2007 Redskins

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  1. Don Wassall

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    It's another dreary Redskins team, demographically and probably on the field of play, too.


    15-year vet Mark Brunell is now the full-time backup as Joe Gibbs gives Jason Campbell his chance to be the starter at QB. Various reports have had Campbell being slow to pick up the Washington offense while others remark about his poise and obligatory (for black QBs) "rocket" arm. Black quarterbacks are not placed under the microscope nearly as much as white ones are, so Campbell remains pretty much an unknown quantity heading into the 2007 season.


    13 year vet Todd Collins joins Brunell as the other backup quarterback.


    Gibbs' other white players are clustered at tight end and the o-line. All three tight ends are white, led by starter Chris Cooley, one of the best in the league. He's backed up by Todd Yoder, who was an excellent wide receiver at Vanderbilt before being forced to beef up for the more racially correct role of TE; and rookie Cody Boyd from Washington State.


    Three whites start on the line -- RT Jon Jansen who's one of the best, C Casey Rabach, and 12 year man Pete Kendall at LG. Jason Fabini, Mike Pucillo, and Todd Wade are backups.


    The starting defense is all black. The only two white players are second year free safety Reed Doughty out of Northern Colorado, and tackle Ryan Boschetti. All in all another pitiful Caste-worshipping product from washed up Joe Gibbs.


    NUMBER OF WHITE STARTERS: 4


    APPROXIMATE NUMBER OF WHITE PLAYERS ON 53 MAN ROSTER: 16


    GRADE: F
     
  2. forty-four

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    Hopefully this is the last year for Gibbs. Maybe, just maybe, Snyder will get Mike Martz. Probably not with Saunders & Williams around. Anyone know how Williams was as a head coach with regard to the caste system? If the Skin's defense says anything, he probably wasn't good. Edited by: forty-four
     
  3. Bart

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    Jason Campbell must have that extra something media talking heads love. I just heard Ron Jaworski sputtering about how well he played last night and that he made only two errors, and has lots of potential.He said he was impressed.


    His opinion when speaking of of Drew Brees wasn't as glowing. I bet you're all shocked. He said Brees is not the kind of player who can bring a team from behind, and needs a good ground game to be effective. My, my, my. There aren't too many quarterbacks who can thrive on a one demensional offense are there?I guess Drew has just been lucky the last few years. Ron Jaworski is obviously bright and capable, but he owes his career and future to parroting the party line.
     
  4. Don Wassall

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    The national media has gone back to ignoring Jason Campbell after giving him big time praise earlier in the season, and for good reason -- he threw for just 142 yards against the pathetic Jets defense yesterday, continuing a string of poor performances. For the season he has just 6 TD throws and 7 interceptions. He's averaging under 200 yards passing a game even though he's supposed to be a big-armed pocket quarterback rather than another running black QB.


    His "big" arm has missed Santana Moss at least twice this season when he was wide open behind the defense for easy long touchdowns. "Big," even when true,is a lot different than "accurate."


    The Redskins are yet another NFL team with a crappy, sumo-dominated o-line, but Campbell looks like he may end up being no more than an average quarterback in a best case scenario. The drunk white fans will probably get down on him before the media clowns do.
     
  5. Liverlips

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    I live in DC and listen to local talk radio. They still think Campbell is the future but realize he is not going to be another Manning or Brady.

    He is certainly cut more slack than was Brunell or Patrick Ramsey. The Junkies -- a pro-caste show that is very popular in DC -- did make fun of the fact that some fans are (or at least were) thinking he was going to be a great QB.

    Campbell is not another McNabb in that he is very modest. The fans like that about him too. He is also a hockey fan and is seen at Caps games. I'm sure he sticks out in that crowd.
     
  6. backrow

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    from kffl.com:
    Redskins | Team signs Farris Thursday
    Thu, 15 Nov 2007 11:11:45 -0800

    The Associated Press reports Washington Redskins signed free-agent WR Jimmy Farris (Jaguars) Thursday, Nov. 15. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.


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    this guy has been dicked around since 2003, when he played for Falcons and had 6 catches for 100 yards and 2 TDs. after that he only played in 4 games for Redskins in 2005 and had 1 reception. no reason to think he'll stick in Gibbsville this time, but at least he will make couple of bucks for a while.
     
  7. Thrashen

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    Nice find, Backrow!

    I was wondering if Jimmy would ever emerge from the free agent doldrums yet again. I like the fact that he won't give up on himself...that kind of resiliance is hard to come by when you get cut nearly a dozen times by a couple different teams (in favor of the REDSKINS AND FALCONS WR COPRS!). I saw Jimmy play with Vick at QB...every time he was given a chance, HE SHINED.

