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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%
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Old 09-10-2012, 01:14 PM   #196
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Before the game it was motivation, now its a distraction, hehe
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Old 09-10-2012, 01:33 PM   #197
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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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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, 01:38 PM   #199
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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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Old 09-10-2012, 02:01 PM   #201
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I still cant believe the Saints played so poorly on D vs the bootlegs. I didnt understand what they were trying to do. It wasnt cause the run was just gashing them by any means.
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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
I think you have a advantage coming off the bench; first the team didn't game plan for you and second you have no pressure so your a bit of a gunslinger.

With that said; RGIII was the starter and he came in with all the pressure in the world and exceed all expectations. That my friend is the difference between getting excited about Ramsey vs. RGIII.

Bob is going to have his bad days for sure but he is going to be something special barring injury.
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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.
Seriously. I hope someone got an ultra high-res pic of him sitting on the ground watching Garcon go in for the TD. I would buy and frame that in a second.
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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!
Giddy...perfect word 53! Students in class were just laughing at me because I was bouncing off the walls...with giddiness!
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I think you have a advantage coming off the bench; first the team didn't game plan for you and second you have no pressure so your a bit of a gunslinger.

With that said; RGIII was the starter and he came in with all the pressure in the world and exceed all expectations. That my friend is the difference between getting excited about Ramsey vs. RGIII.

Bob is going to have his bad days for sure but he is going to be something special barring injury.
All Im saying is I dont want too get too excited over 1 game.Remember how excited you were over Mcnabbs performance against Houston? At least I was,I thought we had finally got a qb
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Gtripp or 30gut, where can you find grades for Oline? Did yall do any O-line reviews? I think they played well, especially the left side.
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All Im saying is I dont want too get too excited over 1 game.Remember how excited you were over Mcnabbs performance against Houston? At least I was,I thought we had finally got a qb
Look! I just finally came in from running the streets naked yelling RGIII is the greatest ever. I am trying to get my bearings OK. I will be fine but I am just excited!
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If Gomes continues his strong play over the next couple weeks, no way I want to see Merriweather back there.
Meriweather already lost his job to Gomes, he can regain a new job in Williams spot, unless of course they swap those positions when BM returns.
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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
I agree. Tomorrow it will be back to earth and waiting to see if we play the same against the Lambs. In the big picture we need to do it many more times than once.

But today is pure enjoyment. Huzzah!
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Meriweather already lost his job to Gomes, he can regain a new job in Williams spot, unless of course they swap those positions when BM returns.
no way in hell i want to see Meriweather at the FS position.
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