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Old 09-10-2012, 12:40 AM   #106
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I knew the skins would win, but the RGIII performance was much, much better than what I expected. I still say a 10-6 record and in the playoffs.
Wow really? Are you a betting man? We always play saints well in recent history but i cannot say that i knew we would win. I was mildly shocked actually. I will agree about rg3. Knew he would bd better than sexy rexy but i an still awe struck by some of those throws across his body that i saw. My God!
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:41 AM   #107
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One other thing I forgot to mention. The radio broadcast is so much more enjoyable without Huff in the booth
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One other thing I forgot to mention. The radio broadcast is so much more enjoyable without Huff in the booth
I live in new jersey so i never really hear redskin radio but for some reason i believe this.
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One other thing I forgot to mention. The radio broadcast is so much more enjoyable without Huff in the booth
Color me unsurprised.


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I live in new jersey so i never really hear redskin radio but for some reason i believe this.
You can always hear Redskins radio via the internet.
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You can always hear Redskins radio via the internet.
Yeah i know but i have to go to the bar to watch the games cus i cant get direct tv where i live. Thanks though. I did listen to a little pre season.
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Yeah i know but i have to go to the bar to watch the games cus i cant get direct tv where i live. Thanks though. I did listen to a little pre season.
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Wow really? Are you a betting man? We always play saints well in recent history but i cannot say that i knew we would win. I was mildly shocked actually. I will agree about rg3. Knew he would bd better than sexy rexy but i an still awe struck by some of those throws across his body that i saw. My God!
This is what I've been saying is:

QB position is better than Grossman or Beck
OL is healthy and we've got depth after last years injuries and suspension
RB are young, fast and pretty good
WR is like night and day, new additions, Garcon, Morgan, Robinson, (still haven't seen Hankerson). Better than last year and many previous years.
TE same

DL Jarvis Jenkins is back, Cofield and Bowen have a year in the system
LB young, aggressive and very solid
DB/S also improved over last year although still a weakspot and thin on the backup spots due to injury.
ST same as last year, maybe better despite the blocked punt.

I've been saying this team is under rated, they lost many close games last year with Grossman and Beck, injuries and suspensions.

They'll be in the playoffs.
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Yeah i know but i have to go to the bar to watch the games cus i cant get direct tv where i live. Thanks though. I did listen to a little pre season.
Do what I did, fork out the $250 to get it on your ipad, laptop or mobile phone. If you don't have a line of sight and want the convenience of watching at home or a cafe then go this route.

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Can you than hook laptop up to tv with hd cable. Im thinking no on that
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Can you than hook laptop up to tv with hd cable. Im thinking no on that
You can on the iPad/iPhone if you buy the HDMI adapter, I would assume that if you have a fairly new laptop that you could.
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You can on the iPad if you buy the HDMI adapter, I would assume that if you have a fairly new laptop that you could.
Every laptop I've bought since 2008 as well as everyone that my friends and family have bought since that time has an HDMI slot. The problem is that a lot of TV's have the potential to slow down the frame rate and make the video choppy.

For example on my new TV that has a 2gb Nvidia GeForce graphics card my frame rate is capped at 30fps when I play games and videos seem slower as well.
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Every laptop I've bought since 2008 as well as everyone that my friends and family have bought since that time has an HDMI slot. The problem is that a lot of TV's have the potential to slow down the frame rate and make the video choppy.

For example on my new TV that has a 2gb Nvidia GeForce graphics card my frame rate is capped at 30fps when I play games and videos seem slower as well.
All I know is that if you are a desperate/addict fan like myself, I would even watch on my iphone like I did last year.
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Old 09-10-2012, 07:29 AM   #118
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Great game by the entire team. For the first time in a long time the Skins looked and played like an NFL team.
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This is what I've been saying is:

QB position is better than Grossman or Beck
OL is healthy and we've got depth after last years injuries and suspension
RB are young, fast and pretty good
WR is like night and day, new additions, Garcon, Morgan, Robinson, (still haven't seen Hankerson). Better than last year and many previous years.
TE same

DL Jarvis Jenkins is back, Cofield and Bowen have a year in the system
LB young, aggressive and very solid
DB/S also improved over last year although still a weakspot and thin on the backup spots due to injury.
ST same as last year, maybe better despite the blocked punt.

I've been saying this team is under rated, they lost many close games last year with Grossman and Beck, injuries and suspensions.

They'll be in the playoffs.
The Saints blitz more than any other team and RG3 was 8-9 against the blitz. That's how a good QB can help the O-line. Bad QBs who can't punish the blitz, like the ones we've had for years, invite more blitzing and make the O- line look worse than they actually are.
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We went into New Orleans and made the Saints our bitches. Take away a missed blocking assignment on a punt and the game wasn't even close.

Someone pinch me.
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