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Old 10-01-2012, 02:09 PM   #241
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The paul moment is around page 17 in the gameday thread.
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Old 10-01-2012, 02:24 PM   #242
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Re: Redskins vs Bucs Post Game Reaction

I think it's time to put Cooley in the rear view.

I loved him as a player here but we've moved on.

Paul is still young and adjusting to a new position. He's got potential.
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Old 10-01-2012, 02:27 PM   #243
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I think at the end of the first half it was more about lack of execution than anything else. I also think the Tampa D at the end of the game was giving up a lot more underneath because they didn't fear a long Cundiff attempt.

And I know, I know I'm a Kyle apologist, a kool aid drinker, etc...but I'm not sure I'll ever understand why fans spent so long saying Mike and Kyle are too stubborn, too unwilling to play to their player's talents. That the offense does nothing. But when the offense does something and we do play to our player's talents they get grief for that too. I mean what do you want exactly?
I am not a Kyle apologist but I for one think that Mike and Kyle are doing a great job of flexibly bringing Gryphon along and playing to his strengths. I really like our new offense.
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Old 10-01-2012, 02:28 PM   #244
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I think it's time to put Cooley in the rear view.

I loved him as a player here but we've moved on.

Paul is still young and adjusting to a new position. He's got potential.
I agree; can't see much upside to bringing Cooley back.
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Old 10-01-2012, 02:52 PM   #245
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I don't know about the dropsies. According to the stats, he has been targeted 5 times and caught 4. The one incomplete pass was on 2nd and 11 in the 2nd Q of yesterday's game. I didn't see it so I don't know if it was a catchable ball. It was two plays before the missed 41 yard field goal.

I DID see his clutch catch for 30 yards, with a defender on him and the ball high.

Don't know about the penalty. Would Cooley have been targeted more? Been a better blocker? Certainly, he wasn't gonna be playing on special teams. I just don't see it.
People need to be fair about the drop though. Paul had to go up and got the ball with full extension, and as he was bringing it in, a DB smacked him pretty hard in the hands dislodging the ball. It wasnt like it hit him in his chest with no one near him. He probably should have caught it, but to make it out to be an easy catch as some are doing is far from the truth.
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Old 10-01-2012, 02:59 PM   #246
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lol ... Yup. I think you hit the nail on the head.
It's mostly because Punch it in just posts a bunch of random comments he read somewhere on the internet. Most of it makes no sense, and a lot can be wrapped up in one post, but if someone doesn't teach him the multi-qoute option soon. I might blow my head off..

I read 24 pages of the post game thread, and at least 4 pages total is his posting of ramble jibber jabber.

Nothing personal, but there has to be a restriction. lol
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Old 10-01-2012, 03:03 PM   #247
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Re: Redskins vs Bucs Post Game Reaction

I think punch has been a pretty decent addition here
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Old 10-01-2012, 03:10 PM   #248
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Just a cool little tidbit...

Redskins are on pace for 60 touchdowns this year. That's 32 more touchdowns the last year.

Our best was 44 in 2005 in the past decade. I believe that was the year we made the playoffs?

1983 we score 63 touchdowns! Before I was even born. Holy moly.

Also, I hear a lot about the defense, but one good thing about the defense is we get turnovers. I mean, if you can't stop them.. Then atleast get the ball back
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Old 10-01-2012, 03:13 PM   #249
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Maybe I just cant find it in the previous pages, but on one of griffins runs where he came up short of the first down on 3rd and short and mccoy wraped him up, he went down backwards really awkward with his knee planted. My heart went in my stomach on that play we got lucky he didnt cause serious damage, those are the things we need to try and avoid with him. Did anyone else see this??
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Old 10-01-2012, 03:13 PM   #250
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I think punch has been a pretty decent addition here
i agree, he's been an animal w his post count but it's not like he's posting just to post, he's got good insight.
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I don't know about the dropsies. According to the stats, he has been targeted 5 times and caught 4. The one incomplete pass was on 2nd and 11 in the 2nd Q of yesterday's game. I didn't see it so I don't know if it was a catchable ball. It was two plays before the missed 41 yard field goal.

I DID see his clutch catch for 30 yards, with a defender on him and the ball high.

Don't know about the penalty. Would Cooley have been targeted more? Been a better blocker? Certainly, he wasn't gonna be playing on special teams. I just don't see it.
Niles Paul dropped a ball that hit him right in his mitts.
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I think it's time to put Cooley in the rear view.

I loved him as a player here but we've moved on.

Paul is still young and adjusting to a new position. He's got potential.

Paul will become one of RG3's favorite targets by years end imo.
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Old 10-01-2012, 03:15 PM   #253
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Niles Paul dropped a ball that hit him right in his mitts.
He did but i'm still a fan of his potential and speed! Dudes got talent
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Old 10-01-2012, 03:16 PM   #254
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It's mostly because Punch it in just posts a bunch of random comments he read somewhere on the internet. Most of it makes no sense, and a lot can be wrapped up in one post, but if someone doesn't teach him the multi-qoute option soon. I might blow my head off..

I read 24 pages of the post game thread, and at least 4 pages total is his posting of ramble jibber jabber.

Nothing personal, but there has to be a restriction. lol
I dont read anything off the internet and I dont play Madden. If you got a problem with me or my posts you can inbox me - if you werent so juvenille you would tell me how to use the multi-quote option instead of getting your panties in a bunch for everyone to see.

Since I still can't multi-quote - thanks SS.
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Maybe I just cant find it in the previous pages, but on one of griffins runs where he came up short of the first down on 3rd and short and mccoy wraped him up, he went down backwards really awkward with his knee planted. My heart went in my stomach on that play we got lucky he didnt cause serious damage, those are the things we need to try and avoid with him. Did anyone else see this??
I remember the play but I didn't notice the position of his leg on that play. I did have concern about his legs on the play when he was sacked on the one yard line. He knew he had to stand there and not move backwards or he would have taken a safety. On that play I remember bucs hitting him high and low and I had the same feeling that you are talking about. I kind of hold my breath every time he gets hit but especially on the "almost" safety play
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