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Old 12-30-2006, 11:39 PM   #31
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ya think? or how about that million dollar bonus he gets if hes not named the head coach if gibbs retires?
Yes, Mr. Williams ego has come back to earth (unfortunately not his bank account) and if he isn't careful so is his reputation and job!
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Old 12-30-2006, 11:39 PM   #32
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cut holdman
move marshall to weak side
move rocky to strong side
get lance briggs and put him at MLB
way to forget marcus washington...he was on IR, he didnt die
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Old 12-30-2006, 11:40 PM   #33
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Guys, Nate Clements isn't going to solve our problems. Tiki Barber ran for a franchise record tonight. Nate isn't going to shore up our defense that much! He 'aint that much of a bad ass.

Gregg Williams needs to look at his game planning in my opinion. They ran probably north of 50% of their running plays to one side, and we didn't make any adjustments.
I agree. NC would help but we need help in the front 7 first before we go after a corner.
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Old 12-30-2006, 11:42 PM   #34
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when ever betts gets hit i hold my breath.
Tiki Barber used to be a fumbling machine until he started holding the ball differently, maybe now that Tiki will have the time next season, maybe he can work with Betts.
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Old 12-30-2006, 11:48 PM   #35
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We were saying the exact opposite of that at the end of 2004.
That's not true. We beat Minnesota to end 04 and Ramsey looked good in that game. We scored 21 points which was kind of the benchmark Gibbs had set for success. Plus we were returning one of the top defenses in the league.
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Old 12-30-2006, 11:52 PM   #36
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But how are we supposed to build through the draft with only one pick in the first three rounds? I agree with you--but this team's player personnel philosophy obviously does not value the draft. They prefer the FA approach--and I expect them to fire up Redskin One the first day of free agency...
We are not going to be able to fix every part of this defense over the offense but we can, at least, make some improvements so that they will not look as bad as they did this year. Maybe we can get by with the improvements and the offense that seems as if it is going to be a pretty good one and we can work on the rest of the defense during the next off season.
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Old 12-30-2006, 11:52 PM   #37
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That's not true. We beat Minnesota to end 04 and Ramsey looked good in that game. We scored 21 points which was kind of the benchmark Gibbs had set for success. Plus we were returning one of the top defenses in the league.
I think he was meaning opposite as being...
'if our offense can just become average, our defense can carry us'
Whereas now we are saying...
'if our defense can just become average, our offense can carry us'
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Old 12-30-2006, 11:55 PM   #38
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We only have one pick in the first 3 rounds? We need to address the DBs first, there's a lot of talent coming out of college next year in the linebacker position that could very easily slip through the cracks, I think if we can pick up a 3rd round pick we could pick up HB blades out of pitt, hes a pretty nasty linebacker
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Old 12-30-2006, 11:57 PM   #39
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#5 Jason Campbell looks pretty solid. He is as elusive as any QB not named Michael Vick, Vince Young or Donovan McNabb. How many tackles did he shed to gain yards when pressure forced him out of the pocket? Moreover, he is as good at play-action and pump-fakes as any QB I've seen in the league.
Today, was the first time I saw him play. Although he is not a better ATHLETE than Vick or Young, I think he can definitely be a better QB than Vick. Not sure about Young.
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I think he was meaning opposite as being...
'if our offense can just become average, our defense can carry us'
Whereas now we are saying...
'if our defense can just become average, our offense can carry us'
Oh okay....sorry...that makes sense
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Today, was the first time I saw him play. Although he is not a better ATHLETE than Vick or Young, I think he can definitely be a better QB than Vick. Not sure about Young.
Kid's got potential, and offseason of work will make him that much better!
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Old 12-31-2006, 12:03 AM   #42
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Given the way the defense once again blew the game, we need to evaluate Gregg Williams' value to the team. I mean, how many coordinators who finish 31st or 32nd at what they do keep their jobs?
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Given the way the defense once again blew the game, we need to evaluate Gregg Williams' value to the team. I mean, how many coordinators who finish 31st or 32nd at what they do keep their jobs?

Not many have as many injuries and made so many mistakes in the free agency picking at fools gold as he has. After 2 fantastic seasons you want his head after one bad one, GL with that.
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Given the way the defense once again blew the game, we need to evaluate Gregg Williams' value to the team. I mean, how many coordinators who finish 31st or 32nd at what they do keep their jobs?
Fear not, Giants ownership will be blinded by the "play-off appearance" and give Coughlin an extension. Coughlin will then "con" the 'skins into allowing Williams to come be a co-defensive coordinator to work with Tim "as soon as Pittsburgh fires me they finally win the Super Bowl" Lewis, for next season.
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Not many have as many injuries and made so many mistakes in the free agency picking at fools gold as he has. After 2 fantastic seasons you want his head after one bad one, GL with that.
Every team has inuries - look at the Giants. And, Williams' previous two years mean absolutely nothing tonight as we end the season with Gibb's worst record EVER.
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