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Old 02-09-2012, 01:58 PM   #196
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lombardi was a redskins fan
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Didn't Lombardi say he was at one point a diehard Redskins fan?
Yea, he said it several times on NFL Network.
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Haha...we got a lot of sources around here lately. Just to be clear...I have no sources.

But If I did I would tell them to give me something about Sam Bradford becoming a Redskin...
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Didn't Lombardi say he was at one point a diehard Redskins fan?
Never knew that. I knew he is a 76ers fan and has a house at the Jersey Shore so i guess i just assumed he liked all the Philly teams. I knew I liked him for some reason...
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Not sure if Smoot has anything, but my guy said the whole QB discussion depended on "question three," but the Shanny's could decide on the answer.
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If he (Peyton) does have coaching connections with San Fran or NY Jets though it would seem highly likely he would want to go to one of those spots. San Fran especially as that team is a Peyton Manning away from winning one or two SBs IMO.

IDK how San Fran keeps coming up with PM but San Fran has already said with in the last few days their main goal is to resign Smith and that he "IS" their starter.

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Yea, he said it several times on NFL Network.
Damn you people that have NFL network.
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Not sure if Smoot has anything, but my guy said the whole QB discussion depended on "question three," but the Shanny's could decide on the answer.
Can you expand on what you mean by "question three"?
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Haha...we got a lot of sources around here lately. Just to be clear...I have no sources.

But If I did I would tell them to give me something about Sam Bradford becoming a Redskin...
I don't either. BAZINGA!
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Not sure if Smoot has anything, but my guy said the whole QB discussion depended on "question three," but the Shanny's could decide on the answer.
Yeah we must also have the same or similar sources. The only difference is I heard it was not "question three" but "question two".
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Yeah we must also have the same or similar sources. The only difference is I heard it was not "question three" but "question two".

Don't mind the peanut gallery. We had some fly by night kids roll through here recently with a "Book it......McCoy and Shipley are coming to DC"....insider info....lol Hilarious part is, this info got back to a Brown's forum and they took it as gospel..haha
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We never question "Question 3."
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Not sure if Smoot has anything, but my guy said the whole QB discussion depended on "question three," but the Shanny's could decide on the answer.
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We never question "Question 3."
Not sure... if serious...
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If Jim Irsay is a man who speaks the truth, and its really NOT about the money, then there must be some kind of problem if the Colts let Manning walk. I've said before that risk tolerance is a part of the equation in Manning's return to football. Doctors are like regular people, their opinions vary. I suspect that is going to be the case (is the case) with PM's health, his ability to recover his passing skills, and his risk tolerance for another injury which could be debilitating. Perhaps Irsay just does not want to see PM go through all that as a Colt; perhaps he thinks its time for the Colts to move forward and not look back.

Against that backdrop, I just dont see how it is a good idea for Washington to give up a portion of the team's remaining salary cap space to bring in an aging, injured PM to play QB. Some seem to think we can get him for minimal salary with some incentive package attached. I really doubt that possibility. And even if it works, and PM earns a stack of incentive money, Redskins have still incurred the alternative costs. Money that could have been spent on WRs, safety, offensive linemen, retention of Fletcher at ILB, and a host of other needs.

The Manning plan is a bad one for the Redskins because it diverts us from the rebuilding effort already in motion! We should not stop mid-stream!

For once, I want the Redskins to be sensible, reasonable, measured, thoughtful, and SMART in their approach. Forget about Manning, go with the plan in motion. Stay the course; fans have endured two years of the process to rebuild the football team; keep moving forward with the good plan.

I know we need somebody to play QB; FA QBs are available; sign one. Draft a QB to develop, RGIII or Tannehill, or another of the Shanahans' choice. But dont revert to the pre-Shanahan days of frivolous, ill-advised FA signings. Stay strong and be smart; rebuild the football team the right way!

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