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Since: Aug 08

Chestertown, MD

#109 Dec 3, 2008
Cut_Clayton_Now wrote:
<quoted text> Yes I think Pissburgh will beat on the Cowgirls like a drum. Beating the Seahags and 69ers is like Ravens beating the Bungles and Brownies-it dont mean squat but the media has them as a Dynasty in the works.
I mean, has the media seen their schedule?

@Steelers
vs. Giants
vs. Ravens
@Eagles

Even Emmitt Smith himself said they won't survive that to make the playoffs. Yet, most analysts will say that they will make the playoffs, but can't even tell you why.

If we take care of business against the Redskins, our only true beat up game will be against the Steelers before we play the Cowboys.

Barber and Ware both are not healthy and they have to play the Steelers and the Giants before us. Then the Eagles.

Ray Lewis has already personally put two running backs on IR. Even though the Giants ran all over us, we put Jacobs on the sidelines for the second half of that game and the next game.

Honestly.

“GO RAVENS!”

Since: Nov 07

Los Angeles, CA

#110 Dec 3, 2008
The Ravens will blow out the Deadskins!
Struds

Woodbridge, VA

#111 Dec 3, 2008
GoSteelers wrote:
The Ravens are having a good year - true, but the fans just seem to so full of themselves. Let's not forget that your schedule has been relatively easy compared to the Steelers.
The Steelers are a very good team. The schedules are damned near matching.
Joe

Washington, DC

#112 Dec 3, 2008
Mr Football wrote:
<quoted text>
Well Joe maybe I should remind you that your Redskins once called Fenway Park their home. Guess what? They abruptly left Boston because of lack of fan support and made their home in DC. Guess you are backing a team that you should despise based on your morality issues. Sorry to pull down the curtain on you.
I HATE THE REDSKINS, got it? And I hate football, that was taken from me on 3/31/84. I am pleased when I hear that they lost and am equally pleased when I hear or if I hear that the purple's lost. Hence my dilemma in post #2 but I have since worked it out. If the purple team beats the red team, then I can almost cross off the red team, so thats a huge plus, if the red team wins then I have to worry about both teams in the playoffs.
jon dey

Quispamsis, Canada

#113 Dec 3, 2008
GoSteelers wrote:
The Ravens are having a good year - true, but the fans just seem to so full of themselves. Let's not forget that your schedule has been relatively easy compared to the Steelers.
It wasn't easy when it was first drawn up. Cleveland had a good year at 10-6, the Texans were up and coming with a 500 record, Eagles were expected to challenge for the lead after an 8-8 season, Jax were 11-5 Titans 10-6,Dallas 13-3 Giants are defending SB champs, even Cincy was 7-9, Pitts 10-6 and the Colts were 13-3. So tell me what was so easy about the schedule when it was written up? I just hope Trembley and the idiot Boyz read this and reply.

Since: Jun 08

Ellicott City, Maryland

#114 Dec 3, 2008
Fire Trembley wrote:
My God. I've never seen so many deluded homers in my life. You fools realize that the Skins have managed a 7-5 record in the toughest division in football, right??? They are going to have our boys grabbing their ankles by half time.
They lost at home to the Rams, coward. Keep on avoiding me when I call you out coward.

Anyone with any football common sense (which you clearly lack) would recognize that the Ravens are a nightmarish match-up for the Redskins.

Since: Jun 08

Ellicott City, Maryland

#115 Dec 3, 2008
Joe wrote:
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I HATE THE REDSKINS, got it? And I hate football, that was taken from me on 3/31/84. I am pleased when I hear that they lost and am equally pleased when I hear or if I hear that the purple's lost. Hence my dilemma in post #2 but I have since worked it out. If the purple team beats the red team, then I can almost cross off the red team, so thats a huge plus, if the red team wins then I have to worry about both teams in the playoffs.
Referring to teams as their colors makes you sound like a tool.

Also: The Redskins' team colors do not include red. The next time you try to be a fool who trolls football boards yet claims he doesn't like football, don't pull a Jim Zorn by getting the team's colors wrong.

We have already called you out on your foolish morality issues but you won't address us b/c you are wrong. You still won't comment on baseball's numerous work stoppages.

Since: Jun 08

Ellicott City, Maryland

#116 Dec 3, 2008
Joe wrote:
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I HATE THE REDSKINS, got it? And I hate football, that was taken from me on 3/31/84. I am pleased when I hear that they lost and am equally pleased when I hear or if I hear that the purple's lost. Hence my dilemma in post #2 but I have since worked it out. If the purple team beats the red team, then I can almost cross off the red team, so thats a huge plus, if the red team wins then I have to worry about both teams in the playoffs.
Furthermore, why are you going to be worried about them in the playoffs if you hate football? If you truly hated football then you wouldn't care about what Redskins fans had to say.

