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Old 09-18-2011, 09:43 PM   #31
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CC isn't going anywhere. No sense in even discussing it.
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Old 09-18-2011, 09:44 PM   #32
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i gotta go with shanny on thi sone...i think it was a pretty well coached game..
You really can't say this enough. The team didn't get rattled when they fell behind, they didn't lose focus and commit costly penalties in the red zone like they did last year. And Shanny and Kyle used Helu brilliantly.

I have to say Has and his staff was throwing some stuff at Kolb. After Fitz 7 catches, the next leading receiver had 2 receptions. Not bad.
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Old 09-18-2011, 09:45 PM   #33
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I don't understand the mentality that says we need a Pro-Bowler at every position. If this year's draft is any indication, we'll be picking up more studs next year.

Get it...studs.
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Old 09-18-2011, 09:47 PM   #34
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Why would you trade Cooley? We run A LOT of two TE sets now.. Why not have both and create double mismatches in 2wr/2te sets?
Right! Why should we create on-field advantages? What have those ever done for us?
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Old 09-18-2011, 10:22 PM   #35
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As much as I love Cooley, I'd have to be seriously high to think a team would offer a Pro Bowl caliber guard that fits Shanny's scheme for him, even if he was fully healthy.
I won't pretend I can evaluate talent well enough to determine which players fit Shanny's scheme. That said while I don't see us getting a guy without risks, I could easily see us getting a guy with baggage similar to what cooley has a boarder line pro bowl player with injury problems that could still produce in the right situation. A guy similar to Davin Joseph. Not saying we would get him exactly, but I could see Cooley returning some value. Especially to a team that is looking to horde some cash as cooley would drive some merchandise sales.
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Fred Davis has had two really good games -- that doesn't mean we are ready to get rid of Cooley, guy has a manageable salary and is a threat at the TE position. We have so little depth at so many positions, why would be reduce it?
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Fred Davis has had two really good games -- that doesn't mean we are ready to get rid of Cooley, guy has a manageable salary and is a threat at the TE position. We have so little depth at so many positions, why would be reduce it?
Not trying to disagree with your point here, because I agree with it, but these first two games haven't been the first time Davis has stepped up when given the opportunity. He filled in fine for Cooley when Cooley had the injury problems in 2009. I think right now he's showing that he's ready to step up and play a big time role for us, and Cooley is definitely no slouch when healthy either. I hope we have the both of them for at least a couple more years, although I do agree Davis is showing he's worthy of being our #1 at this point.
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Fred Davis has had two really good games -- that doesn't mean we are ready to get rid of Cooley, guy has a manageable salary and is a threat at the TE position. We have so little depth at so many positions, why would be reduce it?
I don't think anyone is talking about doing an inseason trade. If we could swing something in the offseason while also grabbing another TE to develop in the draft we would have to consider it.
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Let's not forget:

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Now why would the Redskins get rid of Cooley? Look at what NE is doing with 2 TE sets.
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I would throw Orakpo's name in here. The guy has been a machine, and along with Kerrigan , makes a QB-killing duo out there. I think (and hope) that our pass rush is going to have a field day with a banged up Romo.
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Now why would the Redskins get rid of Cooley? Look at what NE is doing with 2 TE sets.
New England is stupid, they need to trade one of their TEs!!! [/sarcasm]
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Not that I advocate trading Cooley but most of our pass catchers are possession first guys. Armstrong is the only real deep threat thats regularly on the field. Moss these days is more quick and smart then he is fast. Kind of wish they would give Austin more playing time just to stretch the field a bit.
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Not that I advocate trading Cooley but most of our pass catchers are possession first guys. Armstrong is the only real deep threat thats regularly on the field. Moss these days is more quick and smart then he is fast. Kind of wish they would give Austin more playing time just to stretch the field a bit.
My guess is that he will see Austin next week, my gut tells me Stallworth was being showcased today and maybe Austin next week for when Moore and Buchanon return from injury/suspension. One of those guys will probably be traded, just guessing. I hope it's Stallworth who they get rid off.
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My guess is that he will see Austin next week, my gut tells me Stallworth was being showcased today and maybe Austin next week for when Moore and Buchanon return from injury/suspension. One of those guys will probably be traded, just guessing. I hope it's Stallworth who they get rid off.
It would be nice to get a replacement for Golston. Still I have to admit, I flat out love this receiving corps, namely Moss, Armstrong, Gaffney, Davis, Cooley. None of them are selfish, they're all willing to block, and they all have some sort of chip on their shoulder.

Vinny tried to build a group like this for 10 years and couldn't do it. Shanny did it in two years. lol. Lot of credit for the success of this unit has to go to both Kyle and Keenan.
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