    You're right about him not sticking with the team this year or the next. Instead, Joe Gibbs would rather keep around stars like Brandon Llody, Reche Caldwell and Keenan McCardell! It makes me happy to see an old coot like Gibbs failing miserably with his black team.

    It's funny, when the Skins were a white majority team in the late 80's they were always considered a top 3 team. It's hard to believe their "new" formula of players has only produced LOSING seasons and perpetual criminals like Sean Taylor.Edited by: Thrashen
     
  8. bigunreal

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    Things must really be desperate for Saint Joe Gibbs to bring in a white WR. Farris should have started for the Redskins; instead he was waived (the last time, after scoing 2 TDs in the final preseason game- when was the last time a black WR was cut after a game like that?)

    I heard some local idiots on their radio show this morning, and they were scoffing at the Redskins signing Farris. The mantra was something like; "there has to be somebody out there better than Jimmy Farris!" Yeah, we know what you mean- there has to be somebody black out there. The Redskins have one of the worst WR corps I've ever seen; they are on the same atrocious level as the Titans. Yet, Farris will stay behind ANY healthy black WR from their sterling group, including the ancient and totally unproductive Keenan McCardell and James Thrash, who I thought had retired several years ago.

    Saint Joe Gibbs is now one of the very worst disciples of the Caste System. You can be absolutely certain that, no matter how well he peforms, Jimmy Farris will not get a fair chance with the Redskins.
     
  9. Stonewall

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    You're right on, the Redskins definitely have changed since the late 80s, Thrashen.


    The 1991 Super Bowl championship team that went 14-2 featured white free safety Brad Edwards who had a great year. He won the job in training camp that year over Terry Hoage, another great white safety.


    That '91 team'sfirstloss wasto Dallas, the Cowboys dashed the Skins hopes of going 16-0. This Sunday, Dallas may well put a serious dent in Washington's 2007 playoff hopes.
     
  10. ToughJ.Riggins

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    It's amazing that even old timers like Gibbs who know whites can play (he had Riggins afterall) in the new NFL feel they have to cater to the black players every moves and are staunch supporters of the caste system! Gibbs is a "phony Saint" a traitor to his own race and what he know is true!Edited by: ToughJ.Riggins
     
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    I agree. I used to really like and respect Gibbs as a coach when I was growing up. Now, his legacy is severaly diminished in my mind. With his protege Joe Bugel failed attempts at coaching in the NFL, I now look back and credit Bobby Beathard as the architect of the Redskin's 3 Super Bowl wins.


    I used to believe that Gibbs was a man of conviction, now I question that. He always prided himself in being a ball control, run-first coach. Now, he's letting the talking heads dictate how he runs his team. Deep down he has to know that he can't rely on a 2nd year QB to win, but he does while Portis and Betts (two quality NFL backs) are not used properly.


    It's gotten so bad that, Riggins himself openly criticizes Gibbs on John's radio show.
     
  12. Don Wassall

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    Jimmy Farris was cut already. I mean there's no way this kid could step on the same field with the likes of Brandon Lloyd and James Thrash. [​IMG]


    Maybe Gibbs and other Caste zealots are sadists, getting their kicks out of repeatedly signing the same white "skill" position players and then watching the looks on their faces when they're informed the next week they've been cut again.
     
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    Has there ever been a black player who received the sadistic (yes, Don- that's the perfect word to describe it) treatment that so many white WRS have? Kevin Kasper, Jereme Urban, John Standeford- the list goes on and on. Bounced back and forth almost weekly between practice squad, waivers and a token game on the active roster (of course, without getting a chance to hit the field). What is the point of these same endless moves, other than to torture these hapless white players?

    This move doesn't surprise me in the least. Saint Joe Gibbs is as bad as any of them (except maybe Jack Del Rio), when it comes to discriminating against white players.
     
  14. Thrashen

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    I f*cking hate that old piece of sh*t Joe Gibbs. I didn't think it was possible, but since he took over in Washington, he's made the Redskins look even worse than ever before.

    WR's like the ones bigunreal mentioned are not only deserving of roster spots due to their innate athletic ability, but also because they're all GOOD MEN.

    Dear God, Brandon Lloyd, are you kidding me? I don't think Lloyd is better than any WR to ever play in the NFL! He's injury prone, his production is less than nothing, he doesn't play ST, he's not very quick, fast, or strong...what's the deal?

