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Old 09-10-2008, 07:12 PM   #46
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I disagree. I know a W is a W and an L is an L... BUT, I think if the offense looks good and scores 2-3 TDs and we lose a close game to a high octane offense, the press won't be awful. I think progress is what's most important.

If we come out and look as uncomfortable and lost as we did last Thursday, then every bit of bad press will be deserved.
Must win wasn't the greatest choice of words. This was more what I was trying to get at.

Pretty much, we need a win to save face..

But I agree with what you said. If we look good, naysayers will either jump on the bandwagon and say, "I knew it all along" or will be nowhere to be seen. But if we lose, pointed fingers will be abound.
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Old 09-10-2008, 07:24 PM   #47
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Saints by at least two touchdowns. If we can't keep our D off the field for more than a couple of three and outs, it's going to get really ugly.
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Old 09-10-2008, 07:29 PM   #48
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The way the O looked last week, I'll be happy with 2 touchdowns, and a FG. I think our D can contain thier offense, and Reggie Bush isn't going to have the game he had last week with the receiving numbers, our LB's are too good for that.
With that said, I'm going to go with 14-10 skins win with a TD in the 4th QTR. A LL interception kills all hopes of a game winning drive by NO.
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Old 09-10-2008, 07:42 PM   #49
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Skins 35
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Old 09-10-2008, 07:46 PM   #50
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31-13 Who-dats.. I hate to say it, but last week I KNEW we were beating the Giants so maybe a little reverse psychology will work it out.
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Old 09-10-2008, 09:35 PM   #51
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35-17 saints.

too much firepower for this one guys. the saints will get too campbell all day and he won't be able too get in a rythmn (spelling?). if they could do it too garcia they can do it too campbell.

betts and portis worry me though.
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Old 09-10-2008, 10:23 PM   #52
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This week we will see what our team is all about, as we shut down the aints.

We will WIN this home opener in a convincing manner! No need in putting up a number it doesn't matter, we shall prevail! 1-1 Sunday afternoon approx. 4:10pm......
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Old 09-10-2008, 10:25 PM   #53
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Oh S@*t...I forgot all about Inside the NFL returning to showtime...its on right now
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Old 09-10-2008, 10:51 PM   #54
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Lots of folks here have the Skins winning on Sunday but only scoring "in the teens". The Saints' defense isn't very good; in fact, it may be really well below average.

So, win or lose, if the Skins can only generate 17 points against that defense it is a BAD sign for the rest of the year.

Two keys to this game:

1. Is there pressure on Brees that comes from the DTs without any inside blitzing? If so, the defense can assert itself on the Saints offense; if not, the Saints will move the chains a lot.

2. Can the WRs get any "run-after-catch" without having an open field ahead of them to begin with? If they can't do this against a mediocre defense, there could be big problems down the road...

This is a winnable game. More than that, it is a game the Skins really need to win for a whole bunch of reasons. Watch the way the team reacts to the first bit of adversity in the game. The team reaction and the way the coaches deal with the adversity will tell you a lot about how this team will fare for the rest of the year...

Redskins 30 Saints 24
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Old 09-10-2008, 10:53 PM   #55
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All I have to say is Go Skins...

Despite a rocky start, I'm hopeful that we can run the Saints out of town!

Let's Go Skins!!!
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Lots of folks here have the Skins winning on Sunday but only scoring "in the teens". The Saints' defense isn't very good; in fact, it may be really well below average.

So, win or lose, if the Skins can only generate 17 points against that defense it is a BAD sign for the rest of the year.

Two keys to this game:

1. Is there pressure on Brees that comes from the DTs without any inside blitzing? If so, the defense can assert itself on the Saints offense; if not, the Saints will move the chains a lot.

2. Can the WRs get any "run-after-catch" without having an open field ahead of them to begin with? If they can't do this against a mediocre defense, there could be big problems down the road...

This is a winnable game. More than that, it is a game the Skins really need to win for a whole bunch of reasons. Watch the way the team reacts to the first bit of adversity in the game. The team reaction and the way the coaches deal with the adversity will tell you a lot about how this team will fare for the rest of the year...

Redskins 30 Saints 24
did you watch the saints game last week? this isn't the same old defense. the additions of vilma, ellis, mccray, glenn and others have brought a new found and very welcomed attitude to the d. they will get in your face and knock you down. don't expect too have a easy go at it like normal.

1. i doubt yall will be able to get too drew without blitzing. we have a great pass blocking line (fewest sacks given up past 2 seasons) and drew is very very aware. yall will have to send the occasional blitz too get too drew.

2. again, this is nolonger a mediocre defense. they will be in the redskins face all game long. the corners will stay glued to the recievers, and campbell will spend the day on the ground.
but i'm yet too figure out why the corners play so far back on 3rd down???
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Old 09-11-2008, 01:17 AM   #57
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I would just take a Redskins win....just win baby
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Old 09-11-2008, 01:31 AM   #58
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Portis has a nice 1st half and we get a few sacks, but JC struggles and the defense gets lit up by Brees. Saints 27, Redskins 14.
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did you watch the saints game last week? this isn't the same old defense. the additions of vilma, ellis, mccray, glenn and others have brought a new found and very welcomed attitude to the d. they will get in your face and knock you down. don't expect too have a easy go at it like normal.

1. i doubt yall will be able to get too drew without blitzing. we have a great pass blocking line (fewest sacks given up past 2 seasons) and drew is very very aware. yall will have to send the occasional blitz too get too drew.

2. again, this is nolonger a mediocre defense. they will be in the redskins face all game long. the corners will stay glued to the recievers, and campbell will spend the day on the ground.
but i'm yet too figure out why the corners play so far back on 3rd down???
1. I thought that NO ran a cover 2. So you are saying that guys will be out of position?

2. You guys donít have half the pass rush that is present in our NFC East opponents. You got 2 sacks last week against TB, Wahoo, try that shit up here!

3. In all reality you only got one turnover at the end of the game which made up for the one that you guys lost.

4. Your D still allowed 351 yards of offense. What should scare you most about that stat is that 145 of those yards were on the ground as a result of only 19 carries (7.6YPC). Hell, Earnest Graham averaged 9 YPC.

So donít come up in here talking about how Jason Campbell is going to be on the ground all day, or how your corners are going to stick to our receivers, because you don't know.


In light of everything I just said I still pick NO to win.

1. They have a very consistent offense that eventually will score points.

2. Our offense right now is lethargic enough to lose to NO's defense. (Even with a good running game)
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did you watch the saints game last week? this isn't the same old defense. the additions of vilma, ellis, mccray, glenn and others have brought a new found and very welcomed attitude to the d. they will get in your face and knock you down. don't expect too have a easy go at it like normal.

1. i doubt yall will be able to get too drew without blitzing. we have a great pass blocking line (fewest sacks given up past 2 seasons) and drew is very very aware. yall will have to send the occasional blitz too get too drew.

2. again, this is nolonger a mediocre defense. they will be in the redskins face all game long. the corners will stay glued to the recievers, and campbell will spend the day on the ground.
but i'm yet too figure out why the corners play so far back on 3rd down???
The Saints D gave up a lot to a mediocre Bucs offense. This bodes well for us since we don't have all cylinders firing yet. Even if our offense doesn't play their best, they should still be able to put up points. Earnest Graham, Warrick Dunn and Jeff Garcia ran for 146 yards! Garcia also threw for 221 wit a TD. Garcia was even playing through an injury and is benched for Week 2!
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