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Old 11-10-2010, 11:37 AM   #46
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I would love to see Banks get more time on offense. He's one of those Hester types that needs to get the rock in his hands. He would scare the hell out of defenses. Tell me what you all think about this.
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Old 11-10-2010, 11:40 AM   #47
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1. The only change they can make is Dock. The rest of the guys aren't any better than the starters. But Shanahan needs to put his ego in his back pocket and get Dock back in there.
That's basically what I meant, put back Dockery at LG or RG (if he can play there) get rid of Rabach out of the starting lineup and put KL at C. Hicks hasn't done much at RG and Brown is still not at 100% at RT.
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Old 11-10-2010, 02:22 PM   #48
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I really think that to date Kyle Shanahan stinks as an offensive coordinator! They should leave McNabb's stance alone...Just let him play. and get somebody to call some plays that seem logical. But they need to fix the O-line problems pronto. One change they can make is to move Dockery back in at left guard, take Rabach out and replace him withMontgomery or the current left guard (I can't spell his name!). It might not be any better but at least it's a change. Shanahan must be sitting in Vinnie's old chair and now he's caught something!
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Old 11-10-2010, 03:37 PM   #49
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Midseason Stock Watch: Redskins - NFC East Blog - ESPN

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"My guess is that McNabb will be playing elsewhere in 2010."

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Old 11-10-2010, 10:25 PM   #50
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1-Fix OL problems. Some changes are needed from the C all the way to the right of the line.
2-Time for Galloway to retire and promote Austin from the PS.
3-Cut back on penalties during returns by special teams.
4-Have McNabb work on his footwork.
5-If Torain is hurt for awhile bring in James Davis from the PS and see what he can do.

1. Where do I find the magic wand or the fairy godmother who will fix those problems in 2 weeks with the talent on this roster?

2. IF Galloway were to retire - - and I doubt he will in mid-season - - what makes anyone think that anyone on the roster other than Roydel Williams would be his replacement?

3. Agree here. This is something coaching and practice can accomplish. BTW, penalties in other areas of the game can be reduced too with positive benefits...

4. Donovan McNabb is in his 12 season in the NFL and has probably been using his "standard footwork" for the last 20+ years of his football life. The chances that he will change that effectively without altering his comfort level with some other part of his game in a two week period are very slim.

5. If Torain is hurt and Portis is not ready to come back, things are not looking up for the running game - - - unless of course that guy with the magic wand or the fairy godmother who is here to fix the OL in 2 weeks can give it another flick of his wrist.
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Old 11-13-2010, 11:38 AM   #51
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Say what! Rabach Captain? Shanny really likes this guy for some reason.
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Old 11-13-2010, 07:44 PM   #52
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o Run the ball

o McNabb needs to be more efficient and sustain drives with the passing game
..........a. McNabb/Kyle need to have clearly defined reads so McNabb throws to the right read at the right time more often
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Old 11-13-2010, 09:20 PM   #53
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I think McNabb needs to get his weight down. Just my opinion but he is looking a little chunky out there
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I think McNabb needs to get his weight down. Just my opinion but he is looking a little chunky out there
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Fire jim haslett !!!!!!!!!
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1-Fix OL problems. Some changes are needed from the C all the way to the right of the line.
2-Time for Galloway to retire and promote Austin from the PS.
3-Cut back on penalties during returns by special teams.
4-Have McNabb work on his footwork.
5-If Torain is hurt for awhile bring in James Davis from the PS and see what he can do.
I guess #1 happened not by choice but attrition and look what a difference it made without Rabach and Hicks. Hopefully #2 and #5 will occur this week.
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Old 11-21-2010, 11:01 PM   #57
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I know that there are several people (some mods definitely) that say there is an overreaction on the coaching backlash, now, that being said....

It shouldn't have taken injuries to figure out that Rabach is a turd. Seriously. Rabach has been an effing turnstile the whole year. So he gets hurt and Montgomery, who no one will mistake for Kevin Mawae, comes in and the line is without a doubt better. So WTF Shanahan?!

I have never said that MS should be fired or anything like that but I stand by my statements that this guy needs a reality check and some of his BS makes him appear as a fraud. He needs to come off his high horse (especially since he hasn't done dick in Washington and really didn't do much in Denver since 98).

This is what I find inexcusable:

- Mandating a 3-4 the same year you blow up the offense. No need for it (especially when you have 4-3 personnel).
- This childish idiotic feud with Haynesworth. He looks even more foolish every game he tries to "show Al" then on cue Al comes in and blows up the other team's backfield. What a joke...
-Extending Casey Rabach. WTF!!! You sat out a year to watch film and one of your first moves is extending the worst starting lineman on the team?
- Even worse than extending CR is effing starting him every week. I just threw up my bacon wrapped filet thinking how disgusting this is. To top it off, the line looks like the friggin' hogs in pass pro as soon as Rabach goes out. EFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
- Joey effing Galloway... nuff said. No excuse that this guy is on the team. I don't give a crap that he caught a big ball or two today. As many good catches he has had, he has just as many broken routes that hurt more (see last Monday night).

Alright, I feel a little better.
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I know that there are several people (some mods definitely) that say there is an overreaction on the coaching backlash, now, that being said....

It shouldn't have taken injuries to figure out that Rabach is a turd. Seriously. Rabach has been an effing turnstile the whole year. So he gets hurt and Montgomery, who no one will mistake for Kevin Mawae, comes in and the line is without a doubt better. So WTF Shanahan?!

I have never said that MS should be fired or anything like that but I stand by my statements that this guy needs a reality check and some of his BS makes him appear as a fraud. He needs to come off his high horse (especially since he hasn't done dick in Washington and really didn't do much in Denver since 98).

This is what I find inexcusable:

- Mandating a 3-4 the same year you blow up the offense. No need for it (especially when you have 4-3 personnel).
- This childish idiotic feud with Haynesworth. He looks even more foolish every game he tries to "show Al" then on cue Al comes in and blows up the other team's backfield. What a joke...
-Extending Casey Rabach. WTF!!! You sat out a year to watch film and one of your first moves is extending the worst starting lineman on the team?
- Even worse than extending CR is effing starting him every week. I just threw up my bacon wrapped filet thinking how disgusting this is. To top it off, the line looks like the friggin' hogs in pass pro as soon as Rabach goes out. EFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
- Joey effing Galloway... nuff said. No excuse that this guy is on the team. I don't give a crap that he caught a big ball or two today. As many good catches he has had, he has just as many broken routes that hurt more (see last Monday night).

Alright, I feel a little better.
You can add to that the head coach saying to the press that his starting QB, the face of the franchise, doesn't know the 2-minute drill. And sending the mediocre back up and pretty much give up on a possibly winnable game.
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You can add to that the head coach saying to the press that his starting QB, the face of the franchise, doesn't know the 2-minute drill. And sending the mediocre back up and pretty much give up on a possibly winnable game.

Lol I must have blocked that from my mind because that was probably worse than anything I mentioned. That bush-league move before a bye week was pathetic.
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Old 11-27-2010, 05:44 PM   #60
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With Galloway cut and Austin promoted my list is complete:

1-Fix OL problems. Some changes are needed from the C all the way to the right of the line.
2-Time for Galloway to retire and promote Austin from the PS.
3-Cut back on penalties during returns by special teams.
4-Have McNabb work on his footwork.
5-If Torain is hurt for awhile bring in James Davis from the PS and see what he can do.
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