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Old 10-23-2011, 09:20 PM   #76
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Re: Smoot Lays the Smack Down (Redskins vs. Panthers)

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My Smackdown goes to the lack of overall talent on the team.

Here are my locks for the 2012 starting lineup if I was coach/gm. All the spots that are left blank I feel like are open to having new starters. Plus we still need depth across the board. I like our LG too, but the injury he had was pretty serious.

DE - BOWEN
NT - COFIELD
DE - JENKINS
OLB - ORAKPO
MLB - FLETCHER
MLB -
OLB - KERRIGAN
CB -
SS - LANDRY
FS - OTOGWE
CB -

WR - MOSS
WR -
LT - WILLIAMS
LG -
C - MONTGOMERY
RG - CHRIS CHESTER
RT -
TE - COOLEY
RB -
FB - YOUNG
QB -
Dude its only week 7
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Old 10-23-2011, 09:20 PM   #77
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Re: Smoot Lays the Smack Down (Redskins vs. Panthers)

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My Smackdown goes to the lack of overall talent on the team.

Here are my locks for the 2012 starting lineup if I was coach/gm. All the spots that are left blank I feel like are open to having new starters. Plus we still need depth across the board. I like our LG too, but the injury he had was pretty serious.

DE - BOWEN
NT - COFIELD
DE - JENKINS
OLB - ORAKPO
MLB - FLETCHER
MLB -
OLB - KERRIGAN
CB -
SS - LANDRY
FS - OTOGWE
CB -

WR - MOSS
WR -
LT - WILLIAMS
LG -
C - MONTGOMERY
RG - CHRIS CHESTER
RT -
TE - COOLEY
RB -
FB - YOUNG
QB -


You are 100% wrong on Cooley and Moss bro
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Old 10-23-2011, 09:21 PM   #78
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It's been 2 seasons tripp, this team was one of the worst talent wise 3 years ago.. Hey I'm w you I hate losing and shit is getting old but even though I rant and rave and say F the skins during the game I love em like a family member and I'll be patient as I've been for 20 years.. It'll pay off
Forget three years ago, this team is one of the worst talented now.

I don't mind losing if losing is productive in the big picture. Losing isn't fun but watching young guys do well is. We have one young guy playing at a high level: Kerrigan. With pretty much the whole roster being in it's prime, the results are as good as they will get under this leadership. Adding a quarterback in the draft wouldn't have changed the result of today's game unless we could have jumped on them early. No matter what the gameplan ultimately is, you have to be able to throw the ball early to get a lead.
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You are 100% wrong on Cooley and Moss bro
yeah you going to tell me cooley is going to start over davis? no
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Old 10-23-2011, 09:26 PM   #80
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Goat, I wouldn't say Plax is "killing it" Great game today, but before today he was doing no better than Gaffney
Word I was being unclear. On the bigger picture tho, I think anyone would argue Plax has the bigger upside than Gaffney or Stallworth, and if the Shanaplan was to give veterans plenty of action anyway why not get the big dog?

With Moss out are we gonna give the young guys more reps to develop? Or just see Gaffney and Stallworth on the field together more? It's back to the rebuild vs win now uncertainty. And I realize I'm painting this picture too black and white because certainly we can try for "balance" and play rookies alongside vets, but then let's get the best damn vets out there.

T Owens would be the best active WR on the roster (assuming his knee is basically healed) if we signed him tomorrow...just saying.
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Forget three years ago, this team is one of the worst talented now.

I don't mind losing if losing is productive in the big picture. Losing isn't fun but watching young guys do well is. We have one young guy playing at a high level: Kerrigan. With pretty much the whole roster being in it's prime, the results are as good as they will get under this leadership. Adding a quarterback in the draft wouldn't have changed the result of today's game unless we could have jumped on them early. No matter what the gameplan ultimately is, you have to be able to throw the ball early to get a lead.
That's what I'm saying, MS had John Beck god bless him but John Beck to lead the team, lets be real he won't be the guy next season unless he goes Crazy and takes us to the playoffs. I wouldn't say we r that bad off talent wise..

