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Old 06-02-2011, 12:39 PM   #46
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Having a veteran presence at WR is going to be huge with all the young guys we now have. Couple that with his production and I'd imagine he's going to be a high priority once the league opens for business.
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Old 06-02-2011, 12:52 PM   #47
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Bottom line, is anyone else currently on the roster ready to step up and fill his shoes? Doubt it.
I can think of at least four guys who deserve the opportunity. And if they fail, they fail. But I think it's a better process than holding on dearly to whatever Moss can continue to give us in the next two years.

I agree with you that he'll be a hot commodity on the FA market. I can see both Portis and Moss in New England next year. They are very much the Belichick kind of player.
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Old 06-02-2011, 12:59 PM   #48
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PORTIS is a Belichick type of player!?

In what world?
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Old 06-02-2011, 01:26 PM   #49
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PORTIS is a Belichick type of player!?

In what world?
The world where putting a blitzing ILB on his ass is a skill desired to allow Brady to get the ball down the field to less-than-ideal deep threats.
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I don't see Banks making the cut. The WRs that were drafted this off-season all have return experience. If that isn't writing on the wall then I don't know what is. I"m quite positive Banks is one of those "club" guys that Willie Parker was referring to as well. Banks doesn't really bring anything to the table at the WR spot. (at least Cribbs and Hester do)
Why would we get rid of possibly the 2nd or 3rd best return man in the game? Because of some worthless thug at a nightclub that thinks it's alright to stab people?

How long has it been since we've had an elite return man? Have you guys already gotten cocky and forgotten how much of a pain it was to have ARE go left and right or having only solid but not great returns from Rock Cartwright and Ladell?

With penalties this past year he took the ball yard 5 or 6 times. I seriously doubt the team would get rid of him.
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Old 06-02-2011, 01:31 PM   #51
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The world where putting a blitzing ILB on his ass is a skill desired to allow Brady to get the ball down the field to less-than-ideal deep threats.
And what about staying quiet and not causing any drama and speaking out?
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Old 06-02-2011, 02:00 PM   #52
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Banks when healthy was downright electrifying last year, how many returns did he have called back due to penalty? I think they will find a spot for him, he's just too good on returns to let go.
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Banks when healthy was downright electrifying last year, how many returns did he have called back due to penalty? I think they will find a spot for him, he's just too good on returns to let go.
I agree. When he stepped on the field we had a real sense of anticipation. It was exciting and they need to bring him back. WR slots will be at a premium this year. Hope we get a good crew out of the bunch.
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Old 06-02-2011, 03:17 PM   #54
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And what about staying quiet and not causing any drama and speaking out?
Who cares, really? That can be problematic in Washington when the team loses every year and Portis gets to put his take on what went wrong, but in New England stuff like that would never happen.
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PORTIS is a Belichick type of player!?

In what world?
I agree w/GT & I've been saying it for a while too, NE might be a good place for CP. Belicheck signs aging vets for specialty roles & he keeps some around a long time, e.g. Troy Brown & Kevin Faulk, who was really a very avg. RB, but became a reliable 3rd down back. CP can play that role in NE.

Belicheck has brought in guys just as mouthy as CP; e.g. R.Moss, Rodney Harrison.
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Keep moss. Period.
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I can think of at least four guys who deserve the opportunity. And if they fail, they fail. But I think it's a better process than holding on dearly to whatever Moss can continue to give us in the next two years.

I agree with you that he'll be a hot commodity on the FA market. I can see both Portis and Moss in New England next year. They are very much the Belichick kind of player.


Not sure about CP but Moss would thrive there.
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Old 06-02-2011, 04:41 PM   #58
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Not sure why Moss would want to come back to a team with no QB and one that isn't going to the playoffs.....unless he feels this is the place that will pay the most for his services.
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Old 06-02-2011, 04:43 PM   #59
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Banks when healthy was downright electrifying last year, how many returns did he have called back due to penalty? I think they will find a spot for him, he's just too good on returns to let go.
X2. He flips the filed position. Gotta find a way to keep Banks.
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Old 06-02-2011, 04:45 PM   #60
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Not sure why Moss would want to come back to a team with no QB and one that isn't going to the playoffs.....unless he feels this is the place that will pay the most for his services.
Because he doesn't want to latch onto a team that's already succcessful. After everything he's put into this team he wants to win or lose with the Redskins. He'd rather win with a team he's dedicated most of his career to than just be be an add-on to an already winning team. And he'd rather not see the Redskins be successful without him
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