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Old 10-16-2012, 05:11 PM   #16
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I think The love for Griff is a little over blown.. <snip>
This is something I expect to hear from a fan who's been around for the past five years or so. So me of us have suffered so long that RGIII is clearly beyond anything we've seen.

I will rein in my adulation when he proves otherwise, which I don't believe he will.
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:18 PM   #17
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This is something I expect to hear from a fan who's been around for the past five years or so. So me of us have suffered so long that RGIII is clearly beyond anything we've seen.

I will rein in my adulation when he proves otherwise, which I don't believe he will.
are you saying skinsfaninok is not a purebred?

tecmo super bowl had just been released for nes and wasn't readily available when i was watching the redskins beat the bills in super bowl 26. the memories are hazy. flashes in the pan included gus frerotte and brad johnson.

fast forward 2 decades: rr hit it spot on, griff is beyond anything i've ever seen.
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:24 PM   #18
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are you saying skinsfaninok is not a purebred?

tecmo super bowl had just been released for nes and wasn't readily available when i was watching the redskins beat the bills in super bowl 26. the memories are hazy. flashes in the pan included gus frerotte and brad johnson.

fast forward 2 decades: rr hit it spot on, griff is beyond anything i've ever seen.
I'm just trying to put some perspective on it, no insult intended (which I know is rare for me).

Since I've been watching Skins games since '78ish I've NEVER seen the potential in another QB that RGIII shows. Not even close.

He'll have 4 Superbowl rings before he's done. Dude is class, style, speed, skill in one pill.
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:25 PM   #19
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Juan Castillo fired as Eagles defensive coordinator - NFL - SI.com

Rats. Bowles may actually make them good.
Andy Reid is starting to panic, feeling the heat that his job is on the line. But what was Reid thinking when you replace a legend like former defensive coordinator Jim Johnson with your offensive line coach Juan Castillo?
However, I wonder if there is a working mirror in any of Andy Reid's bathrooms? The Eagles offense is 31st in committing turnovers. The offense is leading the NFL with 55 turnovers in the last two seasons.
Juan Castillo is the fall guy for Reid and Vick.
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I'll add some.


All Arizona QBs - they have to pick one of them.

Cutler/Smith - how many chances do they get?

Gabbert - disaster rookie year, if he doesn't step up big this year I think they'll move on. Round 1 QBs are cheaper than they used to be.

Josh Johnson - same as Gabbert. One good season, has been bad since.
I'd disagree with Smith and Cutler. They look pretty good this year and might be the most complete team in the NFC outside of the Giants.
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:33 PM   #21
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Lot of coaches/QBs on the hot seat.

Romo/Garrett Though Garrett less so
Lol, I'm sorry but who are they going to replace Romo with. Right now we are looking at one of the worst QB drafts in recent history at least in terms of draft day. Well then again Matt Barkley might free fall on draft day so I guess they could get him but still.
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Andy Reid is starting to panic, feeling the heat that his job is on the line. But what was Reid thinking when you replace a legend like former defensive coordinator Jim Johnson with your offensive line coach Juan Castillo?
However, I wonder if there is a working mirror in any of Andy Reid's bathrooms? The Eagles offense is 31st in committing turnovers. The offense is leading the NFL with 55 turnovers in the last two seasons.
Juan Castillo is the fall guy for Reid and Vick.
Well he did try the DC for Carolina for one year and that didn't work. But I agree, hiring an 0-line coach to run your defense is un heard of in the NFL. Glad to see Bowles get a shot.
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Old 10-16-2012, 06:19 PM   #23
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I'll add some.


All Arizona QBs - they have to pick one of them.

Cutler/Smith - how many chances do they get?

Gabbert - disaster rookie year, if he doesn't step up big this year I think they'll move on. Round 1 QBs are cheaper than they used to be.

Josh Johnson - same as Gabbert. One good season, has been bad since.
Do you mean Josh Freeman?
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Do you mean Josh Freeman?
funny thing was that i read that, knew who he was talking about, and didn't even catch it.

tall qb named josh drafted by the bucs in 2009
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Old 10-16-2012, 06:30 PM   #25
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Up here in NYC, Giants fans already talking smack. Talking all kinds of major bs. Their chest is stuck out because of that gimme SB run they had last year. But the Redskins got their number, I tell them. If the NYG couldn't topple the Redskins with Rex Grossman at the helm, just imagine what RG3 will do!
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Up here in NYC, Giants fans already talking smack. Talking all kinds of major bs. Their chest is stuck out because of that gimme SB run they had last year. But the Redskins got their number, I tell them. If the NYG couldn't topple the Redskins with Rex Grossman at the helm, just imagine what RG3 will do!
good call, keep rubbing the sweep in on them. swept by rex...
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There's no chance the bears fire Smith, he is a winner every year almost.

Romo isn't leaving Dallas he's only 32 and is pretty damn good
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Concussion talk....

James Harrison: I've had "double-digit" concussions
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well that explains some things... Im glad he is taking precautions now
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