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Old 09-20-2010, 01:51 PM   #16
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Re: D Hall stepping up as a leader?

2 games played this season, 2 games in a row d hall says they had the perfect call but (insert player name) screwed up the execution.

d hall overrates d hall.
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Old 09-20-2010, 02:03 PM   #17
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What is Ray like Saden? Is he a nice guy?
I heard he has a killer personality.
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Old 09-20-2010, 02:23 PM   #18
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I agree with hall that our Nickel corner shouldn't be playing on the best receiver in the league on a crucial fourth down play.
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Old 09-20-2010, 02:25 PM   #19
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He's pissed, blowing off steam, etc. No big deal.

I like how when guys get fired up, we tell them to shut up. When they don't say anything, we blast them for not having enough fire.
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I heard he has a killer personality.
Actually, he is the kind of person guys would kill to be friends with.
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Old 09-20-2010, 02:25 PM   #21
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He's pissed, blowing off steam, etc. No big deal.

I like how when guys get fired up, we tell them to shut up. When they don't say anything, we blast them for not having enough fire.
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Old 09-20-2010, 02:28 PM   #22
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Dear all Redskins fans,

As frustrated as you are that we lost, imagine what the D feels like. I invite all of YOU to STFU(as someone else so eloquently put it). Thank you D Hall for caring.

Sincerely,

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Old 09-20-2010, 02:35 PM   #23
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This is definitely not Hall's defense, there's still Orakpo and Fletcher to consider.. However, there's no questions that Hall's becoming a leader.. There was even an article explaining that Shanahan had a meeting wtih Hall, and asked him to be a leader..
Agree, this is without a doubt Fletchers defense and God forbid if he were to go down right now it would be a toss up between Daniels and Orakpo. At this point though I think Landry is a lot closer to taking over as the teams defensive leader. At the very least Landry is the leader in the secondary.

Still corners are getting danerously close in personallity to their wide reciever counterparts. Actually if anything they've surpassed them. Part of that might be because a new breed of receiver has emerged. I rarely hear T.O like quotes from Andre, Calvin, Fitz, Boldin, and Wayne, even our own Santana stays quiet. We also saw Randy Moss not lowering himself to trash talk when Revis called him a slouch. All the while it seems like more and more trash talk is coming from corners these days.

I kind of like that Hall wants to do this, but he probably could have gone about it more tactfully. You don't really need people to know this on Monday, rather let the week develop so by the time the game rolls around on Sunday the announcers know and inform everybody watching. Then again how about we just go do it without any talk. Send them on a Hall-iday without making a big fuss to the media.
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Old 09-20-2010, 02:51 PM   #24
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He's pissed, blowing off steam, etc. No big deal.

I like how when guys get fired up, we tell them to shut up. When they don't say anything, we blast them for not having enough fire.
Yeah, agreed.
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Re: D Hall stepping up as a leader?

one thing I didn't like is when hall said "One guy caught a pass on my side". That is basically a low blow to Rogers and Buch..
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Old 09-20-2010, 03:43 PM   #26
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He's pissed, blowing off steam, etc. No big deal.

I like how when guys get fired up, we tell them to shut up. When they don't say anything, we blast them for not having enough fire.
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Old 09-20-2010, 03:54 PM   #27
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Actually, he is the kind of person guys would kill to be friends with.
To Shay,

This would be a better description.

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Old 09-20-2010, 04:41 PM   #28
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This is definitely not Hall's defense, there's still Orakpo and Fletcher to consider.. However, there's no questions that Hall's becoming a leader.. There was even an article explaining that Shanahan had a meeting wtih Hall, and asked him to be a leader..

And not to mention, Hall looks like he bulked up a little bit, and improved his playings.. I hope he is having a pro-bowl season this year, it would help our defense lot..

Our front 7 looked good yesterday, pressuring Schuab almost whole game.. And our secondary didn't look good.. But we need to remember that The defense only played two games together with tthe new schemes and all.. We need to give it some time for the guys to understand everything and hopefully, the team will click and play lights out..

If a coach has to call a player into a meeting to ask the player to become a leader, the odds of that player becoming an effective leader are slim.

General Eisenhower did not need to call General Patton to his tent to ask General Patton to be a leader...
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Old 09-20-2010, 04:52 PM   #29
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Re: D Hall stepping up as a leader?

we all know damn well it's not his defense, but it doesnt have to be "his defense" for him to be a leader nor does he have to be the best player on the D to be a leader. Rock was a leader on this team for years and he was not the most talented guy on the team or the most publicly vocal. i like him getting fired up though, he's mad about the game like he should be. i would be too if i were him, he should have been covering Andre... not saying that Buch did anything wrong that play, (who knows, as we don't know the play call. lord knows if he didnt come off andre to watch the underneath stuff that would've got them a first down we'd be ripping him a new asshole right now) but D Hall is our best corner and has played like it the last two game. however, i wouldnt have gone to the media like this... but my opinion of him doesnt change because of this. all this has done is made him put his money where his mouth is. he's ready for a challenge and ready to go and there's nothing wrong with that, i like it. all eyes are on him now.


on a side note, and i hate to go here... but just imagine if we had 21 back there with Laron
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Old 09-20-2010, 04:54 PM   #30
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Hall - Pro Bowler (proven)

Fletcher - Borderline HOFer

Landry - Pro Bowler (2011)

Orakpo - BEAST



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