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Old 04-07-2010, 11:41 AM   #136
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The reason he is not allowed to train there is because if he gets hurt then the Skins have to pay him while he is hurt.
I think he's hung up on the fact nobody called JC to tell him we were trading for Donovan. JC got his feelings hurt again.
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Old 04-07-2010, 11:41 AM   #137
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There are many "great guys" who arent in the league right now because they werent great players. JC is a class act, but noone is beating down the door to have him as their QB.
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Old 04-07-2010, 11:42 AM   #138
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Stan Humphries, Rich Gannon, Trent Green, Brad Johnson... All these guys where given up on too early. It all started when Rypien took us all the way. With Stan Humphries as the back-up, i was hoping the reigns would be handed over to him, but Rypien screwed up, got fat in canada, and came back as a shadow of his former self, while Stan turned an 0-4 team into the first to go from 0-4 to 11-5 and into the playoffs. Rich Gannon wasn't given a fair chance. I STILL have no clue why we let go of Trent Green. he was part of one of the best offenses of the last decade as a chief. Brad Johnson went straight from the redskins to the superbowl, and for who... Toney Banks? Coach Killer Jeff George!?! Poor Ramsey was cursed with a HORRIBLE coach and no-oline. The poor kid never had a chance. Then there was teh chump who I will not name that we traded for Santana. The guy was just like T.O., made tons of catches, but only on 1st and 2nd down. He was the opposite of Art Monk, whenever we needed the first, he dropped passes by Ramsey, Brunnel, and Hasselbeck. He's better now and i almost wouldn't mind him back on the team... but I trust him as much as T.O. ... which isn't much.

I not only wish Jason the best elsewhere, with our track record, i expect it.
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Old 04-07-2010, 11:44 AM   #139
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I think he's hung up on the fact nobody called JC to tell him we were trading for Donovan. JC got his feelings hurt again.
I wish I made all that money getting my feelings hurt. I do that for free everyday.LOL
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Old 04-07-2010, 11:50 AM   #140
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Yeah, everyone is treating Jason Campbell like a fucking newborn little CHIA pet. The guy is an underachieving, soft spoken little girl who cant get it done. Enough with the sentiment. Who cares about his feelings. All this "We should respect him more" and "JC, thanks for the memories" shit is making me sick. What memories? The memory that when he finally got hurt at the end of the year a couple years back, and got replaced, we made a run to the playoffs without him? Bye JC, dont let the door hit you on your "butt" on the way out.

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Old 04-07-2010, 12:26 PM   #141
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There are many "great guys" who arent in the league right now because they werent great players. JC is a class act, but noone is beating down the door to have him as their QB.
So true
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Stan Humphries, Rich Gannon, Trent Green, Brad Johnson... All these guys where given up on too early. It all started when Rypien took us all the way. With Stan Humphries as the back-up, i was hoping the reigns would be handed over to him, but Rypien screwed up, got fat in canada, and came back as a shadow of his former self, while Stan turned an 0-4 team into the first to go from 0-4 to 11-5 and into the playoffs. Rich Gannon wasn't given a fair chance. I STILL have no clue why we let go of Trent Green. he was part of one of the best offenses of the last decade as a chief. Brad Johnson went straight from the redskins to the superbowl, and for who... Toney Banks? Coach Killer Jeff George!?! Poor Ramsey was cursed with a HORRIBLE coach and no-oline. The poor kid never had a chance. Then there was teh chump who I will not name that we traded for Santana. The guy was just like T.O., made tons of catches, but only on 1st and 2nd down. He was the opposite of Art Monk, whenever we needed the first, he dropped passes by Ramsey, Brunnel, and Hasselbeck. He's better now and i almost wouldn't mind him back on the team... but I trust him as much as T.O. ... which isn't much.

I not only wish Jason the best elsewhere, with our track record, i expect it.
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Old 04-07-2010, 12:37 PM   #143
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Old 04-07-2010, 12:39 PM   #144
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Wow...we haven't had a good "Patrick Ramsey didn't get a fair chance!" debate for a few years!


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Funny how it seemed that all the announcers and sport media always had so many nice things to say about JC but no one is knocking down our door to get him. I'm thinking that we are going to need to package him by adding our 3rd round pick if we even have one left. LOL

If I was JC I'd want to go to a team with warm weather because sitting around watching a game from the bench in cold weather sucks.
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Funny how it seemed that all the announcers and sport media always had so many nice things to say about JC but no one is knocking down our door to get him. I'm thinking that we are going to need to package him by adding our 3rd round pick if we even have one left. LOL

If I was JC I'd want to go to a team with warm weather because sitting around watching a game from the bench in cold weather sucks.
Ya, but injuries occur more in cold weather, it could be an interesting decision. Go to buffalo, hope the starting QB pulls a hammy in the cold, then you got your shot to checkdown and shine!!!!!

He's such a classy guy.
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Old 04-07-2010, 02:10 PM   #147
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I actuall hope the best for the guy but I just don't see him as a starter for than maybe a year or two then he will be riding the pine.
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There are many "great guys" who arent in the league right now because they werent great players. JC is a class act, but noone is beating down the door to have him as their QB.
I think that class act part might have helped him on some level. I mean he's obviously a talent but in a league with guys like Pacman Jones I'm pretty sure it's made people want to believe in JC a little more then they would otherwise. I guess what I'm trying to say is that if JC had complained a year or two earlier it would have been so much easier to get rid of him, however his demeanor makes people want to root for him and makes people want to be around him.

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I think he's hung up on the fact nobody called JC to tell him we were trading for Donovan. JC got his feelings hurt again.
Do you mean before the trade was finished? Because if so thats a great way to create a leak. You tell Jason that you're seriously trying to trade for McNabb, Jason tells a friend, that friend ends up as an anonymous source somewhere.
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I'm thinking that we are going to need to package him by adding our 3rd round pick if we even have one left. LOL
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Better to remain silent and be thought the fool, than speak and remove all doubt
Cute. Pointless, but cute.

How bout this one, "He who does not learn from the past is doomed to repeat it." People tell me not to re-hash the past but that's exactly what our new management is doing! The Shan-man turn McNabb into the next Elway and Allen wants to be like George and create his own 'Over The Hill Gang'.

Seems that I'm not the onlyone looking back. We're looking forward too. I'm just looking forward in less rosey glasses. Look, I don't care if they somehow snagged Peyton Manning and reeled in Adam Vinetari, until our offensive line is repared, i'm not gonna be happy, ESPECIALY with an injury prone QB like McNabb. The biggest improvement he'll have is the running game, but he's getting a downgrade in o-line and receivers.

You do the math: Older QB (injury Prone) + crappy line + crappy backup = ???
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