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Old 10-04-2012, 08:42 AM   #16
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Re: Don't Be Fooled by the Balls That I Caught, I'm Still Joshua with the Blocks

Teams that run the ball really well typically have WRs blocking their butts off down field. Morgan was a nice addition.
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Old 10-04-2012, 08:50 AM   #17
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Re: Don't Be Fooled by the Balls That I Caught, I'm Still Joshua with the Blocks

super whack thread title and song. Morgan has proved his worth so far in the season
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Old 10-04-2012, 09:01 AM   #18
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Re: Don't Be Fooled by the Balls That I Caught, I'm Still Joshua with the Blocks

Our receivers (Morgan, Robinson, Hankerson, even Banks) are having a good season. The only exception so far is Santana Moss, and even he has a touchdown at least.
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Old 10-04-2012, 09:02 AM   #19
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Re: Don't Be Fooled by the Balls That I Caught, I'm Still Joshua with the Blocks

One of my friend helped do some training with Morgan in the offseason. First time he met him -- he thought he was meeting a linebacker, not a WR. Said the dude was built like a tank.

He has been doing a great job blocking down field, and so has Hank. Even Garcon has gotten in the action, although last week we saw some pretty cheap shots from him.
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Old 10-04-2012, 09:27 AM   #20
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He's been consistent as a receiver and now as this article points out, as a blocker down field as well. A quality acquisition. I should have guessed he was the real deal after that drama in jericho went down. In fact they wrote a song about it. Like to hear it - here it go

Bing Crosby & Sons - "Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho" - YouTube
That's just down right creepy. Yes Morgan has been blocking well. Jericho Jericho. Morgan who.
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Old 10-04-2012, 10:29 AM   #21
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Re: Don't Be Fooled by the Balls That I Caught, I'm Still Joshua with the Blocks

Anything that brings out the mental image of J-Lo is good with me.

I think Mr.Morgan despite his losing his freakin mind in the St.Louis has been every bit the great blocker, physical and tough receiver I expected.

I've been surprised by his receiving skills thus far.
He seems to be getting separation, and catching everything thrown his way and of course he still gets YAC.
I think Morgan deserves more targets then Hankerson.

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Our receivers (Morgan, Robinson, Hankerson, even Banks) are having a good season. The only exception so far is Santana Moss, and even he has a touchdown at least.
I love the quality and depth of our receiving corps.
When you look at our depth and the fact that Kyle is incorporating concepts from Baylor's offense I'm surprised and waiting in hopeful anticipation of our increase use of 4 WR spread formations.

Re:I think Moss perceived lack of production is due to the focus on developing the younger receivers.
I think Moss would be more productive given more targets but this offense should/is trying to wean themselves of Moss.
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Dezmon Briscoe needs to make his presence known. Mike Shanahan said that he likes Briscoe. The guy has the potential to be a tremendous wide receiver in the NFL. He just needs the opportunity. Briscoe has to be the most underrated wide receiver on the Redskins roster. They need to give this guy more playing time.
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Old 10-05-2012, 01:57 PM   #23
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Dezmon Briscoe needs to make his presence known. Mike Shanahan said that he likes Briscoe. The guy has the potential to be a tremendous wide receiver in the NFL. He just needs the opportunity. Briscoe has to be the most underrated wide receiver on the Redskins roster. They need to give this guy more playing time.
i have a similar opinion on him, i think he's the talented big dog that hankerson (can or cannot, but) hasn't been yet.

i think if he gets a start, and some targets, he's going to prove it.
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Old 10-06-2012, 04:08 PM   #24
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Well, I would like to see more of Briscoe. Those six TD passes that he caught last season for the Bucs shows he's a definite red zone threat.
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Dezmon Briscoe needs to make his presence known. Mike Shanahan said that he likes Briscoe. The guy has the potential to be a tremendous wide receiver in the NFL. He just needs the opportunity. Briscoe has to be the most underrated wide receiver on the Redskins roster. They need to give this guy more playing time.
I agree also about Briscoe. He has size good and good hands. He is our biggest WR we could use him in the redzone. I think he is still learning our system. I think he will make some plays this season when given the chance.
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Old 10-14-2012, 07:40 PM   #26
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Re: Don't Be Fooled by the Balls That I Caught, I'm Still Joshua with the Blocks

Here is to Josh Morgan with one hell of a game, he was poping blocks all over the place!!! Thought he did a great job today, your thoughts?
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Old 10-14-2012, 07:43 PM   #27
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Here is to Josh Morgan with one hell of a game, he was poping blocks all over the place!!! Thought he did a great job today, your thoughts?
Including that key block on the RG3 long TD run.
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Re: Don't Be Fooled by the Balls That I Caught, I'm Still Joshua with the Blocks

This isnt the penalty maker that I used to know.
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Old 10-14-2012, 09:42 PM   #29
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Dezmon Briscoe needs to make his presence known. Mike Shanahan said that he likes Briscoe. The guy has the potential to be a tremendous wide receiver in the NFL. He just needs the opportunity. Briscoe has to be the most underrated wide receiver on the Redskins roster. They need to give this guy more playing time.
I don't think I'd care if we saw less of Briscoe. First time he's active in a game all season, and he gets wide open (and he had enough room to get about 10 yards after that 15ish yard throw) and he dropped it. That's not how you get more pt.
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Old 10-14-2012, 10:08 PM   #30
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Re: Don't Be Fooled by the Balls That I Caught, I'm Still Joshua with the Blocks

He showed great PRESENCE on the block not to throw a block into the defender's back when the defender was turned around. He set the screen and waited for the defender to turn back around before throwing the block. There are players that are not present enough to make that play in the moment and will throw that block into the defender's back. If he does that, no TD and more "cut Morgan" posts.

The replay of his block is at 48 seconds

RG3 76 Yard TD Run Against Vikings 10/14/2012 - YouTube
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