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Old 12-02-2007, 06:45 PM   #16
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Re: What is out GamePlan to Victory versus Chicago

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all we gotta do is kick it out of bounds and pass to wherever adam archuletta is and we will win 569-3
So you're saying we'll miss an extra point(81 TDs, 1 FG, one missed xp). God, you're such a hater!!!
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Old 12-02-2007, 06:56 PM   #17
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Re: What is our game plan for victory versus Chicago

What hurts is JC is good for a fumble and an INT a game. Always at the most critical time. JC is another year away from being a solid QB, Lets face it. He is good but i think WE ALL expect too much from him. We are close. A true number 1 wideout and minor upgrades on the oline. On defense i have no idea. The free safety position is gonna be a nightmare because no matter who they put in there we as fans will always compare that person too Sean Taylor. Honestly i don't know how you can replace him. IMO i say we get a DE with the 1st rounder and get a WR with the second. They have won 5 games so far. Thats the same as last year and i can't see us winning another one this year. Bears in a close one. Last i seen they were taking it to the Giants.
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Old 12-02-2007, 07:01 PM   #18
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What hurts is JC is good for a fumble and an INT a game. Always at the most critical time. JC is another year away from being a solid QB, Lets face it. He is good but i think WE ALL expect too much from him. We are close. A true number 1 wideout and minor upgrades on the oline. On defense i have no idea. The free safety position is gonna be a nightmare because no matter who they put in there we as fans will always compare that person too Sean Taylor. Honestly i don't know how you can replace him. IMO i say we get a DE with the 1st rounder and get a WR with the second. They have won 5 games so far. Thats the same as last year and i can't see us winning another one this year. Bears in a close one. Last i seen they were taking it to the Giants.
Getting a dominant DE will make the entire secondary better. We need to become more dominant in the trenches.
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Old 12-02-2007, 07:02 PM   #19
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I was hopin for a safety... lol...
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Old 12-02-2007, 07:27 PM   #20
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Re: What is our game plan for victory versus Chicago

I really think that better O-Line play / Personnel who make everything better. Granted a better D Line would make the cover two look better, a better O-line would keep the D off the field. I really am starting to believe that the coaching staff really sees how deficient the O-Line is, and is limiting the potential play calling because of this. There may not be a John Hannah out there to draft (and I probably would not draft an O-Lineman in the 1st), but somebody found Jacoby playing D Line and switched him over to O. Call Bethard and give me somebody who can Push and Protect.
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Old 12-02-2007, 07:45 PM   #21
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Getting a dominant DE will make the entire secondary better. We need to become more dominant in the trenches.
The D-line definitely has not been that good recently. I know that a lot of people are high on Montgomery and Golston, and perhaps they will someday be great players, but I've never been that comfortable with either of them. Thus far, the only solid, consistent, and playmaking d-lineman on our roster has been Carter.
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Old 12-02-2007, 08:15 PM   #22
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Re: What is our game plan for victory versus Chicago

let's see...redskins will be winning late in the 3rd quarter, jc will fumble once and throw 2 interceptions in the 4th quarter. that's his mo. as long as jc is the quarterback we will be a sub .500 team.
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Old 12-02-2007, 08:29 PM   #23
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let's see...redskins will be winning late in the 3rd quarter, jc will fumble once and throw 2 interceptions in the 4th quarter. that's his mo. as long as jc is the quarterback we will be a sub .500 team.
So what's your solution? You think we should get rid of Campbell?
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Old 12-02-2007, 08:36 PM   #24
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yes, i think cambell should be traded. he's just not getting it done. his numbers have been good, but that dosen't win games. 3 or 4 losses this year have been from jc turnovers late in the game.
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Old 12-02-2007, 08:41 PM   #25
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yes, i think cambell should be traded. he's just not getting it done. his numbers have been good, but that dosen't win games. 3 or 4 losses this year have been from jc turnovers late in the game.
Traded for whom?
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Old 12-02-2007, 08:48 PM   #26
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*sarcasm* OH YES PLEASE TRADE HIM FOR Kerry Collins or some other old relic..

I think it would be a huge mistake to trade him for anyone. I thought it was boneheaded to not give Palmers little bro some reps took You guys are screaming off with his head at 7 losses Im sorry but I don't think the panthers are screaming for vinny's head yet...We need to chill out.

