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Old 01-14-2011, 01:35 AM   #346
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When the draft is concluded, here are three names I will go looking for. If any two of them are on the Redskins' list, I will think they have had a good draft:

S. Wisnewski - - center - - Penn State (can also play guard?)

D. Sherrod - - offensive tackle - - Miss St

J. Powe - - defensive tackle - - Ole Miss
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Old 01-14-2011, 05:08 PM   #347
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I usually don't say this, in fact, I dismiss it from my vocabulary, Quarterback without a doubt. This is the time to do it because the rookie will have to learn the offense.
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Old 01-14-2011, 05:46 PM   #348
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I usually don't say this, in fact, I dismiss it from my vocabulary, Quarterback without a doubt. This is the time to do it because the rookie will have to learn the offense.
What offense? The two step drop? I say best player available minus TE.
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Old 01-14-2011, 07:09 PM   #349
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What offense? The two step drop? I say best player available minus TE.

No one wants to give credit where credit is do, when Grossman took over the offense was productive.

The best player available would be IMO a QB. Maybe we can put it off for another season but the law of averages says if we are rebuilding, go for the QB now. Select a OL in the second round. Get free agents and draftees to fortify the defense.
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Old 01-14-2011, 07:18 PM   #350
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No one wants to give credit where credit is do, when Grossman took over the offense was productive.

The best player available would be IMO a QB. Maybe we can put it off for another season but the law of averages says if we are rebuilding, go for the QB now. Select a OL in the second round. Get free agents and draftees to fortify the defense.
Really, from what I remember DM5 was critisized mostly because of this 3rd down completion percentage. From what I observed, Rex was no better in that category.
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Old 01-14-2011, 07:37 PM   #351
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Really, from what I remember DM5 was critisized mostly because of this 3rd down completion percentage. From what I observed, Rex was no better in that category.
It wasn't significantly better but the bottom line was it did improve under Grossman. I didn't look to deep at the numbers but in the final 3 games we had around four 3rd conversions per game. By the second half of the season we were lucky to get more then two with McNabb under center including going 0 for 10 in that Monday Night Blowout to Philly. Many of the games I'm looking at I'm seeing at most two 3rd down conversions.

The Tennessee game was our season high going 8 for 16 but the inability to finish drives when McNabb had all day to throw killed us. In fact the only reason we won that game was because of two dumb penalties on the part of Tennessee in OT.

By the way did you guys know that we were 2 for 10 against Houston while Houston was 6 for 14? WTF?
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Old 01-14-2011, 10:59 PM   #352
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Really, from what I remember DM5 was critisized mostly because of this 3rd down completion percentage. From what I observed, Rex was no better in that category.

From what I saw this past season, give me Grossman. I was hoping Donovan would get out of his cloud and began to use his years of experience to make the offense click.
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Old 01-14-2011, 11:44 PM   #353
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I'm good with Rex. Line men are needed, but getting average lineman and coaching them up is Shanny's strong suit. I'd like Prince Amurakura, if he is there. We need a strong CB.

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Wilbon is in Cams camp, and knows almost nothing about college football.

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