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1 minute ago, Burgundy Yoda said:

Sadly enough, he is now profiting off away fans. Dallas fans can essentially keep coming to our games and keep a ****ty owner like Snyder here for us. 

 

That's the big negative (or positive if you're the owner) of the home city being such a transient place...lots of opposing fans call DC home. All together, probably more than actual Redskins fans, in the DC area. 

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8 minutes ago, Leonard Washington said:

Sweat is looking extremely slow and weak. 

Yeah I noticed the guy being outrun by Dak Prescott. Not bad for a fast atheltic freak!

 

2 minutes ago, clskinsfan said:

For me it went kind of like this:

 

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2 minutes ago, veteranskinsfan said:

You mean the Danny will still make money no matter how stupid he is??

 

Have you not been paying attention for the last 10 years? Yes, no matter how incompetent you are, you’ll still make money as an NFL owner.

 

 

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1 minute ago, PartyPosse said:

I don't see how. He didn't look bad, no turnovers. If you're going to base his role off of a couple of poor throws then sure I can see it from your perspective. 

 

His first pass, if placed correctly, goes for a touchdown.  He missed Richardson wide open for a touchdown on the pass to Thompson that was three yards off target on a 4th and 3 which directly led to a Dallas touchdown.  He tried fitting the ball into not just tight windows, but closed windows, with multiple defenders within arm's reach.  His placement was all over the place causing receivers to unnecessarily jump, slow down, or do other things to get tackled fast or hung out to dry.

 

I really wanted him to be good, too.

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Just now, ConnSKINS26 said:

 

That's the big negative (or positive if you're the owner) of the home city being such a transient place...lots of opposing fans call DC home. All together, probably more than actual Redskins fans, in the DC area. 

It's probably magnified too when the team has been awful for so long. It's no secret Fedex field is a dump and people don't want to waste their Sundays to go watch a miserable team play football and drink overpriced beer. 

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11 minutes ago, FrFan said:

As long as fans show up at the stadium and purchase merchandise nothing will change imo

And the owners make a percent off advertising and other areas that escape me. So Danny will never have any impetus to sell this team and he will always profit. 

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I hitherto declare this team a puddle of ass, unworthy of even the basest of 1 ply TP. 

 

Worst part is we won't even win the tanking championship. Miami has that down to a science. 

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Taking up a collection to get Gruden a projector.. **** been tryin to see the film for 6 years!! 

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2 minutes ago, PartyPosse said:

I don't see how. He didn't look bad, no turnovers. If you're going to base his role off of a couple of poor throws then sure I can see it from your perspective.

 

I'm not gonna go on and on about it, because in the end it doesn't matter and the rest of the team is even worse...but it's not just a QB's job to have a high completion percentage on nothing plays and not make mistakes (though he was lucky to not have multiple turnovers when staring down Quinn imo). It's also the QB's job to find the open man and make plays, score points. Keenum is severely lacking in that category, it wasn't just a couple poor throws. He's limited, and we knew that going in, but he's not even making the most of the plays that are there for him that he's capable of making. 

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7 minutes ago, Dan T. said:

How does 57 year old Jason Witten get 4 steps ahead of Josh Norman?

 

The only way I can explain Witten at this point is the T-Rex theory from Jurasic Park.  I.E. The vision of NFL defenders is based on movement.  Witten is so slow, they simply can't see him... Until it is too late.

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39 minutes ago, veteranskinsfan said:

Post game presser- why is defense giving up so many points?  Gruden answer- "I do not know.  I have to go watch the film"

 

The next time he watches film on our defense will be the first time. 

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Just now, ExoDus84 said:

I hitherto declare this team a puddle of ass, unworthy of even the basest of 1 ply TP. 

 

Worst part is we won't even win the tanking championship. Miami has that down to a science. 

 

Meh, We don't need Tua or Trevor anyway.

 

The best left tackle in the draft in 2020, please.

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2 minutes ago, ConnSKINS26 said:

 

I'm not gonna go on and on about it, because in the end it doesn't matter and the rest of the team is even worse...but it's not just a QB's job to have a high completion percentage on nothing plays and not make mistakes (though he was lucky to not have multiple turnovers when staring down Quinn imo). It's also the QB's job to find the open man and make plays, score points. Keenum is severely lacking in that category, it wasn't just a couple poor throws. He's limited, and we knew that going in, but he's not even making the most of the plays that are there for him that he's capable of making. 

