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Old 10-22-2009, 05:44 PM   #76
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Re: Should Snyder listen to his players?

Snyder should tell his players to listen to the coaches. Also, Snyder should tune in to 106.7 and listen to the LaVar Arrington sports talk show. You can tell that LaVar is my favorite Redskin, even though he doesnít play anymore. In fact, Portis should listen to LaVarís show also.
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Old 10-22-2009, 05:48 PM   #77
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LaVar fired his assistant for not having the car warmed up for him at 6:00AM.
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Old 10-23-2009, 05:17 AM   #78
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LaVar fired his assistant for not having the car warmed up for him at 6:00AM.
LOL..........Lord knows he can't ride the bike anymore!
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Old 10-24-2009, 07:15 PM   #79
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Might be a little off topic but i wasnt sure this belonged as an individual thread. Got this forward from a redskins fan whose a friend of mine...sent it to redskins organization. funny thing is that this comes after everytime i talk football with him he seemed faithful in the skins. It was directed to snyder:

Couldn't take it any more so this went to Dan Snyder's email police this morning. I'm sure he'll never see it, but I feel better adding to the pile of complaints I understand they are being pounded with.

Dan, I am 44 years old and a life-long Skins fan since I began going to games at RFK in the early 70's. I gave back my season tickets a couple years ago and am finding it harder and harder to enjoy the team you have made a mockery of. I drove to Minneapolis for the Super Bowl win and regularly drove from Philadelphia where I now live to attend Skins games.

Gone is the intimidating but classy feeling in the arena that existed at RFK, replaced now by a dis-jointed bunch of drunks screaming "hey you suck" over and over again... even when we're behind in games and doing all the sucking. What a joke and what a shame.

You may be able to buy material objects like our beloved football team, but no amount of money will buy back class in your stadium or the raucous but family-like environment that previously existed there under the Cookes. The parking is a horror show, but you don't care as you collect more $.

You and Cerrato, who is an absolute clown, should have the class to look in the mirror and take responsibility for the meddling and poor decision making, rather than continue to push the blame onto the next convenient scape-goat. Norv Turner, a Cowboys product, for 7 long years? Great decision, really in touch with football and the fan base, Dan. Randel El for that cap number. Please.

The reality is I can live with ups and downs, I've gotten used to it. I can no longer ignore the grotesque decision making that you have no business being a part of... moving the band into exile was a stroke of genius, Dan. More seats, more cash for Dan. Thanks, Dan.

Taking the play calling from the head coach is the perfect example of your selfish, short-sighted megalomaniacal ownership style. Jim Zorn should have turned in his playbook and revealed you for the inept, little rich twerp that you are.

Again, you can buy the team but you'll never buy class until you hold yourself accountable and recognize your strengths and weaknesses; hopefully for all our sake you grow up some day and give us back the great franchise that you continue to make the laughing-stock of the league.
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Old 10-24-2009, 07:34 PM   #80
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calling names isn't very classy of your pal
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Old 10-24-2009, 11:05 PM   #81
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Might be a little off topic but i wasnt sure this belonged as an individual thread. Got this forward from a redskins fan whose a friend of mine...sent it to redskins organization. funny thing is that this comes after everytime i talk football with him he seemed faithful in the skins. It was directed to snyder:

Couldn't take it any more so this went to Dan Snyder's email police this morning. I'm sure he'll never see it, but I feel better adding to the pile of complaints I understand they are being pounded with.

Dan, I am 44 years old and a life-long Skins fan since I began going to games at RFK in the early 70's. I gave back my season tickets a couple years ago and am finding it harder and harder to enjoy the team you have made a mockery of. I drove to Minneapolis for the Super Bowl win and regularly drove from Philadelphia where I now live to attend Skins games.

Gone is the intimidating but classy feeling in the arena that existed at RFK, replaced now by a dis-jointed bunch of drunks screaming "hey you suck" over and over again... even when we're behind in games and doing all the sucking. What a joke and what a shame.

You may be able to buy material objects like our beloved football team, but no amount of money will buy back class in your stadium or the raucous but family-like environment that previously existed there under the Cookes. The parking is a horror show, but you don't care as you collect more $.

You and Cerrato, who is an absolute clown, should have the class to look in the mirror and take responsibility for the meddling and poor decision making, rather than continue to push the blame onto the next convenient scape-goat. Norv Turner, a Cowboys product, for 7 long years? Great decision, really in touch with football and the fan base, Dan. Randel El for that cap number. Please.

The reality is I can live with ups and downs, I've gotten used to it. I can no longer ignore the grotesque decision making that you have no business being a part of... moving the band into exile was a stroke of genius, Dan. More seats, more cash for Dan. Thanks, Dan.

Taking the play calling from the head coach is the perfect example of your selfish, short-sighted megalomaniacal ownership style. Jim Zorn should have turned in his playbook and revealed you for the inept, little rich twerp that you are.

Again, you can buy the team but you'll never buy class until you hold yourself accountable and recognize your strengths and weaknesses; hopefully for all our sake you grow up some day and give us back the great franchise that you continue to make the laughing-stock of the league.
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Old 10-24-2009, 11:09 PM   #82
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The term grotesque. It speaks volumes about this situation.
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Old 10-25-2009, 11:06 AM   #83
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What's he talking about?
Another fired up fan with a lot to say, but not much that makes any sense.
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Old 10-25-2009, 11:33 AM   #84
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Another fired up fan with a lot to say, but not much that makes any sense.
This is why we need Dexter Manley to be General Manager.
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Old 10-25-2009, 12:59 PM   #85
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Another fired up fan with a lot to say, but not much that makes any sense.
Why is it so non-sensical? He's saying the game day experience has changed, management is out of touch with fans, and it makes poor decisions. Dude give examples for all of it. Okay maybe calling Norv a cowboy product for being the OC is a bit much.
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Old 10-25-2009, 01:03 PM   #86
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Re: Should Snyder listen to his players?

On today's fox pre game show, Jay Glazer mentioned that Snyder DID NOT endorse Zorn for the rest of the season, only Vinny.
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Old 10-26-2009, 02:01 PM   #87
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At least DS was honest with Brian Mitchell yesterday when he told him that he should have kept him, but he took advice that he admitted was wrong.
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