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Old 01-11-2007, 07:00 PM   #1
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Tony McGee On the 2006 Washington Redskins

Hello Everyone,

Iíd like to apologize for the last few weeks, and being around sporadically. Were currently moving our offices to Atlanta, and donít have a direct phone line to hook into yet, so Iíve been very busy with that and just want to apologize for that.

After taking the last week to think about the season, there are a few things that need to be addressed.

Starting with Jason Campbell. I think Jason had a good season for it being his first with any NFL action. He made some mistakes as you would expect from virtually a rookie quarterback, but that ďrookieĒ period is now over. He has a full off-season to sit back and reflect on how he can improve. One things that fans often donít take into account, is the advantage that Jason had over some defenses this year in being so hard to scout. The one thing that hurts Jason next year is that other teams have times to look at him and see how he operates and what thatís all about. Time will only tell how much of an effect, if any that will have, but its something to be on the lookout for.

As far as Gibbs being let go if the Redskins perform poorly next year, because of who he is he wonít be, and whether he deserves too or not is highly up to debate. Heíll never be fired because Daniel Snyder is infatuated with him, and so is a good percentage of the fan base. That part of the fan base would go absolutely crazy if Gibbs was let go. I see Gibbs fulfilling his five year contract, if they did something like won the Super Bowl next year, he could retire. That is really the only way I donít see him fulfilling his commitment.

On the topic of whether or not a coach has lied to me or not, of course they have. That is how NFL coaches operate. Players know that right from the start, they are going to tell you things that arenít completely true, but youíre a professional and need to know whatís going on. Archuleta got his money and deep down thatís probably all he really cares about. Donít bring me that crap about coaches lying too you, it happens to everyone in the league. Now with Portis, I heard the comments and all I can say is that sounds like a guy who is either on his way out of town, or wants out of town. I donít know if anything will happen, but thatís what it sounds like to me.

Finally, Art Monk was named as a HOF finalist, and he should be. Art deserves to be in, but I donít think he will get in. Low key players arenít enough for writers, Iíve always felt the same way about Larry Brown too, he should be in. Art gets surpassed more and more every year by different wide receivers, so its getting tougher for him. He should be in, but sometimes thatís enough for the reports, they want the TO type guy.


Thanks Guys! We will be in touch during the off season without a doubt.


Tony
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Old 01-12-2007, 08:26 AM   #2
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Thanks Tony. That depressed me.
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Old 01-12-2007, 09:03 AM   #3
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Hmmm, Portis leaving town. Monk never in the HOF, etc. Have nice day

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I disagree with Tony on Monk, though. King and probably Dr. Z are both caving this year. They've been two of the staunch opposers. Without their voices in the room saying nay, a few other votes may swing Monk's way. And he didn't need too many to make it happen.

I think he's in like Flynn.
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Old 01-12-2007, 10:44 AM   #5
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Thanks Tony. That depressed me.
I know right....:Sigh:. Really the part about Portis I still dont belive. The only way i'll belive that he's on his way on his way out is when I see "Portis traded too: " in the papers.

I think that was just one of those instences where it was one of those "someone needs to say it, it mine as well be me" type things from the leader or the team.


As far as Monk, I'm with you Schneed. However, I think if Monks not in this year, he will never get in.
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wait what comments,,,is he talking about the radio interview? hell no i really hope he doesnt leave,, this is bullshit
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I think people read way too much into Portis' comments.
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I think people read way too much into Portis' comments.
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I don't think CP is going anywhere either. The guy speaks his mind no matter what the situation, this was no different.
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he said on his way or WANTS to get out. I can believe that, at least immediately after the season he may feel that way. Give it time & he'll come to camp looking to prove something.
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12th man, that sig offends me.
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I was just about to switch it out too. I guess I'll leave it for a while
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Old 01-12-2007, 01:03 PM   #12
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I really missed something... what did Portis say??

That interview over a week ago on 980 where Portis says a little of this and that. Nothing really new or that hasn't been said or written before.

It was just comimg from Portis, and now folks have their panties in bunch over it.
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I really didn't think too much of the Portis interview. When you are losing players are upset. I commend CP for coming out and saying it. I think he was getting on some players that don't come out and say things to JG's face. Of course, the FO has made some mistakes and he came out and said he disagreed w/ their decisions. That's not the first time a player has done that. He's not leaving.
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I disagree with Tony on Monk, though. King and probably Dr. Z are both caving this year. They've been two of the staunch opposers. Without their voices in the room saying nay, a few other votes may swing Monk's way. And he didn't need too many to make it happen.

I think he's in like Flynn.
Schneed - I hope you are right on Monk. One thing that worries me is that one of Monk's biggest supporters in the HOF voting was Michael Wilbon but he said that he is "retiring" from the voting committee. So even though we have Peter King on board now we lost a big supporter in Michael Wilbon. I hope that King has more sway than Wilbon but we shall see.
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But WHAT did he say??? Did he say "I want out of DC"???
He never said anything of the sort. If I find a link I'll post it, but you can probably find it in the archives of sportstalk980.com. It was on the John Thompson show if I remember right
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