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Old 04-18-2010, 04:26 PM   #61
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There's a church of McNabb now?
McNabb will do better, or at least as well here then in Philly because they didn't draft offensive linemen, there was no stability with the coaching staff, their defense never got turnovers, he was constantly changing offensive systems, his RB was constantly throwing his team mates under the bus and was a prima donna who refused to practice, the GM was deciding who played, the HC had no real power, a former bingo caller was calling the plays........oh wait, that was JC.......nevermind.
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Old 04-18-2010, 04:46 PM   #62
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Ok, here is the night mare line I heard they played with.
LT-Heyer
LG-Dockery
C-Rabach
RG-Williams
RT-Hicks
So basically Heyer is subbing for who ever we get in the draft and the starting line is Draft Pick, Dockery, Rabach, Williams, Hicks.

The middle really seems ok/average to me, how they approach the tackle positions will determine how our line performs.
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LT-Okung

LG-Dockery

C-Rabach

RG-Hicks

RT-Heyer
That's a damn good call
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Old 04-18-2010, 07:40 PM   #64
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Look. I know you think you are an expert at evaluating talent. But quite frankly you probably have ZERO idea what Shanny is planning. You probably have no idea that Heyer is working his butt off in the weight room, watching film, and with the new strength coach. I believe Mike Shanahan may be able to make a pretty good decision or 2 after he get Stephen to camp. Let's not pre judge anybody base upon Zorns obvious lack of offensive plays and Campbells obvious lack of being able to get rid of the ball. I trust Shanny and some of you guys just need to take a chill pill, sit back, and enjoy the experts who are now in charge.
Since you want to call backrow out for his opinion of Heyer, and you appear to have detailed knowledge of his progress (sarcasm)....could you at least spell his first name correctly, Stephon.
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So basically Heyer is subbing for who ever we get in the draft and the starting line is Draft Pick, Dockery, Rabach, Williams, Hicks.

The middle really seems ok/average to me, how they approach the tackle positions will determine how our line performs.
My thoughts on the right side of this line are as follows (assuming it is, in fact, plan A):

It's really fortunate that we play the AFC South and NFC North this year (plus TB and STL), as those divisions are rare bastions of the 4-3 defense (exception: Green Bay). Our best chance of stopping pressure-happy 3-4 coordinators is to hope that they are confused as to whether they should focus on exploiting the weaknesses of our RG or our RT.
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McNabb will do better, or at least as well here then in Philly because they didn't draft offensive linemen, there was no stability with the coaching staff, their defense never got turnovers, he was constantly changing offensive systems, his RB was constantly throwing his team mates under the bus and was a prima donna who refused to practice, the GM was deciding who played, the HC had no real power, a former bingo caller was calling the plays........oh wait, that was JC.......nevermind.
Quarterbacks keep coaches working if they are good. JC made Al Saunders look bad, who was one of the best offensive coordinators out there. He kept making offensive guys look bad till they finally realized it was him.
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I keep missing the part where Al Saunders has actually had a successful post-Redskins career. Although, so many people reference his greatness that he must have done something since then, right?
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I keep missing the part where Al Saunders has actually had a successful post-Redskins career. Although, so many people reference his greatness that he must have done something since then, right?
Well he was promoted to senior offensive consultant somethin or other in Baltimore ya know!
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Although, I will admit, whoever drew up the Pete Kendall fumble-AJ Otogwe TD play is a pretty brilliant football mind. Relied on so many things to break perfectly AND it worked like a charm.
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Well he was promoted to senior offensive consultant somethin or other in Baltimore ya know!
Is that above or below the position Zorn currently holds there?
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Re: Predict Our Five Starters On the O-Line

LT - Okung

LG - Dockery

C - Rabach

RG - BMW

RT - Hicks

Backups

T- Heyer

C - Kory L

G - Edwin Williams

G/RT - Rabach or a toss up between a Rookie and another Vet.
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We're in trble if this is a true statement: Kyle Shanahan on current o-line: "We can definitely compete w/ what we have." (via @dcsportsbog)
imeancomeonjoe‎ - Twitter - 5 minutes ago

RT @granthpaulsen: Kyle Shanahan on current o-line: "We can definitely compete with what we have... No doubt, we can compete with our te ...
ahr19‎ - Twitter - 6 minutes ago

Have heard that before RT @redskinsblog: Kyle Shanahan professes complete confidence in the #redskins offensive line. Media seems skeptical.
I wouldn't read too far in to anything Kyle said about the OL. Vintage coach-speak.
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Well he was promoted to senior offensive consultant somethin or other in Baltimore ya know!
That's such a peculiar set-up there: former HC Jim Zorn is the QB coach, former HC Al Saunders is the Senior Offensive Consultant, former HC Cam Cameron is the Offensive Coordinator
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I wouldn't read too far in to anything Kyle said about the OL. Vintage coach-speak.
I didn't really have an opinion either way. I just posted it because I felt it was relevant. However in regards to the coach speak the difference here is he heaped pretty high praise of the guys who were there and I think thats why people are taking notice. A more neutral response that probably would have never hit the presses wold have been something along the lines of "We're just seeing what we have right now. We'll know more after training camp" or something like that.

To me a lot of the quotes from Kyle are things he didn't have to say. Now maybe it's just a smokescreen for the draft, maybe it's genuine but now that I think about it, the quote is most definitely noteworthy.
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That's such a peculiar set-up there: former HC Jim Zorn is the QB coach, former HC Al Saunders is the Senior Offensive Consultant, former HC Cam Cameron is the Offensive Coordinator
And a former Special Teams Coach is the Head Coach. Boo ya!
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