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Old 04-23-2010, 10:05 PM   #166
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Re: AH trade II La Canfora insists AH is indeed on the trading block.

I like the McNabb move by itself, but knowing we have wasted another draft, we were better served keeping the picks and just drafting Lefevour or Pike, Stull, etc. WE really need linemen and linebackers. Not to mention a S and a CB. We really needed multiple picks. I wish Snyder could buy the Patriots' FO. Hindsight is 20/20 after all. I just hope we can get a decent FA for trading JC now, but that looks like a lost cause.
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Re: AH trade II La Canfora insists AH is indeed on the trading block.

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Here's what happened. Titans were trying to get him from us. We weren't trying to trade him there. We said the conversation doesn't begin until you can offer us at least a 2nd. Titans were then close to sending Bo Scaife in a deal to the Ravens that would get them a 2nd that would come to us. That deal fell through, Ravens took another TE in the draft, and that's the end of that.
Dang. So close. Good for the FO for holding their ground on a #2 pick. Thanks SS.
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I like the McNabb move by itself, but knowing we have wasted another draft, we were better served keeping the picks and just drafting Lefevour or Pike, Stull, etc. WE really need linemen and linebackers. Not to mention a S and a CB. We really needed multiple picks. I wish Snyder could buy the Patriots' FO.
What? You would rather have a lineman or linebacker, which is basically the equivalent of getting Rocky McIntosh or Chilo Rachel over a franchise QB?
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I like the McNabb move by itself, but knowing we have wasted another draft, we were better served keeping the picks and just drafting Lefevour or Pike, Stull, etc. WE really need linemen and linebackers. Not to mention a S and a CB. We really needed multiple picks. I wish Snyder could buy the Patriots' FO.
I think we are fine at S and DB, we do need OL and LB. Hopefully our next pick is an LB and somehow get a Faneca and or Kirk Morrison after the draft.
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I couldn't be happier. That four eyed, crooked hat, wanna be geek got pwned big time by Schefter and I love it.

Eat a dick Jared LaCanfora, eat an effing dick.

So let's get this straight, he tells the world that we were going to make the trade for Tenn's third and sticks by his story over and over again even though he was completely wrong the whole time. So not only did he make himself look like an idiot but he makes the NFLN look like second rate players compared to ESPN. And his butt buddy Jason Reid also looks like an idiot for jumping on his boat.

Some people may say that he was close to being right but in actuality as soon as he attached the 3rd rounder to the report he was 100% wrong.

Good luck with your new gig JLC, you look like the rookie who just got schooled by the saavy vet and to top it off it was involving the team that you went out of your way to discredit in order to further your career.

Who looks like the idiot now, JLC?
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What? You would rather have a lineman or linebacker, which is basically the equivalent of getting Rocky McIntosh or Chilo Rachel over a franchise QB?

McNabb is here for 5 years max and doesn't have the line or the WR corp that he had with Philly. Do you think he is going to win with this mediocre group he will be surrounded by minus his TE and stable of RB's. Have you looked at our LB depth lately? For a 3-4 it is pretty thin. I would draft a LB in the mid rounds as this draft is deep. Look at New England and the LBs they drafted. They are tight. Until we get a decent line any QB, even Manning is going to suck playing for us. McNabb is not going to be our long term franchise guy just for the fact that he doesn't have much to work with with the present roster on offense.
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I mean we still can land Bruce Campbell in the 4th round, which would help salvage this poor draft of ours. What if we had our 2nd and 5th back? WE could have landed anothe OL in the 2nd or a stud LB or S. We have multiple needs and for once it would be nice to fully utilize the draft for a change to meet them. I guess I am like a bunch of Obama voters, who expected change and got the same old shit. I hope I am wrong about the 2010 campaign, but the schedule is a bitch, and we really need an upgrade to do well!!!
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Campbell in the 4th would be great. If we got two starting calibre tackles in the draft it is a resounding success.

If Williams is the next Clady, we are in for a great run.
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Here's what happened. Titans were trying to get him from us. We weren't trying to trade him there. We said the conversation doesn't begin until you can offer us at least a 2nd. Titans were then close to sending Bo Scaife in a deal to the Ravens that would get them a 2nd that would come to us. That deal fell through, Ravens took another TE in the draft, and that's the end of that.
To further demonstrate just how confusing the many different media reports have been concerning the Haynesworth situation, Jason Reid of the WashPost reported the following today:

JLC - NFL Network reported this afternoon that Haynesworth would be moved today, likely to Tennessee in exchange for a 3rd round pick in tonight's draft. But Titans GM Mike Reinfeldt used language as strong as Shanahan's. "It a dead issue. It is not happening" Reinfeldt told the Tennessean. From our perspective there is nothing to report at all. I have not talked to the Redskins in a long time.

