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Old 09-24-2012, 11:39 AM   #421
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THIS! See you all Thursday when the panic subsides.
Will all the....crybabies and...Dooms-dayers be done by then as well?
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Old 09-24-2012, 11:42 AM   #422
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I hate coming here the day after a loss. Sorry, the sky is not falling. We are who everyone thought we are. A deeply flawed team with spots of talent. We have lost our best defensive playmaker. Our line, like many others in the league, has suspect talent and our D-backfield has major issues. Our major free agent pick up has been inactive due to a freak foot injury.

RGIII gets hit. A lot. He's incredibly tough and is not whining like a bitch - like a certain QB in Philly did last year. He's going to be bruised, but it's clear he is not made of tissue paper either. He will be fine. Sore, but fine.

The refs suck and make it hard - and dangerous - for everybody. Boycott all NFL products, gear, etc. until the refs are back. Watch the games, go to the stadiums, but buy NOTHING extra. Talk to them in money folks - then the owners will listen.

MS and KS are here for 2 more years after this season. Deal.

While the records aren't better, I still believe the team is better run than in the Snyderatto days. It's year 3, however, and being better run needs to translate into wins.

We were down by 17, then 14 and, yet, is there anyone here who, in their heart of hearts, didn't think "RGIII might just pull this out yet!!" As we reached the 20 with less than a minute to go? We may have lost the last two, but dammit - we had a playmaker at the QB position who will - soon enough - pull games like this out of his ass.

Losing sucks. But so does the rip, shred, burn it down attitude of this board the next day and the Debbie Downer's coming in here and saying "I told you so" as if rejoicing in their correct predictions of our failure.

Rant over.
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Old 09-24-2012, 11:45 AM   #423
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Will all the....crybabies and...Dooms-dayers be done by then as well?
I am very optimistic about rg3 but there are some glaring problems here. We are in the midst of what might appaear to be our third five win season in a row. This on the heels of 15 years of - well- crap. So just out of curiosity - at what point is it acceptable in your mind to take our super fan capes off and become upset with the product we are putting on the field?
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Old 09-24-2012, 12:04 PM   #424
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I am very optimistic about rg3 but there are some glaring problems here. We are in the midst of what might appaear to be our third five win season in a row. This on the heels of 15 years of - well- crap. So just out of curiosity - at what point is it acceptable in your mind to take our super fan capes off and become upset with the product we are putting on the field?
It might be our 3rd 5 win season in a row (though I still doubt it), but this year was going to be a tough one by any stretch of the imagination, simply due to the nature of the schedules. We know division games are tough, We know AFC North games tend to draw bruises and blood like the old black and blue division of yesteryear, and NFC South as well is a top notch division across the board.

Again, everything sounds like an excuse the day after a loss, but this schedule was known and commented on long before the season even started.
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Old 09-24-2012, 12:04 PM   #425
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I am very optimistic about rg3 but there are some glaring problems here. We are in the midst of what might appaear to be our third five win season in a row. This on the heels of 15 years of - well- crap. So just out of curiosity - at what point is it acceptable in your mind to take our super fan capes off and become upset with the product we are putting on the field?
You know what? You may be right. We may win just 5. At the same time, who the f*** knows? You want to believe that. Fine. Bitching here won't fix them. I choose to believe that the offense will score enough to win more than 5 games.

Upset with the product? I get f'ing upset every f'ing time we lose. I bleed burgundy and gold when they lose. I used to come here looking for solace and someone to give me reason to believe that there was some good sh**.

Does our backend defense suck? Yup. Do Polumbus and Black suck? Yup? Of course there are glaring problems. Does it take a rocket scientist to figure them out? No. Are KS and MS going anywhere anytime soon? No.

Does any of that brilliant and depth analysis, half of it down with an "I told you so" attitude, give me any reason to feel better? No.

I'm not drinking kool-aid - I see the flaws. I just have enough in life to bring me down - tell me a reason to have hope.

I come here to cheer the Skins. Suckage or not.
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Old 09-24-2012, 12:07 PM   #426
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Why is it every year Skins fans are told ahead of time that the team won't be a playoff caliber team and then when the season starts and we lose a couple its a surprise, 'fix this, fix that' situation because to them we're supposed to have the 72 Dolphins team.
No the question is .....why every year are we told were not a playoff team??? Lol. Than these in- fights start. Field a damn winning team more than three times in 20 years and this wont be an issue. Im a fan. A customer if you will. Im allowed to be upset if my product fails. Upset at the individuals whose job it is to fix it. I mean in the question you pose you are implying that it is acceptable to be told every year this is not the yeAr. Efff that!
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Will all the....crybabies and...Dooms-dayers be done by then as well?
Nah, but the focus will shift to next Sunday's game and away from yesterday. Damn you for drawing me back in before Thursday!
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You know what? You may be right. We may win just 5. At the same time, who the f*** knows? You want to believe that. Fine. Bitching here won't fix them. I choose to believe that the offense will score enough to win more than 5 games.

Upset with the product? I get f'ing upset every f'ing time we lose. I bleed burgundy and gold when they lose. I used to come here looking for solace and someone to give me reason to believe that there was some good sh**.

