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Old 02-18-2013, 11:36 PM   #46
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Knowing what we all know now, would you rather have Russell Wilson and our first rounders back, so we could have also gotten janoris Jenkins. Or RG3 and no firsts for a few years.
how many times is this question going to be asked?
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Old 02-18-2013, 11:45 PM   #47
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Old 02-18-2013, 11:56 PM   #49
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Offseason man.

And I forgot that A) someone asked this before and B) what people had answered and C) I thought that the question that was asked before was RG3 or Wilson straight up; I'm asking with the whole drafts picks countered in
Still I'd take Griffin I'm telling you he will win a super bowl in Washington soon
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Old 02-19-2013, 11:55 AM   #50
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RGIII is a better leader than Wilson. A 'leadership' analogy: Wilson is like Romo whereas RGIII is like Brees.
yeah I dont know about that. Both have shown impressive leadership qualities. The biggest difference to me is RG3 is the better, faster runner. More of a playmaker with his feet. Wilson would have to tape a cheetah to his back to match that speed.
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Knowing what we all know now, would you rather have Russell Wilson and our first rounders back, so we could have also gotten janoris Jenkins. Or RG3 and no firsts for a few years.
As much as I love RG3, Wilson can do everything RG3 can do. I'd take the picks and Wilson.
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Old 02-19-2013, 05:19 PM   #52
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yeah I dont know about that. Both have shown impressive leadership qualities. The biggest difference to me is RG3 is the better, faster runner. More of a playmaker with his feet. Wilson would have to tape a cheetah to his back to match that speed.

Sounds like you've put some thought into this.
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Old 02-19-2013, 05:49 PM   #53
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As much as I love RG3, Wilson can do everything RG3 can do. I'd take the picks and Wilson.
Wilson doesn't have the arm or the speed Griffin has. Sometimes we forget how bad ass the guy really is.
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Old 02-19-2013, 06:02 PM   #54
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Wilson doesn't have the arm or the speed Griffin has. Sometimes we forget how bad ass the guy really is.
And will be. Five years from now I expect that Gryphon will have left Wilson in the dust in terms of development.
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Old 02-21-2013, 09:52 AM   #55
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the draft grade is an a +++++++++++, with the exception of mcrib. He needs to step it up this next year if he plays.
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Wilson doesn't have the arm or the speed Griffin has. Sometimes we forget how bad ass the guy really is.
THANK YOU

did everybody forget about that 70+ yard run against the Vikings? RGIII is one of the fastes PLAYERS, not just quaterbacks, in the entire league. Add that to the bomb TD's he threw against Philly and Dallas, division rivals makes it that much sweeter, and i have no question who i'd rather have.

ON top of the raw talent look at the team around them. Offensively both quaterbacks had similar situations. Hard running backs with decent recievers to throw to. On defense.... whole 'nother story. Seahawks were much better on a consistant basis than we were.

I give props to Wilson, dudes a stud. But He didn't change the culture of Washington, or the NFL for that matter, the way RG has. He's taken over D.C. like Brees in NO did. He's the best thing this franchise has done/gotten in a long time how can anyone even ask if he's worth it?
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We also remember that Wilson didn't get injured and Robert did twice. That's why the question was raised. We also remember that we don't have all our picks for 2 straight years
just curious if you were hoping we would take Wilson over Griffin last year?
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Old 02-21-2013, 09:13 PM   #58
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I love that this thread popped up again. It was great to see the comment about bulking up Alfred Morris, so he could be our backup Fullback. And the "Rex knows the system, so he will definitely be the backup" comments are epic in hindsight. Awesome. Now onto page 3.
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Old 02-22-2013, 08:12 AM   #59
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If the Redskins could arrange to get Wilson and the Seattle corners, I would rather have that.
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Old 02-22-2013, 09:21 AM   #60
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Ok, well if its just the cherry picking hindsight game, I'll take Aaron Rodgers, Calvin Johnson, JJ Watts, Von Miller, Patrick Peterson, and Kuechly.


No one would have taken Wilson over Griffin, no one. That he played well is a testament to his ability and confidence, but to say you would rather have him is just a meaningless discussion. What if Wilson had gotten banged by Aldon Smith and Griffin had gone out of bounds and never taken that Ngata hit. Would you still want Wilson. It's a dumb discussion even for early offseason talk. Wilson was passed on by several qb starved teams because his pre draft stock (mainly his height) didn't make him attractive earlier, and several teams were looking at him right around where he was picked (including the Redskins according to reports).


Let me ask it this way, suppose the Skins take Griffin and Wilson in the draft instead of Cousins, do you think Wilson beats out Griffin in training camp? The answer isn't just no, its not in a million years no.
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