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Old 11-05-2012, 09:43 PM   #76
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He mentioned Josh Wilson in a not very subtle way actually - and very deserving too. Lol.
Yeah, and that and everything else he said was great.
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Old 11-05-2012, 10:09 PM   #77
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I'm furious at the way we have been using Alf. I understand that he was hurt late in the game, but why switch to Royster on 3rd and -5? He's getting good yardage everytime he touches the ball. I like(d) Royster, but I'm onboard the Alf train now.
I want to put every open catch on the DB's. They are horrible, but it looks more like a scheme problem than anything.
I'm not really a Royster fan. I haven't seen anything exciting from him. AlfMo is a hard runner, Helu is a speedy 1-cut kinda running back. Royster is ???? I mean he just seems like he's kinda "there". God knows he can't block. It doesn't look like he's a hard runner (or maybe I'm just spoiled on Morris now). So... Eh?

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Those were really good, and I think the rest of us were just trying to add on to that the last few pages lol. What other "smack downs" do you have for people you haven't mentioned? Like say Josh Wilson, Perry Riley, Polumbus, etc?
God knows I've had it in with Wilson since Game 3. I know people around here love to give players the benefit of the doubt and everyone thinks that I think Wilson is the second coming of Satan, but seriously, the guy has consistently sucked for the majority of this season so far. I mean the whole secondary blows, but watching Wilson out there is like having Kevin Barnes back on the team. Dude is always getting beat, doesn't look at the ball EVER and if he does its not until the last second. And why is it when I see replays, Wilson is like 5 yards off his man? Even in a man coverage play? When WRs cut on Wilson, he's toast.

Riley I think has been solid mostly, but absolutely stunk in the Panthers game.

And we all know Polumbus should've never been a starting RT.

Really that Panthers game just looked completely mailed in. You shouldn't be getting dominated by a 1-6 team at home. Completely gutless and heartless performance by the entire team.
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Old 11-05-2012, 11:43 PM   #78
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Hey Smoot you make some good points on the play calling on in the Red Zone. I would like to see RGIII have more of a pass option near the goaline. i do not like running sweeps near or on the goal line. I hear skins fans wanting to get rid of SHANNY but why do this when we are finally getting younger talent on the roster . We have a future star QB and a nice young RB in Morris let's keep them in the same system and let them grow with the coach. Lets be patient and not over react over a few losses. Remember this year we take our lumps so next year we kick some butt. Hey look Andy Reid will be available would any Redskin fan want him to be our coach? I rather stick with Mike S.
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Old 11-06-2012, 11:34 AM   #79
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Hey Smoot you make some good points on the play calling on in the Red Zone. I would like to see RGIII have more of a pass option near the goaline. i do not like running sweeps near or on the goal line. I hear skins fans wanting to get rid of SHANNY but why do this when we are finally getting younger talent on the roster . We have a future star QB and a nice young RB in Morris let's keep them in the same system and let them grow with the coach. Lets be patient and not over react over a few losses. Remember this year we take our lumps so next year we kick some butt. Hey look Andy Reid will be available would any Redskin fan want him to be our coach? I rather stick with Mike S.
How about 26 loses in 3 years. But he's still evaluating all that talent. This is one tough predicklement we're in. Only members of the WP know which move is the right move.
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Old 11-06-2012, 12:18 PM   #80
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Some of you have mentioned Logan Paulson in this thread and I think he is a decent player, but my problem with the Redskins right now is when a guy like Logan Paulson is the Number 1 option for RGIII and therefore has more catches and yards than the other receivers in the last few games, I have to be wondering what's up with our WRs.

Yes, that was one long sentence! Hankerson is a joke, Morgan is hit or miss, Nile Paul doesn't exist as a pass catcher and Cooley is a decoy and a bad one at that. Robinson and Briscoe would not be on other NFL rosters. Without Garcon and Davis, this team has no one that can win a one-on-one matchup. Except maybe Santana and he got hurt. Shanahan's WR picks have been all terrible.
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Old 11-06-2012, 12:20 PM   #81
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at least gaffney is tearing it up
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Old 11-06-2012, 12:24 PM   #82
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Well we also have to remember that we also had what a 32 million cap hit against us last year and other cap hits for players no longer on the team.
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at least gaffney is tearing it up
Lol. Had to check because my sarcasm meter is broken. Hey he caught 3 passes for Miami the past 3 games! Obviously Shanny's player evaluation skills suck.
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Old 11-06-2012, 12:50 PM   #84
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Apart from the obvious, like Meriweather being activated probably too early to say for sure.

Doubt anything dramatic.

I saw that KC releases a CB Stanford Routt, who I heard is supposed to be pretty good, and thoughts on bringning him in. he was supposed to be a younger cheaper Carr and that is why KC let him walk.
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Why in the hell is Josh Wilson and DeAngelo Hall still starting? Isn't it time to give Richard Crawford a serious look?
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I saw that KC releases a CB Stanford Routt, who I heard is supposed to be pretty good, and thoughts on bringning him in. he was supposed to be a younger cheaper Carr and that is why KC let him walk.
I agree. Id bring him in no question about it.
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Old 11-06-2012, 01:03 PM   #87
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I don't think Routt's coming here
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I don't think Routt's coming here
Why? Because he's wise enough to stay away or were not pursuing him?
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Why? Because he's wise enough to stay away or were not pursuing him?
he won't have a choice if he is claimed off waivers. if he clears waivers, then he can stay away.

anyone think he'll clear waivers?
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Old 11-06-2012, 02:03 PM   #90
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we would be pretty early on in the waiver list, I didn't look at his contract but it is clearly something we need help in and if he is inexpensive and a mulityear guy that could take some of the pressure off the front office in the offseason to add to that group with free agents.
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