Author Topic: Washington [Insert Name Here for an NFL team] Thread (2020)  (Read 6887 times)

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Offline skippy1999

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Have you renamed your dog yet?
You must have missed his Facebook post, he requested to be called Newton at the beginninh of the season ;) now he thinks he’ll stick with his nickname “peanut” :)

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You must have missed his Facebook post, he requested to be called Newton at the beginninh of the season ;) now he thinks he’ll stick with his nickname “peanut” :)

Newton...  :hysterical:

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I'm going to enjoy watching the Washington D line work on Brady.  Some good pressure up the middle to get his feet moving and prevent him from stepping up.  Del Rio has given him trouble in the past. 

Lol

So like, you just haven't watched Tom Brady the last 10+ years?

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Offline Natsinpwc

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Watching Heineke makes me thirsty. 

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Watching Heineke makes me thirsty.
He’s not bad when he has time.

Offline Natsinpwc

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I believe someone here said that Heineke was the WB when Old Dominion beat Virginia Tech. But he was long gone. That was Blake LaRussa.

Offline imref

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Heineke has had a pretty amazing journey to this spot.

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Heineke has had a pretty amazing journey to this spot.

It's not often you get to see someone play one game with an opportunity to turn it into a career as a pro athlete.   If he can keep this up and look like an nfl qb all game, he'll get a contract as a backup somewhere, maybe here.

Offline skippy1999

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Jack del Rio against Brady  :? gonna be a blood bath

Offline imref

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Brady makes it look so effortless.

Offline Natsinpwc

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Well Chase Young is not backing up his talk. No pressure on Brady from him or anyone else.

Don’t understand why TB went for two there.

Offline Natsinpwc

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Brady makes it look so effortless.
No pressure on him. He has some weapons. More than he has the last couple years at Boston.

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We’re trying to figure out if anyone in the NFL was even in college when Brady made his debut. We’ve only been able to come up with Brees, rivers, Frank Gore and the long snapper in Dallas.

Offline skippy1999

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Booooo catch a ball Washington receivers

Offline Natsinpwc

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If the Caps falter this year Washington could have all four major teams with losing records. Five if you throw in DC United.

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If the Caps falter this year Washington could have all four major teams with losing records. Five if you throw in DC United.
Aren’t you a ray of sunshine :lol:

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Just a terrible holding call. 

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Another ridiculous call.

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Another ridiculous call.

Yeah...but the ball did indeed hit the guys handwarmer...

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These refs are a goddam disgrace

Offline Natsinpwc

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Yeah...but the ball did indeed hit the guys handwarmer...
I meant calling him for carrying the ball into the end zone and giving them the ball at the 20. Have never seen that called before.

Offline Natsinpwc

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They even took their time getting in to call that fumble recovery.