2010 Redskins

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  1. whiteathlete33

    whiteathlete33 Hall of Famer

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    I hope so too Thrashen. Next on the agenda for Snyder is to recycle some old black receivers though. It happens every year. The fact that Chris Cooley can usually catch more passes than their receivers states a point.
     
  2. white wr

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    Albert haynesworth failed the conditioning test twice already and mike shanahan doesnt like it so maybe this sumo won't play as much
     
  3. bigunreal

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    I would love to see what kind of "conditioning" test any of these NFL sumos can pass. I'm really starting to believe that these obese buffoons don't do any real exercises at all during those supposedly grueling, rigorous camp workouts.

    It's more likely they sit inside and eat all they want.
     
  4. whiteathlete33

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    Yes, the Redskins test is a bit harder than some of the other teams, as you have to run 300 yards in 70 seconds or less, rest for 3 1/2 minutes then repeat in 73 seconds or less, but still the reporter figures she could have done it had she properly prepared.

    Note the second story in the Yahoo out-of-bounds feed about Tarique Evans (sp?) driving recklessly. Could be posted in the Crime Thread.
     
  6. Borussia

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    Black overrated retread WR Kelly Washington was signed by the Reskins.
    LOL! Galloway and Washington.
    Oohhh, the Defensive backs are shaking now....

    pathetic

    The Castophiles hang on with their grubby little finger nails to keep up the anti-White NFL agenda.
     
  7. whiteathlete33

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    Galloway is expected to start at 38 years old! How ridiculous is that! I guess when you're an afflete you can make the team at any age. Galloway did nothing on the Patriots last season but is now considered starting material on the Blackskins. Meanwhile Matt Jones is fighting hard just for a roster spot and Kevin Curtis may be out of the league.
     
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    Well, at least this will help Mcnabb to have a bad year as QB, though of course any underwhelming performance on his part can now be blamed on his wide receivers.
     
  9. FootballDad

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    The Redskins traded for John Beck, the former BYU QB and released Colt Brennan, who never got a chance to show what he could do, as he was busy backing up long-term affirmative action project Jason Campbell. Hopefully someone picks up Brennan.

    Beck comes over from the Ravens in exchange for CB Doug Dutch, who I don't believe is really Dutch. Perhaps he's like Sheriff Bart in that his grandmother is Dutch...........
     
  10. moose

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    the washington watusis, the washington zulus
     
  11. white wr

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    Matt jones is with the Redskins now?...I guess terrell owens screwed him pretty bad
     
  12. whiteathlete33

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    Again you show your true colors. I'll just wait untill Don bans you.
     
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    WTF... I was saying that the terrell owens signing screwed matt jones up. I'm not saying that was good i'm saying thats terrible.
     
  14. Thrashen

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    Please try to increase your reading comprehension (among many other flaws) before posting again.
     
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    The Blackskins realeased their first depth chart, looks like only 3 white starters(C Rabach,TE Cooley and DE Carriker). Doughty backup FS and Furrey not even listed.

    Fuk this team. [​IMG]
     
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    Good article on Carriker:



    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/sports/Carriker-strengthens-_D_--499409-100817249.html



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    Adam Carriker's strength and ability to hold the gap at the
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    ASHBURN - Adam Carriker's scouting report contains
    one word. And it's one that Redskins right tackle Jammal Brown repeats
    with a mixture of adulation -- glad he has a teammate like this -- and
    exasperation -- not so glad he has to face it every day.


    So here's Brown's description:


    "Strong," he said. "Very, very strong. Just strong."


    And just in case he wasn't clear, he punctuates the report with one
    more sentence.


    "I can sum it up in one word: strong," Brown said.


    Nobody would disagree; and it's why the Redskins coaches say Carriker
    is such a good fit as an end in their 3-4 defense. They also like that
    he knows how to use his strength; because of that, the linebackers are
    able to do their jobs. It's what an end in this system must do.


    "The first thing they told me when I got here is that at end, you'll
    get the least amount of credit, but the defense goes as you go," he
    said. "It's just like the offensive line. The offense comes and goes
    with the line, but they get no credit. But if we win games here I don't
    care."


    Besides, it's a defense that scouts long ago predicted would be
    better for him, rather than playing end in a four-man front. Carriker
    agrees. It's simple: In a four-man line, the ends are asked to charge
    upfield to make plays more. Carriker recorded only two sacks in 25
    career starts. In a three-man line, they're asked to play more
    laterally, holding a gap and letting linebackers free to make the play.


    "He likes to get his big body on people," defensive line coach Jacob
    Burney said. "He wants to go get thick on people. A lot of defensive
    linemen these days just want to find [gaps] and run. They're not
    interested in hitting blocks. He'll hit blocks from sun up to sun down."



    But playing over the center at times in the 4-3 did help him prepare
    for end in this defense. His job was to occupy double teams, same as it
    is now. The good thing for Carriker is he's routinely one of the best
    linemen at staying low, despite being 6-foot-6. Often, his backside is
    lower before the snap than his linemates, providing him with leverage.


    "You could spend all your time trying to coach that," Burney said.
    "To have a guy that can do it that has natural flexibility in his
    ankles, knees and hips, that's a big plus."


    Add it up and it's why Carriker is excited to be in Washington. He
    missed last season with a shoulder injury and was traded to the Redskins
    this spring.


