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Old 11-16-2010, 01:07 AM   #16
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How do you have 2 WEEKS to prepare for a team and they come in and violate your manhood? Then... had the nerve to pick a fight before the game AND COULDN'T BACK IT UP IN THEIR OWN DAMN YARD. Bunch of sucka's man.
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Old 11-16-2010, 01:33 AM   #17
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We are the second oldest team in the NFL...Are we destined to be a team of underachieving old farts under Snyder ownership? Every time they mention old teams on national TV the Redskins are leading the pack. I envy teams like Chiefs and Bucs. They reloaded and they can only get better with time. We got to get younger and faster.
The fastest way to get younger and faster, not to mention less cap prohibitive is to stockpile and make wise draft picks. It's time to stop thinking that we are a free agent away from a deep playoff run. Teams like New England, Philly, and Green Bay are loaded with young players selected through the draft. Snyder always seems to be on a 2-3 year plan without sufficient picks to get younger, so we build more through FA than through the draft. We've had it backward for years, and will continue to be mediocre at best until we change our approach to building the team.
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Old 11-16-2010, 02:12 AM   #18
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True. The only aspect of this game that I like was the running of Williams. We had no defense, offense, or ST play. Someone needs to lose thier job over this. I'm all about giving people time to grow where they are planted, but this type of performance is unacceptable.

Side note, we did put up 28 points. That's the highest since we played Oakland in December last year.
Probably wouldn't have happened if the Eagles didn't almost always have a four-touchdown lead after the 1st quarter...Their defense took it down a few notches after the big lead.
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Old 11-16-2010, 02:22 AM   #19
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The fastest way to get younger and faster, not to mention less cap prohibitive is to stockpile and make wise draft picks. It's time to stop thinking that we are a free agent away from a deep playoff run. Teams like New England, Philly, and Green Bay are loaded with young players selected through the draft. Snyder always seems to be on a 2-3 year plan without sufficient picks to get younger, so we build more through FA than through the draft. We've had it backward for years, and will continue to be mediocre at best until we change our approach to building the team.
We can also trade away guys like Fletch and Moss for picks. However, not only is the number of picks is important, but which year the picks are in, as some draft classes are stronger than others.
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Old 11-16-2010, 02:40 AM   #20
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You usually don't get really good draft picks from trading veterans, even if they're good performers. The only time I've seen knockout draft picks offered were for "franchise" qb's (Chicago was obviously on one).

The teams that stockpile picks usually do so during the draft. If there's a player that slips that another team really wants, you sacrifice short-term for future gain. If the scouting department has done its job, there should be three or four players you're willing to draft if the others are taken- meaning, trade back if you can. Trade current picks for more picks down the road.

Unfortunately, we're almost at a point where we'll need every pick we have during the upcoming drafts. I just hope BA is saavy enough to get it done- is the fanbase amenable to doing it the right way, even if it means having 3 or 4 win seasons for the next few years?
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Old 11-16-2010, 03:07 AM   #21
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Probably wouldn't have happened if the Eagles didn't almost always have a four-touchdown lead after the 1st quarter...Their defense took it down a few notches after the big lead.
After they scored 35 points, they mercifully let us make plays. There's no way we sniff 28 points if they didn't dial it down. Everytime we acted like we were going to try to get something going, they just knocked us back down. I wish we could put up 28 points on Off.. There's no way to put a spin on this one folks, sorry.
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Old 11-16-2010, 03:52 AM   #22
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Monday night was a disgrace! Comin' off the bye...and see this! Tried to pound square pegs into round holes with the 3-4 D this season...it isn't working!!!! WILL NOT beat Titans on Sunday...can't beat an AFC opponent. And the new contract...unbelievable!!!! Lucky to win 2 games rest of season. OOONOOOO we suck again!!!!!
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Old 11-16-2010, 04:27 AM   #23
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We don't suck. We had our ass kicked by A good team with the best QB in the NFL playing LIGHTS OUT.

Stop acting like you got your Barbie doll snatch away. 7 games left. We got our ASS kicked 2night.

Shit happens...not that bad,but it happens. Lets just hope that it does'nt happen again.
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Old 11-16-2010, 05:23 AM   #24
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Here's an interesting question. Who will make the playoffs first? The Wizards who are emphasizing building through the draft or the Redskins who continue to take a win now approach to the offseason.
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Old 11-16-2010, 05:24 AM   #25
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Last time I checked it still only counts as 1 loss whether you lose by 1 or by 50 points. And i'm pretty sure the Eagles only get 1 win out of the deal as well.
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Old 11-16-2010, 05:27 AM   #26
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Last time I checked it still only counts as 1 loss whether you lose by 1 or by 50 points. And i'm pretty sure the Eagles only get 1 win out of the deal as well.
But now you have a team that's loosing faith in the system, lacking self confidence, and game film that lays out a blueprint for how to simply manhandle our defense.
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Old 11-16-2010, 06:22 AM   #27
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But now you have a team that's loosing faith in the system, lacking self confidence, and game film that lays out a blueprint for how to simply manhandle our defense.
I would agree about the losing self confidence part. But few teams even have the personnel to do what the Eagles did last night. They could do nothing wrong right after they returner dropped the opening kickoff.
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Old 11-16-2010, 06:41 AM   #28
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You usually don't get really good draft picks from trading veterans, even if they're good performers. The only time I've seen knockout draft picks offered were for "franchise" qb's (Chicago was obviously on one).

The teams that stockpile picks usually do so during the draft. If there's a player that slips that another team really wants, you sacrifice short-term for future gain. If the scouting department has done its job, there should be three or four players you're willing to draft if the others are taken- meaning, trade back if you can. Trade current picks for more picks down the road.

Unfortunately, we're almost at a point where we'll need every pick we have during the upcoming drafts. I just hope BA is saavy enough to get it done- is the fanbase amenable to doing it the right way, even if it means having 3 or 4 win seasons for the next few years?
Problem is, we're headed for 3-4 win seasons and still not doing it the right way.
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Old 11-16-2010, 06:48 AM   #29
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There is no way in hell this team goes to the playoffs this year. We are not 1 or 2 players away from a playoff season. We need to build through the draft and badly overhaul this team. Sadly, it could take a few seasons, but we need to get younger and faster.
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Old 11-16-2010, 07:25 AM   #30
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Yea I don't see how they keep haslett
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