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Old 08-09-2010, 03:12 PM   #76
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So do I. Haynesworth dominating would be great for our beloved Redskins. I just can't stand the guy. But winning changes a lot.

I could still see him traded by the deadline if a contender has a big need for a 4-3 DT.
Isn't that why we gave him a truckload of cash! Big guy better get it.
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This is one of the more ignorant posts I've read in a while. Sure, there are plenty of folks in the media who suck, but to pigeon-hole all of them with these generalizations is pretty weak. Just because Haynesworth could kick their asses, they shouldn't write anything about them? Ummm, by that rationale, there would basically no sports media in America. Most pro-athletes could beat up most media folk.

It's not a secret that Haynesworth isn't exactly a good guy. When he signed the biggest contract ever for a defensive player, he put himself under a big microscope. God forbid he toe the line. While I do think the media made it a WAAAY bigger deal than it really was, to say it was out of jealously is plain silly.

And then you finish it up by basically hoping that Haynesworth draws 15 yard penalties taking cheap shots in every game we play this season?
You are right Scud. ESPN has a long history of giving the Redskins a fair shake since Snyder has owned them. Couple that with the equal coverage of Revis possibly skipping the entire year (on a team that should be much more relevant to the nation than Washington) is further proof that I am wrong.

I never said the media shouldn't write anything about him but these jerk-offs who consistently use him as a punchline and say things about him that they would never say to his face are the ones who are gutless.

Btw, when a starting QB goes out there is a much better chance of victory. The Ravens won a championship putting out starting QBs on almost a weekly basis.
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You are right Scud. ESPN has a long history of giving the Redskins a fair shake since Snyder has owned them. Couple that with the equal coverage of Revis possibly skipping the entire year (on a team that should be much more relevant to the nation than Washington) is further proof that I am wrong.

I never said the media shouldn't write anything about him but these jerk-offs who consistently use him as a punchline and say things about him that they would never say to his face are the ones who are gutless.
I'm sure you'll just think I'm biased here, but your perception is not reality
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You are right Scud. ESPN has a long history of giving the Redskins a fair shake since Snyder has owned them. Couple that with the equal coverage of Revis possibly skipping the entire year (on a team that should be much more relevant to the nation than Washington) is further proof that I am wrong.

I never said the media shouldn't write anything about him but these jerk-offs who consistently use him as a punchline and say things about him that they would never say to his face are the ones who are gutless.

Btw, when a starting QB goes out there is a much better chance of victory. The Ravens won a championship putting out starting QBs on almost a weekly basis.
Yeah, I don't think anyone is scared little Danny. Maybe the reason why Danny is everyone's punchline is because he makes for a good target?
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Daniel Synder had made himself an easy target simply by trying to control the Redskins, the roster, and acting as a fan would if he was able to buy a the team. He has made alot of mistakes as an owner, which in turn makes him an easy target fo anyone in the media covering the Redskins.
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BTW I hope his new role on the team lasts for the rest of his tenure as our owner, and I do appreciate his desire to bring a Super Bowl back to DC.
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You are right Scud. ESPN has a long history of giving the Redskins a fair shake since Snyder has owned them. Couple that with the equal coverage of Revis possibly skipping the entire year (on a team that should be much more relevant to the nation than Washington) is further proof that I am wrong.

I never said the media shouldn't write anything about him but these jerk-offs who consistently use him as a punchline and say things about him that they would never say to his face are the ones who are gutless.

Btw, when a starting QB goes out there is a much better chance of victory. The Ravens won a championship putting out starting QBs on almost a weekly basis.
obviously you have never heard the story of how fat al and sean salisbury became pals Sean Salisbury Albert Haynesworth Fight | SportsGrid
i still can't beleive i'll be at fedex in 4 days hail!!!!
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That's a pretty cool story MLM.

These guys are definately not choir boys. LOL
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obviously you have never heard the story of how fat al and sean salisbury became pals Sean Salisbury Albert Haynesworth Fight | SportsGrid
i still can't beleive i'll be at fedex in 4 days hail!!!!
They were ON A BOAT!!! Hahaha. Funny story. Two idiots for sure.
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He passed the test. But let's be honest. AH is not Reggie White, he's not that type of player. Never has been and never will be. He doesn't have the drive to be a great player. He'll be out of the league in two years.
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Couple that with the equal coverage of Revis possibly skipping the entire year (on a team that should be much more relevant to the nation than Washington) is further proof that I am wrong
Well, well guess who Revis's uncle is? None other than the other "fat ****" Sean Gilbert!!

He's getting some great advice from him:

The possibility that it could be a long holdout isn't out of the question. Revis' uncle, former NFL defensive lineman Sean Gilbert, sat out the entire 1997 season in a contract dispute. Gilbert, whom Revis confides in, ended up getting traded from Washington to Carolina and got the big payday he sought.

Role model: "My uncle, Sean Gilbert, played in the NFL for 12 years. Every step I took, from high school to college to the pros, he taught me what I needed to do. I'm just blessed to have an uncle go through what I'm going through.
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Well, well guess who Revis's uncle is? None other than the other "fat ****" Sean Gilbert!!

He's getting some great advice from him:

The possibility that it could be a long holdout isn't out of the question. Revis' uncle, former NFL defensive lineman Sean Gilbert, sat out the entire 1997 season in a contract dispute. Gilbert, whom Revis confides in, ended up getting traded from Washington to Carolina and got the big payday he sought.

Role model: "My uncle, Sean Gilbert, played in the NFL for 12 years. Every step I took, from high school to college to the pros, he taught me what I needed to do. I'm just blessed to have an uncle go through what I'm going through.
Didn't know that Gilbert was his uncle. That thing was a mess back in 97. Revis deserves a pay raise but he needs to realize that he simply isn't going to get 15 mil a year.
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Well, well guess who Revis's uncle is? None other than the other "fat ****" Sean Gilbert!!

He's getting some great advice from him:

The possibility that it could be a long holdout isn't out of the question. Revis' uncle, former NFL defensive lineman Sean Gilbert, sat out the entire 1997 season in a contract dispute. Gilbert, whom Revis confides in, ended up getting traded from Washington to Carolina and got the big payday he sought.

Role model: "My uncle, Sean Gilbert, played in the NFL for 12 years. Every step I took, from high school to college to the pros, he taught me what I needed to do. I'm just blessed to have an uncle go through what I'm going through.
Some where Cerrato is thinking if he could have just traded away our entire draft to get Revis we would have been won the Super Bowl.
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Btw, when a starting QB goes out there is a much better chance of victory. The Ravens won a championship putting out starting QBs on almost a weekly basis.
The Ravens won a Super Bowl by playing just not good but "Great Team Defense"......not cheap or dirty football .I suggest you go back and see how many QB's they really did knock out of a game .
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I was at camp on Saturday for Fan Appreciation Day. He came out in pads with the rest of the team at 10:30ish a.m.

I was at the field at 9 a.m. and there were NO players out there, so either they had him outside at sunrise or they did it in the hallways inside the building...I guess they didn't want him to fail in front of a massive crowd.

It was good to see him participating though. Fans were mocking him the entire time, but he was out there.
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