Shawn Springs Not 100% But Expected To Play..

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  1. Pick6TerenceNewman

    Pick6TerenceNewman Benched

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    Redskins CB Shawn Springs (calf) is expected to play Sunday night against Dallas.

    He isn't 100%, though, and if Washington uses him to shadow Terrell Owens as Springs usually does, T.O. could take advantage of the injury. More likely, the Skins will use a combination of Springs and DeAngelo Hall on Owens.
    Source: Washington Times
  2. Wrangler87

    Wrangler87 Well-Known Member

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    This is it. Owens is going to be huge tomorrow night.
  3. JJB500

    JJB500 Active Member

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    Sound like a good combo to me, T.O. should be good for at least 2-3 TD's........
  4. nake

    nake Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

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    Yes, if the Skins give T.O. a Hall pass, it will be greatly appreciated.
  5. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    I hope Jason Garrett finally comes up with a super game plan, and T O breaks out in this ballgame, and T O eats up the redskins.
  6. cowboyrock

    cowboyrock Benched

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    Bullcrap. Owens is washed up. 3 catches for 30 yards is about it.again.HE's WASHED UP.
  7. thekavorka

    thekavorka Well-Known Member

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    wasn't springs out for half the game the last time we played? any TO still couldn't get going?

    hopefully, RW11 makes a big impact for both TO and himself.
  8. AsthmaField

    AsthmaField Outta bounds

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    Dallas needs to come out tomorrow night getting the ball over and over to Roy Williams. Let him start eating their lunch and in the second half, when they adjust to stop the bleeding on Roy's side... then TO can light them up the whole second half.

    Not only would that help us win the game tomorrow... but it would give every defensive coordinator that we'll face in the second part of the season reason to give serious consideration as to how much they want to commit to stopping TO.

    It would be a big time win (in more ways than one) for Dallas if it plays out that way.

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