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View Poll Results: Your MVP of the week goes to...
Griffin III 79 84.04%
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:25 AM   #196
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Yup, let me be clear I love this board. I think you and Matty both do a bang up job and if not for this board I probably have given up on the Skins awhile ago.

With that said I think you are putting lipstick on a pig.

Even you said a few days back you got tired of the Wizards and their management and basically gave up on them. Some of us on here today kind of feel the same about the Skins right now (though I am not giving up; I am more or less saying I am disappointed in the product).

I have made very valid points so be it and you have a right to your opinion so be that but when the day is done I bet 99% of this board is not happy at where the Skins are right now in year 3 of MS and company. I think if this ship was on course we should be 4-o or 3-1 at this point considering our schedule thus far.
I don't do anything for this board but post.

I don't see the pig you do. But some would say this means I must not be as big a fan.

Yeah I think we should be 3-1, but we're 2-2. And I think there are plenty of positives to take away from the 1st quarter of this season
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:25 AM   #197
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We are 2-2, miggets beat tampa hay! and people call tampa hay a young up & coming team we beat tampa and all we hear is there not that good. People have to remember what they said the week before self included.
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:26 AM   #198
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Also moving forward please don't say my ideas are ****ing idiotic. I never have or never would disrespect your opinions that way and would appreciated if you extended me the same respect.
Fair enough
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:28 AM   #199
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Before this all gets out of hand and ugly lets all remember one thing. I am not being overly pessimistic or optimistic here. Almost (minus the ravens with dilfer) every championship team is built around a qb We have one - just got him actually. He looks like he is ready to challenge to be one of the best of all time! I will agree whole heartedly with ss on something too - when we drafted him did u think it had nothing to do with his ability to run? He is smart. He takes hits but i did see him smartly run out of bounds yesterday and ive seen him throw the ball away when necessary this year. Every qb in the league takes hits but for When ur qb is a rookie and a great one at that they are going to be magnified. Especially when your franchise hasnt had a qb in twenty years! Rg3 will put this team on his back and will them to greater and greater things as his career progresses so regardless of ur thoughts on his coaches - take solace in that. Now where ever you are put down what you have in your hands or pull over and point ur fingers to the heavens and chant with me .....RG3 RG3 RG3!!!!!
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Really?

He's only on pace for 4,000 yards passing and 1,000 rushing.
I meant when they take their feet off the gas during the games Matty. For instance - two minutes left in the first half and we are running the ball instead of doing whAt we did during the two min drive at the end of the game. We have rg3. They should hAve gone for the throat at the end of the half.
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RGIII he won the game, he's on pace for a season with over 4000 passing yards and 1000 rushing yards. The trade was worth every pick.
Morris
Trent Williams
Kerrigan
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Morgan
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Cundiff
Secondary
Garçon dumb penalty
Looking at Haslett on the sidelines
I was one of the few that was against it. It was a lot to give up and not having two number 1's is going to really hurt. But I'm starting to believe that perhaps it was worth it. It still needs to play itself out though. RG3 does things that simply don't show up it the stat sheet, and the stuff that does show up in the stat sheet is impressive.
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:34 AM   #202
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I meant when they take their feet off the gas during the games Matty. For instance - two minutes left in the first half and we are running the ball instead of doing whAt we did during the two min drive at the end of the game. We have rg3. They should hAve gone for the throat at the end of the half.
I agree. I still think Kyle has the hand cuffs on a little bit.
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:36 AM   #203
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Fair enough
No worries we all get caught up in the moment from time to time.


In the end like you said we are 2-2; really this whole conversation should be tabled until the end of the season; when we have a full 3 year sample of MS and company.

At this point really I just be over whelmed with excitement if they can Jim H. and replace him with Miss Piggy (pig with lipstick). Certainly she could do a better job then him.
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:39 AM   #204
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I don't think there are any handcuffs on RG3. I have seen more different types of plays by this Redskins team than I have in 20 years. Spread Option, Triple Option, Spread runs, Play Action, Bootlegs, QB sneaks, someone tell me where the handcuffs are and what we are not seeing that they are holding back on. Heck, even the pitch, latteral, deep ball happened yesterday.
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I don't think there are any handcuffs on RG3. I have seen more different types of plays by this Redskins team than I have in 20 years. Spread Option, Triple Option, Spread runs, Play Action, Bootlegs, QB sneaks, someone tell me where the handcuffs are and what we are not seeing that they are holding back on. Heck, even the pitch, latteral, deep ball happened yesterday.
I gave you an example. Up 21 -6 with two minutes left at the end of the first half - we put the handcuffs on. We have to remember that our d is not on par with our o and go for the throat there.
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Onto the poll, I honestly don't know how to choose between the 3 selections.

RGIII stands alone(on the Skins) in his ability to sprint for touchdowns, read the defense and get the job done at the closing bell. Does anyone else have the feeling that the lack of chaos (read replacement refs) at the end of the games would have made a huge difference in our last few games? How you don't choose him for MVP of the week I just don't know. BUT

Alfred Morris put up 100+ against a defense that had limited DeMarco Murray, the Giants and Cam Newton/Panthers combined to less than 100. He had a Riggo type run to the endzone from the 39 yd line, and d*** if every time he is pushing that pile you don't think he's gonna get one ... more ..... yard. SO I guess he ought to get it, EXCEPT,

RK really is making the other offenses account for him, and our d needs that.


Who am i kidding LOL

RG3
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Onto the poll, I honestly don't know how to choose between the 3 selections.

RGIII stands alone(on the Skins) in his ability to sprint for touchdowns, read the defense and get the job done at the closing bell. Does anyone else have the feeling that the lack of chaos (read replacement refs) at the end of the games would have made a huge difference in our last few games? How you don't choose him for MVP of the week I just don't know. BUT

Alfred Morris put up 100+ against a defense that had limited DeMarco Murray, the Giants and Cam Newton/Panthers combined to less than 100. He had a Riggo type run to the endzone from the 39 yd line, and d*** if every time he is pushing that pile you don't think he's gonna get one ... more ..... yard. SO I guess he ought to get it, EXCEPT,

RK really is making the other offenses account for him, and our d needs that.


Who am i kidding LOL

RG3
What about Cundiff kicking the game winner! Who cares if he misses 37 of them - he was obviously keeping it close so he could win the game and win the poll.
Of course RG3.
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:59 AM   #208
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I gave you an example. Up 21 -6 with two minutes left at the end of the first half - we put the handcuffs on. We have to remember that our d is not on par with our o and go for the throat there.
What plays would you have had them run?
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I meant when they take their feet off the gas during the games Matty. For instance - two minutes left in the first half and we are running the ball instead of doing whAt we did during the two min drive at the end of the game. We have rg3. They should hAve gone for the throat at the end of the half.
Well you do have to balance the fact that he is a rookie and in that spot up 21-6 the last thing you want is a huge swing in momentum with a pick 6 or something. Overall they've done a great job with him.
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Remember the blocked put in the aint's game, that swung momentum.
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