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    Quote Originally Posted by duck View Post
    Too bad Sonny isn't still slingin' it, eh?
    Sonny still sounds good on the radio - in his early 80's. There's nobody I'd rather listen to.

    Ok, summary prediction. 8-8. They're going to have some klunkers on both offense and defense, but they have too many weapons to be as bad as last year. And I think the team is sold on Gruden. If Reed can continue to improve that'd help a lot - as far as providing an outlet, but he apparently didn't look great in practice. If he steps up, 10-6 - but I think he doesn't, so 8-8.
    I use stats like a drunk uses lampposts - for support rather than illumination.

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    9-7, if things don't go well. No playoffs.

    RGIII plays anywhere near what he did showed year one, 11-5 and a divisional championship.

    Hopeless 0ptimist until KFFL shutter's its doors.....
    Last edited by murphskin; 09-07-2014 at 03:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redskin Nation View Post
    ^ AND I still blame JC for Gibbs leaving, and have a picture of Shanny and his snot nosed kid still up too. [Shrugs shoulders]. What can I say, I don't like change. Shoot me.
    JC didn't make Gibbs draft him. Nor did JC make Gibbs turn him into a dump off passer. Looking at JC's college stats. It looks like he was a down the field passer to me. http://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/...ampbell-1.html His ypa during his college years are all significantly better than any of his ypa during his professional years. http://www.footballdb.com/players/ja...ampbja02/stats. Gibbs coached too scared. Too scared of TOs and too scared of taking risks and that imo reflected in the way he coached JC making him too scared to be the player he was.
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    ^ JC will have a longer career than Bob. Much longer.
    I Still Blame JC for Gibbs Leaving..

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    Perhaps. It wouldn't be the first time a perennial back up has turned sitting on the bench into a long and fairly lucrative career.
    The world is a toll-free toilet
    Our mouths neurological ass0s
    And psychologically speaking
    We're in a state of mental diarrhea
    Talking sh*t a mile a minute
    Or in a state of constipated notions
    Can't think of nothin' but sh*t, and in this world of stinky futures
    Sh*tty memories and constipated 19 now-nows
    Emerges from the hiney of your head the doo doo chasers
    The Promentalsh*tbackwashpsychosisenemasquad
    Bringing you music to get your sh*t together by

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redskin Nation View Post
    ^ JC will have a longer career than Bob. Much longer.
    I guess JC could be the Tony Massenburg of the NFL. Kudos to him?
    I use stats like a drunk uses lampposts - for support rather than illumination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruzious View Post
    I guess JC could be the Tony Massenburg of the NFL. Kudos to him?
    In another life, I would love to have a long career as a backup! It's still gotta be better/lucrative than a majority of real world jobs. That's why I kinda shake my head when athletes stupidly throw away their careers.
    I Still Blame JC for Gibbs Leaving..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redskin Nation View Post
    5-11 and the savior gets further exposed for fraud.

    Haslett will quiet the critics with NO Shanny handcuffs and better talent.
    I need to upgrade my prediction, feeling a little more optimistic.

    9 wins and we qualify for the playoffs.
    I Still Blame JC for Gibbs Leaving..

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    I predict we will lead the league in TRI's - turf related injuries.
    I use stats like a drunk uses lampposts - for support rather than illumination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dexter's Better View Post
    1. Skins will win a total of 5 games (2 in the division)
    2. There is a strong possibility Washington could start 1-5 heading into the Tennessee Game.
    3. Griffin will only start 10 games for the Skins (injury or poor play) (His play in pre-season has been awful)

    Offensive Player of the Year : Garcon

    Defensive Player of the Year: Kerrigan
    Sadly,

    I don't see how they get to 5 wins. Tennessee is a must win - only other possible wins are @ Minnesota and Tampa at home. Right now they look to be a lock for a top 5 pick is just a question of Raiders / Jaguars / Jets / Bucs / Redskins for that #1 overall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redskin Nation View Post
    I need to upgrade my prediction, feeling a little more optimistic.

    9 wins and we qualify for the playoffs.
    How you feeling now?
    The world is a toll-free toilet
    Our mouths neurological ass0s
    And psychologically speaking
    We're in a state of mental diarrhea
    Talking sh*t a mile a minute
    Or in a state of constipated notions
    Can't think of nothin' but sh*t, and in this world of stinky futures
    Sh*tty memories and constipated 19 now-nows
    Emerges from the hiney of your head the doo doo chasers
    The Promentalsh*tbackwashpsychosisenemasquad
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruzious View Post
    I predict we will lead the league in TRI's - turf related injuries.
    And 4th quarter interceptions.
    The world is a toll-free toilet
    Our mouths neurological ass0s
    And psychologically speaking
    We're in a state of mental diarrhea
    Talking sh*t a mile a minute
    Or in a state of constipated notions
    Can't think of nothin' but sh*t, and in this world of stinky futures
    Sh*tty memories and constipated 19 now-nows
    Emerges from the hiney of your head the doo doo chasers
    The Promentalsh*tbackwashpsychosisenemasquad
    Bringing you music to get your sh*t together by

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breed View Post
    And 4th quarter interceptions.
    And teammate tackling.
    "If it ain't broke don't fix it" @ Daniel Snyder

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonBlaze View Post
    Screw all of you! 10-6, back to the playoffs. Improved D, weak division opponents, RG3 steps up and shows last year was a fluke! Now ask me again after Sunday and see if I still think the same...
    Injuries have taken their toll on the D. The division opponents now look a lot stronger than expected. RG3 got hurt before he could show anything. Cousins has killed his trade value and all hope at this point. But hey, crazier things have happened I suppose. I'm looking at draft prospects at this rate

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