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Old 11-23-2006, 09:58 AM   #31
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Re: George Michael reported that Gibbs FINALLY lost his cool and went off today

I'm not sure how much of this I really believe. Looks like the only one who lost his cool was George Michael.

The account I read was that the meeting was "intense". It didn't come across quite the way George Michael reported it.
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Old 11-23-2006, 10:03 AM   #32
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Re: George Michael reported that Gibbs FINALLY lost his cool and went off today

Gibbs seemed kinda tense in his presser from yesterday, so something must have happened.
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Old 11-23-2006, 10:30 AM   #33
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Re: George Michael reported that Gibbs FINALLY lost his cool and went off today

This is all the Redskins need to do:

Power play
The power play gives a gap scheme, meaning the offensive line has angle-down blocks preventing the defensive end from penetrating. It also creates double teams at the line of scrimmage. The tight end blocks down on the defensive end, the front side guard blocks down on the nose guard, the fullback kicks out on the outside linebacker and the back side guard pulls around for the guard. It is a hard-hitting off-tackle play.




Tailback counter
Another gap blocking scheme is the tailback counter. This is a misdirection play where it initially looks like it is going in the path of the fullback. The offense can pull the backside guard and tackle. The guard kicks out the outside linebacker. The fullback fills weak to allow the tackle to pull and to give the defense a misdirection look. Notice again the gap blocking which eliminates penetration by the defense.


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Old 11-23-2006, 10:38 AM   #34
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Re: George Michael reported that Gibbs FINALLY lost his cool and went off today

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George Michael is such a tool. Seriously. He's Gibbs' puppet.
here's your attention . . .happy?
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Old 11-23-2006, 11:10 AM   #35
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George Michael is such a tool. Seriously. He's Gibbs' puppet.
Call GM a tool all you want, but he is telling like it is and I'm frickin glad he did it. GM and Gibbs go way back so of course he's going to stick up for him.
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Old 11-23-2006, 11:52 AM   #36
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Re: George Michael reported that Gibbs FINALLY lost his cool and went off today

Please, anyone who watches Michael on a regular basis should see his obvious bias. He's buddies with Gibbs, and when other people such as Riggins and Sonny talk about changing things, whats wrong with coaching, etc. He constantly blames anyone but Gibbs. I hate that type of shit.

There's no way you can say Michael isn't in Gibbs pocket, if so I question either how often you look at Michael or Gibbs.

Do I think Gibbs SHOULD have gone off and yelled at the players? Of course. It's about time. Should have been letting them have it from day one with the way we've been playing.

As far as players being out of it because Brunell was benched. Yeah right. If I were a player I'd glad to have ol' short arm outta there.
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Old 11-23-2006, 11:56 AM   #37
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Re: George Michael reported that Gibbs FINALLY lost his cool and went off today

It's funny when George Michael get's hot under the collar and defends Joe Gibbs it's great to hear, but when Steve Czaban busts Brunell's sorry ass chops, he's a douche. Whatever.

Michael is so close to Gibbs he might as well be a part of the 'extended coaching' staff.

Too little, too late in my opinion.
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Too little, too late in my opinion.
the timing is kind of strange. i wonder why coach took so long to do this?
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Old 11-23-2006, 12:22 PM   #39
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They haven't committed to the run for a whole game. They certainly haven't executed a power running game plan.

What has frustrated me is that Duckett has shown signs that he could be effective for us. They have just refused to give him carries. I would like to to see what he could do if he was featured. What do we have to lose?


I too have been frustrated as to why we don't see more of Duckett. I'm not convinced he'd do well as the featured back because of the teams lack of faith in his blocking. Saunders also likes backs who operate well in space, can catch, block, as well as run. I'm not so sure Duckett fits all the criteria of a featured back, but he can be effective in short yardage when that is the only objective.
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Old 11-23-2006, 12:24 PM   #40
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the timing is kind of strange. i wonder why coach took so long to do this?

Well, let me ask you this...why did it take coach so long to sit Brunell?
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Re: George Michael reported that Gibbs FINALLY lost his cool and went off today

It remains to be seen what effect Gibbs's venting will have because I have a feeling it may be a little late for that at this point, despite the fact it was neccessary.

What I want to see for the remainder of the season is who's going to be there now that we don't have a postseason berth to look foreward to. These next six games will determine who want's to be here, and who will be someplace else next season. I'm going to be looking for those anxious to miss time with various excuses, as opposed to those who are going to be a fight to the very end. These last six games will determine, and seperate the warriors from the slackers.
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Old 11-23-2006, 01:24 PM   #42
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Re: George Michael reported that Gibbs FINALLY lost his cool and went off today

if he could've only lost his temper after we eked out a win against the Jaguars, then we'd be in decent shape now. Too late Joe, but better late than never. How about you follow up this temper tantrum with a few cuts...starting with Renaldo Wynn.
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Re: George Michael reported that Gibbs FINALLY lost his cool and went off today

It's nice to finally see a little fire in this team - hopefully it will translate into better execution on game day.

Nothing is more frustrating than a team that is losing badly and doesn't seem to care. Joking around on the sidelines and stupid cliche comments at press conferences get really old.
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Well, let me ask you this...why did it take coach so long to sit Brunell?
I honestly think snyder had something to do with that...I don't believe this was a joe gibbs decision.
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if he could've only lost his temper after we eked out a win against the Jaguars, then we'd be in decent shape now. Too late Joe, but better late than never. How about you follow up this temper tantrum with a few cuts...starting with Renaldo Wynn.
Well, I think he should have started with the ass-chewing right after the sleep-walking we saw against Minnesota on opening night. That performance was a direct carryover from the preseason -- it's like they still thought they were still playing an exhibition game. As much as everyone says the first game doesn't mean anything in terms of the season as a whole, it sure did set a tone.

But theyll NEVER cut Renaldo Wynn. Remember, he's such a great leader. It's absurd. I agree though, a cut or two might just entice them to kick it up a notch.
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