2009 Washington Redskins

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  1. Deadlift

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    I think Washington's sumo-line would have ruined a Jimmy Clausen; I don't think that would have been a good fit at all.
     
  2. itsme

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    Man the Blackskins love the brothers.[​IMG]

    If I was Cooley I would demand a trade from that pathetic franchise.
     
  3. bigunreal

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    The DWFs and local jock sniffers are ecstatic over the acquisition of McNabb. In reality, this was the only way Jason Campbell was ever going to be replaced. The most hilarious thing of all is reading the posts, and hearing the comments, from these idiot yahooies speculating that the Redskins will be able to get a 3rd round pick for Campbell! If any team trades anyting higher than a 7th round pick for this mediocre bust, then it had to have been ordered by the league, imho.

    For those who thought Shanahan would bring a little more diversity to the Redskins persistently coal black roster, think again. The moves made by the new hierarchy appear to be as bad as any made by Vinny Cerato (and that's really saying something). BOTH Larry Johnson and Willie Parker? Philip Buchanan? Now McNabb, admittedly a huge upgrade over Campbell, but yet another older addition to the roster. Can T.O. be far behind? It's like they're trying to bring back the Over The Hill Gang, except none of the players will look like Ron McDole, Richie Pettibon or Jack Pardee.

    Once again, it will be impossible to root for the Redskins.
     
  4. Westside

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    The Blackskins and Blackoneers are on the top of my 2010 list of teams that I hope go 1-15 and eternal unhappiness and all around misery.
     
  5. backrow

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    one black QB replacing another and leaving the door open for Kolb, what's not to like!
     
  6. forty-four

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    Backrow,

    That's a good point!
     
  7. Jack Lambert

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    Westside, don't forget the Iggles, they won't have very many white players at all this year. Kolb, Bradly, Kickers, Herremans, Celek, McGlynn, and maybe a 3rd string white QB. That makes three teams for me.
     
  8. whiteathlete33

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    Campbell will probably demand a trade now that he will no longer start. It will probably result in some TNB because dey beez tryin to hold a bruvah down. You know some other idiot will probably allow him to start somewhere. Al Davis where are you?
     
  9. Thrashen

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    This is a positive thing in terms of what is best to destroy the "Black QB Experiment" arm of the caste system.

    Jason Campbell will be traded, and will likely sit behind a white QB before being cut, released, waived, etc. McNabb is one of the most injury prone QBs, thus, an existing white backup such as Colt Brennen (or if they select a white QB in the draft) may have a chance to play, start, excel. Also, obviously, Kolb will be a long-time starter for the African Eagles.

    Bigunreal shot another bull's-eye in stating that this trade is the only way that Jason Campbell could possibly be replaced as Redskins starter. I too don't expect much from Mike Shannahan"¦the first Slave Master in NFL history to ever field a roster with zero non-black defensive players (starters and backups).

    He made no push for Hillis whatsoever, no, "has-been"Â￾ and "never-was"Â￾ type black players (especially "skill"Â￾ players) are always welcomed back into the awaiting arms and open hearts of their white and yiddish enablers. With any luck, the Redskins will go winless, and the suddenly whitening Browns will ride Hillis deep into the playoffs.

    Edited by: Thrashen
     
  10. WHITE NOISE

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    Well said indeed Thrashen!
     
  11. Liverlips

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    Seems the Blackskins will live up to their name no matter who is coach. So the team has small receivers with hands of stone, old, injury prone running backs, an aging defense and a Swiss cheese sumo O-line. So what do they do?

    Naturally - replace a mediocre young black QB with a mediocre, injury prone black QB.

    Sure, the drunk white fans/beta males will be laughing like buffoons as they purchase #5 jerseys that are too large for them, high five each other and shout out inanities such as "Yeahhhh, Donovaaaaaannnn!!!!!!"

    But your team is going to be the worst in the league. And, not coincidentally, the blackest and most racist.Edited by: Liverlips
     
  12. Jack Lambert

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    With all the white "developmental qbs" coming into the league, hopefully, they can help force the Tarvaris Jacksons and Charlie Batches off of NFL rosters. The black QB experiment is blowing up in the face of the caste masters.

    Thrashen and Bigunreal, nice posts.
     
  13. Don Wassall

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    I wouldn't be surprised if the Blackskins are more competitive this season if McNabb stays healthy, because Shanahan is one of the best head coaches of the past 20 years. Zorn was out of his element, as was "the old ball coach"and the recycled version of Joe Gibbs. Washington has some talent on defense, and Shanahan is an offensive specialist. Shanahan will get the most out of his roster, and in a league with nothing but mostly black teams the Blackskins might win 7 or 8 games and possibly even challenge for a wildcard berth.
     
  14. whiteathlete33

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    It looks like the black qb experiment is slowing down. McNabb will be out of the league in a few years as he is injury prone and is already 33 years old. Russell is a total failure. Campbell may never be a starter again. I expect Vince Young to struggle this year as well. Also there aren't even any decent black qb's coming out of this draft.
     
