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Old 09-09-2012, 08:05 PM   #31
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Kudos to the team, coaches and fans!! The one guy that was the only let down was madieu Williams, he flat out sucked.
I disagree- I thought he played solid. Although he played soft like the whole defense down the stretch. I especially liked the 15 yarder that he committed on graham. He took away a little swag from Graham's step after that.
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Old 09-09-2012, 08:12 PM   #32
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Gotta give major props to this coaching staff. They had this team prepared to play. Kyle Shanahan has had a lot of heat on him but he did a GREAT job with the play calls and the design. We truly have some what of an identity now. Yeah we had a punt blocked but shit happens. We just won a road game against a playoff team w/ a rookie QB and RB. Really no reason for anyone to complain.
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Old 09-09-2012, 08:14 PM   #33
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If there was one player that is not improving is - Fred Davis. It's still early but I've seen him drop a critical pass and miss at least a few blocks. Can't have that kind of effort from a player that has high expectations coming in. Still early though but yeah...
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Old 09-09-2012, 08:30 PM   #34
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Has anyone seen replays of that blocked punt? I think Sundberg breaking his arm on that play may have contribute to it.
From what I could tell from watching the recording I made as slowly as I can, Sundberg was occupied and his injury was not too much of a factor. Doughty could have picked up Wilson, the punt blocker, but blocked to his left instead. Likewise with Rob Jackson, who blocked to his right. It looked to me like either Doughty or Jackson missed an assignment.
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Old 09-09-2012, 08:30 PM   #35
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Loved that they used RG3's speed to open up the passing game, and not having him just take off and run.

Garcon's catch and run was fantastic. On the other hand, Morgan dropped a very catchable ball that was nearly intercepted. Got a field goal on that drive but should have had a TD

Since they're often compared...Aldrick Robinson is so far ahead of Brandon Banks as a WR it's laughable.

Loved the run defense and the 3rd down defense

Kyle...my main man

I wonder if Nick Sundberg has to miss time who would be our long snapper.
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Old 09-09-2012, 08:34 PM   #36
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I believe the red snapper is still available...
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Old 09-09-2012, 08:34 PM   #37
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From what I could tell from watching the recording I made as slowly as I can, Sundberg was occupied and his injury was not too much of a factor. Doughty could have picked up Wilson, the punt blocker, but blocked to his left instead. Likewise with Rob Jackson, who blocked to his right. It looked to me like either Doughty or Jackson missed an assignment.
On the replay, I saw a 50-something jersey as the person that missed the block. Couldn't tell who it was.
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On the replay, I saw a 50-something jersey as the person that missed the block. Couldn't tell who it was.
What I saw was 50 - Rob Jackson.
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I wonder if Nick Sundberg has to miss time who would be our long snapper.
Chris Cooley of course. Read this old article:

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and he can block.....
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So sad for Bernstine. I imagine the team will have to make a signing soon to prepare for later in the season.

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My initial thought, did that really just happen?

I'm still in a daze.
Agreed. Wow, I did not expect this at all. We actually put together a strong offensive game.
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Loved that they used RG3's speed to open up the passing game, and not having him just take off and run.

Garcon's catch and run was fantastic. On the other hand, Morgan dropped a very catchable ball that was nearly intercepted. Got a field goal on that drive but should have had a TD

Since they're often compared...Aldrick Robinson is so far ahead of Brandon Banks as a WR it's laughable.

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I wonder if Nick Sundberg has to miss time who would be our long snapper.
Aldrick Robinson looks nice... Really nice
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Keep winning games in the division...
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Aldrick Robinson looks nice... Really nice
He will be for us what Antonio Brown is to the Steelers, except from the slot.
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