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Old 12-21-2005, 01:27 PM   #61
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I'm not sure which is funnier, the dejected look on Parcells face when he lost 35-7, or a COWBOYS fan ragging on a Skins player for breaking the law.
The look is very similar to the one on Gibbs face when he got beat 36-0 by the Giants.

But back to the subject, the point I was merely trying to make is Taylor cannot have his legal issues effect his off-season. The NFC East looks to be a tight, hard fought division for the next few years, and off-season programs will be very important to alll the players.

You don't want Taylor to show up to camp like Jamal Lewis did this year. He spent the off-season in prison, and the conditioning greatly effected his performance for the whole season, which was far below his capabilities.
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Old 12-21-2005, 01:52 PM   #62
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SEan Taylor plays Free Safety first of all, second of all -- Williams is great if he sits at the line of scrimmage and the running back runs into him. Otherwise he's a liability in coverage, and every time I've watched Jacked up this year I have yet to see a Roy Williams hit I remember, I distinctly remember three Sean Taylor hits of him blowing someone up.

Roy Williams is over and done. He's getting fat and old. As my friend said, he's only a biscuit away from being a Dlineman.
You're right Taylor is a FS.


I don't think that appearances on Jacked up qualifies for anything other than television ratings.

I'd love to be that kind of fat if Roy is fat.

Yeah he's a big SS.

ANd it was Parcells who said he is only a biscuit from being a Linebacker.
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The look is very similar to the one on Gibbs face when he got beat 36-0 by the Giants.

But back to the subject, the point I was merely trying to make is Taylor cannot have his legal issues effect his off-season. The NFC East looks to be a tight, hard fought division for the next few years, and off-season programs will be very important to alll the players.

You don't want Taylor to show up to camp like Jamal Lewis did this year. He spent the off-season in prison, and the conditioning greatly effected his performance for the whole season, which was far below his capabilities.
ok, so we lost to the giants. They can talk shit not you. Your team got swept and embarrassed
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Old 12-21-2005, 02:34 PM   #64
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ok, so we lost to the giants. They can talk shit not you. Your team got swept and embarrassed
Swept and embarassed, yes. But for this season. How many other games in the last ten years has that happened? Go ahead and take your shots, you have earned it, and it is so so so rare for Washington to have bragging rights over Dallas in the division. Enjoy it while you can.

Dallas has still won 14 of the last 17 games, like Mecury Morris said, "Don't call me when you are in my town, call me when you are on my street". Redksins are not even in the same COUNTRY in this series history.

Washington has swept Dallas ONCE in the last 10 years, just once! Hell even a BLIND MOUSE finds cheese every once in a while.

So with winning 14 of the last 17, I can talk sh*t for years to come until your team actaully closes the gap in the series history.
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Old 12-21-2005, 02:35 PM   #65
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What have you done for me lately.

Nobody cares about the past, the only thing that matters is right now and right now Washington >> Dallas.

End of story.
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Swept and embarassed, yes. But for this season. How many other games in the last ten years has that happened? Go ahead and take your shots, you have earned it, and it is so so so rare for Washington to have bragging rights over Dallas in the division. Enjoy it while you can.

Dallas has still won 14 of the last 17 games, like Mecury Morris said, "Don't call me when you are in my town, call me when you are on my street". Redksins are not even in the same COUNTRY in this series history.

Washington has swept Dallas ONCE in the last 10 years, just once! Hell even a BLIND MOUSE finds cheese every once in a while.

So with winning 14 of the last 17, I can talk sh*t for years to come until your team actaully closes the gap in the series history.
The only blind mouse is Drew Bledsoe....and the "cheese" he's eating is that green turf from FEDX!!
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Haha I love how the last 10 or so posts are arguments between a Cowboy fan and us. I love it.
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Swept and embarassed, yes. But for this season. How many other games in the last ten years has that happened? Go ahead and take your shots, you have earned it, and it is so so so rare for Washington to have bragging rights over Dallas in the division. Enjoy it while you can.

Dallas has still won 14 of the last 17 games, like Mecury Morris said, "Don't call me when you are in my town, call me when you are on my street". Redksins are not even in the same COUNTRY in this series history.

Washington has swept Dallas ONCE in the last 10 years, just once! Hell even a BLIND MOUSE finds cheese every once in a while.

So with winning 14 of the last 17, I can talk sh*t for years to come until your team actaully closes the gap in the series history.
I really don't like getting in pissing matches with other teams' fans but I had to comment on this

The legacy arguments are the last stop before giving up. If you are relegated to using stats from the past that have no meaning then you are done. People do this all the time and it always cracks my ass up that they have been so thoroughly defeated that they need to use the "Well you used to suck" argument. How ludicrous and irrelevant that is!
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Old 12-21-2005, 03:14 PM   #69
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2005

Redskins 2
Cowboys 0

End of frickin story.

