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Old 10-01-2012, 12:13 PM   #211
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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.
Right now I think I trust him more than any other player or unit on the team. Going forward I think I'd like to see them shift towards letting him control the situations rather than simply controlling the situations for him. By my eyes he's ready.
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What plays would you have had them run?
Well in Madden they go for it on 4th down on our own 20 and throw deep balls to Garcon on 3 consecutive plays .
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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.
and we knew we get the ball coming out of halftime.
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Well in Madden they go for it on 4th down on our own 20 and throw deep balls to Garcon on 3 consecutive plays .
It wasnt fourth and twenty. It was first and ten with two minutes left in the half so not sure where you are coming from? SS they have certainly showed the ability to move the ball down field in a number of ways so take your pick. My point was that they were content to go into the half up 21 -6.
Saints game was another example yes. Moving the ball at will but during the two min drill at half instead of going for the throat. We clammed up and it cost us a td on the blocked punt. Jeez guys you know its ok to second guess some things the skins do - im not going to call you a bad fan. Really.
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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.
He isnt playing like a rookie. In the saints game our apprehensiveness cost us 7 the other wAy. I have seen nothing from rg3 that tells me he will fold under pressure and throw a pick six. If he does he does. Im never ever going to say " oh my god - they should have sat on that lead and not let rg3 throw because he was moving the ball at will! ". Ever.
Also matty dont get me wrong. I think they are doing a great job with rg3. Im just saying dont stop doing it when you get a lead. Lol
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It wasnt fourth and twenty. It was first and ten with two minutes left in the half so not sure where you are coming from? SS they have certainly showed the ability to move the ball down field in a number of ways so take your pick. My point was that they were content to go into the half up 21 -6.
Saints game was another example yes. Moving the ball at will but during the two min drill at half instead of going for the throat. We clammed up and it cost us a td on the blocked punt. Jeez guys you know its ok to second guess some things the skins do - im not going to call you a bad fan. Really.
I don't think they were content at all. Are you saying they should have gone deep or something?
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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.
Good for you bro. I've been pretty disappointed in the name-calling as of late, which almost uniformly seems to come from Shanny apologists.

Name-calling from mods though is extra lame...kinda reminiscent of ES if you ask me.
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Good for you bro. I've been pretty disappointed in the name-calling as of late, which almost uniformly seems to come from Shanny apologists.

Name-calling from mods though is extra lame...kinda reminiscent of ES if you ask me.
Agitated posting begets agitated posting. And some posts ARE just totally ***ing idiotic. Not saying I agree in this particular case (or not) but in general I think when bad ideas are brought up they should be pointed out.
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Old 10-01-2012, 12:54 PM   #220
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Play-calling was most definitely an issue in the 2nd half, and in combo with the secondary it allowed the Bucs back in the game. I don't remember a single deep pass in the 2nd half. Not that we're connecting on a lot, but the threat of it is worth the risk, and even if it's picked the field position on a deep pick isn't scary like a turnover near the LOS.

Bottom line is if we're going to have any chance of winning a few more games (looking at the schedule) this offense, and I'm referring to coaching/play-calling here, needs to put 4 quarters of football together. Since week 1 I think we've seen about two good quarters from the offense in each game.

Obviously the same goes for defense, but I don't wanna seem greedy
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I don't think they were content at all. Are you saying they should have gone deep or something?
They ran the ball twice i believe. They certainly looked content to me. I dont think deep was imperative. We had almost two minutes. Im sayin metriculate the ball down the field. There was an obvious difference between the two min drive at the half and the one at the end of the game rite?? There was urgency at the end and pressure beyond belief and rg3 went down and got points. If we had urgency at the end of half maybe the game would have been in the bag. Credskin you said we knew we were gettin the ball in the second half. So what though? Is it a crime to pour it on. Lol. We also knew our d was probably going to come back down to earth in the second half.
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Agitated posting begets agitated posting. And some posts ARE just totally ***ing idiotic. Not saying I agree in this particular case (or not) but in general I think when bad ideas are brought up they should be pointed out.
Its all opinion for the most part bro. So i dont think anything is an "idiotic idea". I mean if you are going to say grossman is better than rg3 than thats one thing. What we have on this board are people who believe the skins are on the rite track and people who think they may not be. However we all Hope they are and if it wasnt for some minor differences in opinion or thought this would be a terribly boring place to visit. So instead of people wAnting to twist words around and go to extremes maybe we can just listen - digest - and agree or disagree. I mean Bucket just because People want to see the skins try and get points everytime they have the ball with two mins left does not mean we play madden and want to throw three bombs. Lol
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Okay. Slowly emerging from the debbie downers to enjoy the victory. While I long for a game ending "Victory Formation". I don't think we will be seeing one of those for a bit and shouldn't have expected it.

We lost our best D player and someone who the D was intended to be built around. If he was still playing, I think we are 3-1 and this game was nearly as close. Who knows.

On offense, sorry. Anyone calling for MS or KS heads right now, are you seeing the point production I am? Sure, the D's we've been playing have not been the best in the league, but they aren't exactly pansies either. TBay was the number 1 rush defense (admittedly in part b/c their back end is as bad as ours) - we handled them. The offense is working and working well. We have had four games of 24 points or more. Let me say that again - FOUR GAMES OF 24 POINTS OR MORE. I cannot remember that happening. The number of hits on Griff was substantially reduced this week. The line, still a weak point, is (seemingly) playing better as the season goes on. The coaches are putting RGIII in a position produce points and possibly win the game, and he is doing more than we could have expected a rookie to do. Not as much as we maybe hoped, but more than we had a right to expect. He's both physically and mentally tougher than anyone gave him credit for at the beginning of the year. All those stories we drooled over about his character barely scratched the surface.

The D needs to tighten up. If it can, we can win more games than we lose. I don't know if it can, b/c I don't know if it has the personnel to play the type of pressure D MS/JH want it to do and I don't know if MS/JH know how to adjust for the loss of Orakpo and Carriker.

As others have said, we simply aren't good enough to blow teams out. Maybe by the back-end of the season, our O starts being the scary good it can be. Maybe, by the back end of the season, some of the young O-line can step up. I got nothing on D except prayers that JH has a come-to-Jesus moment and gets it turned around.

From this point on, except for the Cleveland game, I don't see us favored to beat anyone on the schedule (maybe the Panthers at home). I think we stealing a few that we should lose and maybe, just maybe, break .500 mark. All the NFC East teams are flawed and I don't think anyone in the Division is unbeatable.

It's early, we have a tough schedule and our D needs to get it's sh** together. We have a long ways to go, hopefully, it is exciting football all the way to the final Dallas game.

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As for those calling for Cooley - I'm just not seeing it, Paul makes a clutch catch, makes some good kick off returns and is, otherwise, a beast on ST. I haven't seen large portions of a couple of the games, has he had the dropsies? It seems to me he hasn't been targeted but that Keim and a couple other beat writers have said his blocking is more than adequate. Not sure what Cooley adds as a recieving threat or blocker that isn't better spent on Paul getting a full season under his belt at a new position.
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As for those calling for Cooley - I'm just not seeing it, Paul makes a clutch catch, makes some good kick off returns and is, otherwise, a beast on ST. I haven't seen large portions of a couple of the games, has he had the dropsies? It seems to me he hasn't been targeted but that Keim and a couple other beat writers have said his blocking is more than adequate. Not sure what Cooley adds as a recieving threat or blocker that isn't better spent on Paul getting a full season under his belt at a new position.
yes on the dropsies - and i believe he had a really dumb penalty at a somewhat crucial moment yesterday - i forget rite now.
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