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Old 09-11-2012, 06:29 PM   #46
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My very 1st post on the forum

IMO the form of Bradford for the Rams will determine the tempo at which they play. He had a good rookie year but then tailed of last and in Week 1 he looked half decent again.

OT: I am planning to come over from England to watch the 'skins against Baltimore at FedEx and need some help However i need more posts to open a thread....

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Old 09-11-2012, 08:21 PM   #47
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Like I tell my soccer players, the teams you SHOULD beat worry me more than the ones that present a challenge. We cannot take this team for granted. They have been able to rattle us the last few years.
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Old 09-11-2012, 09:27 PM   #48
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Like I tell my soccer players, the teams you SHOULD beat worry me more than the ones that present a challenge. We cannot take this team for granted. They have been able to rattle us the last few years.
Word. This time around though I spect to see us come out swinging. Many of our guys were there last year and will remember. Our QB is a natural born leader and winner. And...you know Mike will say all this to the guys better than I just did.
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My very 1st post on the forum

IMO the form of Bradford for the Rams will determine the tempo at which they play. He had a good rookie year but then tailed of last and in Week 1 he looked half decent again.

OT: I am planning to come over from England to watch the 'skins against Baltimore at FedEx and need some help However i need more posts to open a thread....

HTTR!
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Old 09-12-2012, 03:44 AM   #50
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There's something different about this Redskins team as opposed to those other Redskins teams of the past three or four seasons. It's not that we have a young franchise quarterback. We now have better personnel all over both sides of the ball. The defense remains practically unchanged with the exception of a few veteran additions at key positions, but the offense is one to be reckoned with. I know it's just right after week 1, but the Redskins are ranked 1st in total offense in the NFL. To me, that's a ominous sign of more great things to come. And to think, this offense is capable of pointing up points now. I'd rather forget about the Redskins-Rams games of the recent past. Those Redskins teams are not as good as this 2012 one. These 2012 Redskins are already showing signs of the 1999 Redskins. The only difference is the 1999 Redskins had a very poor defense and the 2012 Redskins have a much superior defense.
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Old 09-14-2012, 09:30 AM   #51
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Old 09-14-2012, 10:12 AM   #52
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On offense, the Rams have a good QB and RB. There receiver situation reminds me of ours the last couple years - i.e. not good. Not a lot of YAC in this group. This is not a team that can win a shoot out, or, for that matter, is capable scoring tons of points. Scoring 20 points is a real chore for this offense. Much like it has been for ours in the past.

On defense, I admit I don't know much about them. Watched them on replay and absolutely nothing stood out to me. Finnegan is a name but I have never been impressed with him as anything more than an good not great CB - akin to Wilson, but not as good. It appears to me, the defense is better than their offense but doesn't have the speed to keep up with our skill players. They have a solid LB in Laurentitus (sp?) but also start McIntosh. Their DL seems to be their strength but even that is not overwhelming.

They appear to be playing more soundly under Fisher but I just don't see the talent or, more importantly, the speed. They will try, and won't quit - but, unlike years past, I just don't think they match up with us.
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Old 09-14-2012, 10:23 AM   #53
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James Laurinaitis has killed us in the past. He single-handedly beat us one year.

I don't think Rocky McIntosh's revenge game will affect us much though.
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Here is my observation from what the Lions tried to do. First the Lions only ran it 18 times, but Stafford had 48 pass attempts. That's 66 actual plays that counted not including penalties. That's 27% runs called and 73% passes. Way out of balance to me. Stafford also advertised some throws where those picks occured.

The Redskins on the other hand attempted 26 passes and ran it 43 times. Yes they were in the lead the whole game, but the point is the balance that had. Actually a 62% run verses 38% pass ratio is kind of 1960ish. Anyway the Skins are committed to running the ball more than the Lions and I figure that will wear on the Rams. Plus as others have mentioned, the Rams are not an offensively explosive team unless Jackson breaks one. If the Skins can put up 20-25 points again, I don't thing the Rams can match them.
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James Laurinaitis has killed us in the past. He single-handedly beat us one year.

I don't think Rocky McIntosh's revenge game will affect us much though.
rocky wants to be the hawk to james' animal

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rocky wants to be the hawk to james' animal

That video is lame. Same footage shown over and over again.
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Old 09-14-2012, 02:21 PM   #57
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didn't even watch it, couldn't find one that just had the "aaaaaaaaaaaaaoooooohhhhhhhhhh what a rush". that's all i needed
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James Laurinaitis has killed us in the past. He single-handedly beat us one year.

I don't think Rocky McIntosh's revenge game will affect us much though.

rocky's greatest contribution will be the redskins' playbook that he gives to the rams' staff
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Old 09-14-2012, 03:28 PM   #59
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rocky's greatest contribution will be the redskins' playbook that he gives to the rams' staff
I don't think he ever received Haslett's playbook...he was still playing 4-3 the whole time he was here.
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I don't think he ever received Haslett's playbook...he was still playing 4-3 the whole time he was here.
He played here under Haslett, he was here just last season and started 8 games
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