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Old 01-04-2012, 02:42 PM   #91
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Who says it's become a non-factor?
Shannahan does not appear concerned about being held accountable for this terrible record. Rex might even be back under center next year as starter. Everything is rose colored glasses.
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Old 01-04-2012, 02:57 PM   #92
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Shannahan does not appear concerned about being held accountable for this terrible record. Rex might even be back under center next year as starter. Everything is rose colored glasses.
What gives you the impression he's not concerned?
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Old 01-04-2012, 03:00 PM   #93
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Shannahan does not appear concerned about being held accountable for this terrible record. Rex might even be back under center next year as starter. Everything is rose colored glasses.
Were you hoping he'd cry like Rex Ryan?
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Old 01-04-2012, 03:08 PM   #94
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Were you hoping he'd cry like Rex Ryan?
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Old 01-04-2012, 04:29 PM   #95
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Shannahan does not appear concerned about being held accountable for this terrible record. Rex might even be back under center next year as starter. Everything is rose colored glasses.
.......Come on man..............
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Old 01-05-2012, 04:32 PM   #96
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Who goes on O:

Stallworth, Sellers, Cook, Armstrong, Locklear, Brown, Anderson.
Wow!

Only Stallworth here is "sort of a starter".

The guys to get rid of from an offense that was miserable all season long are all on the bench? Keep the starters?

Sounds to me like 2012 would be an awful lot like 2011...
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Shannahan does not appear concerned about being held accountable for this terrible record. Rex might even be back under center next year as starter. Everything is rose colored glasses.
Yeah, rose colored glasses, getting stabbed - it's all the same.

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"With all the time that you put in, every time you have a loss, especially with the effort that you put in, it's like somebody sticks a knife in you. It's tough to go through a season like that," said Shanahan.

"Thank God I haven't gone through any like this before. I might not have been in this profession very long. But it's something that really drives you, motivates you.

"It's something that I look forward to doing - putting a great football team together and doing it the right way. And sometimes it takes a little bit longer than sometimes expected."
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Yeah, rose colored glasses, getting stabbed - it's all the same.



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You'd have to think that Donte Stallworth will not be back next season. The Redskins wil draft a young receiver or sign a proven veteran in free agency. Sean Locklear definitely won't be back. I'd bet some money that if John Beck isn't traded, he will definitely be released. Brandon Banks, although explosive, just wasn't impressive during either kickoff returns or punt returns this year. Aldrick Robinson has a chance to wrestle the kick return and punt return duties away from Banks next preseason.
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Old 01-08-2012, 12:08 PM   #100
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You'd have to think that Donte Stallworth will not be back next season. The Redskins wil draft a young receiver or sign a proven veteran in free agency. Sean Locklear definitely won't be back. I'd bet some money that if John Beck isn't traded, he will definitely be released. Brandon Banks, although explosive, just wasn't impressive during either kickoff returns or punt returns this year. Aldrick Robinson has a chance to wrestle the kick return and punt return duties away from Banks next preseason.

Based on what fans saw - - and what coaches saw and will continue to see on the coaching tapes - - of John Beck's performance in real NFL games on Sunday afternoons, I cannot imagine that any team would offer anything to acquire him. Not even a bag of used kicking tees...

John Beck seems like a personable and likeable guy. The problem is that he is no longer a "kid" and his football performance at an age where QBs are typically at their peak is unacceptable.

Prediction: The Redskins will get no offers for Beck in trade. At that point, the Redskins' coaches will have to decide just how important his work ethic and his practice performance are to the Redskins' team. That is his "value".
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I wouldn't be surprised if Beck comes back as a backup.
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I wouldn't be surprised if Beck comes back as a backup.
Lets say we have exactly two players at QB next year better than Beck. Would he even be worth rostering as a third QB next year vs. going with two guys? He'd be inactive on gamedays and if you lost your starter for any length of time, you'd have to go out and find a backup QB you could trust that isn't John Beck.
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Old 01-08-2012, 10:35 PM   #103
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I wouldn't be surprised if Beck comes back as a backup.
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If John Beck is the #2 backup on the 2012 Redskins team, someone needs to go to church every other day and light a lot of candles and say a whole lot of prayers that the #1 QB - - whoever that is - - never gets an injury more severe than a hangnail on his non-throwing hand.

John Beck can't play. It is basically that simple.
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Old 01-08-2012, 10:39 PM   #104
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Old 01-08-2012, 10:58 PM   #105
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I wouldn't be surprised if Beck comes back as a backup.
Let's hope not. I don't think I'd trust him to warm the bench properly. I mean I don't even understand the coaches' reasoning for putting him in the game. He was woeful. It looked like he didn't even know that the objective is to get the ball in the end zone.
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