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Old 10-11-2009, 10:48 PM   #46
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Good points Deezel. He might be agreeable to drafting some o-linemen too.
Bet your ass he would. He knows the Skins Super Bowl teams won because of dominant O line play, good Defenses and whoever the hell they had available to suit up at QB, RB and WR. With the exception of the 1982 team. Riggins, of course, consumed the Dolphins with firebolts from his eyes and bolts of lightning from his arse.:headbange
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Bet your ass he would. He knows the Skins Super Bowl teams won because of dominant O line play, good Defenses and whoever the hell they had available to suit up at QB, RB and WR. With the exception of the 1982 team. Riggins, of course, consumed the Dolphins with firebolts from his eyes and bolts of lightning from his arse.:headbange
You're not William Wallace. William Wallace is 7 feet tall.
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Old 10-11-2009, 10:50 PM   #48
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Bet your ass he would. He knows the Skins Super Bowl teams won because of dominant O line play, good Defenses and whoever the hell they had available to suit up at QB, RB and WR. With the exception of the 1982 team. Riggins, of course, consumed the Dolphins with firebolts from his eyes and bolts of lightning from his arse.:headbange
Hell yeah! I'd love to see those days again. I'm so tired of this s**t.
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If Orakpo keeps up his recent pace, he'll end up with about 12 sacks.
How about the sack they took away for him lining up in the neutral zone. That hurt to. Did the Panthers get points off that drive?
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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
Yeah, sorry. I'm drunk. The iggles put 33 on the Bucs. Doesn't change the blow chunks part.
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I'm going to use this at work all week. lmao
I put it in quotes because that's what Doc Walker has been calling them for a while. Wish I could take credit.
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Yeah, sorry. I'm drunk. The iggles put 33 on the Bucs. Doesn't change the blow chunks part.
Atleast you got it half right
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Imagine if he played primarily at DE.
Orakpo has no business playing LB, he is a beast at getting to the QB. He is a liablity in pass coverage can't our coaches see that. Wait to Witten and Boss get a hold of him. Put him on the other side where Daniels is or something cause his talents are wasted dropping into coverage.
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Didn't Joe Gibbs also get a guy named Sean Taylor and Chris Cooley??
He also got JC and Carlos Rogers
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Orakpo has no business playing LB, he is a beast at getting to the QB. He is a liablity in pass coverage can't our coaches see that. Wait to Witten and Boss get a hold of him. Put him on the other side where Daniels is or something cause his talents are wasted dropping into coverage.
Or we could just play him at DE full time. Seems like every time he has a hand in the dirt he's either at the QB or breathing down his neck.
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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..
He drop that pass but he did lay out for it. It would have been a very tough catch for a guy who can't start. I think Devin can have more positive impact than Kelly right now. Kelly is a ghost out there.
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Old 10-11-2009, 11:20 PM   #57
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I agree with moving Orakpo back to DE idea.. I don't understand why Blache still haven't.. Perhaps it's because we don't have anybody else to play SLB? But I'm sure Horton could take over the position.. Horton plays like LB when he's close to the scrimmage line.. We would have all best players on the field if we do those changes..

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He drop that pass but he did lay out for it. It would have been a very tough catch for a guy who can't start. I think Devin can have more positive impact than Kelly right now. Kelly is a ghost out there.
True, he did lay out for it.. It might, as well, should have been pass interference.. But the ball did hit right into his hands..
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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.
We had three possessions i know where penalties and not being able to get a couple of yards killed the drive. JC completed a 17 yard play that was brought by a penalty, the play where Beason stop Davis from getting two yards & the one where Davis went midair and almost fumbled. We got to find ways to keep drives going, but the first thing we need to do unless we are giving up on the season is call up some FA O-lineman ASAP!!!!
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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.
No more BS about bringing in guys from the past "days of glory" here. We brought Gibbs back with mixed results. Bugel stayed on after Gibbs left and hasn't really been to show us any magic with his O line now has he? As with the question about Zorn being able to be a HC, being a QB coach for 10 years, do you think Grimm would be any better? Why hasn't he been picked up for a HC position? You have heard his name popping up in the past for some jobs, but no hires. This is a new era, a whole new ballgame as to the one where Gibbs won it all 3 times. Trying to recapture a part of the glorious past might sell you some tickets for awhile, but it doesn't mean you are going to build a winner. Plus unlike Jack, who let the GM and co work their magic, you have little Danny managing his real life fantasy team.
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Also look at recent history of the Skins' coaches post Gibbs I. You have had 6 different men coaching(not counting Terry Robiskie since he only coached half a season) and only 2 of those(Marty, Coach Gibbs) had HC experience. Marty could have turned it around if not for him wanting the GM position, and Gibbs of course got us to the playoffs twice. Do you really want to play the odds on a newbie HC? Think about it of the newbies we hired as HC, Norv was the most competent one of the bunch. I mean Norv Turner, come on!!!? We land a Cowher or Shanny, or land the best OC out there for the HC. Hell, I would take Brian Billick if he wanted the job. If Grimm was so great his ass would have been a HC by now.
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