I just called you out again and if you don't respond you will meet my expectations.
kevin

United States

#117 Dec 3, 2008
go steelers: the reason you think your schedule is harder then the ravens is because you figure the ravens is a tough two games and we get to play the steelers- even though the rabbits foot steelers beat us at home on a fluke fumble return. cut clayton now; i would change that name cause it makes you look so foolish before you say anything fire trembley; the steelers do not play the skins this week -the ravens do.
Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#118 Dec 4, 2008
Fire Trembley wrote:
I fully expect the Skins to come in here and embarrass us on Sunday. Carlos Rodgers and DeAngelo Hall will play lock down defense on our receivers. It's going to be a rough day for Flacco. 3 or more picks is a strong possibility.
UH..You sure about that? You are on record hater!
Bruce

United States

#119 Dec 4, 2008
AngryDragon84 wrote:
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The Brooklyn Dodgers were supported. Their franchise got taken away from them.
For years Cleveland didn't support the Indians. For years Philadephia didn't support the Phillies. Does that mean that both franchises should have been moved?
In one word, yes. If a city (and by that I mean the fans) do not support the team by not filling the stands, the team should have every right to move. Why should they stay? Loyalty? Love of that city? That would be fine if they were just playing for pride and doing it for nothing. But all sports owners are out to make money. That's not a good or bad thing, just economics. If the fans don't support their teams then how are the owners supposed to pay the players and become competitive. No, the fans have to support their team, otherwise they have every right to move. I do agree though that if a team still fills the stands and the owners are making a profit, then the owners should not be allowed to move them. I wished we could make that a law.
Mark

New York, NY

#120 Dec 4, 2008
GHT wrote:
<quoted text>and you do realize the Ravens are playing nearly an image schedule right? The NFC East and AFC North teams battle this tear. Steelers, Browns (who beat the Giants) Bengals, Eagles, Dallas and Giants are all common to the Skins and Ravens. Not sure what point you're trying to make other than baloney like usual.
And what's funny about that is when the Ravens trashed the Eagles Trambley said it was because they were a "dysfunctional" team. This is the same team that beat Pittsburgh but when the Ravens beat them they are dysfunctional. He himself said it is the "toughest" division in football. Should they beat the Redskins this week, they will be 2-1 against the NFC east.
Samantha

Port Saint Lucie, FL

#121 Dec 4, 2008
I would like to see all of you go out there and play.. the redskins are amazing & just because jason campbell has bad games means nothing.. baltimore has one win over us.. cant be much better! and last time i checked, clinton portis is in 2nd place for rushing yards and our wide receivers are amazing. and hall is the interception man! so shutup & GO REDSKINS!!!!!
No white on white unis

Gainesville, VA

#122 Dec 4, 2008
JC sucks, you want to win? Bench Campbell.
Bruce

United States

#123 Dec 4, 2008
Samantha wrote:
I would like to see all of you go out there and play.. the redskins are amazing & just because jason campbell has bad games means nothing.. baltimore has one win over us.. cant be much better! and last time i checked, clinton portis is in 2nd place for rushing yards and our wide receivers are amazing. and hall is the interception man! so shutup & GO REDSKINS!!!!!
Can I have whatever drugs you are taking?
Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#124 Dec 5, 2008
Samantha wrote:
I would like to see all of you go out there and play.. the redskins are amazing & just because jason campbell has bad games means nothing.. baltimore has one win over us.. cant be much better! and last time i checked, clinton portis is in 2nd place for rushing yards and our wide receivers are amazing. and hall is the interception man! so shutup & GO REDSKINS!!!!!
Actually, The Ravens have beat your a*s twice. JEEEEEZZZZZZ. Are you a Sun writer?
No white on white unis

Gainesville, VA

#125 Dec 7, 2008
Nothing to lose now. Jason has NO presence on the sidelines or in the huddle. He needs to go and it's time to give someone else a chance, actually past time.
Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#126 Dec 8, 2008
Fire Trembley wrote:
I fully expect the Skins to come in here and embarrass us on Sunday. Carlos Rodgers and DeAngelo Hall will play lock down defense on our receivers. It's going to be a rough day for Flacco. 3 or more picks is a strong possibility.

What an idiot!! Wrong again fool.

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