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Old 08-01-2011, 12:05 PM   #151
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As long as he's sharp on short/mid routes we'll be fine. Most deep stuff will come off PA when we start playing for real....he'll hit those. If he's needing to make throws over 20 yds for us to win...we've got problems.
Chances are he will...we already have a problem.
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Old 08-01-2011, 12:33 PM   #152
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It doesn't seem to me like Beck can't hit the deep stuff when he needs to. I mean, it's not like Matt Schaub has the world's biggest arm, but he can stretch the field when he needs to. It seems like most of his misses are a result of not having the timing down with his wide receivers, especially since it seems like he's overthrowing people. Seems like hes getting better, though. Won't know anything until they put full pads on, though.
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Old 08-01-2011, 01:06 PM   #153
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Mixed reviews on Beck today. Still pretty sharp on the short to intermediate routes. Inconsistent on the deep passes.
I was at camp today; I have to say, J. Beck looked pretty solid on deep balls, surprisingly. He missed on both, but in both instances, i'd blame the recievers. A. Armstrong missed a perfectly placed over the shoulder catch and L. Hankerson caught a pass just out of bounds.

J. Beck, however, did have two D. Hall interceptions literally back to back.
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Old 08-01-2011, 01:30 PM   #154
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I was at camp today; I have to say, J. Beck looked pretty solid on deep balls, surprisingly. He missed on both, but in both instances, i'd blame the recievers. A. Armstrong missed a perfectly placed over the shoulder catch and L. Hankerson caught a pass just out of bounds.

J. Beck, however, did have two D. Hall interceptions literally back to back.
Yeah? I heard he had a couple of floaters that the receivers had to come back to get.

But if you were there I will defer to you
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Old 08-01-2011, 01:44 PM   #155
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Will Montgomery on taking over at center: "I'm very confident. This offense is tailor made for me .. inside and outside zone.
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Old 08-01-2011, 02:00 PM   #156
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Good to hear, hopefully he's right. A Center emerging from the guys we have now would be huge...the line could be solidified with the only question mark being Kory L. at LG. Chester should be good at RG and the tackles are solid.

We might finally have a competent line!
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Old 08-01-2011, 02:09 PM   #157
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Anyone reading anything else besides redskins.com and redskins insider for training camp updates?
Chris Russell and Grant Paulsen do a pretty good job with updates through Twitter.
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Old 08-01-2011, 02:09 PM   #158
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I'm thinking Trent and Brown will be good on the corners. But I think Will Montgomery is the X factor and could be the lenchpin to the offensive line. If he performs well or exceeds expectations, I could see us having a really good shot at the playoffs.

I know that sounds like a huge leap and putting a lot on one position so early, but if your center performs well that's one less mental thing your QB has in the back of his mind and the running game is usually clicking more often than not.
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Chris Russell and Grant Paulsen do a pretty good job with updates through Twitter.
Yeah, Grant's all over it. He's tweeting real time, getting some really good player interviews and getting them on the net pretty quickly.
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Chris Russell and Grant Paulsen do a pretty good job with updates through Twitter.

Thanks. But unfortunitly im not really a twitter guy, maybe ill sign up so i can get there stuff.
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I'm thinking Trent and Brown will be good on the corners. But I think Will Montgomery is the X factor and could be the lenchpin to the offensive line. If he performs well or exceeds expectations, I could see us having a really good shot at the playoffs.

I know that sounds like a huge leap and putting a lot on one position so early, but if your center performs well that's one less mental thing your QB has in the back of his mind and the running game is usually clicking more often than not.
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Thanks. But unfortunitly im not really a twitter guy, maybe ill sign up so i can get there stuff.
I would highly recommend it. Of course, your work production may go down the toilet.
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Old 08-01-2011, 05:44 PM   #163
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Redskins Monday camp notes - NFC East Blog - ESPN

Don't know if this has been posted elsewhere but was an interesting read ... most discouraging is Santana's opinion of Beck as just another guy throwing to him, not exactly high praise. On the flip side, Silverback's lost some weight, Hankerson's looking decent and some other good news. Last but not least, it seems like a foregone conclusion that Los will leave so any news on that front?
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Thanks. But unfortunitly im not really a twitter guy, maybe ill sign up so i can get there stuff.
You don't need to actively tweet, in fact you don't need to tweet at all. It just makes it a little easier to search for news and navigate if you sign up, but then again you don't even need to sign up to use twitter. However it's always nice to follow someone like Adam Schefter and being able to see his latest updates on my homepage.

In the end it's easier for rumors and little tidbits to search on twitter then it is on google.
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Old 08-01-2011, 06:01 PM   #165
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wonder if landry has practiced any today?
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