KillBill26

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About KillBill26

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    The Waterboy
  • Birthday 06/18/1981

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  • Birthdate
    June 18, 1981
  • Redskins Fan Since
    birth
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    Gary Clark
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    Warwick, RI
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    02889
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    Not rooting for the 5x world champ hometown patriots because torturing myself with the Redskins was a better idea
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  1. KillBill26

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    It's kinda sad to see the other fellow teams that are labeled dysfunctional, and feeling their level of dysfunction isn't even close to the same level of dysfunction as the skins. It seems we are far and away the worst in sports. I think the Knicks got a lot of votes for the fact they play in NYC and therefore have more fans. I'm not much of an NBA guy, so I can't really speak to their situation, I just know they haven't been relevant in awhile. I know the isaiah Thomas drama of years ago, but I'm not familiar with anything recently. I don't see the cowboys as anywhere close to dysfunctional as us. Sure, they are struggling right now, and their head coach needs to go, but once they get a better coach there, they are in pretty good shape with all that talent. Jerry is a little over the top and he is prone to a bit of drama from time to time, but they have done a good job building that roster, and there isn't much drama in house there. If just hiring a new coach solves the problem, that's more like pulling a weed. The Redskins issues go well beyond head coach, it's more like removing every ounce of soil out of that garden and starting over. Their issues lie in personnel, front office, ethics, etc And I think the dolphins are far from dysfunctional; they identified they needed to rebuild, and they are executing the plan by stockpiling quality draft picks. In five years, they will probably be one of the most talented teams in the league.
  2. KillBill26

    Do the Redskins have a future guard in Flowers?

    I hope contract talks commence soon. What do you feel his contract would look like? 4 years 28 mil? 12 guaranteed? I'm totally guessing, and I know that might be a tad high, but he is young, has played well, and it's been such a position of need forever, I feel it could be an agreement both sides could be happy with.
  3. KillBill26

    Do the Redskins have a future guard in Flowers?

    Martin would still have 3 more years on a rookie contract. Who knows what our guard situation will look like at that point. It would be more problematic if Martin was in year 3 this year, and up for an extension sooner.
  4. KillBill26

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    If that scenario played out, I would still consider right now to be rock bottom. If Bruce is gone and we go 0-16 next year, I would still consider that moving in the right direction, solely bc it involves Bruce being gone. At least I'd have hope for the future. With bruce in tow, our ceiling will remain ridiculously low.
  5. KillBill26

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    Agreed 100%, and the thing that infuriates me is that all those moves (not trading vets for picks, not trading disgruntled Trent for a nice return, and in turn not having the cap room to cut smith now), were all made out of self preservation by Bruce to sell how close we are. Everyone else knew we weren't. And bruce will probably be back. If I owned a company and the guy I hired to be in charge has proven he is making decisions out of what's best for him personally instead of MY BILLION DOLLAR COMPANY, I couldn't justify keeping him around for another second. I know this concept has been re hashed on here plenty, but it's still mind blowing every time I think about how low our ceiling will be as long as BA is here. Imagine if our current reality was: -No BA around, therefore no negative press regarding our laughable front office structure. -shed all overpriced contracts, and got some draft picks in return, even if they were a couple late rounders -a decent haul for Trent, and no negative press or gray cloud in the locker room due to him still being a disgruntled Redskin -shedding smiths contract on the horizon, a BA-less GM search followed by HC search on the horizon, along with a lot less negative press due aforementioned situations being resolved, with draft season armed with 10+ picks on the horizon. Wouldn't that be a much better situation to be in. A lot less depressing, maybe even kind of exciting?? And it's all rooted in common sense moves!! As you mentioned, moves that you or I or a majority of this board could execute on day 1. So frustrating. Nice! There is no reason we shouldn't be shedding that contract, even if our boneheaded front office didn't look to shed other contracts, and even if they are still trying to foolishly sell us on the fact we are only a couple players away from contending and they sign a couple big contracts in free agency.
  6. KillBill26

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    Don't forget about shedding Alex Smith's contract, which I believe is going to be around a 40 mil hit. If we rebuild the right way, we aren't going to spend big bucks in FA as we should be collecting comp picks, so there is no reason for Alex Smith to be with this team at the start of the season.
  7. KillBill26

    Random "Thot" Thread (Stadium Edition)

    I'm watching the Clemson vs South Carolina game, and South Carolina has this God awful shriek they play randomly. It's probably the worst one I've heard yet. I don't see how even the game****s fans don't get sick of hearing that.
  8. KillBill26

    Random "Thot" Thread (Stadium Edition)

    I think the Vikings do the horn much the same way, it seems way overdone. When I went to the bucs game last year, the PA guy does a call and response where he says "that's enough for a Tampa" and the crowd responds with "first down". Seems a bit much, but when you combine for 1 super bowl win between the 3 of them, what do you expect.
  9. KillBill26

    Ryan Kerrigan to miss first game of career

    He has been a great Redskin. A high character guy that has been easy to root for. He has also made some clutch plays over the years. I hope they can make a trade that sends him to a place he wants to go and he gets his ring (colts maybe). I doubt we get much in return for him due to size of his contract and his age, but I just hope he leaves on good terms and is put in a good situation moving forward.
  10. KillBill26

    Random "Thot" Thread (Stadium Edition)

    Only if we show signs of improvement.
  11. KillBill26

    Random "Thot" Thread (Stadium Edition)

    By the end of the year, the band will play HTTR after every first down.
  12. Even Marvin had to rough it out with a struggling QB before Peyton arrived. Who was the QB? Redskins potential next head coach Jim Harbaugh.
  13. KillBill26

    Next Coach?

    With roman as head coach. Wow. Its a rare situation too, bc Brady would jump at the chance to be an OC for an NFL team. Most guys who are as well regarded as him wouldn't want to be an OC for an offensive minded head coach, but Brady is young and is currently reporting to an OC at LSU. This would be his highest job title yet, and we could make sure it's his highest salary yet too. But would he want to come to the Redskins while his star is shining so brightly? Roman too? That is going to be the problem.
  14. KillBill26

    Is it time to go Nuclear on Snyder???

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.12up.com/amp/posts/former-redskins-wr-santana-moss-details-another-insane-story-involving-dan-snyder-01dtpq2k6s0q Moss recently disclosed to Bleacher Report that the ever-inept Dan Snyder persuaded him to take a concoction of robust pain meds Vicodin and Toradol ahead of the game. Snyder convincing players to mix pain meds to get them on the field. For the sake of player safety, I think dan Snyder should be forced to sell the team immediately. Jeff bezos would NEVER have done this!!!
  15. KillBill26

    Next Coach?

    You know, you are absolutely right. Not only bc of the short commute, but obviously sending Redskins one has not led to any sustained success. We should send over a town car. And they should go out to a seafood restaurant. With a respectable GM joining them. The complete opposite of everything we have been doing!