Trade collins or Brunell and bring in some competition for Jason, Someone great outta college or lets go get a qb thats someone can't afford anymore....Who's contract is up?...
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Old 12-02-2007, 08:53 PM   #27
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Re: What is our game plan for victory versus Chicago

My Game Plan:

1. Run the Ball - Just Do It and Stick With It. Run plays that best benefit Portis and his ability to break free. Use a 3 WR set or 4 WR set and RUN the ball on cutbacks or just dive/gut plays up the middle. Go to Shotgun formations and RUN the ball. Give Portis a healthy 20-25 carries atleast and let Betts have some shots in there, but save him for relief.

2. Offensive Line - Dig Heels In and Go All Out. Don't let the D-Line and LBs get to the QB. Open holes to let your back pick up gainers and give the Campbell time to throw when he does. Don't commit knuckle-head penalties in key situations such as the Red Zone and DONT HOLD. ***Side note: Does Randy Thomas come back?***

3. Red Zone Efficiency - Don't Blow It Once You're There. For Christ's sake get rid of the long drives ending ONLY with 3 points. Try some screens and toss plays outside that worked in 2005 instead of going PA or stretch/up the middle. Go run run pass or pass run pass or pass pass run (In other words get atleast 1 run in there that will benefit your field position).

4. Maintaining the Lead - If You Get It, KEEP It. Keep the clock moving, yet move down the field. Keep the defense guessing and don't be repetive with certain plays. Sure, you can run the ball all you want, but don't use the same formations over and over again that make it obvious. Finish the Game..Go for a deep one here and there to keep the defense on their heels and maybe break the game open. These past weeks, we haven't seen those shots late with the lead...try it atleast three times..

With smart Defense like we've had in the past weeks, benefited by a strong Offense using these guidelines set up by good Special Teams play, then I strongly believe the Redskins will come away with Wins instead of Big Ls.

We NEED 4..

Detroit WILL FALL
Arizona WILL FALL
WE NEED to FINISH the Vikings and Bears, and win 2 more against Dallas/NY that would keep us even with the Saints..

Edit: 9-7 will almost certainly clinch the 2nd wild card spot... Arizona and Detroit have schedules they can't cover & if we win 4 NFC games we are more than just "mathmatically alive in the playoffs"
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Old 12-02-2007, 08:55 PM   #28
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i'm thinking a high draft pick. but i don't believe he's the future of this team. he's good inbetween the 20's but he make's poor decision's in the red zone.
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Old 12-02-2007, 09:05 PM   #29
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I agree that Ladell "I heart fumbles" Betts needs to get more carries, but lets not think that a simple change of the back is going to be a cure-all. I'm not sure if anyone happened to see our O-line, but it was pathetic today. The pass protection was pretty awful and the run-blocking was non-existent. I'm no expert, but I think that the O-linemen are supposed to drive the defenders past the line of scrimmage. They seemed to be in drop-back, pass-protection mode all day.
Here's the thing: the Bills had one more guy in the box than we could block all day.

There are three intelligent ways to approach this as a coach:

1) Trust your running back to hit the hole quickly to negate the backside blocker that you can't account for.

2) Get a new back who might be more successful at this than the first option.

3) Stop running the football.

Today, we tried option one until we were blue in the face. Portis just isn't good enough to succeed at that. I don't think too many RBs are good enough. Off the top of my head, Adrian Peterson, Ronnie Brown, Marion Barber, Brian Westbrook, and Tomlinson are the guys in this league who are good enough to account for the backside defender to the point where you can leave him unblocked. Portis was good enough 4 years ago. Not now.

So that leaves two options: See if Betts has the quickness to run against unblocked ends, or stop running the football against defenses who use their safeties to stop it. If we do the latter, we lose play action and pretty much have to resort to shotgun passing.

Today's gameplan just didn't cut it for me. Reminded me of the game plan the Chiefs used in the playoffs against the Colts last year. No plan B.
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Old 12-02-2007, 09:10 PM   #30
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i'm thinking a high draft pick. but i don't believe he's the future of this team. he's good inbetween the 20's but he make's poor decision's in the red zone.
During the 2nd Philly game, FOX broadcast that Campbell had a 115 career rating in the red zone with 6 TDs and 0 INTs. He did have the red zone INTs against Dallas and Tampa the next two games, but overall, I'm very bullish on Campbell. He is easily the most talented QB that Gibbs has coached here. Give him a competent running game that can help hold a lead and you'll see Campbell make a quantum leap. It really starts with the O-line IMO.
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