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Old 03-12-2012, 05:07 PM   #106
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why just because Now > Then ?
Do you want the money i owe you now or next year?
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Old 03-12-2012, 05:17 PM   #107
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Do you want the money i owe you now or next year?
yeah makes sense I guess

so then I assume the points go down more and more each year...making it like 2012 > 2013 > 2014 etc


but I'm sure it STILL is greater than 1,000 point difference...


something like:

Rams:
2012 2nd pick = 2,600 points

Skins:
2012 6th pick = 1,600 points
2012 38th pick = 520 points
2013 "1st round nth pick" = 1,000 points
2014 "1st round nth pick" = 800 points

something like that is my guess...

obvioulsy mcuh depends on how the Skins do, but I am sure the Rams will get much more in terms of that silly value point system that obvioulsy the skins don't go by lol
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Do you know how dumb this is?

This is the NFL. The same shit was being said about the Bengals last year.

Tough division, young team...rookie QB, of they're going to be 3-13!

Look what happened. **** outta here.


Do you know what Las Vegas is?

It's called ODDS.

and the ODDS are that Washington will suck next year.
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http://www.allmediany.com/details_ne...ews_artid=3198


yep Skkins one of the worst, those odds will go up because of RG3 though...look at the Colts being 25-1 just because of Luck despite not having anything else...

I would jump in and bet against the Colts, cept you have to put down $25 to win $1...would need a lot of money to make that worth wild
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If I had a $100,000 to spare.... I'd bet against the Patriots winning the Super Bowl and pick up $20,000.

But I'd probably feel a little more comfortable betting $100,000 against the Giants... pick up $12,500.... No way in hell Eli wins it again next year.
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If I had a $100,000 to spare.... I'd bet against the Patriots winning the Super Bowl and pick up $20,000.

But I'd probably feel a little more comfortable betting $100,000 against the Giants... pick up $12,500.... No way in hell Eli wins it again next year.
of all the top ones that pay out decent I would bet against the Eagles...I just can't see Vick and them ever getting it together for an entire playoff run.

can't believe they are still one of the favorites after this year...I just can't see Vick ever holding up a trophy
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How in the **** is Indy 25:1? I'm about to put my life savings on that.
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Old 03-13-2012, 04:33 AM   #113
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Rams will get either Morris Claiborne, the best CB in the draft...or Blackmon

one of those 2 will fall to them at #6



all depends on which one the Browns take
My heart says Blackmon... My head says Claiborne. I don't have a huge problem with either one. I really like Coples, too, but 4 is a little high for him at the moment, it seems. Don't be shocked if the Browns trade down again with a team that is wild about Blackmon.
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My heart says Blackmon... My head says Claiborne. I don't have a huge problem with either one. I really like Coples, too, but 4 is a little high for him at the moment, it seems. Don't be shocked if the Browns trade down again with a team that is wild about Blackmon.

Man, but how could Cleveland say no to Blackmon though? It would have to almost be a Redskins trade in my eyes to send Blackmon packing somewhere else. Seems like the perfect pick IMO for DA Browns. But damn, just remembered Richardson, too.

Forget everything I just said. Richardson's a g.
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Greatest FA move in Redskins history.
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Greatest FA move in Redskins history.
What does FA stand for, out of curiosity? Do you mean FO (front office)?


RG3 is admittedly worked out way better for Washington so far than I could have ever imagined. He is a very gifted player. I mean, I knew that going into the draft, which is why I wanted the Browns to get him, but I didn't think he would have this kind of impact right out of the gates. One thing I will say is this... I feel like he landed in a perfect situation as far as the coaching is concerned. A lot of his success this year is due to the offensive scheme which has been developed around his skillset and Shanahan is to be commended for that.

It is essentially a more complicated version of the Baylor offense he thrived in.

Had it been the Browns who moved up and got him at No. 2, I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that something so drastic with the scheme would not have happened. Shurmur and Co. are very committed to the West Coast Offense and he would have had to adjust to their scheme... Whereas Shanahan very shrewdly adjusted his scheme to fit the talent of RG3.


