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  1. 50 minutes ago, Mr. Sinister said:

     

    Holy crap... I thought you were joking. I just googled him. Dude really went from NFL coordinator to shoe shine guy for a crappy SEC college football team. That says it all.

    So WHY did Gruden bet his job on this guy???? THEN didn't change him mid season when CLEARLY he was in over his head?? WTF?? You had Ryan sitting there and he didn't take the life line. THAT IS DEMONSTRATIVELY STUPID.

     

    How that crew was chosen to lead the skins is beyond me

  2. 16 minutes ago, Riggo'sRangers said:

    Jay really did him no favors last year IMHO.  He was not prepared the first time he was basically thrown out there.  The good thing is he did show improvement after Jay's departure, and not really sure if anyone knows exactly what we have in Haskins.  We will have a much better bead on that after this next season hopefully.  

    If EVERYONE knows what you are doing and you don't adjust..how the hell do you expect a QB to produce..... Jay is the reason the O didn't go...NOT DH

     

    He's also the reason Smith got hurt..freeking sending the blocking back out against that D front..GOD I am glad he's gone...

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  3. 1 hour ago, Warhead36 said:

    I do appreciate the fact that he's worked his ass off to get in better shape. Dude was straight up chubby last year. All that baby fat appears to be gone now, he actually looks like an athlete.

    Hopefully that translates into more speed and nimbleness. Frequent criticisms of him last year. 15 pounds is ALLOT. That alone should make a big difference .

  4. So Thaddeus runs a 4.67 and  NE's Gronk ran a 4.68 and people are saying he's too slow???? Seems a big body at the LOS that can block & catch in the 5-8 yard window fits our scheme (running/short yardage/High % throws) exactly. No drops and he only had 1 season of play time...that's big for me and it didn't cost a thing...

     

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  5. So......

    Trent's ego has been blown up

    He now realizes he has to play to get to that big contract next year

    The Team has sent a clear message to malcontents

    Haskins will have a pro bowler protecting his blind side

    and if the locker room can tolerate A Brown...they will tolerate TW if he does his job

    RR has established who is in charge

    The BEST Trade Market still lies ahead during the season back filling injuries (IF RR chooses to trade)

     

    Whats the problem you say?????? 🙄

     

    At the beginning of this thread THIS was the preferred outcome (minus giving Trent a modicum raise)

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  6. 2 minutes ago, Fat Stupid Loser said:

    You would not take less than a 2nd. Your opinion of Trent seems to be as inflated and Trent's.  :)

    If you think about it

    1) Trent is a Top Talent

    2) His last contract $$ is affordable

    3) If you get the 8 mil in fines the #2 becomes obscene

    4) He will be motivated by greed in 2021

    5) We NEED a GOOD/Great LT to evaluate Haskins

    6) Trent in OUR offense will make our run game click

     

    If I were to gamble..I'd gamble on Trent producing better for us in terms of results and $$ than ANY value NOW for all other options

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  7. A motivated TW playing in 2020 for a large 2021 contract is the best solution to all this. IF/When TW plays for the skins..there is NO WAY he would tank on the last year of his contract. Get real...Trent will play and play hard FOR THE SKINS if we don't trade him. And I would NOT trade him for less than a 2nd until the last day of the trade deadline.

     

    Thats the way I would play it. It teaches players the skins roll over days are gone and we get the best tackle in the league playing hard for us in 2020

     

    If RR starts winning..then who knows what will happen. Dumping TW just to get rid of him makes no sense

     

    Trent has learned a lesson here no doubt. His inflated opinion of himself just took a BIG HIT

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  8. 8 minutes ago, LD0506 said:

    On top of everything else, Chase was a cheerleader for Haskins @ OSU, I'm hopin he gets him back in the groove in a "getting the band back together" kinda way

    Or gets Haskins to put in the effort by showing him what a professional does. I am sure that will impact Haskins

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  9. 13 minutes ago, NYSkins21 said:

    "He just wants outta DC"? Even with the old regime gone and RR being a players coach, Trent still wants out. Is this a case of embarrassment and pride? Is it Snyder? The only remaining piece of the old regime.

     

    Why does he want out so bad?

    Because Rivera didn't kiss his ass and he knows he'll be held accountable (like all the other malcontents). That and the whole team will be laughing at him for how bad HE screwed up. EVERYONE WAS sympathetic at first and he managed to turn that 180 degrees to full on hate.

     

     

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  10. 25 minutes ago, crabbypatty said:

    That whole first round is nuts, lots of tackles go in the 1st..  7 1st round tackles is a lot.

    4. Wirfs

    9. Thomas

    10. Becton

    11. Wills

    18. Jackson

    29. Wilson

    31. Jones

     

    IF the draft falls like that, then obviously the jets, cleveland, dolphins and chargers are out on TW, but that still leaves the Vikings, Seahawks and probably at least one other team looking for a tackle and nobody else near Trent's level, even if he is 31.

     

    If the draft fell like this one, I'd expect the vikings to come calling late on day 1 or early day 2.

    Poetic Justice if nobody wants Trent. RR should stand put. He has all the cards

  11. 13 minutes ago, Die Hard said:

    I think in order to allow Haskins to develop, they’re going to lean heavily on a rushing attack this year. They’ve collected a good stable of backs.

     

    Old age formula - Strong defense / strong rushing attack (with play action pass).

     

    Just missing that TE that can block and catch.

