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Old 09-20-2019, 10:41 PM   #1261
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nope, I want the picks...
Give me the picks too. We need a youth movement!
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Old 09-21-2019, 08:36 AM   #1262
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Now that NE has released Brown they have cap space. And their offense line has lost 2 or 3 players to injury. It is time to talk and see if they could get multiple early picks.
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Old 09-21-2019, 08:43 AM   #1263
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Hereís a couple truths the team needs to face:

1. For whatever reason TW will never play here again. We need to trade him for at least a first to get his replacement.

2. Scherff has broken off negotiations and many predict he will walk after this season. We will need to draft for HIS replacement in this draft. Iím sure he wants more money, at a winning organization that doesníír have our constant chaos.

The 2020 draft is heavy with OT and thatís where we will draft. If we can get a 1st for TW it will help the rebuilding of the OL.


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Old 09-21-2019, 08:57 AM   #1264
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They'll probably have to FT Scherff, in which case they have to trade TW now while they have some capital to bargain with. Don't they?
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Old 09-21-2019, 10:18 AM   #1265
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Lol, I would say do it. But getting arrested for that bum wouldn't be worth it. The thought cracks me up though, a fellow Warpather, just walking up and slapping the shit out of Bruce.
I would start a go fund me for bail and legal counsel
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Old 09-21-2019, 11:13 AM   #1266
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I would start a go fund me for bail and legal counsel
Just plead justifiable bitch slapping. Any reasonable dmv jury would find you innocent.

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Old 09-21-2019, 03:34 PM   #1267
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Actually, Iím a lawyer. But I donít want to have a fool for a client either (ie, represent myself).


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Old 09-21-2019, 04:07 PM   #1268
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Actually, Iím a lawyer. But I donít want to have a fool for a client either (ie, represent myself).


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BA is just a roadie for Snyder. Itís like slapping the kitchen help instead of the mansion owner


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Old 09-21-2019, 04:08 PM   #1269
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Old 09-21-2019, 04:11 PM   #1270
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Yeah, but heís so insufferably smug too.


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Old 09-21-2019, 08:58 PM   #1271
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Hereís a couple truths the team needs to face:

1. For whatever reason TW will never play here again. We need to trade him for at least a first to get his replacement.

2. Scherff has broken off negotiations and many predict he will walk after this season. We will need to draft for HIS replacement in this draft. Iím sure he wants more money, at a winning organization that doesníír have our constant chaos.

The 2020 draft is heavy with OT and thatís where we will draft. If we can get a 1st for TW it will help the rebuilding of the OL.


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At what point do we find CONTINUITY? Has anyone pondered whereíd the Redskins be today if they had just paid Cousins early on, and kept DeSean and GarÁon around in Grudenís system? Years later, weíre all left with this mess, no continuity, or stability.



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Old 09-21-2019, 11:21 PM   #1272
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At what point do we find CONTINUITY? Has anyone pondered whereíd the Redskins be today if they had just paid Cousins early on, and kept DeSean and GarÁon around in Grudenís system? Years later, weíre all left with this mess, no continuity, or stability.



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Would not have mattered one lick. They both would have been injured, KC would have forced a trade, and our DCoordinator still would not know how to win a 2nd half or stop an opposing team on third downs.

Crying over Garcon/DJax/KC is effectively griping about being fat and lethargic while still eating 2 mcdonalds meals and drinking 3 large sugar loaded cokes every day.



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Old 09-22-2019, 02:57 AM   #1273
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The point about DJax and GarÁon was they were playing at a high level and we let them go. No backup plan except Dotson. WR group went down fast.

KC was getting lots of stats but not wining games -especially by himself. The management felt he Wasnít the long-term QB answer. Then they kept him through franchising for more and more money - WITHOUT A BACKUP PLAN TO REPLACE HIM (you know, draft a promising QB and develop him). No backup was developed.over those years. Once KC left,with no planets B, Bruce panics and signs a long-term contract with an average, 34 yr old QB with a good win-loss record because he played for excellent teams. Was an

TW and Scherff will be traded or let go during this season or after the season is over. See a PATTERN?

We CAN NOT KEEP OUR BEST TALENT. Either because we donít recognize the talent we have, or we mismanage it. True key to winning is home-growing talent and riding it. We let our home-grown talent go, then hire over-priced FA, who then cruise through here getting the big money for min effort.



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Old 09-22-2019, 08:49 AM   #1274
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Garcon/DJax/KC were all good releases by the time they were released. The single point I agree with you on is that the Skins didn't plan and prepare for the backup plan effectively. Particularly on KC once they put what they considered their best offer on the table they should have invested in a QB each year.
Thats the front office issue and its not changing anytime soon.

On the WRs coaching wouldn't move on from a 1st round pick because of potential, we know that is a fatal flaw of Grudens tenure here, and I hope we move on from him sooner rather than later, but I have no faith that the FO will bring in a better coach. Si again thats not changing anytime soon.

Bottomline this franchise is mired in bottom tier status until DS has a major reinvention of himself or till the franchise is sold.

And that's not happening anytime soon either.


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Old 09-22-2019, 09:09 AM   #1275
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Trey Quinn, Sims Jr, Terry McLaurin and P Rich...even Harmon. Iíve liked what Iíve seen so far from the group. This coming offseason letís rebuild the TE position.
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