Remember the last time he had to chose vikings or Seahawks that seemed like a no brainer right..
Last edited by redskin301; September-5th-2010 at 08:56 PM.
Shanahan+McNabb=superbowl (thanks soup for the sig )
Going on record and saying if we do sign him, we're going to regret the signing.
I think he's a good player but he won't add as much as we expect him to and he'll take snaps away from potential young starters down the road in Armstrong and DT. I'd be surprised to see him put up the kind of numbers people are thinking he's going to and I do just see him as a player who is looking for one final payday.
I will be the first to say that Ive never really been a Housh fan. Although, at the same time Ill be one of the firsts to tell you we need a tall receiver and all the offensive help we can get. To the peeps that basically say "He wont help", well quote me as saying "He sure as hell cant hurt".
When he was released by the 'Hawks I thought he would be a great match in our offense. He's a physical receiver and plays to win. He does not know what backing down with DB's is all about. T.J. would be a great addition.
It would be a mistake to not bring him in, he had a good year last year just didnt hear much about it cause he was on the seahawks. Not a lot of TDs though, but decent number of catches. He would make a great #2 here
DT hasn't shown anything what so ever and i don't believe he ever will.
Armstrong my pan out as a 3rd/SS guy at best. There are no Miles Austins
waiting in the wings on this team.
Going on record to say that when we do sign him, we will be much better in our down field passing game. Housh and a very good pass catching tight end(two actually) will allow a lot more one on one down the field. I think he will dramatically help in the redzone with him added into the tiger formation.
A receiver that grabs 80 balls in a bad year will in no way hurt our team. There is not way of spinning it in a bad way.
This HAS to get done. First of all I don't think people realize how bad our wide receivers are. Joey Galloway would probably start for about one or two other teams, Anthony Armstrong has never played in an NFL regular season game and Devin Thomas isn't someone you can rely on. Our WR corps is bottom five in the league and anyone who would dispute that is drinking some heavily spiked koolaid. Second of all, people need to get over the not signing vets b.s. If you can play, you can play. Handing out too much money to free agents and signing players that CAN'T play, regardless of age, has been our problem. There is not a single bit of evidence that Housh's skills have diminished beyond what we need him for, which is not 100 catches and 1500 yards. To say you don't want to sign a player that has ability and can contribute just because he's old is blindingly dumb, no offense. It's funny that the people saying let's see what Armstrong and Austin (if he plays this year) are the ones who should want Houshmanzadeh here the most, because he will only help your boys out.
Check this out side by side.
Last edited by msak24cardss; September-5th-2010 at 09:10 PM.
Im looking at Raiders message board chatting with them. They think he will go there, thinks there QB situation is BETTER than ours. LOL
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