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Old 09-16-2012, 08:20 PM   #31
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While not totally thrilled with our Defensive effort and how we handled the secondary or our Special Teams on punting, I am still psyched we FINALLY have a QB.
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Old 09-16-2012, 08:22 PM   #32
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Morgan's not going to be cut nor should he be. Benched though, yeah, probably. The guy made a bonehead play. Did you see Hall out there? I'm surprised he didn't get a personal foul call. He was trying to swing on everyone.
Seemed like Hall was just stepping up for his guys and defending them. Anytime the Rams were acting like punks he said something. We could call it immature, but i'm sure the guys in the locker room appreciate him for it.
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While not totally thrilled with our Defensive effort and how we handled the secondary or our Special Teams on punting, I am still psyched we FINALLY have a QB.
I can finally say that the number of picks gave up for RGIII was worth it, he will be the next Sammy Baugh.
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Old 09-16-2012, 08:26 PM   #35
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LOL!

The funny thing about this thread is it is the exact knee-jerk reaction I had immediately following when he threw the ball. I'm sure Orakpo (watching his expression was priceless) and Shanny thought the same. I'm sure he'll be allowed on the plane and calmer heads will prevail.
We thought this year would be different so we are taking out our frustration on Morgan.....why next thing you know people will be calling for the Skins to replace him with Terrell Owens or Chad Johnson...... And first person that mentions it.....
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Old 09-16-2012, 08:29 PM   #36
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Releasing Morgan now creates a net cap loss of around $2 million.
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Seemed like Hall was just stepping up for his guys and defending them. Anytime the Rams were acting like punks he said something. We could call it immature, but i'm sure the guys in the locker room appreciate him for it.
What was up their collective asses anyway? EVERY SINGLE PLAY the Rams would start talking shit. It only took 10 kickoffs before the refs decided to step in between the Rams coming to talk shit to Banks.

I mean at one point on a touch-back you could see them OBVIOUSLY coming to try and bait him.
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i'm done with the Redskins. What a f0cking idiot! He's not on the team in the morning...
I'm not gonna lie, I think you're not done with the Redskins and you probably would've been better served off if you kept that to yourself. Now people are going to be questioning your fandom even in the best of times.
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I don't want to absolve Morgan for his egregious mistake but....

The refs allowed this game to get out of hand. The rams to their credit came out physical to the point of over doing it. We kept our emotions as a team in check for a bit after multiple examples of over zealous chippiness it clearly started affecting us. Morgan's reaction wasn't just to a clear provocation but to a game of provocation.

Finnegan is the type of player the league needs to rid itself of but does oohing to do so. In fact he gets rewarded for his mouthiness over and over. pathetic.
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Old 09-16-2012, 08:36 PM   #40
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Dumb thread. It's easy for us to be arm chair GMs and yell "cut this guy" and I'm not taking up for Josh Morgan at all, but I lost my cool several times during this game. Can you imagine actually playing in this game, knowing how dirty the Rams played and how these scab officials just let it go? Let Morgan redeem himself next week. The tied is turning guys, keep your heads.
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What was up their collective asses anyway? EVERY SINGLE PLAY the Rams would start talking shit. It only took 10 kickoffs before the refs decided to step in between the Rams coming to talk shit to Banks.

I mean at one point on a touch-back you could see them OBVIOUSLY coming to try and bait him.
I think that was part of Fisher's plan....I wondered why he would want the Rams to sign Finnegan the troublemaker and headache.....seems like it paid off...
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I don't want to absolve Morgan for his egregious mistake but....

The refs allowed this game to get out of hand. The rams to their credit came out physical to the point of over doing it. We kept our emotions as a team in check for a bit after multiple examples of over zealous chippiness it clearly started affecting us. Morgan's reaction wasn't just to a clear provocation but to a game of provocation.

Finnegan is the type of player the league needs to rid itself of but does oohing to do so. In fact he gets rewarded for his mouthiness over and over. pathetic.

Agreed. I mean in the end, we gave up 31 to the Rams, so that's on us, but while there were some non-calls for us, I thought there should have been at least a dozen called on them for pushing/punching/forearms to throats after the play was over.
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Not only that, there's a huge difference in being physical and being a ****ing prick. The Rams players were acting like the latter.

I mean if people want to watch physical, watch London Fletcher. He's passionate, but he's not cheap-shotting people after a play is over.
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Yup. Ugly all the way around. I mean it actually blew my mind how the Rams players were acting and I lost a little bit of respect for Fisher letting that happen.
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What was up their collective asses anyway? EVERY SINGLE PLAY the Rams would start talking shit. It only took 10 kickoffs before the refs decided to step in between the Rams coming to talk shit to Banks.

I mean at one point on a touch-back you could see them OBVIOUSLY coming to try and bait him.
I place most of, if not all of the blame on the refs. I'd say that most games have the potential to turn into what today's game turned into, but USUALLY the refs step in and throw a flag early on to calm stuff down. The refs just let the players run all over them for way too long.

The Rams seemed to be thriving in the punk-ass, immature environment in which the game was played, while we were agitated/annoyed/flustered. We could have either shut them up with our play or the refs could have shut them up, neither of which happened.

These refs just seem very intimidated and easily influenced by the players and coaches. They're so unsure of themselves and scared to make controversial, necessary calls.
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