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Old 05-04-2011, 03:44 PM   #31
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Old 05-04-2011, 04:33 PM   #32
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^ Awesome start a thread on it, I am sure plenty folks want to hear about your adventure!
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Old 05-04-2011, 04:35 PM   #33
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We have to resign Brown. 2010 rules most likely means no Harris and no Joesph. Rumors also have the Buc's working out a long term deal with Joseph.

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Old 05-04-2011, 04:42 PM   #34
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Didn't feel like another thread lol, I hope we keep him and he really seemed Like he enjoyed his time in WSH. One thing I can say is JB thinks MS is a damn good football coach and liked DS also. I really couldn't ask him much though.
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Old 05-04-2011, 04:44 PM   #35
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Didn't feel like another thread lol, I hope we keep him and he really seemed Like he enjoyed his time in WSH. One thing I can say is JB thinks MS is a damn good football coach and liked DS also. I really couldn't ask him much though.
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Old 05-04-2011, 05:09 PM   #36
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The way I see it once Free Agency gets started we will sign VY to be our QB. We will give him limited plays until he learns the offense. Grossman or Beck will be the starter. In 2012 draft we will be able to get a good QB maybe Luck will fall to us because most teams that needed a QB picked a QB other than the bills, cardinals, & seahawks. We will release Grossman or Beck in 2012 and we will have VY starting for three years and then the QB we draft in 2012 will takeover. HTTR.
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Old 05-04-2011, 09:13 PM   #37
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I found this article to be a little weak actually. I think it states the obvious - at least what's obvious to the intelligent football fan: building through the draft is the smart move.

And saying that we're likely to take a step back doesn't make much sense to me. Consider:

- It will be hard to get QB play much worse that what we had last year. McNabb was awful, look at the numbers. When we put Grossman in we had a great deal more production per game. We also had a lot of turnovers, but McNabb wasn't great in that regard either.

- We haven't even gone through the free agency period yet. There are still plenty of impact players available. It seems silly to assume we're building through the draft now and thus precluding ourselves from building through free agency as well. In the end, the idea is to get Shanahan/Haslett type players, any way you can.

- The offensive line has not been upgraded personnel-wise (yet), but should get better regardless. Trent Williams is likely to grow in his second season and Jamaal Brown is likely to get healthier.

- Last year our only effective runner was Ryan Torain. But as we all know a team must have more than one effective runner (especially considering Torain is hurt so often). The rookies will make an immediate impact in the running game.

- Having a second capable saftety in Atogwe will make a big difference. And having a second pass rush threat will make a big difference.

I think our offense will get very aggressive. We'll be putting up crazy yards, and probably turning it over a lot. I don't think we'll make the playoffs but there's so many sources of potential improvement for the 'Skins.

Agreed. I don't expect a playoff season, but I do expect a more fun season watching a very young team grow and play aggressively.
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Old 05-05-2011, 12:09 PM   #38
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I know it is only a rumor, but what is everyone's thought about Matt Hasselbeck coming to DC
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Old 05-05-2011, 12:49 PM   #39
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DEs - Carricker, Alexander/Holliday
NT - A. Bryant/Jenkins
OLBs - Orakpo, Kerrigan
ILBs - Fletcher, Blades/Riley
CB - Hall, Asomugha (if not, Buchanon/B. Thompson)
SS - Landry
FS - Otogwe
I could be wrong but I thought we drafted Jenkins to play mostly DE?
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Old 05-05-2011, 02:22 PM   #40
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If the Redskins win fewer than 6 games this year, then there would be good reason to heap a lot of scorn on Shanahan and company. The reason has nothing to do with whom he drafted or anything about the schemes or anything at all attached to roster creation.

If the Redsksins win fewer than 6 games this year there should be floggings at Redskins Park on the basis of the schedule.

The Redskins get to play the NFC West this year. There are no great teams in the NFC West; there are two bad teams and two mediocre teams there. That represents 4 games against less than fearsome opponents.

In addition, the Redskins get to play the Bills (when did that team last have a winning season) and the Panthers (or should I call them the Pantloads?) There are two more games against less than fearsome opponents.

The Skins have 6 games against mediocre to bad teams right there. If they end this season at 4-12 against that competition, somebody's head ought to roll.
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Old 05-05-2011, 03:19 PM   #41
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I know it is only a rumor, but what is everyone's thought about Matt Hasselbeck coming to DC
With the way free agency is shaping up I group the QB's as follows.

"I will accept no less then a starting job." - Marc Bulger, Matt Hasselbeck,

"I better have a good chance of winning the starting job" - Alex Smith, Matt Leinart,

"I'll settle for a backup job, but a starting job would be nice" - Senneca Wallace, Matt Moore

"Can I haz job? Any j0b will be K." - Brady Quinn.
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Old 05-05-2011, 03:30 PM   #42
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I know it is only a rumor, but what is everyone's thought about Matt Hasselbeck coming to DC
Hass has a hard time staying on the field because of health issues. For this reason I would prefer (gulp) to have Vince Young.
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With the way free agency is shaping up I group the QB's as follows.

"I will accept no less then a starting job." - Marc Bulger, Matt Hasselbeck,

"I better have a good chance of winning the starting job" - Alex Smith, Matt Leinart,

"I'll settle for a backup job, but a starting job would be nice" - Senneca Wallace, Matt Moore

"Can I haz job? Any j0b will be K." - Brady Quinn.
Where does Tarvaris Jackson fit?
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Old 05-05-2011, 03:44 PM   #44
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Redsk1, you are correct. It is possible that the team will be worse than last year. And yet I still believe we are heading in right direction. Shanny and Allen are trying to change the culture in Redskins organization and they are succeeding so far. Even Willie Parker said that Redskins organization didn't care about football, all players cared about was partying. The FO are trying to change that by bringing in young hard-working players (see Kerrigan, Hankerson, and etc..). That is what I care about the most.
I'm w/ you. Sure I'd love for the team to win 10 games next year. I'm ok winning 5 or 6 b/c I think we are heading in the right direction.
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We already had 1 hasselbeck
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