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Old 07-14-2011, 04:00 PM   #91
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Ok so if we get the Jenkins brothers and start Jarvis Jenkins what shall we call our D-Line the Jenkins Jihad. The Jenkins Platoon. Anyone else have any ideas
The Jenkins Wall, with Adam Carriker as honorary member.
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Old 07-14-2011, 04:07 PM   #92
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Ok so if we get the Jenkins brothers and start Jarvis Jenkins what shall we call our D-Line the Jenkins Jihad. The Jenkins Platoon. Anyone else have any ideas
Jenkins Juggernaut.
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Old 07-14-2011, 04:23 PM   #93
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Jenkins Wall sounds bad cause just a few years ago the Williams Wall was super dominant. I do like juggernaut and Jihad
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Jenkins Wall sounds bad cause just a few years ago the Williams Wall was super dominant. I do like juggernaut and Jihad
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Old 07-14-2011, 04:37 PM   #95
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Abrayo Franklin
Antonio Cromartie
Cullen Jenkins
Randy Moss
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Old 07-14-2011, 04:54 PM   #96
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Abrayo Franklin
Antonio Cromartie
Cullen Jenkins
Randy Moss
Brian Westbrook
There garbage. Especially Westbrook, No need for him what so ever. Moss I dont think is that healthy either, and I don't care what his agent says.
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Old 07-14-2011, 05:29 PM   #97
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I just want to say that I am a logical person, and a fan of the tank for luck strategy. However, I am red in the face with excitement right now about all the free agents we are looking to pick up. The fan in me is overtaking what I know is in the best longterm interest of our team and is totally on board with buying every free agent mentioned. I wonder how long my excitement will last? I'll probably complain about how this was the dumbest thing we could possibly do at the end of the season (which it probably is) but I'm just so excited to see us (hopefully) signing all these guys. My emotions are taking over my better thinking.
I'd be so happy if I never had to hear this again. Not only do you not guarantee yourself getting him but it would put a huge black mark on the sport and especially the franchise. How do you tell 53 guys that we need to lose for the potential of getting 1 guy? Or do you not tell them, just use them incorrectly and lose the entire locker room?

Then you get all giddy about potential free agent signings. Danny, is that you?
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Old 07-14-2011, 05:35 PM   #98
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Lol, I'd say throwing away one season for 10 years of greatness is a pretty logical move.

Its like so many other things in life, alot of the time to get to where you want to be, you have to go through some hard times and do things you don't want to do, but you do that because you know it is in your best interest overall.

I wish we could look into the future 13 years down the road so you can see how beneficial to all redskins fans getting luck (without trading up) would be. Then you wouldn't give two shits that we had that one bad season because the last 10 were amazing.

You think the colts fans would have preferred to do better in 97 and not get manning? Don't think so. And if in 7 years if I ask whoever gets luck in the 2012 draft if they could go back in time and do better in 2011, would they?, they would slap me silly for asking such a stupid question.
You can't guarantee greatness. Luck could get hurt this year... or in any year in the NFL. And will still need a good team to be built around him.
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Old 07-14-2011, 05:41 PM   #99
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4. A few predictable franchise qb's get drafted late (aaron rodgers, drew brees), but that is a rarity and we can't wait around forever and hope for one of these guys to slip to us (look at 2nd round and late 1st round qbs drafted in the last 15 years, most of these guys slip for a reason, they have a very low hit rate)
How were Rodgers and Brees predictable? Especially Brees...
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Old 07-14-2011, 07:30 PM   #100
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How were Rodgers and Brees predictable? Especially Brees...
If you draft a guy 33, there is enough talent to predict he will be good. Rodgers went 24. Like if Dalton pans out, that is predictable. Maybe not very predictable, but if the bengals didn't view it as a real possibility that he can be a franchise qb, they wouldn't have drafted him that high. And I know there are analysts and scouts that predict him to be a franchise qb, and go significantly higher than he did.

To clarify, I'm not saying that we should have seen Rodgers or Brees pan out as they did, but rather I'm saying that it was simply predictable by someone. The packers predicted Rodgers for sure, and I didn't follow football back in 2000 but I'm sure a percentage of scouts/analysts were able to predict Brees as a franchise qb with him going at 33.

Nobody predicted Brady being that good. If someone thought it was even a possibility there is no shot he escapes the third, or fourth, or fifth, or most of the 6th.
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Old 07-14-2011, 07:30 PM   #101
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Aren't all QB's essentially predictable? I mean they say a few numbers, words, and colors, then have the ball handed to them, and they step backwards a few steps, then they either hand the ball to someone else or they decide to toss it up for grabs. The main goal is to keep getting 1st downs in order to keep the ball so they can move the ball the length of the field and hopefully score.
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Old 07-14-2011, 07:34 PM   #102
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You can't guarantee greatness. Luck could get hurt this year... or in any year in the NFL. And will still need a good team to be built around him.
I can't guarantee greatness, but I can put very high odds on it. Yes we need a good team around him, but lets get real, plug rex grossman in on the colts and are they going to do much better than we just did last year? QB is SO huge.
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Old 07-14-2011, 07:36 PM   #103
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I'd be so happy if I never had to hear this again. Not only do you not guarantee yourself getting him but it would put a huge black mark on the sport and especially the franchise. How do you tell 53 guys that we need to lose for the potential of getting 1 guy? Or do you not tell them, just use them incorrectly and lose the entire locker room?

Then you get all giddy about potential free agent signings. Danny, is that you?
lol I'm sorry, my brain conflicts with my heart. My brain tells me that the best thing to do for our franchise would be to get luck. My heart wants to sign every high profile free agent and at least have more hope that we win now.
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Old 07-14-2011, 07:40 PM   #104
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There is nothing wrong with my logic. You just don't like the results.

You continue to confuse two different propositions:
A) That Luck is the best choice for a franchise QB in next year's class
and
B) Getting Luck is the only way for us to win

These are two different propositions which should not be confused in the way that you confuse them.

I'm done with this issue.

lolzies. i wish i had the time to correct you. I already waste so much of it on this site, but to dissect what you've been saying would take wayyyyyy too long. I guess were both done with the issue.
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Old 07-14-2011, 07:43 PM   #105
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1991 wasn't a strike year.
hmmm, coulda sworn my dad told me rypien won in a strike year. I guess I should have double checked that. My mistake.
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