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View Poll Results: Is TO Worth It for a Super Bowl-presented by dmek25
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Old 02-01-2006, 07:05 PM   #46
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maybe.. wilbon thinks it will be randle el.. i would prefer moulds
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Old 02-01-2006, 07:07 PM   #47
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let him go to dallas. no way keyshawn stays. they release keyshawn and there is our possession receiver for next year
The Keyshawn movement is steadily gaining momentum...DEVELOPING
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Old 02-01-2006, 07:07 PM   #48
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first thing we will be saying... he is an a-hole, but he is our a-hole.. then we willbe just saying he is an a-hole
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Old 02-01-2006, 07:09 PM   #49
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The Keyshawn movement is steadily gaining momentum...DEVELOPING
i like keyshawn. he will do all the dirty work to move the chains. plus, he had something like 1 or 2 fumbles his entire career. he is a team player despite his hysterics
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i think t.o. would put us as favorites next year, and i also think it would be a better fit in dc. because we have the players who would speak up and get in his face if he acts up, which he will. just think.....who could stop us?????????/

To be honest, if we can retain our team, I already think we could be the favorites, at least highly considered.

I'm not going to judge this TO thing until somthing more concrete comes out.
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Old 02-01-2006, 07:20 PM   #51
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i like keyshawn. he will do all the dirty work to move the chains. plus, he had something like 1 or 2 fumbles his entire career. he is a team player despite his hysterics
When things are going well he is, but why did the Bucs boot him from the team much the same way that the Eagles booted TO?

My most recent memory of Key is him berating the Cowboys kicker for missing a field goal against the Redskins at FedEx. A kick which would not have been necessary had Keyshawn caught the previous pass on 3rd down.

And he's not young. He's older than Moulds, who's older than Owens, who's older than Jurevicius (I still can't believe that. I thought JJ was pushing 40)
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When things are going well he is, but why did the Bucs boot him from the team much the same way that the Eagles booted TO?

My most recent memory of Key is him berating the Cowboys kicker for missing a field goal against the Redskins at FedEx. A kick which would not have been necessary had Keyshawn caught the previous pass on 3rd down.

And he's not young. He's older than Moulds, who's older than Owens, who's older than Jurevicius (I still can't believe that. I thought JJ was pushing 40)
I believe they would have still been short of the first and the pass was uncatchable anyways. I could be wrong but I don't think so. Keyshawn is exactly what we need need on the field. All this stuff about character is misinterpreted. Gibbs doesn't want a bunch of Bible thumpers. His definition of character has to do with performance on the field. According to the standards applied by some here, ST would be out the door. Age may well be an issue but it hasn't stopped Gibbs in the past.
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Old 02-01-2006, 07:42 PM   #54
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I believe they would have still been short of the first and the pass was uncatchable anyways. I could be wrong but I don't think so. Keyshawn is exactly what we need need on the field. All this stuff about character is misinterpreted. Gibbs doesn't want a bunch of Bible thumpers. His definition of character has to do with performance on the field. According to the standards applied by some here, ST would be out the door. Age may well be an issue but it hasn't stopped Gibbs in the past.
Let me ask you this then, isn't TO exactly what we need on the field as well, but better? And is TO worse off the field than Key? Or is it that his antics are more recent? And who put the bop in the bop shoo bop shoo bop?
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oh man oh man...

we need a #2 WR not a #1 with some kinda crazy attitude. thats all im saying until this WR thing develops more.
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T.O. although a headache actually can get us over the hump. Him and Santana with portis in the backfield is a match in heaven. Look out in 06 for us to make a major splash.
Somebody with some since......come guys......think, really think,...we bring T.O. in and with a contract full of insentive's....if he faulters, we let him go, but if he cooperate,.....WOW, we will have the deadliest duo in the league.....Yea, he's an asshole, but our leader of the Team....Clinton Portis, said he would work,...whats the worst that could happen.......well I'll tell you:

1. He start that me shit....gone
2. He puts down one person on the team....gone
3. make any comments about the way the coaching staff is running the team...gone
4.But.....He comes in plays well, talk trash on the field....next to Santana Moss doesn't have to be buddies with everyone on the team....and we are a potential SuperBowl Team

I think it can work.....he's talent is undeniable, we really need to look into bring him in
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Old 02-01-2006, 07:50 PM   #57
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Somebody with some since......come guys......think, really think,...we bring T.O. in and with a contract full of insentive's....if he faulters, we let him go, but if he cooperate,.....WOW, we will have the deadliest duo in the league.....Yea, he's an asshole, but our leader of the Team....Clinton Portis, said he would work,...whats the worst that could happen.......well I'll tell you:

1. He start that me shit....gone
2. He puts down one person on the team....gone
3. make any comments about the way the coaching staff is running the team...gone
4.But.....He comes in plays well, talk trash on the field....next to Santana Moss doesn't have to be buddies with everyone on the team....and we are a potential SuperBowl Team

I think it can work.....he's talent is undeniable, we really need to look into bring him in

The question is what are we giving up to take this risk. That's what it comes down to.
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Let me ask you this then, isn't TO exactly what we need on the field as well, but better? And is TO worse off the field than Key? Or is it that his antics are more recent? And who put the bop in the bop shoo bop shoo bop?
You won't hear me say they shouldn't sign T.O. Especially if the cap goes up. I believe T.O.'s discontent in Philly was all about the money. They are a cheapskate, second rate, fly by night outfit. To Terell Owens I say this: You've tried the Motel 6 and the Best Western, move on over to the Waldorf. Become a Redskin and let your freak flag fly.
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Old 02-01-2006, 07:58 PM   #59
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No way I think that the Eagles trade TO to a team in the division, not alone the Redskins who are swinging things in their favor to contend for the division. On the other hand, if they want to get something in return they may. Its, do they want to have something in return for TO, when if they just release him, we may go after him and get him anyway. Plus with Denver and KC possible interested, they may take what ever they give them just to keep him away from the Skins and the Cowboys. It will be interesting to see what happens, because they have to let him go before March 5th, I think to avoid that large roster bonus.
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The question is what are we giving up to take this risk. That's what it comes down to.
#2 this year and and a 3 next year......along with Taylor Jacobs.......I know its alot, but is a Superbowl worth this...
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