    Oh wait, I think we all know the deal here at CF.
     
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    and their black super strong QB fuking sucks, he's always good 4 some clutch INT or fumbles

    great arm but no brain [​IMG]
     
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    looks like Reed Doughty will keep starting... Sean Taylor got shot and is in critical condition.Edited by: backrow
     
  17. jaxvid

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    Sean Taylor one of the many NFL thugs.

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    Taylor has been in trouble numerous times since he was drafted as the No. 5 overall pick in 2004. He has been fined at least seven times during his professional career for late hits and other infractions, including a $17,000 penalty for spitting in the face of Tampa Bay running back Michael Pittman during a playoff game in January 2006. He also was fined $25,000 for skipping a mandatory rookie symposium shortly after he was drafted.

    Redskins coaches and players have defended Taylor, saying he was smart and misunderstood. {smart AND misunderstood!} Taylor has been slow to let anyone in his inner circle. He has rarely spoken to reporters, saying he does not trust them. Teammates said he became more mature over the last year after he became a father for the first time. {maturity often happens to thugs after they knock up a ho}

    In 2005, Taylor was accused of brandishing a gun at a man and repeatedly hitting him during a fight that broke out after Taylor and some friends went looking for the people who had allegedly stolen his all-terrain vehicles.

    Taylor reached a deal with prosecutors last year after they agreed to drop felony charges against him [agrred to drop felony charges--standard op whenever an NFL thug commits a crime}. He pleaded no contest to two misdemeanors in the assault case and was sentenced to 18 months probation. The pleas prompted another fine from the NFL but kept his football career intact.

    He also was [B}ordered[/b] to talk about the importance of education at 10 Miami schools and had to contribute $1,000 for scholarships to each of those schools. [this *voluntary* community work will be cited in showing what a great guy he is}

    The man Taylor allegedly hit, Ryan Hill [almost surely a white guy--surprise surprise}, sued, seeking at least $15,000 in damages. Hill sustained bruises to his body, incurred medical expenses and lost wages because of the fight, the lawsuit said.

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  18. reclaimsocal

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    I happened to have my radio tuned on ESPN and took a lunch at a different time then normal, and Steven A Smith was on stating, "It wasn't like he was at the club, or hanging with gangstas, he was at home and it was invaded, this could happen to anyone". I'm thinking.... If there isn't some direct correlation to who he knew/"rolled with" and someone coming into his home and shooting/robbing him then I'd be a monkey's uncle.

    I'm sure the truth will never come to light, but I'm guessing its at least a 99% chance the perp knew him, or knew someone who knew him and can trace his roots back to the same continent within the last few hundred years.
     
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    Yeah sure, Smiffy. I wonder what the real story is?
     
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    he died this morning. 24 years old.
     
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    I think that all of us here know Taylor's rap sheet is a mile long. We know the truth is that he represented the careless, thug image the is perhaps the most sickening attribute of "new NFL."

    I think we all agree that Taylor didnt deserve to die, just to be kicked out of the NFL long ago. Also, I'm sure it's safe to say that what happened to Taylor was not some unprovoked crime.

    On a positive note, the Redskins 2nd year safety, Reed Doughty will given a chance to shine in the NFL...
     
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    Don W's description of the Redskins this year is perfect: "Dreary."

    Dan Snyder the Zionazi extraordinaire, who flies to and from practice in his private helicopter; Vinny Cerrato, the Caste System enforcing GM (really only a hiring manager) who is dumber than shalestone but can spot a criminal black college player to draft; and Gibbs & Co., the washed-up has-beens who forgot that they won Super Bowls with White blockers, White Linebackers, and John Riggins.

    I haven't watched an NFL game in over five years and see no reason to start now. Especially with the Deadskins. They stink on the field, with coaching, and in the "Front office." Only criminal blacks need apply -- they compete with the Ravens for who has the most heinous homiciders on the field. It's not even the slightest bit "shocking" that Sean Taylor was shot. He was arrogant, criminal, explosive, mean, and lived with similar company. ESPN says the shooting was "shocking." Are any of you shocked?
     
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    I'm shocked it doesn't happen more often to be honest. This 1 dead Afflete a year in the NFL trend is lower then I would expect.
     
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    Good post. I heard the old reliable tag line today that is always used in describing these incidents. "Taylor was beginning to turn his life around and was really a good guy." Based on what I'd like to know? Oh, he was now a daddy,someone said on a talk show.Wow, how weird this world has become when knocking up girls and producing bastard children is considered a positive sign in evaluating character development.
     

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