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Old 10-11-2009, 10:14 PM   #31
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Re: Smoot Lays the Smack Down (Redskins vs. Panthers)

Didn't Joe Gibbs also get a guy named Sean Taylor and Chris Cooley??
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Old 10-11-2009, 10:22 PM   #32
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No he screwed up big time on that final play. But it seems like everyone is suggesting that if we get the ball back, we were going to run down the field for a score even though we couldn't move the ball all day.

By the way i'm glad you posted the Smackdown on the warpath. Yeah i know it was only one additional click but somethings are better left untouched.
That sounds oddly familiar. Maybe it was my GF that said that.
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Old 10-11-2009, 10:24 PM   #33
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That sounds oddly familiar. Maybe it was my GF that said that.
He sounds like a smart man.
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He sounds like a smart man.
Smartass.
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Old 10-11-2009, 10:32 PM   #35
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Everyone else seem to forget about D. Thomas; he dropped the ball right when the ball hit him into his hand.. If he caught that ball, we more likely would have won the game..
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With apologies to DCPSR, I didn't want to wait to lay the smack down. So I'm going to temporarily divert from the new plan and post it directly on here today.

Let's get right to it. Time to lay the smack down

Jim Zorn Raise your hand if you're secretly hoping we keep losing up until the bye week just to end this failed Zorn as HC experiment and put us all out of our misery. Seriously though, I'm obviously not rooting for a Redskins loss ever, but Zorn is way overmatched. No timeouts with 8 minutes left that's poor coaching in my opinion. Especially the 4th down timeout. Always know before 3rd down what you would do on the 4th down. Nice guy it seems, and I hope he continues to have success in the NFL, but this just isn't the place for him.

Stephon Heyer Wow. I mean just wow. That "block" on the safety may just have been the ugliest block I've ever seen in football. That was u-g-l-y...and he ain't got no alibi

Byron Westbrook This is like Special Teams 101. Don't get blocked into your own guy. Especially when he's the returner trying to make a fair catch with the lead in the 4th quarter. Westbrook's second special teams mistake this year (at least), following the whiff on Hunter's beautiful punt inside the 5 against the Giants

DeAngelo Hall Nice job with the INT but how do you let Jake Delhomme go Allen Iverson 2002 on you and break your ankles on a 3rd and 8? You got posterized by Delhomme...on a running play? Sad dude, sad

President Joe Gibbs Say what? You're going to hate on Gibbs? Saint Gibbs? Blasphemous! It's all Vinny's fault....Let's get this straight. Huge, Kim Kardashian's derrier-huge Gibbs fan. But before we get on Vinny for not drafting linemen let's not forget it was Gibbs who was in charge who called for us to trade a 3rd and a 4th for Brandon Lloyd and a 3rd for TJ Duckett. With some more picks maybe we could have done more to address our needs.

Thinking Orakpo wasn't a good draft pick Ridiculous. Orakpo was a great, great pick. He will be a beast of a pass rusher. And if we hadn't drafted him there'd be chants of "why didn't we draft a pass rusher" Drafting Orakpo wasn't the problem. But not giving him more playing time at DE where he can actually rush the passer probably is.

Browns vs. Bills Just wanted to throw this in here because it was so horrible. Derek Anderson goes 2-17. 2-17. And he was the winning QB!

So what now? Well, who really knows. I guess the big question is how soon until Mike Shanahan takes over. Forget all this talk about Shanny not coming here. If we want him bad enough, we'll get him. In my opinion, to sign him mid-season we have to offer him a lot. A lot! Head coach, president, general manager, probably some ownership stake. Shanahan in charge of personnel scares me. But it could easily happen. And it probably will. Personally, I'd rather just ride out the season and get a Bruce Allen, Reggie McKenzie, type and pair him up with a Russ Grimm, Brian Schottenheimer or even Kyle Shanahan. Either way, things look bleak right now.
I agree. I'd like to see Grimm paired with a good personnel guy. The big name guys may lack the hunger that Grimm might bring. He could be the Offensive version of Mike Singletary, and he's got GLORY DAY REDSKIN DNA coursing through his veins. He would excite the "base" like no other. It's a Danny Boy cream his pants, wet dream special. Marketing glitz with actual results to go along with it.
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Smartass.
Haha for some reason i thought GF stood for grandfather
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Haha for some reason i thought GF was your grandfather
That would be weird for him to say that.
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That would be weird for him to say that.
Dude i'm a skins fan, a screw must be loose somewhere
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Everyone else seem to forget about D. Thomas; he dropped the ball right when the ball hit him into his hand.. If he caught that ball, we more likely would have won the game..
Yup. He's worth a finger point for sure. Our 3 "redshirt" pass catchers have been a gigantic disappointment. However who knows what their numbers look like if we have a half decent line?
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I agree. I'd like to see Grimm paired with a good personnel guy. The big name guys may lack the hunger that Grimm might bring. He could be the Offensive version of Mike Singletary, and he's got GLORY DAY REDSKIN DNA coursing through his veins. He would excite the "base" like no other. It's a Danny Boy cream his pants, wet dream special. Marketing glitz with actual results to go along with it.
Good points Deezel. He might be agreeable to drafting some o-linemen too.
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Yup. He's worth a finger point for sure. Our 3 "redshirt" pass catchers have been a gigantic disappointment. However who knows what their numbers look like if we have a half decent line?
I'm going to use this at work all week. lmao
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Everyone else seem to forget about D. Thomas; he dropped the ball right when the ball hit him into his hand.. If he caught that ball, we more likely would have won the game..
No diggity. Inexcusable. BUT, the Skins should be able to score TDs without the Defense giving them the ball on the 40 and 1 foot line, right? Is at least 1 long drive against an 0-3 team too much to ask?

BTW, the G-men put up 44 on the Bucs. That is how bad we are. So what if DT catches that ball? Maybe we win, maybe we lose. Either way, we still blow chunks.
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[QUOTE=44Deezel;606509]No diggity. Inexcusable. BUT, the Skins should be able to score TDs without the Defense giving them the ball on the 40 and 1 foot line, right? Is at least 1 long drive against an 0-3 team too much to ask?

BTW, the G-men put up 44 on the Bucs. That is how bad we are. So what if DT catches that ball? Maybe we win, maybe we lose. Either way, we still blow chunks.[/QUOT


You mean the raiders
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U sure u aren't married?
Been there done that. I've put the Smackdown on marriage for awhile.
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