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Old 11-03-2009, 07:11 PM   #46
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This "apology" is nonsense. If you read his comments very carefully, you'll find he's very deliberate with the word "we." At times he speaks of "we" when referring to the team's performance on the field. In other words, as much as it sounds like he's accepting responsibility, he's cleverly passing it off.
Isn't 'he' a part of 'we'?
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Old 11-03-2009, 07:11 PM   #47
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Old 11-03-2009, 07:14 PM   #48
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You guys really expect an owner, CEO, etc to come out and say "This is all my fault blah blah" or what? That's what Joe Gibbs was for... it ain't happening, get over it.

The most you'll get out of him is "We've brought in somebody to oversee football operations and be the hands-on guy to turn this team around." or whatever.
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Old 11-03-2009, 07:49 PM   #49
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Agree. He is directly responsible for disgracing this franchise with his poor leadership. Its beyond embarrassement at this freakin point.
Aman couldn't have said it better.
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Old 11-03-2009, 07:57 PM   #50
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If he's really sorry he'll send us a dozen red stemmed Chris Polians. Of course there are other varieties and they will be more then acceptable, but continuing to water that sorry excuse for a GM Cerrato will continue to be unacceptable.
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Old 11-03-2009, 08:01 PM   #51
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You guys really expect an owner, CEO, etc to come out and say "This is all my fault blah blah" or what? That's what Joe Gibbs was for... it ain't happening, get over it.

The most you'll get out of him is "We've brought in somebody to oversee football operations and be the hands-on guy to turn this team around." or whatever.
don't you mean that's what zorn is for, and as for all the "we" talk it's just old danny showing his style of leadership and what this team needs and lacks acountability, and until we have that from top to bottom we aren't going anywhere and as much as we all would love to think this is rock bottom hold on to your seats cause you ain't seen nothing yet, just wait til dec 6 that's gonna be ugly
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Old 11-03-2009, 08:07 PM   #52
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I don't think he needs to apologize. Does anyone really think he's happy with losing?
I agree. It was obvious from the start he is upset about the way we've played, but people should just be happy he came out and said something. I wouldn't give a crap if he never talked to the media, as long as he did something about it. Actions speak louder than words, which is why I don't care what Dan Snyder says as long as he does something about the state of this franchise.
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don't you mean that's what zorn is for, and as for all the "we" talk it's just old danny showing his style of leadership and what this team needs and lacks acountability, and until we have that from top to bottom we aren't going anywhere and as much as we all would love to think this is rock bottom hold on to your seats cause you ain't seen nothing yet, just wait til dec 6 that's gonna be ugly
Well at first Zorn kept talking about execution. Now when everything isn't his fault he takes the blame. However I still blame him for not activating Marko Mitchell. It's one of those things were Zorn really should be a martyr, but not to the extent that he is now.
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Well at first Zorn kept talking about execution. Now when everything isn't his fault he takes the blame. However I still blame him for not activating Marko Mitchell. It's one of those things were Zorn really should be a martyr, but not to the extent that he is now.
i would kill some one to see marko mitchell on the feild although he would be miss used, like the eagles game when we threw a fade to randle el, i really hope we keep and use marko he has the potential to be a game breaker just gotta get him on the field
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Old 11-03-2009, 08:26 PM   #55
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I agree. It was obvious from the start he is upset about the way we've played, but people should just be happy he came out and said something. I wouldn't give a crap if he never talked to the media, as long as he did something about it. Actions speak louder than words, which is why I don't care what Dan Snyder says as long as he does something about the state of this franchise.
i know mlmpetert put this in another thread but snyder has talked before
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Old 11-03-2009, 09:08 PM   #56
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ds ISN'T the skins problem, its NO Line and NO qb
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ds ISN'T the skins problem, its NO Line and NO qb
ds is the reason for both of those problems since he is the one who puts all the peices in place
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ds is the reason for both of those problems since he is the one who puts all the peices in place
No that's VC, snyder just wants to win man, he will finally realize VC is trash
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No that's VC, snyder just wants to win man, he will finally realize VC is trash
again snyder put him there so it's on snyder again snyder doesn't know what he is doing he thinks it's fantasy get the best players on paper and you'll win, not the case in real life
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No that's VC, snyder just wants to win man, he will finally realize VC is trash

How do you know Snyder wants to win? Just because he pays out money to big FA names? Guy is smart, he has maximized his profit with a losing product year in year out in a NFL market that is rather small anymore. He could maximze jersey, sweatshirt, and cap sales, etc, with a SB run, but that is it. With a 5 year waiting period for season tickets they guy is already at maximum capacity with regards to filling the stadium. Have the Skins had a game blacked out yet due to poor attendance like the Lions always do? Snyder knows his "market" rather well. Keep em hooked with new coaches, schemes, hot FA signings and they will come and buy crap. Thing is you are in DC, the place where all the tax loot comes in to feed ungodly large bureacracies along with lobbyists, etc. My point is Detroiters and folks in SE Michigan and the rest of the rust belt do not have the time or money to waste on overpriced circuses in the form of crappy football. Snyder chose his market well. It is small, yet loaded with dough. Couple that with the fact that we are a bread and circuses society anymore and you have a no lose situation for Snyder unless Skins fans show some balls and quit caring.
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