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Old 10-10-2005   #21
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Wright sure looked good last night.
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Wright sure looked good last night.
Yes, he did. Too bad he didn't have a checkbox on Chad Johnson's locker!

These 2 threads are killin' me, lol.
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Old 10-10-2005   #23
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Yes great post fire them all, Charlie first, his half sideways glasses on channel 13 licking the salt off the wounds needs to be fired. He always states we need to play better, need to execute, whatever he need's the boot. He can go lick the wounds somewhere else.
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I'm on the fence on this one. I don't think Casserly is to blame for as much as fans think he's responsible for. I do think he's responsible for some risky moves like drafting Ragone when we had much more pressing needs for a 1st day pick. The Henson deal ended up netting a 3rd so it evens out somewhat. If Casserly is directly responsible for pulling the Babin or the Buchanon trades then he needs to go. I just don't think he was.

Either way, you won't find me shedding a tear if Casserly loses his job. We need a change and no change could be too big for this club.

Once in for all the Babin trade. How can you blame Casserly think about this if the Texans would have beaten San. D. (Loss loss because of fumbles)Green Bay (last second field goal) Lions (100yard kick return) and Cleveland everyone here would be saying how great he is.we would have been in the playoffs last year. Casserly did the right thing he made it possible to win, last year. Capers let him down.
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Wright sure looked good last night.
Yes I liked Wright a lot. Him coming over here as the nickel was the perfect spot after being a starter for the Vikes. What gets me is that I presumed we let him go because of his injury and was a casualty because of that. But then that didn't make sense because there are several guys on our team that were like that (Joppru, Hollings, Payne, Walker etc...) We are really missing 2 solid guys on our defensive coverage, Glenn and Wright. Faggins couldn't beat out Wright and now he's starting. Nice. I would have loved for Casserly to have had Buchanon as the replacement for Wright, but then that blew up in his face. Very nice...again.
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Once in for all the Babin trade. How can you blame Casserly think about this if the Texans would have beaten San. D. (Loss loss because of fumbles)Green Bay (last second field goal) Lions (100yard kick return) and Cleveland everyone here would be saying how great he is.we would have been in the playoffs last year. Casserly did the right thing he made it possible to win, last year. Capers let him down.
We had an up and coming team then we decide to let go of veteran players, get no impact Free Agents and our draft was not good. That is where we messed up. We had the opportunity to pick up a few players in the off season and draft impact players that start. Instead we are looking to find ourselves again with all the positional changes on defense and our offense was not upgraded.
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can i join this group too
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Fire The Spinmeister! Charlie's time has past. The talent on this team is terrible. Vince Lombardi couldn't win with this bunch.

Last brilliant move of Casserly....Chester Pitts signed to a long term deal. Are you kidding me!

Break out the Bags at Reliant. Booing with a bag on your head can be fun.
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I'm curious about CC . I'm not sure when he took over for Bobby Beathard ... but it was in the 90's . A Beathard led Chargers team went to the 95 Super Bowl .
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I'm not ready to give up on Charlie Casserly. He's one of the more respected GMs in the NFL, and he is an expert on salary cap management.

I say we replace the coaching staff, and if certain trends continue, then perhaps CC will be the next target of our wrath.

But Casserly doesn't coach or call plays, and that is where the root of our problem is, IMO.
Not only that, but Capers and his staff, including the scouts, tell him who they want to get. Its up to Casserly then to fill his requests which is what has, was, and is happening. Wand and BJ were Capers requests based on his Senior Bowl analysis. Hollings was also a Capers request. He wanted his vaunted running game which has never materialized because of a lack of an O-line.

Casserly is as much a victum as anyone else in this debacle...........
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Count me in. I'm now in two clubs. I can't keep up with this. Is their a club organizer for sale on Ebay or something? Since I am running for Treasurer in my other club, I will let someone else have that. Is the Hair Club for men still open? I want to not only be a member, but also the President.
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Well, here is a pic I found of our new "Master at Arms" Porky handing out some much needed discipline over at the "Fire Capers Club". If he handles his duties as Treasurer with half the dedication and enthusiasm that he's shown in his old job then I'm sure he'll be a big success.

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I've seen more negative things with Casserly than I have Capers. To put it in perspective, some people think that Casserly ran a good ship in Washington. Well Jimmy Johnson ran a good ship in Dallas, didn't do so well in Miami. Casserly isn't doing so well here.
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I'm curious about CC . I'm not sure when he took over for Bobby Beathard ... but it was in the 90's . A Beathard led Chargers team went to the 95 Super Bowl .
Beathard was GM in Washington from 1978 to 1989. During that time the 'Skins played in four Super Bowls and won three. The Casserly Super Bowl there was the 1991 season.

Their Pro Bowlers in '91 were Mark Schlereth, Earnest Byner, Gary Clark, Darrel Green, Jim Lachey, Charles Mann, and Mark RYpien, all of whom were there in Beathard's last year in '89.
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I say this CLUB is the best club to join, since Capers' fate is already sealed.

and Casserly is just as much to blame if not more.

He must go.
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Who is the best free agent that Casserly has picked up?
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Who is the best free agent that Casserly has picked up?
I know! Philip Buchanon!
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Who is the best free agent that Casserly has picked up?
That's easy--pro-bowler Steve Foley. Of course the coaches didn't know what to do with him.

For still on the team--Armstrong. Of course the coaches don't know what to do with him.

Hmmm, seeing a trend here.
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That's easy--pro-bowler Steve Foley. Of course the coaches didn't know what to do with him.

For still on the team--Armstrong. Of course the coaches don't know what to do with him.

Hmmm, seeing a trend here.
Well he's got to play for us, not what he does after he leaves here. What ever happend to Kent?
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