    Where is Donny Warren when you need him

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  12. 1 hour ago, Jumbo said:

    while i'd just like to be a winning franchise however they do it, i would especially love to see a redskins defense that becomes a season-winning strength for a few years

    I've been a proponent of a throttling defense vs dynamic offense on this board. Referenced the Ravens as a blueprint many times. Dynamic Offense requires lots of timing and read defense capability. A GREAT Defense can game plan/disguise just like the Rams got burnt by Pats. The Great defense also gives you short fields for your O to play on. This defense *should do all that* and SHOULD HAVE been close to that last year but for Manusky's BS.

     

    I hope this D and the O based on running/outs with the backs we have will put us close to contender this year. If Haskins is even average..we should not be a push over in the NFCE

     

    So Gruden..you may have been a Fup..but I will always thank you for Chase Young. Him and Callahan loosing that Giants game (God, I can't believe the G-men did that)

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  13. 3 minutes ago, kingdaddy said:

    Jets talking about trading safety Jamal Adams to the Cowboys for 1st and 2nd round picks??? They would then have 6 picks out of the first 80 in the draft....would they deal one or two of them to the Skins for Trent? 

    Doesn't make sense. The Jets are jettisoning "older" talent for picks to build a young talented football team. Why would they throw picks at another aging talent. If they are going young and building thru the draft, noway they are interested in TW. TW is only valuable(2nd/3rd) to a contender in need of a LT. You can't think long term with TW because he'll be back ****ing about his contract in 2 years after the market out grows his ...and we have seen how he deals with that issue

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  14. I bet it's pretty deflating to TW that teams prefer a Drafted Rookie (even a high #) to his services....Especially with what the other FA's have gotten in 2019/2020. I hope RR keeps TW upto the trade deadline if he can't secure a #2...If no takers in the last week...look for a #3. It doesn't cost a thing if TW is on the DNR list...if he does show/play..so much the better for Haskins.

     

    Reskins don't owe TW any favors.

     

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  15. 1 minute ago, RWJ said:

    So let's think about this.  The entire league know how good TW is.  They are HOPING the Skins get frustrated and give in to TWs agents demands.  Ain't happening.  Once the draft gets here and a team in need of a Left OT isn't able to draft one TWs value goes up.  I don't expect a 1st or 2nd rounder for him but I think we do get at the very least a 3rd and possibly another draft pick as well. 

    Just like last year when contenders were rebuffed by Allen..TW's value was strongest when teams were still in contention for a playoff spot. This year there are MORE playoff spots to be had so the "contender" market will be LARGER in 2020. The FO would be foolish to take a 3rd NOW vs waiting into the season. Yea..the pick for 2020 is NOW and waiting is less valuable so a 2nd 2021 = 3rd 2020....and If you have a QB like Brady (or even Cousins) in jeopardy of being crushed..they will up the anti.

     

    ESPECIALLY Cousins who is expected to deliver or Zimmer is gone..I could see Zimmer go for broke to save his job.

     

    LOTS of positive things in 2020 that will push up the price for TW IMHO...

     

    Just wait...we have the tag next year also.

  16. 9 minutes ago, NYSkins21 said:

    The more this drags on, the more I believe Trent will be our starting LT this year. We're not going to give him away for below value. And that value includes protecting our young franchise QB. I dont think Trent is going anywhere.

    Nope..not until trade deadline when contenders will come calling. Just hang in there..no rush cause a bad deal is not a winner.

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  17. 30 minutes ago, Burgold said:

    I think if he's Riverboat Ron he drafts Young. If he's slow and steady Ron, he trades down.

    i think Ron will/should take Young if for no other reason than to keep the Giants from getting him. Yea, Detroit is right after us but that is no barrier if Detroit has another NEED it can fill and get other picks from the Giants. You DON'T want Young going after Haskins 2X every season

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  18. 22 minutes ago, kingdaddy said:

    I keep going back to how badly the Packers  defense whipped the Vikings in Minnesota on MNF late last season in a must win game for the Vikings. It was a clinic on pass rushing. Until Minnesota adds to their offensive line they won't move on in the NFC....gotta believe Kirt Cousins is pushing hard for them to get Trent. 

    Way back early last year I floated the Vikes as THE PRIME target for TW IF..IF..KC would restructure his contract. Well KC did get a more cap friendly contract extension so TW *should* be in play. HOWEVER, me being a staunch ANTI KC I say no way in hell just outa spite. I hope Dan feels the same way. Screw tweedle Dee and Tweedle DUMB. They feed off one another.

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  19. Trent will be more valuable "In Season" than now/pre/post draft. He can play his way into a trade GOOD for US. There is no hurry. Probably a 2021 pick is all being offered anyway in the 1 or 2 position. In fact, I HOPE the FO puts this off until the trade deadline..getting productivity from TW helping Haskens grow and maximizes his trade value with other teams injuries. That does have a risk if TW gets hurt but if he feigns injury..it will cost him millions in future contract- don't think he's THAT stupid...

     

    Let him play..including preseason games to show case him...

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  20. 2 hours ago, kingdaddy said:

    What does it say about a player who has permission to find a trade and can't find one? Get a new agent perhaps? 

    I think what Trent did in 2019 has labeled him a coach killer and malcontent with NO integrity. He'll fain injury, leak and hold out services for his perceived grievances. I posted last year when this all started that his "approach" would come back to bite him. Just look at A. Brown. Trent put HIMSELF into that category.

     

    Karma is a **** ain't it.

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