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  1. 7 hours ago, Skinsinparadise said:

    Just listened to Shawn Springs, wow, he was revealing this time. 


    He said he talked to Haskins about working and studying harder and that he can't do it for him and his career might be on the line if he doesn't. 


    Nah, Springs is part of the vast conspiracy that's sole purpose is to hold Dwayne from reaching his true potential.  Jay Gruden, Bill Callahan, Kevin O'Connell, Ron Rivera, Scott Turner, various beat guys, and multiple unnamed sources are all also in on this conspiracy.  

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  2. He lost weight in the offseason.  The second he was anointed the starter, he didn't put the work in.  I mean there was that Athletic article which said that they had a way to monitor each player and how much time they spent studying film and that Haskins study time was "abnormally low".  I'd rather see what we have in Steven Montez before going back to Dwayne.  

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  3. 3 minutes ago, BatteredFanSyndrome said:

    He just never appeared to be a lock for pro success like the other two.


    He really wasn't.  Everyone said he was going to be a project coming out in the draft and a few people pointed out that his stats were inflated based off of the talent he had at wide receiver.  

    2 minutes ago, Leonard Washington said:

    What is the message to Dwayne?


    That you are not going to get the starting job back because the starter was injured and the other backup is terrible.  

  4. 10 hours ago, Rdskns2000 said:

    Alex will retire after the season.


    I think he should get comeback player of the year.  Being able to come back from that injury alone and still play; warrants getting that award.

    He can move into the front office or coaching if he chooses.


    I think I'd rather see the guy who missed almost all of last year who currently has his team undefeated rather than the guy who is currently averaging 8 touchdowns and 24 interceptions over the course of a season with a dismal 16.3 QBR.

  5. 22 hours ago, Thinking Skins said:

    He is really just they type of QB I like to see on this team, a young guy who has shown potential elsewhere that we didn't have to invest a lot in and can build around and groom into a starter. Its not a question of what his ceiling is. To me, its more about how good can we be with him. I would love to see us build a good running game and make it rely less on his playmaking abilities. 


    Sheehan & Cooley brought up some good points about Allen.  Both agreed that he was never going to be elite, but they did say it was possible that he could be the guy you sign relatively cheap, who can effectively operate the offense, while you use draft capital and free agency money elsewhere to build the team around him that way.  

  6. 19 minutes ago, Llevron said:


    You are aware why people like to compare Jones v Haskins correct?


    Yes because one quarterback "wink wink come get me Gettleman" was upset that the Giants didn't draft him, and then when a divisional rival did, both fanbases salivated at the opportunity to be the one who "won" the draft lottery.  And I am saying that ironically, both teams probably lost because of A. Haskins more likely than not being off of the team by next season and B. Jones having very similar numbers to Kyle Allen.

  7. 2 minutes ago, Skinsinparadise said:

    So bringing this to Haskins.  Yeah Rivera wasn't the best politician as to explaining his decision.  But I got no doubt it wasn't just some willy nilly benching based on no good reason.  Rivera is fixated on players intangibles and culture.  So players that don't fit that culture I gather don't do well with him.   Haskins reputation for integrity is borderline infalliable.  


    It's interesting to see how Dallas is imploding with player leaks anonymously calling out their coaches, yet there was none of that here when Rivera benched Haskins.  That's pretty telling.  

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  8. If over the course of his first 16 games started, Dwayne Haskins (or any other rookie) put these numbers up:

    23 TDs | 16 INTS | 5 Rushing Touchdowns | 8 Fumbles | 62.8 Completion Percentage | 3,803 Yards | | 87.6 Passer Rating


    There would be no question that we would not be drafting a quarterback next year and he would be the unquestioned starter.  These are Kyle Allen's stats over his first 16 starts.  

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