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Old 12-08-2013, 05:55 PM   #46
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I'd be shocked if mike is our HC tomorrow and if he is its a Damn shame on the part of Dan.
I hope that isn't the case. The skins will gain nothing by firing him now as opposed to waiting until the end of the season. And it could definitely hurt us. Snyder will have a tough time convincing coaches to work for him; it will be even harder if he fires a coach during the season.
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Old 12-08-2013, 06:04 PM   #47
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Rg3 is an idiot. He has been a cancer to this team and organization and should learn to at least shut the hell up. He is not a franchise quarterback. Franchise quarterbacks don't cause the problems he has, and don't say the things he says.
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Old 12-08-2013, 06:10 PM   #48
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Where are our spies? I mean in the past people would tell us where Redskins1 was heading possibly who DS was meeting with. We got nothing.
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Old 12-08-2013, 06:12 PM   #49
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Yeah they are saying that we are going t get the Baylor coach to pacify our big headed full of himself QB
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I hope that isn't the case. The skins will gain nothing by firing him now as opposed to waiting until the end of the season. And it could definitely hurt us. Snyder will have a tough time convincing coaches to work for him; it will be even harder if he fires a coach during the season.
i tend to agree with this. I also believe that leak about him wanting to leave last year does more damage to the organization than it does to him. So if he is fired during the season, no coach thats worth anything will want to come here. We will be just like the Raiders with Al Davis and have to hire bums.
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Old 12-08-2013, 06:16 PM   #51
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Yeah they are saying that we are going t get the Baylor coach to pacify our big headed full of himself QB
Yea, I am not sure if you have had to much to drink or what but I am going to assume you have. I completely disagree with you, has he had his issues yes but its not just him. Its a multiple of issues. Griffin is the smaller of major issues.
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Griffin is a major issue.
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Yeah they are saying that we are going t get the Baylor coach to pacify our big headed full of himself QB
Art Briles would be a horrible hire....
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Yeah they are saying that we are going t get the Baylor coach to pacify our big headed full of himself QB
Well the good news would be that we would have a HC that understands the "Spread Option" better.
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Great qbs wont take perks. We have had a guy like that, his name was Clinton Portis. And it was ok for Portis. Its ok for many players. Not franchise QBs
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Griffin is a major issue.
I agree, but like I said he is a smaller of the major issue.
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Art Briles, would be the equivalent of Zorn.
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Art Briles, would be the equivalent of Zorn.
Well they claim he's the Chip Kelly equivalent. Except Art's offense is supposed to be even quicker and faster no huddle.
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Well they claim he's the Chip Kelly equivalent. Except Art's offense is supposed to be even quicker and faster no huddle.
who cares? You really want to play even more of this college offense. Don't have the playmakers to run that offense like the eagles do.
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Well they claim he's the Chip Kelly equivalent. Except Art's offense is supposed to be even quicker and faster no huddle.
Do we draft Bryce why we are at it?
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