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Old 01-06-2010, 04:18 PM   #31
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I wonder who our WR coach will be i hope it's someone good.
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Old 01-06-2010, 04:21 PM   #32
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I wonder who our WR coach will be i hope it's someone good.
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"As for other potential additions, former Broncos standout wide receiver Steve Watson might have a role. And front-office official Jim Goodman, who has previously worked with Shanahan, could have a position in the reorganized football operation"

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when do you think kyle being our oc is going to be official?
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Hope not, i hate alex gibbs and the way he coaches the o line to play. It's effective, but dirty as hell.
i agree, but its effective as hell. its been a while since any RB here has had some decent holes to run thru
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Mark Maske:
"As for other potential additions, former Broncos standout wide receiver Steve Watson might have a role. And front-office official Jim Goodman, who has previously worked with Shanahan, could have a position in the reorganized football operation"

I loved watching Steve Watson play.
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video on kyle talking about his new gig
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Hope not, i hate alex gibbs and the way he coaches the o line to play. It's effective, but dirty as hell.
Cut block is within the rules if executed properly, if not it's a 15 yd penalty. I've got no problem with it as long as the cuts blocks are clean.

I'm not a fan of the Zone Blocking with our current personnel, but with a more athletic OL it works. Besides, I like the idea of other teams fearing our OL for a change.

Good link with some video from Stink on the cut block

Texans ready to cut block, take flack - AFC South Blog - ESPN
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stand up organization. They aren't mad or holding him back but congradulating. Big upTexans!!!
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stand up organization. They aren't mad or holding him back but congradulating. Big upTexans!!!
basically good luck see you next year when we play one another
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when do you think kyle being our oc is going to be official?
It's already happened. I think it was made official shortly after Shannahan signed the contract.
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didnt know where to put this, so....
In Mike Shanahan's last season with the Denver Broncos, Bob Slowik served as his defensive coordinator. Slowik is expected to be part of Shanahan's first Redskins staff, probably as the secondary coach, a league source said.
As for who will serve as Shanahan's first defensive coordinator, several players have said they would not be surprised if secondary coach Jerry Gray were retained and promoted to the role. Gray has told people in the organization he is optimistic about joining Shanahan, team sources said.

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Although Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer also is considered a top candidate to lead the defense for Shanahan, it is not believed Shanahan personally spoke with Zimmer before accepting the Redskins' job.

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Cut block is within the rules if executed properly, if not it's a 15 yd penalty. I've got no problem with it as long as the cuts blocks are clean.

I'm not a fan of the Zone Blocking with our current personnel, but with a more athletic OL it works. Besides, I like the idea of other teams fearing our OL for a change.

Good link with some video from Stink on the cut block

Texans ready to cut block, take flack - AFC South Blog - ESPN
Lol, quote from our very own Fat Albert. Hopefully he doesn't start a fight during camp.

Albert Haynesworth, Titans defensive tackle: "They always talk about us being dirty, maybe they need to look at that, trying to hurt people and stuff. If they aren't man enough to stay up, shoot, they shouldn't be in the league then. The coach, either."
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Lol, quote from our very own Fat Albert. Hopefully he doesn't start a fight during camp.

Albert Haynesworth, Titans defensive tackle: "They always talk about us being dirty, maybe they need to look at that, trying to hurt people and stuff. If they aren't man enough to stay up, shoot, they shouldn't be in the league then. The coach, either."
When you see one of the most dominant DTs in the game concerned about being cut, that's a good thing. Some good cut blocks will slow down the Ratliffs, Tucks, and Coles of the NFC East.

Stink was mentioning in one of his vids on this that in practice the OL will wrap up the DL, if they are in postion for a cut. They won't cut their own teammates in camp/practice.
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Schaub also has beast at WR that can catch anything, break tackles & probably the best route runner in the game today. You take him away & his stats and Schaub is also average or the middle of the pack QB.
Here we go again. The all QBs are created equal argument and only the ones who have an elite WR corps or play behind z dominant O line are any good. Why can't a QB just be good? AJ has missed a lot of games over the years. Have you looked at what Schaub has done in those games?

Did you see what he did in Atlanta whenever he got a chance to play? There's a reason that as a back-up in ATL, he was offered the uncontested starting job in Houston. He's good, period.
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When you see one of the most dominant DTs in the game concerned about being cut, that's a good thing. Some good cut blocks will slow down the Ratliffs, Tucks, and Coles of the NFC East.

Stink was mentioning in one of his vids on this that in practice the OL will wrap up the DL, if they are in postion for a cut. They won't cut their own teammates in camp/practice.
Good stuff. Also like the idea of neutralizing those guy's that have been a pain in the butt for the last few years.


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Here we go again. The all QBs are created equal argument and only the ones who have an elite WR corps or play behind z dominant O line are any good. Why can't a QB just be good? AJ has missed a lot of games over the years. Have you looked at what Schaub has done in those games?

Did you see what he did in Atlanta whenever he got a chance to play? There's a reason that as a back-up in ATL, he was offered the uncontested starting job in Houston. He's good, period.
The thing that bothers me about Schuab is people seem to think he came out of no where. When they traded him to the Texans there were people saying no no no in part because of the impending Vick dogfighting scandal, but on top of that a lot of people felt Schuab was the better QB based on his performance in the preseason and against the Patriots in the regular season.
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