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Old 08-30-2012, 09:43 PM   #136
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Troy Vincent. Made 1 play ill never forget.
I know it was the dallas game. Did he block the fg?
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Old 08-30-2012, 09:52 PM   #137
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Yeah that was a crazy year. The things that I remember most:

- The Skins getting bludgeoned, then butchered, then bludgeoned again by the Packers in the game right after 9/11.
- Jeff George getting the axe soon afterward.
- Lavar Arrington's interception returned for a TD against the Panthers. You could sense that things were changing after their 0-5 start.
- Stephen Davis fumbling late in the game and blowing it vs. the effing Cowboys. I'm pretty sure that was 2001 and it was on a Sunday or Monday night.
- Kent Graham's legendary performance.

My question now is, why didn't Kent Graham take another snap for the Redskins after that? WTF, Marty!!! Maybe Marty did deserve the pink slip.
Thats a good question. George was gone. Tony banks played in front of graham the rest of the year. Graham never really played again with hiuston so i think it was an every dog has his day thing against denver? Funny thing is as i was just looking up info on graham to find out that it was the redskins who got him benched while he was on the giants and for all intensive purposes his career was ovet at that point. I just went back and looked again. Graham didnt start the denver game so banks must have gotten hurt and than came back the next week. Banks already won three in a row going into the denver game.
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Old 08-31-2012, 12:14 AM   #138
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I liked Joe Salavea....and guess what he's doing now/why I brought him up while I was watching the WSU BYU game..

Ex-UA player, coach Salave'a hired at Washington State
Good for him. I liked him too.
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Old 08-31-2012, 12:38 AM   #139
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Good for him. I liked him too.
Yep him and Daniels were great for a couple of years there. If we had that D and somewhat of an offense we would have won a few more playoff games
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Yeah that was a crazy year. The things that I remember most:

- The Skins getting bludgeoned, then butchered, then bludgeoned again by the Packers in the game right after 9/11.
- Jeff George getting the axe soon afterward.
- Lavar Arrington's interception returned for a TD against the Panthers. You could sense that things were changing after their 0-5 start.
- Stephen Davis fumbling late in the game and blowing it vs. the effing Cowboys. I'm pretty sure that was 2001 and it was on a Sunday or Monday night.
- Kent Graham's legendary performance.

My question now is, why didn't Kent Graham take another snap for the Redskins after that? WTF, Marty!!! Maybe Marty did deserve the pink slip.
I was at that game two 0-4 teams on Monday Night Football, that where i learned how classless 99% of Cowboy fans are that game and about five after it that i had to make the walk of shame out of Cowboy Stadium. Terrible experience for years.
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Old 08-31-2012, 07:29 AM   #141
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Benny Malone. Had the weirdest running style I ever saw. It was like he was running in seven different directions at once.
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Old 08-31-2012, 08:31 AM   #142
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Did anyone mention the very first H-Back in NFL history, Nick Giaquinto?!

We'll never have a DLINE like this again (especially since we run a 34 now)!

Dexter Manley
Daryl Grant
Dave Butz
Charles Mann

This is a where are they now for Grant.
I always thought Grant and Butz never got enough credit for the job they did. I love Grant's statement from the article about Dexter always asking him what play they were running. Imagine how Dexter could play had he only been... smart.
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Old 08-31-2012, 09:15 AM   #143
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Yeah, Grant was the original one man gang. He played O-Line for at least a year before switching to D.
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Old 09-03-2012, 12:03 PM   #144
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Pete Wysocki
Pete Cronan ('Cronan The Barbarian')
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reminded me of michael barrow. he had a huge impact for us
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reminded me of michael barrow. he had a huge impact for us
Michael Barrow had a solid couple of years, but I don't remember him having a huge impact. I think Marcus Washington made more of an impact than he did.
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Michael Barrow had a solid couple of years, but I don't remember him having a huge impact. I think Marcus Washington made more of an impact than he did.
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Michael Barrow had a solid couple of years, but I don't remember him having a huge impact. I think Marcus Washington made more of an impact than he did.
Barrow didn't even see any regular season action here.

Maybe you guys are thinking of Jessie Armstead?
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Timmy Smith. His career was very short, but oddly enough his Super Bowl rushing yardage record is still the best in NFL history. 204 yards rushing. Only Marcus Allen has come close.
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Timmy who? Never heard of the guy.
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