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Old 10-06-2009, 01:47 PM   #46
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Re: looking at the numbers at the 25% mark of the season

It's not like Duke Robinson is doing much right now either though. A lot of teams passed on him, and he's been sitting now on the Panthers inactive roster.
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Old 10-06-2009, 01:48 PM   #47
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As long as they're in single coverage, they're plenty open. There's a reason we were last in the league in pass interference calls last year and don't have any this year. If a guy is in single coverage, throw him the ball.
Rarely does someone get really open in the NFL. That's why people talk about Favre and no one talks about Soup. Favre gets INTs but he's also a hall of famer. I'll take all of those INTs soup threw on Sunday as long as we win. We did win so, HAIL! That one pass when he beamed the ref in the grape was great. I wish they'd do that more often. I effing hate the refs and their BS calls.
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Old 10-06-2009, 01:50 PM   #48
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It's not like Duke Robinson is doing much right now either though. A lot of teams passed on him, and he's been sitting now on the Panthers inactive roster.
True but Lionheart was sitting on the inactive roster too until Randy got hurt. What about Mack, Loadholt, and Oher? Loadholt and Oher are starting.
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Old 10-06-2009, 01:54 PM   #49
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True but Lionheart was sitting on the inactive roster too until Randy got hurt. What about Mack, Loadholt, and Oher? Loadholt and Oher are starting.
Well we did get Orakpo which I think will turn out pretty good. I agree it would have been nice if we had been able to have a 2nd or 3rd round pick to take an OL
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Old 10-06-2009, 02:08 PM   #50
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A few other numbers- In the Jim Zorn era (20 regular season games) thus far, the Redskins have scored 3 touchdowns in a game only 3 times. Pretty pitiful.

Also, we are currently 22nd in the NFL against the run and 19th in sacks, despite 3 of our 4 games being against the lowly Rams, Bucs, and Lions (combined 1-11). So much for the D-line being a big strength and Haynesworth opening things up for outside pass rushers. Oh, wait, nevermind, sacks are overrated.
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6) London Fletcher has been a beast and is leading the league with 52 tackles. the next closest has 40. if this continues I don't see how London can be kept out of the pro bowl again this year.
Keep it up London the unofficial season record, recognized by the league, is 214 tackles by Hardy Nickerson, LB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1993.
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Well we did get Orakpo which I think will turn out pretty good. I agree it would have been nice if we had been able to have a 2nd or 3rd round pick to take an OL
That's all I'm saying.
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Well we did get Orakpo which I think will turn out pretty good. I agree it would have been nice if we had been able to have a 2nd or 3rd round pick to take an OL
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Rarely does someone get really open in the NFL. That's why people talk about Favre and no one talks about Soup. Favre gets INTs but he's also a hall of famer. I'll take all of those INTs soup threw on Sunday as long as we win. We did win so, HAIL! That one pass when he beamed the ref in the grape was great. I wish they'd do that more often. I effing hate the refs and their BS calls.
I like that idea! Everytime we get a bad call, JC should laser the offending official right in the head. Good call Tramp!
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I like that idea! Everytime we get a bad call, JC should laser the offending official right in the head. Good call Tramp!
He should aim a little lower, just below the belt, so the ball does not ricochet up in the air.
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I like that idea! Everytime we get a bad call, JC should laser the offending official right in the head. Good call Tramp!
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