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View Poll Results: Skins 17 Bears 14: who gets your game ball?
Hall 128 91.43%
Torain 2 1.43%
Haynesworth 9 6.43%
Orakpo 0 0%
other 1 0.71%
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Old 10-24-2010, 07:30 PM   #1
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Old 10-24-2010, 07:34 PM   #2
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Re: Redskins-Bears, Best and Worst

This poll is going to be as one sided as the NFC Defensive Player of the Week poll after Monday.
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Old 10-24-2010, 07:42 PM   #3
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Best:
1. Hall, of course, Career game.
2. Fat Albert, goal line play was incredible. Watching him push that dude into Cutler for his sack was awesome.
3. Orakpo another great game.
4. Carlos for playing another solid game cover his reciever, but the block down field that got Hall into the endzone.

Worst:
1. Effing entire offense. Good god i wanted to punch Kyle Shanny, McNabb, and a host of others on multiple occassions. Just effing pathetic.
2. Gano, 37 yard field goal felt like it would have sealed the game at the time, but seems like even this kick was too much pressure for the kid. Comon' man, step it up
3. McNabb seems to be playing worst and worst over the last several games. I dont get it, he should be improving...???
4. Our Oline didnt help in protecting McNabb.
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Old 10-24-2010, 07:51 PM   #4
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Best:
Hall
Rak
AH
Ryan Torian
The Entire defense played really well


Worst:
ATV and his fumbles
DMac
Armstrong for dropping a sure fire TD in the first half
Gano.... really 37 yards
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Best:
1. Hall, of course, Career game.
2. Fat Albert, goal line play was incredible. Watching him push that dude into Cutler for his sack was awesome.
3. Orakpo another great game.
4. Carlos for playing another solid game cover his reciever, but the block down field that got Hall into the endzone.

Worst:
1. Effing entire offense. Good god i wanted to punch Kyle Shanny, McNabb, and a host of others on multiple occassions. Just effing pathetic.
2. Gano, 37 yard field goal felt like it would have sealed the game at the time, but seems like even this kick was too much pressure for the kid. Comon' man, step it up
3. McNabb seems to be playing worst and worst over the last several games. I dont get it, he should be improving...???
4. Our Oline didnt help in protecting McNabb.

The O line wasn't good at all. I think it mentally got to McNabb a bit. Our whole offense just sucked most of the day.
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Old 10-24-2010, 08:01 PM   #6
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My best and worst pretty much echoes Chico's except for a couple things.

Best:
1. Hall having a career game obviously. 4 picks? I might never see that again by a Redskins defender in my lifetime.
2. Defense getting turnovers. Rocky forcing that fumble, London getting that goal line turnover (I'm not going to lie, if they had challenged that it would've been a touchdown because the ball already broke the plane), D.Hall 4 picks, and continuing that physical play
3. Sub-theme of #2, defense being physical but playing smart in light of the new rules, aka no head to head shots or anything that might be interpreted as such.
4. Ground game at the end. Refreshing to see us run out the clock for once, instead of giving them one last opportunity.
5. Hunter playing keep away from Devin Hester. Smart strategy, even though it cost us field position yards. So there was a plus and minus of the strategy overall.
6. Defense getting sacks. Most came in the first half and they settled down the second half, but again, sacks and turnovers played huge roles.

Worst:
1. Offense. Aka We had great field position on our first 7 drives and only 10 points came out of it. We had a great first quarter minus the McNabb turnover but our second quarter was almost as bad as the Bears' first. We needed to adjust and get the ball out quicker like they did. Instead we kept seeing 5 and 7 step drops when there wasn't enough time to let the play run.
2. Turnovers. Turnovers kept them in the game, same as it kept us in the game. On the Bears defensive touchdown I liked the idea of McNabb getting rid of the ball, but he should've thrown it away from the defenders. Another sub-theme: Ball security. It needs to be preached in practice this week because Torain had 2 fumbles, Cooley had one, McNabb had one as well in addition to his 2 picks. They could've had 6 takeaways easily in this one as well. The difference was the ball bounced our way in this one instead of their way.
3. Sloppy execution on offense. I know the Bears have a good defense, but as shown by the rushing yards we had against them, they aren't invinceable. McNabb needs to play better, because he hasn't improved as the weeks have gone on.
4. O-line. Looks like we still need improvement. Guys need to diagnose where the pressure is coming from better too. Part of this is on McNabb too, he needs to be prepared at the los better because on some of their blitzes he had no clue whether there was gonna be pressure, or where it would come from.
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Hall, clearly.

Honourable mention to the zebras for not spotting that Cutler broke the plane before the fumble.
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Hell or Lovie for not challenging the ruling on the field.
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Best-
Hall
AH
McIntosh
Orakpo
Torain

Worst-
McNabb- Simply SUCKED!!
Middle and right side of the OL
Fred Davis
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best:
obviously deangelo for the four picks. we dont win without him.
torain is seriously becoming a more agile, non-past-his-prime brandon jacobs
tackling was amazing tonight

and me, just for being me.

worst:
mcnabb, i know they said he has games like this, but DAMN!
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Best-
Hall
AH
McIntosh
Orakpo
Torain

Worst-
McNabb- Simply SUCKED!!
Middle and right side of the OL
Fred Davis
Now come on. He did lead us on that touchdown drive in the first quarter after we spotted the Bears a 7-0 lead. Without that touchdown we would've lost the game. If we don't score that touchdown and Bears go up 14-0, they might not have passed at all in the second half except after they set up the play action by running repeatedly at us.
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Old 10-24-2010, 09:55 PM   #12
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Best > D. Halls hands, playing against the worst O-line ever, Cutler plays for the Bears. Worst > Our O-line and McNabb is still McNabb. He hasn't been the best QB in the NFCE for a couple years now.
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If Torain keeps this up it will help buy Mcnabb more time to get up to speed. We did a great job at pounding the rock today, against a good D too.
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best: deangelo hall, AH, and the rest of the defense

worst: mcnabb, o-line, playcalling to not help against the blitz/pass rush
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Armstrong also dropped a sure fire touchdown pass on a drive in the first quarter. It just seemed as though DMac was a little off all game. To much pressure perhaps, but he also led of to victory against the Pack when he faced the same kind of heat all day.

Like I said in another thread, to get a win when Donovan has a bad day is great. He may come out next week and just light the Bears up. Still stoked we have #5.
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