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  1. Heimerdinger - right now i would gladley welcome Hacket back, Heimerdinger is terrible, u have a quarter back who has never started an nfl game, shouldnt part of ur game plan invole thrwoing to a tight end? Bakers firt catch came in the third quarter and I think he threw to Coles once the whole game. Also who saw in the first quarter on third and long and he calls a run up the middle, either have enough confidence to let Bollinger throw or u might as well start Vinny. McCareins- can't catch Fabini- Done Martin- Done Barrett- looks like hes scared to make a tackle. Law- really needs to step his game up for all that ******* money. However the one guy i was impressed with was Bollinger, first start in the nfl against probaly the best defense in the nfl wiht three probowlers in the secondery, his recievers cnt catch, heimerdinger's giveing him sh*tty plays all game and he still manages to put up decent numbers and not make one turnover.
  2. Heimerdinger - right now i would gladley welcome Hacket back, Heimerdinger is terrible, u have a quarter back who has never started an nfl game, shouldnt part of ur game plan invole thrwoing to a tight end? Bakers firt catch came in the third quarter and I think he threw to Coles once the whole game. Also who saw in the first quarter on third and long and he calls a run up the middle, either have enough confidence to let Bollinger throw or u might as well start Vinny. McCareins- can't catch Fabini- Done Martin- Done Barrett- looks like hes scared to make a tackle. Law- really needs to step his game up for all that ******* money. However the one guy i was impressed with was Bollinger, first start in the nfl against probaly the best defense in the nfl wiht three probowlers in the secondery, his recievers cnt catch, heimerdinger's giveing him sh*tty plays all game and he still manages to put up decent numbers and not make one turnover.
  3. Redskins | Moss Lands Six-Year Extension - from www.KFFL.com Wed, 4 May 2005 14:30:46 -0700 ESPN.com's Len Pasquarelli reports the Washington Redskins signed WR Santana Moss to a six-year contract extension worth $31 million. The sixth year of the contract is voidable, if Moss merely reaches minimum playing time levels, so the five-year value is $26.55 million. The deal includes $11 million in combined signing and option bonuses, to be paid out over two years. Moss, who is expected to officially sign the deal Thursday, May 5, was entering his final year of his contract in 2005. thats more than we gave coles i think
  4. anyone know wut time the new episodes on
  5. Chad Pennington stood in the huddle with a clipboard in his hands, barking encouragement to Jay Fiedler as he ran the offense. Pennington didn't stop there. After rookie Mike Nugent missed his first kick as a Jet and struggled with his second attempt, Pennington urged him to remember the 55-yard field goal he made last year to give Ohio State a 24-21 win over Marshall, Pennington's alma mater. Nugent made it. So it went as the Jets opened mini-camp. Though Pennington didn't participate while he continues to rehab his surgically repaired right shoulder, the franchise quarterback made his presence felt, spreading enthusiasm whenever he could. Pennington should begin throwing in June and said there is "no doubt" he will be ready for the Jets' season opener Sept. 11 against Kansas City. Though it is unclear how much Pennington will be able to do in training camp, he is preparing himself for the regular season. "Our goal, just like every player's goal, is to be ready for that opening day game," he said. "Not to be totally ready for mini-camp or even totally ready for training camp. It's not like we just have one month to go. We have three or four months left and that's why we feel really good about everything."
  6. pouha should wear his colege number 90 its availible
  7. we r set at WR Coles, McCareins, Chrebet, Cotchery, Carter, and Williams if hes any good
  8. straits number 21 unless he switched back to 27
  9. Think about it had we stayed at 26 we would of taken justin miller and everyone would have been thrilled, not only do we get him in the bottom of the second round but we also get vineterri II and solid tight end, im not crazy about sione pouha but i really like the two safetys we got and dreessen looks like hes gunna be good
  10. i wish he was picked by another team, ******* blacksttock was there waiting for us to pick him and we reach for a 26 year old rookie
  11. BIO: Two-year starter who posted 36/3/2 as a senior on his way to All-Conference honors. POSITIVES: Big interior tackle who flashes the ability to dominate. Plays low with leverage, gets underneath opponents, then wedges through blocks. Displays body control, balance and rarely off his feet. Drives up the field, explosive at the point and quickly locates the ball. Tough and works hard chasing to get involved in the action. NEGATIVES: Slow shedding blocks and rather easily handled at the point by a single lineman. Not a nifty, nimble player and more of a straight line defender. Will be 26 by the time the NFL season starts in September. ANALYSIS: A large lineman who flashes athleticism, Pouha has been marginally productive on the college level and never met expectations. Offers good upside, but must become more consistent to have any chance at the next level. PROJECTION: Undrafted Free Agent
  12. Pouha was NOT a projected UDFA. And even if he was taken a round early, he's only a reach if he busts. The man is HUGE and fits in perfectly as our run-stuffing NT. hes a pick maybe if we drafted in the sixth round i wouldnt have a problem but look at who we could have got with this pick

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