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WR Thomas may finally get his chance

If wide receiver Anthony Armstrong (groin) is inactive against the St. Louis Rams, wideout Devin Thomas could finally get a chance on offense.

"I'm always ready," said Thomas, who has participated only on special teams during Washington's first two games. "You never know when it's going to come, so all you can do is stay positive, keep working hard and showing the coaches that you deserve" a chance.

The third-year player has continued to do and say all the right things while being buried on the depth chart at wideout since the outset of training camp because Mike and Kyle Shanahan have not seen what they expected to from him. Thomas has run hard on kickoff returns and ranks third in the NFL with a 28.4-yard average. His performance in practice has also steadily improved, according to some of Thomas's teammates.

And Thomas could not have handled the situation more professionally. He often can be found sitting in front of his dressing stall during media availability at Redskins Park, answering another round of questions about his standing in the offense while being encircled by reporters and television cameras.

"Obviously, it's tough when you want to be out there contributing and you're not, but I have to just keep working," he said. "That's the only thing that can help make it better."

Thomas has really grown up. I remember during his rookie year, he declined to speak with me for a stretch because of something I wrote about teammates criticizing him for his poor study habits. But I also pointed it out when Thomas began doing things the right way in his second season, and he has taken another big step forward in terms of his maturity.

Last season, Thomas had seven catches for 100 yards with two touchdowns against the eventual Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints. He clearly has physical tools, and perhaps it is time for the Shanahans to see if he can do more for them.

By Jason Reid  | September 25, 2010; 2:09 PM ET
Categories:  Devin Thomas  
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Comments

C'mon, DT11, you're on my bench for now. Show me something!

Posted by: RomoLongballs | September 25, 2010 2:23 PM | Report abuse

Make it happen #11. We could use you AND #13 aka Tony Strong-Arm to step up and give us more options. Options = weapons = points!!

Posted by: Notorious_LMG | September 25, 2010 2:38 PM | Report abuse

Had to laugh out loud at the comments about his budding maturity.

I mean it's not like he hasn’t been paid for three years already as a pro football player, and all despite the fact he has yet to do anything worth noting.

It’s sort of like having an unelmployed 40-year-old bachelor still living in the basement with Mummy and Daddy.

He's not necessarily paying rent and subsistence, but he’s still getting along quite well, thankyouverymuch!

Posted by: Vic1 | September 25, 2010 2:41 PM | Report abuse

"Unless offers change, Haynesworth expected to stay put"


mistamayor,

We understand that, well, in your mind Albert Hanynesworth is one of the premier players in the league.

Thing is, from the way we see it, it's strictly a reputation issue as his dominance occured while he was a Titan and not a Redskin.

As of this weekend, guys like C Matthews, jr., Mario Williams, and Andre Johnson impress league wide.

Hanyesworth just draws ESPN/NFLN smirks and chuckles and the occasional thread in this blog.

All he has done is, figuratively and literally, taken Dan Snyder's money and run.

He's the King of Threads in RI and the Sultan on the Sideline week after week.

You have AH the redskin placed atop a very short totem pole.

The act of signing him was a complete spit into a hard wind, and someday, soon, you'll come around to recognizing it for the failed and stupid move it was.

We hope you decide that until Mr. Hanyesworth does something to warrant our attention (you know, like actually make plays in a game), you devote some interview time/attention to the guys WHO ARE ACTUALLY PLAYING IN THE GAMES AND NOT THE ONE GUY WHO HAS DONE NOTHING BUT PLAY A GAME.

Posted by: gimmesummoe | September 25, 2010 2:45 PM | Report abuse

"Unless offers change, Haynesworth expected to stay put"


mistamayor,

We understand that, well, in your mind Albert Hanynesworth is one of the premier players in the league.

Thing is, from the way we see it, it's strictly a reputation issue as his dominance occured while he was a Titan and not a Redskin.

As of this weekend, guys like C Matthews, jr., Mario Williams, and Andre Johnson impress league wide.

Hanyesworth just draws ESPN/NFLN smirks and chuckles and the occasional thread in this blog.

All he has done is, figuratively and literally, taken Dan Snyder's money and run.

He's the King of Threads in RI and the Sultan on the Sideline week after week.

You have AH the redskin placed atop a very short totem pole.

The act of signing him was a complete spit into a hard wind, and someday, soon, you'll come around to recognizing it for the failed and stupid move it was.

