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Old 07-08-2005, 11:51 PM   #16
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Are you kidding me? I spit in their face! The nerve of having the Giants and Cowboys rated higher than us. Total BS!!!!
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Old 07-09-2005, 05:24 AM   #17
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average grade would be a C, yet only 3 teams are average and 29 are above average?? whoever did these things needs to go back to school...
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Old 07-09-2005, 05:47 AM   #18
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eh, there just ratings, i'll wait for portis' play to prove them wrong.
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eh, there just ratings, i'll wait for portis' play to prove them wrong.
1300+ yards = proven
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Old 07-10-2005, 12:07 AM   #20
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Are you kidding me? I spit in their face! The nerve of having the Giants and Cowboys rated higher than us. Total BS!!!!
calm down, it's okay. you guys traded the best CB in the league for a talented, but not top 5, RB that had a down year because he was out of the denver system that made him LOOK liek a top 5 RB. i think he rebounds with a 1200 yard but yuo guys won't see anything near his production in denver.

that's just my opinion so don't ban me like some boards do.

as for jj, if he stays healthy he could be a beast. i have seen many mags saying he leads the league in rushing. now i know you guys will say if he can stay healthy and i agree. before i proclaim him the next big thing i want a full good year and i think and hope he gives it to us.
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Re: Unit Analysis: Running Backs

You're not paying much attention are you? How does one rebound from a 1300+ season with a 1200 yard season?

I wonder why you get banned from the other boards? Maybe posting on a Redskins board to talk about the Dallas Cowboys? Just a hunch...
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Old 07-10-2005, 09:27 AM   #22
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calm down, it's okay. you guys traded the best CB in the league for a talented, but not top 5, RB that had a down year because he was out of the denver system that made him LOOK liek a top 5 RB. i think he rebounds with a 1200 yard but yuo guys won't see anything near his production in denver.

that's just my opinion so don't ban me like some boards do.

as for jj, if he stays healthy he could be a beast. i have seen many mags saying he leads the league in rushing. now i know you guys will say if he can stay healthy and i agree. before i proclaim him the next big thing i want a full good year and i think and hope he gives it to us.
wrnboysfan, we welcome the informed opinions of all fans, even those of the (shudder) Cowboys. However, Portis is capable of a lot more than 1200 yards, as his (admittedly substandard) 1315 yards last year will attest.

As for banning you, we will hold you to the same standard as Redskins fans - don't be an A-hole, and you'll be just fine.
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Old 07-10-2005, 04:05 PM   #23
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You're not paying much attention are you? How does one rebound from a 1300+ season with a 1200 yard season?

I wonder why you get banned from the other boards? Maybe posting on a Redskins board to talk about the Dallas Cowboys? Just a hunch...
i see him rebounding with 1200 or 1300 with a higher average. his average was horrible last year and he also couldn't find the end zone, but like i said he is not going to get anywhere near where he was in denver.
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i see him rebounding with 1200 or 1300 with a higher average. his average was horrible last year and he also couldn't find the end zone, but like i said he is not going to get anywhere near where he was in denver.
So you see him getting fewer carries?
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i see him rebounding with 1200 or 1300 with a higher average. his average was horrible last year and he also couldn't find the end zone, but like i said he is not going to get anywhere near where he was in denver.

I am assuming you mean higher average - yards per carry. That I can probably agree with you, but you have to consider this: our OL was without Jon Jansen - one of the best offensive linemen in the NFL - for the entire year. His presence back on the OL will be a vast improvement - and will help open more holes for Portis. For Portis to gain over 1300+ yards with an OL that wasn't completely healthy, was an outstanding achievement. Keep in mind also that he missed the last couple games of the season and could have easily gained another 1500+ season if he had played.

I think if you're expecting the Redskins' to be push-overs this year, you're going to be sadly disappointed.
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Re: Unit Analysis: Running Backs

portis should easily rush for at least 1300 yards. i personally think he'll rush for over 1600 yards and have another 550 yards receiving. he'll lead all rbs in the nfc in all total yards.
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don't know about lead the nfc especially with deuce mcallister and shaun alexander there as well because they are bigger parts of their O's than portis is of ours
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Old 07-11-2005, 06:54 AM   #28
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I wouldnt worry about Alexander much, the way he is going, he is gonna be a hold out and just might loose his job to that Morris guy...
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I agree. Dammit, I hate not being on for a while and being behind on all the gossip.
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Old 07-11-2005, 08:20 AM   #30
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I wouldnt worry about Alexander much, the way he is going, he is gonna be a hold out and just might loose his job to that Morris guy...
no way alexander loses his job as he is too important to the seahawks
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