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Old 02-06-2006, 08:17 PM   #31
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Re: Just how far are the Skins behind the top teams in the NFL?

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The Redskins can learn something from the success of the Steelers this year and last: Start your young, big quarterback (J. Campbell, not P. Ramsey) and let him develop his skills on the field. If he has the talent your scouts think he has, he'll carry you deep into the playoffs and perhaps to the Super Bowl.

the biggest thing they can learn is , if you make it to the superbowl, bring your own refs. pitt. surely had their own set of refs last night.
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Old 02-06-2006, 08:19 PM   #32
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Re: Just how far are the Skins behind the top teams in the NFL?

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The Redskins can learn something from the success of the Steelers this year and last: Start your young, big quarterback (J. Campbell, not P. Ramsey) and let him develop his skills on the field. If he has the talent your scouts think he has, he'll carry you deep into the playoffs and perhaps to the Super Bowl.
or they could implode like the 2005 bills, remember in 2004 the bills finished 9-7, one win away from making the playoffs, then in 2005 they handed the reins over to their second year quarterback j.p. losman. Their defense dropped from being #2 in 2004 to almost dead last in 2005. The same thing could happen to us if Jason Campbell isn't ready.
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Old 02-06-2006, 10:07 PM   #33
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Re: Just how far are the Skins behind the top teams in the NFL?

we need an OL that can block for a long TD
a wr who can pass to another wr
and mark brunnel to get there

we already have a strong D
just like pitts
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Old 02-07-2006, 02:51 AM   #34
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Think about that game Brunell has number like he did against Tampa and Roeth has numbers like he didi yesterday. Thay have a combine rating of around 50.LOL
roth ran for a TD, but that doesn't count in his rating.
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DE (keep wynn, he's the new DT we need then), WR, CB
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