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  1. Berggy9598

    ES Soccer Thread

    There's absolutely no needs to speculate. He's completely unqualified, and not because he lacks the acumen imo but because the players are completely indifferent to him. Sadly (for me) however the club at this point is a business and no longer a football club. Whether or not he's fired after Liverpool doesn't matter he's not lasting out the calendar year. Now just to play manager speculation for the fun of it I'm sure they'll find some generic rehashed character to head up the show room floor. I'd see if I can tempt Julian Nagelsmann at the end of the season and give it to Carrick in the interim.
  2. Berggy9598

    ES Soccer Thread

    That general tone of hopeless resignation pretty much speaks for everyone supporting the club.
  3. Berggy9598

    ES Soccer Thread

    Oh the zany conspiracy theories that’ll be coming out of the blue side of Manchester today. First of all, the F.A is clearly against them because of their ownership’s unfounded reputation, and Sky has phoned in a favor before the season because Liverpool ending its title drought is good for the ratings. Plucky old bunch of supporters they are.
  4. Who didn't see this coming?! Haskins had one full season as a starter in a simple offense designed strictly around having vastly superior athletes across the board. Look at the receivers and backs he played with, and look at his offense line. On the rare occasion his second read wasn't open, he could have had a cup of coffee waiting for someone to get open. Highlights usually don't tell us a whole lot, but if you watch his you'll see on about 2/3 of the time his windows were bigger than a Malibu mansion's He was never going to adjust to that steep a learning curve this early in his development despite his undeniable high end talent. I'm MUCH more concerned with the possibility of the call to play him being taken out of the head coach's hands. If that's really the case, the Redskins' future went from bleak to hopeless.
  5. Berggy9598

    Next Coach?

    In no particular order: Duce Staley David Shaw Lincoln Riley (unrealistic) Kris Richard Dave Toub Mike Pettine Eric Bienemy
  6. Berggy9598

    ES Soccer Thread

    To borrow a phrase from the head coach I worked under, Brendan Rogers pooped down his leg today but we’ll take it.
  7. Berggy9598

    Guice Injury and Med staff

    Well it’s what year 3 of the “injury bug”? At what point does it cease to be a coincidence?
  8. Berggy9598

    Skins at Filthadumpia Game Day Thread

    Offense can’t hand them out to dry for an entire half. How did the defense do when the offense was sustaining drives?
  9. Berggy9598

    Skins at Filthadumpia Game Day Thread

    6 straight three and outs squashes any argument you could have against the defense. Until the last drive we had the ball 5 minutes in the second half. I’m not giving you my opinion but blaming the defense in this case isn’t how football works at any level.
  10. Berggy9598

    Skins at Filthadumpia Game Day Thread

    You can’t be serious the offense opened the second half with 6 straight three and outs. The Eagles have one of the best offenses in the league.
  11. Berggy9598

    Skins at Filthadumpia Game Day Thread

    The whole team has lost its nerve. This is who Jay Gruden is and what a team coached by him will always do.
  12. Berggy9598

    Skins at Filthadumpia Game Day Thread

    That’s Jay Gruden’s Redskins. Year after year, nervous, mentally fragile, continuously find ways to poop down their leg in big and key situations within games. This is who the head coach is and this is who he always will be.
  13. Berggy9598

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Clemson's guard John Simpson (74) has a chance to be an upper tier guard in the NFL imo. To be that flexible at 330 lbs is insane, and with that nasty initial punch his ability to steer and maintain blocks in the run game is a joy to watch. There were instances last season where he took his assignment out of the play right off the snap. I didn't get a chance to watch their game tonight but the box score shows it's been more of the same from him. I'd take him in round 2 if he fell that far.
  14. Berggy9598

    PRESEASON GAME DAY THREAD: Redskins vs. Ravens

    Scouts I assume, and then there’s the matter of making depth at the position a priority: Ty Nsekhe and and John Sullivan are starters in this league but were seen as unnecessary overhead costs.
  15. Berggy9598

    PRESEASON GAME DAY THREAD: Redskins vs. Ravens

    Not that it’s Callahan’s fault, but a couple of our second string oline look completely out of place in an NFL game. I guess having a deep oline isn’t really a Redskins thing.