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PennSkinsFan 09-27-2009 05:40 PM

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
 
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DynamiteRave 09-27-2009 06:48 PM

Re: Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
 
Thumbs up: Jason Campbell. He didn't do so bad. Put up good numbers, though the scoreboard said differently.

Moss: He had a good day as well, finally showed up to play.

Thumbs down: Everyone else. Offensively they sucked. Defensively they sucked. Don't even get me started on the coaching.

Skinny Tee 09-27-2009 06:50 PM

Re: Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
 
I wish I had three more hands so I could give this five thumbs down.

THE MILKS GONE BAD!!!

Hog1 09-27-2009 07:18 PM

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Thumbs up....alcohol
Thumbs down...ran out......

Ruhskins 09-27-2009 08:49 PM

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[quote=Hog1;597548]Thumbs up....alcohol
Thumbs down...ran out......[/quote]

:rofl:

I actually didn't bother drinking...it would have helped probably.

Chico23231 09-27-2009 09:07 PM

Re: Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
 
Thumbs up-1.Santana Moss, 2.Jim Beam
Thumbs down- 1.The entire offense and the our 3rd down defense. 2.Having to face my co-workers tomorrow

Mattyk 09-27-2009 10:51 PM

Re: Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
 
This is my thumbs down for the season as a whole so far. Fix these two areas and we can get back on track. Whether they are capable of doing it is yet to be seen.
[B]
Thumbs down:[/B] [I]Redskins defense[/I]. Right now they can't get off the field and are getting scorched on 3rd downs. In 2 of the 3 games this year the Skins have been completely owned in the time of possession battle and the D is definitely a contributing factor to that.

[B]Thumbs down:[/B] [I]Redskins running game[/I]. They haven't been able to establish any consistency in the running game so far in 3 games. They're a passing team right now but it's an efficient low risk passing game, not the kind of explosive passing attack that can carry the entire offense. This offense still needs an effective running game. If they're going to get this thing turned around, they need to get the running game cranked up. Simple as that.

GMScud 09-27-2009 10:55 PM

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[quote=Ruhskins;597736]:rofl:

I actually didn't bother drinking...it would have helped probably.[/quote]

Yeah, I didn't drink either. Until right now. A warm wave of "I don't give a f*ck" just ran through me. God bless single malt scotch.

GMScud 09-27-2009 11:00 PM

Re: Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
 
Thumbs down: Offensive Line. Campbell had very little time in the pocket today, and the run blocking is weak. The right side of our O-line might as well not be there.

Thumbs down: The front office for knowing damn well O-line was our biggest deficiency and doing next to nothing to fix it.

Thumbs down: The entire defense. Just horrible. Bad tacking, no QB pressure or sacks, no turnovers, cornerbacks who are so bad that they give 10 yard cushions and avoid bump and run coverage like the plague. We had a winless rookie QB torching us today, smiling and sticking his tounge out like Michael Jordan.

Three words: Pa. The. Tic.

Luxorreb 09-27-2009 11:13 PM

Re: Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
 
Thumbs Up- Santana Moss, London Fletcher, Dale's Pale Ale, Dickel Barrel Select

Thumbs Down- Tomkat, O line, Blache, Secondary, D line, losing to a team that only had just over 40,000 fans present and Fox game coverage.


Perhaps the Redskins will be Parcells next job...

Trample the Elderly 09-27-2009 11:18 PM

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What did the Lion's five fingers say to the Redskin's face?

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PennSkinsFan 09-28-2009 09:05 AM

Re: Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
 
[quote=Mattyk72;597904]This is my thumbs down for the season as a whole so far. Fix these two areas and we can get back on track. Whether they are capable of doing it is yet to be seen.
[B]
Thumbs down:[/B] [I]Redskins defense[/I]. Right now they can't get off the field and are getting scorched on 3rd downs. In 2 of the 3 games this year the Skins have been completely owned in the time of possession battle and the D is definitely a contributing factor to that.

[B]Thumbs down:[/B] [I]Redskins running game[/I]. They haven't been able to establish any consistency in the running game so far in 3 games. They're a passing team right now but it's an efficient low risk passing game, not the kind of explosive passing attack that can carry the entire offense. This offense still needs an effective running game. If they're going to get this thing turned around, they need to get the running game cranked up. Simple as that.[/quote]

I wonder how much of the running game problem goes to what Rodney Harrison said yesterday. Harrison said talking to players and coaches, he found teams have no respect at all for Jason Campbell as a starter, they do not fear him, and they pull defenses up to stop Portis and force campbell to beat them, which he cant do.

The bad deal is, if JC is nothing more than a league backup and we have a sub-average offensive line, those two combined would create offensive disaster, which is what we are facing.

DBUCHANON101 09-28-2009 09:12 AM

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[quote=PennSkinsFan;598193]I wonder how much of the running game problem goes to what Rodney Harrison said yesterday. Harrison said talking to players and coaches, he found teams have no respect at all for Jason Campbell as a starter, they do not fear him, and [B]they pull defenses up to stop Portis and force campbell to beat them, which he cant do.
[/B]
The bad deal is, if JC is nothing more than a league backup and we have a sub-average offensive line, those two combined would create offensive disaster, which is what we are facing.[/quote]

Agreed, noone fears the arm of JC so defenses stack the line and take their chances. So far the odds are in their favor.

Mattyk 09-28-2009 09:12 AM

Re: Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
 
[quote=PennSkinsFan;598193]I wonder how much of the running game problem goes to what Rodney Harrison said yesterday. Harrison said talking to players and coaches, he found teams have no respect at all for Jason Campbell as a starter, they do not fear him, and they pull defenses up to stop Portis and force campbell to beat them, which he cant do.

The bad deal is, if JC is nothing more than a league backup and we have a sub-average offensive line, those two combined would create offensive disaster, which is what we are facing.[/quote]

I just don't see JC as the problem right now. When you look around the league there are plenty of QBs that don't necessarily scare people, but they are still winning games.


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