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  1. Official 2018 Redskins Training Camp/Preseason Thread

    Not to mention, there is no chance DJ has ever thrown a punch that looks anything like what he did today. If TP wasn’t a little intimidated by DJ, he would have smacked him in the face.
  2. I agree with Fred, but I’m far more bullish on Payne than the experts. I believe his strength is in getting up field, which is the opposite of all scouting reports you find online.
  3. My Vols recruited Tim Settle & Shy Tuttle & led for each, Ive been doing that for about 4 years. Shy Tuttle is a name I hear every day of the year, my apologies. I would be surprised if he’s not our best DL this year, if healthy. He will prove he should have gone above Chubb.
  4. Scandrick Cut

    That is phenomenal news. We know what he is as a football player, evidently our staff knows we have better. Credit to often criticized development & scouting.
  5. Official 2018 Redskins Training Camp/Preseason Thread

    TP: “They can’t guard me.” Thursday will be an especially interesting preseason game.
  6. Official 2018 Redskins Training Camp/Preseason Thread

    Pryor didn’t think for a second that he was going to get hit. Nobody around appears to take it seriously. Pryor isn’t going to get hurt being hit with a helmet on. You would prefer that he actually throw a punch? Nobody ran away, how long do you stay, 20-25 minutes? This stuff happens all the time — frequently among teammates. This is barely a dress rehearsal, tune in 9/9 for football.
  7. Official 2018 Redskins Training Camp/Preseason Thread

    Let the wild man free, controlled chaos, he’s getting himself into battle mode, we truly rely on these players to put their lives on the line, to negatively evaluate something like this would be a bit hypocritical imo. While on the field, he will cross a line at times, we need him to play so near to it that we should not criticize him when he steps over it unless it’s done so egregiously.
  8. If the Skins stay healthy I believe they have a top 3 DL rotation. They don’t have Suh & Donald, but few do, including the Rams as of now. I still find it hard to believe we left the last 3 drafts with Allen, Ioan, Payne, & Tuttle. #AllPayne #Tuttonidis
  9. Official 2018 Redskins Training Camp/Preseason Thread

    It may have been addressed, but Alex Smith is a far superior QB, he will help the running game immensely with pre-snap calls/audibles that take advantage of matchups in ways the Cousin couldnt. Kirk, imho, is a reactionary guy while Smith is someone who sees things in advance. I don’t think they are particularly close, but few agree with that.
  10. Official 2018 Redskins Training Camp/Preseason Thread

    My uncle went on the field to fight @ WVU when he was the OC at Cuse, the team rallied together and made a nice late comeback in that game, it can be galvanizing....even some wild coaches are not shy to join the fracas on occasion, evidently.
  11. Official 2018 Redskins Training Camp/Preseason Thread

    Too many experts in one thread imo.
  12. Coleman would be absolutely phenomenal in Washington. He couldn’t fit much better, I wanted him out of Indi. I hoped we’d sign Ivory to complement a draft pick like Guice, I think Ivory would do very well in DC.
  13. Fat Rob is objectively less than ok. No fanbase has ever collectively wanted a player more than this one wanted Guice. It’s a dark day in DC, but the sun will rise & we will feed fat rob.
  14. Gameday Thread: Redskins @ Patriots

    Thats a pathetic quote from Jay on Ion. I like Jay, but that’s absolutely ridiculous. Anderson had some great reps against the run.
  15. The "Non" Mt Rushmore Symbols of the Dan Snyder Era

    1) 2) 3) 4) Honorable mention, this one is tough because he is a friend of the family, but this was a monumental mistake: We helped a rival with draft assets and... Year: 2010 Contract: 5 years, $78 million ($40 million guaranteed) Team: Washington Redskins When the Washington Redskins gave a contract extension to Donovan McNabb worth $78 million and nearly $40 million guaranteed in the middle of the 2010 regular season, he was having his worst year ever. While he was on pace to eclipse the 4,000-yard mark for the first time in his career, his touchdown-interception ratio and practically every other statistical category was abysmal. At nearly 34 years old, it was probably time for the 'Skins to go in another direction and think toward the future, but instead, they handed McNabb a lucrative deal that he was not going to live up to. One month later, head coach Mike Shanahan demoted Donovan to third string while making Rex Grossman the team's starting quarterback