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Old 07-23-2012, 02:02 PM   #61
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Old 07-23-2012, 02:10 PM   #62
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I'd say he's got a great chance at owning all the team records for a rookie QB
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Robert Griffin: 3,473 yards passing 24 TDs 11 Ints
533 yards rushing 7 TDs

Roy Helu: 1,103 yards rushing 9 TDs

Pierre Garcon: 1,087 yards receiving 8 TDs
Fred Davis: 911 yards receiving 6 TDs
Leonard Hankerson: 737 yards receiving yards 5 TDs
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Old 07-23-2012, 02:41 PM   #64
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I'll just say this. I have watched the Redskins lack of offense for several years now and and last year was no exception to that fact. If the Redskins can figure out how to score just 21 points per game they will be above .500 for the season. They were 5-11 last year and if you were to just pencil in 21 points for them in the games they lost, they would have been 9-7. Whatever it takes to score 3 TDs per game should be the goal. If another TD here or there verses a FG or a drive killing turnover makes those 3 TDs per game happen, then they will be playoff bound in my mind. I think RG3 is good enough to help this team get those 3 TD, either on a busted play where he makes it happen with his feet, or he buys some time to get that receiver open to make that play. I think he will make more plays than Rex did to help this team score more, and that's what they need.
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Robert Griffin: 3,473 yards passing 24 TDs 11 Ints
533 yards rushing 7 TDs

Roy Helu: 1,103 yards rushing 9 TDs

Pierre Garcon: 1,087 yards receiving 8 TDs
Fred Davis: 911 yards receiving 6 TDs
Leonard Hankerson: 737 yards receiving yards 5 TDs

Are you saying Hankerson will move his way up the depth chart and be our #2 guy? It could happen- I just hope b/c he's beasting out and not an injury to moss or failed Morgan experiment.
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Old 07-23-2012, 03:00 PM   #66
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I'd say he's got a great chance at owning all the team records for a rookie QB
Wow, it's amazing how bad our club's rookie qb records are. I hope he re-writes every single one of them(except interceptions)
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Old 07-23-2012, 03:25 PM   #67
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I wonder if Jay Schroeder is upset with RGIII wearing #10....:screama:
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I wonder if Jay Schroeder is upset with RGIII wearing #10....:screama:

Wow. I just remembered that I had Jay's jersey as a kid! It was from one of those Hutch uniforms with the helmet.

I also had his Starting Lineup figure.

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I originally typed 11-5 before remembering we have Baltimore, Pittsburgh and Cincy this year.
Does anyone else feel like the defense for Baltimore and Pittsburgh is starting to fall off a little bit? I'd worry more about that offensive line for the Steelers more than anything.
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Baltimore maybe. They're missing Suggs, Reed...who knows with his contract fight if he'll play and how motivated he'll be, he's seriously angry at the team. The secondary isn't as good anymore.

Pittsburgh should be just as strong. Cincy could be a top 5 NFL defense and Cleveland isn't terrible and have made some nice additions. Watch out for their rookie James Michael-Johnson at LB.
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Baltimore maybe. They're missing Suggs, Reed...who knows with his contract fight if he'll play and how motivated he'll be, he's seriously angry at the team. The secondary isn't as good anymore.

Pittsburgh should be just as strong. Cincy could be a top 5 NFL defense and Cleveland isn't terrible and have made some nice additions. Watch out for their rookie James Michael-Johnson at LB.
You never know with Cincy. They have a track record of following good years with bad years, for whatever reason.
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Does anyone else feel like the defense for Baltimore and Pittsburgh is starting to fall off a little bit? I'd worry more about that offensive line for the Steelers more than anything.
Not at all. First off, both have top 5 FO in the league. Both always seem to find guys to replace their fading talent. Check what Pittsburg did in the draft...drafted a couple studs for the Oline. They will be fine.

These teams depend on the draft to grow their teams and dont go out and spend stupid money. Seems to work.
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Baltimore maybe. They're missing Suggs, Reed...who knows with his contract fight if he'll play and how motivated he'll be, he's seriously angry at the team. The secondary isn't as good anymore.
Um...I live in Baltimore.
Ed Reed has been working out at the Ravens den since some time last week.
And although that defense lost Suggs there won't be as huge of a drop off in production as people think.
Between Kruger, McPhee and Upshaw the Raven's pass rush won't fall off that much.
There secondary with Ed Reed, Pollard and CB trio of Kerry Williams, Jimmy Smith and Webb is solid.
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Old 07-23-2012, 09:16 PM   #75
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In conjunction with Griffin throwing the football, look for the running game to be even stronger. What's the chances in the Redskins having two of three running backs each rushing for a 1,000 yards?
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