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Old 10-13-2009, 03:31 AM   #121
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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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Old 10-13-2009, 03:36 AM   #122
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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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Old 10-13-2009, 06:25 AM   #123
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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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I think this Sunday vs KC if we dont win this game at home we are looking at a possible 4-12 season. When we play the Raiders thats not even a for sure win because we go to the west coast that kills us like last season vs 49ers.
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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.
Well considering it takes a 1st round QB 2-3 years to develop and 1st round O-linemen can play right away, it actually makes more sense to draft a QB next year (we should be in position to land Tebow or McCoy), sit them for a year, then draft linemen in in later rounds in 2010 and the 1st round in 2011. That way, in 2011, you've got your star QB ready to go behind a solid O-line; whereas if you went OL in 2010 and QB in 2011, you wouldnt be seeing returns on your QB investment until 2012 or 2013.
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