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  2. Chiefs obviously saw something in him. That's an actual professional football organization over there though. We don't have one.
  3. abdcskins

    Random Thought Thread

    I dunno, it just seems really strong and I don't want to have to rely on it. I started school which is the only reason I asked for it. I'd like to try to get by and concentrate without it. Only 10 mgs but still. Once the really difficult papers and exams start I'll probably take some.
  4. veteranskinsfan

    Have we seen and heard enough from Norman yet?

    ESPN article this week says the top paid Redskins are not performing well- Norman making $14.3 million, Alex Smith at $20.1 million, Trent Williams making $13.302 million and of course our missing tight end, Reed earning $9.67 million.
  5. It's the pennant on the tip of a lance or standard. Like this:
  6. ThomasRoane

    Tony Wylie leaving Redskins for Special Olympics

    Hmm, wonder if Dan is trying to move the team? Maybe to St Louis? I wouldn't put it past him. Something just seems really fishy.
  7. Mr. Sinister

    Xbox One Vs Ps4

    Yeah it may make you consume more goods than you'd like, but you can compete probably up to 6-7 levels past yours, even on Death March. It doesnt truly become hopeless until you see the red demon skull over an enemy, then just run, or pack a lunch if it's 1v1, and if so, don't catch more than a slight graze, cuz its basically one hit kill for virtually all attacks. Grazing hits will take around 90% health
  8. Sacks 'n' Stuff

    Trump and his cabinet/buffoonery- Get your bunkers ready!

    Guidon is one of the bad Godzilla monsters. The mutant lobster one. Did you see the new movie? It opens at a pee-wee football practice and Guidon comes out of the woods wearing a bib and grips up a bunch of the kids, uses these giant lobster cracker things to break open their helmets and shoulder pads, dips them in drawn butter and eats them. Movie goes downhill after that.
  9. Yeah though I don't think it was characterized by Lewis refusing but Cincy ownership but I might be misremembering? but yeah two #1's for Chad Johnson, thankfully they helped save us from ourselves. The other one was thankfully the Jets outbidding us for Mark Sanchez. if only...
  10. Wyndorf25

    So about this Chicago Game?

    Hmmm. I'll take a stab. Johnathan Allen may play and our complete D-Line all playing together plus Kerrigan (and god forbid Sweat actually shows up) should be able to pressure Trubisky into some mistakes. Also, Reed may finally be back and if healthy, well, you know the drill here... Look, we all know the Redskins history of futility in prime-time, especially Monday Night. We all also know that FedEx has now become a 50-50 home/away game eight times a year in addition to the other eight ACTUAL away games they play. My hope is that this team is now so young that they are naturally insulated from the failures of Redskins teams' past on Monday Night (and prime-time games in general). Especially the key contributors on defense: Allen, Payne, Ryan Anderson, Montez Sweat, Montae Nicholson, Cole Holcomb, and Jimmie Moreland are all relatively young and are trying to write their own stories with their performances moving forward (not to mention key FA pick-ups like Landon Collins who have had nothing to do with the teams' legacy of losing on Monday Night). On offense, young key players like McLaurin, Harmon, Roullier, Quinn, and Sprinkle (RBs, Guice and Love notwithstanding due to injuries) should be in the same frame of mind regarding how they can affect this team's fortunes in prime-time games moving forward.
  11. veteranskinsfan

    Whats going to happen when Alex Smith is healthy next year

    Alex is toast. He will go play for another team and try for another guaranteed deal.
  12. Koolblue13

    Tony Wylie leaving Redskins for Special Olympics

    The team will move and of course that name will change. Redskins are a dead man walking. Lucky to even remain in the US.
  13. Riggo-toni

    Trump and his cabinet/buffoonery- Get your bunkers ready!

    No, please enlighten us.
  14. BenningRoadSkin

    Presidential Election 2020 - Baby Sharpie vs Batwoman or Batman

    Breh what? He wrote an article saying he effed up on Trump? https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/how-i-acted-like-a-pundit-and-screwed-up-on-donald-trump/ his site also had it was 99% certain Clinton would beat Bernie in Michigan https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/what-the-stunning-bernie-sanders-win-in-michigan-means/ Yeah he is a data troll
  15. Please don't presume to understand my sediment, I only have 1 kidney.
  16. Cooleyfan1993

    What in the blue hell are the Dolphins doing?

    Well, Rosen set to start Sunday against Dallas. Better to see what they have in him the rest of this season so they can choose between him or Tua in the draft
  17. Yet the ICIG is not willing to gallop beyond the laws limits.(notifying congress is within those limits) Maybe your knight is just ready for a change and the accolades from the choir.
  18. veteranskinsfan

    Tony Wylie leaving Redskins for Special Olympics

    Skins fans should tell Tony to not let the door hit him on his way out.
  19. Califan007

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    Here's the problem with your argument: you just gave a great response as to why Bruce DOES deserve credit for whatever success can be attributed to Scot. Scot wasn't hired in spite of Allen. He was hired because of Allen. So whatever successful traits Scot brought to the Redskins was due specifically and directly to Allen deciding to hire him. No other reason. He didn't train the Skins' scouts on his own time or anything like that. Scot doesn't help this team or franchise one iota without Bruce Allen making the decision to hire him. Why you feel Allen deserves little to no credit for bringing him to the team just baffles me.
  20. Data troll... lol. This is so dumb. The guy builds probabilistic models for election outcomes and you are grumpy that he isn’t shilling enough for your side and “bringing change”.
  21. I forgot about Hall's comments about Bruce's view of when Trent made the trade request. Anyone remember when Marvin Lewis refused to trade Chad Johnson? Would have made off with possibly two Skins' 1st round picks or something like that anyway.
  22. Boss_Hogg

    Tony Wylie leaving Redskins for Special Olympics

    I ran into Tony Wylie in 2015 during fan appreciation day. He was very nice and cordial. It was hard to believe we were less than a year removed from "No means NO!" scuffle and his public and elementary school microphone wrestling match with Dave Owens. He was a disaster as a PR man, just a total mess. Hopefully he does well with this next gig. Can't be any worse than working for this dysfunctional organization. Congratulations Tony
  23. ThomasRoane

    Tony Wylie leaving Redskins for Special Olympics

    Depends. If they keep the Native American theme then maybe I'd remain loyal.
  24. Dissident2

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    Here's the problem with the straw you're grasping at: Bruce not giving Scot full control doesn't at all mean Scot had NO control. Scot's personnel decisions and his methodology of interacting with the players still impacted and influenced the team during that stretch, period. For better or worse? I believe it was the former, as I'm an Occam's Razor kind of guy. I see a 7-25 record the previous two years before SM arrived, as well as a horrendous record before that minus the Shanahan-crafted aberration of 2012. I see the first two back-to-back winning seasons for the franchise in decades while SM was here. I see a return to sub-.500 ball since he left, as well as an absolute shambles in fan relations, PR moves, etc., etc. etc. Then you have Bruce's entire body of work to look at, which is basically an utter wasteland. There's not one moment in his entire sub-par, decades-long career that would lead any clear-thinking individual to feel confident that he knew how to build a winning franchise. The fact remains, even a drunk doing a half-assed job outperformed Bruce Allen, and Bruce deserves an incredibly small percentage of credit for those two winning seasons. Hiring a talented/troubled guy, lying about his responsibilities the moment you introduce him, then having that guy perform pretty decently in a horrible working environment doesn't scream "Gets a lion's share of the credit" to me. A cursory overview of his entire career makes that obvious anyway.
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