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7 minutes ago, Burgundy Yoda said:

It's probably magnified too when the team has been awful for so long. It's no secret Fedex field is a dump and people don't want to waste their Sundays to go watch a miserable team play football and drink overpriced beer. 

 

And it doesn't help that it's just a sport that is easily watched from home, even with all the commercials and penalties. I can sit at home with the Skins streaming on the big screen, Red Zone streaming on a smaller screen, and my chromebook with me on the couch so I can yuck it up with you dopes to keep from going insane. Get up and go to the bathroom whenever I want, eat and drink whatever I want. And other than the cost of internet, that's all pretty much free and already on-hand. 

 

This is a tough product to get people to pay exorbitant prices to go see live to begin with. That's before even accounting for how bad our team is, and how ****ty the stadium experience is. 

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this team is so bad. top to bottom. owner, president, coach, 1st round picks, free agents, back ups, qb, all just bad. anytime you sign 50 year old drc you pretty much suck at picking players. 

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56 minutes ago, carex said:

 

okay.  But he's the owner and he wants to be the owner.  He's not going to fire himself.  So if you can't just hope for the best then it's time to move on

 

Yeah, no it isn’t. It’s time, it’s been time to call out the loser owner and his terrible franchise. The franchise that was great up to the 50’s, then terrible until the the 70’s and great when I was growing up in the 80’s and early 90’s. Then came Dan and we’re right back to the horrible franchise that GPM created because he wouldn’t draft black players that SOB. This feels like that.

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4 hours ago, Skinsinparadise said:

am guessing this is going to be a topic all week if they lose, not that it wasn't predictable

 

 

 

 

What do you expect from a Bruce Allen and Gruden team.  The only thing we have learned is how to empty our stands of Redskins fans and not that it isn't deserved.  Started going to games back in 1961 to 2002, but until last year, I never thought this would happen to us.  My Dad sold 2 of his 4 seasons tickets back in the day for an RV and cash.  I can not believe how Snyder surrounds himself with losers and lets the winners move on to successful teams.  Our coaches and front office destroy good talent.  I would bet the world that had AP been active last week, we would have won that Eagle game.  Such stupid decisions with inept abilities.  It won't end until their gone!

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8 minutes ago, ConnSKINS26 said:

 

And it doesn't help that it's just a sport that is easily watched from home, even with all the commercials and penalties. I can sit at home with the Skins streaming on the big screen, Red Zone streaming on a smaller screen, and my chromebook with me on the couch so I can yuck it up with you dopes to keep from going insane. Get up and go to the bathroom whenever I want, eat and drink whatever I want. And other than the cost of internet, that's all pretty much free and already on-hand. 

 

This is a tough product to get people to pay exorbitant prices to go see live to begin with. That's before even accounting for how bad our team is, and how ****ty the stadium experience is. 

I was just thinking if it were not for some of the funniest comments in the world on this site about this **** ass product,  I would go insane with this stupid ass team.  They give half a **** effort.  How the hell do they come out each and every second half and a lay a turd?  How many damn penalties did we  have in this game?  We let the Pukes score FIVE straight times with over 590 yards or pretty close to it. 

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3 minutes ago, rabidskin said:

 I would bet the world that had AP been active last week, we would have won that Eagle game. 

 

Sorry to disagree, but uhhh... no.

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2 minutes ago, veteranskinsfan said:

Second Comcast redskin show- some qb guru says - lack of playmakers on the defensive side of the ball for the Redskins.  Not sufficient turnovers.

 

Turnovers would be nice, but there's really no part of the defense that's working right now. No pressure on the QB, coverage is weak at all levels, unaggressive. Tackling is still better than in years past but guys are running through holes still

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26 minutes ago, ConnSKINS26 said:

 

That's the big negative (or positive if you're the owner) of the home city being such a transient place...lots of opposing fans call DC home. All together, probably more than actual Redskins fans, in the DC area. 

Most of the Dallas fans there today live within 15 min of the stadium 

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27 minutes ago, Leonard Washington said:

Sweat is looking extremely slow and weak. 

This is scary because to me he was the most exciting player we drafted this year and nobody wants to address his play.  I think it's shocking how inept he looks.  I know he's young and needs time to develop but he's not a tenacious or instinctive player, that's not taught its innate.  Also, his ability to use his hands to get off blocks is nonexistent.

 

 

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