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After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

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View Poll Results: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?
Yes, I am officially worried 5 3.65%
No, but there is cause for concern 40 29.20%
No, it's just the preseason 92 67.15%
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Old 08-14-2006, 05:18 PM   #46
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Re: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

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TMC, if I remember right Wright got fooled on that first flea-flicker as well.
What ?? Your supposed to read/ react?? Learn from mistakes??
Thats crazy talk. What do they call that ......oh defending. He must be hating the lockerroom today. Hes got 3 more weeks before I take his job.
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Old 08-14-2006, 05:21 PM   #47
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TMC, if I remember right Wright got fooled on that first flea-flicker as well.
Actually, that was Doughtry. Wright moved into the #2 corner position and Doughtry was the safety.
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Old 08-14-2006, 05:30 PM   #48
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Actually, that was Doughtry. Wright moved into the #2 corner position and Doughtry was the safety.
Oh God dont get me started on that P.O.S. Too Late. They made the worst tandem last nite. Bum ass KennyW losing coverage and trusting in Tweedle Dee back there in Reed. At least this is good evaluation, if they werent picked on or out there maybe this F-up performance will prevent their responsibilty in the future when it matters.

Reed- Bum ass dude. Without speed you cant sit and watch stay ahead of the play. Rule number to being a safety is keep everyone in front of you. He had 1 guy to worry about and you know what happened. He's not a safety the title implies meaning he is a "Liability"
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Old 08-14-2006, 05:44 PM   #49
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Re: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

This loss hasn't changed my outlook on the season, but if Portis is out for a longer time than expected, or if his play is hampered in anyway from this injury, then that might change my outlook. Even though we have a more than capable backup in Ladell Betts, he would have to stay healthy throughout the season.
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Old 08-14-2006, 05:56 PM   #50
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Re: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

If CP has lingering affects it will just be time to hang it out there to our WR core. Brunell set a career high last year with 23 TD's maybe he is not capable of being that guy with that pressure to excel his records. But I like to think he can b/c of whats around him. CP ensures that outcome.
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Old 08-14-2006, 10:05 PM   #51
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Re: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

not worried at all the only one thing that did worry aother that cps shoulder is what the f888 was todd collins thinkin and doin with the ball come on man
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Old 08-14-2006, 10:17 PM   #52
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Re: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

Hey the Defense is awesome. We are going to the ship. Burnell looked like he was listening to WR in the huddle telling him that they are open. We are getting ready to bury the league.

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Old 08-14-2006, 10:23 PM   #53
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Re: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

One series with the starters isn't enough to pass judgement. I don't think the Skins started any games last year with impressive opening drives...it always seemed to take a series or two to get moving. If the starters go two quarters the week after next with the same results i am going to be askeered. BTW with CP out for the preseason, I think this will actually help Brunell since he won't have the same caliber of check down receiver to go to, forcing him to really look for his 3rd or 4th progression.

I am still cautiously optimistic about our offense, and blissfully gleeful about our defense. No change from yesterday morning.
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Old 08-14-2006, 10:37 PM   #54
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Re: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

Was Clinton Portis crying or sobbing in his latest interview of today? RB is starting to be a concern. Betts has a hamor quad, Carter is out, Lumsden has hip so theres just Rock and white. I'd give Betts 3 plays next game and run Rock, Lumsden, and white and try to hang on with health.
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Old 08-14-2006, 10:55 PM   #55
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Re: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

betts rock and nemo should be good enough to cover a game or 2...as long as portis is back for the cowboys (week 2 right?) then i will be somewhat pleased witht he given circumstances.

and no my outlook on the season hasnt changed after one pre season game which featured out starters for such little time
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Old 08-14-2006, 11:29 PM   #56
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Re: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

No not really i figured our season was going to be decided by our qb play and unfortually right now that has me scared.
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Old 08-15-2006, 01:03 AM   #57
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Re: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

Not worried about the starting offense. They've got a huge playbook they're in the process of learning. In addition, if Saunders feels Brunell will frequently need a dump-off receiver, he'll arrange that he has one. Defense looks great.

Concerned about the second-string players. I think it's going to be a rough season and it would be good to be able to rest the first-stringers when the game is in hand (to avoid injuries.) Unfortunately, it doesn't look like we can safely do so. Just hope none of our good players get hurt because they can't be safely taken out.

If CP is laid up for a little I hope Cincinnati lets #39 go.

Espy looked good, and Thrash (as usual) seemed to be get open for the dump-offs when he was in. I was upset with Espy for catching the ball 2 yards short of a first down, but he's learning.

I guess if ST gets hurt they can fill in with CP?
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Old 08-15-2006, 01:10 PM   #58
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Re: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

Someone tell Doughty to stop beating himself up after each play he didn't make. He needs to develop a short term memory. I would like to see him line up with the starters this week. They guys trying to make the team were doing a lot of pointing fingers against CIN.
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Old 08-15-2006, 01:11 PM   #59
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Re: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

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Not worried about the starting offense...
Espy looked good...he's learning.
Espy makes the roster now that Jacobs is gone.
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Old 08-15-2006, 04:41 PM   #60
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Re: After the loss to the Bengals has your season outlook changed at all?

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We'll be fine.

I think Portis will be fine, too. Hell, if Emmitt Smith can play with a seperated shoulder, CP should be good to go. Pound for pound, he is one of the toughest RBs in the league. Look at the bright side. At least the injury isn't severe and we know that he won't get hurt more during preseason.

Don't forget the running back has to block also, and we've seen what Portis can do from a blocking standpoint. Every DC in the league will send blitzers at that bad shoulder to see if he can handle it.
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