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Old 09-14-2012, 03:38 PM   #151
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That's amazing...keeping his left arm warmed up in case he needs it. I actually believe him too.

Someday, we're going to see a left-handed TD pass...probably on a scramble.

IMO if we saw this we would have to be up by 30pts.
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Old 09-14-2012, 08:17 PM   #152
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Great link thanks.

I imagine the Skins being down 21 at halftime. RG3 and the team come out second half. Griffin tears off the sleeve and announces to the world "I'm really not right handed!"

The Skins proceed to have a better quarter of football than Doug Williams in SB XXII. Skins win by 14, easily.
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Old 09-14-2012, 08:49 PM   #153
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Bob Griffin said (regarding his left arm)- "I can throw with it, just in case you’re wondering.”

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I would love to see him fake and throw a left handed pass, defenses would not know what to expect and be very confused.
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At least Griffin was strong again.

Kid is pretty amazing.

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Old 09-17-2012, 01:39 PM   #156
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At least Griffin was strong again.

Kid is pretty amazing.

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Seeing him in person is even better! Too bad I wont get to often.
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Old 09-17-2012, 03:52 PM   #157
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Re: Kudos to RG III

I didn't see the game, but saw some highlights. RG3 was pressured by the Rams defense all game and still played well despite throwing an INT. As he adjusts to the speed of the game, Griffin III will only get better and better.
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Old 09-17-2012, 04:14 PM   #158
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Imagine what RG3 will be like after he gets a year under his belt!!!!
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Old 09-18-2012, 06:35 PM   #159
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Imagine what RG3 will be like after he gets a year under his belt!!!!
Agree, imagine 2 or 3yrs in this system he will be a MONSTER IMO.
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I didn't see the game, but saw some highlights. RG3 was pressured by the Rams defense all game and still played well despite throwing an INT. As he adjusts to the speed of the game, Griffin III will only get better and better.

I can argue that he may already be adjusted to the speed of the nfl. It certainly looks like it in these first 2 games. He was the best Redskins player in both games.
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I can argue that he may already be adjusted to the speed of the nfl. It certainly looks like it in these first 2 games. He was the best Redskins player in both games.
Based on these first two games, I would have to agree with you. He has made fewer mistakes than most of the veteran qbs and is in command of the #4 ranked offense in the league at the moment. His deep pass is already extremely accurate, he has wheels and most exciting of all he is going to get better and better because he's just a rookie.

I believe that no matter how bad our defense plays we will always have a chance to win as long as he is healthy. We all saw it, he was about to do it on that last drive before the penalty. We're 4 points away from being 2-0 despite having the 28th ranked defense in the league.
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Based on these first two games, I would have to agree with you. He has made fewer mistakes than most of the veteran qbs and is in command of the #4 ranked offense in the league at the moment. His deep pass is already extremely accurate, he has wheels and most exciting of all he is going to get better and better because he's just a rookie.

I believe that no matter how bad our defense plays we will always have a chance to win as long as he is healthy. We all saw it, he was about to do it on that last drive before the penalty. We're 4 points away from being 2-0 despite having the 28th ranked defense in the league.
Pats were Worst D in the league last year and made it to the Super Bowl. Saints and Packers sucked on D as well and both made the playoffs. I'd rather be elite in one or two areas than just good all around. Giants had no running game and a crappy secondary, but they rushed the hell out of the passer and could score through the air.
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Based on these first two games, I would have to agree with you. He has made fewer mistakes than most of the veteran qbs and is in command of the #4 ranked offense in the league at the moment. His deep pass is already extremely accurate, he has wheels and most exciting of all he is going to get better and better because he's just a rookie.

I believe that no matter how bad our defense plays we will always have a chance to win as long as he is healthy. We all saw it, he was about to do it on that last drive before the penalty. We're 4 points away from being 2-0 despite having the 28th ranked defense in the league.
He is such a good pocket passer already that you almost forget his athleticism. Like on one play, when finnegan blitzed - in one sudden spin move, what almost was a clean shot at griffin was a clean whiff.
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Pats were Worst D in the league last year and made it to the Super Bowl. Saints and Packers sucked on D as well and both made the playoffs. I'd rather be elite in one or two areas than just good all around. Giants had no running game and a crappy secondary, but they rushed the hell out of the passer and could score through the air.
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:36 PM   #165
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He is such a good pocket passer already that you almost forget his athleticism. Like on one play, when finnegan blitzed - in one sudden spin move, what almost was a clean shot at griffin was a clean whiff.
I agree. that spin was serious. haha.
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