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Old 12-28-2009, 04:11 PM   #31
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Back to back winning seasons and no playoffs
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Old 12-28-2009, 06:02 PM   #32
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Jim Zorn's opportunities


After the Redskins fire Jim Zorn, he is not expected to have to wait long for his next employment opportunity. Amongst the other teams -- that's right, teams -- that will be interested is the Cleveland Browns. New Browns president Mike Holmgren hired Zorn in Seattle, and was one of his biggest champions for the job in Washington. Now that Zorn will be free, and Cleveland is assumed to be making changes, Zorn is expected to have the chance to land in Cleveland if he doesn't take another coaching opportunity first. The other offensive coach that could be ticketed for Cleveland is former Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis, who wants to remain in the Midwest. Weis's agent is Bob LaMonte, who also happens to represent Holmgren, and LaMonte is the master at matching his clients with one another. Weis might have other opportunities, but he might have the opportunity to work in Cleveland.



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Would it not be funny as hell if the Jets made the playoffs and then ended up playing and knocking the Colts out of the playoffs.
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Old 12-29-2009, 12:05 AM   #34
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Charles Tillman just took a nasty shot to the ribs and had to get carted off very quickly and was getting oxygen while it happened. Very scary. Hope he's okay. I'm not expert, but I'll do my best Skinny Tee impression and say that he had some kind of broken ribs that are affecting his lungs.
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Jim Zorn's opportunities


After the Redskins fire Jim Zorn, he is not expected to have to wait long for his next employment opportunity.
Amongst the other teams -- that's right, teams -- that will be interested is the Cleveland Browns. New Browns president Mike Holmgren hired Zorn in Seattle, and was one of his biggest champions for the job in Washington. Now that Zorn will be free, and Cleveland is assumed to be making changes, Zorn is expected to have the chance to land in Cleveland if he doesn't take another coaching opportunity first. The other offensive coach that could be ticketed for Cleveland is former Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis, who wants to remain in the Midwest. Weis's agent is Bob LaMonte, who also happens to represent Holmgren, and LaMonte is the master at matching his clients with one another. Weis might have other opportunities, but he might have the opportunity to work in Cleveland.



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Old 12-29-2009, 12:46 AM   #36
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OT in Chicago.

Cutler to throw a pick?
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Is That Suisam kicking that ... or an FSU kicker ... wide right .
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Old 12-29-2009, 12:59 AM   #38
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AP, what a schmuck.
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Antoine "toast" Winfield.
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nice to see Favre go down even if it means that Cutler did well
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Say what you want about Cutler but those last 2 td's were great throws. Thanks Bears.Now i get to go see 2 -hopefully- games in the Dome.
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Old 12-29-2009, 08:22 AM   #42
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Former Redskins Practice Squader Devin Aromashodu getting it done in Chicago, good for him.
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Old 12-29-2009, 01:36 PM   #43
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I went to bed when Cutler kneeled down to kill the 4th quarter. He had some nice throws, and some not so nice ones. He's got virtually no names to throw to, but he made it work last night. Still not sure it's enough to save Lovie's job...

It seems to me teams are stacking the box to stop AP and it's turned Favre into the mistake-prone gunslinger of the past. If the Eagles beat the Cowboys, you're looking at the Vikings hosting the Cowboys during the First Round of the playoffs. A team that has lost 3 of the last 4 and is struggling to keep afloat vs. a team who's overcome the December demons. Could be interesting...
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I thought Favre played pretty good last night. Yeah he had the fumble but he didn't throw any INTs on 40 attempts.

I'm wondering more about the Vikings D and the run blocking from the OL.
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Former Redskins Practice Squader Devin Aromashodu getting it done in Chicago, good for him.
Uh oh, one got away from Hixon.
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