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  1. NickyJ

    Peterson Has High Ankle Sprain

    In terms of replacing expensive players on IR with cheap players on IR, pretty good I guess.
  2. NickyJ

    Peterson Has High Ankle Sprain

    To be fair, I figure they hoped Love would make Thompson replaceable because both fill the injured RB role pretty well. Peterson was brought in to replace Guice halfway through the preseason after Guice went down.
  3. Wasn't Sean McVay getting around that with Jared Goff by relaying the whole play by radio before the snap? Or the wristbands that even Aaron Rodgers wears? I haven't followed QB situations close enough to know how it applies to other QBs, but I can't say I've heard of a starting-caliber player being on the bench because he doesn't know how to relay a play.
  4. NickyJ

    Peterson Has High Ankle Sprain

    Time to get Jay back in the building. He'll negotiate Perine's new contract.
  5. NickyJ

    What the hell is Wrong with Scherff?

    Even Kirk was still saying that in his last couple of years here iirc. They'll follow the money, just a matter of whether this is the team willing to pay it.
  6. NickyJ

    What the hell is Wrong with Scherff?

    The exact same was said of Jamison and Preston. Unless it's going into a multi-million dollar difference in what you'd pay, I'd say bite the bullet and take it. Guards don't grow on trees, we should have already learned that after enduring our LG situation, and RG before Scherff got there.
  7. NickyJ

    Next Day Thread: Redskins vs. 49ers

    Watching that video makes me even sadder. Ford even pumps the brakes for a moment before turning on the blasters. That was the most pathetic play I've ever seen.
  8. NickyJ

    2019 Game Day Thread

    I think the Sam Darnold hype has worn off a bit again.
  9. I don't think it's unfair for people to already start theorizing whether he's a bust or not, especially since the coaches refuse to put him in over our starter who is playing awful football while injureda. The overwhelming majority of fans here all agree that Haskins should just start already. The more we see of him on the field, the more accurate our judgements can hopefully be.
  10. NickyJ

    Next Day Thread: Redskins vs. 49ers

    Keenum's definition of "sneak" last time was to try to jump over the line. Knowing his foot is being held together with duct tape, the team probably figured his jumping skill wouldn't be helpful in the rain lol
  11. NickyJ

    What the hell is Wrong with Scherff?

    This board has been full of mourning over letting go of Preston Smith and Jamison Crowder too early. It's disconcerting how everyone is so eager to repeat the same mistake with Brandon Scherff before even finishing the season. The one player who was consistently good for 4 years until now.
  12. I want to blame the organization for him not starting, but he's now had 2 coaches in his rookie season who have locked him in the freezer without a second thought. If someone told me at preseason that our 3 man QB competition would come to this, I would not have believed him.
  13. I know the word "bust" is poison in this thread but...... The team is 1-5. Case Keenum and Colt McCoy are our injured QBs, and they still get starts. Gardner ****ing Minshew is starting for the Jags, the Steelers have some dude who went undrafted starting. Both are winning, and Haskins can't fight his way through a paper bag to get the starting job. I know it's all about Haskins is supposed to have a huge ceiling and is a project, but damn. If he can't get to ground level, I have a hard time expecting the ceiling.
  14. This thread is useful. If I forget to pick up salt at the store, I don't need to make a run down minute market. I can just go to the pages with posts from October. Case in point: This has me covered for the next 2 months.
  15. If Keenum is injured, Haskins or McCoy HAS to start. It's criminal to put an injured QB out there, especially when he isn't the key to winning your games. Today, I've got nothing on Callahan because the whole field was a cesspool to begin with. Keeping Keenum out there while he's injured, though, that does not reflect well.