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Old 10-21-2009, 07:16 PM   #766
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i garauntee you that a couple years from now, we won't even remember his first name.
I'm sure we will, but this dude (GusFrerotte) talks about Frerotte as though he was Darrell Green or Riggo.
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Old 10-21-2009, 07:19 PM   #767
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Please stop looking at his numbers, JC has no leadership and he is still scared when he looks down the field, his numbers are overrated due to the prevent defense that teams put on him at the end of second quarter and the end of the game. Stop defending him, he has time and he cant read the defense, an I AM FING TIRED OF IT. Whew feel better now.
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Old 10-21-2009, 07:21 PM   #768
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Why dont we get Jeff Garcia? he knows the wco, i know its a temporary solution, but what the hell.
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Old 10-21-2009, 07:34 PM   #769
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Why dont we get Jeff Garcia? he knows the wco, i know its a temporary solution, but what the hell.
Because he's 83 years old and behind our OL he would get broken. Dan's got enough problems, paying disability on a senior citizen shouldn't be another one!
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Old 10-26-2009, 09:45 AM   #770
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Not to add more fuel to the fire but here's some by Peter King. Referencing Charley Casserly...

The Redskins probably are going to have to get a quarterback after the season. Charley Casserly had some good tape Sunday on the CBS pregame show of Jason Campbell ignoring open receivers downfield to consistently throw checkdowns. This echoes what opposing coaches have been saying, and it's certainly part of why McDaniels wouldn't trade Cutler to the Redskins in April; he wanted a quarterback he could trust and one he felt he could win with, and that quarterback was not Campbell.

This is a game the Redskins defense is going to have to win, and I don't think they can hold the Eagles down. Philly's explosive plays will carry the day.



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Old 10-26-2009, 09:50 AM   #771
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i saw that in the SI article as well... Campbell is not the only - or biggest - problem with this offense, but he's a big part of our inability to score touchdowns.
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Old 10-26-2009, 10:08 AM   #772
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i saw that in the SI article as well... Campbell is not the only - or biggest - problem with this offense, but he's a big part of our inability to score touchdowns.
Yes, there's no excuses for JC. He's had his chance. Add QB to the wishlist.

At the same time, i'm not against keeping him for a few more years. He'll be cheap and he'll have experience. Doesn't mean he has to start. We may go offensive lineman in this draft, and hell, we'll most likely need someone to be QB for a year or two.

We could have the opportunity to draft a potential franchise QB too, and that may be tough to pass over.
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Old 10-26-2009, 10:19 AM   #773
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i saw that in the SI article as well... Campbell is not the only - or biggest - problem with this offense, but he's a big part of our inability to score touchdowns.
Wow, I had NO IDEA Campbell was the person calling the stretch-left plays inside the 10 and running the ball in passing situations. I bet he's also the reason we're not trying fade routes to our tall WRs too!

Golly gee willikers...thanks for helping us understand this complipl...complloc...this hard football stuff! Glad someone here has fancy book-learnin'!


I'll update the stats again after the MNF game. Cutler laid another 3-interception rotten egg in the Bears' 45-10 beatdown by the Bengals and Sanchez was again mediocre as the Jets used the running game to the tune of 316 rushing yards to beat the Raiders.
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Yes, there's no excuses for JC. He's had his chance. Add QB to the wishlist.

At the same time, i'm not against keeping him for a few more years. He'll be cheap and he'll have experience. Doesn't mean he has to start. We may go offensive lineman in this draft, and hell, we'll most likely need someone to be QB for a year or two.

We could have the opportunity to draft a potential franchise QB too, and that may be tough to pass over.
As a backup we could do much worse. But his starting days, in DC at least, are numbered.
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Old 10-26-2009, 10:27 AM   #775
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Yes, there's no excuses for JC. He's had his chance. Add QB to the wishlist.

At the same time, i'm not against keeping him for a few more years. He'll be cheap and he'll have experience. Doesn't mean he has to start. We may go offensive lineman in this draft, and hell, we'll most likely need someone to be QB for a year or two.

We could have the opportunity to draft a potential franchise QB too, and that may be tough to pass over.
Agreed. Campbell has not been bad considering the broken system he's forced to play in. He'd be great to see if he can play better under a competent play-caller next year with a big-name coach. If we can draft Colt McCoy, I say take him...although we should be concentrating on the O-line. Campbell can start the season while McCoy gets ready...and if he falters, he can be replaced and the blame must go on him since Zorn will be gone. I still see a lot of talent and leadership qualities in Campbell. If he had a coach that could make use of them to their fullest, he could still be our QB for the future. People say he's had a chance...but really, with the line Cerrato has built (or failed to build to be accurate) and the failed Zorn experiment that has been in charge of the offense, Jason really HASN'T had a chance. When the line is healthy for the first few weeks of the last few seasons, he's looked great. As the line falls apart with no quality backups, the entire offense stalls. Adding in the mix that Zorn can't call plays...he really had no chance to succeed to his potential.

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Old 10-26-2009, 11:17 AM   #776
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charlie casserly's break down of JC . . . sounds like alot of us on here. the defense of JC is becoming indefensible imo.

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Old 10-26-2009, 11:31 AM   #777
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YouTube - Charlie Casserly Says Jason Campbell Is "Too Indecisive"

charlie casserly's break down of JC . . . sounds like alot of us on here. the defense of JC is becoming indefensible imo.

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Yes, it does sound like alot of us on here. Thanks for posting this.

At least I know there's someone out there (even it is Charlie Casserly) that's seeing the same thing I'm seeing when I'm watching the game and yelling at my TV.
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Old 10-26-2009, 11:44 AM   #778
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the sad part is JC isnt even throwing it on time when his first read receiver is open open.

ive posted on here a couple times that imo JC needs his first read to be open open for any passing play over 10 yds to click. apparently (atleast from this small sampling) shows that even when zorn calls a perfect play, the reciever runs a good route and JCs first read is open, he still doesnt get the ball out on time.
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the sad part is JC isnt even throwing it on time when his first read receiver is open open.

ive posted on here a couple times that imo JC needs his first read to be open open for any passing play over 10 yds to click. apparently (atleast from this small sampling) shows that even when zorn calls a perfect play, the reciever runs a good route and JCs first read is open, he still doesnt get the ball out on time.
I'm starting to think more and more that Campbell was the player that teammates, like Portis and Cooley, were calling out for not doing his job - after the first couple games of the season.
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Old 10-26-2009, 11:51 AM   #780
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Yes, whether or not CC is a good GM or not, you've got to agree that his analysis on CBS is "super smart."

I think a team could do alot worse than CC as their GM. I'd like to go younger for our GM, but just sayin.
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