At the end of the day, I feel like it worked out for both teams thus far. Despite neither having a very good record, Washington has found its franchise QB and a scheme that has highlighted and will continue to highlight his greatest strengths.

The Browns picked up a cornerstone to their offense in Richardson, who has very quietly had a tremendous rookie year... And even Weeden, a pick I despised, has been successful thus far considering the circumstances, imo. Then, you have Josh Gordon... A guy who looks to have the potential of an elite WR and we got him in the second round of the supplemental draft... A pick we absolutely would not have had if we made the RG3 deal.

Other great pickups like Mitchell Schwartz, who has an argument for best rookie offensive lineman in the league this year, also would have never been on the team if the deal had been made. And, still other impactful rookies like Billy Winn, John Hughes, Travis Benjamin and Trevin Wade... most of those guys would probably not be here either. The 2012 draft, at least so far, has been VERY good for the Browns. Lots of guys contributing heavily already.


If you told me right now the Browns could have RG3 for Trent Richardson, Brandon Weeden, Mitchell Scwartz, Josh Gordon, and next year's No. 1 pick, I'm not sure I do it. Yes, I know how important getting your franchise QB is. Yes, I know RG3 has been insanely good this year.

But, I'm not sure he would have had the same success in Cleveland (actually, I flat-out don't think he would) and it would have essentially wiped away what was a very good draft for the Browns (those later picks likely wouldn't have been made, because we would have had to fill other needs with no 1sts or 2nds).

When all was said and done, the Redskins got a certified beast in exactly the right situation for him to succeed, the Rams are now loaded down with picks and young talent to become a contender a couple years down the road, and the Browns used those picks they would have had to give up to become what I think is a very talented young team that could do something in the next few years.

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Had it been the Browns who moved up and got him at No. 2, I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that something so drastic with the scheme would not have happened. Shurmur and Co. are very committed to the West Coast Offense and he would have had to adjust to their scheme... Whereas Shanahan very shrewdly adjusted his scheme to fit the talent of RG3.

Why do you think RGIII couldnt excel in the West Coast Offense???
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What does FA stand for, out of curiosity? Do you mean FO (front office)?


RG3 is admittedly worked out way better for Washington so far than I could have ever imagined. He is a very gifted player. I mean, I knew that going into the draft, which is why I wanted the Browns to get him, but I didn't think he would have this kind of impact right out of the gates. One thing I will say is this... I feel like he landed in a perfect situation as far as the coaching is concerned. A lot of his success this year is due to the offensive scheme which has been developed around his skillset and Shanahan is to be commended for that.

It is essentially a more complicated version of the Baylor offense he thrived in.

Had it been the Browns who moved up and got him at No. 2, I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that something so drastic with the scheme would not have happened. Shurmur and Co. are very committed to the West Coast Offense and he would have had to adjust to their scheme... Whereas Shanahan very shrewdly adjusted his scheme to fit the talent of RG3.


At the end of the day, I feel like it worked out for both teams thus far. Despite neither having a very good record, Washington has found its franchise QB and a scheme that has highlighted and will continue to highlight his greatest strengths.

The Browns picked up a cornerstone to their offense in Richardson, who has very quietly had a tremendous rookie year... And even Weeden, a pick I despised, has been successful thus far considering the circumstances, imo. Then, you have Josh Gordon... A guy who looks to have the potential of an elite WR and we got him in the second round of the supplemental draft... A pick we absolutely would not have had if we made the RG3 deal.

Other great pickups like Mitchell Schwartz, who has an argument for best rookie offensive lineman in the league this year, also would have never been on the team if the deal had been made. And, still other impactful rookies like Billy Winn, John Hughes, Travis Benjamin and Trevin Wade... most of those guys would probably not be here either. The 2012 draft, at least so far, has been VERY good for the Browns. Lots of guys contributing heavily already.


