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Old 08-14-2013, 02:12 PM   #46
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So Lavar is comparing the RG3 controversy to Albert Haynesworth. Unfukcing real.
People still tune into that clown? Says about as much dumbshit as Rush Limbaugh does.
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So Lavar is comparing the RG3 controversy to Albert Haynesworth. Unfukcing real.

How is that even possible?


Did Griffin fail a shuttle run test?
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Old 08-14-2013, 02:14 PM   #48
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No, Lavar is saying the tension between the player and coach and "confusion". Said there's a dark cloud over the team.
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The only dark cloud over the team is this media who's constantly fishing for a controversy when there is none. They're annoying.
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Old 08-14-2013, 02:37 PM   #50
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There are a handful of drama queens out there that want to twist everything into a shit storm of controversy. LaVar is one of them. He should know, he was a dark cloud here at the end of career with the Skins.

Best to just tune those morons out.
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How come former skins always talk shit about the team?? shit gets annoying
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How come former skins always talk shit about the team?? shit gets annoying
Cause they played when the skins management was terrible, and the team was lucky to go 8-8.
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No, Lavar is saying the tension between the player and coach and "confusion". Said there's a dark cloud over the team.
dark cloud? A team who came together and put together an unbelievable win streak only to take the division and make the playoffs? Man, dc sports radio is flat out f*cking garbage. He needs to get the f*ck outta their with that negativity. Dark cloud my ass.
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How come former skins always talk shit about the team?? shit gets annoying
Because this is how these clowns get payed. No news is good news. So we gotta say something bad. Otherwise, why are we here? Tune it out.
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Cause they played when the skins management was terrible, and the team was lucky to go 8-8.
I agree, some people stay bitter.
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Not all do. Lots of former Skins pull for the team or have nothing to say. Hell, Cooley still bleeds B&G and Theisman is a huge homer.

Guys who I remember poor mouthing us ... Haynesworth, Archuletta, Lavar, Donovan. I am seeing a common thread there.
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If we're keeping 4 TE's I hope we stay pistol, multiple formations which utilize double TE's and motions, stay #1 in play action, RB heavy driven, and 2/3 of Rob's running yards transferred to feeding these receivers. Still a top 10 offense and with a above 15th ranked defense = unstoppable force for the next decade like we're capable and way it should have been last season.
We did go from 25th in rush to #1 if not mistaken but I've long wanted a 4,000yd passer b/c that will solidify a playoff streak year in and out.
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Not all do. Lots of former Skins pull for the team or have nothing to say. Hell, Cooley still bleeds B&G and Theisman is a huge homer.

Guys who I remember poor mouthing us ... Haynesworth, Archuletta, Lavar, Donovan. I am seeing a common thread there.
I like Brian Mitchell a lot. I like to consider him an objective homer. He'll rip the team when they deserve it but will give credit where it's due.

Like you said with the trend, anyone who constantly bad mouths the Skins either bombed with them or kinda had to deal with poor management/wanted to leave (i.e. Carlos Rogers, Antonio Pierce)

But you know who's never had anything to say despite being rag dolled around for a few years? Ramsey. You'd think if anyone had a reason to bitch about the Skins organization, it'd be him.
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If we're keeping 4 TE's I hope we stay pistol, multiple formations which utilize double TE's and motions, stay #1 in play action, RB heavy driven, and 2/3 of Rob's running yards transferred to feeding these receivers. Still a top 10 offense and with a above 15th ranked defense = unstoppable force for the next decade like we're capable and way it should have been last season.
We did go from 25th in rush to #1 if not mistaken but I've long wanted a 4,000yd passer b/c that will solidify a playoff streak year in and out.
Running the ball for 2,500 yards plus will likely get you the same results.
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Running the ball for 2,500 yards plus will likely get you the same results.
Lol, not by any 1 player though. I'd prefer to have a potent passing attack if ever needing to go 80yards in a 2 minute drill when trailing, especially if getting to 2,500yd rushing requires 1 concussion, 2 knee sprains, and major offseason surgery that calls into question future risks to the greatest player a team has ever had in an era that is pass driven.

4,000yds is a reasonable expectation,less riskier, and will lead to more wins.IMO
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