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Old 06-16-2011, 05:41 PM   #31
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Re: Haynesworth "Wanted Badly" By Eagles' D-Line Coach

Trade him where we get the best value. We're in a rebuilding mode and we need all the help we need. That's where the team's focus should be, not trying to teach POS players a lesson. If he was a problem here, he'll be a problem everywhere.
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Haynesworth for Maclin.
Lol Hayneworth for either Maclin.. or Samuel...or we don't deal with Philly in my opinion
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Old 06-17-2011, 11:06 AM   #33
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Trade him where we get the best value. We're in a rebuilding mode and we need all the help we need. That's where the team's focus should be, not trying to teach POS players a lesson. If he was a problem here, he'll be a problem everywhere.
Personally, I think we should send AH to Denver. Send Albert Haynesworth to the AFC West, where his fat behind will be sucking wind in the thin Colorado air, for a 5th round draft pick and Brady Quinn. We get a third quarterback and a young guy to develop and a draft pick. Maybe not a huge pick, but at that point we'd have three picks in the early rounds, two fours and two fives.

Denver gets a DT that they actually need since they're going back to a 4-3, and maybe John Fox can bring something out of Fat Al that we couldn't.
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Old 06-19-2011, 09:25 AM   #34
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Trade him where we get the best value. We're in a rebuilding mode and we need all the help we need. That's where the team's focus should be, not trying to teach POS players a lesson. If he was a problem here, he'll be a problem everywhere.
I completely agree. We are trying to rebuild our old team with good young, talent. The more draft picks the better. If it helps the Eagles next year, so what? It is not like the Skins are a contender.
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Old 06-19-2011, 12:36 PM   #35
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I completely agree. We are trying to rebuild our old team with good young, talent. The more draft picks the better. If it helps the Eagles next year, so what? It is not like the Skins are a contender.
Because regardless of whether the Redskins will be "contenders" or not, the goal is still to win football games. And you don't trade a guy in the division that you feel can still beat you two times a year if he's motivated enough to do it.

The only reason the Iggles traded McNabb in the division is because they felt like he wasn't going to be a legitimate threat to them, and they were right, he wasn't. Albert can suck it up in Philly, but all he has to do is be motivated to win two times a year, and the relatively low cost of having him on the team will at least be somewhat justified.

In other words, you don't trade a guy in the division if you think that guy will make the team you're facing better. I'm all for trading him and getting something in return for him being a jackass for the past two seasons, but I'd rather him get traded somewhere far away where we don't have to face him very often.
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Because regardless of whether the Redskins will be "contenders" or not, the goal is still to win football games. And you don't trade a guy in the division that you feel can still beat you two times a year if he's motivated enough to do it.

The only reason the Iggles traded McNabb in the division is because they felt like he wasn't going to be a legitimate threat to them, and they were right, he wasn't. Albert can suck it up in Philly, but all he has to do is be motivated to win two times a year, and the relatively low cost of having him on the team will at least be somewhat justified.

In other words, you don't trade a guy in the division if you think that guy will make the team you're facing better. I'm all for trading him and getting something in return for him being a jackass for the past two seasons, but I'd rather him get traded somewhere far away where we don't have to face him very often.
I wouldn't say the "only reason" cause they got 2 high picks out of the deal. If the iggles will give up a 2nd & 3rd for AH I say go ahead & do it!
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It WOULD be fun to watch the battle between Haynesworth and the Philly fans.

You know they won't be able to play nice all season.
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Personally, I think we should send AH to Denver. Send Albert Haynesworth to the AFC West, where his fat behind will be sucking wind in the thin Colorado air, for a 5th round draft pick and Brady Quinn. We get a third quarterback and a young guy to develop and a draft pick. Maybe not a huge pick, but at that point we'd have three picks in the early rounds, two fours and two fives.

Denver gets a DT that they actually need since they're going back to a 4-3, and maybe John Fox can bring something out of Fat Al that we couldn't.
He'd be coming out of games after one play.
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Personally, I think we should send AH to Denver. Send Albert Haynesworth to the AFC West, where his fat behind will be sucking wind in the thin Colorado air, for a 5th round draft pick and Brady Quinn. We get a third quarterback and a young guy to develop and a draft pick. Maybe not a huge pick, but at that point we'd have three picks in the early rounds, two fours and two fives.

Denver gets a DT that they actually need since they're going back to a 4-3, and maybe John Fox can bring something out of Fat Al that we couldn't.
Brady Quinn is god awful and he can't even beat out a gimmick QB in Tebow. At this point I'd just take the 5th rounder.
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HELLLLLLLLLLLLLLL NO on Brady Quinn. He could be the worst QB in the NFL, not joking.
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You can trade AH to anyone as far as I'm concerned. He stays out of shape and will get injured at some point and can't play every snap. Weather he is motivated to revenge on some former team or not doesn't matter, becuase he can't stay on the field enough to make a difference. Getting anything for him, picks/players is better than just cutting him.
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HELLLLLLLLLLLLLLL NO on Brady Quinn. He could be the worst QB in the NFL, not joking.
I say Brady Quinn because we still need a third QB on the roster (assuming Rex comes back) and it fills a whole. But hell, if not him, Eddie Royal. Eddie Royal was pretty good as a rookie when he was playing for Mike. Veteran wide receiver who's comfortable with the offense and did quite well in it in Denver.

Really, I just want to see Albert as far away from us as possible.
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You can trade AH to anyone as far as I'm concerned. He stays out of shape and will get injured at some point and can't play every snap. Weather he is motivated to revenge on some former team or not doesn't matter, becuase he can't stay on the field enough to make a difference. Getting anything for him, picks/players is better than just cutting him.
You forget that he was a highly sought FA not long ago. When motivated, he can play at a Pro Bowl level.
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If 100Mill doesn't motivate him, nothing will...

Not assuming you mean this but just as a general statement, I really doubt he dreams of lining up against the Skins and taking "revenge" Lets be real... He does not care about the Skins one way or the other...
It seems clear to me that his big contract de-motivated him. With someone else, things may be different and he might be back to Tennessee form.
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Old 06-23-2011, 01:07 AM   #45
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It seems clear to me that he's always been motivated by money.

His two best seasons came in 2007 and 2008. 2008 was a contract year for Haynesworth. He had two really awesome seasons, but before that, he'd just been...well, not average. He was still a pretty good football player, but the most sacks he had in a season was three, before he exploded in 2007 and 2008.

He was fighting for the ginormous contract he knew he was going to get.

If the big contract he got de-motivated him, that kinda proves that the guy only cares about the money. He got his money and then decided to stop producing.
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