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    Re: A bit disappointed, by when looking at the catastrophe at the south of I-295 we cant complain



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    Re: A bit disappointed, by when looking at the catastrophe at the south of I-295 we cant complain

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    be glad you're not a Titans fan
    ...or a Bengals fan, or a Cowboys fan, or a Jets fan......




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    Re: A bit disappointed, by when looking at the catastrophe at the south of I-295 we cant complain

    Quote Originally Posted by ballhawk View Post
    One thing they have in common, redskins and ravens share the league lead in penalties per game (8.3).
    Which needs to become a broken trend.
    "When questioned, the Elders explained that they were in search of magical powers. However, they're actually searching for the whereabouts of a certain ring. This ring is a legendary treasure that long ago was known to exist"




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    Re: A bit disappointed, by when looking at the catastrophe at the south of I-295 we cant complain

    Remember when everyone was going crazy over "losing" Josh Wilson to them last offseason? Maybe not here, I remember on the Sun board there was a huge outcry, everyone wondering what Ozzie was doing, etc.

    Well, Wilson has been about as bad as any corner in the league this year. He's gotten torched in literally every game, several times in most. He's made MeAngelo Hall look like Deion Sanders in comparison.

    I find that hilarious. Then the Cundiff situation. Watch them sign Cary Williams this offseason. There is a reason the Ravens let these guys go. The Redskins are as big a reason as any that I don't ever get too irate with the Ravens...we are lucky, just look at them or any of the other poorly ran franchises around the league...




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    Re: A bit disappointed, by when looking at the catastrophe at the south of I-295 we cant complain

    Nnamdi should have taken less to come here. lol.
    "When questioned, the Elders explained that they were in search of magical powers. However, they're actually searching for the whereabouts of a certain ring. This ring is a legendary treasure that long ago was known to exist"




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    Re: A bit disappointed, by when looking at the catastrophe at the south of I-295 we cant complain

    Quote Originally Posted by Bhcforlife View Post
    Remember when everyone was going crazy over "losing" Josh Wilson to them last offseason? Maybe not here, I remember on the Sun board there was a huge outcry, everyone wondering what Ozzie was doing, etc.

    Well, Wilson has been about as bad as any corner in the league this year. He's gotten torched in literally every game, several times in most. He's made MeAngelo Hall look like Deion Sanders in comparison.

    I find that hilarious. Then the Cundiff situation. Watch them sign Cary Williams this offseason. There is a reason the Ravens let these guys go. The Redskins are as big a reason as any that I don't ever get too irate with the Ravens...we are lucky, just look at them or any of the other poorly ran franchises around the league...
    Marshal Yanda was the only one with the brains to say: "................fuck that man I'm staying here".
    "When questioned, the Elders explained that they were in search of magical powers. However, they're actually searching for the whereabouts of a certain ring. This ring is a legendary treasure that long ago was known to exist"




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    Re: A bit disappointed, by when looking at the catastrophe at the south of I-295 we cant complain

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Marshal Yanda was the only one with the brains to say: "................fuck that man I'm staying here".
    I don't think he quite made it to FA. If he had the Slurs would've given him $40 or more over 5 and he would've left.

    Josh Wilson simply wanted to play for his home town team and unless the Ravens were going to pay more he was gone. I still don't like his attitude towards the Ravens especially given that they allowed him to earn that contract with the Slurs. Seattle was getting ready to cut him or worse have him as their 4th DB. Instead he acts as if playing in Baltimore was nothing special.




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    Re: A bit disappointed, by when looking at the catastrophe at the south of I-295 we cant complain

    Washington did make an offer to Yanda and they offered him more than Baltimore offered him, similarly to how New Orleans offered Grubbs more money. Grubbs took the extra guaranteed money and the chance to play with Brees, along with playing at home. Yanda took the chance to stay with the Ravens.
    "When questioned, the Elders explained that they were in search of magical powers. However, they're actually searching for the whereabouts of a certain ring. This ring is a legendary treasure that long ago was known to exist"




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    Re: A bit disappointed, by when looking at the catastrophe at the south of I-295 we cant complain

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Marshal Yanda was the only one with the brains to say: "................fuck that man I'm staying here".
    And he's the one one who was worth it. You only re-sign your own if a) they're stars with a long shelf life or b) they're relatively cheap. Yanda fits into the A group. Wilson wasn't overly expensive, but it still shows that he's not a great asset.




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    Re: A bit disappointed, by when looking at the catastrophe at the south of I-295 we cant complain

    The thing is, RGIII has been pretty damn good for them.
    The problem is their defense took a major step back just like ours.
    But, their defense gives up almost a TD more per game than the Ravens.
    Their offense can't make up for that and that is the reason for their decline.




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    Re: A bit disappointed, by when looking at the catastrophe at the south of I-295 we cant complain

    As some pundits say:

    You have to be worried about a player's competitiveness when he signs with a terrible team just for a big payday.




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    Re: A bit disappointed, by when looking at the catastrophe at the south of I-295 we cant complain

    the happiest team with redskins play is the rams. they will most likely get a top 10 pick this year. they also get the skins #1 pick in 2014. there are so many holes with the skins that they will have to be active in free agency. i'm suprised to see Kerrigan from Purdue taks a step back. he looked like a stud last year.

    Garceau played one game this year. he may be done for the year.




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    Re: A bit disappointed, by when looking at the catastrophe at the south of I-295 we cant complain

    Quote Originally Posted by Section 502 Raven View Post
    the happiest team with redskins play is the rams. they will most likely get a top 10 pick this year. they also get the skins #1 pick in 2014. there are so many holes with the skins that they will have to be active in free agency. i'm suprised to see Kerrigan from Purdue taks a step back. he looked like a stud last year.

    Garceau played one game this year. he may be done for the year.
    Kerrigan is probably just not ready to ascend to a level of dominance, where he can rise in the face of so many fellow and fallen defenders. He'll probably be there in another two years.
    "When questioned, the Elders explained that they were in search of magical powers. However, they're actually searching for the whereabouts of a certain ring. This ring is a legendary treasure that long ago was known to exist"




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