bowhunter

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  1. bowhunter

    Welcome to the Washington Redskins Trey Quinn WR SMU

    Potential to be Jordan Reed part deux? Exciting game changing addition to the offense for 6 weeks out of the year.
  2. And yet another difference is that Andrew Luck actually isn't Dwayne Haskins. Completely different person with a completely different propensity for injury. I don't think they even had the same parents
  3. bowhunter

    Press Release: #Redskins Quotes- Gruden

    Well, the absence of Colt may change his dynamic, Colt could have started the season with the reasoning that he was the most tenured and familiar option. Few would question his decision. Case and Hask are both new to the offense. Starting Case might be viewed as a doubt of Dwaynes development. Starting Dwayne might look like he caved to FO pressure. Both viewpoints are potentially flawed, but both certainly put him on a hotter seat.
  4. You made some good points. I think a lot of us would want Trent back if he wanted to play here. Some would still wish to cash in on his perceived value and get even more building blocks for the future. I only quoted the above two sentences for a particular reason. You are correct, we have think about what effect caving to Trents $$$ demands (if they even exist) will have on the future, What would happen if every good player we have on our team starts demanding more money while still under contract?? If the issue is solely money, he agreed to a contract already.
  5. bowhunter

    Annual Redskins Related Fantasy Team Names

    If I'm Ryan I'm Dyin'
  6. Earlier during the TV broadcast, when a more obvious OPI went uncalled, Theismann jokingly commented that he didn't think OPI was still in the rulebook. Reckon they proved him wrong.
  7. bowhunter

    Annual Redskins Related Fantasy Team Names

    Haskin for a friend
  8. Or (2019) "OK men, it looks like the most talented QB we have isn't going to play because he doesn't have any experience, Suck it up." (2020 "Ok men, it looks like the most talented QB we have STILL isn't going to play because he doesn't have any experience, Suck it up." (2021) "Ok men, it looks like the most talented QB we have STILL isn't going to play because he doesn't have any experience, Suck it up." (2022) "Ok men, it looks like the most talented QB we have STILL isn't going to play because he doesn't have any experience, Suck it up." There's one about experience, everyone can get it, unless they can't
  9. I was pleasantly surprised by how well he tackled last night. Better in run support than I thought he would be, Definitely plays hungry
  10. I'm sure our training staff can fit him up with a good leather helmet and 1970 single facebar
  11. Educate me. Our FO often gets bashed for signing marginal players with an injury history and expecting them to be something else once here. Yet, here's another guy that fits that exact description. Due to his injury, it's improbable that he will be able to show us anything in camp worthy of his taking a roster spot from a player actually showing promise. Would our goal here be to take him off of the Packers IR and move him to ours? Can we do that? We're already keeping 3 QBs and probably at least 4 RBs on our roster. We don't have a lot of roster space for what limited talent we have. Tough decisions to be made. I would think that giving a roster spot to a player who can't practice (and apparently hasn't shown much when he has) would be classified as a classic BA type move. So the only option would be to sign a player from the waiver wire and place him onto our IR. If the league even allows for that, I'd expect Mara to cite us for violating the spirit of the IR.
  12. I want him not only on the 53, but on the field. Since the day we drafted him, I though he would be a solid contributor and target when we needed a sure completion.
  13. Unless Colt keeps throwing INTs in response to every turnover. Hopefully 3.4 yards and a cloud of dust can get it done.
  14. If he doesn't play, his contract would never expire until he officially retires. At least that's how I understand it
  15. Adding a 2019 1st rd pick such as T.Howard in the (possible?) trade with Houston, brings multiple benefits. Not only does it give a potential long term solution at tackle, a year to evaluate that potential before the 2020 draft, a huge reduction in salary cap costs and possibly use that to extend Scheriff, it also gives us a cheap 4 years to reduce our OL expenses and a 5th year option since he was a 1st rd pick.