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Old 07-03-2009, 06:27 AM   #121
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Old 07-03-2009, 10:02 AM   #122
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Old 07-03-2009, 02:53 PM   #123
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Moss should have been returning WAY more punts.

if thomas and kelly can step it up this season, then i see no reason to not make santana the permanent punt returner.
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Old 07-05-2009, 03:21 PM   #124
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if thomas and kelly can step it up this season, then i see no reason to not make santana the permanent punt returner.
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Anyway, S.Moss would be a lethal punt returner. But I agree with keeping him as a WR only. Seriously now -- Moss is our ONLY wide receiving threat. We kept Darrell Green healthy enough to retire at 42years old because we only used him sparingly as PR.

That being said, here's ARE's stats from last year:

Randel El: 6.5 yds/return last year, no TDs in THREE YEARS
He was 21st in return average


Perhaps it's not as bad as we think -- Devin Hester averaged 6.2yds in 2008. Anyway, I sure hope ONE of the new guys can return punts. It's simply sad that the coaches simply don't trust anyone else to field punts & not fumble them. I can't take another year of watching ARE jump around.
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Old 11-10-2009, 06:52 AM   #125
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See these are the typical negative rants that upset me. Here's my counterpoint to your rant

- JC had a stellar first half of the season, did not turn the ball over and during those first 8 games put up some very good numbers, he was among that top 10 rated QBs in the league.

- Actually I do agree with your statement about the team's inability to score, our red zone offense was horrible, and the offense did not put teams away. But I don't thin you can pin that on JC alone.

- JC did at times lock into a primary receiver, however there were times that our receivers could not get separation. JC didn't trust the rookies (not entirely his fault), and to be honest, I would have liked to have seen better production from Cooley.

Campbell needs to improve in his downfield attack, and hopefully having the rookies at full speed in camp will help develop some trust and confidence in them, allowing him to have more options. The Redskins are a run-first/pass-second team, however JC does need to develop into the type of QB that can win the game for us. Due to our good running game and our above average defense, I think we've asked the QBs to be game managers and not to go and win the game.

Honestly, I have yet to see you make anything that resembles a non-negative comment about the team. Not that you are required to make one or something, I just wonder if you have so little faith on the team and its players, why are you a fan?
During the greatest stretch of his pro career, he had 8 TDs in 8 games. Stellar? Yawn. Despite his limitations, I'd actually like to see the Skins re-sign Campbell and use their first pick to draft a QB. They can re-build the O line with their other draft picks and via free agency. Maybe Campbell will step up like Drew Brees did when the Chargers drafted Philip Rivers.

We'd have a much improved JC and a rookie QB drafted in the top 10. Win-win!
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Old 11-10-2009, 06:59 AM   #126
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Agreed, but don't undersell the fact that the solutions might be in house, which would result in a lightning quick turnaround if true.
I agree. The D is fine and would play much better if the O was half-way decent and actually gave the D the lead to play with every once in a while.

With better coaching and leadership, the Skins could be much improved with a better O line, Running back(s) and a new QB, although they could get by with JC for a few more years while they groom someone else. They could get this debacle turned around in a year or two.
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Old 11-10-2009, 09:11 AM   #127
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Interesting take on Campbell. I like the kid, but my patience with him is running out. I would have already benched him if I was the coach. I am sorry for saying that, but it is how I feel. I look at Campbell and McNabb and see two cities that veiw their QB's in an opposite manner. McNabb is on of the best winning QB's in the league and they hate him in Philadelphia. We have a QB that has been terrible and we give him every excuse for loosing. He has Portis, Moss and Cooley. How much more could he ask for. Its the Oline, its the recievers, no it is the quarterback.
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Honestly at this point I don't know who's most at fault. I think a little of everyone goes a long way. I was watching the Pitt/Denver game last night and at one point the announcers were commenting on how long Big Ben has to throw the ball.....he had like 5.4 seconds. They talked about it like he had all day. How long is JC being given to get rid of the ball? 1 or 2 seconds? To me it seems like JC is being given time, he may not have the lanes to throw through or receivers may not be open but I seem to think he's being given the time. At some point JC needs to just let the ball fly and expect the WR to go after the ball. If he's doing his job then the coach's can yell at the WR/TE for not doing their part. I understand ball security but JC is simply over thinking some plays and when he decides that a certain receiver is open enough for him to get them the ball it's almost too late and he throws the ball at a spot where the receiver either has to slow down causing the defender to catch up or behind the receiver.

In the Atlanta game people want to bash Davis for not making the catch and it turning into an interception....how about JC not throwing the ball so hard on a 5 yrd pass, not throwing it too high, and not throwing it at a point behind the TE. I understand it it Davis's hands and he should have caught it, but I still think JC is partially to blame for not throwing the ball better, then there's the fact that we needed 22yrds and he's throwing to Davis 5yrds out with 3 defenders draped around him.
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Old 11-11-2009, 12:24 PM   #133
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During the greatest stretch of his pro career, he had 8 TDs in 8 games. Stellar? Yawn. Despite his limitations, I'd actually like to see the Skins re-sign Campbell and use their first pick to draft a QB. They can re-build the O line with their other draft picks and via free agency. Maybe Campbell will step up like Drew Brees did when the Chargers drafted Philip Rivers.

We'd have a much improved JC and a rookie QB drafted in the top 10. Win-win!
Yeah a 1 td per game avg is awesome but it kindof takes away some of the luster when a rook QB on a team as bad as Tampa can come in and throw 3 td's in his 1st yr in the system, 1st start.
Brees was good in SD, its not like he was a scrub and then the light came on when he got to N.O
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Old 11-11-2009, 12:53 PM   #134
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What gets me is that the kind of play we are getting out of Campbell thus far has been IDENTICAL to Mark Brunell during his final year as the starter.

He was blamed for not throwing the deep ball and always throwing the checkdown. Allegedly the line was horrible then too. It seems like for as long as i can remember, the redskins have had a horrible O-line.

Nobody is screaming bench Campbell, but they were screaming to bench Brunell when he did the same exact stuff. He actually had 8 TD's through 6 games in 2006, and when Jason had 1 TD per game, he was playing at a career level....go figure.
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What gets me is that the kind of play we are getting out of Campbell thus far has been IDENTICAL to Mark Brunell during his final year as the starter.

He was blamed for not throwing the deep ball and always throwing the checkdown. Allegedly the line was horrible then too. It seems like for as long as i can remember, the redskins have had a horrible O-line.

Nobody is screaming bench Campbell, but they were screaming to bench Brunell when he did the same exact stuff. He actually had 8 TD's through 6 games in 2006, and when Jason had 1 TD per game, he was playing at a career level....go figure.
Brunnell never had a "horrible" line. Not even close.
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