Poindexter

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  1. He must be on the same stuff Antonio Brown is on....that cat right there is not quite right.
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    PRESEASON GAMEDAY THREAD- REDSKINS @BROWNS

    I think Theisman said it best.....lesson learned. Really excited to see how he responds.
  3. I agree.....no chance I trade him for a 2nd unless you are really backed in a corner and don't have any other options. Trent could theoretically play until he's 36 if he can stay healthy. That's good compensation for both parties involved. It's completely highway robbery if a team gets him for a 2nd round pick.
  4. He played guard for a half against the Giants and made it perfectly clear he's a tackle......when Ty was playing well when Trent was out, he was awfully pissed when rumors about him moving to guard popped up. No chance he plays guard....we would be lucky to get Trent back in a skins uniform.
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    Press Release: #REDSKINS MAKE ROSTER MOVES

    Penn has played RT and obviously LT.....Trent played a half at guard and has made it perfectly clear he prefers to play tackle. Maybe we can talk Penn into playing guard. But honestly Hugh Thornton might be able to shake off the rust and come in and contribute. I like how the Skins are being so proactive in finding lineman. I think it's going to pay off.
  6. Looks like this thing is going south real quick. I really though Trent was going to be a Skin for life. Trent could had been that guy that retired a skin and opened up a chain of restaurants in DC but if he exits like this then it will leave a sour taste in my mouth. If Trent wants out then I would send him on his way for a 2nd round pick, nothing less than that.
  7. I could care less about what Brown stated. This team is turning into a team of warriors, team players, and high effort guys. Most importantly we have a ton of high character players. I liked Brown, but obviously he wasn't a fit for this team....especially a limited LB with a 8+ million price tag.
  8. I would certainly worry about his knee for sure. But like you said, if he's clean then I would extend him for sure. He's the best tackle in the game. Hopefully Trent can play another 4 years at a very high level and we draft a replacement for Moses. Morgan Moses has the contract I would be looking to get out of. Trent should retire a Redskin and hopefully he can kick inside as a guard during his last few years....hopefully around 35 or 36. https://redskinswire.usatoday.com/2018/05/05/redskins-trent-williams-has-allowed-the-fewest-pressures-of-any-offensive-tackle/
  9. I would trade Reed to the Pats for a 2nd round pick. Take the freed up money and extend Trent.
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    Welcome to the Redskins Jimmy Moreland CB James Madison

    This kid will contribute this year and when he gets a full offseason and gets into the weightroom for a year then we will be singing a different song. He's basically a shorter version of Fred Smoot. Big mouth, confident, great ball skills and can back it up. He has too many amazing traits not to make it. Fast, quick as a cat, high football IQ, tracks the ball very well, outstanding ball skills, aggressive, confident, and sports a 39 inch vertical. He will contribute a ton this year. Hard thing is who do you cut? Adonis Alexander Quinton Dunbar Josh Norman Greg Stroman Jimmy Moreland DRC Fabian Moreau Danny Johnson I think Stroman, Alexander, and Dunbar are locks. Stroman offers a ton as a cover man and as our primary return man. I think Adonis is going to be a stud, he has a ton of versatility as a defender and Dunbar if healthy will continue to just get better. Norman and Moreau are guys I could see being targeted as trade bait. I'm not a fan of Moreau, I think he's still learning the position and I doubt he will develop. As for Norman, he's too expensive and he could be cut pretty soon anyways, especially if DRC turns out to have some gas left in the tank. I think Moreland will stick and I think Danny Johnson will be safe on the practice squad. DRC is the wildcard in this whole thing.
  11. I agree....he's good but not 15M good. However, the market increases every year and I would much rather pay him than go on another 10 year quest trying to find a decent guard.
  12. Funny thing about your idea is that Nick Saban thought Anderson could play ILB. “Ryan Anderson played great for us,” Saban said while watching the South team’s Tuesday practice. “I mean the guy had 9-10 sacks and double-digit tackles for loss and was a really good leader on our team. A very, very consistent performer. He can probably play inside backer or outside backer and he’s got some pass-rush ability. I think his versatility as a player creates a lot of value for him.” https://247sports.com/college/alabama/Article/Alabama-Crimson-Tide-Football-LB-Ryan-Anderson-using-advice-from-cousin-Nick-Saban-at-Senior-Bowl-50861989/
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    Say it ain't so Montae...

    Nicholson will be a stud this year......Year 1 he was Sean Taylor-physical and suffered quite a few injuries because of it.....Year 2 he became an ankle tackler and struggled in coverage as well. I think he puts it all together this year and I think this secondary is going to be dominant.
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    Adrian Peterson or Tony Dorsett?

    Totally agree on your opinion on Peterson....he's just unreal. His combination of agility, speed, power, elusiveness, and toughness are just unmatched. I think Peterson is the most athletically talented back to ever play the game in regards to running the ball. But the crazy thing is, if you watch Dorsett, he's awfully similar to Peterson; he's just as quick, probably faster, not as violent of a runner but he's got a ton of traits.
  15. That's hilarious....we finally get a young QB with talent and you think the next 4 years will be stagnate? If we didn't get Haskins the next 4 years would certainly be stagnate. If this kid turns out to be one of the premier QB's in the league we will skyrocket. Lets just wait and see how stagnate it is when he starts producing like Phillip Rivers. I'm very optimistic not just with Haskins but with our other signings as well.