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Old 08-10-2012, 10:47 AM   #61
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There was some pretty laughable moments from the refs last night, they looked very amateur. I think it ended up being pretty even against both teams at least, but they missed alot of calls, made a ton of mistakes. I'm not really sure what the NFL is thinking, if these crews make it to a regular season game, it will be very bad.

I'm worried about Jarvis Jenkins, he seems to have lost alot of his pushing power.
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Old 08-10-2012, 10:57 AM   #62
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I only got to watch up to Garcon TD and then later the 4th quarter, but it was exciting nonetheless.

And I know everyone here hates bleacher report but i think this is a good read on the standouts and recaps a lot of the things many of you and other people are saying:

10 Observations from Washington Redskins Preseason Opener | Bleacher Report
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Old 08-10-2012, 11:03 AM   #63
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It cost Gailey a challenge in order to get the ball placed at the 4. That shouldn't have happened.

Guarantee if that happens to us when the games count we'd all be annoyed about it.
Totally inexcusable.

The NFL needs to fix this problem quick.
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Old 08-10-2012, 11:07 AM   #64
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I was mostly impressed at the fact that RGIII was going through his reads, not just getting the ball snapped to him and throwing to the first receiver he sees. He looked off of Garcon before hitting him for a nice gainer. He made some good reads and quick decisions. He really didn't look like a rookie out there. Of course, I want to see how he looks against the Bears defense next week.

I think Coach Shanahan wanted to see how well that right side would run block - which is why you saw a lot of running plays to the right. They have some work to do, as Royster couldn't really find any running lanes. And of course, all the passes to Banks is to evaluate his chances at making the team as a wide receiver. He has the speed, but he looked awful out there. I know a few of those passes would have been difficult passes, but you gotta do the impossible if you're going to make the them. I was extremely impressed with Crawford - both in coverage and with his punt returns! I was also extremely impressed with Hank on that one catch - the big guy has some moves and he's going to be exciting to watch this year!
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Old 08-10-2012, 11:36 AM   #65
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Old 08-10-2012, 11:37 AM   #66
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Awesome! I was wondering if he was going to continue the tradition.
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Old 08-10-2012, 11:54 AM   #67
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They only got the punt return call right AFTER Chan Gailey was forced to use a challenge. In a real game, and situation reversed (us using the challenge for a painfully obvious errant call) this board would blow up. How can you say they didn't make any bad calls, when they called a punt a touchback when it was CLEARLY down at the 4, isn't that by definition a bad call???


They didn't call it a touch back they said the first person to touch the ball went out of bounds. It was like number 72 went out of bounds but it was number 71 who downed the ball. While it was a bad call it something that always happens. They did not loose the challenge because it was over turned.
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Old 08-10-2012, 12:04 PM   #68
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On one hand I'm glad that RG3 played as well as he did and that we saw Cousins struggle a bit. Honestly it's easier for us media wise if RG3 shows his flashes and establishes himself first before Cousins starts to show his promise. With that said I was surprised at how much he struggled. I mean he was just forcing stuff left and right and struggled to find any semblance of a rhythm. I know its early but it makes me wonder if Cousins will ever be the type of preseason hero that tempts a team to part with a day 1 or 2 draft pick a couple of years down the line.
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Old 08-10-2012, 12:56 PM   #69
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On one hand I'm glad that RG3 played as well as he did and that we saw Cousins struggle a bit. Honestly it's easier for us media wise if RG3 shows his flashes and establishes himself first before Cousins starts to show his promise. With that said I was surprised at how much he struggled. I mean he was just forcing stuff left and right and struggled to find any semblance of a rhythm. I know its early but it makes me wonder if Cousins will ever be the type of preseason hero that tempts a team to part with a day 1 or 2 draft pick a couple of years down the line.
I could be wrong, but I believe part of it was the coaches telling Cousins to target Brandon Banks a bit more. Cousins is going to struggle, no doubt, but I did see some potential in him. I think eventually he'll be a strong backup for us.
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My simple observations: Cut Banks and RGI now! Just do it!

Along with a lack of scores by the B&G, it was a sloppy game. Especially RGI and Banks. The OL wasn't great, just ok. Our team did just enough to win, and the Bills Offense looked like it was going on only 2-3 days of practice. Our secondary was ok.
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Grossman still has value as the #2.

Cousins isn't going to be ready for that this year.
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Grossman still has value as the #2.

Cousins isn't going to be ready for that this year.
Definitely not this year!
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Old 08-10-2012, 03:45 PM   #73
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Heard a Cowboys fan call in to NFL radio a while ago, he tried to say RG3 looked bad last night, Schein ripped him to shreds lol
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Heard a Cowboys fan call in to NFL radio a while ago, he tried to say RG3 looked bad last night, Schein ripped him to shreds lol
He needs to worry about Monday night, cant wait to see Dallas on national tv struggling. typical Dallas fan
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He needs to worry about Monday night, cant wait to see Dallas on national tv struggling. typical Dallas fan
He's only a typical Dallas fan if he has never set foot in the state of Texas.
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