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Old 08-08-2012, 11:37 PM   #46
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We should have kept OJ on board. Id say we should have kept Landry too but i dont feel like arguing wit the dirty 30 haters. Meriweathers ok.. i liked that pickup now that we let both our safetys go.. still scratching my head.. for Josh Morgan??? We just added Garcon, Cooley will be healthy, RG will get the ball to guys like Santana & Fred who suffered because we had Rex/Beck taking snaps. And the only reason i liked the Tanard Jackson pickup because we put ourselves in such a rough spot out there.
Landry would be on the PUP list, just like he is right now in the Jets PUP list.
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Old 08-09-2012, 06:55 AM   #47
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landry would be on the pup list, just like he is right now in the jets pup list.
ding ding ding.
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Landry would be on the PUP list, just like he is right now in the Jets PUP list.
NFL.com says he was put back on the active roster on July 26. LINK
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NFL.com says he was put back on the active roster on July 26. LINK
And I guarantee you being back on the active list doesn't mean he will stay there for long.
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And I guarantee you being back on the active list doesn't mean he will stay there for long.
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Old 08-09-2012, 09:06 AM   #51
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And I think Bernstine is doing a nice job. Hes really athletic, and I think hes going to be a good player. So, youve got six players vying for however many spots, and the practice squad. Its a good situation to be in.
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Landry would be on the PUP list, just like he is right now in the Jets PUP list.
People still defending Landry is mind boggling to see.
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Jackson, Bernstein, Gomes, and Merriweather if the rookie makes it.
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Old 08-12-2012, 12:38 PM   #54
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O line is more of a concern with all of the injuries. If we get banged up in the secondary like we are in the O line, then yeah we are screwed, but the D looked tight against Buffalo, so for now the O line is the only big concern. Those guys have our biggest investment to protect. If he goes down, so does our season.
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And I guarantee you being back on the active list doesn't mean he will stay there for long.
Lol. Agreed.
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Old 08-12-2012, 07:54 PM   #56
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Outside of Hall, the pastfew seasons we have had a vanilla defensive backfield and we seem to alway be OK. The off line already being banged up has to be the bigger concern. Haslett and co will have a nice secondary in place come week 1.
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Old 08-12-2012, 08:34 PM   #57
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Giants were 28th in pass defense last year and dead last in rushing. They had Eli and could rush the passer. The point is we're going to have holes just like every other team in the league. If and when RGIII excels at the QB position, the Skins will contend year in and year out and year out.
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Old 08-20-2012, 01:05 PM   #58
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Giants were 28th in pass defense last year and dead last in rushing. They had Eli and could rush the passer. The point is we're going to have holes just like every other team in the league. If and when RGIII excels at the QB position, the Skins will contend year in and year out and year out.
I'd be curious to get Giantone's take on this, but I feel that the Giants were able to generate a hell of a pass rush with their d-line alone. I feel that this helped them in protecting their secondary without having to send extra players on a blitz.
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Giants were 28th in pass defense last year and dead last in rushing. They had Eli and could rush the passer. The point is we're going to have holes just like every other team in the league. If and when RGIII excels at the QB position, the Skins will contend year in and year out and year out.
Yes they were, but from the point the Skins beat them and they dropped to 7-7 until they won the superbowl those numbers are very deceiving. When they went on that run their running game, and pass D stepped up big time. So my point is that its not only up to RG-3, and our D-line - but if and when the time comes for our o-line and secondary to step it up to the next level - they have to do so. Just like the Giants "holes" stepped it up.
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I'm skeptical about Cedric Griffin playing corner. The man was torched for 41 yards on the first play from scrimmage, I heard. I thought that the coaches would have him play safety but he could provide quality depth at corner. Maybe he just had a bad outing but I don't expect such poor play from a corner that used to play the Bears twice a year.
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