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Old 10-12-2009, 11:51 PM   #61
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I think neither has played enough to get a good read on who is better.
I reserve the right to change my opinion with more information, obviously.

I'm just saying, for those people lamenting that we didn't toss multiple first round picks at Sanchez, there are better fish in the seas. Pun intended.
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:52 PM   #62
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I just remembered, Pennington is a free agent next year.

I think I'd like if Pennington/Campbell were 1 & 2 on our depth chart next year. I don't really care in which order.
Does Pennington have a shoulder to throw though? That would not be a bad idea if it meant getting o-lineman with the first and second rounders, and a LB with the third...knowing our team though they'll prob get a LB with the first rounder.
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:53 PM   #63
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I'm looking at Miami's offense and wondering why we don't do some of the stuff they do. They even broke out the old Joe Gibbs moving pocket play. Amazing.
Well take a look at who their offensive coordinator is
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:53 PM   #64
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I don't think I said anything about being satisfied
well no reason to worry about there being other bad teams too

we're the only team that we should be worried about sucking, doesn't matter if we're in the company of others, unless we're on the winning side of things

in before "wasn't saying I was worrying" lol
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:53 PM   #65
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It's making me sick to my stomach watching Mark Sanchez. This kid is mature beyond his years and has an incredible touch on his passes. He was worth 2 first rounders or whatever they were asking to allow us to trade down and snag him.
He can actually complete passes to receivers that have a step on the CB. He doesn't need them to be open by twenty yards or more for a 50/50 chance of a completion.
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He can actually complete passes to receivers that have a step on the CB. He doesn't need them to be open by twenty yards or more for a 50/50 chance of a completion.
yep.. I've been reading this a lot lately and it's been something that I've been complaining about

put the ball where it should be on the throw and let the WR catch it.. campbell's accuracy right now might not favor that situation though
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Sick of watching these other games, everybody else has 2-3 great backs. Where did we go wrong.
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rofl @ millen mentioning how important the lines were
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Well take a look at who their offensive coordinator is
Yeah good to see Dan Henning still calling plays. The man knows how to coach.
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I can't believe how well Miami runs the wildcat. I know a lot of people hate the wildcat but based on what I've seen tonight it's here to stay.
who thought that we'd still be seeing ricky williams play?
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The Dolphins are a fantastically coached team.
I know right? It's pretty cool to watch actually. Their offensive playcalling was out of this world tonight. My goodness.
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Three things struck me from tonight's game:

*How both organizations have developed their young QBs. And not only with these two teams, but around the league. Both Sanchez and Henne look like they're the future of their respective franchises. Chad Henne threaded a couple of sick throws. Just sick.

*The coaching and execution on both sides were very evident. Not a bunch of penalties or mental errors and great all around play calling. I can't really say either guy was outcoached, but the Dolphins just outplayed the Jets when it counted.

*The Jets have fifteen first round draft picks on their roster. What, fifteen first round picks! The impact of a credible GM can't be overstated. Along those same lines, and no pun intended, it's worth noting that Brick Ferguson and Jake Long are both first round draft picks and were killing it tonight. Just saying.
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who thought that we'd still be seeing ricky williams play?
Talk about coming back from the dead...

The Redskins should take a play from the Jets and Dolphins, as each team has used a first rounder in a tackle (Ferguson for the Jets and Long for Miami).
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I know right? It's pretty cool to watch actually. Their offensive playcalling was out of this world tonight. My goodness.
It's got to take three or four offensive assistants thinking on the same page to be able to execute an offense like the Dolphins. We have one guy, who sometimes confuses himself.
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Three things struck me from tonight's game:

*How both organizations have developed their young QBs. And not only with these two teams, but around the league. Both Sanchez and Henne look like they're the future of their respective franchises. Chad Henne threaded a couple of sick throws. Just sick.

*The coaching and execution on both sides were very evident. Not a bunch of penalties or mental errors and great all around play calling. I can't really say either guy was outcoached, but the Dolphins just outplayed the Jets when it counted.

*The Jets have fifteen first round draft picks on their roster. What, fifteen first round picks! The impact of a credible GM can't be overstated. Along those same lines, and no pun intended, it's worth noting that Brick Ferguson and Jake Long are both first round draft picks and were killing it tonight. Just saying.
And both the fans and owners willing to go through a couple of bad seasons for the sake of rebuilding.
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