Does our backend defense suck? Yup. Do Polumbus and Black suck? Yup? Of course there are glaring problems. Does it take a rocket scientist to figure them out? No. Are KS and MS going anywhere anytime soon? No.

Does any of that brilliant and depth analysis, half of it down with an "I told you so" attitude, give me any reason to feel better? No.

I'm not drinking kool-aid - I see the flaws. I just have enough in life to bring me down - tell me a reason to have hope.

I come here to cheer the Skins. Suckage or not.
Fair enough. Im not an i told u so fan. I dont need to hear that crap either. We all want to win. I will root for the skins whether we ever win another game or not. However just as the people that ONLY want to bitch piss me off so do the ones who say " thank you sir may i have another". Lol. I understand that moaning isnt going to change things but it is good to vent and sometimes maybe an " i hear u - we looked god awful and we need to change things AGAIN" would be better than acting like it is the "doom - sayers" fault we lost and directing your anger at them instead of the organization.
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Old 09-24-2012, 12:23 PM   #429
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it takes time, we're getting there people and we're getting in the right direction, if you pull the plug on the experiment now we go back to square 1.
I am not looking to pull any plugs. ( well maybe hasletts) and i understand that this current regime is cleaning up a huuuuuge mess. Im just asking the question - how long does shanallen have in your minds before you expect to be told "ok folks this year we have a shot at the playoffs?"
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Old 09-24-2012, 12:25 PM   #430
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It's doom and gloom because the team is unnecessarily exposing their future on a gimmick offense that has absolutely no chance for continued success. It's not building towards anything, there's nowhere to go with it. It's worse than play action because it takes too long, it's worse than rolling out because the Qb has to focus on 3 different things while also avoiding the inevitable pounding he will surely receive. Spreading the field is fine, but do it with receivers, formations, and well designed playcalls. Teach the kid something constructive.


There is nothing to setup with it but more option plays and misdirection. The defense could care less about misdirection if they can get a free shot at the Qb. Let em have 10 yards, we'll take out their Qb. It's a 1 time gimmick that only works because no one would expect such foolishness with your star player. Tebow is different, he is expendable plus he is freaking huge to take some punishment. Newton can run the read, but even he gets slammed. He is way bigger than Griffin, and that is already getting old for Carolina.

I can all but guarantee every team in the league will take notice of this, and will be laughing their a$$es off behind closed doors. The Buccaneers will be taking head shots if they try that crap next week. Now he is going to get hit even when he doesn't have the freaking ball. Can we expect the Swinging Gate with Griffin next?

They are supposed to be teaching him how to be an NFL quarterback. Yes, they can use his natural abilities, but his safety is paramount. It should be building blocks, one step leading to another. This is a gimmick and a desperation ploy because the offensive line is a joke, and Kyle has no excuses now for ineptitude. They might have drawn it up at halftime on the chalkboard because they had no answers. They clearly didn't practice it sufficiently because it looked so haphazard.

Why do you think Coughlin was so upset about the kneel down? Because he knows he has to keep his Qb healthy. It's coaching 101.
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Anyone who ripped Morgan last week for losing his cool and costing the Redskins, but is okay with Kyle Shanahan doing this really needs to take a long look in the mirror.
I mean, it was obvious last week Mike lost his cool, and Morgan along with a few other players followed suit. Morgan had lost it at the top of the 4th qtr.
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One of the better posts I've read here in a long time.
Obviously you didnt read my F U Haslett! Post from yesterday. Lol
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Agreed by the way. That post is good. Scary too. True though and really depressing about what we are doing.
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with this team, its always 2 or 3 years away. Here we are, 3 years after Shanahan, and we, again, are two years away, because what? Because we have a flippin stud of a quarterback that happens to be a rookie,so that gives them a pass for the next two years to lean on for being absolutely putrid on defense, and absolutely mediocre in every other aspect of the game that does not include RG3's brilliance? I'm just sick and tired of the excuses. The Lions went 0-16, 2-14, then two years later, they are in the playoffs. 49ers go 5-11, then the next year they are 13-3, and the next they are considered to be the best team in the league.

Point is, teams turn it around in a much shorter span than we do. Dolphins go 1-15. Next year they are 11-5 and win the division over the patriots. Saints go 3-13, next year they are 11-5 and win their division. Bengals go 4-12, and then win the division the next year over the AFC championship team Ravens with an 11-5 record. Falcons go from 4-12 to 11-5 in one season. When is it going to be that we just field a team that goes out, and plays the other team, and WINS? Its a football game. Every other team has mediocre talent, but the coaches overcome that, do their job, and find ways to compete. But with us, we always have to temper our expectations. Our situation is always SO much worse than any other of the 32 squads, that we need to chill out and remember, its gonna take 4 years to undo the damage. Its borderline ridiculous, and the fans of the Redskins deserve way better leadership than what has been presented the last 20 years.

Oh well, I guess there is always next year. Oh wait, next year and the year after that is a rebuilding year. I guess there is always 4 years from now. I'll have my fingers crossed.

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The game was over before kyle ever lost his cool. That being said i bet he doesnt do it again. Only the redskins go from first down at the 20 with 20 seconds left to third down and 45 with 7 seconds left and run one play. That is the real travesty here.
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