Still room left on the Redskins' Bandwagon

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  1. jbernard703
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    Just wanted to let everyone know there is still room on the Skins' Bandwagon. We have had lots of people get on now that we have one of the top 5 coaches in the history of the league and now that we have Donovan "F" McNabb. So for all of you Cowboy fans who have never even seen the state of Texas and you Steelers fans who can only name one person on the team, come aboard it will be a fun ride.

    P.S.- 12 and 4 is my official prediction. Write it down, take a picture, I dont give a F%#k.
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    Maybe 8-8 or 9-7 at best. I used to have season tickets but gave them back. They keep falling into the same situation. Sort of like permanent ground hog day for the skins.
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    Way different situation. In the old days we would have given every first round draft pick for McNabb. This time all we are really giving is a 2nd rounder, that is a steal. Plus Shanahan is letting everyone know he is the boss, no more diva attitudes allowed.
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    Redskins Imploding Under New Leadership

    The Washington Redskins new era of leadership under GM Bruce Allen and head coach Mike Shanahan is getting off to a rocky, and odd start.
    Put the Donovan McNabb trade aside, and you’ve got a bubble ready to burst from Albert Haynesworth’s skull.
    As the Redskins Insider reports, Allen has already said he would have never paid $100 million for Haynesworth.
    That’s strike 1.
    Strike 2 comes from the report that the Redskins tried to include Haynesworth in the trade for McNabb, but the Eagles balked–rightly so! Who wants to absorb that guy’s ridiculous contract?
    Strike 3 comes from Shanahan, who gave a politically correct criticism of Haynesworth’s refusal to attend camp. Shanahan says he would expect a football player on any team to be doing the things he needs to do to get into shape.
    Instead, the fat-ass Haynesworth tells Shanahan face to face that he’s not attending the camps, even after getting a $32 million paycheck.
    Haynesworth is a loser. The Redskins are losers. This entire ordeal has the odor of Loserville.
    RIP, Redskins. Rest in peace.

    \m/ COWBOYS! \m/
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    Haynesworth is fat and lazy no debate here. He will be traded, cut or will man up and become an all-pro. Then he will stomp on a Cowboy's face again and we Redskins fans will embrace him.
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    I think Haynesworth was the final nail in Venny Cerrato's coffin. He'll be gone before the season starts and Portis will will be carrying his luggage!