I ain't happy about it, but that don't mean it ain't true.

All I got left is some miracle where the Cowboys make the playoffs and meet Washington somewhere in the playoffs and then beat them and then Santa comes down my chimney and gives me a winning lotto ticket for 200 million and then, and then, and, and.......
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Old 12-21-2005, 03:43 PM   #70
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The look is very similar to the one on Gibbs face when he got beat 36-0 by the Giants.
Oh snappy comeback! Good one!

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Swept and embarassed, yes. But for this season. How many other games in the last ten years has that happened? Go ahead and take your shots, you have earned it, and it is so so so rare for Washington to have bragging rights over Dallas in the division. Enjoy it while you can.
Sounds an awful lot like a loser trying to rationalize their humiliating defeat to me.
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Old 12-21-2005, 05:01 PM   #71
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I love this stuff, this is great. You say the only thing that matters is the here and the now, and not the past. Well that is because that is all Redskins fans have is the here and now, there is no past victories to talk about, no past sweeps of your most heated rival, so of course the here and now is what is important to you, because that is all you have.

Here's a question for you....how many of you were actually alive and out of diapers the last time the Redskins even made it to the Super Bowl?

You guys are too funny!
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I love this stuff, this is great. You say the only thing that matters is the here and the now, and not the past. Well that is because that is all Redskins fans have is the here and now, there is no past victories to talk about, no past sweeps of your most heated rival, so of course the here and now is what is important to you, because that is all you have.

Here's a question for you....how many of you were actually alive and out of diapers the last time the Redskins even made it to the Super Bowl?

You guys are too funny!
Spoken like a true sore loser.

See ya next year.
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I love this stuff, this is great. You say the only thing that matters is the here and the now, and not the past. Well that is because that is all Redskins fans have is the here and now, there is no past victories to talk about, no past sweeps of your most heated rival, so of course the here and now is what is important to you, because that is all you have.

Here's a question for you....how many of you were actually alive and out of diapers the last time the Redskins even made it to the Super Bowl?

You guys are too funny!

Oh contrair, our victory over the Boy's in the championship game in 73' is what made me a Skins fan, then our victory over the Boy's in the 83' championship game only reinforced that, I guess if you could beat us in the playoffs I might have become a cowboy fan, to bad, are you old enough to remember the playoff games, you know one step away from the big stage only to have it ripped from you with an onslaught performance by the Skins?
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The look is very similar to the one on Gibbs face when he got beat 36-0 by the Giants.

But back to the subject, the point I was merely trying to make is Taylor cannot have his legal issues effect his off-season. The NFC East looks to be a tight, hard fought division for the next few years, and off-season programs will be very important to alll the players.

You don't want Taylor to show up to camp like Jamal Lewis did this year. He spent the off-season in prison, and the conditioning greatly effected his performance for the whole season, which was far below his capabilities.
Hell Taylor did not even show up last year for our off-season programs. We at the time worried about that and the legal issues but I guess we were wrong . Taylors still ruling the field and knocking WR's scared just go see the Terry Glenn post.
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I love this stuff, this is great. You say the only thing that matters is the here and the now, and not the past. Well that is because that is all Redskins fans have is the here and now, there is no past victories to talk about, no past sweeps of your most heated rival, so of course the here and now is what is important to you, because that is all you have.

Here's a question for you....how many of you were actually alive and out of diapers the last time the Redskins even made it to the Super Bowl?

You guys are too funny!
Ok, I'm all for some good-natured smack talk between rival fans, but arguing that the Redskins have no history is just asinine. "All we have" is three Lombardi trophys. Sure, Dallas leads the series all time 49-33-2 - so you've won 57% of our games. I'd hardly call that the Redskins having "no past victories."

If you need a little education in history outside your own beloved team, have a glance at the Redskins Pro Football Hall of Fame History.

I hate Dallas, I hate Dallas fans (5RINGS being the exception...he's too damn nice.) and I love some good trashtalk. However, I'd never go so far as to say the Dallas Cowboys have "no history." Your team has had an illustrious history, whether I like it or not.

Additionally, it seems like if you're going to argue the history point you might want to point out that the Redskins have been around 27 years longer than the Cowboys.

The point being both teams have history, arguing otherwise is just idiotic. What matters is the here and now. Your record from your last Super Bowl run, however impressive it is, won't help you get in the playoffs this year.

By the way, I was alive and out of diapers for the 1983, 1988 and 1992 Super Bowl victories. I have no idea what the point of that question is, as the majority of the folks on this board seem to be pretty mature - maybe you're used to dealing with a bunch of young bandwagon fans down in Dallas, but I'd venture to guess that most of us are a little older than college-aged and have been lifelong Skins fans, so I doubt you'll get real far with that question.
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