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Old 01-11-2010, 11:19 AM   #211
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What I got out of watching these games is how far out of it the Redskins are. The gulf between these team and the Skins is huge.
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Old 01-11-2010, 11:31 AM   #212
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Yeah I'd say typically there's a gap between 4-12 teams and playoff teams.
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Old 01-11-2010, 11:34 AM   #213
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Packer fans have got to be pretty hot today over the non-call on that facemask at the end.
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Old 01-11-2010, 11:35 AM   #214
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There was only one good game all weekend. That had to be the most boring Wildcard Weekend in years.
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Old 01-11-2010, 11:38 AM   #215
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I think I watched about one quarter worth of football all weekend. I even gave up on the Cards/Packers when it got to 24-7, just happened to switch by later on when it was 38-38 and watched the rest from there.
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Old 01-11-2010, 11:39 AM   #216
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Yeah I'd say typically there's a gap between 4-12 teams and playoff teams.
There is a gap but the ones for the Skins, especially on O, are so huge as to be mind boggling. At every position on O the Skins come up waaaay short in talent. Its hard to believe the Skins can be this far behind.

I also agree that overall this was a pretty boring wildcard weekend.
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Old 01-11-2010, 12:00 PM   #217
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My brother and I were talking about the athleticism involved, especially in the Packers/AZ game. Those receivers had incredible control over their bodies to keep in bounds, or get turned around to the ball. I know that is players making plays, and I can't remember the last time we saw ONE play in a game from our receivers, let alone on each and every drive in the game.
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Old 01-11-2010, 12:24 PM   #218
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My brother and I were talking about the athleticism involved, especially in the Packers/AZ game. Those receivers had incredible control over their bodies to keep in bounds, or get turned around to the ball. I know that is players making plays, and I can't remember the last time we saw ONE play in a game from our receivers, let alone on each and every drive in the game.
I couldnt agree more. The WRs and the QB positions were where IMO, the void is the biggest. There is no way the Skins QB or WRs make one of those plays let alone play after play.
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Our offense has sucked for so long it's not even funny. Our drafting, or lack thereof, of offensive linemen the last 10 years is downright inexcuseable. One is directly related to the other IMO. I've never really been a big fan of Shanahan but I bet he gets this s**t fixed.
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Packer fans have got to be pretty hot today over the non-call on that facemask at the end.
The Packers got jipped on a ton of calls in that game, that facemask being the icing.
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The Packers got jipped on a ton of calls in that game, that facemask being the icing.
Well there were a lot of false start non-calls during the Packers' last drive, so in all it there were a lot of terrible non-calls.

That being said, after seeing the replay I don't think there was a facemask, but it could have easily been a hands to the head call. Still, 'Zona made a good defensive play.
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Old 01-11-2010, 01:30 PM   #222
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Maybe we can expect another shoot-out Sunday between the Cardinals and NO. Packers vs. Cardinals highest scoring playoff game in NFL history......amazing when you think about how far the Arizona Cardinals have come since their days of being the door-mat of the NFC east. We miss those two almost automatic wins every year.

Kurt Warner is the biggest difference for that team.
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^ Yeah, the final score of the Cards-Saints game could be 60-53. It could look like a college basketball score.
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I couldnt agree more. The WRs and the QB positions were where IMO, the void is the biggest. There is no way the Skins QB or WRs make one of those plays let alone play after play.
I'm agreement with you two. Play after play I marvelled at the skill level and athleticism. But not only that, but the discipline and focus of those guys. Even on defense, the Cards couldn't stop the Pack to save their lives but they came up with the big plays when they needed it.
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Maybe we can expect another shoot-out Sunday between the Cardinals and NO. Packers vs. Cardinals highest scoring playoff game in NFL history......amazing when you think about how far the Arizona Cardinals have come since their days of being the door-mat of the NFC east. We miss those two almost automatic wins every year.

Kurt Warner is the biggest difference for that team.
I live in AZ now and its funny how many here don't seem to think Leinart will be a dropoff when Warner does retire. Will be some dark days when he is gone.
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