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Old 10-15-2012, 07:01 AM   #121
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We beat a 4-1 team by 12 points. No one is getting fired.
At least he was true to his word that even with a large win he would be mad at the defense.
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Old 10-15-2012, 07:26 AM   #122
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Smoot any updates on haslett getting fired ????and any trades before deadline on defense or sonething. We need bmerriweather at SS
celebrate a victory by asking if Haslett is getting fired? WTF?
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Old 10-15-2012, 08:07 AM   #123
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Don't think you can call any deal giving up 4 draft picks including three number 1s a no brainer. He could easily have been the next Jamarcus Russell.I'm just glad he's as advanced as he is in the passing game. While cam was amazing last year, he doesn't hold a candle to RG as a passer.
Yes, there was risk involved in giving up so many high draft picks to get RG3 but don't be ridiculous by comparing him to Jamarcus Russell. RG3 could never have been a total bust like Russell. With RG3, the only risk was that he might turn out to only be a good pro QB instead of the great pro QB we were seeking.
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Looking at that in slo mo it looks helmet to helmet
I'm sure he will be getting fined this week


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Old 10-15-2012, 08:35 AM   #125
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Looking at that in slo mo it looks helmet to helmet
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Hes only considered a defenseless receiver if he had called for a fair catch, pass catchers dont have the option of calling for a fair catch. People that are runners have helmet to helmet contact all the time that is never called, and since he refused to call a fair catch, hes considered a runner.

He shouldnt be fined, but we also know that Roger loves to fine the skins for the most mundane of things. Look at the bright side, we havent had a blatant call overturned by a disgraceful review. We normally have a few of those by now.
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Old 10-15-2012, 08:36 AM   #126
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How long will it take us to fully comprehend how important the QB position is? I mean literally we cam basically hang all 3 wins on Bob. Our defense has essentially played 0-6 football. And only Morris has really shown anything consistent otherwise.
I'm going to disagree with you on this. Yes they stink but they also gave the offense 14 of the 38 points yesterday.
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Old 10-15-2012, 08:37 AM   #127
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This may be nothing but did anyone else notice Kirk Cousins negative body language during the game? I mean, he was expressionless and motionless as RG3 ran past him on the game-clinching 76-Yd TD run. Cousins didn't even turn his head to watch RG3 score. I'm wondering if Cousins might be developing an attitude problem.
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At least he was true to his word that even with a large win he would be mad at the defense.
I look forward to his inciteful and constructive critiques in future posts.
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Old 10-15-2012, 08:51 AM   #129
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I thought we were going to be blown out after that first quarter. Holding them to nine points was pretty damn good after they moved down the field with ease.

Two turnovers led to 14 points. The final one sealed the victory and gave us our first "Victory Formation" since I can't remember when.

The longest pass play was 20 yards. We gave up about five in the 15-19 yard range. BUT - for the first time, no plays more than 40 yards in the entire game.

In the 2nd half, they gave up three long time consuming drives which yielded 14 points.

It's not the Steel Curtain, but it was enough to win and had some very good things to counter the very bad things.
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This may be nothing but did anyone else notice Kirk Cousins negative body language during the game? I mean, he was expressionless and motionless as RG3 ran past him on the game-clinching 76-Yd TD run. Cousins didn't even turn his head to watch RG3 score. I'm wondering if Cousins might be developing an attitude problem.
I saw Cousins walk over and congratulate him. By all accounts, Cousins is a stand up guy. I think you're reading wayyyy too much into it.
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Old 10-15-2012, 08:57 AM   #131
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Monster games yesterday: RG3, Lorenzo Alexander, Silverback, Perry Riley, Fletcher, and Stephen Bowen.

Bowen and Riley have quietly had great seasons.
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Old 10-15-2012, 08:59 AM   #132
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This was a well played game against a good team at home. This is what teams that are on the right track are supposed to look like. The Vikings are going to win eight plus games this season. In this one, Ponder was just a little bit off all day with his accuracy. Matt Ryan had the same issue last week as well.

Biggest difference was that we didn't leave Ponder in the game for four quarters like we did with Ryan last week. Both showed some late game ability to put it all together, but yesterday, it didn't matter.

The defense is playing adequately, given it's talent level. You can't start a bunch of guys like Rob Jackson, Madieu Williams, Reed Doughty, and Jarvis Jenkins and expect to have great results, but these results are more than acceptable as long as there are no stinker performances like the 2010 Eagles game. We can live with what the D is giving us right now. The special teams and the offense has to come to play like they did yesterday, but every week. They can't collapse and go back to how they were against TB and ATL.
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Old 10-15-2012, 09:03 AM   #133
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Oh and the Redskins have a positive pt differential after 6 games, which hasn't been the case since 2008.
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Old 10-15-2012, 09:20 AM   #134
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The defense is playing adequately, given it's talent level. You can't start a bunch of guys like Rob Jackson, Madieu Williams, Reed Doughty, and Jarvis Jenkins and expect to have great results, but these results are more than acceptable as long as there are no stinker performances like the 2010 Eagles game. We can live with what the D is giving us right now. The special teams and the offense has to come to play like they did yesterday, but every week. They can't collapse and go back to how they were against TB and ATL.
Yup. I agree. This D is never going to be "Great!". At the same time, as long as the offense keeps scoring, it will be adequate.
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Old 10-15-2012, 09:24 AM   #135
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It's a pretty awesome feeling knowing that you have a qb can close out games, and also bring a team down the field in the last minutes to win them.

Next week's game against the Giants may be epic.
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