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Old 10-31-2021, 10:39 PM   #16
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This is absolutely 100% on Ron, it's like he is intentionally wanting to lose games. You sign a fucking dude that can't even kick?????

QB play is trash, Its the bye week so I hope TH isn't the starter anymore, he sucks.

I legit see maybe 2 more wins and that is a maybe.

Top 7 pick for sure, prob top 5
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JP says Ron will not be fired regardless, said it on his podcast this week. They know that right now nobody will want to come to DC LOLOL Such a sad franchise
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Old 10-31-2021, 11:48 PM   #18
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Well, I’ll say this. If Blewitt and Henineke are starting after the bye, I’ll be entirely and forever off the RR train. I’d rather see Allen at this point.


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Old 10-31-2021, 11:55 PM   #19
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JP says Ron will not be fired regardless, said it on his podcast this week. They know that right now nobody will want to come to DC LOLOL Such a sad franchise

No one established would. But an up and comer - like LeFluer or McVay before they got their big breaks? Sure. Eric Bienemy or Kevin O’Connell would take the job I’d bet. Or Byron Leftwich. Some younger guy looking for a shot. A real risk, of course, but this franchise can’t be too picky.


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No one established would. But an up and comer - like LeFluer or McVay before they got their big breaks? Sure. Eric Bienemy or Kevin O’Connell would take the job I’d bet. Or Byron Leftwich. Some younger guy looking for a shot. A real risk, of course, but this franchise can’t be too picky.


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Dallas backup> your starter

Kill me.
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Trevor Simean played > your starter
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OH WAIT! It doesn't matter who, or what team, cuz this coaching staff is not former qb Kellen Moore nor Sean Payton...

That makes sense.

This coaching staff FUCKING SUCKS
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OMG: Making Washington’s loss even more damning: Denver’s front seven, playing without Von Miller or Mike Purcell, featured two rookie LBs making their first NFL starts and two veterans who joined the team only a week ago.

That group had 5 sacks, 1 FF and 2 blocked FGs.


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The WFT now has a four-game losing streak in four straight seasons and 19 of the last 29 seasons.
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Ron after the game

"I think this team is still trying to find itself"

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Well, I’ll say this. If Blewitt and Henineke are starting after the bye, I’ll be entirely and forever off the RR train. I’d rather see Allen at this point.


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Agree. Its time to see what Allen can do.
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Also my condolences to Chief - your first game since 2002? And you witnessed the football equivalent of Dan Snyder squatting over the punch bowl.
Yeah, it wasn't great. They just keep finding ways to lose, and it has become second nature. Just like rooting for a bad team and worse franchise...

This was all about the kids though, and despite the loss they had fun interacting with the players during warmups. Scherff came right over to us, CY gave the kids a wave and a wink. We had the bonus of seeing Manning's ceremonies.

This team though...
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Yeah, it wasn't great. They just keep finding ways to lose, and it has become second nature. Just like rooting for a bad team and worse franchise...

This was all about the kids though, and despite the loss they had fun interacting with the players during warmups. Scherff came right over to us, CY gave the kids a wave and a wink. We had the bonus of seeing Manning's ceremonies.

This team though...
Dang man. I was hoping maybe you got one of the blocked field balls.
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Ron after the game

"I think this team is still trying to find itself"

LMAO
They couldn't find their ass with both hands
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