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Old 10-12-2009, 02:09 PM   #106
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Calling a sweep in your own endzone: stupid. Burning your last timeout with 8 mins left in the game, because you don't like the defense: stupid. Zorn: stupid. Fire Zorn: smart.

WTF ever happened to the trap play? HB power? So f'ing ridiculous. This is high school shit, and Zorn doesn't even get it. He's too busy trying to run end-arounds and HB options. Major f'ing douche. GTFO Zorn.

JC is like a scared little puppy. Almost all of the sacks we've had are his fault. He's gotta get the ball out quicker, but it seems he won't throw a pass unless the guy is wide open. Maybe it's because the WRs aren't running good routes, but I think he's just too scared. GTFO JC.

Where the F was Cooley? He's our leading receiver, and I don't even think he was targeted once. Stupid Zorn, just stupid.
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Old 10-12-2009, 02:25 PM   #107
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Calling a sweep in your own endzone: stupid. Burning your last timeout with 8 mins left in the game, because you don't like the defense: stupid. Zorn: stupid. Fire Zorn: smart.

WTF ever happened to the trap play? HB power? So f'ing ridiculous. This is high school shit, and Zorn doesn't even get it. He's too busy trying to run end-arounds and HB options. Major f'ing douche. GTFO Zorn.

JC is like a scared little puppy. Almost all of the sacks we've had are his fault. He's gotta get the ball out quicker, but it seems he won't throw a pass unless the guy is wide open. Maybe it's because the WRs aren't running good routes, but I think he's just too scared. GTFO JC.

Where the F was Cooley? He's our leading receiver, and I don't even think he was targeted once. Stupid Zorn, just stupid.
Well Cooley was not targeted to help "The Animal" D'Batiste
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Well Cooley was not targeted to help "The Animal" D'Batiste
Yeah, but that's no excuse for me. He can stay in to block, but not every play. That's a waste, IMO. Portis can block -- why not use him for that and just never run the ball?
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Originally Posted by SmootSmack;606872 Why didn't he step in at guard, [B
slide Big Mike over to RT[/B] where he has started and move Heyer over to LT yesterday when Samuels went down? Heyer is no great shakes at left tackle, but at least he has experience on that side.
I think that Big Mike is the reason that we didn't do that, but who knows with what's been going on this year.
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I dunno, seems that Gibbs did the best he could and in the end he could barely raise the team's head out of the water. Now they've fallen flat back on their faces without him. It's going to take some drastic changes, ones that I'm not sure Snyder is willing to make. So it looks like we're destined to toil around in mediocrity until Snyder finally realizes his way is the wrong way.
That's pretty much the long and short of it. We can get amped up about individual coaches/players, but until the overall philosophy of this organization changes, it will be more of the same, year in and year out.

Snyder needs to look no further than his boy Jerrah to see that his way doesn't work. Danny is walking down that path, and the Cowboys haven't sniffed a playoff win since I was in high school (I'm 31).
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JC would not fumble often if we have O-line to protect him.. This goes to every QB in the league..
I honestly am worried about Jason Campbells saftey at this point. When we start playing some of these teams after the bye, we seirously are going to need to protect with 9 guys to try to keep him upright. Seriously, he's gonna wind up in the hospital. The protection is that bad.
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I honestly am worried about Jason Campbells saftey at this point. When we start playing some of these teams after the bye, we seirously are going to need to protect with 9 guys to try to keep him upright. Seriously, he's gonna wind up in the hospital. The protection is that bad.
He's going to look like Brunnel before he left, Forrest Gump as a child. "Mama said they'd be my magic shoes!"
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I honestly am worried about Jason Campbells saftey at this point. When we start playing some of these teams after the bye, we seirously are going to need to protect with 9 guys to try to keep him upright. Seriously, he's gonna wind up in the hospital. The protection is that bad.
I get the feeling that this team just doesn't like young QBs. Patrick Ramsey came here and he was shellshocked by Spurrier's fun 'n' gun. Gibbs didn't want to groom a young QB so he brought Brunell's old ass and kicked Ramsey to the curb. Gibbs refused to put Campbell in when Brunell was washed up, and between the end of Gibbs and now Zorn, they refuse to put a healthy solid offensive line in front of him.

Mark Sanchez got lucky alright, he would have had a concussion with the crappy line that we have by now.
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I get the feeling that this team just doesn't like young QBs. Patrick Ramsey came here and he was shellshocked by Spurrier's fun 'n' gun. Gibbs didn't want to groom a young QB so he brought Brunell's old ass and kicked Ramsey to the curb. Gibbs refused to put Campbell in when Brunell was washed up, and between the end of Gibbs and now Zorn, they refuse to put a healthy solid offensive line in front of him.

Mark Sanchez got lucky alright, he would have had a concussion with the crappy line that we have by now.
Not surprising given Snyder's lack of patience.
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Antoine Winfield would have pancaked Delhomme. Hall is soft.
Imagine what #21 would have done to him. It would have been like his slobberknocker of a hit on the helpless punter in the Pro Bowl. Hall should be ashamed of that effort.
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Imagine what #21 would have done to him. It would have been like his slobberknocker of a hit on the helpless punter in the Pro Bowl. Hall should be ashamed of that effort.
Delhomme would have just fallen down.
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I honestly am worried about Jason Campbells saftey at this point. When we start playing some of these teams after the bye, we seirously are going to need to protect with 9 guys to try to keep him upright. Seriously, he's gonna wind up in the hospital. The protection is that bad.
Yeah that's why i don't understand drafting a QB next year, let's be real i highly doubt we will be in the running for the super bowl anytime soon. The faster we get our o-line right the faster i think we can draft another QB. I really worried about JC as well hope he can get through the season ok.
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Calling a sweep in your own endzone: stupid.
Yeah I was like we can't get in the end zone running a sweep what makes them think we can get out. Someone is stubborn between him and Smith. I think they should let Smith go and let Sherm Lewis take his position. We don't need to dumb asses. Zorn is enough. I just feel like Smith has his head up his ass. Zorn seems like he is pretty humble. Smith not so much.
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The way the current CBA is set up, we can offer him a RFA tender at 120% of his current salary, (which comes to roughly $3 million dollars) and receive compensation for him if he leaves.

This would not prevent the Redskins from bringing in outside competition for the job.
IF it's a uncapped season. I would totally do this. I would keep Campbell for emergency purposes. Let Collin old ass go. If Colt shows us some discipline in preseason keep him and then draft a QB. Problem with that is we need OLs. I would get a free agent OL and Draft a QB with your first pick (Bradford - if not I would get a OL with the first). The rest OL and maybe pick up a sleeper RB with your last pick. We'd have to sign a free agent LB also. But someone who produces and can take Orakpo's spot. Because he can't cover ish!!
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I honestly am worried about Jason Campbells saftey at this point. When we start playing some of these teams after the bye, we seirously are going to need to protect with 9 guys to try to keep him upright. Seriously, he's gonna wind up in the hospital. The protection is that bad.
You are serioulsy right. Our O-line is just down right sad. They had a Jail break with a 4 man rush and we kept Cooley in to help.
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