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    Woodhead dominant for Chargers

    Nice to see Woodhead become an awesome weapon for the Chargers,
    he is exactly the type of threat Geno could use, at 5'8" he is the same
    height as the best back to ever play in the NFL Barry Sanders, and
    too short to play for weak men with no self esteem, like our offensive
    coaches and many fans on this site.

    Can't wait to clean house and rid ourselves of the small men on our
    staff.


    Cleaning house and get men to coach our offense, Rex never had a problem
    with woodhead, guys like our RB coach, SChotty and MM - MM stands for
    Mental Midget.

    This team is at least 4 years away and 4 offensive coaches.


    I'm sure this post will piss off the low esteem losers on this
    site who absolutely nothing going for them, and by the way
    Woodhead makes more in a week then you will over the next
    decade, got little boys.

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    Well I liked Woodhead a lot myself, I was very disappointed when they cut him and kept Clowney.

    Not so sure I agree with the other stuff though.



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    Danny Woodhead or Joe McKnight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intellifan View Post
    Nice to see Woodhead become an awesome weapon for the Chargers,
    he is exactly the type of threat Geno could use, at 5'8" he is the same
    height as the best back to ever play in the NFL Barry Sanders, and
    too short to play for weak men with no self esteem, like our offensive
    coaches and many fans on this site.

    Can't wait to clean house and rid ourselves of the small men on our
    staff.


    Cleaning house and get men to coach our offense, Rex never had a problem
    with woodhead, guys like our RB coach, SChotty and MM - MM stands for
    Mental Midget.

    This team is at least 4 years away and 4 offensive coaches.


    I'm sure this post will piss off the low esteem losers on this
    site who absolutely nothing going for them, and by the way
    Woodhead makes more in a week then you will over the next
    decade, got little boys.

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    I agree about the RBs coach. I never liked Lynn and couldn't believe he was retained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EM31 View Post
    Danny Woodhead or Joe McKnight?
    At the time most said Joe.

    Time has changed that, happens. Especially with bottom of the roster guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EM31 View Post
    Danny Woodhead or Joe McKnight?
    Exactly, that is what it came down to. Everyone said McKnight was the much better talent, but in reality they were very close, the big difference and what separated them as players was Woodhead's heart and desire!

    When we cut Woodhead's I was irate. Everyone on this board laughed at me, saying he sucked. Oh well, looks like I was right. Now we will hear the "Who cares, Goodson is a much better player anyway." Maybe, but we've already seen that he doesn't have the heart and dedication to the game that Woodhead has.

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    Nice player but "dominant" come on!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Nut View Post
    At the time most said Joe.

    Time has changed that, happens. Especially with bottom of the roster guys.
    Woodhead's has shown he isn't a "bottom of the roster guy." He is a playmaker. Jets coaches just didn't have the intelligence, creativity or balls to utilize him properly.

    Welker was once considered a "bottom of the roster" guy... That is where all small, white players are put.

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    I'm not sure who Warfish was more wrong about. Patrick Ramsey or Danny Woodhead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EM31 View Post
    Danny Woodhead or Joe McKnight?
    One gets you yards with every touch and one gets traffic tickets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LockeJET View Post
    I'm not sure who Warfish was more wrong about. Patrick Ramsey or Danny Woodhead?
    Once the Fish sets his mind on a player it doesn't change.. Bit is like that also his best was declaring Drob the best D-lineman of the past 25 years which would have included Klecko,Gastineau,Lyons,Byrd and Fergy,Abe and Ellis to name just a few..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Nut View Post
    At the time most said Joe.

    Time has changed that, happens. Especially with bottom of the roster guys.
    <grin> Just having a little fun with this. I was never part of the religious wars on this place when the McKnight vs. Woodhead question was debated but I certainly toasted my feet by the warmth some of those "fires"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage69 View Post
    Once the Fish sets his mind on a player it doesn't change.. Bit is like that also his best was declaring Drob the best D-lineman of the past 25 years which would have included Klecko,Gastineau,Lyons,Byrd and Fergy,Abe and Ellis to name just a few..
    Haha....so true on both. They're hardly unique. I'd say that is true for everyone - those examples are just the most glaring.

    I'm sure most of us were wrong about Woodhead. At most, he was thought to be a nice role player. The guy turned out to be the real deal. Not sure anyone really predicted it. Just one of those things. Good for him though. He overcame a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crasherino View Post
    Haha....so true on both. They're hardly unique. I'd say that is true for everyone - those examples are just the most glaring.

    I'm sure most of us were wrong about Woodhead. At most, he was thought to be a nice role player. The guy turned out to be the real deal. Not sure anyone really predicted it. Just one of those things. Good for him though. He overcame a lot.
    Nobody could've predicted this type of success, you're correct. But Fish was very persistent in telling us that Woodhead didn't even belong on an NFL roster. Just busting chops fishy!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intellifan View Post
    Nice to see Woodhead become an awesome weapon for the Chargers,
    he is exactly the type of threat Geno could use, at 5'8" he is the same
    height as the best back to ever play in the NFL Barry Sanders, and
    too short to play for weak men with no self esteem, like our offensive
    coaches and many fans on this site.

    Can't wait to clean house and rid ourselves of the small men on our
    staff.


    Cleaning house and get men to coach our offense, Rex never had a problem
    with woodhead, guys like our RB coach, SChotty and MM - MM stands for
    Mental Midget.

    This team is at least 4 years away and 4 offensive coaches.


    I'm sure this post will piss off the low esteem losers on this
    site who absolutely nothing going for them, and by the way
    Woodhead makes more in a week then you will over the next
    decade, got little boys.
    I think it's time for a name change bud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    I agree about the RBs coach. I never liked Lynn and couldn't believe he was retained.
    Curious to know your opinion.....I never really had a problem with Lynn as RB Coach....

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlito1171 View Post
    I think it's time for a name change bud.
    What happened to Intelligent Jetfan??

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    Quote Originally Posted by EM31 View Post
    <grin> Just having a little fun with this. I was never part of the religious wars on this place when the McKnight vs. Woodhead question was debated but I certainly toasted my feet by the warmth some of those "fires"
    Same here, never thought those two were worth the heated debate people got into. Neither had shown enough to warrant it.

    Now of course its indicative of how much we suck, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlito1171 View Post
    Curious to know your opinion.....I never really had a problem with Lynn as RB Coach....
    Its the Yankee approach.

    Pitchers pitching badly, fire the pitching coach.

    Hitters doing nothing, fire the hitting coach.

    Nothing will change but the appearance of doing something helps some fans.

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