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Old 11-20-2012, 12:08 PM   #91
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Old 11-20-2012, 12:17 PM   #92
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Haynesworth without a doubt is my least favorite.

Dude came in here talking a good game at his initial presser, then proceeded to take the money and run like a chump.

Total waste of a super talented guy. He could have had an incredible career with the right mindset.

All that said, I hate Vinny more for making this insanely dumb move.
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Old 11-20-2012, 09:13 PM   #93
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Haynesworth without a doubt is my least favorite.

Dude came in here talking a good game at his initial presser, then proceeded to take the money and run like a chump.

Total waste of a super talented guy. He could have had an incredible career with the right mindset.

All that said, I hate Vinny more for making this insanely dumb move.
I wonder if it will bother fat Albert one day that his legacy will be him taking a nap on the field? While he is watching his contemporaries being inducted into the hall or talked about as being great football players and he is the punchline to jokes? Nah - he will probably be counting his money and jumbo cheeseburgers while he laughs about it. Guess he aint the type of guy who will ever understand anything like work ethic and legacy.
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Old 11-25-2012, 10:18 PM   #94
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Oh almost forgot Mike Barrow and Jason Taylor (for the bugger of me I don't know why I bought his jersey?).
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Old 11-26-2012, 09:19 AM   #95
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Portis was a asshat. The stupid costumes, the dumb things he said to reporter (why is dog fighting bad?), and his lack of effort and throwing coaches/players under the bus. This has led him to being my least favorite person.

I'm answering this in terms of people's personality/character.

Wow, you're way off topic guy and missed the whole point of this thread. I don't think this thread was aimed at judging character and whether or not players dressed up in costumes. The OP stated:

"I'm interested in hearing about the busts and the people you think were absolutely worthless and why.
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2004- 1315 yards 5 tds
2005- 1516 yards 11 tds - led to playoffs
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So if you're saying Portis is a "bust" and was "worthless" after looking at that resume, you are not a fan of the Redskins or the game of football.

Me personally, i could care less if Portis dressed up in costumes and had a little fun for his press conferences, it didn't hurt anybody. What's wrong with players having a little "character"? Some of you fans think they shouldn't express themselves, that they should just "shut up, keep their mouths closed and run up and down the field"? All players have fun, they're humans too. Doesn't meant that he took the game any less serious because on Sundays he always gave 100% and was willing to sacrafice his body as one of the best blocking rbs in the game.

In regards to "rumors" of him going over the coaches head(Zorn), just look at where Zorn is today. He had the respect of NONE of the players. He as a doofus and the guy couldn't even land another NFL coaching job and was fired from Baltimore as there QB coach afterwards.

I'd rather take Coach Gibbs and Shanahans opinion of Portis. Both of them have nothing but praise for him and they respect him, even Shanahan showed up at his retirement to honor him. Portis is honored by the organization as one of the greatest of all time and he's even on the skins postgame show after some games.

Great way to show respect for one of the top 2 rushers this team has ever seen.
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Old 11-26-2012, 09:49 AM   #96
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*throws washed hands up in the air in a "i'm done here" fashion and walks out of thread*
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I wonder if it will bother fat Albert one day that his legacy will be him taking a nap on the field? While he is watching his contemporaries being inducted into the hall or talked about as being great football players and he is the punchline to jokes? Nah - he will probably be counting his money and jumbo cheeseburgers while he laughs about it. Guess he aint the type of guy who will ever understand anything like work ethic and legacy.
No he is laughing all the way to the bank. The only players I have a dislike are the ones who did not try. I can llok past a player not being very good if he gave us his best effort. Hansworthless was one of those guys.
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