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Old 10-11-2010, 08:39 PM   #1
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DT now a Panther

Devin Thomas is now Carolina Panther.NFL.com news: Panthers claim WR Thomas to boost stagnant offense
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Old 10-11-2010, 08:43 PM   #2
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Would've liked to see him here. Would've finally liked a tall young target. Ah well.
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Old 10-11-2010, 08:54 PM   #3
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Wish him the best of luck. Hope this decision doesn't come back to bite us at some point.
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Old 10-11-2010, 09:14 PM   #4
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GTripp nightmare scenario: Jimmy Clausen and DT become a Manning/Harrison combination and dominate for 10 years.
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Old 10-11-2010, 09:17 PM   #5
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Didn't take him long to find a job, the question now is, will he be willing to go to work.
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Old 10-11-2010, 10:01 PM   #6
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GTripp nightmare scenario: Jimmy Clausen and DT become a Manning/Harrison combination and dominate for 10 years.
LOL you beat me to it.
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Old 10-11-2010, 10:10 PM   #7
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If he has some bad habits, he may have not learned his lesson geting picked up so quick. It just seems he was given a hard time. Regardless of when he was drafted, he still contributed and seemingly more valuable than Roydell Williams. A ton of money wasn't saved cutting him either.
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Old 10-11-2010, 10:31 PM   #8
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Is it some kind of...well kept secret how much we need a legit #1 reciever? Anybody think the Shanahan's, the other 48 coaches, scouts and front office people are unaware of this?
If DT had shown any sense over the last 3 years of being a reliable, hard working, producing starter, anybody really think he would not be starting....now?
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Is it some kind of...well kept secret how much we need a legit #1 reciever? Anybody think the Shanahan's, the other 48 coaches, scouts and front office people are unaware of this?
If DT had shown any sense over the last 3 years of being a reliable, hard working, producing starter, anybody really think he would not be starting....now?
Exactly. I am all for clearing out anyone they don't see fitting in to their scheme. At least those who stay will be onboard, and we will have honest evaluations going forward.
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Is it some kind of...well kept secret how much we need a legit #1 reciever? Anybody think the Shanahan's, the other 48 coaches, scouts and front office people are unaware of this?
If DT had shown any sense over the last 3 years of being a reliable, hard working, producing starter, anybody really think he would not be starting....now?
This is the thing. When you watch other teams toying around with the likes of James Jones and Jordy Nelson you wonder if a player is just not being utilized.
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YOU are correct CRR. This team has wasted way to much money and time on guys that should not have been aquired....AND then waiting forever for the "never to come" pay off. It is SERIOUSLY refreshing that the new regime can cut ties, walk away with the "come bust your ass and maybe you can be a proud Redskin" philosphy for he next candidate..........
Shanny talks continuosly of "building something here" type jargon...Love it!
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Old 10-11-2010, 10:42 PM   #12
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Well I guess we all will get to see if we were right or wrong pretty soon.

He starts and shines= we screwed up.
He starts and doesn't see the ball thrown his way= SSDD.
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Old 10-11-2010, 10:44 PM   #13
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So they signed Devin Thomas "to boost stagnant offense" ?

Good luck with that Panthers.
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YOU are correct CRR. This team has wasted way to much money and time on guys that should not have been aquired....AND then waiting forever for the "never to come" pay off. It is SERIOUSLY refreshing that the new regime can cut ties, walk away with the "come bust your ass and maybe you can be a proud Redskin" philosphy for he next candidate..........
Shanny talks continuosly of "building something here" type jargon...Love it!
The same may be said about McNabb.
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This is the thing. When you watch other teams toying around with the likes of James Jones and Jordy Nelson you wonder if a player is just not being utilized.
I wonder the same thing, but with DT...how many years does he get? I mean we have done this and done this with players with HUGE deals that never come to fruition. I REALLY liked DT and was excited when they drafted him. Damn disappointed he didn't work out.
That is why a guy like Shanny is SO damn valuable. I would keep the bastard forever hoping he would get it. I don't think emotion is part of the equation for MS. AND it should not be or?????? YOU have the Redskins roster problems.
AND finally it is....ridiculous that I as a fan, (even if I was an exceptionally astute fan) am qualified in ANY way to make those decisions.
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