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Old 09-08-2006, 02:52 PM   #16
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Re: No love for Ol' DC

The preseason didn't seem to matter much to Pittsburgh last night.
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Old 09-08-2006, 02:59 PM   #17
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Re: No love for Ol' DC

There's one way for sure to put an end to all the negative publicity, and that is to win games.
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Old 09-08-2006, 03:06 PM   #18
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I wouldn't say the pre-season means 'absolutely nothing'...I think that's taking things to the other extreme as well. Just like putting all your stock in preseason isn't good either. I think I'd prefer somewhere in the middle. Preseason is an evalutation time. Talent, execution, skill, as well as attitude.

Brunell did come around some toward the end, but I'm a little nervous.
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Old 09-08-2006, 03:09 PM   #19
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All the people bemoaning our offensive play are looking past some things. I will grant that the lack of production COULD be a concern. In fact if our offense had been vanilla I would be concerned. But our offense wasn't even vanilla in pre-season. It wasn't even a system really. According to coaches they actually treated the games like practice. Essentially putting guys in positions and situations to see what they can do. Doing so with little regard for game situation et al. If we had gone out and tried to run a system in those games I would be very worried. Even a vanilla system. As it is we did not. We went out and worked on plays. We'd a run a play one direction then run the other direction on the next play. One game we didn't max protect but like 2 or 3 times to whole game. We left the o-line all on islands just to work on that aspect. We didn't run any system so why should we me worried when the O looked like poo?

When Joe Gibbs comes out to a post game conference like after the Patriots game and looks like absolutely nothing happened that should tell you something. Either the old man is crazy or he knows that what happened wasn't a real indication of anything.
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Old 09-08-2006, 03:10 PM   #20
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sean salisbury gave us some love when I was watching ESPN the other day...I think he said we would win the division or at least make the playoffs
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Old 09-08-2006, 03:11 PM   #21
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All the people bemoaning our offensive play are looking past some things. I will grant that the lack of production COULD be a concern. In fact if our offense had been vanilla I would be concerned. But our offense wasn't even vanilla in pre-season. It wasn't even a system really. According to coaches they actually treated the games like practice. Essentially putting guys in positions and situations to see what they can do. Doing so with little regard for game situation et al. If we had gone out and tried to run a system in those games I would be very worried. Even a vanilla system. As it is we did not. We went out and worked on plays. We'd a run a play one direction then run the other direction on the next play. One game we didn't max protect but like 2 or 3 times to whole game. We left the o-line all on islands just to work on that aspect. We didn't run any system so why should we me worried when the O looked like poo?

When Joe Gibbs comes out to a post game conference like after the Patriots game and looks like absolutely nothing happened that should tell you something. Either the old man is crazy or he knows that what happened wasn't a real indication of anything.
You hit the nail right on the head.
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Old 09-08-2006, 03:23 PM   #22
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perhaps the biggest benifit to our preseaon is Minnesota has absolutely NO gametape to watch on us. We have shown NOTHING. they are preparing for us with out knowing what our offense will be throwing at them. Sure they can go and look at KC film but our skill players are what will be the difference. They have never seen this new scheme with our players running it. They are in for a rude awakening come spt.11. They have no clue what is about to happen to them. whooohoooo i am getting excited. Gibbs is no fool ladies and gentlemen and he has set a huge trap for the vikes and they are about to walk into a shit storm. Moss, lloyd,randle el, cooley, portis(god willing), ducket,betts, patten, and the list goes on. Come get some Minnesota!
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Yeah, we need to beat the Vikings before anyone will shut up, at least for a few days. Dan Patrick just said on his national radio show that the Skins will lose to the Vikings and Joe Gibbs quickly will be on the hot seat. He ridiculed the Skins for playing Portis in the preseason.
Only was to stop Patrick and others is to win.
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Old 09-08-2006, 03:52 PM   #24
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ha ha. Dan Patrick ridiculed Gibbs for playing Portis in the preseason? did he ridicule all the other teams that played their proven RBs? I bet he didn't...
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Old 09-08-2006, 04:16 PM   #25
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Dan Patrick is a dumb sh*t. Just everyone who works for ESPN on camera is. I can count on one hand the people who do good work for that company. Gammons used to, Mortensen is quality, Clayton does a good job, Tom Jackson is only sane person there when it comes to TO. That's it. I got 4. Now on the other hand and feet I can count all the dumbasses. I wont bother lisiting those 15 or 20 idiots.
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Old 09-08-2006, 04:50 PM   #26
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Dan Patrick is a dumb sh*t. Just everyone who works for ESPN on camera is. I can count on one hand the people who do good work for that company. Gammons used to, Mortensen is quality, Clayton does a good job, Tom Jackson is only sane person there when it comes to TO. That's it. I got 4. Now on the other hand and feet I can count all the dumbasses. I wont bother lisiting those 15 or 20 idiots.
Ouch. What about Jaws, Hodge, Theismann, TAFKAS, Trey Wingo...
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Old 09-08-2006, 04:54 PM   #27
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you are an on-air personality taf?????? yyyeeeaaahhhhhh bbbooooyyyyyy!
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Ouch. What about Jaws, Hodge, Theismann, TAFKAS, Trey Wingo...
TAFKAS is way too biased. How did they even hire that guy? Never has anything good to say about us. Those other guys are alright.
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Ouch. What about Jaws, Hodge, Theismann, TAFKAS, Trey Wingo...
I'll give you Jaws and that's it. Notice I was careful to only reference on-air talent. Nothing was said or inferred about the cogs who make the place work. Of course if TAFKAS can get a job there what does that say?
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TAFKAS is way too biased. How did they even hire that guy? Never has anything good to say about us. Those other guys are alright.
Who said anything about That Guy? No one hired him.
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