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Old 04-12-2012, 06:34 PM   #91
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Old 04-12-2012, 11:43 PM   #92
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Pretty soft article, analysis wise. I was more stimulated reading the comments section where a fan tears Garcon apart for his drops and lousy route-running. Why are the various opinions about this Garcon kid so contradictory?
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Read enough fan comments and you'll think every player in the league sucks.
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Old 04-13-2012, 12:23 AM   #94
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Read enough fan comments and you'll think every player in the league sucks.
Sadly...so true Matty.
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Old 04-13-2012, 01:32 AM   #95
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Pretty soft article, analysis wise. I was more stimulated reading the comments section where a fan tears Garcon apart for his drops and lousy route-running. Why are the various opinions about this Garcon kid so contradictory?
I thought the article was okay. I don't agree with the notion that our running game is THAT much of a question mark. I mean in the latter half of the season, teams were pretty much daring us to pass and would stack up the LOS. Yet still Helu had pretty decent numbers with three 100+ yd games at the end of the season.

If Helu was able to produce with no passing threat, I think he'll be more productive with a passing game that will at least keep the defense honest.
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That was an intriguing article. The Redskins in my opinion played neck and neck with some pretty good teams last year and lost. Miami, Dallas twice, San Francisco, New England, and beat the Super Bowl champions twice during the regular season. But they also looked terrible in games against the Panthers, Eagles, and Bills. But the difference between winning and losing came down to the play at the QB position. Rex Grossman and John Beck were both a serious downgrade from Donovan McNabb. This is why I firmly believe RG3 can succeed as a rookie quarterback. Who would have though that the 49ers who finished 6-10 in 2010 would compete for an NFC title a year later? Unlikely things can happen in professional football. We'll just have to wait and see how good this Redskin team truly is.
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Read enough fan comments and you'll think every player in the league sucks.


They do. Every last one of them sucks. What a bunch of suckers. I mean i've seen people suck before but those had to be the suckiest bunch of suckers whoever sucked.........................

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The article said, "The 2012 Redskins are not as finished a product as the teams into which Sanchez and Flacco and Ryan were dropped."

I have to disagree a little about the Jets and a lot about the Falcons. Matty Ice arrived in the wake of the disaster left by Vick/Petrino. Those Falcons were hardly a "finished product."
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I thought the article was okay. I don't agree with the notion that our running game is THAT much of a question mark. I mean in the latter half of the season, teams were pretty much daring us to pass and would stack up the LOS. Yet still Helu had pretty decent numbers with three 100+ yd games at the end of the season.

If Helu was able to produce with no passing threat, I think he'll be more productive with a passing game that will at least keep the defense honest.
Agree w/ this...I think the bigger question is how Kyle will balance run v pass?
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Agree w/ this...I think the bigger question is how Kyle will balance run v pass?
Well, I think if the truth were known....sometimes he will call a pass play and sometimes he will call a run play......
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Well, I think if the truth were known....sometimes he will call a pass play and sometimes he will call a run play......
SHUTUP! You just gave away the gameplan!
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SHUTUP! You just gave away the gameplan!
It's okay - he didn't tell them the part where sometimes we will run left and sometimes we will run right.
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It's okay - he didn't tell them the part where sometimes we will run left and sometimes we will run right.
Ughhhhh! Do you guys want to share any more gameplan secrets?!
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NFL.com news: If 'Skins pick Robert Griffin III, Cowboys plan to apply pressure

Even the cowgirls are preparing for Griffin...
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