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Old 08-23-2005, 02:26 PM   #1
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Sportsline.com NFC East overview

Man, they really laid into us, someone should keep this, so we can read it and laugh at the end of the year! According to them, now Lavar is going to leave?

http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/story/...8?NFCEast82205
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Old 08-23-2005, 02:38 PM   #2
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He also listed Freddie Mitchell as key player lost for Philly. Thats ridiculous Mitchell sucked and was a media whore. Worse than T.O. is media whore with a fraction of the talent of T.O. Unfortunately I agree with the coles issue, it was just so costly to get rid of him.
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Old 08-23-2005, 02:44 PM   #3
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Yeah, pretty rough read. I love all this national negativity. It will make it all the sweeter when we make the playoffs this year.
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Old 08-23-2005, 02:44 PM   #4
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He listed QB Mike McMahon as a key addition for the Eagles. I guess that's true. With something as important as a clipboard, you shouldn't be forced to rely on a rookie.

He also said that he can't see any way the Eagles miss the playoffs. So, according to him, no amount of team discord, injuries, poor play, poor officiating, and inclement weather can derail the Eagles. That what I call quality analysis. Or "mailing it in". It's either "quality analysis" or "mailing it in". Definitely.
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Old 08-23-2005, 02:58 PM   #5
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He listed QB Mike McMahon as a key addition for the Eagles. I guess that's true. With something as important as a clipboard, you should be forced to rely on a rookie.
That is frickin awesome Brudlee...LOL
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Old 08-23-2005, 03:13 PM   #6
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Re: Sportsline.com NFC East overview

I think its a pretty accurate assessment of the Redskins and their chances. He hit the nail on the head about this being an organization that does not seem to have a plan.

As for the LaVar thing, while I doubt he will go (due to his cap hit) I do suspect there is lingering resentment over the bonus money controversy and if that is not resolved to LAs satisfaction then I could see a scenario where he requests a trade.
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Re: Sportsline.com NFC East overview

Who realy cares anymore what these guys say. Its like watching the news every station is saying the same thing, from news off the AP. I think in football they now have the AFP (The Associate Football Press).
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Old 08-23-2005, 03:22 PM   #8
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I think its a pretty accurate assessment of the Redskins and their chances. He hit the nail on the head about this being an organization that does not seem to have a plan.

As for the LaVar thing, while I doubt he will go (due to his cap hit) I do suspect there is lingering resentment over the bonus money controversy and if that is not resolved to LAs satisfaction then I could see a scenario where he requests a trade.
No other team would pick up his contract. He is over paid based on his past performance.
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No other team would pick up his contract. He is over paid based on his past performance.

I agree he's way overpaid.
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Re: Sportsline.com NFC East overview

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I think its a pretty accurate assessment of the Redskins and their chances. He hit the nail on the head about this being an organization that does not seem to have a plan.

As for the LaVar thing, while I doubt he will go (due to his cap hit) I do suspect there is lingering resentment over the bonus money controversy and if that is not resolved to LAs satisfaction then I could see a scenario where he requests a trade.
A trade would be just as bad as cutting him, cap-wise.
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A trade would be just as bad as cutting him, cap-wise.
Word. Cutting LA or trading LA, the effect on the cap is the same. It's not happening.
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Re: Sportsline.com NFC East overview

"Won't go to the playoffs if... I can't foresee a scenario. Nobody is better at climbing mountains than the Eagles, and that's a credit to the organization, the players and coach Andy Reid."

*sucking sounds in the Andy Reid's changing room from Clark Judge*

Where did he make this bullshit up? What kind of adversity have the Eagles had prior to this year? Oh NO! They have one of the better QBs in the league... Pardon me while I throw up to the "previous plight" of the Philadephia Eagles organization. Don't give me that shit when the season hasn't even started and this is the only HINT I've seen of adversity in years from the Eagles.
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Re: Sportsline.com NFC East overview

Also, how was Dallas any better offensively than we were last season? I seem to recall them having a similar record as us and no one is calling their offense anemic. Yes, they were in the top half in yardage, but look at the stats on points per game they scored.

Doesn't look too "l33t" to me.
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Old 08-23-2005, 04:01 PM   #14
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Re: Sportsline.com NFC East overview

Anyone who believes a Ninny reporter dork has a clue, should relax a little. If the reporters and columnists had any REAL talent, they would be playing or coaching, instead of pecking away at a keyboard in a cubicle somewhere. Anyone who thinks 3-time Superbowl Champion Coach Gibbs does NOT have (and will execute it when appropriate) a plan, is rather dull-witted! The skins are improved, and the signs have been in the pre-season games. Though not stellar yet, give them a couple of weeks and all starters in! It's going to be a much improved year
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I guess I better get off my keyboard and start playing...
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