We hope you decide that until Mr. Hanyesworth does something to warrant our attention (you know, like actually make plays in a game), you devote some interview time/attention to the guys WHO ARE ACTUALLY PLAYING IN THE GAMES AND NOT THE ONE GUY WHO HAS DONE NOTHING BUT PLAY A GAME.

Posted by: gimmesummoe | September 25, 2010 2:45 PM | Report abuse

I'd like to see as much youth, speed, and athleticism on the field on both sides of the ball as possible.

We all know Thomas has the physical tools, but his mentality and maturity must match his physical talent.

Shanahan needs to get him in the WR rotation to take some pressure off Moss, he also needs to get Haynesworth on the field over on defense, and I'm looking forward to seeing KMoore out on the field for the first time this year. We need him back there with Landry, athleticism and speed are sorely needed at that position, no disrespect to a quality young man, R. Doughty.

Posted by: 72Redskins | September 25, 2010 2:46 PM | Report abuse

"Last season, Thomas had seven catches for 100 yards with two touchdowns against the eventual Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints."

Giggle about Thomas all you want.

But the numbers listed above, are proof that dude can play.

Shanahan fell in love with AA during camp, but Thomas has solid tools, and should be on the field making plays with the 1st team offense.

Posted by: gimmesummoe | September 25, 2010 2:51 PM | Report abuse

I'd like to see as much youth, speed, and athleticism on the field on both sides of the ball as possible.

We all know Thomas has the physical tools, but his mentality and maturity must match his physical talent.

Shanahan needs to get him in the WR rotation to take some pressure off Moss, he also needs to get Haynesworth on the field over on defense, and I'm looking forward to seeing KMoore out on the field for the first time this year. We need him back there with Landry, athleticism and speed are sorely needed at that position, no disrespect to a quality young man, R. Doughty.

Posted by: 72Redskins | September 25, 2010 2:46 PM |

Wow, an optimistic post in tone and content. Sorely needed on this blog.

Posted by: scampbell1975 | September 25, 2010 2:54 PM | Report abuse

Philosophical Quote 'O the Day:

"Pouring Syrup on Sh!t Don't Make It Pancakes"


Something for you remember tomorrow morning as the missus lays a plate 'o cakes on the table.

Posted by: gimmesummoe | September 25, 2010 3:10 PM | Report abuse

brownwood, you'd eat both in an Pentium minute, don't gimme that..the corn , too..

"Well said, dcwun. Fickle being, the human football fan. Or the human in general. After one dominant game (almost) all will be forgotten.

Posted by: Notorious_LMG"

I hope that Shanahan is stealthy enough to keep changing his scheme, along with his players, as the season progresses..DT rockin' over the top this week, Banks in the flat down the road, Haynesworth achieves Inner Peace and Mcnabb gets signed to a solid contract..

Posted by: frak | September 25, 2010 3:23 PM | Report abuse

"Pouring Syrup on Sh!t Don't Make It Pancakes"

Posted by: gimmesummoe | September 25, 2010 3:10 PM

Maybe not in your house, but in Poopy McPoopy's house it's all pancakes.

Posted by: beep-beep | September 25, 2010 3:24 PM | Report abuse

We hope you decide that until Mr. Hanyesworth does something to warrant our attention (you know, like actually make plays in a game), you devote some interview time/attention to the guys WHO ARE ACTUALLY PLAYING IN THE GAMES AND NOT THE ONE GUY WHO HAS DONE NOTHING BUT PLAY A GAME.

Posted by: gimmesummoe | September 25, 2010 2:45 PM


150% agree.

RI = ESPN

All the "style" of an episode of Access Hollywood and about as much substance...as in, there is none.

I'm basically on RI just for the jibba-jabba with my fellow Skins fans, as I live out of the market and have to actively seek a place to interact with other fans and watch the actual games. For actual Skins information, I haven't seen it better than how John Keim does it over at the Examiner. He addresses AH the exact way you should at this phase of the game: in passing.

Maybe one day the scribes at the WaPo will wake up to that reality. I won't hold my breath though...

Posted by: brownwood26 | September 25, 2010 3:42 PM | Report abuse

RI=Redskins TMZ

Posted by: scampbell1975 | September 25, 2010 3:47 PM | Report abuse

It’s sort of like having an unelmployed 40-year-old bachelor still living in the basement with Mummy and Daddy.

