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Old 06-20-2006, 03:05 PM   #16
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Our offensive line play last year has me boosted. Derrick Dockery started to get his game up and with the O-line having another year TOGETHER, let me repeat this TOGETHER, also help my optimism. We are returning mostly our CORE positions. Not skill but CORE. Everyone used to talk about how the Skins recycled players each year but our core (i.e. O-line, quarterback) are the same. There is alot more continuity with our organization then their has been in the past 10 years or so. I try to hold my confidence back but I really feel that we have a strong chance of making if not winning the ,.... I can
t say it because I don't want to jinx it. You guys know what I mean though.


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Old 06-20-2006, 05:57 PM   #17
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Personally, I think we'll see Sean Taylor in the lineup at offense. One thing we didn't get with Randel El, and don't have with Patten or Moss (kinda) is a leaper. Lloyd can really go up, but if we put Sean Taylor in it seems like teams were doubling him up in the Red Zone. That opens a lot of people up. I'd like to see him catch a couple balls though!

As far as earlier on Brunell not having a job to do. I don't buy that one bit. His timing and balls better be pretty to use these receivers to their full potential. If hes putting a lot of balls behind them or delivering too slow it's not good. This teams success rests squarely on whoever is under center, in my opinion.
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Old 06-20-2006, 06:03 PM   #18
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Is it a coincidence, or is it on purpose that Portis , when talking about his offensive performance next year , he mentions sean taylor, ahead of Santana and Cooley, who lined up at WR a few times last year in the bears game, is he goign to get some offensive reps this year from Al Saunders?
That was what I was thinking. Sean should give it a go in goal line situations. At worst his freakish vertical jump ability will draw attention and at best he will use it. We might look to him for the height we need every once in a while. It would distract the hell out of the defense if in the middle of a drive we put sean out there and then ran a draw or something.
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Old 06-20-2006, 06:14 PM   #19
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bsb, let me condense that for you. the redskins will at least play in the nfc championship game and the redskins offense will lead the league in scoring(how was that?)
Does that mean they no longer suck horse balls?
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Old 06-20-2006, 08:20 PM   #21
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Portis will probably catch more balls this year. I can Saunders sending all the receivers deep and letting Ports work his magic against LBs. I wouldn't be surprised if he catches 50+ balls this year.
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Buster I can sit and watch that clip all day long. I think that's during the replay when John Madden said, ... "and Sean Taylor the safety comes up and just unloads on him."

Now if you can convince me that that wasn't a fumble I'd believe Tom Brady didn't fumble against Oakland.
That was DEFINATELY a fumble, he caught it then turned and ran at least 2-3 steps before getting hammered.

Maybe the refs thought it was his head.
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Personally, I think we'll see Sean Taylor in the lineup at offense. One thing we didn't get with Randel El, and don't have with Patten or Moss (kinda) is a leaper. Lloyd can really go up, but if we put Sean Taylor in it seems like teams were doubling him up in the Red Zone. That opens a lot of people up. I'd like to see him catch a couple balls though!

As far as earlier on Brunell not having a job to do. I don't buy that one bit. His timing and balls better be pretty to use these receivers to their full potential. If hes putting a lot of balls behind them or delivering too slow it's not good. This teams success rests squarely on whoever is under center, in my opinion.
Taylor can leap to catch the ball...or leap over the line on a goalline run.

We know he can take the hits on a play like that...
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