04 PM

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According to him the skins would have been fine with 2 players --coles and gardner who didn't want to be there. This is why he is an analyst and not a coach or personnel guy. To me those are just STUPID statements because they have nothing to talk about on the NFL network so lets make some stuff up.

skinsguy 03-24-2005 06:42 PM

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I watched the samething on the NFL Network and they haven't taken into consideration all the facts. If both Moss and Coles were 100%, ability wise I would take Coles because I think he is an all around better receiver, however, you have to add into the fact of him not wanting to be in Washington and also Coles not being 100%. Still, it's way too early to state it was a bad move.....

RedskinRat 03-24-2005 07:27 PM

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Anyone else remember how bad a move we made with Darryl Gardner?

It just seems to me that the media want the Redskins to lose.

TheMalcolmConnection 03-24-2005 07:47 PM

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They'll be the first ones to be like, "We believed in Gibbs all along!" too.

Daseal 03-24-2005 11:21 PM

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Malcolm - I've heard very few people say Gibbs can't do it. I've heard a lot more say it will take him time. Which, though we hoped wouldn't be the case, is what he needs. I just hope with a full offseason and a new voice in his ear the offense can change a bit.

SmootSmack 03-24-2005 11:23 PM

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But there have been those, like Bradshaw, who have said he should have never come back

Daseal 03-24-2005 11:30 PM

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You named one person, and were you watching that? See how long it took for Bradshaw to say that? I think it was more for effect than anything. Don't get me wrong, announcers change allegiance with the blow of a wind - but I haven't heard many say that he can't do it. That's a little early the first year back, the 2nd I can understand, the 3rd I can definitely see. If there's little to no improvement.

Redskins8588 03-25-2005 01:57 AM

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Solomom Wilcox is a dork and so is the other three monkeys that are on that Playbook show. At the end of the show they each give out an "attaboy" award, and on the one show they gave one to Brian Urlactater for the play where he ran down Portis and nearly ripped his head off with the face mask.

I am not an expert on anything but dont you think that is the wrong message to send out to young kids that could be watching the show? I mean they basicly praised the guy for commiting a very serious penalty, now thats the way to show young viewers how to play the linebacker position!!!

FRPLG 03-25-2005 08:26 AM

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I'd love to know what some these analysts would have done with the Coles situation? A lot of them are quick to criticize but have no realistic alternative solutions to offer. Guess that's why they are analysts and not coaches and GMs. I have quit listening to them about stuff like this. I will listen to specific player discussion because that is stuff I don't know but when it comes to management, team building and things of that nature most them are clueless. That's why guys like Mortenson of ESPN are valuable. He seems to at least listen to the league GMs and coaches and his opinions reflect what they say not what his unknowing eyes tell him. Usually.

Notice how this time of year Mortensen basically says nothing. He doesn't have any articles up recently and is never on ESPN. Its because this is the time of year for rampant speculation which isn't his business and ridiculous chatter.

FRPLG 03-25-2005 08:30 AM

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[QUOTE=Redskins8588]I am not an expert on anything but dont you think that is the wrong message to send out to young kids that could be watching the show? I mean they basicly praised the guy for commiting a very serious penalty, now thats the way to show young viewers how to play the linebacker position!!![/QUOTE]
No kidding. I can't believe the NFL even let them do that with the way they stringently control the content and messages on that network. What an embarassment that group is if this really happened.

TheMalcolmConnection 03-25-2005 08:36 AM

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[QUOTE=Daseal]Malcolm - I've heard very few people say Gibbs can't do it. I've heard a lot more say it will take him time. Which, though we hoped wouldn't be the case, is what he needs. I just hope with a full offseason and a new voice in his ear the offense can change a bit.[/QUOTE]

Definitely. I was really all about the hire of Musgrave. I was reading more about it and he has been the coach behind a lot of great quarterbacks. I know everyone was afraid that he would "change" the offense. He is quarterback coach and I think he will be great for Ramsey.


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