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Old 09-19-2005, 02:51 PM   #121
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leave him alone he,s just telling it like it is the Boy's are going to roll over the Deadskins
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Old 09-19-2005, 03:10 PM   #122
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leave him alone he,s just telling it like it is the Boy's are going to roll over the Deadskins
YAWN. Just be back tomorrow to discuss how you feel, ok?
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Old 09-19-2005, 04:32 PM   #123
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This isn't a pretty pick but I say 12-0 Skins. It would be an ugly win but I would take it. Either way I would bet the under tonight.
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Old 09-19-2005, 05:36 PM   #124
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YAWN. Just be back tomorrow to discuss how you feel, ok?
Yea discuss how the boys are going to throttle the deadskins 28-6 so go smoke your crack and keep believing in those bums
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Old 09-19-2005, 05:40 PM   #125
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A lot of coaches know the book on Bledsoe, since he's been in the league so long and his flaws and weaknesses are well-documented (sits in the pocket like a statue, prone to mistakes and turnovers, tends to crumble under pressure). Hopefully, Williams's experience with Bledsoe will be beneficial for the Washington defense on Monday night, but Wade Phillips has plenty of experience coaching against Bledsoe, and it didn't seem to help the Chargers defense in Week 1.

The Chargers were able to sack Bledsoe 4 times last week, but Bledsoe did not turn the ball over, despite the pressure from the Charger defense. The Redskins defense could be more effective at pressuring and confusing Bledsoe, but they will need to force turnovers in order to give the Redskins offense a chance to score, and that's where I start to get concerned.

The Redskins' defense may indeed fare better against the Cowboys than the Chargers did-- at least initially-- but the Redskins' offense is unlikely to be as successful as the Chargers were. In fact, I would say that this Redskins offense is more likely to turn the ball over and present more scoring opportunities for the Cowboys, even with Brunell at quarterback. And with Brunell at quarterback, the offense will probably see more three-and-out drives, since Brunell-- like Brees-- is less likely to attempt the "riskier" throw that will probably be necessary to move the ball against this Cowboys defense. That puts the Redskins' defense at a disadvantage.

I think this game will be close early on, but as the defense spends more and more time on the field, and Julius Jones gets to keep pounding away at them, the Cowboys offense will start finding chinks in Gregg Williams' armor.

This game really could go either way, and I agree it will be a defensive struggle, but I'm giving the Cowboys the homefield nod. Their defense will benefit from the crowd noise and force more turnovers and three-and-outs than the Redskins defense will be able to overcome. The offense would need to play virtually flawless football, and I just don't see that happening. It never does against the Cowboys.
You gotta big set Joe to post that on your own board-

Heck, I understand how you're feeling because I was that way for the better part of the last 5 seasons because you just dont believe or have faith andfyou see other teams passing you by

Cowboys/Redskins aside, thats why Im so excited about the '05 Boys

Started with the trade with Buffalo last year--trading down 20 or so slots last year into early round 2, got a 5th and got their #1 pick in this years draft

So, for JP Losman, we got Julius Jones, Sean Ryan, and Marcus Spears--and we wound up with Buffalo's QB of the last 3 seasons in Bledsoe

Parcells goes back to his roots and goes to a 3-4...Replaced chief scout Larry Lacewell with Jeff Ireland and had potentially best draft since the "Dirty Dozen"--every pick made this year made the team including 3 UDFA's

Great UDFA signings and trade to get Fujita for 2 6th round picks

We've got just under 5 mil in cap room and more next year whenever the next CBA gets approved

For the Redskins fans sake, I cap hell part II isnt as bad as it might be

And starting in '07 the skins keep (and add) draft picks instead if using them to get has been's and over-paying them grotesquely

3 or 4 draft selections a year suck-

A good draft with multiple picks, drafting wisely, and prudent FA PU's is the only way to have quality depth in this day and age

