Marco Chacon

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About Marco Chacon

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    The Waterboy

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  • Redskins Fan Since
    All My life!
  • Favorite Redskin
    Joe Gibbs
  • Location
    Montreal, Quebec
  • Interests
    Golf, Reading
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  1. Marco Chacon

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    Any fan going to FedEx field will only show his lack of self respect and self esteem... this team just slap you in the face and told you they don’t give a f*** about you, what you think and what you want... I’m not only not buying any more gear, I’m putting away all the gear I have, I’m not watching any more games... those to things don’t change anything for baby Snyder, he gets his money anyway from TV... but I’m not letting my kids get anywhere close to this team, they see me and they cheer with me, I won’t inherit my fandom, they deserve better.
  2. Marco Chacon

    Who should be the next head coach for the Skins

    Gregg Williams.... we need a dictator, a tyrant, a disciplinarian.... yes, I know how he left.... but a new, strong, fresh GM could convince him to come back....
  3. Marco Chacon

    2018 Embrace [Insert QB name here] Thread

    I this same ESPN???? or other more moral ESPN??
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    2018 Embrace [Insert QB name here] Thread

    - Colt: this was his second 'golden' opportunity' with the Redskins and ended the same way both times, I think he's the best paid backup QB. So I think his gone next year. - Alex Smith: if the injury involve only bones, there shouldn't be a problem for him to come back. Once they're fix, bones heal and at 34 years old is not a problem... everybody was impressed because was an 'open' fracture, meaning, the bone went out of the skin, but that is not a problem either. If he didn't have nerve, vascular or ligament damage the only problem to overcome will be the muscular atrophy from resting the leg. - Teddy Bridgwater: best option in my opinion. His injury was bad, but what it matter was the ACL, that one was repaired, and he looked good in training camp with the Jets. He will sit behind Brees this year and te next... and you never know if Brees will like to play some more after that. Rumors say Payton will go from NO with Brees. With the Redskins, Teddy will have a REAL shot to be the starter right away. And for the Redskins, it would be a good, still young QB for a budget price. You get a good franchise QB by 2 ways: 1. Free agency, paying a bunch of money... we already have that in Alex Smith 2. The draft, and here you have 2 options: a. A high draft pick.. meaning you record shows less than 3 wins b. Trading a bunch of picks to go up in the draft (the RGIII trade for example) The 'money' route we did and we are stuck until the end of 2020, and even then we will carry some dead cap. This next draft have no franchise QB and in the best case scenario (we lost the remaining games) we will pick around 11 or 12. Meaning we will have to get rid of a bunch of picks to go up to pick a so-so QB... and then we will be salary cap restrained and we will have no draft picks... I think this is a BAD approach. In 2020' draft, if the tank in 2019 we will be in good shape to pick our QB... if we have yet another mediocre season, we might need to trade picks to go up and get that QB... we will have the last year of Alex Smith with our new guy to get him ready for 2021 Conclusion: Sign Bridgewater to a 2 year back up contract (around the same as Colt)... if he blows us away and plays to his potential, we got ourselves a steal, if not he's gone with Smith... or stays as a back up of our new guy (mentoring because he will be on the system for 2 years) But.... this is the real problem...
  5. Marco Chacon

    2018 Embrace [Insert QB name here] Thread

    This year it doesn't matter anymore... who ever is available will be fine... we will ride the Mark Sanchez boat. Teddy Bridgwater is on a one year deal with the Saints, Brees is playing amazing and it doesn't seem he will retire... he will come here to be a starter, with a team friendly contract for 2019... for me is the obvious choice
  6. Marco Chacon

    Breaking: Redskins claim Reuben Foster NFL.COM

    Does the games missed while on the exception list count towards a suspension?? Retroactively?? So, is he’s innocent, but still almighty Goodell gives him a 6 game suspension, he is already missing 5 this season...
  7. Marco Chacon

    Per Schefter: Su'a Cravens Considering Retirement

    I think the best decision is to keep him... The kid has talent, he showed that... the kid is healthy, the concussion thing I think wasp out there to 'mask' his real problem... which is, psychological issue... He's 21 years old for crying out loud, he had a meltdown, he showed his emotionally weak and probably the transition to the pros was harder for him than for others... he wanted to quit football... not the Redskins... Redskins have a team of sports psychologist that can help him... and in the lockeroom, here is what a true leader can make a difference... here is where we need DJ and Norman to step up and strong figures, take the kid under their wing and help him gain the confidence he needs to succeed... "he's a broken product'... c'mon guys... like if you never had a rough patch, questions and doubts... give the kid another chance, the upside is great, the risk is very low...
  8. Marco Chacon

    Per Schefter: Su'a Cravens Considering Retirement

    Bravo!!... This is exactly how I feel... Keep the guy and make him earn a career...
  9. Marco Chacon

    Per Schefter: Su'a Cravens Considering Retirement

    Then I don't think is worthy to make a trade... then we should keep him, groom him and see what he can do, it is in his own interest to try hard and work to earn the starting job. If he doesn't feel like trying, it would hurt him more than us... if he's really ready and shows his talents, good for us, and specially good for him... the he will have suitors...
  10. Marco Chacon

    Per Schefter: Su'a Cravens Considering Retirement

    I know I'll be disappointed... is what being a Redskins fan is all about... You buy something for 1000 dollars, you barely use it and then you sell it for 200 bucks... how is that good? I hope a third and a player... or at least 2 thirds, one this draft and the other for 2019... My ideal scenario: straight player swap, we sent Cravens, we get D Thomas... they clear some space from their cap, we upgrade a position...
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    Per Schefter: Su'a Cravens Considering Retirement

    It was a bad pick in the first place, there were several red flags... and still, we are exchanging and loosing... I'm tired of loosing in the draft, free agency, trades... If His current value is good enough for a team like the Broncos to be interested in trading... but I will be pissed if the Redskins 'settle' for a fourth or a 'fifth'... if we get back the second round we invested, then I'll be ok..
  12. Marco Chacon

    Per Schefter: Su'a Cravens Considering Retirement

    Ufff Talib and Norman in the same lockeroom... I don't know... I would love Sanders, but in that case better get Thomas... It really doesn't make any sense to me to get a 5th.. even a 3rd round pick... we spent a SECOND on Cravens...
  13. Marco Chacon

    Per Schefter: Su'a Cravens Considering Retirement

    So we will get a fifth round pick in exchange of a second round pick... only the Redskins... I hope the trade is not for a pick but for a player... a defensive player, after all Cravens problems are not injury or talent related, he just doesn't want to be here... I hope Bruce bring a equivalent talent from the Broncos... If Bruce can get Demaryius Thomas in exchange... (8.5 mill I know, but still... )... I will be really disappointed if we only can get a low draft pick..
  14. Marco Chacon

    Per Schefter: Su'a Cravens Considering Retirement

    If we can get the second round we used on him back for this year draft I'm all for a trade... release him makes absolute non sense, just wasting a second round pick because the kid had a rough patch it's less than smart. He has a contract, the Redskins control his rights for the next 3 years, his cap number is only 1.2 million and we know he has talent... We know very well how injuries happen, let him compete for the job with Nicholson, how ever wins, we win... a starter and a quality back up... He's an asset to this team, this is PRO football... he had a year to clean up his act and fix any family issues... we already invested in this kid, time to get to work!