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Old 08-03-2012, 02:00 PM   #121
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Thanks everyone!! Taking my 3 year old.. Wish me luck.
You should be fine. Took a 2-year old and he had a blast. This year, I'm bringing a 4 1/2 year-old and an 11-month year old girl.

Wish ME luck!

She loves being outside. We're going to test that out tomorrow.
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Old 08-03-2012, 02:01 PM   #122
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Your memory is fuzzy because you drink in the parking lot that doesn't exist. I went 2 years ago and we parked in a dusty, half grassed-over area that sounded like you're driving through a mine field with all of the holes. I don't remember a parking lot at Redskins Park.
That was the "parking lot" I was talking about. Just because it wasn't paved and it served as a grassy field from mid-August until late-July of every year doesn't mean it didn't double as a parking lot.

There is an actual parking lot at Redskins Park, but we all know who that's reserved for.
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Re: Washington Post: Redskins Training Camp Observations

So on NON-fan appreciation days at TC, are they practicing in the new practice bubble or outside? I've seen a lot of clips of them inside...is that just morning practice that the public can't attend?
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So on NON-fan appreciation days at TC, are they practicing in the new practice bubble or outside? I've seen a lot of clips of them inside...is that just morning practice that the public can't attend?
It might be that, or it might just be a legit weather concern. We've had a few rainy days here and there, as well as plenty of hot days where they might be concerned about body temperatures.
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8-ball it is then.
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Please, everybody knows that Hurricane is the way to go. You guys are crazy.
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Please, everybody knows that Hurricane is the way to go. You guys are crazy.
or you can call it slurricane
anyone ever played 'edward 40 hands'?
sometimes i miss college
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Re: Washington Post: Redskins Training Camp Observations

For all you Madden players, RG3 will be an 83 Overall in this years game.

-93 Speed (fastest qb in game, beating out Vick's 90 speed)
-93 Throw on the Run
-95 Throwing Power
-88 Deep Accuracy
-85 Med Accuracy
-80 Short Accuracy

He'll be practically... UNSTOPPABLE!
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For all you Madden players, RG3 will be an 83 Overall in this years game.

-93 Speed (fastest qb in game, beating out Vick's 90 speed)
-93 Throw on the Run
-95 Throwing Power
-88 Deep Accuracy
-85 Med Accuracy
-80 Short Accuracy

He'll be practically... UNSTOPPABLE!
The Skins will undoubtedly be one of the top teams used online. Ge ready for all the bandwagoners.
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Old 08-03-2012, 03:44 PM   #130
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FYI, for anyone who had thought of going on Monday. Monday's practice will now be closed to the public
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Old 08-03-2012, 04:12 PM   #131
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The Skins will undoubtedly be one of the top teams used online. Ge ready for all the bandwagoners.
No doubt about that. Its quite irritating to think of if you ask me.
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Interesting that he's 'faster than vick', my question is what was Cam Newton rated as before the season and after the season?
Slower than RGIII.

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St. Ides for the win!

god that ish was nasty
Amen. Shit was like rocket fuel, and you got just as lit as if it was.
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Old 08-03-2012, 06:15 PM   #134
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started at 77, and from i can tell, finished at 87
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It's strange. RG3 was a 99 on the NCCA 2010 game. He had a 87 speed. When I transported him to Madden 10 he started off as an 87 ovr. His speed decreased from 87 in college to 84 in the NFL. But he's still a beast on Madden 10.
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