Stadium-Armory

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    08/27/1971
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    1978
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    Dexter Manley
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    Boulder, CO (via Arlington, VA)
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  1. Apparently Chris Thompson has turf toe, therefore, we worked out free agent running back Josh Furgeson: https://www.sportingnews.com/us/nfl/news/redskins-working-out-running-back-josh-ferguson-ahead-of-matchup-vs-49ers/
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    Welcome to the Redskins Bryce Love RB Stanford

    We worked out a free agent RB today, which leads me to believe Love isn't close.
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    Are we just gonna ignore how terrible tre Quinn is

    Is he Wes Welker? No. But from a cost / benefit (value) perspective, he's good enough to my eye.
  4. I'm in the "it was the Dolphins" camp, but still enjoyed seeing us break it off in bigger chunks. Show some of the same signs, for more than a half, against the 9ers, and I'll start to believe it.
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    Do the Redskins have a future guard in Flowers?

    I saw him wiff on a block so bad that he threw him self to the ground without anyone touching him. I laughed and thought about taking a video of it to post here, but decided that it wouldn't be fair, given his overall play. So far so good.
  6. I like to see how we got the ground game going but I'm skeptical considering the opposition.
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    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    Bruce said in the presser that the head coach decides who plays. Of course, he could be flat out lying. That wouldn't shock me either but if that were the case, I suspect we would hear about it. It would leak. Who knows..
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    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    I think the opposite. The coaches want to win games now and are putting the best team on the field in the short term. Whereas the front office would want to know asap what we have in Haskins, leading up to the next draft. Then again, our front office thinks we're close, so I wouldn't put it past them to have whipped out the calculator today to do the math on making it to 11-5.
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    Welcome to the Redskins Terry Mclaurin WR Ohio State

    It looks like he's just jogging around out there uncovered, I can't figure it out. Maybe he's just so much faster that the optics are deceiving. Whatever it is, dude is miles open, often. Add: For example, when you watch Tyreek Hill, you can see his speed and suddenness with your eyes and it's obvious why he's open. Scary does't look like that, and yet.. open. Guy has some special sauce.
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    Welcome to the Redskins Terry Mclaurin WR Ohio State

    Can't tell what it is by watching on TV but he is open very often. Assume it's a combo of speed, and good route running. Can't remember a guy we've had in recent memory who is that open that often. Love it!
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    Next Coach?

    I want some new ****. Don't throw stones at me, but at the time Zorn was hired I thought that it was a great idea to try something different. Yes, it was a failure, but I'm not convinced that the idea wasn't a good one. <ducks and runs>
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    Next Coach?

    Pundits and fans don't realize how badly coaches want to prove them selves at the highest level.
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    Next Coach?

    I was reading this article about how the saints were picking up "tells" from Dallas OC Kellen Moore and in the article, the author linked to a video of the "three plays that shocked the world in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl" (just for fun since Kellen Moore went to Boise State). The video is narrated by then offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin. I was impressed just listening to him and went to see what he's doing now and he is their current head coach. I don't know anything about anything but I liked listening to this guy explained these plays. Sounds supers smart. Keep in mind, this video is a decade old (I think), so he's older and more seasoned by now. Add: He's 42 years old and is 56-15 as the head coach of Boise State. Also interesting (to me) is that he was their OC, and was then promoted. I like that, it tells me something. We need that here. Develop coaching and front office talent from within. Next man up, even off the field. Here's video of current day Bryan Harsin (embedded in the following article). Talks about focusing on how to come off a bye and play well as well as how to finish teams when you have a lead. Words I have not heard uttered here in a decade. https://www.idahostatesman.com/latest-news/article235851132.html
  14. From Dan's perspective, keeping Bruce is a sign of stability. A sign that he's not an interventionist or prone to knee-jerk decisions. A stable organization, with great culture.
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    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    Perhaps lends credence to the idea that Jay didn't want him. And since everyone in the building is stubborn and has an agenda, Haskins was left to sit in the corner and collect dust. A pawn in the back and forth point scoring game between executives and coaches.