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Old 10-12-2009, 11:22 PM   #31
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Dolphins could also be 1-4 after tonight
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:24 PM   #32
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flicking back and forth between games on the sunday ticket , i mean comparing other teams to us its easy to see ,we are a bad team , basic offensive plays seem so easy to say the Texans or the Broncos i mean christ josh mcdaniels has that offense looking good at times..how long has there QB been in the system months ?? . i know there d is good too but theres something to build on .but really friggin kyle orton he looks great ...and shaub for the texans, he can run professional football plays ....cambell is not even close ...look at what other teams are doing to the teams we played they are crushing them ...ryan for the falcons is a darn good quarterback ....we got nuttin im afraid....we are a shell of a team we are the new bungles man it is bad we are the leagues joke right now
You know, initial reaction is to try to argue points, but it appears you are dead on. Sad but true.
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:28 PM   #33
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flicking back and forth between games on the sunday ticket , i mean comparing other teams to us its easy to see ,we are a bad team , basic offensive plays seem so easy to say the Texans or the Broncos i mean christ josh mcdaniels has that offense looking good at times..how long has there QB been in the system months ?? . i know there d is good too but theres something to build on .but really friggin kyle orton he looks great ...and shaub for the texans, he can run professional football plays ....cambell is not even close ...look at what other teams are doing to the teams we played they are crushing them ...ryan for the falcons is a darn good quarterback ....we got nuttin im afraid....we are a shell of a team we are the new bungles man it is bad we are the leagues joke right now
Didn't the Texans lose? Didn't they get stuffed four times at the goal line?
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It's simple really. Parcells understands football is a team game. Snyderatto thinks a bunch of me's can come together and win. Um, no.
Well, it's painfully obvious that cerrato and snyder suck at putting a team together, and picking a coach...but until snyder realizes you can't have friends in the front office, this will continue to be a problem. I used to think Snyder would eventually get it considering his willingness to spend to win, but it appears I was wrong. Just like I was wrong about Campbell. Time to replace Snyder, Zorn and Campbell.
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Didn't the Texans lose? Didn't they get stuffed four times at the goal line?
Didn't they play a better game than we did?
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:36 PM   #36
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Dolphins could also be 1-4 after tonight
And it was also Parcells' who famously coined the phrase "you're as good as your record," but even if they end up 1-4 tonight, they're still a better team than the Skins. No question in my mind really. They're running all over a damn good Jets D, and doing it with a QB starting his second game.
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:38 PM   #37
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Kind of a silly argument at this point... who's the better loser
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Well, it's painfully obvious that cerrato and snyder suck at putting a team together, and picking a coach...but until snyder realizes you can't have friends in the front office, this will continue to be a problem. I used to think Snyder would eventually get it considering his willingness to spend to win, but it appears I was wrong. Just like I was wrong about Campbell. Time to replace Snyder, Zorn and Campbell.
Willingness to spend and desire to win doesn't mean a thing unfortunately. Snyder still hasn't learned that big names/big dollars do not = wins. As evidenced by how hard he's pushing for Shanahan.

If he's got such a hard on to win and spend money, then back the Brinks truck up in the driveway of a good GM.
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:41 PM   #39
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Kind of a silly argument at this point... who's the better loser
Not really. Not when you're talking about the structure/future of an organization. In that regard, Miami craps on us. Easily really.
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Not really. Not when you're talking about the structure/future of an organization. In that regard, Miami craps on us. Easily really.
Yeah but do you think any of that is a consolation to Parcells? At the end of the day they'll be sitting home in January just like us. It's a results business.
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:46 PM   #41
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Didn't they play a better game than we did?
Didn't watch the game wouldn't know. Either way they still lost.

Anyhow, I just find it funny how when the Redskins lose this board suddenly has no trouble finding all the great things about every other team in the NFL. Like everybody else is flawless and has all the answers to everything...though no one is really talking much about the Brown, Rams, Bills, Jaguars, or Raiders today...
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Didn't watch the game wouldn't know. Either way they still lost.

Anyhow, I just find it funny how when the Redskins lose this board suddenly has no trouble finding all the great things about every other team in the NFL. Like everybody else is flawless and has all the answers to everything...though no one is really talking much about the Brown, Rams, Bills, Jaguars, or Raiders today...
Don't fool yourself SS, we're on that list too. Our team isn't playing like a middle of the road team. We're playing like we want Colt McCoy or Tim Tebow in the first round of the draft, with the first or second pick.
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:52 PM   #43
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Yeah but do you think any of that is a consolation to Parcells? At the end of the day they'll be sitting home in January just like us. It's a results business.
We'll see. Pretty early to say they won't make the playoffs, no? They just took the lead on a nice throw by Henne, and if they hang on they'll be a game out of first in the AFC East with 3/4 of the season yet to play. Their o-line is young, their QB is young, the WRs are young, and they have a pretty stout D by the looks of it. Anyone talking about the Dolphins as a league joke?

I'd take Miami over the Skins in a heartbeat right now.
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:57 PM   #44
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It's making me sick to my stomach watching Mark Sanchez. This kid is mature beyond his years and has an incredible touch on his passes. He was worth 2 first rounders or whatever they were asking to allow us to trade down and snag him.

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Old 10-12-2009, 11:59 PM   #45
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OMG. Braylon Edwards and Mark Sanchez. Holy Shit. I at least tip my hat to Vinny and Danny for trying to get Sanchez. Kid is sick.
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