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Old 10-24-2017, 09:13 AM   #1
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Terrell Pryor Sr.

The Terrell Pryor Sr. experiment is over. All we heard coming into the season was his huge catch radius, but the way he short arms throws to the middle of the field, I see big body, small window for Kirk to hit. Two more drops last night. Then when he catches a sideline play late, he steps out of bounds a yard shy instead of taking contact. We let a warrior like Garcon walk for this? FRONT OFFICE FAIL. Thank God we only gave Pryor one year.
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Old 10-24-2017, 09:24 AM   #2
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Awful. End of thread.
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That is what u get when a fucking genius like Dan Snyder is in charge of hiring other fucking geniuses to put together a football team. Pryor should not even be on an NFL roster. We have absolutely no weapons on offense except for a tight end that cannot stay healthy for three consecutive plays and a couple o lineman. Thank God our defense can hold the fort down ... oh wait they cant. Well atleast we have our special teams. Oh wait they suck too. I was hoping to wake up feeling a little better about the future of my football team. Apparently I didnít. Have a lovely Tuesday everyone.
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Old 10-24-2017, 09:30 AM   #4
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I would say at this point cut your loses and try to trade or cut him and promote Robert Davis from the PS. Davis canít be any worse.
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It doesnít really matter. One wr is not going to make a difference. Unless he can call plays, run the football, and stop opposing teams on third down. Its just another year of the same old crap.
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We all saw that he played well for Cleveland last year, with multiple QB's. Either he can't grasp this offense, or he's a head case...or probably both....regardless he will see the field less and less I'm sure.
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I agree that Pryor hasn't panned out. I don't agree that it was a FO fail. They signed him to a 1 year show me deal. He hasn't. People need to understand we were NOT keeping DJax or Garcon. It wasn't happening. So they took a shot on a guy who looked promising, but they didn't overbuy either in length of contract or cash value.

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He's an avg WR at best, last yr his stats were padded because they were always losing. Doc isn't much better, he's never healthy and can't run routes. Skins have made big time mistakes at WR over the years.
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Awful. End of thread.


Pretty much. Our job here is done boys. Let's go home.
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He's an avg WR at best, last yr his stats were padded because they were always losing. Doc isn't much better, he's never healthy and can't run routes. Skins have made big time mistakes at WR over the years.
Well really just this offseason, WR had been our strongest position.

Basically they gambled like all teams have to do. They said with the age of Djax and PG plus factoring in the dollars they will want we will let them walk. We will back fill them with Doctson, sign Pryor and hope Crowder reaches the next level; sprinkle in some Grant for depth done and done. Honestly wasn't a bad bet unfortunately like any bet you have the chance to lose and so far this year we have lost on our WR bet.
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Well really just this offseason, WR had been our strongest position.

Basically they gambled like all teams have to do. They said with the age of Djax and PG plus factoring in the dollars they will want we will let them walk. We will back fill them with Doctson, sign Pryor and hope Crowder reaches the next level; sprinkle in some Grant for depth done and done. Honestly wasn't a bad bet unfortunately like any bet you have the chance to lose and so far this year we have lost on our WR bet.
I meant at drafting but def right, we let 2 guys go and didn't replace them. I liked the TP signing but he's not any good.
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I would say at this point cut your loses and try to trade or cut him and promote Robert Davis from the PS. Davis canít be any worse.
I agree, the difference is Pryor's making millions of dollars so he'll probably be given more opportunities.
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Well really just this offseason, WR had been our strongest position.

Basically they gambled like all teams have to do. They said with the age of Djax and PG plus factoring in the dollars they will want we will let them walk. We will back fill them with Doctson, sign Pryor and hope Crowder reaches the next level; sprinkle in some Grant for depth done and done. Honestly wasn't a bad bet unfortunately like any bet you have the chance to lose and so far this year we have lost on our WR bet.
Really most teams in the NFL would have done what the Redskins did. I didn't have a problem with letting both go. You have a 1st rounder sitting there so you'd expect him to take over 1/2 of that production. It just hasn't happened.
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I meant at drafting but def right, we let 2 guys go and didn't replace them. I liked the TP signing but he's not any good.
Crowder was a pretty damn good pick.

Anywho, on Walters TP was the highest rated FA WR:

WalterFootball.com: 2017 NFL Free Agents - Wide Receivers

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I wouldnít totally give up on TP, although itís become painfully obvious he needs a lot more polish as a WR. Hard to say if heís worth bringing back. I probably would move on after this year. He just doesnít look like a natural pass catcher.

Doctson is essentially a rookie, gotta keep working him up.
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