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Old 12-19-2010, 09:51 AM   #1
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Week 15: Redskins vs Cowboys Gameday thread

Here's to beatin the shit outta the pukes.

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Good luck Rexy!!! Givem hell boys!!!
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Old 12-19-2010, 10:27 AM   #3
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Yeah..............................
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Old 12-19-2010, 10:35 AM   #4
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It is PFT...so take it for what it's worth. But, others at NFL Network are making the analysis or different assessments.

The Washington Redskins’ decision this week to bench Donovan McNabb in favor of Rex Grossman has a lot of people asking, What is Mike Shanahan thinking?

Perhaps he’s thinking about drafting a quarterback in 2011 — and thinking that losing the final three games gives him a better chance of acquiring the quarterback he wants.

That was the subject of a discussion this morning on NFL Network, focusing on whether Shanahan is throwing the rest of the season so he can get a high draft pick next year.

“They’re really thinking about drafting a quarterback,” NFL Network reporter Michael Lombardi said. “The move to Rex Grossman, I’ve been told reliably by people in the Washington organization, has nothing to do with him being the quarterback of the future. It’s about them being in position next year to draft a quarterback.”

NFL Network analyst Marshall Faulk also suggested that the Redskins, who are currently 5-8, would rather finish 5-11 than 8-8.

“Those five wins? That’s all they want,” Faulk said. “Five wins and 11 losses, that might put you in the Top 5. . . . If they can get in the Top 5, there’s a lot of good college quarterbacks coming out this year. . . . Is that throwing games? I don’t know. But you understand that Donovan McNabb gives you the best chance to win, and you start Rex, and John Beck is second and Donovan is third? You’re sending a crazy message.”

Warren Sapp was blunt in his assessment: “Right now they’re tanking the season looking for that Top 5 pick.”

So who would Shanahan want to draft with that Top 5 pick? Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck is widely regarded as the best prospect in the 2011 NFL draft. But he’s likely to go first overall, and it’s impossible for the Redskins to get the first overall pick, so tanking games to get Luck wouldn’t be a very smart strategy.

But there are other good quarterbacks Shanahan might covet, including Ryan Mallett of Arkansas and Cam Newton of Auburn. Would Shanahan want to lose the last three games of 2010 so he can draft one of those quarterbacks in 2011?

A team intentionally losing games to get good draft picks would be a terrible thing for the integrity of the National Football League. That the league’s own network is openly discussing the possibility of a team doing just that shows what a bizarre year it’s been in Washington.
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Old 12-19-2010, 10:42 AM   #5
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We lose 27-24. Yes, the offense will be better today.
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My prediction for the game... Sexy Rexy is going to play both ways, LEVEL Kitna, and throw for 3 TDs.
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It is PFT...so take it for what it's worth. But, others at NFL Network are making the analysis or different assessments.

The Washington Redskins’ decision this week to bench Donovan McNabb in favor of Rex Grossman has a lot of people asking, What is Mike Shanahan thinking?

Perhaps he’s thinking about drafting a quarterback in 2011 — and thinking that losing the final three games gives him a better chance of acquiring the quarterback he wants.

That was the subject of a discussion this morning on NFL Network, focusing on whether Shanahan is throwing the rest of the season so he can get a high draft pick next year.

“They’re really thinking about drafting a quarterback,” NFL Network reporter Michael Lombardi said. “The move to Rex Grossman, I’ve been told reliably by people in the Washington organization, has nothing to do with him being the quarterback of the future. It’s about them being in position next year to draft a quarterback.”

NFL Network analyst Marshall Faulk also suggested that the Redskins, who are currently 5-8, would rather finish 5-11 than 8-8.

“Those five wins? That’s all they want,” Faulk said. “Five wins and 11 losses, that might put you in the Top 5. . . . If they can get in the Top 5, there’s a lot of good college quarterbacks coming out this year. . . . Is that throwing games? I don’t know. But you understand that Donovan McNabb gives you the best chance to win, and you start Rex, and John Beck is second and Donovan is third? You’re sending a crazy message.”

Warren Sapp was blunt in his assessment: “Right now they’re tanking the season looking for that Top 5 pick.”

So who would Shanahan want to draft with that Top 5 pick? Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck is widely regarded as the best prospect in the 2011 NFL draft. But he’s likely to go first overall, and it’s impossible for the Redskins to get the first overall pick, so tanking games to get Luck wouldn’t be a very smart strategy.

But there are other good quarterbacks Shanahan might covet, including Ryan Mallett of Arkansas and Cam Newton of Auburn. Would Shanahan want to lose the last three games of 2010 so he can draft one of those quarterbacks in 2011?

A team intentionally losing games to get good draft picks would be a terrible thing for the integrity of the National Football League. That the league’s own network is openly discussing the possibility of a team doing just that shows what a bizarre year it’s been in Washington.
I've given this idea some thought too, but let's be real, we're not winning more than 1 or 2 the rest of the way anyway, regardless of who's at QB.

I think this has more to do with seeing if Rex can be a realistic starting option next year until a rookie is ready to go. Plus if Rex looks good, the Shanahans can further justify their decision to let McNabb go.
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I've given this idea some thought too, but let's be real, we're not winning more than 1 or 2 the rest of the way anyway, regardless of who's at QB.

I think this has more to do with seeing if Rex can be a realistic starting option next year until a rookie is ready to go. Plus if Rex looks good, the Shanahans can further justify their decision to let McNabb go.
While I do not think they're intentionally throwing games, I think the idea that they'd rather finish 5-11 than 8-8 is 100% true. I'm in that same boat too. I know it sends the wrong idea to the locker room that they're not trying to win, but 1/2 the locker room really should be gone next year anyways... I think whats best for this orginazation is to finish 5-11 and get a better draft pick....


..That being said, I hope we destroy Dallas today. At least if we can sweep the Cowboys this season can be worth something.
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Old 12-19-2010, 11:29 AM   #9
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I really think that Rex has prbally impressed the coaches with the way he ran the offense this year. He looked good in preseason, and very comfortable.

We will see what happens today, and I hope for the best! I'm rooting for you Rex!
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While I do not think they're intentionally throwing games, I think the idea that they'd rather finish 5-11 than 8-8 is 100% true. I'm in that same boat too. I know it sends the wrong idea to the locker room that they're not trying to win, but 1/2 the locker room really should be gone next year anyways... I think whats best for this orginazation is to finish 5-11 and get a better draft pick....


..That being said, I hope we destroy Dallas today. At least if we can sweep the Cowboys this season can be worth something.
Of course they would love to have a top 10 pick, but that's probably happening no matter who they start the rest of the way.
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Go long Rex
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Skins 49
Boys 17

Grossman 300 yards 3 tds
Torain 145 Yds 2 Tds
Moss 16 Rec 137 Yards 2 Tds

I called the BIG game for REX lmao ok It was just BS'n sround but i called it
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I will masterbate to a cowboys cheerleader if this happens.
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I will masterbate to a cowboys cheerleader if this happens.
I do that anyway LMAO
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no barber no williams for dallas. should help?????
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