We turned the corner when Mike Shanahan and Bruce Allen were hired.
"Endeavor to persevere."
"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans." Lennon
"If you believe in things you don't understand, then you suffer " Stevie Wonder
I understand what the OP intended to convey but Cooley's drop in production was due to poor QB play and injury where Moss was due to poor QB play. If you watch the same games I did then you would see Moss wide open and the QB (Grossman, Beck or even Campbell) would throw it way over his head. So is that his fault, poor QB, or both. I think it is poor QB play. I think that Moss is on the bubble but I think he is going to make the team because he is still our most productive receiver. I think the starters will be Hankerson and Garcon with Moss in the slot. Josh Morgan is young but hasn't proven he can be anything more than a secondary receiver and his production shows that. Everyone of our receivers except Garcon and Moss have never broken the 1,000 yard mark in a year. If they do release Moss then I believe they know more than I do. But the question I want to know is why did they release Gaffney and not Moss? Is it out of loyalty? Gaffney was more productive but is he better than Moss? Who will unseat Moss from the roster? Armstrong? Robinson? Austin? Banks? Are any of these guys better than Moss? Yeah they are younger but that doesn't mean they are better. This is Armstrongs 3rd year and he can't stay healthy just like other WR's we kept because they had potential. Kelly and Thomas who we drafted in the 2nd round but never lived up to their potential. So who is going to unseat Moss? No one. The same with Cooley. Cooley and Davis will be very productive and will present matchup nightmares because they are both almost uncoverable by linebackers and safeties. So they will make the team.
Every Super Bowl team in that time frame had at least one HOFer on their roster and/or on the coaching staff. Scrub teams don't make it to the big dance ever. We rarely have a player in the top 20 of their respective position in the league but we want to hold onto ours like some Redskins voodoo dolls. I was guilty of the same with Jason. Not really knowing what good is, we sometimes hold onto bad just hoping it doesn't get worse.
A bad plan well executed may work. A good plan badly executed will always fail.
I'll be honest. I have no idea how this relates to anything that has not already been discussed in another thread.
title was promising, OP failed to live up to expectations.
Mike Shanahan on the building momentum "I tell our players, let your play do your talking. Talk is cheap."
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