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Old 04-28-2006, 08:44 PM   #46
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Re: From a financial standpoint, doesn't Campbell need to play this year?

While Brunell isn't spectacular he got the Job done last year. I'd rather keep him in the lineup then inserting a sophomore who hasn't played a down in the regular season. I mean, if Campbell could win now he would be in there. A playoff contender like the Redskins don't need QB shuffling.

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Old 04-28-2006, 11:00 PM   #47
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Re: From a financial standpoint, doesn't Campbell need to play this year?

Campbell will play in the preseason with the starting lineup and play cleanup. We will see how good he is. Brunell is the starter until old timers disease sets in. Joe would not have taken Jason in the first round unless he was worth it. We did not spend 2 first rounders on Jason. You do play talent over the contract ie Gus over Heath. Riggo was drunk. My wife is on the rag and I can count on not getting laid for one week, and there is only one thing that I do not know. What in the hell is the answer to question 3? Or better yet I don't even remember what question three was.
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Old 04-29-2006, 12:43 AM   #48
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Re: From a financial standpoint, doesn't Campbell need to play this year?

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All Ive ever tried to say is that the kid needs to take the field and compete, and he should be allowed to compete with Brunnell with the first string offense.
Paulskins, who says Campbell isn't competing? You compete in practice. You compete in those exams the coaches give the players before every game. You compete in preseason. This preseason will tell us a lot about where Campbell is. But name his a starter? Oh no, no, no! Would you have made Taylor Jacobs a starter last season because of his draft position?
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Paulskins, who says Campbell isn't competing? You compete in practice. You compete in those exams the coaches give the players before every game. You compete in preseason. This preseason will tell us a lot about where Campbell is. But name his a starter? Oh no, no, no! Would you have made Taylor Jacobs a starter last season because of his draft position?
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Re: From a financial standpoint, doesn't Campbell need to play this year?

Good point, when Brown didnt go to NFL Europe, he stopped competing.
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Re: From a financial standpoint, doesn't Campbell need to play this year?

Salary means nothing to the Redskins.
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Re: From a financial standpoint, doesn't Campbell need to play this year?

Sorry, I had to resurrect this thread because I'm still dying for an answer to TAFKAS's and my question.
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Re: From a financial standpoint, doesn't Campbell need to play this year?

It was good hearing from Gibbs yesterday that Campbell is where we need him to be.
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Sorry, I had to resurrect this thread because I'm still dying for an answer to TAFKAS's and my question.
Sorry for the delay. Now I know this is what's known as circular reasoning, but here's how I see it. We used the No. 25th pick (or was it 22nd?) to select Jason Campbell. That's one first round selection used on selecting him AND we gave up a 2006 1st rounder as well. So by picking Jason Campbell in 2005 we ultimately used a 2005 and a 2006 first round pick. Now I know you will argue that had we not traded with Denver, then we would not have had a 2nd 1st round pick, and you're right. Ultimately, it only (only?) cost us a 1st, 3rd, and 4th. I would have taken Heath Miller with the pick, but that wasn't what the thread was about.
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Sorry for the delay. Now I know this is what's known as circular reasoning, but here's how I see it. We used the No. 25th pick (or was it 22nd?) to select Jason Campbell. That's one first round selection used on selecting him AND we gave up a 2006 1st rounder as well. So by picking Jason Campbell in 2005 we ultimately used a 2005 and a 2006 first round pick. Now I know you will argue that had we not traded with Denver, then we would not have had a 2nd 1st round pick, and you're right. Ultimately, it only (only?) cost us a 1st, 3rd, and 4th. I would have taken Heath Miller with the pick, but that wasn't what the thread was about.
Ok, thank you. I agree, a 1st, 3rd and 4th was too much.......I just didn't understand where the 2 first rounders were coming from.
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