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  1. Jay Gruden: Should he stay or should he go?

    This would be the best long term solution if Snyder and Allenwood have half a brain cells between them. However when it comes to football matters that is questionable.
  2. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ts9oIhUuXoU&feature=youtu.be
  3. Jay knows how to coach up a QB with talent. Andy Dalton has out and out said Gruden help bring him to his next level: http://www.espn.com/blog/cincinnati-bengals/post/_/id/24615/bengals-andy-dalton-a-big-reason-im-here-is-because-of-jay-gruden And under Jay's guidance Kirk broke The Redskins passing record two years in a row and throw for over 4,000 yds in three consecutive seasons. Haskins is a bona fide pocket passer and a Ravenclaw level studier of game film. He is a perfect fit for JG and his passing wizardry.
  4. Star Wars Episode I is the best of the Prequels

    I'm going to come out and say it...Return Of The Jedi is the worst Star Wars movie. It is a jumbled slap together mess. Its only saving grace was Luke and Vader's light saber duel and Princess Leia's iconic bikini. As for Phantom Menace I like it mainly because it was the first SW movie I ever saw. The more I got into The Galaxy Far Away I could see why the fans who grew up with the OT, before Ep I came out, disliked it but it was my first introduction to the franchise so it will always hold a special place in my heart for it. Truth is both PM and AOTC are about equal. They were both just set ups for Revenge Of The Siths which redeem the PT. And all three films had magnificent saber battles. You have to give them credit for that over the Originals. But regardless of anything ROTJ is some hot steaming rubbish and I would take Menace or Clones over it without a moments hesitation.
  5. Captain Marvel (Spoilers! Be Aware)

    This trailer is legit! I'll have to give this a go.
  6. Is Rob Gronkowski the GOAT TE?

    Yes, easily.
  7. Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs. Patriots - Poll Added!

    Brady & Behlichick are the GOAT QB and coach combo!
  8. Tough one? I think Behlichick would have been a good coach who consistently made the playoffs but without Brady he wouldn't have be so dominant in them. And I don't see Billy boy winning any Superbowls.
  9. Unbreakable Record: 8 Consecutive CC Title Games?

    In order to have made it to all of those AFCCG The Patriots had to beat some good teams along way. Its not like they got two bye weeks in the playoffs. Brady and Behl are the GOAT QB Coach combo!
  10. Redskins Sign 2 WR's. Why?

    Doctsons been in the league for 3 years now, he should be able to do some basic route running. Regardless this move is like putting a band aid on a shotgun blast.
  11. Week 2: VIKINGS (1-0) at Packers (1-0)

    I knew it would come up as soon as it happened and sure enough the media and PackRats are whining about the hit on Big Cuz that hauled back the interception and gave The Vikes another go. Funny enough I believe the League made that rule because of the same exact hit done on their wonderboy Rodgers. Now its come back to bite them in the bum and now its unfair. Clay Matthews Jr. pressured Cousins on the first-down play, hitting the quarterback just after he threw and knocking him to the ground in what appeared to be a legal takedown. But officials saw it differently, calling roughing the passer on Matthews. The penalty negated the interception, giving Minnesota new life. The Vikings went down the field, scoring the game-tying touchdown and two-point conversion eight plays later. Matthews was miffed after the game, lost for an explanation for what he thought was a clean hit. "I mean, I don't know even know where to start to be completely honest with you," Matthews said. "I have so many emotions running through as far as just what a terrible call it was. But at the same time, I don't know what else to do. I mean, I don't know. You let me know. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000963088/article/clay-matthews-miffed-over-crucial-roughing-penalty All the while Layme Matthews be like
  12. Week 2: Indianapolis Colts

    Ok it took me a couple ticks before I remembered this reference LOL.
  13. If Wash does that then they're stuck with Rob Kelly as the feature back (shudder). AD is effective in small doses like a spice; over using him would be like a garlic milkshake. The trio of him, Chris Thompson, and Perrine should keep the running game on par. And fingers crossed The Skins may need him around to work horse Peterson in the playoffs.
  14. Preseason WK3: Broncos @ Redskins

    Same here. I wish he hadn't taken that number.
  15. Adrian Peterson (Signed)

    From what I've gathered AD is in better shape than Darkwa: "He's a physical freak," Redskins coach Jay Gruden said. "He's in great shape, explosive, and that's what sold us. Some of the backs we had in here (for workouts) were huffing and puffing, keeling over. He was standing straight up. He could have gone on another two hours." http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/24439369/adrian-peterson-first-practice-washington-redskins Adrian Peterson avg 3.1 yds behind the worst O-line, in Ari. The Redskins had the 12th best line last year. Already he's in a better place to excel. Not to mention The Cardinals and The Saints employ ZBS and AP works better in PRS, which Jay likes to run. Couple that with basically having a year off, due to his neck injury giving his legs a chance to rest he has a 50 50 chance off working out here. We'll have to wait and see?