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Old 04-22-2005, 01:23 PM   #46
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lol...I think that's pretty funny. I just hope my kids like football. I don't know if I'm going to push a team on them. I have always like the Skins because my brother and my father do. I guess. I don't really remember. I've just been a fan for as long as I remember and regardless as to what I may say there are no plans for a divorce...lol
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Old 04-22-2005, 01:29 PM   #47
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As I have said in other posts, I am truly blessed. My 2-year old son knows "football" and "touchdown", and how to spike the ball and "go long" (he tosses me his football, I tell him to go long and he runs to the end of the hall and turns around).

Just as important, he knows who the Skins logo and knows that they are "Daddy's touchdown".
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Old 04-22-2005, 01:37 PM   #48
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I think everyone needs to seriously chill. Seems like in the short week I was gone the Post and the Skins have been going at it hard and heavy, and at this point it's really hard to discern fact from fiction.

#1, I can't see how the Skins could even think of dealing Arrington with his cap implications.

#2, I really think the media is running wild with this QB talk. A QB visited with the team and the team seems to like him, big whoop. The media always loves a good 'ol QB controversy, and this is no different.

Crazier things have happened, but I can't see us using a first rounder on a QB when we have other more pressing needs like corner and WR, and Campbell is a guy who wouldn't be ready to play right away anyway. Seems to me the more likely scenario is the team trading up to try to obtain Edwards. Personally I hope they hold on to both picks and address our CB and WR needs on day one.
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Old 04-22-2005, 01:55 PM   #49
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This is ALL the media spreading rumours, taking quotes out of context and making big deals out of them. The Redskins know what they are doing. Do we know what it is? Hell no! But guess what? Neither does anyone else....Hey, isn't that the point before the draft???? They have contacted teams above AND BELOW them inquiring about trades....it's called keeping their options open. The media has just decided to focus on the ones above. They have a plan.

Calm down everyone! Maybe, just maybe, if we don't "win" the offseason, we'll actually do well during the season!!! You never know....
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Old 04-22-2005, 02:08 PM   #50
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I think everyone needs to seriously chill. Seems like in the short week I was gone the Post and the Skins have been going at it hard and heavy, and at this point it's really hard to discern fact from fiction.

#1, I can't see how the Skins could even think of dealing Arrington with his cap implications.

#2, I really think the media is running wild with this QB talk. A QB visited with the team and the team seems to like him, big whoop. The media always loves a good 'ol QB controversy, and this is no different.

Crazier things have happened, but I can't see us using a first rounder on a QB when we have other more pressing needs like corner and WR, and Campbell is a guy who wouldn't be ready to play right away anyway. Seems to me the more likely scenario is the team trading up to try to obtain Edwards. Personally I hope they hold on to both picks and address our CB and WR needs on day one.
Exactly what I said from day one of the site being back up...

It got blown WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY out of proportion.
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Old 04-22-2005, 02:18 PM   #51
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matt jones and pac-man jones thats whats gonna happen. How many people think we should of done the randy moss for Arrington straight up trade now?
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Old 04-22-2005, 02:20 PM   #52
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Offis check your facts before you yell NO!
It was Gibbs who recruited and asked to get Doug Williams. Gibbs was soley responsible for getting Williams. Gibbs coached Williams early in his career and they were friends. Doug Williams had a little bit of talent wouldn't you say? He did take us to the super bowl and he was the MVP of that SuperBowl.
Gibbs also scouted all the QB and gave the final ok before Beathard or Casserly (sure would be nice to have them back) pulled the trigger on any QB.
Gibbs heavily scouted and gave his blessing on Rypien and Stan Humphries.

Drafting Campbell would not be so bad. We need a back up plan if Ramsey does not pan out.
Great Post!

My facts are just fine it sounds to me like your pulling ideas from no where, and not reading your own posts.

You said that Gibbs ALWAYS drafted and develpoped is own QB's, I provided your statement in case of sudden selective memory lose.



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I am not as sold on Ramsey as jdlea. Yeah is is a nice guy, but that is not enough.
Gibbs has always drafted and developed QB's, even when we had a good one on our team.


Beathard drafted Schroeder, Humphries, Rypien, PERIOD!

When D.Williams became avail. Beathard brought Gibbs game film and they broke it down to see if he had developed since his days in the NFL, and they believed he had so they signed him, this wasen't a drafted player or a develpemental player this was an experienced ageing QB.

And to say Williams was this great QB, what were you watching? That skin's team carried Williams through the playoffs, William's missed 3 to 4 td's in the championship game against the Vikings to recievers that were wide open, and did everything in his power to keep the Vikings in that game, a game we almost allowed them to tie on the final play. Nobody remembers that one or the bears game before it because of Williams Specatacular performance in the SB, but take a good look at that game, the denver defense was taylored made for us, that was one of the great mismatches in SB history as far as a matchup between an offense against a defense. I am getting off track here, but the point is Williams doesn't even factor into your original statement, kind of amazing that the 1 QB gibbs has a say in is 1 of the worst signings in our history, Brunell! But we are to believe he was the genious behind scouting all these other unknown QB's, when Bethards reputation was just that, finding unknown talent, he did it for every team that he was the GM. Beathard brought in the talent, Gibbs decieded who played, those are the facts!
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Old 04-22-2005, 02:25 PM   #53
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With all this talk about a QB if there was any chance of it why would we have just resigned Hasselback? We know Brunell is not going anywhere.
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With all this talk about a QB if there was any chance of it why would we have just resigned Hasselback? We know Brunell is not going anywhere.
Hasselbeck was a resticted FA that just signed his one-year tender....hardly a commitment...
That said, I agree that we should not draft a QB in the early rounds....maybe later as a "project" to put on the practice squad next year and bring along slowly...
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With all this talk about a QB if there was any chance of it why would we have just resigned Hasselback? We know Brunell is not going anywhere.

That's way to obvious FD! Stop it!
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And if we are going to draft a QB in the later rounds, I like the Akron QB better than Campbell. I forget his name, but I watched some of his highlights and the guy can throw some touch passes that looked very Peyton Manning-like.
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Old 04-22-2005, 02:48 PM   #57
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hell why not take Adrian McPherson in the second before the buccs, he's better than all the others and will be a good NFL QB.
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Old 04-22-2005, 05:37 PM   #58
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tony korh-hole-seir said the redskins reminded him of a dog chasing its tail on pti the other day!i think the redskins ought to take pacman jones and a good wr in the draft.nobody knows what gibbs will do but gibbs though.
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Old 04-22-2005, 05:48 PM   #59
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I have aproblem with any redskins fan "Hating Joe Gibbs". The guy bleeds burgandy and gold. Feel free to disagree with decisions he may make in the present, but I just can't comprehend how someone could be a redskins fan and not love Joe Gibbs. I just don't get it.
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well, take comfort in the fact that by tonight tomorrow we'll know what's going on.
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