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Old 11-19-2006, 08:05 PM   #16
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I hate to watch games with this guys announcing. He is just a freakin' retard. He either states the obvious on the field or he makes some stupid comment. And what was with the thing where it was his political bit that were supposed to relate to the Skins' problems. This guy is just painful to listen to. Anyone else agree?

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Old 11-19-2006, 08:25 PM   #17
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"these are my keys to cleaning up washington"

shut the f up bill maas-thats what i yelled at him
As much as I hate the obnoxious prick Maas, he was bang on with some of those keys to cleaning up Washington. When they showed the graphic of all our big name coaches along with their fancy titles (associate head coach, assistant head coach, coordinator etc.) - that has really made the skins organization a laughing stock this year - we deserve it. Can't win by buying players, and as Danny has now learned, can't win by buying coaches either.

Of Gibbs, Saunders, Buges, and Breaux, we only need 1.
Of Williams, Blache, and Gray, we only need 1.

Meanwhile Mangini, Payton, and their no-name coaching staffs are getting the job done in NY and NO.
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Old 11-19-2006, 08:54 PM   #18
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If anyone is interested, you can go to Fox Sports and comment on the "quality" of the announcers of this game, specifically Bill Maas. The website is FOX Sports - More Sports - Feedback. Personally, whether a fan of the Skins or not, his behavior and comments were totally inappropriate and unacceptable. Even The Washington Post already has a survey regarding his non-journalistic biased banter. I encourage you to help Fox Sports see to it that his contract is quickly terminated so he can go back to sniffing glue.
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Old 11-19-2006, 09:03 PM   #19
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That lame political bit just went on and on and on...........

How does this guy have a job in the NFL?
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If anyone is interested, you can go to Fox Sports and comment on the "quality" of the announcers of this game, specifically Bill Maas. The website is FOX Sports - More Sports - Feedback. Personally, whether a fan of the Skins or not, his behavior and comments were totally inappropriate and unacceptable. Even The Washington Post already has a survey regarding his non-journalistic biased banter. I encourage you to help Fox Sports see to it that his contract is quickly terminated so he can go back to sniffing glue.
I dont see the Post survey anywhere on their site. Link please.
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Old 11-19-2006, 09:10 PM   #21
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As much as I hate the obnoxious prick Maas, he was bang on with some of those keys to cleaning up Washington. When they showed the graphic of all our big name coaches along with their fancy titles (associate head coach, assistant head coach, coordinator etc.) - that has really made the skins organization a laughing stock this year - we deserve it. Can't win by buying players, and as Danny has now learned, can't win by buying coaches either.

Of Gibbs, Saunders, Buges, and Breaux, we only need 1.
Of Williams, Blache, and Gray, we only need 1.

Meanwhile Mangini, Payton, and their no-name coaching staffs are getting the job done in NY and NO.
The whole Free Agency thing is way overblown. It's a media tool. They throw up the total contracts we gave out number, which sounds really high but is a fictitious amount we will never pay. Contracts are spread out to lessen the bonus cap hit per season. Also you can look at the teams that draft high in the draft and look at the money they dole out with mixed results.

Our Free Agents over the first two years were good, this year they haven't panned out yet, but evaluate these same players at the end of next season and see where they are.

The titles thing is moot. It doesn't matter. The QB changes thing is obvious and everyone wants that to be stable. Maas did nail the Tampa Running theme early in the game, but he is still the worst announcer I have ever heard.
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Old 11-19-2006, 09:37 PM   #22
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Hooskins, the survey on The Washington Post is under the "Grade the Redskins" section...Grade the Redskins (washingtonpost.com)
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He's an idiot. No Mas Bill Maas!
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Old 11-19-2006, 09:53 PM   #24
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Maaaaaaas must be related to someone at Fox. He thinks he's John Madden.

Anyone who thinks they're as brilliant as Madden is of not very bright.
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Haha, I really enjoyed the WP survey.
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Old 11-19-2006, 10:23 PM   #26
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The post's poll is classic. I give them props for the sarcasm. I think the caveman job would be too much for him though.
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As much as I hate the obnoxious prick Maas, he was bang on with some of those keys to cleaning up Washington. When they showed the graphic of all our big name coaches along with their fancy titles (associate head coach, assistant head coach, coordinator etc.) - that has really made the skins organization a laughing stock this year - we deserve it. Can't win by buying players, and as Danny has now learned, can't win by buying coaches either.

Of Gibbs, Saunders, Buges, and Breaux, we only need 1.
Of Williams, Blache, and Gray, we only need 1.

Meanwhile Mangini, Payton, and their no-name coaching staffs are getting the job done in NY and NO.
i know but i can't stand the guy
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Old 11-19-2006, 10:49 PM   #28
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As much as I hate the obnoxious prick Maas, he was bang on with some of those keys to cleaning up Washington. When they showed the graphic of all our big name coaches along with their fancy titles (associate head coach, assistant head coach, coordinator etc.) - that has really made the skins organization a laughing stock this year - we deserve it. Can't win by buying players, and as Danny has now learned, can't win by buying coaches either.

Of Gibbs, Saunders, Buges, and Breaux, we only need 1.
Of Williams, Blache, and Gray, we only need 1.

Meanwhile Mangini, Payton, and their no-name coaching staffs are getting the job done in NY and NO.

To me, the "too many cooks in the kitchen" argument is getting a little old. During Gibbs 1.0, he still had Bugel coaching the line, Simmons coaching the tight ends, Breaux w/ the running backs, Jack Burns doing whatever, and Dan Henning doing something.

The problem isn't the number of coaches or whether their titles conflict.

It's the players this pathetic front office has assembled.
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To me, the "too many cooks in the kitchen" argument is getting a little old. During Gibbs 1.0, he still had Bugel coaching the line, Simmons coaching the tight ends, Breaux w/ the running backs, Jack Burns doing whatever, and Dan Henning doing something.

The problem isn't the number of coaches or whether their titles conflict.

It's the players this pathetic front office has assembled.
I think this Maas character doesnt really know what he is talking about, because many teams have an Oline coordinater, TE coach, QB coach, D coach, defensive back coach. I think all teams do. WTF is he thinking, that Gibbs coaches the offense, the line, the QB, and calls the plays???? No team in the NFL does that.
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I think this Maas character doesnt really know what he is talking about, because many teams have an Oline coordinater, TE coach, QB coach, D coach, defensive back coach. I think all teams do. WTF is he thinking, that Gibbs coaches the offense, the line, the QB, and calls the plays???? No team in the NFL does that.
That was what I was saying. We do not have an unusual number of coaches, just some unusual titles. WHO CARES?

So according to Maas we would have won more games this year if we had given our coaches different titles?
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