Morneblade

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About Morneblade

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  • Birthday 12/01/1968

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  • Birthdate
    12/01/1968
  • Redskins Fan Since
    1972
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    Art Monk
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    Salisbury, MD
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    Music, Marine Biology, playing guitar
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    Music Sales, studying (working on my Masters)

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  1. I'm not sure I would go that far......
  2. Yeah, it was a OL that was still blocking a little for Adrian Peterson. After the OL injuries caught up, and Peterson couldn't get out of the backfield and carry the offense, the season was over. Smith's biggest contribution was checking down a lot.
  3. The closest for me was "apathetic". But it might be a little further removed for me.
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    2018: Start of the Philadelphia Eagles Football Dynasty

    Not yet. I'm thinking, at this point, the only way he will is if you guys win the SB. Then, and only then, will he show up, with the anticipated amount of BS. You didn't run and hide like he does, almost every year. Nor talk smack like he does. /respect
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    Poll : Source of Massive Injuries the last 2 years

    It's complex, but it's on the coaching staff and FO. When you draft guys with injuries histories because they fall, you rely on a bunch of guys that get hurt a lot, and run a very soft TC and practices, you are basically setting yourself up for a bunch of injuries.
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    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    This last win likely cements that Bruce is coming back. Ugh.
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    Alex Smith Actual Status

    Fixed it for you. It's really funny how you're they guy actually bringing that up now, isn't it? Can't stop pushing your agenda for one moment, eh? Honestly, I hope that this thread ends up being about one thing, and one thing only. His recovery. As for his play? Well, he's done for this year, and there are big questions about him being able to come back from this. And there were enough threads elsewhere to talk about his level of play, and IF we're ever in a position to even talk about it, it will be months and months away, and likely not even this next season. So there is absolutely no reason to talk about it now, and I don't think this threat is a really appropriate place. I think the important thing is that Alex recovers from this. It had to be a nightmare. I just hope that he is able to come back and be healthy long term. Not for the Redskins, but for his family. I disagree. If you're an athlete and have that taken away from him, that's horrible. Even if you're an average person, and you end up loosing a leg, it's devastating. You have to learn how to do a bunch of stuff, and there is a bunch of stuff you'll never do again. Oh, he might have money.....but as a dad to 2 young boys, I'm sure he rather have his leg and be able to teach them to throw a football, than have a big house. Priorities, man.
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    Starting QB 2019???

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    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    I pretty much agree with everything else, but I'd also like to have some other coaches look at SDH. Which is kinda a backhanded way of saying I don't really care what the current staff thinks, because they better not be here next year.
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    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    No kidding. When was the last time a OU Qb was anything but crap in the NFL? I would not waste a pick on one. But to move further on that point, we might need to start thinking about a college system because most of thye guys coming out can't seem to run a pro system that well. I know most (if not all) of us hope we wipe the slate clean with new FO, and new coach. I would not be opposed to look at a college coach for HC/OC and run the spread. Of course, I'm will to try just about anything at this point. Well, except for the status quo that we have had here for the past several years.
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    Starting QB 2019???

    I am not opposed to this. We'll still have to drop a lot of guys to get under the cap, but that's ok, most need to go anyways. Tank next season, and start fresh. Oh, and of course the entire FO and hopefully most of the coaching staff is let go. Also, why we are out in the Dreamscape, the minority owners pool together in a hostile take over and buy Dan out.
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    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    SDH takes over for Foster Agreed Corner seems to be a mess. Norman is way too costly for his level of play. Dunbar was good, until the nerve injury. Everything else is a questionmark We do need another WR. Richardson is injury prone, and not that good. Doctson is not that good, but is starting to look like he will at least be serviceable. I suppose you cant wait and see if one of the young guys on IR comes around, but I don't think you can wait that long. I would look into FA though, we can't seem to draft a WR for ****. Yeah, need a TE. Reed can't stay on the field and Davis is what, 96 years old? I really wish we had tried to see what we have in Sprinkle, but he has been completely ignored. I would be better to have guys that were not injury prone, and to have a better strength and conditioning program.
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    Starting QB 2019???

    Exactly. He isn't "diet" Alex Smith, he is exactly Alex Smith. Only real question is if Bridgewater will actually go through more than 2 progressions with any regularity. I'm at the point though, where we should just go ahead and blow it all up, and draft a QB in the next 2 years.
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    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    He's a couple years younger than Smith. And yet...................................... But to be blunt, he was out of the league for a reason. He's not good. What happened last week was he got lucky, and he can (at least at one point) really run. Ran a 4.44 at the combine. He's really athletic. Probably what held him back was the ability to go through reads quickly and be a accurate passer. Those are the 2 things that matter the most in the NFL.