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Thomas may benefit from working with McNabb

During the past two seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles, quarterback Donovan McNabb played an instrumental role in the development of young wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin. McNabb also plans to do what he can to help Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly.

"It's all in just spending time with 'em and building that rapport with 'em," McNabb said. "For DeSean, he came in with an attitude and with a hunger to be the best. And Maclin came in with that same attitude, obviously two years later. And when you have two young guys who are willing to work, good things happen.

"Just from talking to these guys [Thomas and Kelly], knowing Malcolm before he was drafted, talking to Devin, knowing Santana Moss, those guys are willing to work. They're looking for success. And when you have guys who are willing to do, they'll come out here on the practice field when it's just us, and we'll go out and throw. We'll communicate with each other out on the field."

PSP. you are comparing a Denver team that was talented and had an OLINE that wasn't the worst in the modern age. Now I will agree that our oline will not be nearly as bad as it was last year, but I do not think, and I doubt any of us think, that its going to be anything but mediocre (at best).

That Denver team that won back to back superbowls was a solid team. The year before they won the superbowl they went 13 3 and went to the playoffs. Before that, 8 8, before that 10 4 1 and the year before that 11 5. Clearly a better team that had the talent to compete and make the playoffs regularly. Skins. hmm 4 12, 8 8, 9 7. get the picture. There are similarities between Elway and Mcnabb. but not the two teams. and even if Mcnabb was the best QB in the history of the world (which he isn't and he might not even be the best QB in our division anymore), he could not take THIS TEAM and win a superbowl with it. It just has too many holes and is too many head cases to overcome. I view McNabb as a flawed player, and it was never more apparent than in the back to back losses to the Cowboys last season. His flaws will never go away. Now, the Eagles get at least two chances to expose the same flaws they've been covering up for 11 years. It works against the Redskins that McNabb clover necklace van cleef inspired fake is still in the division. Andy Reid can finally stop covering up for one of the most overrated quarterbacks in the history of the game. The Eagles will go to the playoffs. The Redskins will be watching from the golf course."

Posted by Mike Florio on April 6, 2010 5:23 PM ET

We were shocked last week when he heard that defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth could be part of a deal that would have allowed the Redskins to move from No. 4 to No. 1 in the draft, setting up the selection of quarterback Sam Bradford.

And we were shocked again when hearing on Saturday that the trade talks between the Redskins and Eagles for quarterback Donovan McNabb included the opportunity for the Eagles to take Haynesworth.

The Eagles didn't want Haynesworth, but that hasn't kept the Redskins from continuing the effort to move him. Jason Reid of the Washington Post reports that the Redskins are attempting to trade Haynesworth, and that a deal could be made before the April 22 draft.

But what about the notion that the $21 million bonus Haynesworth earned on April 1 makes him untradeable? The Redskins potentially would get some of that money back from Haynesworth's new team as part of a trade. Also, a trade in an uncapped environment would allow the Redskins to wipe Haynesworth's contract off the books. Waiting a year or two would result in cap consequences, assuming that the salary cap returns.

Besides, it's our understanding that the $21 million was backed up by future guaranteed salaries. Thus, even if the Redskins had dumped Haynesworth before the start of the 2010 league year, the Redskins would have been on the hook for all or part of that money. Given the high value that teams place on draft picks, the Redskins opted instead to pay the money and to preserve the ability to finagle value in exchange for Haynesworth via trade.

The question then becomes whether the compensation will come in the form of cash, in the form of draft picks, in the form of players, or in the form of some combination of the van cleef & arpels necklace alhambra fake three. Either way, it looks like the market for Haynesworth is open. The question is whether anyone wants to mess with a guy who, as expected, became less of a player once he got paid. A 2nd (really the equivalent of a late 1st given that 2010 has so many underclassmen coming out) and a 3rd next year are significant resources.

Our 2nd and 3rd round picks, going back to 2003:

Derrick Dockery, Taylor Jacobs, Chris Cooley, Rocky Mc, Devin Thomas, Malcolm Kelly, Fred Davis, Chad Rinehart, Kevin Barnes and Jeremy Jarmon.

10 guys. 3 of those guys are solid pros (DD, CC and Rocky). 1 more is close (Davis). 2 have shown potential to play at this level and 2 were rookies last year, van cleef and arpels necklace butterfly fake too early to tell. Only Jacobs and Rinehart are busts.

There was considerable talent to be harvested from the picks we gave to philly. The 37 pick is roughly the same as what we used van cleef blue necklace fake to select Thomas and Rocky. The one thing McNabb has never had is a consistent running game and a commitment to use it by Porky Pig. I'm going to say this right now, not even being a fan of McNabb, but if we combine his ability to bomb the heck out of teams with a running game, even his weakness in short passing game accuracy will be overcome by Cooley and Davis.

The more objectively I look at this addition, I see win written all over it and if McNabb feels welcomed by both staff and fans, I'm feeling that he will repay us with an incredible season. Now we just need to get him to beat the Cowpukes.

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