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Old 09-23-2008, 05:15 PM   #31
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Re: Jason Campbell: not too shabby, eh?

Yeah the WCO is shorter, quicker passing routes that helps open up the running attack. That being said I wish our running game was a bit better. Portis might not hit 1000 yards at the rate he is going. That being said do you guys think I should play JC or the Buffalo QB this Sunday for fantasy?
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Old 09-23-2008, 05:39 PM   #32
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Yeah the WCO is shorter, quicker passing routes that helps open up the running attack. That being said I wish our running game was a bit better. Portis might not hit 1000 yards at the rate he is going. That being said do you guys think I should play JC or the Buffalo QB this Sunday for fantasy?

I agree. Im concerned about the running game myself. I don't get why they decided to keep gibbs's running game. I thought the WCO implored it's own running game, much of it out of spread formations.
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Old 09-23-2008, 06:14 PM   #33
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Before the season is over he's going to have a few bad games. I hope people can keep that in mind and not toss him under the bus again as soon as he does have a bad one. Every QB struggles at times.
i couldnt have said that any better. but keep in mind a poor showing this weekend and JC will be back under the bus. there is no if ands or buts about it IMO. i like what i have seen. No ints nor fumbles. Thats managing a game. He isnt putting our defense out there on a short field. I really like the progress and confidence i am seeing in him. Lets hope we can carry that over into playing dem boys. I again like our chances. Run the damn ball and JC play as effective as he has been in the last two weeks and i really like our chances Sunday.
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Old 09-23-2008, 08:30 PM   #34
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Yeah the WCO is shorter, quicker passing routes that helps open up the running attack. That being said I wish our running game was a bit better. Portis might not hit 1000 yards at the rate he is going. That being said do you guys think I should play JC or the Buffalo QB this Sunday for fantasy?
Actually, Portis is right on schedule for 1,200+ yards (he has 248 through 3 games). If he stays healthy, he's a shoo-in for 1,000 yards.
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Actually, Portis is right on schedule for 1,200+ yards (he has 248 through 3 games). If he stays healthy, he's a shoo-in for 1,000 yards.
Actually he's on pace for 1,323 yards.
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Old 09-23-2008, 08:50 PM   #36
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One thing I love about JC is how well he sells the play action. It's a minor detail, but he really excels at it.
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One thing I love about JC is how well he sells the play action. It's a minor detail, but he really excels at it.
The draw play that he and Portis sell is really good too.
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The draw play that he and Portis sell is really good too.
Wasn't that the play that we used to get Cooley wide open for the 1st down late in the 4thQ against the Cards?
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I think the lesson to be learned is that you don't blame one player when the entire team plays like crap. When all other phases of the game are working and one guy is holding you back - think Tavaris Jackson - then you start complaining. But more than anything these past two weeks have shown what JC can do when everyone else decides to step up.
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Old 09-23-2008, 09:56 PM   #40
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Qb Rating of 100.1, up from 77;

Completion % up from 60.0 to 65.6

No picks.

One helluva year, so far.

Sitting in the stands at Fedex, midway therough the 2nd qtr last week against N.O., it was this big 'click' you could hear as it all just meshed.

Sure, there will be setbacks, but we are all seeing the progress we hoped we'd see.

Credit to the young man and the young coach.

Nice job.

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Old 09-24-2008, 10:39 AM   #41
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if cambell playes well we can win this week against the forces of darkness and put us back on track to the playoffs. we are 12 point underdogs and i think we match up against the cowboys very well.This is our chance to show EVERYONE!!
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I can't believe the spread is that high. I hope that's posted on a locker room bulletin board at Redskins Park.
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Old 09-24-2008, 11:08 AM   #43
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There IS something to be said for being the DOG in this case. NOBODY outside the team, and the "loyal" fans give us any shot at all. It will take a giant performance by the Skins, but I FULLY expect them to deliver it. MORE IMPORTANTLY, they fully expect to deliver it. That spread will make great B-board material (All rights to MK).
Cooley's comments are BIG in the makeup of this team. To paraphrase:
"We are coming together as a team. We're playing like a team. We're not just a bunch of Redskins walking around here.......it feels real good!"
After all, who thinks Santana believes they cannot beat the boys?
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Old 09-24-2008, 11:52 AM   #44
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Jason Campbell's deep* passes YTD:

Week 1: 0/4
Week 2: 3/8
Week 3: 0/2

In week 3, two completed deep passes to D. Thomas were nullified due to penalty. If those penalties hadn't occurred, JC would have been 2/4.

As you can see, JC is getting plenty of opportunities for deep passes (16). Although he's only completed 3, I think that's a number I can live with considering he hasn't thrown a pick yet.

*as defined by NFL.com (probably any pass caught 15+ yards from the LoS).
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Jason Campbell's deep* passes YTD:

Week 1: 0/4
Week 2: 3/8
Week 3: 0/2

In week 3, two completed deep passes to D. Thomas were nullified due to penalty. If those penalties hadn't occurred, JC would have been 2/4.

As you can see, JC is getting plenty of opportunities for deep passes (16). Although he's only completed 3, I think that's a number I can live with considering he hasn't thrown a pick yet.

*as defined by NFL.com (probably any pass caught 15+ yards from the LoS).
Thrash could have caught one of those deep balls against the Gmen in week 1. Ditto for Moss, who had his man beat but slowed up because he thought the play was dead. As you mentioned, he also had two deep balls negated by penalties last week.

He's had 14 deep attempts, completed 3 of them, and threw 4 other accurate ones that should have been caught and/or "not negated" by penalty. Not too shabby.
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