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Old 10-03-2005, 10:32 PM   #16
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Sorry I just don't get all the "don't let all the "warpathers" off the hook" crap. God forbid someone question something, or answer a poll honestly based on their gut feeling. Right or Wrong, everyone here has opinions, and its all the winey "lets rub it in some faces" and "demand apologies" B.S. that really gets my blood boiling, no matter who's "right".

I mean, let em off the hook? What is Matty gonna make people do pushups?? lol

Anyway I just don't like condesention. Everytime someone talks to me with a raised eyebrow they immediately lose my trust and respect.
Then you better not talk to The Rock.

Seriously though, it's all about being the bigger man. It's for trolls that come here and for our members. I would think that all it takes is just not fueling the fire. If you're personally attacked, people will notice that and won't respect the attacker as much. You should know that we, of all people, pay attention.
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Old 10-03-2005, 10:32 PM   #17
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Re: Bradshaw eating some crow

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Sorry I just don't get all the "don't let all the "warpathers" off the hook" crap. God forbid someone question something, or answer a poll honestly based on their gut feeling. Right or Wrong, everyone here has opinions, and its all the winey "lets rub it in some faces" and "demand apologies" B.S. that really gets my blood boiling, no matter who's "right".

I mean, let em off the hook? What is Matty gonna make people do pushups?? lol

Anyway I just don't like condesention. Everytime someone talks to me with a raised eyebrow they immediately lose my trust and respect.

LOL! I don't want to even think about push-ups after my workout...
I hear what you're saying. There's been plenty of whine on both sides of the fence, however. It's one thing to speak your mind...believe me, I do my share...but I think 90% of us realized that this Ramsey/Brunell feud was/is drugged out way past the point of being interesting. Basically, people have ran the issue into the ground until it's become down right silly to even discuss.

I mean, myself personally, I am glad Brunell is in there playing quite well, and if it was Ramsey playing and playing well, I'd be supporting him. It's just the "What Would Ramsey Do?" thing that gets me! The way I see it, we're undefeated and heading into the fifth week of the season. Everything is starting slowly to click on offense...but the most important thing is we're winning! I don't care what Ramsey would have done.....what we're doing now is obviously working. If it suddenly stops working, I'm sure the coaches will do what is necessary to get it working again - if that means putting Ramsey in or even Campbell fine!

I think all in all, it's the over analysis of things that make some of us wonder if Redskins football is something some of the warpathers take too seriously? Don't get me wrong, I hurt when the Redskins lose....I have burgundy and gold running through my veins, but at the sametime, I try not to tear apart every single play or player I might not care too much for, for the sake of argument. I'd rather sit back and enjoy watching the Redskins play football...and close football games make it all the more exciting to me!
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Old 10-03-2005, 10:33 PM   #18
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Nice article. Thanks
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Old 10-03-2005, 10:34 PM   #19
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I personally like Bradshaw -- he's HONEST in his opinions, he kinda goofy (which is funny). Personally I much prefer the Fox guys having fun (not to mention JB is a skins fan) than the ESPN guys like Steve Young that need help getting a stick out of their ass. They may as well rename the ESPN pre-game the West Coast offense.
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Old 10-03-2005, 10:41 PM   #20
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TB has always made me laugh but it is nice to see someone actually can take back what they say. Its just that i hate the media when they turn on a team quickly, or jumps on the bandwaggon. We all here are redskins fans, regardless of what we think, i can honestly say i don't feel bad when any of us say stuff about the redskins, good or bad. However when the media says something bad i get more upset and i just can't stand the media all ready to jump on our bandwagon. I don't claim to be completely sain because i get mad when we don't get the "respect" we deserve. this is why i like TB's appology because he doesn't just dismiss the past, he addresses what he said then comes to a new conclusion
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Old 10-04-2005, 11:27 AM   #21
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Re: Bradshaw eating some crow

some advice to all: use bradshaw more as a source of entertainment than anything else. He is A LOT less annoying that way.
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Old 10-04-2005, 12:27 PM   #22
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some advice to all: use bradshaw more as a source of entertainment than anything else. He is A LOT less annoying that way.
I'd apply that advice to the entire Fox studio crew.
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Old 10-04-2005, 12:37 PM   #23
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I really like the point he makes about how nobody has any patience anymore.

It's so true, just look at all the idiots calling for Gibbs' head halfway through last season. Some people wrote off Joe Gibbs off before even giving him a real chance. He went from hero to zero in 8 games, and based on that he was given absolutely no chance this year as these unsubstantiated rumors kept flying how he would quit if the Skins struggled again this year.

The media as a whole really has their collective heads up their asses sometimes. And it's so fun to see them proven wrong, especially when we knew what the real story was here.
Those who said Gibbs would quit display their ignorance about him. Anyone who knows anything about Joe, knows that that is not his nature. He will be here until a title is won and then turn over the kingdom to G. Williams.
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Old 10-04-2005, 01:42 PM   #24
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Matty:

Actually, you can't let all the "Warpathers" off the hook so easily. Remember after Week 1 when we had threads devoted to how the players could not possibly ever trust Joe Gibbs again.

Leaping to conclusions affects lots of people - - and not all of them are on TV or write for newspapers or for Internet sites...
Here we go again.

FYI, there is a tendency to lump many of us who bashed Gibbs' decision to bench Ramsey with those who called Gibbs an idiot. I disagreed with his decision (while recognizing that he knows a hell of a lot more about football than I do) but I also admitted that I could be wrong. I didn't like how Gibbs went back on his word by proclaiming Ramsey the starter for 05' and yanking him after less than one game.

It will be perfectly appropriate to rub my nose in it (I'll be very happy to eat crow) if, at season's end (or even by Week 8) we did very well (8-8). It's still a tad early.
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Old 10-04-2005, 10:29 PM   #25
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Re: Bradshaw eating some crow

I really don't dislike Bradshaw or Jimmy Johnson, but I personally do not put much stock in their opinions unless have heard the opinion expressed by other more credible sources many times before. Therefore, for him to be eating crow is not a huge realization. Just my two cents.....
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Old 10-04-2005, 10:47 PM   #26
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Well said,
Within this website is an amazing amount of debate over what is an obsession for us all. Our beloved SKINS. We can take any position on any issue. Regardless of which side of the fence you are on, like it or don't. Old man GIbbs has built us a competative FOOTBALL team. They will ONLY get better..............fast. ENJOY
I think the Washington Redskins fans have been very patient and optimistic throughout the years even when we had no promising players. Time is on our side. We have weathered the storm of defeat. Now let's start seeing beyond the surprise and glee of winning 3-0 and seriously begin to see us as a legitimate contender for the NFC East Division.
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