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Old 11-07-2011, 04:14 PM   #61
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Albert Haynesworth is averaging a half tackle a game. Priceless. Sure, they're limiting his snaps, but if they're limiting his snaps, that means he isn't that valuable on the field.

And Belichick might have benched him.

Disappearing act by Haynesworth - New England Patriots Blog - ESPN Boston
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Old 11-07-2011, 04:19 PM   #62
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Albert Haynesworth is averaging a half tackle a game. Priceless. Sure, they're limiting his snaps, but if they're limiting his snaps, that means he isn't that valuable on the field.

And Belichick might have benched him.

Disappearing act by Haynesworth - New England Patriots Blog - ESPN Boston
BB has bigger problems than Haynesworth. And I don't know how this is priceless to Redskins fans, just a reminder of the terrible decisions we've made in the past. Glad you get enjoyment out of this.
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Old 11-07-2011, 04:22 PM   #63
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Albert Haynesworth is averaging a half tackle a game. Priceless. Sure, they're limiting his snaps, but if they're limiting his snaps, that means he isn't that valuable on the field.

And Belichick might have benched him.

Disappearing act by Haynesworth - New England Patriots Blog - ESPN Boston

....thank God we don't have to face him twice a year anymore.
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Old 11-07-2011, 04:24 PM   #64
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....thank God we don't have to face him twice a year anymore.
You're should probably be more thankful that the Giants didn't get him. Although with the Giants' luck, he would have become the second coming of Reggie White.
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Old 11-07-2011, 08:14 PM   #65
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Video: Terrell Suggs has a new alma mater - Shutdown Corner - NFL*Blog - Yahoo! Sports

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Suggs can claim that school since he is indeed a baller.
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Love the ravens D they are so damn fun to watch
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Old 11-07-2011, 08:49 PM   #67
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I'm going Bears 26 Eagles 23

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You're should probably be more thankful that the Giants didn't get him. Although with the Giants' luck, he would have become the second coming of Reggie White.
What I will tell you is I'm very happy Dan Snyder is a Redskin fan.
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Can anyone explain to me why the Colts aren't playing tonight. This is such crap.
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BB has bigger problems than Haynesworth. And I don't know how this is priceless to Redskins fans, just a reminder of the terrible decisions we've made in the past. Glad you get enjoyment out of this.
Fat Albert tried to pin his woes on everything else but himself. This is vindication from that accusation.

Also, I hate everything Boston except for clam chowder.
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Fat Albert tried to pin his woes on everything else but himself. This is vindication from that accusation.

Also, I hate everything Boston except for clam chowder.
As I said, I really dont see anything positive out of this. In the end he represents our bad decisions from the past and a wasted first year of the new regime. I hate NE but I am sure their fans and BB are not at all bothered by whatever the hell this guy does or doesnt do.

Besides, who in the world (other than him) would believe that he wasnt the problem?
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Old 11-08-2011, 12:38 AM   #72
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Looks like whatever spark we gave Philly may be gone. The Bears are keeping them on their toes.
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Old 11-08-2011, 12:59 AM   #73
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What's worse? Having to wait till next year to draft a future QB, or having paid $100 Million for QB who's pretty good and maybe if they are lucky take you to the playoffs and will be stuck with his contract for many years.
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As I said, I really dont see anything positive out of this. In the end he represents our bad decisions from the past and a wasted first year of the new regime. I hate NE but I am sure their fans and BB are not at all bothered by whatever the hell this guy does or doesnt do.

Besides, who in the world (other than him) would believe that he wasnt the problem?
Pats fans more than likely believed he turned over a new leaf and expected him to be a steal. They were even making excuses for him with regards to the situation with the dude he paralyzed. A fine case of the fundemental attribution error at work.

BB doesn't show his cards to the public. But with his background in the Navy and under Parcells, AH's attempts to freelance will be, and has been, met with firm disciplining.
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Old 11-08-2011, 09:23 AM   #75
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Cutler may be playing the best ball of his career. Guy was lights out last nite and is surrounded by receivers who are bad to average talent wise. Lions gonna have their hands full protecting that 2nd spot in the North.
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