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Old 12-27-2020, 07:45 PM   #16
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I mean Heineken played well considering the circumstances coming in, but dude is 27 yo (middle age for QBs) journey man. Would have liked to have seen Montez. Brady was a 5th rounder coming in on relief for Bledsoe. Montez was damn good at Colorado .
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Old 12-27-2020, 07:46 PM   #17
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Without Alex and terry it was going be a up hill battle. The special teams fumble TD was just killer, that just can't happen with this offense.

DH is just complete and other trash, i wonder where he been picked if we let him by at 15.
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Old 12-27-2020, 07:53 PM   #18
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Lolz he’s a loser
Hey dem strip clubs callin!
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Old 12-27-2020, 07:58 PM   #19
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I mean Heineken played well considering the circumstances coming in, but dude is 27 yo (middle age for QBs) journey man. Would have liked to have seen Montez. Brady was a 5th rounder coming in on relief for Bledsoe. Montez was damn good at Colorado .

Maybe next week but I doubt it
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Old 12-27-2020, 07:59 PM   #20
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Without Alex and terry it was going be a up hill battle. The special teams fumble TD was just killer, that just can't happen with this offense.

DH is just complete and other trash, i wonder where he been picked if we let him by at 15.
Who knows,seems like everyone on here was pretty excited that he was still there when we picked although some preferred Lock,but he hasn’t been anything special either but Now we know anybody would’ve been better than Haskins
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Old 12-27-2020, 08:02 PM   #21
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Well Haskins nail has been hammered. Thank god that dude is not coming back next year. (reports said it before the game)

Defense only gave up 13 points. You can’t blame them.

Haskins Turnovers and missed guys that were open absolutely killed this team.

On to Philly
The only good thing today clarified is that we need to trade for or draft our starting QB. If drafted, he might sit behind Alex until needed or for injury.

Either way, we will be adding a new QB this offseason.
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I’d like to know how many drops our guys had...seems like the last 2 weeks we drop balls at an enormous rate
Our WR room is flaming hot garbage. All the guys outside of Terry are utterly replaceable at best and shouldn't be in the NFL at all at worst.
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Old 12-27-2020, 08:05 PM   #23
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JFC...Haskins is another epic QB bust

He has zero skills to play the position...when people say he has a cannon for an arm, it’s like saying a guy has a great 40 time..doesn’t mean shit.
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I mean Heineken played well considering the circumstances coming in, but dude is 27 yo (middle age for QBs) journey man. Would have liked to have seen Montez. Brady was a 5th rounder coming in on relief for Bledsoe. Montez was damn good at Colorado .
27 is young. Kurt Warner was a 28 year old journeyman before he took off. Tony Romo, although not a journeyman, was 26 when he finally got his chance.

I liked what I saw tonight, albeit limited action, from Heinicke. Like I said in the game thread, he made three or four passes that I don't believe I've witnessed from any QB in a Washington uniform this season.
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Lolz he’s a loser
He is a quitter (and worse adjectives). He parties after losses. That's all you need to know about him as a QB. Dude better party tonight because his career here is done. I'd have a stripper palooza tonight if I was him.
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Whoever Snyder wants at QB, get the opposite.
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27 is young. Kurt Warner was a 28 year old journeyman before he took off. Tony Romo, although not a journeyman, was 26 when he finally got his chance.

I liked what I saw tonight, albeit limited action, from Heinicke. Like I said in the game thread, he made three or four passes that I don't believe I've witnessed from any QB in a Washington uniform this season.
Cam sims and Logan Thomas dropped beautiful deep throws. JD finally hauled in the third one
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Next week you will see a team ready to win the division, They all should be fired up and hungry.
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Cam sims and Logan Thomas dropped beautiful deep throws. JD finally hauled in the third one
And don’t forget he threw a beauty to Gandy Golden showers that hit him right in the hands that was dropped.Does anyone here think we would have lost if Heineken starts
At this point you know Smith is still not gonna be 100 percent,I would rather have Heineken start,If Smith starts and struggles dont wait till 4th qtr to stick in Heiney
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Cam sims and Logan Thomas dropped beautiful deep throws. JD finally hauled in the third one
We just had a guy come off the street and throw some of the best deep balls I have seen in years.
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