2009 Washington Redskins

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  1. Thrashen

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    Another "zero" on the scoreboard for the Jason Campbell-lead offensive "attack." Must be all those different offensive coordinators, blah, blah, blah.

    It was pretty sweet to watch the double-chinned zionist-zillionare, Dan Synder, watching his casteon team being humliated on national TV...again.
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    Yep, I always want to hiss when I see a shot of Snyder. But I get the same feeling when I see Jerry Jones and agaggle of other owners and coaches. I've gotten to the point that I can't stand seeing wuss-boy Roger Goodell either, who had the opportunity to genuinely crack down on the league's huge criminal element (or at least try to), but it was all smoke and mirrors lauded by the media as a "get-tough policy." Ha ha
     
  3. guest301

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    I know we at CF are no big fans of Chris Collinsworth around here and for good reason but Collinsworth was seriously on Campbell's case all night long and pointed out many mistakes Campbell made during the game. The only defense that was ventured on behalf of Campbell was the tired 5 different offenses in so many seasons arguement that rings pretty hollow with Campbell leading the league(71%) in dump and dink little 5 yard passes. I am glad they actually keep a stat on that.
     
  4. Liverlips

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    Reed Doughty - the only white defensive player on the Blackskins - was injured during an impressive interception return. That means the Blackskins may have exactly 1 white starter - Casey Rabach - for thier season finale. What a fitting way to end the season for the most racist team in the NFL.
     
  5. referendum

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    Doughty was placed on IR, so the Redskins will be at one white starter against SD. I read that Doughty will be a free agent next year. If Shanahan is the new coach he might want Doughty to be his John Lynch, if he seeks to recreate a Broncos type team in Washington. Main thing is he needs to be on a team where he will be a starter. It might actually make sense to stay with the Redskins if in fact Shanahan takes over and remolds the team to be at least somewhat fairer to whites.
     
  6. Leonardfan

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    I live in the area and all signs are pointing to Shanahan. I despise the Redskins and Shanahans track record isnt all that good regarding the caste. He did however give Hillis a shot, so if Hillis is released I think Shanahan might be more inclined to pick him up. His offensive lines have been mostly white as well. On the defensive side of the ball he has been less kind, he has sign John Lynch, John Engleberger, Romonowski and allowed Spencer Larsen to play both ways.

    He also seems to prefer white athletic qbs. He had Elway, Plummer, Cutler, Griese (not as athletic but was underrated IMO). I do think the Skins roster will become a little whiter. I hope he drafts Tebow or McCoy. I am almost positive Campbell is gone.

    This is not a ringing endorsement of Shanhan in any way but I do think he might get 8-12 more white players on the roster.
     
  7. Bear Backer

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    I read a rumor about Shanahan going to the Redskins and I almost threw up a little bit in my mouth. If there was a slim chance of Shanahan maybe going after Hillis, I am not sure that exists now with Snyder and one of the biggest pro Caste organizations in the NFL.
     
  8. Leonardfan

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    Yea like I said its not a ringing endorsement but the numbers can really only go up. I think Shanhan will have more say in personnel. Snyder will probably be more hands off with him there. Snyder and Cerrato were like two dorks who play fantasy football trying to get the biggest name affletes.
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    Now there's even one less White player on the Blackskins:

    Redskins released QB Todd Collins. Now 38 years old, Collins was due $2.9 million in 2010. Though his Redskins years will be remembered for an impressive late-season stretch in the 2007 playoff run, Collins looked washed up in three games last year. [He did????]
     
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    past the age of 30+ White = washed up according to dwfs, even if that player is actually playing well. They said Keith Brooking was washed up and Cowboys fans seemed really opposed to get getting him, I thought he was playing well, and I thought he played well last season too.


    Whats worse is they gave Campbell a 1st round tender. I can't imagine any team would wanting to give up a 1st round pick for Jason Campbell. I guess this means that Brennan doesn't have a real shot of competing for a starting job next year?Edited by: dwid
     
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    The Blackskins need to get rid of that loser Campbell and bring in a real quarterback like Tim Tebow or Jevan Snead.
     
  12. Don Wassall

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    An all-time bust on one of the worst o-lines in the league gets rewarded for his failure:

    Redskins re-signed OL Mike Williams to a multi-year deal. Williams surprisingly survives the regime change in Washington. After beating the odds -- and dropping 100 pounds -- to make a comeback last season, Williams ended up getting more playing time than expected due to injuries upfront. He's strictly a reserve.
     
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    Williams looks like a quarter-ton of chewed bubble gum & moves like (his doppleganger) Jabba the Hut...yet is given an extension for tribesman Snyder's Blaxinz. Typical, blatantly obvious caste hypocrisy.[​IMG]
     
  14. forty-four

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    On the bright side it looks like the Skins are interested in Chad Clifton & Tony Pashos. Maybe a small move in the right direction. They also appear to replacing Randy Thomas with Chad Rinehart.
     
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    Randy Thomas is another over rated black offensive lineman. I remember when my Jets drafted him back in 1999. They were always raving about what an athlete he is and blah blah blah. I never considered him anything better than an average guard.
     
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    They signed Artis Hicks...[​IMG]
     
  17. Don Wassall

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    In spite of all the support Jason Campbell may have in the media and among DWFs, it's hard to imagine Mike Shanahan wanting to rebuild the team around a slow-thinking quarterback, especially after the success he had with John Elway in Denver.

    NFL Network's Mike Lombardi predicts that the Redskins will draft Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen with the No. 4 overall pick. It's also worth noting that K.C. Joyner, the Football Scientist, is on record as saying Clausen's skill set and decision making offer an even better fit for Mike Shanahan's offense than Jay Cutler. Lombardi's opinion is noteworthy, too, because he worked under Shanahan in Denver. Lombardi expects Shanahan to go with Clausen even if both he and Russell Okung are available.
     
  18. forty-four

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    I sure hope he's right!
     
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    Rex Grossman is coming to Washington. I wonder if he will get a chance at the starting job. We'll see...
     
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    Whats wrong with Colt Brennan? I think he was the leading passer in college football. Of course, anyone would be better than Campdull.
     
  21. forty-four

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    I too would like to see Brennan given a chance, but it's not looking ood for him.
     
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    It's funny with the Redskins. I watched a couple of their preseason games last year, Brennan was really up-and-down in his quarters he played. His last game he looked really good, although his throwing motion is funky. Easily the best QB that I saw in those games was Chase Daniels, the Mizzou QB, he was great, and promptly gets cut because he's "too short" and a "spread guy". Maybe he was a threat to the "great" Jason Campbell.
     
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    "Gayson Scambull" can't hold Grossman's jockstrap! If everything was on the up & up (i.e. - no caste intervention), the starting QB slot would be Grossman's on a silver platter.
     
  24. Leonardfan

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    Im expecting the Redskins to pick up a QB early in this draft. If they don't trade down I expect Clausen to be the guy but a second round option would be Tebow or McCoy...both upgrades to the Campbell era.

    As for Brennan Jim Zorn was very high on him but not sure how the new regime feels about him. He could end up in Baltimore if he is cut by the Redskins.
     
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    Mcnabb? [​IMG] At least he's better than Campbell but this os NOT what I was expecting!
     

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