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Old 07-06-2007, 02:59 PM   #16
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What about JC???? I think all eyes will be on him this year.

Again, I agree with everyone about JC and Romo, Eli, or whomever. This is a non-JC type thread, that's all.
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Old 07-06-2007, 03:22 PM   #17
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Am I the only one bothered by a Cow helmet on our site...(just wondering) there's nothing I hate more than that star helmet ...And I could care less about the team or excess of linebackers (anyone agree) The Warpath I thought was about THE REDSKINS
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Am I the only one bothered by a Cow helmet on our site...(just wondering) there's nothing I hate more than that star helmet ...And I could care less about the team or excess of linebackers (anyone agree) The Warpath I thought was about THE REDSKINS
It is about the Redskins, but don't you think it's more interesting to disucss what else is going on?
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Again, I agree with everyone about JC and Romo, Eli, or whomever. This is a non-JC type thread, that's all.
Well then maybe you should have said the 5 to watch who are not QB's then we would not have been all confused. LOL There really is no other choice as far as I'm concerned. Any of the others mentioned we can substitute for but at QB we really have no substitute. I think Brunell can fill in but I'm talking our future as much as anything when saying JC is the one to watch. If he fails (which again I don't think he will) we have to start all over in a system everyone says takes two years just to learn.
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Am I the only one bothered by a Cow helmet on our site...(just wondering) there's nothing I hate more than that star helmet ...And I could care less about the team or excess of linebackers (anyone agree) The Warpath I thought was about THE REDSKINS
DBoyz has been posting on this site for about 2 years or so now. He is pretty up front with how he sees things and I think its fun having a rival on this site. He comes here even after the Skins wip up on the Boys and has never done anything for us to get upset about. We have had those Cowboy fans that would sign up for a day to rub a victory in our face but the Dboyz will come here regardless of the out come. Heck he even has some good thing to say about the skins from time to time.
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Much respect 12th man and firstdown even though I'm new to the site everywhere I look we are hated on ESPN with cowboys NFL Network Fox they are all over hating on us it would just be nice not to see them, but I cannot argue with guys who have posted as much as you have ...I am a die hard skin, no matter how nice I could never enjoy a Cow (no offense to the guy) My only interests are the Redskins ..I thought this was that kind of site ..didn't mean to offend anyone (maybe he's a closet Redskin ?)..
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Much respect 12th man and firstdown even though I'm new to the site everywhere I look we are hated on ESPN with cowboys NFL Network Fox they are all over hating on us it would just be nice not to see them, but I cannot argue with guys who have posted as much as you have ...I am a die hard skin, no matter how nice I could never enjoy a Cow (no offense to the guy) My only interests are the Redskins ..I thought this was that kind of site ..didn't mean to offend anyone (maybe he's a closet Redskin ?)..
He is a closet REDSKIN FAN...AMERICA'S REAL TEAM! He just has a thing for that ugly ass helmet with the faggy little star on it.

The only time a like that star is when it's being drove in the ground, by one of those hard hittin SKINS......like, hum? Sean Taylor lol
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Hahaha..thanks Mods...whoever did that!
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Oh my god finally someone who said what I was thinking (but since I'm new I didn't think it was my place)...thanks skinsfan nn
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Am I the only one bothered by a Cow helmet on our site...(just wondering) there's nothing I hate more than that star helmet ...And I could care less about the team or excess of linebackers (anyone agree) The Warpath I thought was about THE REDSKINS

Yes you are the only one bothered by that.
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I'm curious as to whether or not Suisham will remain on the roster to be watched. He looked good, but I don't know whether or not that means anything at this point.

Will we bring in 30 kickers and have another year of kick-offs?
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I'm curious as to whether or not Suisham will remain on the roster to be watched. He looked good, but I don't know whether or not that means anything at this point.

Will we bring in 30 kickers and have another year of kick-offs?

I see Suisham staying. He showed some flashes of a strong leg.
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He is a closet REDSKIN FAN...AMERICA'S REAL TEAM! He just has a thing for that ugly ass helmet with the faggy little star on it.

The only time a like that star is when it's being drove in the ground, by one of those hard hittin SKINS......like, hum? Sean Taylor lol

Sorry to disappoint you man but I bleed Blue like I've said it 100 times but I love football as a hole more I come here because I can speak out and be truthful about what I think of my team and others I know the Cowboys aren't perfect but in some Cowboys boards there are many members that blindfully think they are and that's part of the problem.

Here to you see a lot of members that truly believe each year the team is going to the superbowl finish 16 -0 or 15 -1 because they don't want to sound so crazy but they don't see their teams real problems so they get down when they don't fulfill their dreams instead of seeing that there's a process to take the team to the next level and that something has to happen for it to be taken to that level.

if we stop and see the flaws of our teams we can start to find or talk solutions to get them. I come for those guys who can't actually see that the glass isn't full is half full.

example last year I critic Archuletas and randalls signing I said that you overpaid for a bad safety that couldn't cover or tackle and you over payed for a return guy with 5 good plays each season many guys came after me others stopped an took what I said in a good way.

For me this year finally your front office is tacking the right direction to taking the franchise to it's level they didn't go after big names old racks or overpaid mediocre FA they didnt trade future draft picks and grabbed a super star stud that they needed who will help that defense many years in Landry.

I come here because if I can come out and honestly say I think Barry Sanders was a Better RB than Emmitt simth and don't get close eyes responses even if all the video and production show us that Barry was I love Emmitt but I'm not blind to see who was the better back.

I think you fixed some holes but I think it's unrealistic to believe you'll go out and win 12 games with a QB that has only played 6 games showed promise in 2 and don't think he's going to struggle in some games and make stupid plays with a bad defensive front and complicated offense I think 10 games is a possibility but 8 -9 is more a reality I have to admit JC showed more promise that I thought for what I saw in him in college but I do believe he's 2 green and doesn't has a lot of support to win the thought games.
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Sorry to disappoint you man but I bleed Blue like I've said it 100 times but I love football as a hole more I come here because I can speak out and be truthful about what I think of my team and others I know the Cowboys aren't perfect but in some Cowboys boards there are many members that blindfully think they are and that's part of the problem.

Here to you see a lot of members that truly believe each year the team is going to the superbowl finish 16 -0 or 15 -1 because they don't want to sound so crazy but they don't see their teams real problems so they get down when they don't fulfill their dreams instead of seeing that there's a process to take the team to the next level and that something has to happen for it to be taken to that level.

if we stop and see the flaws of our teams we can start to find or talk solutions to get them. I come for those guys who can't actually see that the glass isn't full is half full.

example last year I critic Archuletas and randalls signing I said that you overpaid for a bad safety that couldn't cover or tackle and you over payed for a return guy with 5 good plays each season many guys came after me others stopped an took what I said in a good way.

For me this year finally your front office is tacking the right direction to taking the franchise to it's level they didn't go after big names old racks or overpaid mediocre FA they didnt trade future draft picks and grabbed a super star stud that they needed who will help that defense many years in Landry.

I come here because if I can come out and honestly say I think Barry Sanders was a Better RB than Emmitt simth and don't get close eyes responses even if all the video and production show us that Barry was I love Emmitt but I'm not blind to see who was the better back.

I think you fixed some holes but I think it's unrealistic to believe you'll go out and win 12 games with a QB that has only played 6 games showed promise in 2 and don't think he's going to struggle in some games and make stupid plays with a bad defensive front and complicated offense I think 10 games is a possibility but 8 -9 is more a reality I have to admit JC showed more promise that I thought for what I saw in him in college but I do believe he's 2 green and doesn't has a lot of support to win the thought games.

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