November 03, 2003

Painful to watch

I don't know what was worse yesterday, listening to Chris Collinsworth compare the Redskins pass rush to high school football, or hearing Howie Long and crew mock the 'skins. Because every single thing they said was absolute truth. The Redskins have sunk to the lowest of the low. The Lions, Bengals and Texans have been replaced by the Raiders and Redskins this year.

Patrick Ramsey isn't going to last the season at this rate. The kid is tough, he's got talent, but he's going to get hurt badly one of these games. Right now, Ramsey has the chance to be the new Manning. Archie, not Peyton. A fine quarterback on a hopelessly cruddy team.

Spurrier has to go. So does about half of the roster, because even less talented players would be better than the overpaid quitters that are collecting paychecks now, as long as they tried hard. Every play. Lose every damn game - fine - but go down swinging.

I don't even like the Redskins, but they're local so you pick up the information by osmosis.

Rick freakin' Mirer. Oh God, help the Raider Nation.

Posted by Ted at November 3, 2003 11:10 AM
Category: Square Pegs

I agree with you. I watched the game too and it hurt.
I like Spurrier, but it's mainly because we like the Gators and so we were hoping it would work out for him in the NFL. But they even sucked before Spurrier came.

Posted by: Blogeline at November 3, 2003 03:24 PM
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