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  1. TD_washingtonredskins

    OLD development: Trent Williams wants to be traded/released

    What are your expectations? 4 might be low, but I don't think 6 is unreasonable at all. We won 7 games last year and 3 of those (Carolina, Dallas, and Jacksonville) were so narrow that we were pretty close to being a 5-6 win team as it was. But, even if you believe we can match last year's 7...so what? With Trent done, a bridge QB, and a team that isn't going to contend for anything more than a .500 record, my point remains the same - now is the time to play the young guys who you believe might start for you some day. I'd rather Martin take his lump blocking for Case Keenum in September of 2019 than blocking for Haskins in 2020.
  2. TD_washingtonredskins

    OLD development: Trent Williams wants to be traded/released

    We have a journeyman QB starting so why not just go ahead and play Martin? If there's ever a time to let him develop, it's NOW! We're expected to win 4-6 games and aren't putting our first-round QB in harm's way. Play the young guys...
  3. TD_washingtonredskins

    2019 Redskins Training Camp/Preseason Thread

    I wasn't sure where to drop this, so I'm putting it here - it didn't warrant a new thread for sure. The more I've been thinking about this team, the more I think that our best path to success is if we are following the mid-1990s TB Bucs blue print. We are putting together a scrappy and aggressive young front-7. We don't quite have the horses yet in the secondary, but it's improving. We might have a pretty effective running game with AP, Guice, and Thompson. Our passing game will be limited but we might be able to win some ugly games, beat the snot out of most of our opponents, and at least be a team that is uncomfortable to play against. With some additions over the next couple years (and some progression by Haskins, etc.) this could turn into a team capable of winning 10ish games and being a tough out in the playoffs. That is probably a year or two away, but maybe 2019 is TB's 1995 or 1996?
  4. No, I get the ridiculousness of the people who are waving their arms like crazy people talking about how they need it to be 67 degrees around the clock. But I don't get the "you want to use your AC to be comfortable so you're a spoiled American" talking point. To your point, that happens with storms and power issues occasionally and it sucks, but we don't start looting usually. So, something tells me despite the Twitter-world jokes and dramatic posts for overreaction, life would go on if all of America was without AC for a while.
  5. I guess. So because other people don't have climate control, we should feel bad if we want to be comfortable? I don't need the 60s, but raising my AC to the 80s seems warm. I mean, we pay for it so why not use it to our comfort?
  6. TD_washingtonredskins

    0-5 Start, Tell Me It Can't Happen, Please....

    What could be interesting is if the timing aligns where Jay is fired, O'Connell is promoted, and Haskins is handed the reins.
  7. TD_washingtonredskins

    0-5 Start, Tell Me It Can't Happen, Please....

    Agree with most of the others...it looks like on paper we should go 3-13 but I don't see that happening either. Just two years ago we won in LA and at home against a Raider team that was 2-0 and had scored 71 points coming into the game. I see why you'd be tempted to predict 0-5 but we usually win a couple games that we shouldn't each year. One upset and a win in NY and we are 2-3. That also likely means that we'll get blown out later in the year against Miami or something.
  8. TD_washingtonredskins

    Can We Just Tee It Up Now?

    So typical...we are coming up with pie-in-the-sky dream scenarios and we have a beautiful a-list celebrity simply cooking. The Redskins have completely broken this fan base.
  9. TD_washingtonredskins

    Should The Skins Cut McCoy?

    Exactly, and if we are in that situation, it could be argued that we're better off playing a UFA so that we don't luck into a win or two down the stretch. I'm not a "tank at all costs" guy, but if your team loses its top 2 QBs, that changes in my book.
  10. OK, I'm more comfortable with that. Phew. So, anyone under 18 and above the age of consent can do whatever they want with anyone else in that category. Fine. It's kids and kids.
  11. OK, sorry I'm so slow...but this means: In a state where the age of consent is 16, a high school student (16) can have sex with a 47-year old? As long as the 16-year old consented the 47-year old didn't do anything legally wrong? Yikes. I never knew that.
  12. That makes sense...and I can understand it. But I more was looking at it from the OTHER side. When age of consent is 16, does that mean a 16-year old can have sex with someone of any age? I have an issue with THAT. Or does that just mean that at 16 they can have sex with anyone under 18 without it being illegal?
  13. TD_washingtonredskins

    OLD development: Trent Williams wants to be traded/released

    Maybe they meant to show that it truly is random! A name is on a list as a player in the league and some program or process selects from that list. If anything, it refutes the point of the guys who feel they're being picked on
  14. I can see the case for a 16-year old being allowed to consent with an 18-year old. But I think there should be a sliding scale. A high school senior sleeping with a high school sophomore isn't the same to me as a 16-year old girl having sex with a grown man. I don't know how you legislate that or what ages you use as a cut-off, but I do think there's a huge difference.