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y4j1981 Kolbasz Since: 1.4.03 From: Dale City, Virginia Since last post: 2146 days Last activity: 2086 days # 1 Posted on 10.3.05 1003.40 | Instant Rating: 2.29 Yes, we don't need the "When have the Redskins had a good season?" jokes. Anyway lets see: Laveranues Coles: Traded to Jets Fred Smoot: Went to Vikings Antonio Pierce: Went to Giants Rod Gardner: Given permission to look for a trade Sadly I believe their next season might go worse off then this past one went. I knew about Coles leaving but I didn't know Smoot and Pierce were looking to leave as well. So anyone have any idea how the 'Skins should approach the draft this year? (edited by y4j1981 on 10.3.05 1108) Promote this thread!
Zeruel Thirty Millionth Hit Moderator Since: 2.1.02 From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary. Since last post: 9 days Last activity: 1 day # 2 Posted on 10.3.05 1211.15 | Instant Rating: 4.05 With Smooty gone, I think we need a DB. We need a speedy DB that can fit into Williams' Blitzing D. "You want to tempt the wrath of the whatever from high atop the thing?" --Toby, West Wing
brick Bockwurst Since: 17.1.02 From: Pittsburgh, PA Since last post: 699 days Last activity: 695 days # 3 Posted on 10.3.05 1226.59 | Instant Rating: 5.64 I don't know, every year the Redskins sign every warm body to a huge contract and then suck. Maybe losing all their players will make them a better team. Than again, maybe not.
TheCow Landjager Since: 3.1.02 From: Knoxville, TN Since last post: 2609 days Last activity: 2609 days
Y!: # 4 Posted on 10.3.05 1420.04 | Instant Rating: 7.00
It's the NFL. They're just as likely to go 4-12 after losing everyone than they are 12-4. It hurts, but it's true. Heck, when Arizona might be able to compete next year, anything can happen.
It would be hard to justify anyone other than Sapp in that spot, with the lack of game breakers in the NFC at DT and the extra consideration voters seem to give sack numbers.
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