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Old 01-02-2013, 07:25 PM   #31
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Nobody trades high picks for RBs anymore. Especially ones that can't stay healthy.
Pretty much this. Not even mentioning his ridiculous contract.
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Old 01-02-2013, 08:13 PM   #32
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Also profootballfocus said "Wide receiver Pierre Garcon ended up second in Yards Per Route Run at 2.93"

LOL,what?How and who keeps track of routes run?
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Backup QB Kirk Cousins has the flu, misses practice
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DeAngelo Hall On The Seahawks: "They Don't Like Us And We Don't Like Them."
DeAngelo Hall joined 106.7 the Fan in Washington D.C. with LaVar and Dukes to talk about how the team turned things around after a 3-6 start to the season, how much better it is for the Redskins to play on Sunday as opposed to Saturday, whether he did anything special to get in the head of Dez Bryant the other night, if he thinks Washington can go on a Giants-like run this season and whether they feel like they have an advantage when it comes to playing Russell Wilson and the Seahawks because they get to practice against Robert Griffin III.
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Let's keep the coaching/exec rumors in the Black Monday thread
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Old 01-03-2013, 09:03 AM   #38
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Victor Cruz calls Redskins 'team to beat' in NFC playoffs | NJ.com

"It’s tough for me to say this because we play in the same division as them, but I think Washington is having a good year," the Giants receiver said on WFAN Radio yesterday. "They’re having a year similar to us last year where they’re kicking up at the right time. They’re playing some good football. Typically the team that is playing the best towards the end of the year is the team that is going to potentially win it all."
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DeAngelo Hall On The Seahawks: "They Don't Like Us And We Don't Like Them."
DeAngelo Hall joined 106.7 the Fan in Washington D.C. with LaVar and Dukes to talk about how the team turned things around after a 3-6 start to the season, how much better it is for the Redskins to play on Sunday as opposed to Saturday, whether he did anything special to get in the head of Dez Bryant the other night, if he thinks Washington can go on a Giants-like run this season and whether they feel like they have an advantage when it comes to playing Russell Wilson and the Seahawks because they get to practice against Robert Griffin III.
Is it me, or does DHall seem like he has matured a bit. His description of playing Bryant was by far the first time where he sounded respectful, not mouthy. And watching the game again last night, it just seemed like he was intent on playing his position, not being the limelight guy. I could even take it all the way back to the one interception where he didn't take it in for the TD(right/wrong choice - it was not the glory hog of old). If he can keep his attitude and tone focused, then he may be worth keeping around.
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Is it me, or does DHall seem like he has matured a bit. His description of playing Bryant was by far the first time where he sounded respectful, not mouthy. And watching the game again last night, it just seemed like he was intent on playing his position, not being the limelight guy. I could even take it all the way back to the one interception where he didn't take it in for the TD(right/wrong choice - it was not the glory hog of old). If he can keep his attitude and tone focused, then he may be worth keeping around.
I've always said, give Hall a good team and something to be excited about and his talent will emerge. As far as his maturity, he has no choice but to mature if he wants to be a Redskin next season.
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Is it me, or does DHall seem like he has matured a bit. His description of playing Bryant was by far the first time where he sounded respectful, not mouthy. And watching the game again last night, it just seemed like he was intent on playing his position, not being the limelight guy. I could even take it all the way back to the one interception where he didn't take it in for the TD(right/wrong choice - it was not the glory hog of old). If he can keep his attitude and tone focused, then he may be worth keeping around.
onside kick return, but the message is still the same.
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Old 01-03-2013, 05:16 PM   #43
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Carolina's nightmare cap situation - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN


That Panthers team will definitely be on the decline. You thought they had a slump this year, wait till next year.
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DeAngelo Hall On The Seahawks: "They Don't Like Us And We Don't Like Them."
DeAngelo Hall joined 106.7 the Fan in Washington D.C. with LaVar and Dukes to talk about how the team turned things around after a 3-6 start to the season, how much better it is for the Redskins to play on Sunday as opposed to Saturday, whether he did anything special to get in the head of Dez Bryant the other night, if he thinks Washington can go on a Giants-like run this season and whether they feel like they have an advantage when it comes to playing Russell Wilson and the Seahawks because they get to practice against Robert Griffin III.
By the same token, the seahawks defense (which is already infinitely better than ours) has an advantage against us because they get to practice against Wilson... who is not wearing a brace and limping around. My gut tells me we find a way to win this game, but we should not be favored in any aspect of the game. We are clear underdogs, and thats how i like it.
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Carolina's nightmare cap situation - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN


That Panthers team will definitely be on the decline. You thought they had a slump this year, wait till next year.
Just looking at some of their players who may be available, there may be some solid helpful aquisitions available. I, for one, wouldn't mind finding a way to fit Chris Gamble onto the roster.
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