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Old 04-26-2005, 03:52 PM   #16
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According to Janson Gibbs has said that "this year is Ramsey's year" so I don't see a competition during training camp for the starting job. The only way Campbell will see the field this year is if Ramsey gets hurt or he stinks it up worse then Brunnel did.
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I'd prefer for Campbell to come in before Brunell if Ramsey goes down. Better to give the rookie some game experience, rather than put in Mr. Washed-Up.
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Old 04-26-2005, 05:14 PM   #18
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Ramsey nevers seems to have good camps. Last year was a prime example. So the preceding posts do a good job at convincing me that if history is any indication, there remains a distinct possibility that Gibbs may actually have a hard time determining who the starter is.

And yes, I read Jason Campbell has good mobility. That was one of his positives, I thought.
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Old 04-26-2005, 05:17 PM   #19
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Lets not forget offensive players are leaving not because Gibbs calls are to conservative, but the talent at the signal caller position is in question. If you can remember Gibbs in his hayday he threw the deep ball with explosive execution. Ramsey has not shown me he can place a deep ball where he wants, nevermind a perfect fade route pass as well.
Back that up. I saw Ramsey make some good throws, along with some bad ones. However, Coles seemed perfectly happy with Ramsey in Spurriers last year.
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Old 04-26-2005, 08:36 PM   #20
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All the nay-sayers on Campbell are going to be in for a big suprise in the next couple years. This guy is going to be a very good QB once he learns his way around. It is unlikely that Ramsey will resign with the Redskins when his initial contract expires, and I'm not convinced he completely has the favor of Gibbs for more than one reason. The main one being his initial attitude when Gibbs brought Brunell aboard last year. he all but demanded a trade. While there may have been other players or positions we think the team should have gone for, that's always the case in every draft. I'm going to trust the decisions Gibbs makes until they are proven wrong, or not to work. We all wanted Gibbs back and when he came back you would have thought it was the second coming of Christ. Now after one season and two drafts we're ready to run him back to Racing before he has an opportunity to build a team. Give me a break!!!
As far as next year's #1 draft pick, we're not going to be able to sign one anyway with the cap being the way it is. So, I'm in favor of "Chillin" until we witness proof that the moves we've made in this draft are frivilous.

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No one here is saying Campbell isn't a great prospect. I really like Campbell actually. The problem is when you're 6-10, you need talent. You need bodies. We're short on bodies now, and Campbell wasn't exactly what you call a pick based on need.

Will he be a good QB one day? Maybe. Could he bust like other good QBs? Maybe. Was it worth taking the gamble when you still have Ramsey? No.
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Old 04-26-2005, 09:28 PM   #22
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He is a talent, and he is someone we need. If you have your hopes on Ramsey, then we're in big smoke. We have enough personell on this team right now to be winners, it's all about execution. I'm convinced the Coaches know more about what we need and don't need as opposed to us. They're the ones who are going to do the coaching and choose the players. If they don't think we should draft M Williams, then so be it. Plus I agree, we have enough receivers already. They may not be big, but we have enough invested in that portion of the team. It would also cost more to sign M. Williams than it will to sign Carlos Rogers. I'm content with what we have at present until proven otherwise.
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