Parcells: Everyone practiced, no roster moves. Really nothing new. We worked on long yardage today. Alot of the hard work is over but we still have a couple of things to work on. Defensively Washington is the same as last year, but offensively they are different. Both of the coaches come from the (Don) Coryell Tree. They have a better receiving corp this year. Cooley is a nice player for them. THey are deeper at RB. I kind of expect to see Duckett show up. Both kickers kicked about the same today. I've watched them both alot this week. We will make the decision later on who to play. There is a possibility we use two kickers. I don't want to but we may. If we use two kicker it will either effect the offensive backfield or LB corp. That will take away a pretty good ST player for us. A LB would effect our nickel package or goal line package. If I were to take two it would be in order to save our selves some feild position on KO. Last week the Jags averaged starting on the 19. THat's 10 yards less than the average. It may not sound like much, but it can amount to 40 or so yards over the coaurse of the game. We are if not the only, one of the very few carrying two kickers. It is definitely a problem. Flo made the whole practice again today. We practiced pretty hard today. He's been doing that for two weeks now. Hopefully that will get him ready to go. Flo made definite progress as a player and in his workout regime. You have to watch theat as one bad game doesn't make a season for a player. Sometimes we are too quick to judge a player. He only played 25-30 plays in the preseason, that's not alot. I've never had a problem with his motivation. I don't know who made that observation. Whoever it was doesn't count. When a guy is at your conditioning program everyday at 6:00 am, he has some motivation. Not sure who will return punts. We did practice with Rector some. If I take two kickers we might have to go in another direction. What I am seeing with Washington is a hybrid of the Buddy Ryan system a few years back. They do use parts of the 3-4 as well. If you have a WR that can get yards after the catch, it is a good match against that type of defense. We have quite a few plays where TO does the catch and run. I would be a bit hesitant to do a hitch route though. Running after the catch is something that TO brings to this team. I think the Redskins really want to use 3 WR and a TE or 3 TE and 1 WR if you want to count Cooley as a TE. That is really their two basic sets. There is only ramification to being 0-2 and that is only if you don't recover from it. It's a little early in the season to see what the result will be. It is really important to get off to a good start. The way our shedule is we have some difficult games and several road games to start the season. The home games at the end of the season can really be beneficial if you can win early. Probably only two or three coaches in this league will tell you they like the bye week where it falls. It falss where it falls, nothing you can do about it. We will just play 14 games in a row. Coaching in the league is no more difficult than it ever was, I just think there are more peripheral issues around the team than there used to be. Agents, hangers-on, people with agendas; just a lott of characters around than what used to exist. The scrutiny is much greater than it used to be. Coaching really isn't that much different. The way that it is set up, no team really has an advantage over the other. The way the divisions are set up is for the fan interest. It's a much bigger machine than it used to be, just a lot more to deal with. The whole organization used to be about 35 people, it's much larger than that now. In some ways I wish there were more division games. I think that's healthy, but, by the same token you get to see different teams from different parts of the country. That is set up for the fans and it is good too. We also play about every night of the week now. I think Gibbs has taught me a thing or two. I watched alot of what he has done over the years. He has been a very influential coach. The one-back system he developed in the 80's. Much like Bill Walsh, Coryell and other people. I don't think he would take credit for any defensive innovations. I haven't talked to him since he took the job at Washington. That's just the way it is, nothing personal just competition. I have a high regard for him. Archuletta is a good in the box aggressive tackler. He and Taylor are both good physical players. You have to account for them or they will hurt you. We have challenged our CB's to come up with plays this weekend. They are going against a top WR in Moss, you certainly don't want him padding his stats. We tried very hard in practice today. We had some mental mistakes yesterday, but not so many today. That's good.