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Old 03-02-2012, 09:19 PM   #76
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well then what about the Bills, Titans and Jaguars when he was with them? im sure it happend then also...

I don't think anything should or will happen to either of those teams or us.
All those team's players KNOW to keep there mouth shut.
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So if I'm understanding this right is the reason the Saints are in trouble due to the fact that they were caught back in 2009, asked to stop, then continued doing it?
Yeah, in large part
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I'm jealous.
I'll be nice since I'm not a RGIII fan ... here's the scoop:

Robert Griffin III

Upside- Griffin has become much more than a freak athlete or spread offense distributer. He has good arm strength and, more importantly, showed exellent accuracy on deep and intermediate throws. Athletically, he could be a star receiver or running back, and his ability to throw with velocity and accuracy on the run is Aaron Rodgers-like. He has the demeanor and charisma to be the face of a franchise.
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I'll be nice since I'm not a RGIII fan ... here's the scoop:

Robert Griffin III

Upside- Griffin has become much more than a freak athlete or spread offense distributer. He has good arm strength and, more importantly, showed exellent accuracy on deep and intermediate throws. Athletically, he could be a star receiver or running back, and his ability to throw with velocity and accuracy on the run is Aaron Rodgers-like. He has the demeanor and charisma to be the face of a franchise.
I feel like a junkie right now.
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I feel like a junkie right now.
Downside- His learning curve is a little steeper after playing out of a shotgun-heavy spread offense. His comletion percentage is misleading due to a lot of shorter throws.
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Bottom Line- Like Cam Newton a year ago, Griffin's athleticism overshadows the strides he's made as a passer. That athleticism will allow him to survive until he fully grasps an NFL offense.
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Bottom Line- Like Cam Newton a year ago, Griffin's athleticism overshadows the strides he's made as a passer. That athleticism will allow him to survive until he fully grasps an NFL offense.
XXVI don't tell me you're coming around on Griffin. If you join the dark side then it'll just be NCSkins on the opposite side of the fence.
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I really think the NFL needs to make Williams an example, since they didn't have the balls to do it with Bellichick. With all of this hoopla about player safety and as much sh*t they've given the players, it is time for the coaches to get disciplined.
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Saying this in a Junkie Voice. "You got some of the pureist stuff on the street man must be BLUE MAGIC".
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I really think the NFL needs to make Williams an example, since they didn't have the balls to do it with Bellichick. With all of this hoopla about player safety and as much sh*t they've given the players, it is time for the coaches to get disciplined.
Agree Bellishit got away with murder IMO.
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Agree Bellishit got away with murder IMO.
And he got coach of the year when the whole thing went public.
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And he got coach of the year when the whole thing went public.
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I really think the NFL needs to make Williams an example, since they didn't have the balls to do it with Bellichick. With all of this hoopla about player safety and as much sh*t they've given the players, it is time for the coaches to get disciplined.
I agree. So long as it's not anyone currently employed by the Redskins.
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XXVI don't tell me you're coming around on Griffin. If you join the dark side then it'll just be NCSkins on the opposite side of the fence.
No, I've said it time and time again. I like RGIII. I too would hope the Skins get RGIII. My main issue is giving up the several picks to get him. I know there is a pretty chart with #'s regarding how much each pick is worth, but to me those picks could give us valuable players.

If they do go out and get him they definitely need to go out in FA and pick up some top quality WR's and hopefully a RT from somewhere. I think the rest of the spots needed could be picked up with the late draft picks we would have left OL, FS, CB, LB.

Honestly I'm just getting tired of all the QB blubbering. It's like thats all we need on this team, but it's not. I, you , and everyone else here can talk till we are blue in the face but it's not gunna matter or make a difference to what the Skins have planned or what they are going to do. and no matter what they do some of us will be dissapointed or happy. In the end I just want whoever the team takes to be successful.
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