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Old 09-30-2012, 10:57 PM   #76
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Good (RG3 is almost a lock to be in my good category every week)


Alfred Morris- Has improved each week; want to see him on 3rd downs and in the passing game

O-line- Blocked well in both the run and pass; Kory L had somewhat of a bad game but the line was solid

Kickoff/Punt Coverage and Punt Protection- No blocked punts, Solid kickoff and punt coverage.


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Cundiff- I'll give him a break on the 57 yarder but the 31 yarder is inexcusible, unprofessional, and near unforgivable. Not only does he miss but his shanks hit fans instead of in-between the uprights; and if it was a 42, or 43 yarder he would've missed. Can't go through the season w/ Billy "Goat" Cundiff

Secondary- This might stay on my bad until next year. There is some good though... We know what's our #1 priority in FA/Draft.

Bucs Fan Trolls- "Lynard Hankerson", and the rest of you clowns got on this site all last week and talk s%*t ... and you guys lost... classless
Guess they won't be coming back to visit anytime soon.
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Old 09-30-2012, 10:59 PM   #77
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Re: Redskins vs Bucs Post Game Reaction

Griffin is tied with Matt Ryan with a 69.4 percent completion rate. Only behind ARodgers in the NFL. That's pretty incredible.

Another interesting stat on the bad side:

The Skins are tied with the Bucs for worst 3rd eff. at 25.5% (oddly both of us successful on 13 of 51 attempts)
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Old 09-30-2012, 11:02 PM   #78
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Except the part where our 15 point lead evaporated, Hall covered pretty well.
The 15 point lead should have been a 21 point lead. The O looks good until they get a big lead. We're finally scoring TDs in the red zone. Next step is learning to play with the lead/closing teams out. I believe we're ahead of the curve and will be the team to beat in the NFC East in 2-3 years.
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Old 09-30-2012, 11:04 PM   #79
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The 15 point lead should have been a 21 point lead. The O looks good until they get a big lead. We're finally scoring TDs in the red zone. Next step is learning to play with the lead/closing teams out. I believe we're ahead of the curve and will be the team to beat in the NFC East in 2-3 years.
Oh my god now its three years. Wtf?? Lol At this point all i can say is that im still not sold on the coaches but i think rg3 might just give them all years of job security.
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Three years. Seven years. Same thing really.
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Three years. Seven years. Same thing really.
Haha. I went back to edit because i didnt want to be debbie downer on a win.
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Old 09-30-2012, 11:08 PM   #82
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Oh my god now its three years. Wtf?? Lol At this point all i can say is that im still not sold on the coaches but i think rg3 might just give them all years of job security.
Lets hope thats counting this year as year 1. I was looking to next year more or less. But that better not be 2-3 years after this one.
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The 15 point lead should have been a 21 point lead. The O looks good until they get a big lead. We're finally scoring TDs in the red zone. Next step is learning to play with the lead/closing teams out. I believe we're ahead of the curve and will be the team to beat in the NFC East in 2-3 years.
I think* our "problem" on offense is that we aren't terribly expansive in what we do week to week because we have a rookie cb. Now that QB is awesome and makes up for a lack of offensive diversity but defenses seems to be adjusting during games and boxing us in. This will change as the year goes on. Imagine what Bob is gonna be like in a few years when his command of this offense is second nature.
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Haha. I went back to edit because i didnt want to be debbie downer on a win.
A win is a win. We don't have to apologize for it. If there's something on my mind ill say it.
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We do not have enough speed and size at the Cb position. Wilson and Hall are not going to win many foot races with the WR's in the NFL they are tasked to cover. Then you add that Wilson is short and Hall is starting to get old. Hall is not the singular problem and he should not be singled out. In fact he did make a few good plays today.
The Safety position is a much bigger issue than the CB position, so blaming Hall is a bit misguided and uninformed as to what is really happening on the field.

Another area for improvement is our offense and RGIII need to incorporate the TE's more in the offense and passing game. You hear all the great QB's talk about the TE being their security blanket. Brady has Gronk and Brees has Graham....Matt Schaub who runs the same Shanahan system in Houston relies heavily on Owen Daniels. RGII is just now in the last two weeks starting to target Davis more. This trend needs to continue to grow and incorporate the other TE's. This will free up the coverage on the Wr's.
I have a feeling RGIII did not throw a ton to his Te's in college.?.?.?
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Im not going to say he was great every play, but you cant get better coverage on some of those than he had today. That one throw by Freeman was perfect, just barely out of reach of Halls outstretched arm, and TJax still had to reach for it himself. A perfect pass will not be stopped by Revis and Ed Reed in double coverage.

As for Range in coverage, 2 deep already has them deep and if they only see one receiver going deep to their side, its an easy read to get there. And since our pass coverage took 5-7 seconds for our rush, the secondary should have given up 400 yards through the air. You do know our defense has 11 players, not 4.
The word separation gets over-used. In the NFL, it's about finding single coverage and putting the ball where the receiver can make a play. D-Hall had good coverage, but receivers in single coverage should win most of the time if the ball is thrown well. Any corner would have been toast on that play.

Hankerson had a similar play but mis-timed his jump, barely got off the ground and looked ridiculous trying to make the catch. A lot of receivers would have at least made a better play on the ball. The good ones would have made the catch.
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A win is a win. We don't have to apologize for it. If there's something on my mind ill say it.
I hear ya man and love that. I did point out in my edit that im still not sold on the coaching staff. RG3 will by them years of job security and your rite wins are wins. If we get healthy and build our oline and secondary and morris turns into the great rb i think he can be we could be in the money. The coaches with the help of cundiff really almost blew it though. Thank you Bob!
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We do not have enough speed and size at the Cb position. Wilson and Hall are not going to win many foot races with the WR's in the NFL they are tasked to cover. Then you add that Wilson is short and Hall is starting to get old. Hall is not the singular problem and he should not be singled out. In fact he did make a few good plays today.
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I have a feeling RGIII did not throw a ton to his Te's in college.?.?.?
Still not getting enough pressure on the QB, which weakens most secondaries.

And as far as Offense goes, is it just me or does every pass seem to go to the middle of the field. Where are the sideline routes? The fades, fly patterns, outs, etc? And I wanna see some passes in the end zone from beyond the 10 yard line. The runs up the middle are going to get RG3 killed.
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Guess they won't be coming back to visit anytime soon.
Exactly.. They'll "visit" other fan forums when they (Bucs fans) haven't officially lost yet; but will delete their "accounts" when they lose... very childish
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This is the first time in years I'm excited to play a top team. I want to throw Griffin in the fire and see what he does. For years we were the team loosing to the worst teams in the league. Now RGIII gives us a chance against anyone.

Can you imagine if our oline was better? His decision making is great so far
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