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  1. wit33

    Welcome to the Redskins Chase Young DE Ohio State

    Play him on both sides of the ball. Max out the value. First ever DE/TE starter. Join the likes of Deion and Brian Jordan. I’m feeling a red zone package in his future
  2. wit33

    Welcome to the Redskins Chase Young DE Ohio State

    Lock him in and get the big boys on the Oline all signed and one can reasonably speculate the Skins would have the potential to be dominate at the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. What am I missing? Hope it happens. Obviously, I continue to pound this point home, but I pay all the dudes on the Oline big money and that will be countered with a cheap DLine. No way with Haskins being average and both lines taken care of the Skins won’t compete and have a chance to surprise.
  3. I agree, 5mil per year isn’t going to do it— he is jus t1 year removed from a 13 sack season. The fact is, the other two expected pass rushers will be on rookie deals (Young and Sweat), so it’s not a crazy leap to commit more real dollars to Kerrigan over next 2 seasons with a team friendly out after year two available.
  4. I like idea of keeping Kerrigan and exposing him less to the every play grind to maximize his skill set next year, but he would have to take a big pay cut for the value to be there for the Skins. I’ve heard names like Chris Long with the Pats or Clay Mathews with Rams, but these guys were being paid like part time players (Clay 5.5mil last year and Long with Pats and Eagles made 2mil per year). What would the per year maximum be for some of you to keep him on board the next season or two? Im at $5-7mil
  5. I agree with it all. The truth is he could “work hard” all off season and suck lol I believe that happens most of the time to QBs. Just damn hard to be good at QB.
  6. wit33

    Jordan Reed Is In Concussion Protocol

    The wild thing is, this is becoming true for most players, the risk of missing time due to concussion like symptoms. Will be fascinating to see the evolution of concussion protocol, especially with each passing year the stigma of being weak or soft NOT being attributed to it. Reed is certainly on the extreme of extreme ends of the spectrum.
  7. If Haskins is average next year the team will be in most games and have a chance at the division title most likely. Of course bringing back arguably the leagues best LT Is a good move. Totally opinion, but the fan has gone to the extreme with wanting to get rid of guys later in their careers to save cap money or for draft picks. Lock in your known variables and ride with them. Certain guys (special talents) should be identified as guys who can continue to provide value in their 30s. For example, the Patriots who lauded for getting rid of guys signed Edelman to an extension in his 30s post ACL surgery.
  8. I agree on the tweet, but it’s fascinating how information like that infiltrates our minds. I think the whole idea of fans deciding which QB works hard is a complete farce. My hope is Haskins works diligently to establish an independent system with influence from others that provides him supreme confidence before each kickoff.
  9. Balance is key. Why Brady is the GOAT and Manning isn’t
  10. wit33

    Welcome to the Redskins Chase Young DE Ohio State

    He’s a strip sack artist (absolutely love this about him and is not discussed enough as an important trait for pass rushers) and often gets sacks with his length. Might play a factor in what you’re saying.
  11. wit33

    Jordan Reed Is In Concussion Protocol

    Fascinating, it’s a 100% lock Patriots pick up Reed if chooses to continue playing. I think he decides to play.
  12. wit33

    Does anyone proofread any more?

    The anxiety in this thread can be felt.
  13. On the surface, I don’t like the idea of paying an average athlete with above average production elite money.
  14. Anyone have a breakdown of Hooper? I’ve watched a few highlight videos, but not enough to reach any conclusions.
  15. Success to the Successful is a real thing. The first 3 paragraphs gets the theory across: https://thesystemsthinker.com/success-to-the-successful-self-fulfilling-prophecies/