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Old 09-28-2009, 03:37 PM   #16
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So did the Lions equal Mr. Chow? Locked up in the trunk and just emerged to wreck shop?
No, the sad part is that the Lions were the tiger (did I just blow your F'ing mind with that). The pounding we're hearing from the trunk is actually our upcoming 3 primetime games in FedEx verse the cowboys, eagles, and giants. Their annoying fans will take over FedEx and it feel like we're getting beat to a pulp by a tiny naked Asian man.

And beating Tampa this week will be like marrying Heather Graham. Yes, it'll be cool to say you're married to such a hot chick, but then you'll find out she's a stripper/hooker and she already has a baby.

Now I must stop before I ruin the whole movie for those fools who haven't seen it yet.
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Old 09-28-2009, 03:38 PM   #17
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Sometimes as a Redskins fan, I feel a lone wolf with my own wolfpack. But when I opened 12th Man's latest thread, I knew I had found another member of my wolfpack, where there was one of us there was now two. And then I read SGG's and 53Fan's posts and I thought, could it be? And yes, now I know that there are four members of this wolfpack.
Damn man. That kinda got to me. Tell me a joke. Quick.
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Old 09-28-2009, 03:45 PM   #18
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No, the sad part is that the Lions were the tiger (did I just blow your F'ing mind with that). The pounding we're hearing from the trunk is actually our upcoming 3 primetime games in FedEx verse the cowboys, eagles, and giants. Their annoying fans will take over FedEx and it feel like we're getting beat to a pulp by a tiny naked Asian man.

And beating Tampa this week will be like marrying Heather Graham. Yes, it'll be cool to say you're married to such a hot chick, but then you'll find out she's a stripper/hooker and she already has a baby.

Now I must stop before I ruin the whole movie for those fools who haven't seen it yet.
Should we have put cinnamon all over our uniforms? Tigers hate cinnamon.
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Old 09-28-2009, 03:46 PM   #19
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Sometimes as a Redskins fan, I feel a lone wolf with my own wolfpack. But when I opened 12th Man's latest thread, I knew I had found another member of my wolfpack, where there was one of us there was now two. And then I read SGG's and 53Fan's posts and I thought, could it be? And yes, now I know that there are four members of this wolfpack.
How about that ride in? I guess that's why they call it Sin City.
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Old 09-28-2009, 03:52 PM   #20
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Several people today have tried to strike up conversations beginning with words like, "Hey, your Redskins..." Even my secretary started talking about the Lions, forgetting that I am a Skins fan. I've cut them each off as politely as I could and refused to talk.

If I could wear dark glasses and escape to a solitary cave then I would. Ugh.

The horror, the horror.
One of my co-workers is a Dallas fan, even she does not dare try to talk to me about this embarrassment. Either she is classy or she knows better. Either way, I am not getting any crap right now.
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Old 09-28-2009, 03:54 PM   #21
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I'm sick as a dog. All of my co-workers are Cowboy fans. By the time I get back, I'll not have to talk about it.
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Old 09-28-2009, 03:59 PM   #22
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Maybe somebody roofied the team gatorade coolers two weeks in a row.
So would that make Zorn the dude found on the roof sunburned?
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Old 09-28-2009, 04:01 PM   #23
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So would that make Zorn the dude found on the roof sunburned?
The real question is... Who is baby Carlos?
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Old 09-28-2009, 04:06 PM   #24
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It's always disappointing to not be excited to watch football highlights, and this week certainly is no exception.

We are the laughing stock of the league right now, and the future does not look bright. I'm normally a raging optimist on this site, but this week, it seems insane to think anything but negativity.

I vowed last year to never pay for another Redskins game again, and I still hold true to this. I refuse to give Dan Snyder my money for the product he is selling, and the way he is conducting this organization. I feel like such a cliche Redskins fan, but I don't know what else to do.

Fedex is a bitch to get to, the prices are outrageous, its a bigger bitch to leave, and chances are your going to see an abysmal performance. I paid 100$ last year for nose bleeds to the Pittsburgh game, and as terrible towels hit me in the face from either side I still stayed strong with my support for this team. I really feel we were the team that deserved to be blacked out this week...

