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Old 11-29-2010, 03:07 PM   #481
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Re: Vikings vs. Redskins Gameday Thread

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Anyone see what Manning did last night with a beat up OL and limited playmakers?

I didn't see the game, but wow, goes to show you how important it is to have a good offensive line.
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Old 11-29-2010, 03:12 PM   #482
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Anyone see what Manning did last night with a beat up OL and limited playmakers?
2 INT's for TD's.
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Old 11-29-2010, 03:34 PM   #483
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If Peyton or any other elite QB were here, with this team, he would look like Heath Schuler with this team.....
Peyton, maybe. But Rapistberger would have been making big plays despite the line. Also, McNabb's balls in the dirt throws are a chronic problem for him, but not for anyone else.
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Old 11-29-2010, 04:25 PM   #484
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Peyton, maybe. But Rapistberger would have been making big plays despite the line. Also, McNabb's balls in the dirt throws are a chronic problem for him, but not for anyone else.
Pittsburgh has an elite defense that can carry the team, they also have a good compliment of receivers and an actual running game. They've always had a suspect o-line, and it almost cost the game yesterday.
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Old 11-29-2010, 04:46 PM   #485
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Guys we just have to remember that this system is new to the players and we need to fill some needs. I think winning a few games to start the season gave people false hope. You also have to remember the McNabb has been in the same system for 10 or 11 years and now has to forget that and start over. If the O around him had been in the system it would have helped things but they are all learning. Yesterday was just a bad day for some dropped balls and a bad block. I hate it too but I realize what we have and are working on. Also remember the Vikes are 11 games from one int to get into the SB so its not like they are bottom feeders.
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Old 11-29-2010, 05:30 PM   #486
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I think winning a few games to start the season gave people false hope.
It didn't give me false hope. Watching the way we've won, I knew we couldn't rely on that type of luck the whole season. You have to add some actual skill and effort to go along with the luck.
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Old 11-29-2010, 06:15 PM   #487
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Re: Vikings vs. Redskins Gameday Thread

Behind a Solid O-line, our skill players are going to look a helluva lot better........
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Old 11-30-2010, 11:51 AM   #488
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Anyone see what Manning did last night with a beat up OL and limited playmakers?
Matty:

Amen and AMEN!!

Peyton Manning will be in the Hall of Fame as a QB. Nevertheless, when his OL cannot protect him and he is working with average to below-average receivers and has no running game to speak of, even a Hall of Fame QB will look mediocre.

The 2010 Redskins OL stinks. The 2010 Redskins WR corps is average on its best days. The 2010 Redskins running game is sub-standard.

Even Peyton Manning could not QB this team to a 12-4 record.
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Old 12-01-2010, 10:30 PM   #489
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I noticed nobody talked about the new wildcat formation with Banks; thought I would try for a change of scenario by bumping this thread (I'm not sure if this is that important enough to create a thread).. I was surprised to see the new plays, Banks looked so fragile - I always hold my breath and hope that he will not fumble every time he touches the ball. And yet he's so fun to watch.

I give Shanahans some credits for being creative, as well.
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