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Old 11-08-2011, 11:15 PM   #76
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..against the Giants, after he drew a holding call with 14:10 left in the second quarter, Haynesworth put together three of the worst plays you will see out of an NFL defensive tackle.
With 14:01 left, Haynesworth was easily thrown to the ground by Giants guard Chris Snee with one arm.
With 13:59 left, Snee easily pancaked Haynesworth when he stopped moving his feet – a cardinal sin for a defensive lineman.
And then on third down, Haynesworth was again thrown to the ground after he stopped moving his feet, this time by left guard David Diehl, who other Patriots regularly beat in that game.
On Haynesworth’s next snap, he showed a decent rush almost playing the end position.
But then on Brandon Jacobs’ 10-yard touchdown run, Haynesworth got too high and was easily shoved out of the gap by Diehl.
Haynesworth’s day, after a few choice words, from defensive line coach Pepper Johnson was finished after that.
And so was his Patriots’ career.
Sounds familiar.
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Old 11-08-2011, 11:15 PM   #77
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Sounds familiar.
Almost.

Haynesworth didn't lay there motionless until the play was over.
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Old 11-08-2011, 11:22 PM   #78
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Looks like the original thread on Haynesworth where I was debating the sense in trading him got locked at some point. I tried to show up there to eat some crow, so I guess I'll do that here.

Kudos to Shanahan for getting rid of him, I questioned the logic of it but today more than ever it was obvious Shanahan was right. He's changing the culture and in the long run that's a positive. Too bad we're 3-5, while the Pats continue their culture of winning even with Haynesworth in tow. Guess it goes to show QBs like Tom Brady make more of a difference than any other single factor, culture included.

But kudos to those on this site who saw Haynesworth as the lost cause that he was. I figured that being a moneygrubbing whore, he'd be motivated to earn one more big contract. Many of you guys saw him as simply being a steaming pile. I'm stupid. You're smart. I was wrong. You were right. You're the best. I'm the worst. You're very good-looking. I'm not attractive.

I'm glad Shanahan made the move. Now lets go out and find a QB like Brady so we can keep winning no matter how many cowturds we have in our locker room.
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Putting the final snaps of Albert Haynesworth's career with the Patriots under the microscope after New England released the veteran defensive tackle Tuesday:

Believe it or not, Haynesworth's first three snaps of his final full drive (or one that didn't end with a one-play touchdown) with the Patriots were actually pretty solid. On the first play after the Giants took over early in the second quarter following a Tom Brady interception, Haynesworth jetted right past David Diehl and nearly blew up a running play at the handoff (see screenshot above). On second down, he got good push against guard Chris Snee and the Giants dropped a pass.

After an encroachment penalty gave the Giants a new set of downs, Haynesworth came about as close as he had to registering a sack, drawing a holding penalty (above) while still nearly getting to quarterback Eli Manning. If his day had ended there, Haynesworth would probably still be on the Patriots' roster.

But things went downhill. Quickly. And Haynesworth spent his final five snaps either being pushed around or on the ground.

On 1st and 20, the Giants tried to set up a little screen. Haynesworth attacked and got left eating a face full of turf when Snee released his block to get up field and block. The pass was incomplete, but Haynesworth was left flopping around on his back (above).

On 2nd and 20, the Giants ran a draw to D.J. Ware. Haynesworth's penetration should have helped blow the play up, especially when Ware got pinned behind Snee. Instead, Snee pancaked Haynesworth (above), allowing a 10-yard gain.

On 3rd and 10, the Giants again went to the air, but Haynesworth got swallowed up and stumbled to the ground at the line of scrimmage. At times, he simply looked unable to maintain his balance during the series.

Haynesworth appeared for just one more play later in the quarter, providing a solid third-down pass rush, even if he again lost his balance coming off the edge (in his defense, he was double-teamed on this particular play).

He was back on the field after another Brady interception gave the Giants a short field in the third quarter and it would be his already well-documented final snap in which Diehl pushed him around on Brandon Jacobs' 10-yard touchdown run.

A heated conversation reportedly followed with assistant coach Pepper Johnson after the play. And less than 48 hours later, the Haynesworth era was over in New England.
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Looks like the original thread on Haynesworth where I was debating the sense in trading him got locked at some point. I tried to show up there to eat some crow, so I guess I'll do that here.

