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Redskins vs. Packers - POSITIVES!!

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View Poll Results: Who gets your game ball for the Skins 16-13 win over the Pack?
McNabb 15 13.64%
Landry 75 68.18%
Armstrong 16 14.55%
Moss 1 0.91%
Cooley 0 0%
Smith 0 0%
Other 3 2.73%
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Old 10-11-2010, 10:28 AM   #61
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How did this game rate on your live expiriences? I can only imagine how great it must have been to watch this one live. From watching at home- How loud was the stadium on Defense after the Dmac - Armstrong TD connection? It sounded like the loudest I have ever heard FedEx while watching it on TV.


Nice work by you and your son doing your work as part of the 12th!
Not to speak for CRedskinsRule, but I was at the game as well. The 1st 3 quarters, it was dead. Heard many more "Go Pack Go" chants and Packers fans than you did Skins fans. My buddy and I kept yelling Go Back Home in response. For the most part, the Packers fans were civil and the Skins fans reacted likewise. Once McNabb hit Armstrong for the TD, FedEx got loud and pretty much stayed loud the rest of the way. The only time I sat down during that span was during the OT coin toss. Definitely a great game to be at, and the weather made it that much more worthwhile.
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Old 10-11-2010, 10:35 AM   #62
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Old 10-11-2010, 10:40 AM   #63
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I hope the FO gives Landry a contract extension before the final year of his contract.

Question for the salary cap experts: With this being an uncapped year, would giving Landry an extension now, and counting the bonus as a roster bonus be a valid way to front load the contract while minimizing cap impact in future years? I believe that a signing bonus gets prorated over the length of the contract while a roster bonus applies to just that season. Is this correct?
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I say Gano, and I'm kinda surprised he's not on the list.
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Old 10-11-2010, 10:59 AM   #66
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This is a different Redskin team from the past two years. They have a little swagger and no let up. I'm seeing improvement in every phase of the game. I gave the game ball to Landry because his play set up the game winning field goal. I like to send out a special condolence to Haynesworth and his family for the loss of his brother.
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1. Haslett...the scheme is coming together. Excellent game plan. Holding Packers to 13 is an incredible feat.
2. McNabb. I hate to bring his name up..JC..could have never lifted a team on his shoulders and carried them. McNabb did today no doubt. The oline had a hard time today, McNabb won this game.
3. Armstrong slowly being that 2nd option. All the Moss haters can suck it, Moss was awesome today
4.Laron is the man in this scheme, all the Laron haters can suck it
5. Carlos and D Hall once again............Greg Jennings and D. Driver were basically silenced today. I want to see Carlos with a new contract. All the D Hall and Carlos haters can suck it
Maybe you should have watched the end of the Oak. game before posting this. He came in and lead them to a win.

As for the skins I think I'd give out a team ball to everyone who played. I kept tellin my wife as ugly as it looks we are not out of this game. Finally we get one of these wins.
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Old 10-11-2010, 11:02 AM   #68
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I say Gano, and I'm kinda surprised he's not on the list.
Totally agree
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Old 10-11-2010, 11:07 AM   #69
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We now have a real coach and a real quarterback who make a real difference. I thought for sure we were going to lose that game yesterday. But this team is different - it doesn't get intimidated and it doesn't give up.

For the sake of my health, I'd like them to win at least one game this year where I don't feel like I'm having a heart attack.
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Old 10-11-2010, 11:20 AM   #70
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Carlos Rogers gets my gameball. He played an absolute masterpiece of a game. Best of an already pretty good season.
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The talk of the town radio.... is this a good team or not?

Great team no, but a good team yes. I said prior to the season we were a better team then 4-12 and two more wins proves that in my opinion. I felt this team would go 9-7 and possibly 10-6. Do I think they will go far in the playoffs? most likely not but if they did it would only supprise me a little because this team is a team that battles. Teams that battle are already tested teams and find ways to win those games.

The Rams game threw off my 9-7 record and the team would need to win a game I did not expect them to win and they did. Obviously injuries can change anything but I still feel this team is better then an 8-8 team player wise. Our problems the last 2 yrs was Cerrato, coaching, and scheme. All that has been changed and no I'm not predicting us to make it to the SB or win it (even though I'd like to), but I foresee a winning record and that alone gets me excited for the next 2 yrs.

This team is on the right track. It seems like it's slow sometimes but happening. Dallas was predicted to go to the SB and we beat them. Now after seeing them 1-3 I'm not sure thats a great feet other then the fact we have bragging rights now but we did play Houston well whome I thought would be the other SB team. Green Bay I figured to be contending for the SB and we held them to 13 points. I figured we would be run over by their high powered offense.

I think the defense is better then stats and record shows. Yes it's a work in progress and hopefully they improve weekly.
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Not to speak for CRedskinsRule, but I was at the game as well. The 1st 3 quarters, it was dead. Heard many more "Go Pack Go" chants and Packers fans than you did Skins fans. My buddy and I kept yelling Go Back Home in response. For the most part, the Packers fans were civil and the Skins fans reacted likewise. Once McNabb hit Armstrong for the TD, FedEx got loud and pretty much stayed loud the rest of the way. The only time I sat down during that span was during the OT coin toss. Definitely a great game to be at, and the weather made it that much more worthwhile.
That's about right. After we got the first fumble, and the offense went backwards 20+ yds and punted, the stadium screen was saying get loud, and it seemed out of place. I got in line at concessions right before half and when Moss caught that pass you could tell people wanted to shout, but at the same time, were hesitant waiting for the other shoe to fall. But the 4th quarter, and after Armstrong's catch, the place really exploded and came alive. I did see a Skins fan around me leave when GB lined up for their kick, but overall, the stadium was going crazy at the end.

It certainly ranked up there for me, right along with one I saw with my brother at a Dallas game, where we whooped 'em.
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Old 10-11-2010, 11:51 AM   #73
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Awesome.

The best game I attended was Dec. 24th, 2005. The game against the Giants after we beat the tar out of the Cowboys the week before. Santan Moss had like 160 yards and 2 touches in the endzone I was sitting in.

The other was the Bears game after Sean died.

I have not been to a whole lot. About 10 since 05. 05 was my biggest year as I got to see 3.

It seems to me that in the Dallas game and then this one, it seems as though FedEx has come alive at times and is finally giving us a home field advantage again.
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Carlos Rogers gets my gameball. He played an absolute masterpiece of a game. Best of an already pretty good season.
Hard to argue that. He was really good. Dropped another pick, but it was still a very solid pass defensed. We're doing well at limiting big plays from explosive receivers in recent weeks.

Laron and Rak were pretty darn good too.
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Carlos' ascencion back to top-level defensive back has been a bit quiet. Whereas Landry's ascension has been right in the forefront of those studying our defense (all offensive NFL coaches) which is why he's going to the pro bowl this year.

Landry = Troy Polamalu without any ability to cover in the deep field. Which bites, because he plays safety.
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