Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Proof of the NFL drug testing policies failures....

Rex Grossman, the soon to be named starter at Quarterback for the Washington Redskins, yesterday proclaimed, rather loudly that the Redskins will win the NFC East. This proves that the NFL's drug testing policy is not relavenat or not in force. He cant believe that statement, not with the Vaunted Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles and The Football Giants of New York on the schedule twice each!
this guy should really lay off the narcotics. But maybe he had a tooth pulled recetnly and is still suffering a few effects of the painkillers.
Hey...Do coaches get tested as well? because Mike Shannahan appears to be staking his reputation on Grossman and "Journeyman" John Beck. Again, with the Schedule that the Skins have, these two moves are questionable-at best!

“We’re fine being the sleepers right now,” Grossman said, before doing his best to wake everyone up to the Redskins.  Or to provide comic relief to the rest of the league.
“We’re just waiting in the wings ready to take over the NFC East.  Nobody’s talking about us, it’s right where we wanna be.  You look at us from top to bottom out here, there’s a bunch of great players.   And we don’t need people saying we’re the best right now.  But when it’s all said and done, I really feel like this team’s gonna win the NFC East.”
It would be foolish to write off the Redskins or any other team right now.  But when the guy who’s at the top of the depth chart at the most important position on the field was a free agent for a full week and got zero sniffs, it’s hard to have much confidence in this team’s ability to leapfrog the Giants and the Cowboys and the Eagles.
Most NFL fans, including plenty of Redskins fans, would respond to that statement with this question:  In what year?

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