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Old 06-18-2014, 11:10 AM   #106
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Riding a plastic swan drinking champagne? Yeah... douche

This guy has the maturity level of a 10 year old.
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Old 06-18-2014, 12:02 PM   #107
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Riding a plastic swan drinking champagne? Yeah... douche

drinking champagne alone...what a total bitch. riding a plastic swan in a club drinking champagne: douchebitch
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Old 06-18-2014, 09:58 PM   #108
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Sportscenter Ticker Before Manziel:

Tebow - Lebron - Tebow - Something on ice - Tebow on Ice - Lebron's new Ice

Sportscenter Ticker With Manziel

Manziel - Lebron - Tebow - Tebow - Manziel - Lebron - Tebow - Lebron.
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Old 06-19-2014, 10:17 AM   #109
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drinking champagne alone...what a total bitch. riding a plastic swan in a club drinking champagne: douchebitch
Some of the other QB's in the draft like Bridgewater or Derrick Carr must look at this idiot and shake their heads as to why he went ahead of them. Could you imagine if RG3 carried himself like this?
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Some of the other QB's in the draft like Bridgewater or Derrick Carr must look at this idiot and shake their heads as to why he went ahead of them. Could you imagine if RG3 carried himself like this?
Personality and talent are two totally different things.
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New York Jets' playbook might be in New England Patriots' possession, Mike Pettine says - ESPN

I really hope Rex Ryan isnt possibly this stupid. He cant be this dumb...can he?
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Declining RB Production and NFL Contract Modeling - Over the Cap


Very good article on RBs, production and their worth as they age.
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Rich Tandler's Five Reasons to be Optimistic About the 2014 Season. I like his thoughts on this and I think there may be even more reasons to be optimistic.

"—Improved pass rush—Between the addition of Jason Hatcher and a more aggressive scheme on defense, the Redskins should be able to get more heat on the quarterback this year. That should not only improve their sack total (36 in 2013, tied for 21st in the NFL), it should lead to quarterbacks throwing the ball up for grabs.

—Improved special teams—New special teams coach Ben Kotwica is smart and experienced and it appears that teams will be more of an emphasis this year. But the main reason to think that the kicking units will get better is that they have nowhere to go but up.

—Strong rushing game—The Redskins were fifth in the NFL in rushing yards last year and with Alfred Morris returning, they should be able to move the ball on the ground. Will Jay Gruden get too pass happy? That seems unlikely, as the Bengals were in the top 10 in rushing attempts two out of the three years he was calling plays as the offensive coordinator in Cincinnati.

—A healthy and prepared Robert Griffin III—The 2012 rookie of the year did not really have a shot at repeating his debut season performance. The knee injury he suffered in the playoffs robbed him of preparation time on the field in the spring and summer and the bulky brace he had to wear hampered his mobility on the field in the fall. With full preparation time and full speed, Griffin will be much better this year than last.

—A deep receiving threat—The addition of DeSean Jackson adds a dimension that the receiving corps hasn’t had in years. If things work out on the field as they do on paper (not always a given), Jackson should make big plays for the offense while helping create some wide open spaces for other pass catchers on other plays."
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interested to see if there is a drop off in the running game. if our running game becomes pedestrian and RG3 plays inconsistent = disaster on offense.
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Rich Tandler's Five Reasons to be Optimistic About the 2014 Season. I like his thoughts on this and I think there may be even more reasons to be optimistic.



"—Improved pass rush—Between the addition of Jason Hatcher and a more aggressive scheme on defense, the Redskins should be able to get more heat on the quarterback this year. That should not only improve their sack total (36 in 2013, tied for 21st in the NFL), it should lead to quarterbacks throwing the ball up for grabs.



—Improved special teams—New special teams coach Ben Kotwica is smart and experienced and it appears that teams will be more of an emphasis this year. But the main reason to think that the kicking units will get better is that they have nowhere to go but up.



—Strong rushing game—The Redskins were fifth in the NFL in rushing yards last year and with Alfred Morris returning, they should be able to move the ball on the ground. Will Jay Gruden get too pass happy? That seems unlikely, as the Bengals were in the top 10 in rushing attempts two out of the three years he was calling plays as the offensive coordinator in Cincinnati.



—A healthy and prepared Robert Griffin III—The 2012 rookie of the year did not really have a shot at repeating his debut season performance. The knee injury he suffered in the playoffs robbed him of preparation time on the field in the spring and summer and the bulky brace he had to wear hampered his mobility on the field in the fall. With full preparation time and full speed, Griffin will be much better this year than last.



—A deep receiving threat—The addition of DeSean Jackson adds a dimension that the receiving corps hasn’t had in years. If things work out on the field as they do on paper (not always a given), Jackson should make big plays for the offense while helping create some wide open spaces for other pass catchers on other plays."

Basically our offense should be excellent - healthy Griff, DJax, Garcon, Almo. What he doesnt mention is the oline? Also Im not ready to say that Hatcher (who just had surgery) is going to lead to sacks and up for grabs throws by opposing qb's - but maybe.
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Basically our offense should be excellent - healthy Griff, DJax, Garcon, Almo. What he doesnt mention is the oline? Also Im not ready to say that Hatcher (who just had surgery) is going to lead to sacks and up for grabs throws by opposing qb's - but maybe.
Hatcher with Cofield should be disruptive enough to open up sacks for Rak and Kerrigan. Though the health of those two (Hatch/Cofield) will be key.
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Jerry Rice.....Jr. signs with the team
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Jerry Rice.....Jr. signs with the team
his 51 year old dad would have been a better signing
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Jerry Rice.....Jr. signs with the team
Time to cut Garcon, who is just a poor man's Gaffney.
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