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Old 10-02-2012, 01:25 PM   #61
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Old 10-03-2012, 08:04 AM   #62
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Alfred Morris, fifth in the league in rushing and more important a very healthy 4.6 ypc (Arian Foster 3.7, Adrian Peterson 4.2) and ZERO fumbles (Lesean McCoy 3 fumbles). Gotta give the Oline credit as well.
I temper my enthusiasm a bit with the offensive line just because the scheme is really covering up for some of their weaknesses. That being said some food for thought regarding our Offensive Line:

1. 28th in the league in experience with 175 total games played between all 5 starting offensive linemen.

2. 3rd in the league w/ rushes of over 10 yards(9).

3. When competing for short yardage 1st downs on 3rd and 4th down, we have a 50% conversion rate outside of the guards, and a 100% conversion rate in the 1 or 2 gaps.

4. We've given up 11 sacks, tied for 9 most in the league.

5. 26 QB hits allowed, 2nd most behind the Eagles. (style of QB play is the large grain of salt with this statistic)
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Old 10-03-2012, 08:26 AM   #63
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I temper my enthusiasm a bit with the offensive line just because the scheme is really covering up for some of their weaknesses. That being said some food for thought regarding our Offensive Line:

1. 28th in the league in experience with 175 total games played between all 5 starting offensive linemen.

2. 3rd in the league w/ rushes of over 10 yards(9).

3. When competing for short yardage 1st downs on 3rd and 4th down, we have a 50% conversion rate outside of the guards, and a 100% conversion rate in the 1 or 2 gaps.

4. We've given up 11 sacks, tied for 9 most in the league.

5. 26 QB hits allowed, 2nd most behind the Eagles. (style of QB play is the large grain of salt with this statistic)
Isn't that what good offensive game planning is supposed to do, accentuate your strengths, and mask your weaknesses? Shouldn't Forrester and K Shanahan get some credit for that fact? and wouldn't we all like to see the same approach on the D?
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Old 10-03-2012, 08:32 AM   #64
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Isn't that what good offensive game planning is supposed to do, accentuate your strengths, and mask your weaknesses? Shouldn't Forrester and K Shanahan get some credit for that fact? and wouldn't we all like to see the same approach on the D?
Agree, but i dont think our game planning is to help the offensive line, but more so to maximize and diversify RG3's potential. The O-Line's success is an ancillary benefit to a game plan designed around a super-talent. Robert is definitely making them look better. They appear to be getting more cohesive and for now, are staying healthy(i dont like to think of J. Brown as a starter, becuase he never does).
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Old 10-06-2012, 10:18 PM   #66
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Agree, but i dont think our game planning is to help the offensive line, but more so to maximize and diversify RG3's potential. The O-Line's success is an ancillary benefit to a game plan designed around a super-talent. Robert is definitely making them look better. They appear to be getting more cohesive and for now, are staying healthy(i dont like to think of J. Brown as a starter, becuase he never does).
You guys are nuts.. RG3 makes the line loom worse outside a handful of scrambles. He doesnt throw the ball away and results in sacks and QB hits whem running around. Oline is doing solid outside RT. Monty is playing at an all pro level. Him amd Trent are the glue for the front.

Saw a stat line on a different website about our o line and Monty is somewhere around 88% rate for succesful blocks which is even better them Trent.
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hey guys, i know this has NOTHING to with this thread. but im kinda sketchin out haha. im a die hard fan from virginia beach and i justtt went and met up with a cool ass dude and bought 2 tickets for tomorrows game. the thing that is kinda sketch about the tickets issss, every game ive ever been to, there is a player on the ticket and these 2 tickets dont have anybody on them. Im just wondering if anybody has any feedback about the tickets for tomorrows game.. thank you
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this is what the season tickets look like:



not sure who the player on it for Game 5 is, might be the one that had the mistake : Robert Helu, but I don't know if there are other types of tickets that might not have a picture (i don't think so personally)
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In fact here is the game 5 (with the named player mistake) ticket:

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seeee thats what i thought, the tickets i just bought, say washington redskins vs atlanta falcons in black, and the whole background of the ticket is a bunch of skins emblems, far left of the ticket says game 4, far right says washington redskins in red, with a skins helmet and a little fedex field under it, under the redskins falcons it says, sunday, october 7 2012- 100pm upper level. then, ticket price : $79.00(plus tax). then says enter gate: bud light pavilion. has the bar code and the section, row and seat. on the back of the ticket is all the fine print stuff and on the top is a pink redskins emblem and on the bottom it says, washington redskins charitable foundations, with another little pink skins emblem. it looks 100 percent legit and has all the little small like numbers and markings as a legit ticket but i dont know. haha i hope its legit because at 5am me and my buddy will be leaving VB for fedex with sean taylor and rg3 jerseys on... thanks for the responses guys
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never should have drafted him, w his lack of production, his fumbling problems, his bad attitude, he's just one big headache. terrible example of a redskin
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Alfred Morris now has Snyder on his iPhone, and he is being personally managed by CP & Dolemite Jenkins.
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not sure who the player on it for Game 5 is, might be the one that had the mistake : Robert Helu, but I don't know if there are other types of tickets that might not have a picture (i don't think so personally)
The set I saw also had Fletcher with the wrong number (52).
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Old 10-24-2012, 09:59 PM   #74
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Steal of the draft. Great kid and great effort. We have now seem seven strong weeks from Morris. He has some big holes but he hits them fast and hard and always churns out yards. Really impressive kid, always moving forward.
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Alfred Morris turned out to break and set the Redskins season record for rushing yardage in his rookie season. From John Riggins to Stephen Davis to Clinton Portis to Alfred Morris. That's some pretty great company Morris has placed himself in.
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