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    ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Blackskins have acquired DT Adam Carriker from the Rams. [​IMG]
     
  16. backrow

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    they are ready to deal HAynesworth, which in turn means they are looking at Carriker as their 3-4 tackle, instead of an End. let's hope they draft a tackle and leave Adam as a DEEdited by: backrow
     
  17. forty-four

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    Wow! That was a pleasant surprise. I hope Carriker gets work at DE too.
     
  18. Highlander

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    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_ylt=AguhK3wQEkO8YCM37lNgD12r0op4?slug=ap-redskins-ramstrade

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    <h1 property="dc:title">Rams trade former No. 1 pick
    Carriker to Redskins</h1>
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    By R.B. FALLSTROM, AP Sports Writer<em property="dc:issued">[/i]</div></div></div></div>






    ST. LOUIS (AP)â€"The <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/was/;_ylt=Ap_Morjmy5cq7uzb8GRHEhgdsLYF" target="_blank">Washington
    Redskins</a> have acquired former first-round pick
    <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/8267/;_ylt=AiOK.KNEEcXxE67.v2az9dUdsLYF" target="_blank">Adam
    Carriker</a>(notes)</span>
    from the <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/stl/;_ylt=AlFivFC0a4P8JTSk8Pu4WekdsLYF" target="_blank">St.
    Louis Rams</a> in an extremely low-cost deal that
    provides an option along the defensive line if <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/5901/;_ylt=ArrNyCMTv9K4OsFI.HoXLtwdsLYF" target="_blank">Albert
    Haynesworth</a>(notes)</span>
    is traded.

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    The Redskins got a great price Tuesday for the 13th
    overall pick in 2007.
    They swapped fifth-round picks with the Rams, moving down 28 spots in
    that
    round, but in a swap of seventh-rounders Washington actually moved up
    three
    spots.


    "Adam is a guy who our staff is very familiar with,"Â￾ Redskins coach
    Mike
    Shanahan said. "He is talented and has an incredible work ethic. We feel
    he
    will fit in our scheme and will help us reach our defensive goals."Â￾


    Carriker's career has been dogged by injuries. He spent last season
    on
    injured reserve with a shoulder injury.


    Carriker could be the contingency plan if the Redskins are able to
    trade
    Haynesworth, who has displeased Shanahan by staying away from offseason
    workouts
    and a minicamp. Haynesworth is also unhappy about Washington's switch to
    a 3-4
    defense.


    Rams general manager Billy Devaney said the team had enough depth at
    the
    position to make the deal, and said the draft class was loaded with
    "whopper"Â￾
    defensive tackles who could be had as late as the fourth round. The Rams
    are
    expected to re-sign backup <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/8633/;_ylt=AjYp6at6f59mHStvlboB1DEdsLYF" target="_blank">Gary
    Gibson</a>(notes)</span>
    to augment a group headed by <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/8408/;_ylt=AtfAfghlWNkwLhwjTeBeT6YdsLYF" target="_blank">Clifton
    Ryan</a>(notes),</span>
    <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/5084/;_ylt=ArRwTuEQikMbXzX_Hb6cO.0dsLYF" target="_blank">Fred
    Robbins</a>(notes)</span>
    and <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/9367/;_ylt=AubgYBblCbY50zEMzPcMMEcdsLYF" target="_blank">Darell
    Scott</a>(notes).</span>


    Carriker will be reunited with defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, a
    former
    Rams head coach. Devaney said the Redskins have been trying to trade for
    Carriker for a while.


    "The signings we've made the past couple of weeks we thought, you
    know
    what, this might be the right time to do it,"Â￾ Devaney said. "Right now
    it
    seems like we've got a little bit of depth. I hope we do."Â￾


    Carriker was a 300-pound defensive end at Nebraska, where he was Big
    12
    defensive player of the year as a senior. He played tackle in a 4-3
    alignment
    with St. Louis.


    "He's never complained and we used him in multiple positions,"Â￾
    Devaney
    said. "He did the best he could, but it hasn't been a great scheme for
    him."Â￾
    If Carriker was used like he was at Nebraska (as a DE) then he'd be dominant. Yes, he's 300lbs, but that's at 6'6". He has great quickness. It's unfortunate the way they used him in St. Louis. Good luck to Adam.



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  19. backrow

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    an article confirming that Redskins will use Adam at DE. good news!
     
  20. Highlander

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    Great news. With his quickness, strength, size, work ethic and attitude, he will shine there...as long as he can stay injury-free.
     
  21. WHITE NOISE

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    Now all they need to do is send Campdull packing.
     
  22. Deadlift

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    Trent Williams at #4? [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Pray McFlabb, PRAY!
     
  23. itsme

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    but he's so athletic and has such a big upside [​IMG]
     
  24. Deadlift

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    I was surprised that the Redskins' didn't draft "Black Hercules" Russell Okung..
     
  25. FootballDad

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    Trent Williams, Russell Okung, Bruce Campbell... they all remind me of a "can't miss" prospect that the Chiefs drafted a dozen or so years ago in the first round, Trezelle Jenkins.
     

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