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Old 01-22-2006, 09:49 PM   #31
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Re: Gibbs to give up playcalling

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is green really older than brunell ?
Trent Green was born in 1970, so he's 35.
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Old 01-22-2006, 10:09 PM   #32
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Re: Gibbs to give up playcalling

Green was born 7/9/70

Brunell was born 9/17/70

So yes, Green is a tiny bit older.
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Old 01-22-2006, 11:26 PM   #33
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Green was born 7/9/70

Brunell was born 9/17/70

So yes, Green is a tiny bit older.
I think the difference between the two in terms of age, is that Brunell is starting to get football old (dont get me wrong, I still think he can get the job done), and Trent Green is just starting to get football old. Brunell has been a start in the leauge since 1995, and taken teams deep into the playoffs and really taken a toll on his body, where as Green really just became a every year in and year out starter in 2001.
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Old 01-22-2006, 11:46 PM   #34
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Re: Gibbs to give up playcalling

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yea, and they need to sign edgerrin james this year because they franchised him last year.

whats the average salary of the top 5 wr ? does anyone know ?

3.56 M. per Year. According to NFL.com
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Old 01-23-2006, 02:14 AM   #35
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Re: Gibbs to give up playcalling

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Trent Green is actually older than Brunell if you can believe it, Saunders doesn't seem to have a problem with old assed QB's.
But Trent Green has a real arm!!!!
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But Trent Green has a real arm!!!!
Do you forget our win in wk2 in Dallas?

Who's got an arm? Mark Brunell. He's smart, accurate and he used to throwing alot. The biggest advancement will be in the running game. By Saunders being overtly aggressive we'll see Portis make the Pro Bowl. Let's just hope we can move into the playoffs again next season. Killed me today to see the Panthers roll over for the Seahawks. Bet if we were playing either team today we win! Shouldacouldwoulda. Gotta hand it to those PC Seattle fans. Shit was loud. We gotta bring it next season at home. LOUDER than LOUD!!!
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Old 01-23-2006, 05:08 AM   #37
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i like the idea of someone else calling the plays for the simple reason that without having the responsibilty of managing a game,the co ordinator can be alot more aggresive in play calling.alot of times last year,if the defense was on the field alot the skins would run the ball just to give them a blow.
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Old 01-23-2006, 08:16 AM   #38
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Re: Gibbs to give up playcalling

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yea, and they need to sign edgerrin james this year because they franchised him last year.

whats the average salary of the top 5 wr ? does anyone know ?
probably 7-8mill minimum... heard 4mill, that's surprising though... moss and moulds each make over 7, but moulds will be released and i guess no one else is in their big payoff years in 2006...
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Old 01-23-2006, 08:18 AM   #39
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How will the offensive linemen feel about the Saunders philosophey? They seemed to be doing well before the Thomas injury with the smash mouth approach.
any OL should be thrilled, saunders likes to run and he's had very very good running games.
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I think the difference between the two in terms of age, is that Brunell is starting to get football old (dont get me wrong, I still think he can get the job done), and Trent Green is just starting to get football old. Brunell has been a start in the leauge since 1995, and taken teams deep into the playoffs and really taken a toll on his body, where as Green really just became a every year in and year out starter in 2001.
That does make sense. Green spent a good amount of time on the bench - which probably made him the quarterback that he is today. Gee.....imagine that! A quarterback who spent time on the bench becomes a pro bowler!
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But Trent Green has a real arm!!!!
He's very accurate but he's never been known for having a great arm.
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Old 01-23-2006, 09:47 AM   #42
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Re: Gibbs to give up playcalling

Can anyone confirm that Dan Henning called the plays back in the 80s? I've done a google search on this and have found nothing. I think I recall hearing John Riggins saying this on George Michael's show, but I'm looking for independent verification.
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Re: Gibbs to give up playcalling

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Can anyone confirm that Dan Henning called the plays back in the 80s? I've done a google search on this and have found nothing. I think I recall hearing John Riggins saying this on George Michael's show, but I'm looking for independent verification.
Yes, I can confirm it. Google 'Paintrains memory' and you should find it because I remember it.
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Old 01-23-2006, 01:07 PM   #44
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Joe Walton was our coordiantor for our recoed breaking season, Joey T. has said he felt he was the best coordinator he ever had.
You're half right. Joey T. did call him the best, but he wasn't the coordinator during our record breaking season.

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/04174/335774.stm

To this day, Joe Theismann, who played for Walton with the Redskins, will tell you there might not be a better offensive mind in the game.

http://northeastconference.org/Sport..._joewalton.asp

Walton had his most recent NFL duty in 1990-91, when he served two years as Chuck Nollís offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers. When Noll retired in 1991, a new staff came aboard, and Walton went into the moving business. From 1983-89, he headed the Jets. Also among his years in the NFL were two seasons as the Jetsí offensive coordinator (1981-82), seven with the Washington Redskins (offensive coordinator 1978-80; running backs 1974-77) and five with the New York Giants (wide receivers 1969-73).
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Re: Gibbs to give up playcalling

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Can anyone confirm that Dan Henning called the plays back in the 80s? I've done a google search on this and have found nothing. I think I recall hearing John Riggins saying this on George Michael's show, but I'm looking for independent verification.
Yes, I remember very clearly this being a very public fact that was especially talked about after Henning left the second time for a head coaching position (1987 I think). Henning had two stints with the Redskins as OC (in between HC gigs) and called plays most of that time.
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