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Old 12-11-2012, 07:19 PM   #121
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You once again somehow manage to sum up yourself without even realizing it.

Perfect.
LOL...now I definitely feel like there's a child at the other end of the convo.

Pretty soon you'll say start in with "Sticks and stones..."
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Old 12-11-2012, 07:24 PM   #122
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How about they make Cooley a fullback and put Darrell Young back at LB?
I can't tell if you're being serious or if we're all being trolled here. Are you really being serious about this?
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LOL...now I definitely feel like there's a child at the other end of the convo.

Pretty soon you'll say start in with "Sticks and stones..."
I was actually thinking more along the lines of "takes one to know one".

Just keeping with the theme here.
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I can't tell if you're being serious or if we're all being trolled here. Are you really being serious about this?
amazing isnt it? Young is playing like a borderline probowler.
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I can't tell if you're being serious or if we're all being trolled here. Are you really being serious about this?
We need to put Doughty as RG3's back up and throw Trent Williams back at safety. We can put out an APB for Haynesworth and he can come back and play NT.

Dead serious.
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I was actually thinking more along the lines of "takes one to know one".

Just keeping with the theme here.
Touche...I'm a big kid at heart. Last word goes to you on this one if you choose daddio.
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As a certified Maryland secondary school wrestling referee I'd have hit Fred for stalling a couple of times there.
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Touche...I'm a big kid at heart. Last word goes to you on this one if you choose daddio.
Truce?

Til next time at least.
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I don't want to come across as overtly insulting so I won't explain what conspiracy means, or post a definition.

There's two different issues, which are intertwined. One is why Paul sees the field on offense? The other is why Cooley hasn't gotten more looks?

I tend to think Cooley should get more looks, like split targets with Lunch Pail. More strongly though, I don't see any evidence that Paul deserves to play on offense...anywhere.

To the last thing, yeah I still seriously doubt Shanahan will take us anywhere. Still happy to be wrong about it if things really come together, and I love wearing my Skins apparral right now btw. But no, I don't think Mike's going anywhere. My intuition is he's done just enough to keep his job into next year, and maybe even turn the team over to his kiddo afterward. I don't think we'll ever be a real contender with a Shanahan as HC, OC etc for myriad reasons that have been long debated here. I think better coaching prospects will be available next year, and the year after.

I don't mind being the minority in this regard, in part because I find the pro-Shanny posts/posters pretty amusing

Man, it must be tough to be you over the past month or so. Your Shanahan hate will not abate (hey, that rhymes), and there's just nothing that'll change that. Apparently ever. Too bad, your problem, though.

Obviously Paul hasn't produced, even with the little action he's seen. But just maybe his coach sees something in practice that, as a young guy, he could replicate in games. Like catching the ball. Turn Paul around though, you'll have a tough (we know that from ST) tight end, with speed that Cooley could only dream about even in his best days. So just maybe they're trying to develop a player. Think of the concept!

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Old 12-11-2012, 08:43 PM   #132
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9 pages on a burned out TE?? Really? I'd rather go back to talking about the penalties and 3rd down conversions.


You Cooley fans get over it. He'll never be like he was back in the mid to late 2000's. He had a great run here and gave us some memorable moments, but it's over. Done. Finished. Move on.


When Paulsen is on the field and Cooley is not, that is telling you how far he's dropped.
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Cooley=Grossman for the team this year. Just here because he is familiar with the team after Davis got hurt. I would even say Grossman has more of impact on game day. Cooley is done we need to just move on.
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Cooley=Grossman for the team this year. Just here because he is familiar with the team after Davis got hurt. I would even say Grossman has more of impact on game day. Cooley is done we need to just move on.
One block late in the 4th quarter against the Giants while going for a first down to seal the game is more than Grossman has contributed all year. Hes good about talking with RG3 and Cousins, but Cooley is a good locker room guy as well.
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One block late in the 4th quarter against the Giants while going for a first down to seal the game is more than Grossman has contributed all year. Hes good about talking with RG3 and Cousins, but Cooley is a good locker room guy as well.
i was being sarcastic, but your exactly right Cooley is no more that the 3rd TE, which is usually a blocker.
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