hatchetwound

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  1. If he needed money so bad, maybe he could have sold a few of his dresses on Poshmark
  2. hatchetwound

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    Has he done that before????
  3. hatchetwound

    Redskins vs Eagles Prediction Thread: Where There's Smoke, There's Fire

    I was on wikipedia doing some research for this game. Did you know the Redskins-Eagles rivalry is close? It goes all the way back to 1934 and we only have a 7 game advantage being 86-79-6. I thought it was WAY bigger than that but sure enough, ever since 1989 when we had a 63-42-6 advantage in the series, they have been chipping away. Since then their advantages have been: 13-8 in the 90s, 13-7 in the 2000's, and 11-8 in the 2010's. Lets get the win on Sunday and widen our rivalry lead!!!
  4. hatchetwound

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    This board wasn't working before. It was close though.
  5. hatchetwound

    Redskins vs Eagles Prediction Thread: Where There's Smoke, There's Fire

    I was waiting until the MNF game to make my prediction. What I saw last night: 1) Utter Garbage 2) Complete decimation They needed OT to beat a 2 win team. Their 40 year old part time high school coach part time back up QB was getting ready to play WR. And we have looked a lot better after a rough start. Plus we are at home, so just one more advantage. I'm thinking: Eagles: 6 HTTR: 20
  6. hatchetwound

    Forfeiting a first round pick every 3 years

    He's only a rookie. Give him time
  7. hatchetwound

    Eli - career win %

    I was on Wikipedia doing some research, and apparently this is the first time in history that the eagles took the rivalry lead with the giants. Whats crazy is, this rivalry goes all the way back to 1933 (as seen by the coaches hat last night) What's really crazy is how they took the lead. I never realized this but they have absolutely dominated the giants lately. Look at this: Since 2010 they have gone 15-4 against the giants. (17-4 since 2009) Season Season series at Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants Overall series 2010 Eagles 2–0 Eagles 27–17 Eagles 38–31 Giants 82–74–2 2011 Tie 1–1 Giants 29–16 Eagles 17–10 Giants 83–75–2 2012 Tie 1–1 Eagles 19–17 Giants 42–7 Giants 84–76–2 2013 Tie 1–1 Giants 15–7 Eagles 36–21 Giants 85–77–2 2014 Eagles 2–0 Eagles 27–0 Eagles 34–26 Giants 85–79–2 2015 Eagles 2–0 Eagles 27–7 Eagles 35–30 Giants 85–81–2 2016 Tie 1–1 Eagles 24–19 Giants 28–23 Giants 86–82–2 2017 Eagles 2–0 Eagles 27–24 Eagles 34–29 Giants 86–84–2 2018 Eagles 2–0 Eagles 25–22 Eagles 34–13 Tie 86–86–2 2019 Eagles 1-0 Eagles 23-17(OT) December 29 Eagles 87–86–2
  8. hatchetwound

    Forfeiting a first round pick every 3 years

    I didn't say it was worth it. I was simply pointing out that drafting QBs have yielded more success for us than trading for them
  9. hatchetwound

