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Old 10-16-2012, 09:38 PM   #226
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Old 10-16-2012, 09:54 PM   #227
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Updated "Rookie Report" from Pro Football Focus:

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Robert Griffin III, QB

Draft: First round, second overall

Snaps/Usage: Starting QB

Notes: Our current leader in the Race for the Rookie of the Year, Griffin has showed the potential that made him the second overall pick in the draft. Though he is our current leader in accuracy % at 82.0%, the Redskins have been extremely conservative with Griffin who has attempted only eight passes beyond 20 yards. He’s shown the ability to move the ball with his legs (+3.3 Run), but after leaving last week’s game with a concussion, we see the risk involved with a scrambling franchise quarterback. At some point, Griffin will have to rely less on his legs and make a few more downfield throws from the pocket in order to stay healthy and productive.

Alfred Morris, RB

Draft: Sixth round, 173rd overall

Snaps/Usage: Top RB since Week 1

Notes: Head Coach Mike Shanahan’s reputation for finding ‘plug-and-play’ running backs is firmly intact thanks to Morris’ strong start to his career. The zone blocking scheme is still a Redskins staple, but new looks from pistol sets, as well as the threat of Griffin as a runner have helped the scheme evolve. Morris has steadily improved throughout the season, and he’s now fifth in the league with 491 rushing yards and second with 17 missed tackles forced. He sits atop the leader board in yards after contact/attempt (2.97), while boasting our second-highest elusive rating at 52.4. When you add it all up, it looks as if Shanahan has found himself another late-round steal.

Other Redskins rookies: Fourth-round LB Keenan Robinson has seen the field for ONLY seven snaps and he’s yet to record a tackle on special teams (-2.0). A much-criticized selection, fourth-round QB Kirk Cousins was drafted to back up Griffin. He saw his first action last week, completing five of nine passes for 113 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions. While he made a couple of impressive throws, he reminded us of his rookie status by throwing a ball right into CB Dunta Robinson’s hands late in the fourth quarter. Seventh round CB Richard Crawford has earned more playing time in recent weeks, spending 85 of his 110 snaps covering the slot. Opposing quarterbacks have a QB Rating of 133.7 throwing into his coverage.

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This has got to change and hopfully Kyle will open things up in the passing game. It's not like he can't make the throws cause he did it in college.
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Old 10-16-2012, 11:17 PM   #228
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This has got to change and hopfully Kyle will open things up in the passing game. It's not like he can't make the throws cause he did it in college.
I think that's a bit misleading because yeah.. He doesn't throw 20 yard passes, but he's throwing a lot of 14-18 yard passes
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The Redskins entire defense slapped Adrian Peterson. Slapped him for well under 100 yards rushing.
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Old 10-17-2012, 11:20 AM   #230
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This has got to change and hopfully Kyle will open things up in the passing game. It's not like he can't make the throws cause he did it in college.
I say open up passing when it is a good strategy. Do what works and keep winning. "Common Sense". Bleep theoretical football. beep beep.
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Old 10-17-2012, 11:26 AM   #231
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Old 10-17-2012, 11:27 AM   #232
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Redskins lead league with 22 Touchdowns.... Amazing!!!!!
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^ ^^^^^

I like the notion of keep feeding Morris the ball. On average he'll get 50 yards by at least his 7th or 8th carry of the game. Then keep RG3 in the spread. Run the option. Gain yards. Throw the bubble screen. Get a first down. Then throw the wide receiver screen. Feed Morris the ball two or 3 more times. Then target the weakness of the secondary.
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Old 10-17-2012, 11:34 AM   #234
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^ ^^^^^

I like the notion of keep feeding Morris the ball. On average he'll get 50 yards by at least his 7th or 8th carry of the game. Then keep RG3 in the spread. Run the option. Gain yards. Throw the bubble screen. Get a first down. Then throw the wide receiver screen. Feed Morris the ball two or 3 more times. Then target the weakness of the secondary.
But when they key on Morris....?

RG3 RG3 RG3
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Old 10-18-2012, 09:53 PM   #235
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He likes to be called Robert I undrstand
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But when they key on Morris....?

RG3 RG3 RG3
Wait until Antrel Rolle or Kenny Phillips move up to the line of scrimmage when the run is effective. Then go deep or over the middle where a safety would normally be. I wouldn't go deep to Corey Webster's side because he's very good in coverage. I'd try to beat Prince Amukamara deep with Morgan or Hankerson in 1 on1 coverage because Amukamara is more vulnerable in coverage. I'm sure Kyle Shanahan knows these things.
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Redskins lead league with 22 Touchdowns.... Amazing!!!!!
This season the Redskins have the play makers that's been missing on offense. It takes years oftentimes to build a team. It's resulting in high scoring and tremendous offensive production. I wish Garcon will get well so he can return to the gridiron.

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