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Old 11-12-2012, 11:58 PM   #226
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If there was one defensive player I would sign if he became a FA, it would be Tamba Hali. If that guy played on a good team people would speak about him as they do about Demarcus Ware.
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Old 11-13-2012, 12:24 AM   #227
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I swear Byron Leftwich is a full size version of Gary Coleman.
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Old 11-13-2012, 12:37 AM   #228
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:04 AM   #229
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Ray Edwards anyone? I say give him a look, why not
What??


He's available? Or are you saying after the season?

Edit: Nevermind, saw that he was cut per PFT.

I say pick him up redskins. NOTHING TO LOSE!
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:09 AM   #230
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Ray Edwards anyone? I say give him a look, why not
Why would we want a 4-3 DE?

If anything, they should take a look at Stanford Routt, but at this point we need more safety help than anything else.
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Why would we want a 4-3 DE?

If anything, they should take a look at Stanford Routt, but at this point we need more safety help than anything else.
Because he could be a good stand up pass rusher. You just don't know.

And Stanford Routt is one of the top 5 Worst CBs in the league, according to pro football focus.

What in terms of position, Ray Edwards is a better DE than what Stanford Routt is to CBs.
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Old 11-13-2012, 04:21 AM   #232
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Because he could be a good stand up pass rusher. You just don't know.

And Stanford Routt is one of the top 5 Worst CBs in the league, according to pro football focus.

What in terms of position, Ray Edwards is a better DE than what Stanford Routt is to CBs.
Edwards had knee issues last year and after playing 6 years in the 4-3 he's not going to become a good 3-4 pass rusher in a matter of days. Given our sh*tty secondary, if I must chose one, I'd chose Routt. In reality, we're not going to acquire a player to fix our defensive woes overnight.

While there might be players out there that can easily switch between one scheme and the other, I just think it is a bit silly to suggest the acquisition of a player from a defensive scheme that is not ours. That's like me suggesting for us to get a 350-lb tackle for our zone blocking o-line.
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Old 11-13-2012, 06:19 AM   #233
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scheme isn't everything. if he can get to the QB, try it, cause we can't.
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I actually am kind of a fan of Vick now that I think about it. I'm a die hard skins fan but you have to respect the guys talent and what he has done in the league. I really think he is getting more heat than he deserves right now and he is handling it like a true pro. I hope he gets healthy and plays where he wishes next year.
What he has done in the league?

You mean below-average passing ability, criminal and immoral activities that now only hurt his team by taking himself off the field, but taking himself our of society while in a prison cell for a while?

Or do you mean the drug offenses and shooting the middle finger to fans?

He's been a scumbag on and off the field and yes, he's a gifted athlete in terms of speed, he's been a mediocre quarterback at best. He's managed a few great games in his career, just like Rex Grossman.

His Commissioner-mandated apology tour doesn't make up for what he has done.

If I never have to watch him play again, I'll be happy.
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Old 11-13-2012, 11:14 AM   #235
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I actually am kind of a fan of Vick now that I think about it. I'm a die hard skins fan but you have to respect the guys talent and what he has done in the league. I really think he is getting more heat than he deserves right now and he is handling it like a true pro. I hope he gets healthy and plays where he wishes next year.
Other than his off the field transgressions, which he already went to jail for, I really have nothing against Vick. I don't think he is good enough to overcome the sh*tty offensive line Andy Reid has placed in front of him (made even worst by injuries).
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I actually am kind of a fan of Vick now that I think about it. I'm a die hard skins fan but you have to respect the guys talent and what he has done in the league. I really think he is getting more heat than he deserves right now and he is handling it like a true pro. I hope he gets healthy and plays where he wishes next year.
I dont have to respect him for what he's done in the league or away from it. Hang on my chocolate lab Sandy needs to go outside.
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Old 11-13-2012, 11:21 AM   #237
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Just respecting his talents man, the guy was and kind of still is electrifying. And Idk man, Vick got the falcons farther than matt ryan has so far without even half of the talent they have on that team right now. Vick had big old Crumpler and thats it. Brady and Peyton are in their own league.
He hasn't done jack shit in the league. He's just been a glorified RB except for one fluke year.


ps. He also had Roddy White on that team and still couldn't get it done.
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In terms of talent, as NC said, he had one fluke year and was always a gimmick QB and nothing more. He helped the Falcons win a few games but he has never been more than a poor man's Randall Cunningham.

While I wouldn't wish injury on the most despicable of players, I am hopeful that I will never have to watch him on a football field again.

[Not sure if I ever said what my solution to his off-field the field issues was: Douse him in A-1 sauce and put him in the ring with his dogs for an hour. After that, debt paid.]
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Still afraid to throw the ball - even with man coverage on Marshall down field. Chuck the ball to him man! I was thoroughly enjoying watching JC in that game - because he wasnt wearing the b&g.
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