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Old 09-17-2019, 11:52 AM   #16
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RIP the once proud Washington DC Redskins franchise.
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1997 - Present Maryland Punk Ass Bitches
lolololol...Snyder should change the name.

I heard a good interview on the Junkies driving into work with Michael Lombardi...and the standout thing was the Skins and specifically Bruce's reputation around the league. Nobody wants to work or coach for the Skins with Bruce in charge. Lombardi said he wouldn't know of anybody else maintaining a job with the franchise win-loss record being that bad for that long. He worked with Bruce with the Raiders and Bruce was/has never been a respected Personnel guy. Bruce is a cap guy...a political-type excellent schmoozer who is good face to face, but talks bad behind backs.

Bruce was made in Tampa because of Jon Gruden...Gruden needed a yes man...but Gruden called all the shots with personnel.

This is his reputation folks...Bruce is the problem.
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Old 09-17-2019, 03:55 PM   #17
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lolololol...Snyder should change the name.

I heard a good interview on the Junkies driving into work with Michael Lombardi...and the standout thing was the Skins and specifically Bruce's reputation around the league. Nobody wants to work or coach for the Skins with Bruce in charge. Lombardi said he wouldn't know of anybody else maintaining a job with the franchise win-loss record being that bad for that long. He worked with Bruce with the Raiders and Bruce was/has never been a respected Personnel guy. Bruce is a cap guy...a political-type excellent schmoozer who is good face to face, but talks bad behind backs.

Bruce was made in Tampa because of Jon Gruden...Gruden needed a yes man...but Gruden called all the shots with personnel.

This is his reputation folks...Bruce is the problem.
I could have told you that, BA doesnít know shit about talent evaluation. Heís a professional ass kisser!!
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Old 09-17-2019, 09:09 PM   #18
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hahahaha I loled
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Old 09-18-2019, 03:34 PM   #19
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I could have told you that, BA doesnít know shit about talent evaluation. Heís a professional ass kisser!!
Thank God for Kyle Smith.
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Old 09-23-2019, 08:59 AM   #20
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it has nothing to do with todays nfl.
its always been this way. the only people that care about rivalries, are media and the fans they sell it to.
pro jocks dont care about rivalries. they never have. its all a story to get fans fired up. its not high school/college. they are just teams in the same division who play alot.
and besides.. the Redskins rivalries are ny,GB, Chicago, Eagles, Detroit.
Dallas is a team from the 60s lol..
i'm half kidding but you get what I mean.
Dont worry about it. Haskins will beat them the next time.
This may be true today. But back in the day, the Cowboys-Redskins rivalry ran DEEP and extended on and off the field and the front offices.

Just Google up how Dallas was awarded an NFL franchise to begin with. And Google how the Washington Redskins were tagged to relocate to Dallas in '58. And how the Cowboys owners once owned the rights to the song Hail to the Redskins.

As I say, back in the day.
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Old 09-23-2019, 09:13 AM   #21
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it has nothing to do with todays nfl.

its always been this way. the only people that care about rivalries, are media and the fans they sell it to.

pro jocks dont care about rivalries. they never have. its all a story to get fans fired up. its not high school/college. they are just teams in the same division who play alot.

and besides.. the Redskins rivalries are ny,GB, Chicago, Eagles, Detroit.

Dallas is a team from the 60s lol..

i'm half kidding but you get what I mean.

Dont worry about it. Haskins will beat them the next time.
Rivalries have been greatly diminished in modern sports, but there are still some rivalries out there.

The AFC North is a good example.

All those teams hate each other. That feeling comes from ownership on down and the players who don't feel that way, soon do.

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Old 09-23-2019, 09:46 AM   #22
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To be honest, Social Media has ended most rivalries
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Old 09-23-2019, 01:05 PM   #23
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I agree wholeheartedly!!
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Snyderís private little NFL franchise and plaything. Snyder claims to be a great Redskinís fan but he has been the worst thing ever to happen to this franchise now and until he dies or sells the team.

He is like a plague to this once proud franchise on every level. The only people who now support him are those that he pays or pays off.


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Snyderís private little NFL franchise and plaything. Snyder claims to be a great Redskinís fan but he has been the worst thing ever to happen to this franchise now and until he dies or sells the team.

He is like a plague to this once proud franchise on every level. The only people who now support him are those that he pays or pays off.


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