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Old 08-06-2009, 03:43 PM   #166
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Hell Yayah! I agree with what you said about their SB year skinsfan69. And for the first time in my life I was pulling for them. But if a rival wants to come on here and talk smack and expect us to lay down about it....it ain't happening.
I simply stated what is known to everyone but the people on this site, that Eli was better than Jason Campbell.
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I simply stated what is known to everyone but the people on this site, that Eli was better than Jason Campbell.
wow, that's not at all what you simply stated, you may want to go back and re-read the thread.
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Old 08-06-2009, 03:46 PM   #168
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I love the abuse of coggs
abuse? Nah. A bunch of delusional redskin fans who think their team has a chance this year. Keep drinking Dannyboy's Kool Aid. Besides, all this talk out of them will make it that much sweeter when the Giants beat the Skins twice this year, AGAIN.
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wow, that's not at all what you simply stated, you may want to go back and re-read the thread.
It started as that, and it went from there.
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Old 08-06-2009, 04:09 PM   #170
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abuse? Nah. A bunch of delusional redskin fans who think their team has a chance this year. Keep drinking Dannyboy's Kool Aid. Besides, all this talk out of them will make it that much sweeter when the Giants beat the Skins twice this year, AGAIN.
I will change my avatar to a Giants helmet for a week if we don't beat you in New York. We are going to bring the pain.
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It started as that, and it went from there.
Actually, best I could find this was your first post in this thread. Seems your memory might be a tad foggy, not good when you constantly live in the past.

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Then I can only imagine how bad the Giants D Line will make them look at the opener. Tuck, Osi, Kiwanuka, Cofield, Robbins, Canty, must have woodies thinking about tee-ing off on Campbell. Even this rookie pass rush specialist OLB, Clint Sintim is probably aroused.
Edit: And what's sad is we were having a very good discussion in house of our O-Line/D-Line groups, and you came in making a pis ant comment about your guys being horny, and complain that we aren't keeping up an honest in depth conversation. Now put it back in your pants, and let's let the proof be on the field.

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Old 08-06-2009, 04:19 PM   #172
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in the Eli thread.
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but, this isn't the Eli thread. or you don't understand the concept of threaded discussions?
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I played football for a year in college. D1AA which I am sure is higher than you ever got.
Wilsowilso critiqued you for being an arrogant jerk. Good thing you proved him wrong, huh?
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I simply stated what is known to everyone but the people on this site, that Eli was better than Jason Campbell.
Just because you say it coggs, doesn't make it so. He won a SB with a team that had a fantastic defense at the time. If that is what you are basing all this on....please. I guess that makes him better than Drew Brees and a whole lot of other QB's. OK, you say he didn't win it but he played well enough. Well IMO Campbell would have played well enough with that team to get a win also. Basically Trent Dilfer showed it could be done with a great defense and a so-so QB. Eli is not so much superior to JC as you would have everyone believe. You have a right to your opinion but you think your opinion is the holy truth and everyone elses opinion is wrong. Did you pick the Giants to win the SB last year? Probably, dynasty remember? Did you pick Arizona to go to the SB before the season even started? I doubt it. But you come on a Redskin site and say we're not even in the running. It's a 3 team race and we're not included. I'd say you're the one who's not too bright partner. Have fun in the "Honors" forum, like you'd have a snowballs chance in hell of getting in.
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Just because you say it coggs, doesn't make it so. He won a SB with a team that had a fantastic defense at the time. If that is what you are basing all this on....please. I guess that makes him better than Drew Brees and a whole lot of other QB's. OK, you say he didn't win it but he played well enough. Well IMO Campbell would have played well enough with that team to get a win also. Basically Trent Dilfer showed it could be done with a great defense and a so-so QB. Eli is not so much superior to JC as you would have everyone believe. You have a right to your opinion but you think your opinion is the holy truth and everyone elses opinion is wrong. Did you pick the Giants to win the SB last year? Probably, dynasty remember? Did you pick Arizona to go to the SB before the season even started? I doubt it. But you come on a Redskin site and say we're not even in the running. It's a 3 team race and we're not included. I'd say you're the one who's not too bright partner. Have fun in the "Honors" forum, like you'd have a snowballs chance in hell of getting in.
You make some good points here 53fan, but one thing you have to admit is that Eli's ON switch got turned on in the playoffs. In the regular season of that year he threw 23 TD's and 20 Int's. In the four playoff games he was in, he threw 10 TD's and only 2 Int's. Yes he had a fantastic defense, and a great running game, along with a tall physical WR, and a dependable WR. But when it mattered the most, he performed like a pro. And until Jason wins a ring, I'm still going to put/take any QB with a ring, over Jason.
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You make some good points here 53fan, but one thing you have to admit is that Eli's ON switch got turned on in the playoffs. In the regular season of that year he threw 23 TD's and 20 Int's. In the four playoff games he was in, he threw 10 TD's and only 2 Int's. Yes he had a fantastic defense, and a great running game, along with a tall physical WR, and a dependable WR. But when it mattered the most, he performed like a pro. And until Jason wins a ring, I'm still going to put/take any QB with a ring, over Jason.
Great. How'd he do last year? I wish JC could say the same thing in regards to the bold print. Kinda important don't you think? Maybe he'll have that this year. We'll see. If JC was fortunate enough to throw 20 INT's and still make the playoffs, maybe his light would be turned on too. Unfortunately, to this point he hasn't been on a team good enough to overcome that sort of QB play. Eli has.
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I simply stated what is known to everyone but the people on this site, that Eli was better than Jason Campbell.
coggs eli is better cause he played his best ball when it mattered most. i'll give him that. but it will be very interesting to see how he performs with the wr's he has this year. no plax, toomer or shockey. is he going to be good enough to carry the offense with some unproven, average to below average wr's? i personally don't think so. he's just not that type of qb. i think your passing game is going to really struggle. the defense is going to have to carry you guys imo.
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coggs eli is better cause he played his best ball when it mattered most. i'll give him that. but it will be very interesting to see how he performs with the wr's he has this year. no plax, toomer or shockey. is he going to be good enough to carry the offense with some unproven, average to below average wr's? i personally don't think so. he's just not that type of qb. i think your passing game is going to really struggle. the defense is going to have to carry you guys imo.

He has decided to ignore that argument completely. He has also never acknowledged that Philly kicked the shit out of the Giants in their backyard. Typical New Yorker... They are all mad that we are in the Most Powerful City in the World and that we tell them how things work.
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Back to the whole topic of Heyer's injury, which appears to not be serious, for those who want Runyan

Injuries plague Eagles' Andrews brothers | Philadelphia Inquirer | 08/07/2009

Asked if the team was considering other options such as bringing in tackle Jon Runyan, the source said that was not likely considering the former Eagle's health.

Earlier this week, Runyan told WIP-AM (610) that his surgeon, James Andrews, has not permitted him to run on his reconstructed right knee. Runyan said he has an appointment with the surgeon soon, and if cleared, he will begin rehabilitation in the hopes of returning to an NFL team. Runyan, 35, said that he has been contacted by several teams, but that the Eagles remain his first choice.
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