He's not necessarily paying rent and subsistence, but he’s still getting along quite well, thankyouverymuch!

Posted by: Vic1 | September 25, 2010 2:41 PM |

I hope mom and dad browse the blog today so they can see your gratitude.

Posted by: mack1 | September 25, 2010 3:53 PM | Report abuse

OK Fantasy football advice from my fellow RI cats....I just don't know who to start at WR....2 spots and the choices are :Donald Driver, Mike Sims-Walker, Mark Clayton and Johnny Knox..

Also Starting Mcnabb over Palmer both have great Match ups...

Posted by: leevi98 | September 25, 2010 4:03 PM | Report abuse

repost from Tues

ZEKE’S UNIQUE PERSPECTIVES
once again, brought to you by the wonderful people at Yahoo!

In the season preview. I addressed a lot of things.

I covered our high risk, high reward defense. 5 different Texan receivers had receptions of 20 yards or more, even though we were hitting the QB a bunch. I said top QBs won’t be fazed by our ‘D’, while lesser QBs will struggle. Check & check.

I covered our run game. Didn’t expect much. Check.

I addressed the improvement we’d see in the passing game and from our OL (so far, better than I expected). And how vulnerable we are to an injury along the OL. Check & check.

I covered how the Texans fit into out playoff chances and why we have little room left for error against teams like Chi, Tenn, Jax and Det, but that’s check mark for another day.

I covered our new killer instinct, improved special teams and a QB who can win the game late. Check. Check. Check.

Wait a moment. check? check? check? Don’t think so. Revoke those checks!!!

Here’s a Shanahan quote from the Texan game.

"We had chances to seal it. If you don't do it, that's what happens."

Killer Instinct. It has made only brief appearances in DC since the Gibbs 1.0 era ended. I’ve always seen Shanahan as a ‘go for the throat’ coach. It was personified in the infamous blown fumble call in the final minute of Denver’s 2008 opener vs San Diego. On the play after the blown call (which would have given SD the ball and the W), Shanahan went for the end zone and got the TD to pull within 1 point. Shanahan knew SD’s defense was struggling mentally and physically. He went for the 2 point conversation, got it and got the W.

Cutthroat. Go for the juggler. Pick a metaphor, it is who Mike Shanahan is.

In 2009, we led games versus 3 teams in the 4th quarter in ’09, with excellent chances at double digit leads (phi, Saints, dal). In each game, we got to the red zone and finished with less than we should have (1 FG made, 2 FGs missed). Each time, the defense gave up a TD on the next possession (2 TDs tied the game, the other left us behind by 1). In each game, our QB had a chance to win the game later on, but couldn’t get the drive together.

Now its 2010. In both games, teams converted on fourth and long in their final drive. In both games, potential INTs bounced off our defenders hands when a pick would have sealed the deal – twice in each game! And we missed short FGs that would have sealed the deal.

We were in position to close out both games – several times – on offense, defense and special teams. We didn’t. Both of our opponents got a shot at a W. One took advantage of it, the other came close.

Killer instinct, special teams performance and a QB who can win a game late? Not yet.

Clearly, there is more work to do.

And that is a wrap on this week’s ZEKE’S UNIQUE PERSPECTIVES, wishing all a happy Moon Festival (even if moon cakes are awful), brought to you by the best of the best at Yahoo!

Posted by: zcezcest1 | September 25, 2010 4:19 PM | Report abuse


I've found that a leaf blower and a broom are very effective in the war against stink bugs !

Posted by: hessone | September 25, 2010 4:20 PM | Report abuse

Driver and MSW. philly defense is pretty beat up and they gave up a ton to the RB and TE last week vs DET. I think they'll try to fix that, which means WRs should do well.

Posted by: zcezcest1 | September 25, 2010 4:24 PM | Report abuse

I am a little shocked that Devin Thomas could not beat out Roydell Williams. Maybe this wk DT11 can show something and get on the field on a regualar basis. One can only hope. By the way Dallas still sucks!!! 0-3 here they come

Posted by: wattsicon | September 25, 2010 4:34 PM | Report abuse

I've found that a leaf blower and a broom are very effective in the war against stink bugs !

Posted by: hessone | September 25, 2010 4:20 PM

Who'd you use them on? Poopy? Albert_Haynesworth? Chia_Pet? No_Punt_Intended?

