Run, Tiki, Run ...

You know what, I think he called up the Redskins and asked them to make him look good. But seriously, he's just doing what everyone else has been doing against the Redskins' defense this year. Remember, he ran over them last time as well. He's a strong runner, and he's smart. He's patient and he waits for the hole to open and his acceleration is remarkable. He goes from 0-to-50 as fast as any running back in the league. But I think patience, and smarts, are his best assets. If he wanted to reconsider, I think he's got four more years left in him, at least. It doesn't look like he's taken a lot of bad hits in his career.

By Ken Harvey |  December 30, 2006; 11:04 PM ET
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While Tiki looks like he's got more years left, Gibbs looks like a lost, frustrated, out of touch, over the hill, less than impressive face of a losing franchise.

Posted by: Almazar80 | December 30, 2006 11:09 PM

Forgot to add. With all the moves Gibbs has made, he put this franchise in a big hole that will take years to dig out of. They will probably be the cellar dwellers for the next few years. Some savior! NOT!

Posted by: Almazar80 | December 30, 2006 11:12 PM

Although I am on the JG bandwagon, we must have GM who is NOT JG or the JG return will not work. JG must step down as President and someone pls fire VInnie Cerrato and Joe must take back the offensive playcalling and for goodness sakes, let's get some quality defensive linemen, middle linebacker and some good db's thru the draft and stay off the free agent market. Get a Gm in to do this, like maybe, I don't know................... Bobby Beathard, and let Joe coach, that is what he is good at and Joe, let's get mad in week 2, not when the season is lost and bring back Carlisle and run a real old school training camp....let's cut the %^&*(&*() and get this done.

Posted by: Kris Smith | December 31, 2006 12:02 AM

At least they'll have a higher draft pick to throw away.

Posted by: Mike | December 31, 2006 12:17 AM

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