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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    Doug Hosier

    Kudos Czabe. Truly thoughtful post – hope the “if you are not with Robert you are against Robert” folks pay attention “to bet against it. Which is quite different from “rooting against it.” Bet is with the head, root is with the heart.” Important distinction

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    Wes Stone

    The worst possible scenario has happened. Griffin actually looked somewhat competent. I’d prefer he just continue to be an abomination so the Redskins can move on as fast as possible. The only benefit is that maybe we don’t trade another 3 first rounders for another bust. Maybe we’ll do something crazy like build depth.

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    Well, whatever happens it will at least be a very interesting season next year if both Gruden and RG3 are still there next year.

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    tick tock

    the snickey showdown is a 15 round heavyweight Donny brook.
    after going to the score cards Blake lively wins it in a majority decision 15 round barn burner

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    Jameis Winston.

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    You hit the nail on the head, Czabe. I’ve never seen such confidence from a 4-11 team after one win. The Skins played one good game, and now everything is set for next season. Never mind the previous 6 game losing streak. Mark us down for 10 wins in 2015!

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    The next five years will be determined by RGIII this offseason. Is he going to be coachable or continue as he has the past few seasons? If Robert cannot be coached, there is not an offensive guru who can devise a system that will elevate the team.

    If Robert decides he wants to be a better quarterback, he will have to revamp his style of play. It’s a step backwards to go forward. It will be interesting to see if his ego allows.

    And Keep Danny from drafting a WR. Defense needs help.


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