Posted by: beep-beep | September 25, 2010 4:39 PM | Report abuse

PFT ran a link to the AH "story" in the previous thread and it got me thinking...I don't get why if the Skins want a 2nd rounder for Fat Al and the Titans are willing to give up a 4th rounder, why they don't just split the baby and get this sh*t done for a 3rd rounder. Get 'em to throw in one of their DTs that would translate well to RDE here (Jovan Haye? Tony Brown?) and everyone wins. Just git 'er done already...

Posted by: brownwood26 | September 25, 2010 4:44 PM | Report abuse

why they don't just split the baby and get this sh*t done for a 3rd rounder.

Posted by: brownwood26 | September 25, 2010 4:44 PM

What's the rush? Still a few more weeks before the trade deadline and the market could heat up. In the meantime, we got Haynesworth to play and even at half-ass he can do more for us this week than a future draft pick can do.

Posted by: beep-beep | September 25, 2010 4:57 PM | Report abuse

gypsy woman told my momma
before i was born
you got a man child comin
gonna be a son of a gun
he gonna make pretty women
jump and shout
then the world will know
just what this all about

let's keep sending the message you can come to D.C. get overpaid and don't do squat until they trade you. that makes much more sense than what Shanahan is doin

well I'm da hoochie coochie man
everybody knows I'm him

Posted by: nflorida1 | September 25, 2010 4:57 PM | Report abuse

beep, there's something to be said for just getting that dark cloud out of the locker room...I mean, ask Andy Reid how much he'd like a mulligan and gotten rid of TO at the first sign of trouble...

Dude doesn't wanna be here and Shanny doesn't want him here either. Staying together "for the sake of the kids" is often worse than the divorce itself...just stop fooling yourselves and move on.

Ugh...talking AH for the 8 millionth time just made me sleepy...

Posted by: brownwood26 | September 25, 2010 5:05 PM | Report abuse

your not the only one with brownwood!!!!
I mean I agree with you.

Posted by: nflorida1 | September 25, 2010 5:11 PM | Report abuse

"Last season, Thomas had seven catches for 100 yards with two touchdowns against the eventual Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints."


Giggle about Thomas all you want.

But the numbers listed above, are proof that dude can play.

Shanahan fell in love with AA during camp, but Thomas has solid tools, and should be on the field making plays with the 1st team offense.

Posted by: gimmesummoe | September 25, 2010 2:51 PM
------------------------------------------
Rolling up great stats in just one game might suggest the guy covering him was just not getting it done. If he got it done in another game, I might say, "Well, he can become a player", but a big time receiver must get it done week-in and week-out. He has to be clutch making those big catches that move the chains when the team is down. The thing that just kills me about Thomas is he is a guy with the athletic ability but is so prone to mental errors. He drops passes, jumps for kickoffs, and gets silly penalties, but just when you think he doesn't have it together anymore, he'll make a play. It's maddening. A guy like that is a coach killer. The Redskins would be better trading him or cutting him.

Posted by: RedSkinHead | September 25, 2010 5:35 PM | Report abuse

"Last season, Thomas had seven catches for 100 yards with two touchdowns against the eventual Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints."


Giggle about Thomas all you want.

But the numbers listed above, are proof that dude can play.

Shanahan fell in love with AA during camp, but Thomas has solid tools, and should be on the field making plays with the 1st team offense.

Posted by: gimmesummoe | September 25, 2010 2:51 PM

That's like saying Brandon Lloyd can play becasue he had one good game this year.

Posted by: scampbell1975 | September 25, 2010 5:40 PM | Report abuse

beep, there's something to be said for just getting that dark cloud out of the locker room...I mean, ask Andy Reid how much he'd like a mulligan and gotten rid of TO at the first sign of trouble...

Dude doesn't wanna be here and Shanny doesn't want him here either. Staying together "for the sake of the kids" is often worse than the divorce itself...just stop fooling yourselves and move on.

Ugh...talking AH for the 8 millionth time just made me sleepy...

Posted by: brownwood26 | September 25, 2010 5:56 PM | Report abuse

That's like saying Brandon Lloyd can play becasue he had one good game this year.

Posted by: scampbell1975 | September 25, 2010 5:40 PM


On the NFLN scrolling stats at the bottom of the screen, I noticed earlier that Lloyd is like 6th in the league in receiving yardage. I immediately threw up in my mouth a little...

