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Old 11-08-2011, 05:35 PM   #16
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good ridiance you fat piece of sh*t
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:36 PM   #17
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Is Ocho Cinco next?
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:40 PM   #18
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Is Ocho Cinco next?
He might be the most likely but you don't get cut just for being unproductive. Haynesworth got into it with one of the coaches on the sideline and that was the final straw. Don't think Ocho has crossed that line yet.
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lol the o-lineman's like "is he gonna get up?...no, ok"
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Old 11-08-2011, 07:22 PM   #20
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Is Ocho Cinco next?
Surely he will be cut, I'm surprised he hasn't been already.

As for Haynesworth, I think he's done. What team would want to take a risk with him at this stage of his career? If the Patriots couldn't utilize him then who will?
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I knew this would happen. I tried to warn Pats fans that he is a sociopath and truly does not care. What a waste of talent and an overall dislikable person. He should be done in this league and that is justice to him. Sell your boat and all the other crap you bought with Snyder's millions. I have a feeling you will be encountered with further law suits in the future
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Old 11-08-2011, 09:14 PM   #22
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I remember somebody on here was actually defending that play.

That was me.



I defend his ability to get 6-7 yards of penetration on a pass play up the middle even if that means when he falls to the ground afterwards and doesn't get back up.
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That was me.



I defend his ability to get 6-7 yards of penetration on a pass play up the middle even if that means when he falls to the ground afterwards and doesn't get back up.
You once called a 30 snap player the best defensive player in football. Even in his contract year he still took plays off.
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Old 11-08-2011, 09:33 PM   #24
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It doesn't make any sense why you bring that up. He was playing at an absolute beast level in his later Tennessee days. Any person who paid attention to him that year knew how dominant he was.

Why do you think he got paid so hefty? Because of what he showed in Tennessee. Not like I was saying he was still the best in Washington. Money made him lazy.
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BTW, I don't recall Haynesworth only playing 30 snaps. Not sure where you got that from.

If he did only play 30 snaps a game, then he had a much larger impact on defense than I initially thought. Some Titan fan did some fun facts about Haynesworth in ;07 and they came out with this.

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Record WITH Haynesworth: 7-2
Record WITHOUT Haynesworth: 0-3

Avg Points Allowed WITH Haynesworth: 15.0
Avg Points Allowed WITHOUT Haynesworth: 32.3

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Avg Rush Yds Allowed WITHOUT Haynesworth: 160

Avg Sacks WITH Haynesworth: 2.8
Avg Sacks WITHOUT Haynesworth: .66
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BTW, I don't recall Haynesworth only playing 30 snaps. Not sure where you got that from.

If he did only play 30 snaps a game, then he had a much larger impact on defense than I initially thought. Some Titan fan did some fun facts about Haynesworth in ;07 and they came out with this.
I call him a 30 snap player because he'd only play hard for 30 snaps...that was his nickname amongst players/media/etc.

I'm mostly busting your balls, he was quite the disruptive force in his contract year. I still don't think at any point he was quite as good as you thought he was considering his poor work ethic/track record/etc.
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Old 11-09-2011, 05:22 AM   #27
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Haynesworth was a beast for Tennessee in the games he played in 06/07/08. While his effort has always been questioned over the years I'm a bit surprised that his injury history hasn't been mentioned more often. Even in Tennessee in the years I mentioned he constantly had knee issues which is probably the biggest reason why the Titans didn't try harder to keep him in middle Tennessee. Anyways I see him ending up in either Detroit or Philly; Jim Schwarts and Jim Washburn were the only coaches that were able to get effort out of him. Also both those d-lines have players that will attract a lot of attention which will make his life a bit easier if he has anything left in the tank.
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Old 11-09-2011, 10:31 AM   #28
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Haynesworth was a beast for Tennessee in the games he played in 06/07/08. While his effort has always been questioned over the years I'm a bit surprised that his injury history hasn't been mentioned more often. Even in Tennessee in the years I mentioned he constantly had knee issues which is probably the biggest reason why the Titans didn't try harder to keep him in middle Tennessee. Anyways I see him ending up in either Detroit or Philly; Jim Schwarts and Jim Washburn were the only coaches that were able to get effort out of him. Also both those d-lines have players that will attract a lot of attention which will make his life a bit easier if he has anything left in the tank.


if Belichek, playing for the Pats, and the motivation to make the Skins pay for getting rid of him wasn't motivation enough, i doubt he'll ever get it. i'm not sure if he can get it again since dude is constantly hurt or acting it missing practices but wants to play in games but that shit doesn't fly with good coaches. and its no wonder he's so out of shape considering he barely seems to practice...
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Old 11-09-2011, 12:44 PM   #29
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Haynesworth was a beast for Tennessee in the games he played in 06/07/08. While his effort has always been questioned over the years I'm a bit surprised that his injury history hasn't been mentioned more often. Even in Tennessee in the years I mentioned he constantly had knee issues which is probably the biggest reason why the Titans didn't try harder to keep him in middle Tennessee. Anyways I see him ending up in either Detroit or Philly; Jim Schwarts and Jim Washburn were the only coaches that were able to get effort out of him. Also both those d-lines have players that will attract a lot of attention which will make his life a bit easier if he has anything left in the tank.
as a lions fan, I sure hope not. Id rather have our current 5 DT players ride it out than bring that dude in at this point.
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78 is like 'Umm...wtf??!?!?! Is he going to get up? Guess not! Oops best go block that other guy...'

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