Philly, NE, Pittsburgh are the models

Snyder really needs to watch what is now going on in Dallas
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Old 09-19-2005, 05:40 PM   #126
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Yea discuss how the boys are going to throttle the deadskins 28-6 so go smoke your crack and keep believing in those bums
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Old 09-19-2005, 05:52 PM   #127
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so go smoke your crack and keep believing in those bums
it's slim pickins... i hear the entire market flooded Big D tonight in anticipation of Michael Irvin's post-ceremony celebration!
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Old 09-19-2005, 06:00 PM   #128
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i was going through the numbers, trying to make some sense of what is really going on in the nfl instead of just listening to all the talking heads. i mean i watched washington and only washington in the offseason, so when guys who may have seen a highlight package start spouting off about "continued offseason deficiencies" i see it as guys taking shortcuts.

so i was going through the boxscores, seeing the skins give up 166 yards to a bears team that suddenly exploded on the lions, and seeing the same chargers that battled to the end with the cowboys suddenly come up lame in denver to a broncos team that had been thrattled by the dolphins just a week earlier. i couldn't make sense of it, it seems that either the media is indeed using shortcuts or else i'm delusional.

call me delusional, the skins win this one going away 27-13. having watched the chargers-cowboys i have no clue how the cowboys are going to protect drew bledsoe consistently against a defense as physical as the skins. our offense holds the key and i think a certain hof head coach was holding back against the bears (there i'm delusional). can't wait for the show, Hail to the mf'ing Redskins!!!!
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Old 09-19-2005, 06:22 PM   #129
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1st Quarter: J. Jones runs well early, setting up Bledsoe touchdown pass. Portis is steady running the ball and Brunell completes a few short to medium passes, but drive stalls, making us settle for a field goal. Dallas' running game comes to a halt, but Bledsoe's passes move them downfield again near the end of the quarter. Dallas 7 Washington 3.

2nd Quarter: 'Skins defense digs in and Dallas only manages a field goal. Both offenses struggle for the rest of the quarter, but Washington puts together a drive in the final three minutes, mostly relying on running from Portis and Betts as well as a couple crucial third down completions from Brunell. Team settles for field goal in final seconds before halftime. Dallas 10 Washington 6.

3rd Quarter: Washington puts together early second half drive with solid passing from Brunell coupled with Portis running. Inside the ten yard line, Brunell finds Royal for a touchdown. Both offenses then struggle offensively, but a Washington turnover late in the quarter puts Dallas in field goal range. Washington 13 Dallas 10.

4th Quarter: Although Dallas' offense fails to move the ball far, they do get a field goal early in the 4th to tie the game. Both teams struggle to move the ball until in the last six minutes, Washingon puts together a solid drive inside the Dallas twenty. They settle for a field goal with two minutes remaining and then kickoff deep to Dallas. The Cowboys offense initially makes a drive to midfield, but on 3rd and long Bledsoe is pressured and throws an interception to seal the Redskins victory. Washington 16 Dallas 13.

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Old 09-19-2005, 06:49 PM   #130
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3 or 4 draft selections a year suck-
shoutout to la, i agree... we throw away draft picks like water
last year we got taylor and cooley who aren't jut starters, but huge upgrades... and that's just two picks, i wish they were all like that... and i wish we had more chances too, since a lot of the good players without drawbacks tend to stay with their clubs until 30...

dallas definately had a good offseason, i'm just surprised it took parcells two years of wading around with crap talent to finally get it right... and i was also surprised how fast he was able to fix it (5 months??).

anyways, here's hoping your team rots and they give you every reason to cry.
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Old 09-19-2005, 06:59 PM   #131
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anyways, here's hoping your team rots and they give you every reason to cry.


Goes double for me. It would take a Super Bowl win to get rid of the last 12 seasons bitter taste, but the Cow-Whores failing would be some consolation.
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Old 09-19-2005, 07:57 PM   #132
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Yea discuss how the boys are going to throttle the deadskins 28-6 so go smoke your crack and keep believing in those bums

Troll Troll, Trolly Troll Troll! That "small" condom on your head fits you perfectly!
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Old 09-19-2005, 08:28 PM   #133
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Skins:24
Cowboys:13
Then I can win my office pool, Yeah!!!!
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