Posted by: brownwood26 | September 25, 2010 6:00 PM | Report abuse

On the NFLN scrolling stats at the bottom of the screen, I noticed earlier that Lloyd is like 6th in the league in receiving yardage. I immediately threw up in my mouth a little...

Posted by: brownwood26 | September 25, 2010 6:00 PM |

I don't believe it

Posted by: scampbell1975 | September 25, 2010 6:03 PM | Report abuse

OK Fantasy football advice from my fellow RI cats....I just don't know who to start at WR....2 spots and the choices are :Donald Driver, Mike Sims-Walker, Mark Clayton and Johnny Knox..

Also Starting Mcnabb over Palmer both have great Match ups...

Posted by: leevi98 | September 25, 2010 4:03 PM | Report abuse

Driver and MSW. philly defense is pretty beat up and they gave up a ton to the RB and TE last week vs DET. I think they'll try to fix that, which means WRs should do well.

Posted by: zcezcest1 | September 25, 2010 4:24 PM | Report abuse

thanks for the advice....anyone else gonna chime in? Would love to hear multiple thoughts and opinions on who to start at WR

Posted by: leevi98 | September 25, 2010 6:07 PM | Report abuse

On the NFLN scrolling stats at the bottom of the screen, I noticed earlier that Lloyd is like 6th in the league in receiving yardage. I immediately threw up in my mouth a little...

Posted by: brownwood26 | September 25, 2010 6:00 PM |

I don't believe it


Posted by: scampbell1975 | September 25, 2010 6:03 PM |

According to NFL.com he's tied for 9th yet only has 8 catches and zero TD's. Not impressive.

Posted by: scampbell1975 | September 25, 2010 6:09 PM | Report abuse

Ugh...talking AH for the 8 millionth time just made me sleepy...

Posted by: brownwood26 | September 25, 2010 5:56 PM

You are sleepy. Don't drive like this.

You posted it twice. And not the usual double move -- these posts were 45 minutes apart. An alert guy gets his double post with the same time stamp.

Posted by: beep-beep | September 25, 2010 6:09 PM | Report abuse

i figured I'd ask my fellow RI blogger s since we like to debate football here...was hoping to hear more opinions and discussion on the WRs

Posted by: leevi98 | September 25, 2010 6:11 PM | Report abuse

Haha beep...posted it, walked away from the computer for awhile, came back and saw that it was still sending. My bad on the double post...hate that sh*t...

scamp, either way Lloyd is playing well. Which pisses me off because I don't think he had 100+ yards in two years here, let alone in the first two weeks of any season. Now THAT'S a guy Skins fans should hate after he's gone, not JC or LaVar...

Posted by: brownwood26 | September 25, 2010 6:25 PM | Report abuse

Who'd you use them on? Poopy? Albert_Haynesworth? Chia_Pet? No_Punt_Intended?

Posted by: beep-beep | September 25, 2010 4:39 PM

-----------

This might help beep:

How To Stop Obsessive Thoughts
by MARK IVAR MYHRE on AUGUST 14, 2007

If you want to learn how to stop obsessive thoughts, the first step involves understanding exactly what’s happening to you right now. It’s like you’re spinning on a hamster wheel. Like a treadmill that just runs in circles without ever getting anywhere.

Why?

Because you lack TRACTION. You spin because there’s nothing to grab hold of.

I know; it’s obvious.

But it’s important to really let it in: you lack traction. That’s why you can’t stop the obsessive thoughts.

Again, I know; it’s obvious.

You’re thinking about something because you HAVE to think about it. You have to think about it because you ARE thinking about it. A catch-22. Can’t stop… can’t stop… can’t stop… those obsessive thoughts. Spinning away on a hamster wheel…

Look, everybody thinks they’re right. It’s not a question of who’s really right. No. Here’s the true question: do you want to learn how to stop obsessive thoughts, or don’t you?

Which holds greater value? Peace of mind; happiness; resolution; balance; realness? Or spinning in righteousness?

Imagine a hamster wheel spinning in your head. See it spinning and spinning away. Think the agonizing, obsessive thoughts. Then imagine it slowly turns into a sphere of light. Let it slowly sink down to the middle of your body. Feel it sinking down through your head, into your neck, then into your chest and then maybe all the way to your stomach or where ever feels right to you.