    "I was overhyped, I'd been waiting for so long," he said of the
    preseason opener. "And this [defense] suits me very well. I'm a
    physical, strong guy."

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  17. Thrashen

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    I really hope Carriker can finally put up some decent stats this season. His tackle and sacks totals with the Rams were as atrocious as many of the black DT we so frequently mock for their lack of production.

    Yes, he did switch positions, and yes, he was playing for the lowly Rams"¦.but still, he's been one of the few white 1st round defensive draft picks that have been a bust in recent years. I hope he makes the pro-bowl this season. Edited by: Thrashen
     
  18. Don Wassall

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    The Redskins picked two black WRs in the second round in 2008 -- Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly.Both were hyped as great talentsand were taken to play right away as rookies alongside veteran starter Santana Moss. Kelly and Thomas have both been busts. Both reported out of shape as rookies in '08 (the "Joe McKnight Syndrome") and both were lazy during training camp to the point that even the team's mangina coach, Jim Zorn, publicly criticized them.

    Both continue to stink, to the point that they can't even beat out Grandpa Joey Galloway, and now Kelly has been placed on IR.

    Redskins placed WR Malcolm Kelly (hamstring) on injured reserve, ending his season. Kelly is likely to be released with an injury settlement while fellow 2008 second-rounder Devin Thomas remains mired as a third-stringer. Once considered a future starter, Kelly's career is at a crossroads. He can't stay healthy, and multiple procedures to his knees have sapped his speed. He should be dropped in all leagues.

    TheNFL is filled with black busts and "projects" that never pan out.Edited by: Don Wassall
     
  19. Liverlips

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    Wow - the Blackskins may have 4-5 white starters this year. Unheard of!
     
  20. whiteathlete33

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    The white starters for Washington will be Chris Cooley, Casey Rabach, Adam Carikker, and possibly Reed Doughty. It looks like three white starters for sure with the possibility of four. They will start four sumos on the offensive line.
     
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    Pretty pathetic but predictable. Tampa - with their racist black coach -will likely start 2 whites and 20 blacks.

    Nice, huh?

    Good thing the NFL has the Rooney Rule. Wouldn't want black supremacy to be challenged in any way, shape or form, right?
     
  22. Kaptain

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    Donovan McNabb's comments only reaffirm what we have always thought of the NFL lockeroom.

    "Albert is one of our brothers in the locker room," McNabb said on his weekly radio show. "He understands, 'Hey, I got to put the time and effort in. We can't win without him. I think he'll be here. I hope he'll be here"
     
  23. Don Wassall

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    Caste Fooball Looks at the 2010 Washington Redskins

    by jaxvid

    The Washington Blackskins ended their long Jason Campbell experiment to go in another direction - Donovan McNabb The Final Chapter. Rumor has it that the starting quarterback position in Washington is subjected to minority preference set-asides by federal regulations and has been mandated to be a "blacks-only" position league-wide by 2015 per secret Executive Order signed by Barrack Obama.

    In the meantime, former Super Bowl losing QB Rex Grossman will be the backup and should soon see playing time when McNabb goes off on one of his ill-advised runs and suffers an injury. Grossman did a good job for a while with the Bears but he did not live up to the Chicagoland fans' expectations of completing every pass, never throwing an interception, and winning all of his games.

    John Beck out of BYU is the 3rd string QB.

    Since the maximum accuracy range of most black QBs is about 10 yards from the line of scrimmage, the tight end remains a very important postion for Washington. Starter Chris Cooley returns; he's one of the best recieving tight ends in the league when he is healthy and could have a huge year.
    Logan Paulson is the 3rd string TE.

    The only other white guy that will touch the football on a regular basis is at the center postion where Casey Rabach is the starter, backed up by Kory Lichtensteiger. Will Montgomery is a back-up on the offensive line.

    Mike Furry, he of the NFC leading 98 receptions in 2006-07, is listed as about 10th on the depth chart, he apparently doesn't have the talent to challange someone like starter Joey Galloway, who has had 20 receptions total the last two years, Furrey by the way had 23 last year for a poor Cleveland team.

    On the defensive line, Adam Carriker comes over from the Rams. Carriker was an underated d-lineman in St. Louis and has a chance to excel in Washington's 3-4 defensive scheme.
    Reed Doughty is the only other white starter on the defense, and that's always on an off and on basis. Doughty made 75 solo tackles last year (91 total), a very impressive total, but will probably return to the bench when Kareem Moore and his whooping 32 tackles returns from injury.

    NUMBER OF WHITE STARTERS: 4

    NUMBER OF WHITE PLAYERS ON 53 MAN ROSTER: 12

    GRADE: F-
     
  24. backrow

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    Great discipline (and ebonics display):
    DeAngelo Hall (DB) - Washington Redskins

    (Mon, Sep 20 - 1:48 pm ET)


    After watching his team blow a 17-point lead Sunday, Redskins CB DeAngelo Hall says from now on he's going to shadow the opposing team's best receiver instead of being relegated to the left side of the field.
    When asked if defensive coordinator Jim Haslett would be receptive to the change, Hall responded, "It don't matter what he say. This [is] my team. This [is] my defense." Hall's overinflated ego is at it again. Despite the cornerback's declaration, any changes to the defense will be made by Haslett.
    Source: Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star
     
  25. whiteathlete33

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    LOL!! I beez play the way I beez want. Dat's my word!!! Dis beez my team.
     

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