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Old 12-30-2012, 09:43 PM   #201
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No one is giving up 2 first round picks for Kirk Cousins.
I don't think they will get that much back....but it's conceivable they could get a low first or at least a second. This class for QB is very weak.....he only needs to find one desperate suitor.
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:45 PM   #202
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Let's be honest, Bobby Turner couldn't wait to get the **** out of McDaniel's dodge.
You know Bobby Turner personally or something?
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:46 PM   #203
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Now shanny finally has a good qb! It's been 13 years!
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:46 PM   #204
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I don't think they will get that much back....but it's conceivable they could get a low first or at least a second. This class for QB is very weak.....he only needs to find one desperate suitor.
Possibly a high 2nd but there's no one with a low 1st that needs a QB...
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:46 PM   #205
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Let's be honest, Bobby Turner couldn't wait to get the **** out of McDaniel's dodge.
I agree, getting away from the immaturity was probably a greater influence.
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:46 PM   #206
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:47 PM   #207
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He said that Redskins will flip Kirk to make up what they lost for RG3...

They completely lost the 2012 2nd and 2013, 2014 firsts
he never said two first rounders

two #2's is a good start...see matt schaub
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:50 PM   #208
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he never said two first rounders

two #2's is a good start...see matt schaub
That's for a QB that had 3 years of experience and proven himself amongst the coaching staff.

Kirk is still a rookie, but I wouldn't put it past a team trading two 2nds.
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:50 PM   #209
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**** YOU MARA!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and **** your giants you dirty POS.
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:50 PM   #210
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I think shanny is going to take advantage of the poor QB draft and flip cousins for a high pick or picks to replenish what he traded in part. They are set for the future.
He is gonna need a good backup QB for RG3 because he will miss a few games a year the way he uses him.
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I do not, but that's not relevant to anything I've said.
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:51 PM   #212
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Kirk Cousins right now would get a 2nd in return.

The thing is why not keep him under control unless someone gives you 2 second rounders or goes crazy and potentially gives you more.
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:53 PM   #213
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He is gonna need a good backup QB for RG3 because he will miss a few games a year the way he uses him.
I know. That will prolly always be an issue but I think if he can get a good return he should flip cousins while he is hot to help get some picks back.....he can keep drafting QBs in mid to late rounds to develop a backup like he did with cousins
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I do not, but that's not relevant to anything I've said.
Yeah it is, specifically in that you are insinuating that Bowtown doesn't know what he is talking about because he doesn't know Turner. Neither do you so you are no more enlightened than him.
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:56 PM   #215
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I actually think they will start to pick his spots running and make that transition.

RGIII is a great pocket passer. I would rather they use the Steve Young/Jake Plummer type bootleg offense like they did with Cousins.

They will eventually morph into that. This was all about doing whatever it took to win and let's face it that pistol offense with RGIII as the decision maker is damn near unstoppable.
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Yeah it is, specifically in that you are insinuating that Bowtown doesn't know what he is talking about because he doesn't know Turner. Neither do you so you are no more enlightened than him.
... how does me insulting Bowtown for not knowing Turner have anything to do with me knowing Bobby Turner?

I have not said anything that would involve me to know Bobby Turner in order for me to provide accurate information.

You're reaching here.
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... how does me insulting Bowtown for not knowing Turner have anything to do with me knowing Bobby Turner?

I have not said anything that would involve me to know Bobby Turner in order for me to provide accurate information.

You're reaching here.
Not reaching....
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:59 PM   #218
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You know Bobby Turner personally or something?
No but I have a lot better evidence than you.

Turner thrives on a ZBS, McDaniels moved to power blocking. McDaniels proved to be a total personal disaster with other assistant coaches we had (e.g. MIKE NOLAN). Pretty much every holdover coach we had from the Shanahan era ran for the hills (Washington, Houston) when the opportunity arose. If you think that promoting Bobby Turner was the only thing that got him to the Redskins, you are kidding yourself.
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Old 12-30-2012, 10:00 PM   #219
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Hey RedskinBronco where did you go dude? You can breathe easy now. I told you it would be alright. Congrats...division title and home playoff game...and ripping the heart out from your rival.
In fairness RB has been supporting his team lately, although he did say if the skins get blown out by Atlanta he would be pissed.

I did mention to him if the Skins got blown out by Atlanta in the playoffs he would be pissed. I told him that if that happens it mean that the Skins won a playoff game. He seemed unimpressed.

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They ain't trading Cousins. Shanny drafted him because he knows RGIII is going to be hurt now and again, and that's exactly what happened. Your backup has to be competent when you have a tiny dude running around as your number one.
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I actually think they will start to pick his spots running and make that transition.

RGIII is a great pocket passer. I would rather they use the Steve Young/Jake Plummer type bootleg offense like they did with Cousins.

They will eventually morph into that. This was all about doing whatever it took to win and let's face it that pistol offense with RGIII as the decision maker is damn near unstoppable.
There is no offense that is unstoppable.

I personally don't think this offense can handle a physical defense...will be exposed with either Seahawks or Niners.
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Old 12-30-2012, 10:04 PM   #222
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I'm soooooo glad Dallas lost! Living here and listening to everyone talk smack all the time, this week will be pretty enjoyable!

Can't wait to listen to The Ticket (AM 1310) and hear them rip into Da Boy's and red headed Jesus!

This was an excellent weekend for me, capped by the Cowboys loosing!
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There is no offense that is unstoppable.

I personally don't think this offense can handle a physical defense...will be exposed with either Seahawks or Niners.
They got the Seahawks in first round. Although the Seahags do not play well on the road.
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There is no offense that is unstoppable.

I personally don't think this offense can handle a physical defense...will be exposed with either Seahawks or Niners.
we will find out. I am not scared at all of the "road" seahawks.

It's time for payback for 2005 and 2007. I would pick them if it was in seattle but I see the redskins winning next week.

Then Bacchus and I can discuss (soft) atlanta vs. skins.
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No but I have a lot better evidence than you.

Turner thrives on a ZBS, McDaniels moved to power blocking. McDaniels proved to be a total personal disaster with other assistant coaches we had (e.g. MIKE NOLAN). Pretty much every holdover coach we had from the Shanahan era ran for the hills (Washington, Houston) when the opportunity arose. If you think that promoting Bobby Turner was the only thing that got him to the Redskins, you are kidding yourself.
True, I think Bobby Turner would be more comfortable as a fit in the ZBS but I think McDaniels knew his talents hence why he wanted to keep him.

Do the research...Mike Nolan is a head case in his self. He's never found a constant home yet he's able to produce a competitive defense.

I don't know the exact coaches that left, but there are two completely different systems and ways of coaching a football team from McDaniels to Shanahan. Shanahan coaches a soft football team.

So, they probably left to go to teams that fit their comfort zone better. The system and culture that is currently in place in Denver could never be attained by a coach like Shanahan.
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