Seek out the feelings that come from your BODY. Not the so-called feelings that come out of your head. Focus on your body. And stop focusing all your attention in your head.

all the best,

Mark

Mark Ivar Myhre
The Emotional Healing Wizard

Posted by: Chia_Pet | September 25, 2010 6:26 PM | Report abuse

scamp, either way Lloyd is playing well. Which pisses me off because I don't think he had 100+ yards in two years here, let alone in the first two weeks of any season. Now THAT'S a guy Skins fans should hate after he's gone, not JC or LaVar...

Posted by: brownwood26 | September 25, 2010 6:25 PM |

Dude, he got most of that in one game which does NOT mean he is playing well. It means he had one good game.

Posted by: scampbell1975 | September 25, 2010 6:29 PM | Report abuse

If only we were playing New Orleans last year Moe.

Posted by: mack1 | September 25, 2010 6:29 PM | Report abuse


"I'm always ready," said Thomas, who has participated only on special teams during Washington's first two games. "You never know when it's going to come, so all you can do is stay positive, keep working hard and showing the coaches that you deserve" a chance.


sound like something a rookie might say

Posted by: hessone | September 25, 2010 6:30 PM | Report abuse


Mark Ivar Myhre
The Emotional Healing Wizard

Posted by: Chia_Pet | September 25, 2010 6:26 PM |

Chia_Pet,

could you be a bit more deeper ?
Thanks

Posted by: hessone | September 25, 2010 6:57 PM | Report abuse

How To Stop Obsessive Thoughts
by MARK IVAR MYHRE on AUGUST 14, 2007

Posted by: Chia_Pet | September 25, 2010 6:26 PM

Isn't that special? Chia_Pet, or one of his sock puppets, has been spending his spare time on SelfGrowth.com and he wanted to share one of his inspirational readings with us.

If you're a troll, you measure "Self Growth" by the number of sock puppets in your stable.

Posted by: beep-beep | September 25, 2010 7:00 PM | Report abuse

I am a little shocked that Devin Thomas could not beat out Roydell Williams. Maybe this wk DT11 can show something and get on the field on a regualar basis. One can only hope. By the way Dallas still sucks!!! 0-3 here they come

Posted by: wattsicon | September 25, 2010 4:34 PM | Report abuse

Its pretty simple. DT11 is either too stupid or too lazy to do the right thing at the right time, every time, on the field.

Until he smartens up and puts out 100% all day every day on the field and in the meeting room... he will remain banished unless somebody goes down in front of him. Like this week.

I'm either stupid or hopeful. Probably both. He's on my bench after i picked him up this week.

Posted by: SkinsfaninKaneohe | September 25, 2010 7:22 PM | Report abuse

Just trying to help you with your problem (problems) beep.

After jumping on the blog for the first time in awhile and seeing that you're still spinning in circles about the whole sock puppet thing, I googled "obsessive behavior" and this just seemed tailor made for you.

Just a suggestion.

Jeesh!

Posted by: Chia_Pet | September 25, 2010 7:25 PM | Report abuse

One more tid bit, TE / League Source / beep-beep

This one from http://www.donotbeajerk.com/

----------

A Jerk is sarcastic, mean, unforgiving and never misses an opportunity to make a cutting remark. Jerk’s repulsive personality quickly alienates other people, and after some initial skirmishing he is usually ostracized.

Still, Jerk is very happy to participate in electronic forums because in cyberspace he is free to be himself…without the risk of getting a real-time punch in the mouth.

----------

It goes on to suggest ways to NOT be a jerk, beep.

Feel free to indulge, sir.

Posted by: Chia_Pet | September 25, 2010 7:34 PM | Report abuse


beeps to who else

Posted by: hessone | September 25, 2010 8:23 PM | Report abuse

We're all waiting # 11! And waiting, and waiting......

Posted by: artsnsportz | September 25, 2010 11:34 PM | Report abuse

The 'Skins should give Devin the Jerry G and sign a player off of someone's practice squad instead. They've wanted this guy to be the guy since day 1, but it's time to face the fact that this draft pick was a swung-on-and-missed.

Posted by: josettes | September 26, 2010 12:43 AM | Report abuse

True test…If you don’t look good against this Rams defense you never will.

Make me eat that piece of crow pie and put an end to the work in progress crap.

WR…work in progress…no…check!

Posted by: noah_count | September 26, 2010 9:35 AM | Report abuse

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