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Old 02-24-2005, 05:14 PM   #121
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I though we put this one to bed, I evaluate on what I see DB let other's continue to form your opinion's, I have watched him that's why I say what I say you obviously have been reading into all his hype which is based on his athletic ability and personality, I base him on his action's and his action's say other wise, a good GM evaluates talent on the field not what redskin's.com has written, but your more than welcome to believe whatever you read by all mean's, I have given my reason's in this thread I am not going to contiually have to repeat myself so go read that.
I have read and you are wrong. Thats my opinion. And if you base things on his actions then you haven't really watched him play. So at least we know you watched the whole season last year except for the 1st 3 games when Arrington played and I was devasting on one leg. Did you see what he did in the Tampa game when he was healthy?
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Old 02-24-2005, 09:27 PM   #122
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He will improve an already EXCELLENT defense......if he had remained healthy we might have been the #1 instead of the #2 defense in the league................
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haven't been to this thread for a while just catchin up, still going, got to get it going strong
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Old 02-24-2005, 09:30 PM   #123
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Old 02-24-2005, 11:07 PM   #124
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We'll see if LaVar lives up to his contract next year. Everyone's said everything they can say on this top by page 15. =p
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Old 02-25-2005, 10:11 AM   #125
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Sorry Offiss, I didnt know you were a scout.
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Old 02-25-2005, 10:29 AM   #126
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I bet he didn't know you were a scout either!
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Old 02-25-2005, 11:47 AM   #127
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I never claimed to be. To say Arrington is slightly above average is not an opinion, it's naivety.
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Old 02-25-2005, 11:48 AM   #128
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How about we agree to disagree for now and let it go
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Old 02-25-2005, 11:53 AM   #129
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How about they duke it out in a steel cage match and the winner takes on Michael Westbrook?

Seriously though, let's move on
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Old 02-25-2005, 04:26 PM   #130
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keep dreamin dude and try not to live vicariously through football.
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Old 02-25-2005, 04:40 PM   #131
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No prob. you have to have an eye for talent to know something like that. Your forgiven.

So, who died and told you that you have an eye for talent? Is that what you do for a living? Scout NFL players?
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Old 02-25-2005, 04:48 PM   #132
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Redskins_P - Lavar makes huge plays, but he also makes just as many bonehead plays where he over-runs. The question isn't his talent. It's the ratio of physical attributes to millions of dollars. You want to complain about our cap situation? Look straight to #56 who if we go to cap hell will be because of his bloated contract above any other player.
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Redskins_P - Lavar makes huge plays, but he also makes just as many bonehead plays where he over-runs. The question isn't his talent. It's the ratio of physical attributes to millions of dollars. You want to complain about our cap situation? Look straight to #56 who if we go to cap hell will be because of his bloated contract above any other player.

Daseal, I understand where you're coming from. But, I was just asking that question because none of us here are Pro Scouts. We're just fans with different opinions.

I respect your opinion and Offiss's, but don't come in here acting like you know more than the next guy. We're all on the same boat. We're just fans. Know what I'm saying?
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Old 02-25-2005, 04:57 PM   #134
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Well - If we get rid of speculation this site would be renamed redskins.com and it would be boring. Offiss stated his opinion, and in my estimation, did a good job. We're just fans, but most of the people here (and I'm not including myself) really know their football. We all watch the skins games (often more than once) and we all observe things about them. The problem is - we aren't ever willing to admit the bad. LaVar is a great athlete no one disputes that, but I feel his contract is too big and for the way LeMarr Marshall was playing we could have dealt him and been a more complete team (that was till he got his ginormous contract.) Objectively we could probably field an all around better team without LaVar, in my opinion. He's exciting to watch, and the media latches onto his personallity. I'm just curious if with all his Redskins talk how willing he'll be to restructure again in 3 years.
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Well - If we get rid of speculation this site would be renamed redskins.com and it would be boring. Offiss stated his opinion, and in my estimation, did a good job. We're just fans, but most of the people here (and I'm not including myself) really know their football. We all watch the skins games (often more than once) and we all observe things about them. The problem is - we aren't ever willing to admit the bad. LaVar is a great athlete no one disputes that, but I feel his contract is too big and for the way LeMarr Marshall was playing we could have dealt him and been a more complete team (that was till he got his ginormous contract.) Objectively we could probably field an all around better team without LaVar, in my opinion. He's exciting to watch, and the media latches onto his personallity. I'm just curious if with all his Redskins talk how willing he'll be to restructure again in 3 years.

I'm not talking about speculation. I'm talking about someone here claiming they know more than the other.

And, of course this site would suck if we didn't speculate.

I'm not touching this thread anymore to avoid any problems. Like I said, we're in this thing together. I think we can all agree that we disagree.

And about Lavar restructuring in 3 years, you're right it would be interesting to see how much of a "real Redskin" he is by helping the teams salary cap. But that's another story for another day.

Offiss, I respect your opinion and I hope Lavar can prove both you and Daseal wrong. If he doesn't, then I will let you guys know that you were right. For now, I'd rather focus on discussing our problems on offense than one player on defense.

Peace fellas.
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