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Old 11-19-2021, 01:42 AM   #31
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I love it. Really hope we can see more videos of Ron enjoying life after a win.
Absolutely. Haven't seen him like that since we beat Philly week 1 last year.
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Old 11-19-2021, 08:37 AM   #32
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Re: WFT vs. Panthers pre-game thread

"There is now way Cam can learn their offense in a week" JDR

I agree and I bet we see Walker a bit too.

I'm going to drink the kool-aid (I know I'm a fool)

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I think our run D steps up again and forces them to throw more
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Old 11-19-2021, 10:40 AM   #33
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“The Washington Football team has a heart issue,” Smith said. “This team is not there because their coach is piss poor or not very good. Coach is good. It’s not because some of the players aren’t good. It’s a heart issue. And, you got to clean it up from the inside out. Ron Rivera is not the problem.”

I don't disagree

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Old 11-19-2021, 11:01 AM   #34
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Re: WFT vs. Panthers pre-game thread

He's not wrong.. It's Dan Snyder and until he is gone it'll be the same shit
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Re: WFT vs. Panthers pre-game thread

I like S Smith, but with all due respect he has no clue what is or isn't going on in that locker room. Perhaps he can pick a player or two and assume that about their individual performances, but it seems like he's implying that - as a team - they don't care or aren't giving it their all. I can't say I agree with that at all. That's not what I see on the field, after games, in the press, etc... They are competing, and they have true leaders on both sides of the ball, and with the head coach. The problem is they are just making too many mistakes and sustaining too many injuries.

They have played better of late, less mistakes despite the injuries. The question is can they do that consistently.
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Old 11-19-2021, 02:37 PM   #36
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He's not wrong.. It's Dan Snyder and until he is gone it'll be the same shit
At this point what is Snyder doing that has a result of what's on the field? He has totally turned everything over to Ron. The Snyder bashing imo is tired and old. We can bash him for stuff off the field, but after Haskins what has he done? Since that pick what has he actually done that has a result of what's on the field? This is Ron's show.
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Old 11-19-2021, 02:41 PM   #37
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I think the stuff about Samuel is totally fair. The guy has missed a lot of time throughout his career so why would he all of a sudden be healthy when he comes here? It was and is a terrible signing. Why would you give a injury prone #2 wr a ton of money? He can't even get on the field and on top of everything Ron has totally mismanaged the situation. Just stop the nonsense, shut him down for the year and have him get surgery.
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I think it's pointless to put C Samuel on IR unless you need his roster spot. Thanks to the very good depth that was brought in, so far the myriad of injuries haven't resulted in the need to free up his roster spot. Maybe he'll actually get on the field this year. If that hasn't been ruled out, then I'd rather them keep bringing him along as they are. How great would it be to win the next two or three games, then have key guys like Samuel, Thomas, Sweat, etc, come back for the final stretch?
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He was targeted 4 times in that ATL game and caught all 4.. It would be nice to have him back but apparently he's another glass made WR
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At this point what is Snyder doing that has a result of what's on the field? He has totally turned everything over to Ron. The Snyder bashing imo is tired and old. We can bash him for stuff off the field, but after Haskins what has he done? Since that pick what has he actually done that has a result of what's on the field? This is Ron's show.
Yeah but you can't change the culture in 1.5 yrs.. Plus at the end of the day Dan could fire Ron tomorrow if he wanted. He's still in charge no matter what we want to believe
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He was targeted 4 times in that ATL game and caught all 4.. It would be nice to have him back but apparently he's another glass made WR
Other than the bad ankle injury he suffered in 2017 that required surgery, C Samuel's has actually been pretty durable until this crazy groin problem. He only missed two other games due to injury in his first four years.
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I like S Smith, but with all due respect he has no clue what is or isn't going on in that locker room. Perhaps he can pick a player or two and assume that about their individual performances, but it seems like he's implying that - as a team - they don't care or aren't giving it their all. I can't say I agree with that at all. That's not what I see on the field, after games, in the press, etc... They are competing, and they have true leaders on both sides of the ball, and with the head coach. The problem is they are just making too many mistakes and sustaining too many injuries.

They have played better of late, less mistakes despite the injuries. The question is can they do that consistently.
I agree, I love me some Smith but this is just “hot take” bullshit.
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Old 11-19-2021, 07:04 PM   #43
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The lack of heart was not evident last weekend ! The Past meddling by Snyder has hurt this team and the effect is still in play .. Ron is doing all he can and that win against the SB champs should ignite this team to believe… I’m calling it now

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At this point what is Snyder doing that has a result of what's on the field? He has totally turned everything over to Ron. The Snyder bashing imo is tired and old. We can bash him for stuff off the field, but after Haskins what has he done? Since that pick what has he actually done that has a result of what's on the field? This is Ron's show.

Well the Haskins Pick was a pretty important pick and we could certainly use a first round talent not named DH at this point so that is still being felt and will be for the life of a first round talent not named DH.

Other than that who really knows how involved he has been? Id like to believe not at all because he is an idiot but who knows.

Lastly Dans lousy reputation and off the field bullshit certainly do not make this an appealing organization to play for, coach for, or work for so yeah his off the field bullshit also takes a toll with what you see on the field.
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Old 11-19-2021, 10:47 PM   #45
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Re: WFT vs. Panthers pre-game thread

I asked my guy if we win again this week...

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