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Old 10-13-2009, 08:03 PM   #121
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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...
Because of 1 thread?
Listen, the skins are sucking...a lot of us use the Skins as a way to get away from reality. We love the skins like family, and sometimes you need to bitch about family. I understand you want to try to go against the grain and show us the lighter side or the "it's not as bad as you think" side, but fact is, unless we make the playoffs, most of us will consider this season a huge bust. Guess what, we are NOT making the playoffs playing like this. Someone needs to light a fire under this team, and if that means throwing Zorn out on his ear, then so be it.
You pointed out the Browns / Rams (who we almost lost to), Bills, Jags, and Raiders as teams we are not talking too much about. Why should we? They suck, and we have similarities to those teams which upsets most of us cause this should NOT have happened. For most of us to face facts that we are a bottom 10 teams (or worse) hurts. Let em grieve.
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Old 10-13-2009, 08:41 PM   #122
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Re: It's a joy watching other teams play

You know what was sad was watching the Dolphins yesterday line up in a running formation and the Jets defense knew what was coming and they couldn't stop it. It really hearkened back to when the Hogs and Riggins used to cram it down people's throats. Just sad to watch our once proud franchise of great tradition and winning join the ranks of the lions, Rams, and Buccaneers.
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Old 10-13-2009, 08:43 PM   #123
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You know what was sad was watching the Dolphins yesterday line up in a running formation and the Jets defense knew what was coming and they couldn't stop it. It really hearkened back to when the Hogs and Riggins used to cram it down people's throats. Just sad to watch our once proud franchise of great tradition and winning join the ranks of the lions, Rams, and Buccaneers.
I liked the QB draw and the roll-outs as well. 2 things Campbell CAN do well.

BTW, anyone notice Chase Daniels was waived? I'm sure it's been mentioned already.
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Old 10-13-2009, 11:06 PM   #124
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I'm sure Snyder was impressed w/ Zorn but Zorn was not our first or second choice. I've got to believe he was a desperation hire. Cowher, Spags, Fassel all didn't work out (in Fassel's case, i think he was hired and Snyder changed his mind after a fan uproar).

What's troubling to me is that Snyder was "shocked" when JG's retired. Shocked? How can you run your organization w/out a "short" list of potential candidates especially when your coach, JG, was old and going on the 5th year of a 5 yr deal.

In hind sight, we did interview Josh McDaniel's, Ryan, Schwartz, and Spags...and we ended up w/ Jim Zorn? How did that happen?
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Old 10-14-2009, 10:11 PM   #125
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I was just thinking how much I love watching Ed Reed play. I wonder what's his ratio of touches v. scores. This guy will be an instant Hall of Famer. He's probably my favorite non-Redskin.
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I was just thinking how much I love watching Ed Reed play. I wonder what's his ratio of touches v. scores. This guy will be an instant Hall of Famer. He's probably my favorite non-Redskin.
Snyder should pay him to teach Hall how to tackle and Rogers how to catch.
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