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View Poll Results: Along with RG3, who gets your game ball?
Garcon 11 10.09%
Morris 41 37.61%
A. Robinson 13 11.93%
Gomes 23 21.10%
C. Griffin 12 11.01%
other 9 8.26%
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Old 09-10-2012, 11:32 AM   #181
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Cooley was never looked at in place of Paulsen, they co-existed last year nicely. Let's look at the drops by Davis, or the non-existent Niles Paul. Let me put it this way, if Grossman is gonna be inactive gameday, I'd rather have that be Cooley.
No kidding... it's already a season with minimal expectations, he wont be here next year and if both the active QB's get injured they could just pull him off the couch or out of the grocery store and resign him anyway.
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Old 09-10-2012, 11:41 AM   #182
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I live in Saintsland. Saints folks are shocked this morning. The ones who know I am a Skins fan have all copped the attitude of, "But...but...you guys are supposed to suck! How could you whip us so badly?" Folks here are very impressed with us. HTTR bitches!
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Old 09-10-2012, 11:48 AM   #184
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Unfortunately there's one idiot who disagrees, Colin Cowherd. He blamed it on the environment, whatever.
I like him for some reason. Hell come around.
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People only hear what they want to hear
That would explain the marching band in my head today.
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Old 09-10-2012, 11:52 AM   #186
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It just something I love about seeing a big white boy like Paulsen drag defenders down field. I was like this is Redskins football right here.

No offense to big white boys
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Mike and Kyle Shanahan get my game ball. Mike for having the guts to stay committed to the youth movement. Starting RGIII and Alfred Morris. Trusting Cousins as second string quarterback. Kyle for sucking in his pride and catering the offense to RGIII talents. The video clip of Donovan McNabb must have hit home because Kyle did exactly what Donovan complained about, he adjusted the offense to RGIII talents. I swore I was watching the Baylor spread offense. I want to see how the offense progress as teams scheme against it. I live in St Louis, so I will be at the game Sunday with my family. I hope to be singing Hail to the Redskins as the Ram fans file out of the stadium.
Yes. I was very impressed by how Kyle showed flexibility in integrating Baylor plays into the offense. Kyle did a great job yesterday.
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Old 09-10-2012, 11:56 AM   #188
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If Gomes continues his strong play over the next couple weeks, no way I want to see Merriweather back there.
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Watched a little NFL AM this morning as I was making my lunch. It just happened that, when I turned it on, they were showing videos of RGIII's play and the voice over commentator was saying how well RGIII performed and how confident he looked.

The commentator was McNabb. I just laughed.
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:09 PM   #190
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Anyone else notice how much that 88yd td pass football meant to Griffin. He looks poised, but after the game he was holding that ball the same way my son was holding the football he got signed by RG3. I hope he was able to share that type of joy with his loved ones after all the media left him.
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Cowherd is a POS. He loves him some cowboys though
Before the game it was motivation, now its a distraction, hehe
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Watched a little NFL AM this morning as I was making my lunch. It just happened that, when I turned it on, they were showing videos of RGIII's play and the voice over commentator was saying how well RGIII performed and how confident he looked.

The commentator was McNabb. I just laughed.
Awesome.
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I'm going to use a word I never use. Giddy. I'm just freakin' giddy right now. @ Lotus... Giddy up bitches!
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:38 PM   #194
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The coaching staff. They took what RGIII did great in collage and adapted our O to fit those strengths. It seems after the one game they are not going to try and mold him into something he is not.
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You cant say enough about RG3,I dont want to get too giddy,I saw Ramsey come off the bench in his first game and look allpro.I know theyre 2 different types of qb,just afraid of getting my hopes up.
I voted for other for game ball,I thought the off line did a lot better job then expected.Pass protection held up pretty well,run blocking could have been better but Morris almost got 100 yards
Morris was not spectacular but very steady and efficent.That 1 td run was pretty awesome,he just got nailed at the 1 but kept chugging and got it in,a la Riggins
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