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Old 11-18-2011, 12:09 PM   #16
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I thought the same thing. I was like, what the hell would Aaron Rodgers know about the Redskins?

Also, on a side note, I really wish CR had gotten his eyes checked here. I liked him except for the fact that he couldn't catch, and it annoys the hell out of me that as soon as he leaves Washington, he gets his eyes checked and is now playing at a great level. What, you couldn't swallow your f'n pride and get your eyes checked here? Screw him.
Even Devin Thomas got his eyes checked while here. Sad.
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Old 11-18-2011, 12:20 PM   #17
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If he were so jealous of the other guys getting paid, why was that kick in the 'nads NOT enough to motivate him to do whatever it takes to improve his hands and coverage so that he surpassed those guys? Why did he not bust out with a couple AH-like years in which he looked like a Revis on steroids?

And him afraid of being sat down? Coaches wouldn't sit him for Buchanon or Barnes at all unless he was doing something very, very wrong.
With your logic and some others ive read on the thread one question:

Explain D Hall's contract done by our FO please?
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Old 11-18-2011, 12:23 PM   #18
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Los was solid. I dont get why there is sudden hate for the man.

alot of us thought he was the better CB over hall or that they atleast complimented each other.

The skins FO didnt make re-signing him a priority.

prior to 2009 Los was entering the last year of his contract, he wanted us to resign him. Instead we choose to ignore him, let him play with no guarantee or future security (if he got a career ending injury he was done) and overpay hall for 8 games of production with us.

Then 2010 was that odd non-collective bargaining agreement season where he should have been a FA but he wasnt eligible b/c of the rule. We choose to again not resign him and make him play with no guarantee or future security. At that point it was obvious to everyone he felt slighted by the skins who didnt make him a remote priority. so he played cautiously in 2010, not wanting to risk injury for a skins franchise who didnt value him and overvalued d hall.

the skins FO yet again failed to recognize and keep their own developed talent and instead choose to overpay for outside flashy "talent" . .

Carlos Rogers had ever right imo to say eff the skins entering the 2010 season. I think shanny and allen would have wanted to keep los over hall but thanks to vinny, we were hog tied to hall and all that coin tied up in the CB position . . for one below average player . .who had been outright released by the raiders . .

the skins messed up yet again. when are they going to properly value their own young talent and not overvalue overhyped FAs? i really hope the current regimes decision on los was b/c of vinnys contract to hall.
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With your logic and some others ive read on the thread one question:

Explain D Hall's contract done by our FO please?
D Hall's contract was ****ing stupid. Same reasons. His past performance was not enough to justify it. But Vinny is like Jerruh: letting someone walk to another team is a crime, even if he's not that good. He probably didn't even bother to bring up DHall's awful half of a season in Oakland in the negotiations.
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Old 11-18-2011, 12:32 PM   #20
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D.C. Sports Bog - Carlos Rogers got his eyes checked?


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"I made a comment a few weeks ago about you might need to get your eyes checked, and people think I was joking," Mitchell told Rogers during Comcast SportsNet's post-game show. "I said that because there was a guy when I played football in college, he never caught the ball, but when he got his eyes checked he begin to catch everything....Do you ever think about something like that?"

"Oh, I have," Rogers said. "There's no problem with those."

Like I said, he claimed his eye sight was fine.
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Gotta agree with Carlos...this place was run into the ground by a couple sh*theads who obviously didnt know sh*t about football ake Danny Boy and Vinny. They made poor personel moves and coaching moves which contributed to an environment of choas. Alotta players here didnt deserve the paychecks they got. Shoulda never let him go, know he's a damn probowler and we are stuck with D Hall and Wilson, both inferior. We deserve the hate sometimes.
I second that!! He's bitter because Hall was given a huge contract instead of him, that was the writing on the wall that he wasn't going to be kept. I don't care that he dropped balls, at least he could cover and tackle. You can create turn overs and get burned all day or have someone who can prevent catches. Now he can do both while we are stuck with a couple of average guys.
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Carlos is a punk bitch and that's why I've never liked him, he has always trashed the redskins, the team that gave him the chance at the NFL.. Of course he can talk shit hid team is 8-1 and we r 3-6
Wouldn't you trash your employer if you were a good performer for them, and they bought in someone from the outside to do your same job, and paid him more than you? Even though that person was perhaps not as good? You'd pretty pretty pissed too. Right? Think how Carlos felt when he watched Hall try and tackle Jake Delhomme. lol.
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D Hall's contract was ****ing stupid. Same reasons. His past performance was not enough to justify it. But Vinny is like Jerruh: letting someone walk to another team is a crime, even if he's not that good. He probably didn't even bother to bring up DHall's awful half of a season in Oakland in the negotiations.
Well MS and Haslett have kept him for two seasons so they should share the blame as well if this is such a big issue.
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While the culture here might not have been the greatest thing for players here, 'Los has no place to talk.

Hey 'Los, if you had caught the damn ball while you were here, we would have paid you. Nobody gives out a second contract based on "potential improvement". They give them out based on past performance, even Albert Haynesworth had two great years we stupidly signed him. You didn' even do that. You were the same 'ol "pretty good" cover guy who couldn't make a big play when there were PRIME opportunities to do so.
What would you rather have your corner do. Catch Int's? Or cover and tackle? Sorry but a corners first job is to cover. Right?
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I second that!! He's bitter because Hall was given a huge contract instead of him, that was the writing on the wall that he wasn't going to be kept. I don't care that he dropped balls, at least he could cover and tackle. You can create turn overs and get burned all day or have someone who can prevent catches. Now he can do both while we are stuck with a couple of average guys.
Thank you. That's what a corner is suppose to do first.
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Well MS and Haslett have kept him for two seasons so they should share the blame as well if this is such a big issue.
They couldn't justify giving him a big contract like Hall's, most teams have a star CB who makes the big money. Hall is your star CB. LOL.
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Wouldn't you trash your employer if you were a good performer for them, and they bought in someone from the outside to do your same job, and paid him more than you? Even though that person was perhaps not as good? You'd pretty pretty pissed too. Right? Think how Carlos felt when he watched Hall try and tackle Jake Delhomme. lol.
I think a good player works their ass off to improve their game and then moves on from the organization. He didn't need to sulk around and leave the way he left the team. Also, it is my understanding that Rogers wanted a lot of money, when his production didn't warrant it. Rogers wanted to get playmaker money and not solid player money. Maybe if he would have performed the way he is performing with the 49ers, he'd be the unquestionable #1 corner with a good contract. But he didn't, so boo-f*cking-hoo.
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I think a good player works their ass off to improve their game and then moves on from the organization. He didn't need to sulk around and leave the way he left the team. Also, it is my understanding that Rogers wanted a lot of money, when his production didn't warrant it. Rogers wanted to get playmaker money and not solid player money. Maybe if he would have performed the way he is performing with the 49ers, he'd be the unquestionable #1 corner with a good contract. But he didn't, so boo-f*cking-hoo.
When he saw what Hall got I would say he wanted the same, especially since he's a better CB than Hall.
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What would you rather have your corner do. Catch Int's? Or cover and tackle? Sorry but a corners first job is to cover. Right?
Carlos wanted to get paid like he did both, and he didn't.
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Carlos wanted to get paid like he did both, and he didn't.
Hall did.
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