Kudos to Shanahan for getting rid of him, I questioned the logic of it but today more than ever it was obvious Shanahan was right. He's changing the culture and in the long run that's a positive. Too bad we're 3-5, while the Pats continue their culture of winning even with Haynesworth in tow. Guess it goes to show QBs like Tom Brady make more of a difference than any other single factor, culture included.

But kudos to those on this site who saw Haynesworth as the lost cause that he was. I figured that being a moneygrubbing whore, he'd be motivated to earn one more big contract. Many of you guys saw him as simply being a steaming pile. I'm stupid. You're smart. I was wrong. You were right. You're the best. I'm the worst. You're very good-looking. I'm not attractive.

I'm glad Shanahan made the move. Now lets go out and find a QB like Brady so we can keep winning no matter how many cowturds we have in our locker room.
I echo Schneed's thoughts, then and now.
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Old 11-09-2011, 01:55 AM   #81
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I'm sure Philly will pick him up... Andy ried and those guys know more than ne one else in this league so those sense of entitlement jerk offs will scoop him I'm sure and have some lame excuse as to y it will "be different this time" smh lol hate Philly.
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Kudos to Shanahan for getting rid of him, I questioned the logic of it but today more than ever it was obvious Shanahan was right. He's changing the culture and in the long run that's a positive. Too bad we're 3-5, while the Pats continue their culture of winning even with Haynesworth in tow. Guess it goes to show QBs like Tom Brady make more of a difference than any other single factor, culture included.
Well, unlike Shanahan, BB didn't wait to release him or try to "teach him a lesson." Granted that the Pats really invested close to zero on him (a 5th rounder for the Pats is nothing for a team that constantly has multiple picks in the first couple of rounds).

As I've said before, in the end this isn't much of a victory, since it clearly shows that this guy was an issue and the MS should've gotten rid of him as soon as he started here (and get that 3rd rounder that according to rumors got offered for AH).
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Old 11-09-2011, 09:07 AM   #83
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Are we seriously still talking about Haynesworthless?
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It was only a matter of time. I'm surprised the NE experiment lasted this long.

Philly can have him.
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Are we seriously still talking about Haynesworthless?
I think this thread probably represents the Warpath's post-mortem discussion on the career of Albert Haynesworth. All questions about his character and career arc have been answered at this point. Once this thread runs its course, he'll be history around here.

Of course I thought that about Offiss and Patrick Ramsey, so who knows.
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The Eagles are gonna look really bad picking him up. Beyond desperate. I dont see how they make the playoffs with or without this guy. If Reid picks him up, seriously start to wonder about the future of the Eagles without Reid.
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Are we seriously still talking about Haynesworthless?
People will continue to talk about this because they think it is some sort of victory for the Redskins, when it really isn't.
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Warren Sapp Slams Albert Haynesworth, Calls Him a 'Turd' Who Was Only Motivated by Money - New England Patriots - NESN.com

Sapp utterly destroys the guy...and a fascinating tidbit relayed to Fletch from Sapp.

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"London Fletcher was sitting [in the Redskins' locker room] one day, and the media was there," Sapp said. "Their lockers were side by side. And the media was talking to [Haynesworth] about this $100 million contract. I was like, 'Wow.' It's one thing to get a $100 million contract. It's another thing to try to collect it. That's the key to any contract is collecting it, not getting it. You've got to collect it in the NFL. They'll come to you after two years in the NFL and tell you they're renegotiating and those things. After the media left, he tapped London and said, 'Man, I just wish it was six years (to get more money per season).' That should show you what the man is. I never saw it in his play, so when I saw the money, I was like, you have an unmotivated guy who stepped on Andre Gurode's head. Stepped on his head in a football game. But now he's the first $100 million man? I was dumbfounded by it. I'm like, who was he in his first five years in Tennessee.
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People will continue to talk about this because they think it is some sort of victory for the Redskins, when it really isn't.
Well, there were some strange silliness among the fanbase about KEEPING HIM ANOTHER YEAR to "punish" him and make him suffer. If anything, I'm absolutely glad those fools were absolutely wrong in their assessment.
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Well, there were some strange silliness among the fanbase about KEEPING HIM ANOTHER YEAR to "punish" him and make him suffer. If anything, I'm absolutely glad those fools were absolutely wrong in their assessment.
Yeah I never understood that group at all.
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