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Old 10-23-2011, 07:00 PM   #16
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Hate to ruin the thread with mention of a good performance, but Trevor Matich just said that in Erik Cook's first ever start, he held Carolina NT Sione Fua to zero tackles, zero assists, zero sacks, zero pressures.

Hey, FWIW.
Great point also. Our OL performed very well considering the injuries.
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Old 10-23-2011, 07:01 PM   #17
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Hate to ruin the thread with mention of a good performance, but Trevor Matich just said that in Erik Cook's first ever start, he held Carolina NT Sione Fua to zero tackles, zero assists, zero sacks, zero pressures.

Hey, FWIW.
The o-line definitely exceeded my expectations today. Both sides we're rolling up the defense when we committed to the run, and Beck had time on several drop-backs. For a reshuffled group I was impressed even accounting for a lousy Carolina defense. This loss goes on our defense and maybe our playcalling to go away from the run game so early.
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Great point also. Our OL performed very well considering the injuries.
second that. been waiting for Scud Studs to say it. OL played well. Great to see Sean and Cook playing well.
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Old 10-23-2011, 07:09 PM   #19
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Two consecutive weeks the team did not appear to be prepared to play. Shanahan's responsibility is to get the team ready, they were not ready today and the Panthers took advantage. I give them credit. The negatives are always highlighted more in a loss than in a win. There were a few positives, just not enough.
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Old 10-23-2011, 07:10 PM   #20
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Re: Smoot Lays the Smack Down (Redskins vs. Panthers)

Jamaal Brown for being Applewhite's bitch.

The entire defense except maybe Carriker. Terrible angles, poor tackling, no freaking heart. And Haslett. Barf. Also, if Kevin Barnes never plays another snap for this team I wouldn't bat an eye.

Jabar Gaffney was bad. Hankerson, that pick is on you son.

And finally, the injury bug. Two starting O-lineman, our best WR, our best RB, our team leader in Fletch, Cooley, etc etc. I know injuries are part of the game, but damn. That's tough to overcome, especially on a team with god awful depth across the board.
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Old 10-23-2011, 07:21 PM   #21
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Goat, I wouldn't say Plax is "killing it" Great game today, but before today he was doing no better than Gaffney
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Old 10-23-2011, 07:25 PM   #22
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Hate to ruin the thread with mention of a good performance, but Trevor Matich just said that in Erik Cook's first ever start, he held Carolina NT Sione Fua to zero tackles, zero assists, zero sacks, zero pressures.

Hey, FWIW.
Hate to come in here and go all negative on your insight, but he was blown out of the play on the sack of Beck on fourth down. With that said though, the rest of the time he played good.

I'm going to single out the receiving cast here. 1 for putting in a clearly not ready Hank at the end of the game, and 2 for any receiver who dropped a pass or made a bad play today. Way to let down your qb who hasn't played a reg. Season game since 2007.

Also agreed on the defense. Poor tackling, horrible second half adjustments by Haslett, and that loser Kevin Barnes. Very uninspiring play today. Props to Fletch for ballin even though he was very sick.
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These coaches need to start gameplanning per team. Not simulating defending against Vick and Newton cost them. The team wasn't armed or prepared to face either the Eagles or Panthers. At least install some wrinkles to mix it up on offense and defense.
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Old 10-23-2011, 07:31 PM   #24
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A smackdown on our enthusiasm.

A few weeks ago the defense was flying to the ball aggressively and with great energy. The offense had an up-tempo feel even when they were not objectively up-tempo.

What happened to our energy? Our bye has now lasted for three weeks.
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Old 10-23-2011, 07:36 PM   #25
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Hate to come in here and go all negative on your insight, but he was blown out of the play on the sack of Beck on fourth down. With that said though, the rest of the time he played good.

I'm going to single out the receiving cast here. 1 for putting in a clearly not ready Hank at the end of the game, and 2 for any receiver who dropped a pass or made a bad play today. Way to let down your qb who hasn't played a reg. Season game since 2007.

Also agreed on the defense. Poor tackling, horrible second half adjustments by Haslett, and that loser Kevin Barnes. Very uninspiring play today. Props to Fletch for ballin even though he was very sick.
Hmm, that's what I get for listening to Trevor Matich.
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Old 10-23-2011, 07:38 PM   #26
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this oddly sounds like 2010......I am not saying fire Shanny but great coaches do not lose 2 straight after a bye week!
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Why hello bottom of the NFC East have you missed me??? Welllllll ive misssed you.....i love how warm and cozy you make me feel. A few more weeks, the kids will be gone to they're dads and we'll have tha place alllllll to ourselves.


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Old 10-23-2011, 07:42 PM   #28
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Beck played ok but nothing spectacular, the INT late in the 4th was a killer as they Skins still had a chance to win. I was stunned that the D couldnt stop Cam. In the end Carolina just had more athletic talent than the Skins.
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this oddly sounds like 2010......I am not saying fire Shanny but great coaches do not lose 2 straight after a bye week!
I don't really know what's going on around the league after bye weeks. But I wonder how the new CBA rule that mandates four consecutive days off during a bye week is impacting things
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I don't really know what's going on around the league after bye weeks. But I wonder how the new CBA rule that mandates four consecutive days off during a bye week is impacting things
The bye was like turning off a switch for us. I dont like it.
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