Orakpo
Kerrigan
Fletch OLD BUT STILL
Hall- Solid player
Landry
Atogwe
F Davis
Hightower
T Williams
Coefield
j Brown

Are all starters for many teams in the NFL.
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Old 10-23-2011, 09:29 PM   #82
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You are 100% wrong on Cooley and Moss bro
You can switch Davis for Cooley, I like both and both will for sure have a spot on the roster next year. Thats one position I like our depth.

Moss wont start next year? Who else could possibly replace him, no one else on our roster. Doubt the Skins are going to draft two more receivers.

I also said those would be MY picks. Didnt say everyone else had to agree.

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Old 10-23-2011, 09:34 PM   #83
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That's what I'm saying, MS had John Beck god bless him but John Beck to lead the team, lets be real he won't be the guy next season unless he goes Crazy and takes us to the playoffs. I wouldn't say we r that bad off talent wise..

Orakpo
Kerrigan
Fletch OLD BUT STILL
Hall- Solid player
Landry
Atogwe
F Davis
Hightower
T Williams
Coefield
j Brown

Are all starters for many teams in the NFL.
I think you could go 11 deep in NFL names for any team in the NFL. To prove this point, I will try to do this for the Jaguars.

Jones-Drew
Mike Thomas
Monroe
M. Lewis
Pozluszny
Clint Session
Daryl Smith
Alualu
Knighton
Rashean Mathis
Dawan Landry
and Gabbert

My point is the Jags aren't good at all, but they have a core of talent just as strong as ours.
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My Smackdown goes to the lack of overall talent on the team.

Here are my locks for the 2012 starting lineup if I was coach/gm. All the spots that are left blank I feel like are open to having new starters. Plus we still need depth across the board. I like our LG too, but the injury he had was pretty serious.

DE - BOWEN
NT - COFIELD
DE - JENKINS
OLB - ORAKPO
MLB - FLETCHER
MLB -
OLB - KERRIGAN
CB -
SS - LANDRY
FS - OTOGWE
CB -

WR - MOSS
WR -
LT - WILLIAMS
LG -
C - MONTGOMERY
RG - CHRIS CHESTER
RT -
TE - COOLEY
RB -
FB - YOUNG
QB -
Keep Cofield and bench Fred Davis? Have you watched any of our games?
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I think you could go 11 deep in NFL names for any team in the NFL. To prove this point, I will try to do this for the Jaguars.

Jones-Drew
Mike Thomas
Monroe
M. Lewis
Pozluszny
Clint Session
Daryl Smith
Alualu
Knighton
Rashean Mathis
Dawan Landry
and Gabbert

My point is the Jags aren't good at all, but they have a core of talent just as strong as ours.

I agree bro we are what our record says we r 3-3 avg at best and prob a 7-8 win team
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Keep Cofield and bench Fred Davis? Have you watched any of our games?
I already said in a previous post:

You can switch Davis for Cooley, I like both and both will for sure have a spot on the roster next year. Thats one position I like our depth.
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You are 100% wrong on Cooley and Moss bro
Thank you..... Cooley, sad stop riding that horse..... Cooley fans are so sad
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Smootsmack, any word on whether or not shanahan gets fired at years end if we don't do well this year? I'm hoping he sticks it out for our full rebuild. But I'm getting nervous with the media starting to grumble for his head...
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I can't imagine Mike getting axed. Kyle on the other hand could be reassigned, but as GTtripp has pointed out this all-in-the-family coaching situation is dicey.
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How many Belichick have without Tom Brady? How many did Bill Walsh have without Montana and Young? How many did Tony Dungy have without Peyton Manning?
Seriously. Or Noll without Bradshaw? Jimmy Johnson without Aikman? Does Marv Levy win 4 straight AFC Championships without Jim Kelly?

It's actually one of the most impressive things about Gibbs 1.0- 3 Super Bowls with 3 different QB's, none of whom were all that great overall.
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