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Old 09-11-2006, 11:46 PM   #151
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Portis looked good. I don't think Springs will be on the field.

Heck...then throw my grandma out there. She's not busy
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Old 09-11-2006, 11:46 PM   #152
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Re: 9/11/2006: Redskins (0-0) vs. Vikings (0-0)

too many throw aways.need to keep the plays alive longer.Im not saying its his fault for loss i just think we need a spark at QB.and campbell can give us that.
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Old 09-11-2006, 11:52 PM   #153
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unless campbell can play linebacker, I don't think he should be in there
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Old 09-12-2006, 12:02 AM   #154
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Re: 9/11/2006: Redskins (0-0) vs. Vikings (0-0)

The bottom line is we didn't execute the offense any better than we did in preseason...vice a few decent plays. The defense had 0 pressure on the quarterback (which I didn't expect at all). At home...TODAY (9/11), with 94000+ behind you, you can't lose this game. If we played at Minnesota we would have lost by 20 the way we played. It's a short week, and we have a better team to play next week. I'm not impressed. This better be a good week of practice. Dallas will be hungry, especially considering what happened to them last year in Dallas against Washington. I just hope we will be more hungry.
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Old 09-12-2006, 12:13 AM   #155
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The calls for Campbell are absolutely ridiculous.

We need to give the offense a few more weeks to come together. Bringing in an inexperienced QB at this point isn't going to solve anything and it would be an act of desperation. 0-1 is not time to hit the panic button.

Relax. 15 games to go.
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Old 09-12-2006, 12:18 AM   #156
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Vikes fan here (in case you didnt notice)

Good hard fought game tonight. I was a little nervous at the half, as well as the end when the skins were driving. Hall would have made that kick 5 years ago. The skins showed some positives tonight, especially in the receiving corps. I think you guys will rebound, especially after kicking the shiznit out of the cowgirls next week. Two primetime games in a row. Good luck in the NFC east, looks to be quite a tough division this year.

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Old 09-12-2006, 01:01 AM   #158
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Re: 9/11/2006: Redskins (0-0) vs. Vikings (0-0)

The words pathetic come to mind.

Another 6-10 year, get ready for the long Hall
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The words pathetic come to mind.

Another 6-10 year, get ready for the long Hall
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Old 09-12-2006, 01:06 AM   #160
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The D has been a bigger letdown than the O if you ask me.
For me, the D was definately a bigger letdown than the O. I didn't expect the offense to be brilliant and it wasn't. I didn't expect the defense to be mediocre (generally stout against the run and sub-par against the pass) but it was.
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What's so funny? Take a look at our schedule. I can only see 3-4 wins that should be a lockup, we will be damn lucky to finish 8-8. I thought we would see improvment tonight from last year, we can't even stay up to par! The defense looked like a high school team on third down and the offensive steadily refused (thanks to the reliability in 14th season Brunnel) to take shots down the field. With the always upsetting special teams we have no shot to the playoffs this year.
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Old 09-12-2006, 01:19 AM   #162
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It's a very long season.

An opening night loss doesn't break the season.
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Old 09-12-2006, 01:47 AM   #163
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Well, I'm glad I attended the game, even though we lost, I still enjoyed the experience of being at Fedex and the thrills of being at a game, seeing the action with your own two eyes instead of through a tv camera. Here are some points I'd like to make:

I haven't seen the stats yet, but the Vikings O did a pretty good job against our d. There wasn't a lot of blitzing on our part, and I like to think that can be attributed to the loss of Springs. When G.W. blitzes, he needs to have reliable corners like Springs that can be put on an island and can hold their own. Obviously not having Springs hurt us in that department a bit.

The Vikings d pretty effectively shut our offense down. I saw the screen pass run four times this game, the only one that was effective was the one on the first play of the game. Not only that, but where in the hell was the deep ball? I don't even think Brunell attempted one the whole game.

Speaking of Brunell, normally i'd excuse his performance, but I was rather disappointed at how easily he gave up on some plays and threw the ball away instead of making time by using his legs and taking some chances.

Also, I was rather disappointed with our red zone offense. Two times we were inside their ten yard line, two times we came away with field goals. Field goals don't win games by theirselves. With all the weapons we have on offense, there shouldn't be any excuses as to why we can't punch it in.
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Re: 9/11/2006: Redskins (0-0) vs. Vikings (0-0)

So what is the prediction against Dallas next Sunday night? To be honest with you, Dallas looked better yesterday than we did tonight. Jacksonville has the "real deal" defense, but I'm not sure that we can match that considering the effort we put forth tonight. What are your thoughts?
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Old 09-12-2006, 02:25 AM   #165
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too many throw aways.need to keep the plays alive longer.Im not saying its his fault for loss i just think we need a spark at QB.and campbell can give us that.
Where do you live sniks? EEich and I caught the game tonight at Rookies in Cromwell.
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