Helu is gonna tear it up next year 600+ rushing atleast
Helu is gonna tear it up next year 600+ rushing atleast
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If he were Rome, he'd have never been built. What team is he going to be on for a long time? Sorry, I'm obviously not seeing the upward trend or growth. Occasional plays here and there maybe, but not big time plays like Garcon and Moss."
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Unfortunately Cooley is done and I'm sure Doo doo Williams is gone other than that I'm not too sure how our roster will shape up yet.
As long as Williams & Wilson are not in our seconday next year that will be an upgrade. Wilson putrid attempt at tackling the TE and allowing a fd was the spark that ignyghted the SH to score yesterday. Good riddance to both.
Moss one more year for sure:
Davis we need him, but his injury needs to be evaluated correctly because its a nasty injury
Fletcher, one more year for sure
Hall, played great in the stretch but he needs to restructure or he is gone.
The two safeties, we bring them back for sure, Merriweather especially is a huge upgrade to what we have, hopefully he is healthy.
Banks - gone
Jackson, we need him bad. I know its going to cost but if anything playing relief for Rak and or Kerrigan would be awesome.
Talk about Kerrigan, I love the kid don't get me wrong but think about this. We could have had AJ Hawk for Kerrigan and Hankerson. Yesterday with AJ Hawk we probably win that game. he is that special.
What we got is an ok performance from Kerrigan, and Hankerson whiffing on a must have 3rd down pass.
Last edited by TheGreek1973; January-7th-2013 at 06:37 AM.
Can the Redskins please get rid of 41.The guy is lost.Slap around Hall so he keeps his temper.Get a center that can snap the damn ball.Somebody that can punt better then 38 yards.Other then that Congrats Redskins on a good year.Beating Dallas twice makes it easy to enjoy the days off until next season.
M. Williams should be way gone.
Hankerson is a 50/50 in my book, did not show a whole lot during the year.
Josh Morgan should be on the scout team. The dude looked like he was scared of contact all year.
He had one good game that I remember, and had one out of bounds catch yesterday.
Get some secondary help, get another threat at reciever, and get a frigging decent field to play on.
Everyone is just sour on him because of the 1 missed grab on the 3rd down, but to say he didn't have a good year is crazy talk.
Last edited by MariusVT; January-8th-2013 at 11:37 AM.
Fletcher 1 more year.
Moss 1 more year
Hall becomes a cap casualty or restructures contract. He played well down the stretch and if he can continue that, then I'm ok with having him.
Golston is a cap casualty due to increased youth and depth
Polumbus stays as depth
Williams is gone
Merriweather will be available by training camp
Jackson will be brought back as he was invaluable this season down the stretch when they started using him properly.
Last edited by SkinsFanMania; January-8th-2013 at 11:59 AM.
Last edited by justice98; January-8th-2013 at 12:47 PM.
It all depends on if Hall and Moss are willing to restructure their deals. We can save 7+ mill in cap space and that would be huge in terms of signing one of two impact players, the ability to restructure DHall, Moss and possibly Trent will dictate how our offseason goes and how active we can be in Free Agency.
Going down the Roster:
Helu, Royster- both KEPT. Ppl forget that Shanny traded up for Helu, he had a very nice season in '11. (1000+ all purpose) and if shanahan didn't waste his "IR- designated to return" card on the long snapper, Roy would have probably been around for the playoff push. He is a great complement to Morris and should have an increased workload early in the season in RG isn't ready.
Moss- if he doesn't restructure, I could see him gone. He's a good player and rebounded nicely in 12, but with the salary cap situation, I don't see a way for him on the squad, especially with Garcon in the mix for a whole year.
Hank- I've seen a lot of people hating on Hank and I get it: he alligator arms, his concentration isn't there, and he just looks very uncoordinated. We forget that he played basically one game in '11 and that he essentially had his rookie season this year. Keep him on as the 3rd or 4th WR and be patient with his development. Young WR's have erratic growth curves.
Davis- achilles are troublesome, so I'd make sure that he checks out 100% before any offer is seriously discussed. He meshed nicely with RG3 and should be willing to take a smaller deal, even a one year, to reestablish his value
Litchensteiger- I think LeRibeus is ready to step up and I think while Kory did an admirable job, he could easily be replaced, if not by Josh, by Gettis or a draft pick. Not worth the long term deal, IMO
Polumbus- He is an above average utility lineman who shouldn't be starting, but the coaching staff should be comfortable plugging him in at any position. That's worth something, so he should stay.
Also gone: Banks, Briscoe, Cooley, Keiland Williams, Tristan Davis
Golston- Stay if he signs at a reasonable rate
Baker- serviceable, but Neild is better, and the team needs a space Eating NT, either through the draft of FA
Alexander- Must be resigned
Rob Jackson- Wildcard- Depends on how the market develops, but I could see a desperate team overpaying him. For a reasonable rate, I'd like to see him back
Deangelo Hall- The crux of our offseason must be spent on determining what to do with Hall. Due a massive salary in 2013 and if he is not able to give back the BULK of it, I'd cut him and sign a Sean Smith type
Wilson- Keep for one year, but should not be starting. A good 3rd CB in my opinion
Madooo- Good riddence
Reed- Keep, only as a backup, special teamer, actually would keep him as the 5th safety.
Merriweather- earned a right to compete for the SS spot in camp. Cheap contract
Gomes- Hasn't shown much at all, could easily be replaced in draft/ Bernstein is better I believe.
Kehl, Muckelroy, So'oto, Worthington
Thanks to some gutless, underhand, colluding POS in NY, the vast majority of them whether we want them back or not.
Last edited by Gibbs Hog Heaven; January-8th-2013 at 04:59 PM.
There are so many players that will return for 13-14, impossible to list them all. A few that I want to see are Orakpo,Rob Jackson, Fred Davis, Golston, and Josh Wilson.
I really hope Madieu Williams is gone.
I'm sure he's a great guy, and he was brought here to be a backup behind Jackson and Merriweather.
But I'm convinced he is the worst player in the NFL.
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