Hockey season starts soon, and I'm more than happy to give my money towards Teddy's Capitals. It's an easy metro ride to get to, you can scalp a decent ticket for 40 bucks, and pre & post game is a breeze at one of the many bars Chinatown has to offer.

Sometimes it takes stumbling around after a night of drinking to reach an epiphany, especially one that is right in front of your eyes. I'll still be a Redskins fan for life, but this season is especially painful... so for the rest of this season, I'll be investing both financially and emotionally in DC's only team that competes every year. Lets go Caps baby!

oh... and the Wiz kids might be putting up a squad as well.
Rock the Red, no doubt. I wonder how much of the fan discontentment actually reaches Snyder and, more importantly, how much of it does he actually take to heart. Obvisously he can't take every little criticism to heart, you can't run an organization that way. I just hope he's listening.
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The real question is... Who is baby Carlos?
its vinny cerrato, silly
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Old 09-28-2009, 04:11 PM   #26
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Rock the Red, no doubt. I wonder how much of the fan discontentment actually reaches Snyder and, more importantly, how much of it does he actually take to heart. Obvisously he can't take every little criticism to heart, you can't run an organization that way. I just hope he's listening.
Well he's been a fan all his life as well so I'm sure he's aware. And, like I've said in the past, I think his biggest weakness has been failure to separate the fan from the owner. The fan can act like a dimwit, the owner cannot.

But anyway, he has to sort of keep a level head about I'm sure, because as a lifelong DC area resident and Skins fan he must know that people will jump off a bridge after a Redskins off-sides before they give a damn about any of the other teams in the area. It goes Redskins....Redskins....Redskins....Redskins...and then every other pro team in the DC area as far as fans' passions
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Old 09-28-2009, 04:21 PM   #27
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Well he's been a fan all his life as well so I'm sure he's aware. And, like I've said in the past, I think his biggest weakness has been failure to separate the fan from the owner. The fan can act like a dimwit, the owner cannot.

But anyway, he has to sort of keep a level head about I'm sure, because as a lifelong DC area resident and Skins fan he must know that people will jump off a bridge after a Redskins off-sides before they give a damn about any of the other teams in the area. It goes Redskins....Redskins....Redskins....Redskins...and then every other pro team in the DC area as far as fans' passions
Yep, you're right. People who are visiting usually ask me about the Nats and I typically respond this a Redskins town. It's not much of basketball town, certainly not baseball, and recently hockey has been making a comeback. But no sports franchise matches the passion the Skins generate. Not even close.

I think Snyder's next move, whatever and whenver that may be, has to be extremely calculated and not self serving. Not that the others were, but he has to be perceived to be getting the less benefit out of the deal. His next selection for head coach must be allowed to bring in his own folks, and I would imagine have some control over personnel decisions. I know that has been a sticky issue with him in the past, but I don't think we'll get the type of coach we really need here unless that's a part of the package.

It's interesting how we're discussing Jim Zorn like he's a dead man walking. Another good movie, by the way
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Old 09-28-2009, 04:22 PM   #28
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Okay, so we're 5 weeks into our semester and this is the first rainy, chilly, "hoodie" weather we've had up in west Michigan.

And, naturally, it's the first time since April that I want to break out my Redskins hoodie, which I cannot do because THEY LOST TO THE LIONS.

Hangover indeed.
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Old 09-28-2009, 04:27 PM   #29
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Should we have put cinnamon all over our uniforms? Tigers hate cinnamon.
We must have had pepper on instead.
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When I was a kid I always wore my Washington Redskins sweatshirt to school after a loss. I figured that it really proved something if you wore the colors after a loss and I always told myself that it would be that much better once the team reached the mountain top because I had been there in the valley. I'm 27 so these were middle school days and the true nadir of Redskins football ('93-'95). Unfortunately I'm still waiting for the mountaintop.
I usually wear it every Monday, but I just don't feel like making a statement today.

Where it would normally slip under the level of general consciousness, the last thing I want to do today is remind everyone around me that yes, I saw that disaster as well.
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