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Old 10-18-2010, 01:15 AM   #1
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Was Shanahan Wrong Deactivating Haynesworth vs. Indy

Haynesworth comes off his best game of the year at Philly, and I can't help but think that he would've put forth another strong effort in his brother's memory. He supposedly showed up this week on Thursday, practiced hard, and wanted to play. I believe that Haynesworth was inactive for prior sins. At this point, why is he on the roster if Shanahan won't use him?
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Re: Was Shanahan Wrong Deactivating Haynesworth vs. Indy

Lack of practice time and maybe he's still not mentally ready to play after a big tragedy.
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Re: Was Shanahan Wrong Deactivating Haynesworth vs. Indy

Possibly mishandled, but I think complaining that he would have changed the outcome of this one is a case of 20-20 hindsight. All evidence points to the fact he wouldn't have.
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In my opinion he should have played. But if he's not playing he should be on the sidelines with his teammates, not up in a suite
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Absolutely not. He was perfectly in reason to do what he did. I would've loved to have Haynesworth out there tonight, but Haynesworth missed practice time this week and that's what happens. Obviously it wasn't through any fault of his own that he wasn't with the team last week but it's just something that happened. And Haynesworth wasn't coming off his best game of the year, Haynesworth was coming off a week off from the game due to what happened.

I don't think this had anything to do with "prior sins." This just had to do with Haynesworth coming back on Thursday, and obviously Shanny didn't think he was ready to play. Make no mistake he'll be back in the lineup against the Bears barring injury or some other unforeseen event. I think the Bears will be a great game for him to come back to as well, he should be able to pick up right where he left off against the Bears' o-line.
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In my opinion he should have played. But if he's not playing he should be on the sidelines with his teammates, not up in a suite
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I think he definitely should have been allowed to play.
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Re: Was Shanahan Wrong Deactivating Haynesworth vs. Indy

To my knowledge, we do not know what the...real motivation for deactivation was for?? In that light how can anybody accurately answer this question???
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In my opinion he should have played. But if he's not playing he should be on the sidelines with his teammates, not up in a suite
Any word on him being traded? I must say being this close to the trade deadline makes people wonder about this move.

And yeah, what's up with him being up in a suite?
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Re: Was Shanahan Wrong Deactivating Haynesworth vs. Indy

He may nor may not have done anything. He may have remedied the lack of the push up the middle, but Manning could have caught him in playing undisciplined and got a big play off of him.
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Any word on him being traded? I must say being this close to the trade deadline makes people wonder about this move.

And yeah, what's up with him being up in a suite?
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Maybe in the press conference Shanahan will answer that question.
Frankly I am not happy with the use of personnel on Defense. Don't get it.
The Packages with Vonnie Holiday as our sole DL is not working. We give up to much on the ground on the all LB defensive line. There were several long runs right up the middle today. I thought we were passed that. I guess not.
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Re: Was Shanahan Wrong Deactivating Haynesworth vs. Indy

AH should have played for sure. I think Shanny has an ego that cant be f-ed with and thats a bad thing
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AH should have played for sure. I think Shanny has an ego that cant be f-ed with and thats a bad thing
So does AH.
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Absolutely not. He was perfectly in reason to do what he did. I would've loved to have Haynesworth out there tonight, but Haynesworth missed practice time this week and that's what happens. Obviously it wasn't through any fault of his own that he wasn't with the team last week but it's just something that happened. And Haynesworth wasn't coming off his best game of the year, Haynesworth was coming off a week off from the game due to what happened.

I don't think this had anything to do with "prior sins." This just had to do with Haynesworth coming back on Thursday, and obviously Shanny didn't think he was ready to play. Make no mistake he'll be back in the lineup against the Bears barring injury or some other unforeseen event. I think the Bears will be a great game for him to come back to as well, he should be able to pick up right where he left off against the Bears' o-line.
Fair enough, but let's say for argument's sake that London Fletcher has a family emergency on a Wednesday and misses practice that day when the game plan is being installed. Do you think that the same rule applies? I think not.
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