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    1966
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    1956
  1. I have no idea why he would stay. if you are getting criticized for a game like this and you have the ownership and leadership issues in the front office you have here, one would be pretty stupid to stick around if there is any other viable option.
  2. I bet we could get Nathan Peterson from the Bills for rea cheap right now
  3. Saints vs. Redskins Post Game Assessments

    I agree. I hate to see the skins loose, but am optimistic. Prefer them to get a few missing pieces this off season than to limp into the off season and get destroyed. fewer and fewer weaknesses when healthy
  4. I say sign him for 26 million dollars a year with a lifetime supply of wallpaper with Bruce and Daniels pictures on it!
  5. Who do we sign, 2018 and for how much

    would be worth it for the irony
  6. Who do we sign, 2018 and for how much

    interesting article- what some players might cost https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/agents-take-15-players-in-contract-years-helping-and-hurting-themselves/
  7. It seems like we are in a good position to retain players. Who can we resign with our salary cap space? The Redskins have a shade over $6 million in cap space remaining in 2017. That will diminish by the time the season is over but they still should have $5 million or so left. They can roll that over to 2018, which would give them just about $64 million in space to work with. http://www.nbcsports.com/washington/redskins/need-know-looking-ahead-redskins-2018-salary-cap-situation 1. Cousins = 135 million / 5 years av 27 million a year 2. Brown=60 Million over 5 years av 12 million a year I do not have much of a clue on this so am asking for input Breeland ? Scherff = extension
  8. Common Kirk....I just don't know....

    Everyone on this forum is wrong, but me
  9. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    Hard to know what we need with the Cousin situation and so many 1 year contracts. If we sign Brown and Cousins, our whole draft changes. Good to know the players though
  10. Pre season redo- what do we do

    Brown long term contract Deshaun Jackson - let go Garcon- tough one- let go build for future draft- Running back in second Just here for your all thoughts
  11. Redskins vs 49ers Prediction thread: A Mini - Homecoming

    WA 34 SF 14 Cousins 31-25-296-2-1
  12. Do We Suddenly Have a Dominant Defense?

    Really happy with the defense. If resigning Brown, Keeping Norman on, maybe resigning Breeland and Foster is an option over keeping Cousins, I am for it. Cousins is a good QB, but a dominant defense for years to come is more important to me.
  13. Do We Suddenly Have a Dominant Defense?

    Yes, the Steelers defense of the 1970's suck compared to us. The 1985 Bears are trying to revise history to just try to compare to the 2017 Redskin defense
  14. Redskins vs Chiefs Prediction Thread: KC vs KC, in KC?

    WA24 KC 21 OT Cousins 51-26-341-3-0
  15. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/news/2018-nfl-draft-qb-stock-watch-the-dilemma-with-oklahomas-baker-mayfield/ 2018 NFL Draft QB Stock Watch: The dilemma with Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield The Sooners quarterback has been awesome in 2017, but how should he be viewed as an NFL prospect? I'm not extremely confident about this, but I think we need to start taking Baker Mayfield seriously as an NFL quarterback prospect. The Oklahoma signal-caller isn't especially tall for the position, improvises a lot and rarely reads the entire field. But he has been ridiculously good to begin the 2017 campaign. There's no arguing there. All he has done through four games is complete 75.2 percent of his throws at a nearly unfathomable 13.2 yards per attempt with 13 touchdowns and no interceptions. He has been the epitome of efficiency; he beat Ohio State in Columbus, and his "worst" game was a 17-of-27, 331-yard, four-score performance against Tulane. click link for rest of article