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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, 01:00 PM   #91
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I am far from impressed with our CBs...they play too deep and you can pretty much get all the underneath stuff at will the first two downs on them.
I dont know what CBs impress you then...Charles Woodson? He got made to look like a b*tch most of the day. Macklin and Jackson, shut down...Jennings and Driver (IMO better than the Philly Kids), shut down. Your not impressed?

Sounds like from your comments its more scheme than play, Haslett has them playing deep
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Old 10-11-2010, 01:07 PM   #92
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Look at the replay - Donovan's throw led Moss to the sideline. His first job is to catch it cleanly and get two feet down. Perhaps if the throw was delivered more upfield, Moss would've had more room to stay inbounds. That was a huge 3rd down conversion that started the comeback, so I have no problem with Moss on that play.
I've seen it a few times, it's not like he's got to drag his feet to stay in on that play. It's not a huge issue for me, I just would have liked to see a little more effort. The throw did lead him out, but it looked he took about 3 steps before he got there, if he didn't I know he didn't have to break his stride to stay in, which makes me think, he should have tried to make a cut.
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Old 10-11-2010, 01:13 PM   #93
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I dont know what CBs impress you then...Charles Woodson? He got made to look like a b*tch most of the day. Macklin and Jackson, shut down...Jennings and Driver (IMO better than the Philly Kids), shut down. Your not impressed?

Sounds like from your comments its more scheme than play, Haslett has them playing deep
We are still the second worst passing defense this year. It is the scheme and perhaps the players getting use to it. The front 7 needs to do a better job too.
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Old 10-11-2010, 01:20 PM   #94
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Gano should be on this list as well...but I chose Mcnabb
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Old 10-13-2010, 10:06 AM   #95
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Game Balls, Gassers and Observations: Redskins 16, Packers 13 (OT) - Redskins Journal

Campbell does a nice job with these weekly breakdowns.

Don't agree on the Jarmon "helmet to helmet" though. I've seen the replay a half dozen times now and I don't see where he led with the helmet, at least not to the degree where it should have been flagged. Did anyone see it that can point it out to me?? Maybe a different angle would help, I've only see the replay from the endzone cam.
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Old 10-13-2010, 10:38 AM   #96
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Game Balls, Gassers and Observations: Redskins 16, Packers 13 (OT) - Redskins Journal

Campbell does a nice job with these weekly breakdowns.

Don't agree on the Jarmon "helmet to helmet" though. I've seen the replay a half dozen times now and I don't see where he led with the helmet, at least not to the degree where it should have been flagged. Did anyone see it that can point it out to me?? Maybe a different angle would help, I've only see the replay from the endzone cam.
I'm with you, I thought that Jarmon did everything possible to avoid any kind of helmet-to-helmet or roughing penalty. I was impressed by Jarmon's discipline, in fact.
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Old 10-13-2010, 10:51 AM   #97
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I said at the beginning of the season I thought the Redskins would have one of the better secondaries in the league and I still stand by that. I think if you look at stats alone, you'd probably come away with the only logical conclusion that we suck. But if you look at individual play, which has been even for the most part save a few plays, the physical play across the board (remember it was Hall and Moore that knocked Vick out, not Landry), we've shut down some notable WR tandems so far, and we're doing well in the turnover category.

Also, Kareem Moore has quitely (or not so quietly) asserted himself as the unquestioned starter at safety. No doubt, he's an upgrade over Horton and Doughty.
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Old 10-18-2010, 08:50 AM   #98
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I voted Landry, but TBH, I didn't see a game ball at all last night.
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Old 10-18-2010, 08:53 AM   #99
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I voted Landry, but TBH, I didn't see a game ball at all last night.
SS please remove, wrong thread.
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