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    My two kids, fantasy football, reality football, film, good conversation along with a few drinks
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  1. Wyndorf25

    Random "Thot" Thread (Stadium Edition)

    I just read an article about all the good young players under 25 the Redskins have and it got me thinking about the three rookie WRs the Redskins have and how "potentially" similar they are to the Posse. McLaurin as Gary Clark (does almost everything well and is the best deep threat), Harmon in the Art Monk role (big, possession type) and Simms as Ricky Sanders (quick and shifty guy who works underneath). Now, I'm not saying any of these rookies will ever become anything close to these Redskins Legends. But collectively, they have the potential to become a group of WRs that compliment each other very well in what they provide to the offense. Just an observation.
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    Next Coach?

    It's been quiet on the Mike Tomlin front. Would the Redskins have to actually trade for him?
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    Redskins vs Jets Prediction Thread: The Bowel Bowl pt. 1

    Yeah, been a bit checked out this season. This game outcome was like a combination of my gut and liver with my liver's score flipped around...
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    Redskins vs Jets Prediction Thread: The Bowel Bowl pt. 1

    Head: Redskins 17, Jets 14 The Redskins are pathetic and so are the Jets. This will be a game of absolute frustration. Culminating with a Redskins win in the standings, but a loss in the overall scheme of things. Gut: Jets 21, Redskins 20 The Redskins rookies and younguns (Haskins, McLaurin and Guice) show up on offense but ultimately fail to score on the last possession in order to win the game...on purpose? Liver: Redskins 35, Jets 17 Redskins actually look like a competent team throughout and are surprisingly efficient on offense, while being satisfyingly stingy on defense. Yay, a solid win, but a solid LOSS in the draft sweepstakes...
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    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    The whole malaise of this season had me thinking...what would you rather? Option A: Snyder finally comes to his senses and fires Bruce Allen and hires a true GM, while working into said GM's contract that Snyder agrees to remove himself of all football related decisions. Option B: Snyder walks past a mirror and stops, gazes into his own eyes and comes to realize that if you truly love something, set it free and puts the team up for sale. However, who purchases it, is anyone's guess. I would rather gamble and choose option B. I suppose the obvious thought is "of course, option B! It can't get any worse!" but really? It could be another 20 years of suck but just under different ownership. At least with option A, you are getting what I believe most fans could realistically hope for and less uncertainty. However it all comes down to being rid of Snyder as the ultimate win...even if it means an uncertain future.
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    Erosion Of The Redskins Fanbase

    I was born in Columbia, MD but moved to MA when I was seven (I'm 45 now). So most of my life I've been a displaced Redskins fan in Patriots country. You can just imagine what the last 25 years have been like... Now, my good friends and family members up here that are naturally Patriot fans, actually treat me with pathetic sympathy. Like they care about me too much to even talk smack because many of them remember the times before Robert Kraft bought the team and hired Bill and drafted Tom and they understand the misery of rooting for a team that seems forever snake-bitten and doomed by poor ownership. Now, I just hope to outlive Snyder long enough to see the day my beloved team changes hands...hopefully to someone half as competent as Robert Kraft...
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    !!!!0mgz!!!! Trent Williams finally showed up

    I have to wonder if this latest blunder with the handling of Trent, will FINALLY get Snyder's attention. I mean, if all Bruce gets is a 2nd round pick for Trent or nothing and wind up having to trade Trent in the offseason when he could have been dealt much earlier for MUCH more--will Snyder actually say to himself "what is happening here to my team? This guy is actually business negligent!" Even Snyder knows the difference between a good business move and a bad one, right? #firebruceallen
  8. Ugh. The selection of Haskins looks like it will set this team back another five years...and this team is already fifteen million years behind!
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    Game Night Thread- Skins at Vikes

    At this point... I agree. I AM a horrible fan
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    Game Night Thread- Skins at Vikes

    Haskins is a bust. Quote me.
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    !!!!0mgz!!!! Trent Williams finally showed up

    The talent has been decent with the recent drafts--as another poster mentioned, the team has done a poor job of scheming up how to properly use that talent. You can blame the coaching sure, but it is also the FO's responsibility to identify talent that will also fit the scheme that the coaches run.
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    !!!!0mgz!!!! Trent Williams finally showed up

    Not only am I p***ed off over this (I truly feel like the guy in my avatar!), I am thoroughly embarrassed to be a Redskins fan. Im 45 years old, live and die with this team, but this is getting to be too much. I only hope to outlive Snyder in hopes that the team is eventually sold to more capable hands. In the meantime--hopelessness.
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    !!!!0mgz!!!! Trent Williams finally showed up

    My fingers are crossed for something like this. Trent no longer plays for the Redskins. Trade that asset already. To NOT do so at this point, is pure organizational negligence.
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    !!!!0mgz!!!! Trent Williams finally showed up

    Nope. Bruce, even starting this p***ing-match with Williams is simply unacceptable and reeks of being SO out of touch with the pulse of this team and the locker room (not to mention, the team's best player himself). Bruce initially came out and told us that he "knew what is going on with Trent" but did nothing about it. Either he knew what Trent's issue was (the team's medical staff or money, or both) and simply sat on his hands--further distancing the team from it's star player or he genuinely thought that Trent would eventually show up (completely underestimating Williams' character and resolve). Or, Bruce was simply lying and had no idea how to resolve Trent's issue so he just dug in, hoping Williams would cave. And now, here they are. A losing team, desperate for star players and future assets and this team now has neither. Bruce has done NOTHING to help this team move forward from this situation. In fact, even if a trade finally does go down, there is very little hope that a trade now will yield anything close to what could have been had weeks ago. Bruce has fumbled this whole situation from the beginning. Sure, a trade will wash some of the poop off his face, but the stench remains. #firebruceallen
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    Have we seen and heard enough from Norman yet?

    Geez. Thinking about Norman just brings me back to how I feel about McGlouhan's tenure here. I LOVED the notion of McGlouhan, the football-minded GM that was credited with bringing about a palpable culture-change in this organization. But then I look back at his drafts and signings like Norman and I just shake my head at how all that turned out. Look, I want Allen fired yesterday, but being objective, his recent drafts have been FAR better than what took place under McGlouhan's watch. It hurts to even acknowledge that.