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Old 08-11-2007, 02:22 AM   #76
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And this is the best possible point one can make.

No matter how right we know we are and how passionate we get in our arguments, we won't affect the way things are decided in the NFL at all.

What??? My opinion doesn't translate to on field production? WTF! I don't know what is real anymore!

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Old 08-11-2007, 02:23 AM   #77
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Doesn't mean that you and me wouldn't be better than at least half the GMs in the business anyway.

I'm serious on this one. We so would be.
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Doesn't mean that you and me wouldn't be better than at least half the GMs in the business anyway.

I'm serious on this one. We so would be.
I firmly believe that.
I have a unique ability to see talent, and a lot of time predict how players will do.
I do tend to think that some players on our team are better than they are at times, but I see the NFL for what it is.
I'd LOVE to be a GM.
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Old 08-11-2007, 08:10 AM   #79
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Re: Could Thrash Become #2 WR

James Thrash will always have a spot on this team because he works harder than anyone on it. My standard complaint with any underperforming Redskin for the past ten years is "If we could only put James Thrash's head on (Michael Westbrook, Trung Canidate, Brandon Lloyd, etc.)..."

Frankly, Thrash has put up good metrics when he is out there in an offensive role. Typically, this has happened late in the season, when injuries have increased his position in the rotation. If he sees earlier action because of his skill and efforts, good for him and us.
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i will never understand this boards infatuation with James Thrash. every team has a " James Thrash" type. a good team guy, and produces when given the chance. can not be anything more then what you already see. he will fill the same role he had last season. special teamer, and a fill in due to injury. everyone that plays in this league simply cannot become a star
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i will never understand this boards infatuation with James Thrash. every team has a " James Thrash" type. a good team guy, and produces when given the chance. can not be anything more then what you already see. he will fill the same role he had last season. special teamer, and a fill in due to injury. everyone that plays in this league simply cannot become a star
That is exactly what James Thrash is. He's not going to be any more especially at this point in his career, I think he's only got a few more years left.
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Old 08-11-2007, 12:41 PM   #82
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James Thrash is exactly what Dmek said. A good team guy who produces, he may not be our most talented reciever, but after Cooley and Moss he certainly is the most realiable.
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Old 08-11-2007, 01:43 PM   #83
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i will never understand this boards infatuation with James Thrash. every team has a " James Thrash" type. a good team guy, and produces when given the chance. can not be anything more then what you already see. he will fill the same role he had last season. special teamer, and a fill in due to injury. everyone that plays in this league simply cannot become a star
I think it might have something to do with the fact that he chooses not to rap. And as far as that last sentence:

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70's old school. i love sly and the family
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Old 08-11-2007, 05:57 PM   #85
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i will never understand this boards infatuation with James Thrash. every team has a " James Thrash" type. a good team guy, and produces when given the chance. can not be anything more then what you already see. he will fill the same role he had last season. special teamer, and a fill in due to injury. everyone that plays in this league simply cannot become a star
Exactly, 100% agree.
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From the Wash. Times, on the subject of LLoyd. I am inclined to agree. But I would like to see one of the young guys emerge as the #2/3. Still, you can't knock Thrash for his effort and consistency--at least he's there if we need him to step up.


Send this guy packing [David Elfin]

The Redskins should send a message now: cut Brandon Lloyd.


The malcontent receiver has been as big a bust as now-departed safety Adam Archuleta was and on top of that, he threw his helmet during a game last year. Lloyd admitted that this offseason was the first one during which he ever really worked out, and the result has been that he has missed half of training camp with shin splints.


The Redskins have plenty of cap room. Even if they give tight end Chris Cooley a big contract, they have the cap room. Lloyd might be a gifted athlete, but he's not a standup guy in the locker room. Corey Bradford, Jason McAddley, Mike Espy or any of the other backup receivers can score zero touchdowns as well as Lloyd and for a heck of a lot less money and aggravation.


Cut Brandon Lloyd now.



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From the Wash. Times, on the subject of LLoyd. I am inclined to agree. But I would like to see one of the young guys emerge as the #2/3. Still, you can't knock Thrash for his effort and consistency--at least he's there if we need him to step up.


Send this guy packing [David Elfin]

The Redskins should send a message now: cut Brandon Lloyd.


The malcontent receiver has been as big a bust as now-departed safety Adam Archuleta was and on top of that, he threw his helmet during a game last year. Lloyd admitted that this offseason was the first one during which he ever really worked out, and the result has been that he has missed half of training camp with shin splints.


The Redskins have plenty of cap room. Even if they give tight end Chris Cooley a big contract, they have the cap room. Lloyd might be a gifted athlete, but he's not a standup guy in the locker room. Corey Bradford, Jason McAddley, Mike Espy or any of the other backup receivers can score zero touchdowns as well as Lloyd and for a heck of a lot less money and aggravation.


Cut Brandon Lloyd now.



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But he has also come out and apologized for that, and his head should be on straight now. I also saw reports that he worked out all offseason, and that might be why he has shin splints right now. We'd be dumb to drop him now with no back up plan in order. If this was going to be done, we should have prepared for it.
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Re: Could Thrash Become #2 WR

not happening, "Im clicking with my wife, but doesn't mean I'm breaking up with my girlfriend"!
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wish they would cut lloyd
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not happening, "Im clicking with my wife, but doesn't mean I'm breaking up with my girlfriend"!
great line, but dont know if it fits here
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