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    Two words: Squatty Potty
  10. I feel like we are shifting to getting quality RB's in every round of the draft. Look at this: 1 4 Jacksonville Jaguars Leonard Fournette RB LSU SEC 1 8 Carolina Panthers Christian McCaffrey RB Stanford Pac-12 2 41 Minnesota Vikings Dalvin Cook RB Florida State ACC from Cincinnati [R2 - 6] 2 48 Cincinnati Bengals Joe Mixon RB Oklahoma Big 12 from Minnesota [R2 - 9] 3 67 New Orleans Saints Alvin Kamara † RB Tennessee SEC from Chicago via San Francisco [R3 - 1] 3 86 Kansas City Chiefs Kareem Hunt † RB Toledo MAC from Miami via Minnesota [R3 - 10] 3 89 Houston Texans D'Onta Foreman RB Texas Big 12 3* 105 Pittsburgh Steelers James Conner † RB Pittsburgh ACC 4 114 Washington Redskins Samaje Perine RB Oklahoma Big 12 from NY Jets [R4 - 5] 4 119 Chicago Bears Tarik Cohen † RB North Carolina A&T MEAC from Arizona [R4 - 9] 4 121 San Francisco 49ers Joe Williams RB Utah Pac-12 from Indianapolis [R4 - 10] 4 132 Philadelphia Eagles Donnel Pumphrey RB San Diego State MW from Kansas City via Minnesota [R4 - 16] 4 134 Green Bay Packers Jamaal Williams RB BYU Ind. (FBS) 4 140 New York Giants Wayne Gallman RB Clemson ACC Selection dropped 12 spots (see above) 4* 143 Indianapolis Colts Marlon Mack RB South Florida The American from San Francisco [R4 - 21] 5 156 Atlanta Falcons Brian Hill RB Wyoming MW from Buffalo [R5 - 5] 5 162 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jeremy McNichols RB Boise State MW 5* 179 Arizona Cardinals T. J. Logan RB North Carolina ACC 5* 182 Green Bay Packers Aaron Jones RB UTEP C-USA 6 188 New York Jets Elijah McGuire RB Louisiana-Lafayette Sun Belt from Chicago via Houston and Cleveland [R6 - 3] 6 203 Denver Broncos De'Angelo Henderson RB Coastal Carolina Ind. (FCS) from Tennessee [R6 - 12] 7 238 Green Bay Packers Devante Mays RB Utah State MW from Denver [R7 - 15] 7 241 Tennessee Titans Khalfani Muhammad RB California Pac-12 from NY Giants [R7 - 18] 7 242 Oakland Raiders Elijah Hood RB North Carolina ACC 7 249 Seattle Seahawks Chris Carson RB Oklahoma State Big 12 from Atlanta [R7 - 21] 7* 252 Cleveland Browns Matthew Dayes RB NC State ACC from Denver [R7 - 23] And don't forget San Fran got Bireda in the same draft as an UFA. Out of 27 RBs taken, 9 are clear cut starters on their team, 2 are borderline starters, and quite a few more play effective complimentary roles. So roughly HALF of the ones taken proved to be good, and that includes 7th roudners like Carson. We can't rely on All Day anymore. CT is always hurt. Same goes for Guice. I say we take 2-3 RBs in the later round. All of sudden, instant depth and maybe we find ourselves an Aaron Jones (late 5th rounder)
  11. hatchetwound

    Forfeiting a first round pick every 3 years

    RG3 won us the division in 2012. Kurt won us a division as well. McNabb did not. Rex did not. Smith COULD have before he broke his leg. While our draft success hasn't been great, its been a HECK of a lot better than going the FA route.
  12. hatchetwound

    Eli - career win %

    I'm not sure if I want him to improve his record or not tonight lol
  13. What do you think we will do to fix it. RB is clearly a need, maybe our greatest one. Should we use our high 1st on it. Or do we take a shot gun approach in the later rounds and draft several and hope to hit on Alfred Morris again?
  14. hatchetwound

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    What do you think he can do to save his job? I see a few options: 1) Promise Dan he will trade TW for First round picks 2) Make a deal with Cleveland to get OBJ 3) Fix the Alex Smith situation. If he can play, I say trade him to a team that needs a QB, like Jacksonville or Minnesota 4) Clean house at TE. Prioritize getting one. 5) Cut or trade the following players to fix the cap: Norman (12.5 million) Kerrigan (11.75 million) Reed (8 million) Moses (4.8 million) 6) With the created cap space\new draft capital, fill those holes. 7) Bath himself in crown royal 8 ) Hire the right coach. Maybe we can get Tomlin. His roster is a mess (so he might want out) and yet he gets the most out of him!
  15. I'm beginning to think this is the begging of the end for Guice