It's not difficult to understand why from a fans perspective, reading so many different and/or misleading reports could leave one in an absolute state of confusion.
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Campbell in the 4th would be great. If we got two starting calibre tackles in the draft it is a resounding success.

If Williams is the next Clady, we are in for a great run.
When you add in the Mcnabb (2nd Pick) and Jarmon (3rd Pick) additions, i would say that this would be the best draft haul in years.
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Old 04-23-2010, 11:29 PM   #176
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Shanny/Allen would have lost enormous street cred trading the best defensive player in football for a 2nd rd pick (let alone an effing 3rd).

...in a sense things haven't changed much that it requires other franchises saving the Skins FO from itself. But at any point it looks as though the relationship w/ Al won't be repaired. If we get lucky a top DT will get seriously injured so we get the kind of value Al is actually worth i.e. a 1st rd pick next year. I could see this if Minn sees one of the Williams go down.
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Shanny/Allen would have lost enormous street cred trading the best defensive player in football for a 2nd rd pick (let alone an effing 3rd).

...in a sense things haven't changed much that it requires other franchises saving the Skins FO from itself. But at any point it looks as though the relationship w/ Al won't be repaired. If we get lucky a top DT will get seriously injured so we get the kind of value Al is actually worth i.e. a 1st rd pick next year. I could see this if Minn sees one of the Williams go down.
Or maybe Albert will realize that he likes the new hybrid system and that it's not bad after all and Shanahan and him kiss and make up.
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I mean we still can land Bruce Campbell in the 4th round, which would help salvage this poor draft of ours. What if we had our 2nd and 5th back? WE could have landed anothe OL in the 2nd or a stud LB or S. We have multiple needs and for once it would be nice to fully utilize the draft for a change to meet them. I guess I am like a bunch of Obama voters, who expected change and got the same old shit. I hope I am wrong about the 2010 campaign, but the schedule is a bitch, and we really need an upgrade to do well!!!
Dude, you are just way to negative. There are a thousand ways to spin any action, and you seem like you have found a way to wrap them all in to one giant Turdball.

For the culture to change, which Shanny is trying to, the FO can't be in the desparation mode like you seem to be. They are taking reasonable steps, setting decent limits, and as much as they can, enforcing a disciplined and equal routine on all our players. A 3rd round pick, received at an unfair value, is a far worse move than keeping an overpaid player, who has said he will do whatever the coaches ask. Your desparation reminds me of Vinny last year rushing to the platform for Orakpo. It will be ok, we can take our time, use all our resources, and have a successful draft, and remolding of our Redskins.

As a reminder:
1st= T Williams - Franchise OL (yes I am hedging, but he will be an anchor somewhere on our line for 10 years)
2nd = D McNabb - Franchise QB for the next few years (still I wasn't a fan at all of the move, but McNabb's attitude and actions are swaying me)
3rd = J Jarmon - 1 year in already, very good pick up at the time and still alot of potential
4th = TBD - 3 possible OT's, Matt Tennant C, a solid potential QB or two, all are still available looks like this should be a productive pick
5th = TBD + Carriker (yes the FO actually gained a player without costing us an actual pick, only positioning)
6th = Vinny's fault (and along this line, your incessant call for trades would lead us down this type route) you build picks by not trading up unless absolutely necessary, and you let trades come to you, not vice versa.
7th = TBD possibly used in conjunction to move up a spot or two somewhere in rounds 4 or 5.


I don't think this counts as a shoddy draft.
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Old 04-24-2010, 12:42 AM   #179
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Here is a case where one of the so called "media experts" predicts something. If it happens the guy is a genius. If it doesn't then he CLAIMS that nobody was willing to pay the price.

On the flip side...I would say virtually every player is on the trade block if the price is right.
I will quote myself again because it is worth repeating. Some of you are not reading these posts and then saying things like: " oh I am tired of hearing about this, just get rid of him". This is a foolish attitude.

Albert has not done anything wrong so far. He will attend all required camps and practices and when he gets there he will bring a ton of thunder with him.
There is not comparable player in the NFL to Haynseworth. He must be accounted for on both the run and the pass. Same as Orakpo.
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Or maybe Albert will realize that he likes the new hybrid system and that it's not bad after all and Shanahan and him kiss and make up.
Assuming there's really anything to make up about. If anybody should be apologizing right now it should be the media for peddling crappy rumors.
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