If you told me right now the Browns could have RG3 for Trent Richardson, Brandon Weeden, Mitchell Scwartz, Josh Gordon, and next year's No. 1 pick, I'm not sure I do it. Yes, I know how important getting your franchise QB is. Yes, I know RG3 has been insanely good this year.

But, I'm not sure he would have had the same success in Cleveland (actually, I flat-out don't think he would) and it would have essentially wiped away what was a very good draft for the Browns (those later picks likely wouldn't have been made, because we would have had to fill other needs with no 1sts or 2nds).

When all was said and done, the Redskins got a certified beast in exactly the right situation for him to succeed, the Rams are now loaded down with picks and young talent to become a contender a couple years down the road, and the Browns used those picks they would have had to give up to become what I think is a very talented young team that could do something in the next few years.

Of course you'd do it. Even with all those playes you're still one of the worst teams in the league and probably will continue to be so unless Weeden becomes a top 10ish quarterback, and I have my doubts.

With RG3 you'd have the next 10-12 years where you knew the guy behind center was capable of spectacular things and a guy who the rest of the team and city could have temendous confidence in. A franchise QB is the most valued commodity in football by far, a true superstar even more so. Look at what he has done for Washington, a team riddled with injuries and not great talent to begin with.

Trent isn't having a quietly tremendous rookie year either. He has been dinged up, averaging 3.7 yards a carry and 3 fumbles. May not reach 1000 yards rushing.
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What does FA stand for, out of curiosity? Do you mean FO (front office)?


RG3 is admittedly worked out way better for Washington so far than I could have ever imagined. He is a very gifted player. I mean, I knew that going into the draft, which is why I wanted the Browns to get him, but I didn't think he would have this kind of impact right out of the gates. One thing I will say is this... I feel like he landed in a perfect situation as far as the coaching is concerned. A lot of his success this year is due to the offensive scheme which has been developed around his skillset and Shanahan is to be commended for that.

It is essentially a more complicated version of the Baylor offense he thrived in.

Had it been the Browns who moved up and got him at No. 2, I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that something so drastic with the scheme would not have happened. Shurmur and Co. are very committed to the West Coast Offense and he would have had to adjust to their scheme... Whereas Shanahan very shrewdly adjusted his scheme to fit the talent of RG3.


At the end of the day, I feel like it worked out for both teams thus far. Despite neither having a very good record, Washington has found its franchise QB and a scheme that has highlighted and will continue to highlight his greatest strengths.

The Browns picked up a cornerstone to their offense in Richardson, who has very quietly had a tremendous rookie year... And even Weeden, a pick I despised, has been successful thus far considering the circumstances, imo. Then, you have Josh Gordon... A guy who looks to have the potential of an elite WR and we got him in the second round of the supplemental draft... A pick we absolutely would not have had if we made the RG3 deal.

Other great pickups like Mitchell Schwartz, who has an argument for best rookie offensive lineman in the league this year, also would have never been on the team if the deal had been made. And, still other impactful rookies like Billy Winn, John Hughes, Travis Benjamin and Trevin Wade... most of those guys would probably not be here either. The 2012 draft, at least so far, has been VERY good for the Browns. Lots of guys contributing heavily already.


If you told me right now the Browns could have RG3 for Trent Richardson, Brandon Weeden, Mitchell Scwartz, Josh Gordon, and next year's No. 1 pick, I'm not sure I do it. Yes, I know how important getting your franchise QB is. Yes, I know RG3 has been insanely good this year.

But, I'm not sure he would have had the same success in Cleveland (actually, I flat-out don't think he would) and it would have essentially wiped away what was a very good draft for the Browns (those later picks likely wouldn't have been made, because we would have had to fill other needs with no 1sts or 2nds).

When all was said and done, the Redskins got a certified beast in exactly the right situation for him to succeed, the Rams are now loaded down with picks and young talent to become a contender a couple years down the road, and the Browns used those picks they would have had to give up to become what I think is a very talented young team that could do something in the next few years.
Yeah, not taking any shots at the Browns. Cleveland has some nice young talent on their team on both sides of the field and Weeden has been pretty good this year outside of Week 1
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