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Old 09-15-2011, 05:15 PM   #31
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People can say what they want about McNabb but he seems to be a class act. The only knock I have on him is that he didn't seem toeimbrace Shan's system and maybe lacked effort. Other then that has has been an outstanding person for this game.
Class act? You shitting me? You mean the same "class act" that had his agent blast the head coach and OC during the season, and then turn around the next day and say "I don't have a problem with Kyle". Did he scold his agent? Nope. Did he refute anything he said? Nope. In fact, he did absolutely nothing but play that "neutral...ooo....i'm so innocent" role.

There is a reason the locker room was split 50/50 in that whole TO fiasco in Philly. It's because many on the team thought he was two faced, and judging by his short time here, it was a accurate assessment.


**** this assclown. I hope he has a miserable season so I can sit back and laugh at him and then everybody will know what a fraud he is.
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Old 09-15-2011, 05:18 PM   #32
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Class act? You shitting me? You mean the same "class act" that had his agent blast the head coach and OC during the season, and then turn around the next day and say "I don't have a problem with Kyle". Did he scold his agent? Nope. Did he refute anything he said? Nope. In fact, he did absolutely nothing but play that "neutral...ooo....i'm so innocent" role.

There is a reason the locker room was split 50/50 in that whole TO fiasco in Philly. It's because many on the team thought he was two faced, and judging by his short time here, it was a accurate assessment.


**** this assclown. I hope he has a miserable season so I can sit back and laugh at him and then everybody will know what a fraud he is.
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Old 09-15-2011, 05:19 PM   #33
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At some point he is going to have to accept the realization that Andy Reid was right. Maybe he really is finished. His game has been in decline since 2006 when injuries began to take their toll. Being traded from Philly was a heart-breaker for him despite the fact he did a good job of keeping his emotions in check. He'll never again come close to duplicating any of his better years spent with Reid.
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Old 09-15-2011, 05:21 PM   #34
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Jeff Garcia Koy Detmer Feeley etc all looked great in that system in philly its the system......McNabb isn't that good he's like trent green a system qb at best
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People can say what they want about McNabb but he seems to be a class act. The only knock I have on him is that he didn't seem toeimbrace Shan's system and maybe lacked effort. Other then that has has been an outstanding person for this game.
Skilled at PR =/= classy.

This is what McNabb learned, and hence why he has power over the uneducated masses.

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Old 09-15-2011, 05:24 PM   #36
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He's more skilled than you give him credit for, and that's why you're McNabb's bitch.
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Old 09-15-2011, 05:26 PM   #37
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Skilled at PR =/= classy.

This is what McNabb learned, and hence why has power of the uneducated masses.

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I agree 100%. That's why I don't put stock in classy. I prefer attitudes and traits that are more TEAM-based.
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Old 09-15-2011, 06:26 PM   #38
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I actually dont give a shit. Guy is yesterdays news........now about this rex grossman pro bowlesque thing we got going on here.................................


turn the ****ing page people.
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Old 09-15-2011, 06:34 PM   #39
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I actually dont give a shit. Guy is yesterdays news........now about this rex grossman pro bowlesque thing we got going on here.................................


turn the ****ing page people.
Thank you! I'd rather we see how the next few weeks go and maybe a start a similar thread to this..but about Rex Grossman
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Old 09-15-2011, 06:35 PM   #40
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I'm in the who's cares, he's gone boat.

I don't think he cares that much about football right now though. all those reports of being slow in practice, not learning the playbook, not following coaching etc here were probably true.
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Old 09-15-2011, 06:40 PM   #41
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I actually dont give a shit. Guy is yesterdays news........now about this rex grossman pro bowlesque thing we got going on here.................................


turn the ****ing page people.
Amen.

Which is why I started my first post with.

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Why are we still talking about this jackass?

Move along. Lock this sucker up.
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Class act? You shitting me? You mean the same "class act" that had his agent blast the head coach and OC during the season, and then turn around the next day and say "I don't have a problem with Kyle". Did he scold his agent? Nope. Did he refute anything he said? Nope. In fact, he did absolutely nothing but play that "neutral...ooo....i'm so innocent" role.

There is a reason the locker room was split 50/50 in that whole TO fiasco in Philly. It's because many on the team thought he was two faced, and judging by his short time here, it was a accurate assessment.


**** this assclown. I hope he has a miserable season so I can sit back and laugh at him and then everybody will know what a fraud he is.
By listening to your comments you almost make it seem personal. While he was in Philly, McNabb was a top 5-10 QB. Any person w/ football knowledge would probably agree. Outside of Tom Brady I don't think anyone did more w/ less. Right now he simply doesn't have the weapons around him to be a top Qb, and he's no longer good enough to carry an offense, like he did for so many years in Philly.
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Old 09-15-2011, 07:59 PM   #43
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I actually dont give a shit. Guy is yesterdays news........now about this rex grossman pro bowlesque thing we got going on here.................................


turn the ****ing page people.
I agree. It's so time to move on past McNabb. It didn't work out here. Time to turn the damn page.
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Old 09-15-2011, 08:17 PM   #44
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on orton n mcdaniels... I didn't know the leading reciever and Eddie royal were NOTHING... smh and screw mcloser he blows
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Old 09-15-2011, 09:12 PM   #45
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By listening to your comments you almost make it seem personal. While he was in Philly, McNabb was a top 5-10 QB. Any person w/ football knowledge would probably agree. Outside of Tom Brady I don't think anyone did more w/ less. Right now he simply doesn't have the weapons around him to be a top Qb, and he's no longer good enough to carry an offense, like he did for so many years in Philly.

It's not personal, I just get a bit annoyed with the "he's a class act" label he keeps getting slapped with by the average fan. He's not a class act. He essentially defied the coaching staff and then blasted the coaching staff (via his agent) when it caught up with him(aka..benched). Really, in the grand scheme of things, isn't that what Haynesworth did? Refused to do what the coaching staff asked, and basically did his own thing? I'm just ready to move on from that horrible chapter of Redskins history. What he is though, is a good PR guy.
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