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Old 11-06-2012, 02:17 PM   #91
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Why? Because he's wise enough to stay away or were not pursuing him?
I think his contract is an issue. Also, gotta wonder why teams are dumping him so soon after signing him to big deals
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Old 11-06-2012, 05:44 PM   #92
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I think his contract is an issue. Also, gotta wonder why teams are dumping him so soon after signing him to big deals
makes you think about how hall came to town
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Old 11-06-2012, 05:57 PM   #93
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I think his contract is an issue. Also, gotta wonder why teams are dumping him so soon after signing him to big deals
Even if we jettison our newly healthy RT, saving us tons of money?
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Old 11-07-2012, 02:56 PM   #95
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Even if we jettison our newly healthy RT, saving us tons of money?
You mean Jammal Brown? If we learned anything from Brown's tenure with the Redskins is that he can't stay healthy for a full season. It would be better if the Redskins found a Jon Jansen type in the 3rd or 4th round of next year's draft. My patience with Jammal Brown has run out. Even if Brown starts the remaining 7 games and plays admirably, if I were the general manager and the head coach I would be looking past him to a healthier, younger, and stronger prospect.
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Old 11-08-2012, 07:56 PM   #96
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Re: Smoot Lays the Smack Down (Panthers at Redskins)

Until this team shows a heart, it doesn't matter. It starts at the top with Snyder, and a fish rots from the head down. Down to players who may remember the old culture of bypassing the coaches, straight to the owners and rumor mill, ego and parties before football. A locker room that still might be a mess.

We can bring in 53 new guys, and if the culture of the locker room doesn't change, it doesn't matter.

From Ryan Clark. LINK. Others have said similar things.:
"I think in Washington you just have so much going on. You have such an organization built on putting people in the seats and finding extravagant ways to do things, instead of winning football games all the time. You know, I loved playing in Washington. It was a great place. And they just go about their business a little differently than the Pittsburgh Steelers do."

This team's current drama reminds me of the bad old days in 2000 after our own dream team blew up. Fingers pointed everywhere, not just at the guys obviously screwing up.

I think we could win with the guys we have now. Gibbs could get these guys heads out of their asses at least every other year. But we're talking about HOF coaching there. Yeah Gibbs wasn't great in picking personnel, but nobody got better from people they coached. It shouldn't have to come to that now. This team is supposed to be full of adults.

All blame. No heart. Looking at team news, and the internet, I really really hope we're not back in 2000 mode. Prove me wrong please, Skins! Come together this bye week! I'd rather even keep Haslett and Smith on the team, if all this drama would stop. This franchise seems to have gone full retard already this season with all the rumors flying, just like the bad old days.
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Old 11-09-2012, 10:41 AM   #97
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Re: Smoot Lays the Smack Down (Panthers at Redskins)

Wanted to post this good breakdown of some missed opportunities by RGIII.

Robert Griffin III Showing Rookie Growing Pains - Sporting Paragon

Nice seeing breakdowns of all 22 film.
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Until this team shows a heart, it doesn't matter. It starts at the top with Snyder, and a fish rots from the head down. Down to players who may remember the old culture of bypassing the coaches, straight to the owners and rumor mill, ego and parties before football. A locker room that still might be a mess.

We can bring in 53 new guys, and if the culture of the locker room doesn't change, it doesn't matter.

From Ryan Clark. LINK. Others have said similar things.:
"I think in Washington you just have so much going on. You have such an organization built on putting people in the seats and finding extravagant ways to do things, instead of winning football games all the time. You know, I loved playing in Washington. It was a great place. And they just go about their business a little differently than the Pittsburgh Steelers do."

This team's current drama reminds me of the bad old days in 2000 after our own dream team blew up. Fingers pointed everywhere, not just at the guys obviously screwing up.

I think we could win with the guys we have now. Gibbs could get these guys heads out of their asses at least every other year. But we're talking about HOF coaching there. Yeah Gibbs wasn't great in picking personnel, but nobody got better from people they coached. It shouldn't have to come to that now. This team is supposed to be full of adults.

All blame. No heart. Looking at team news, and the internet, I really really hope we're not back in 2000 mode. Prove me wrong please, Skins! Come together this bye week! I'd rather even keep Haslett and Smith on the team, if all this drama would stop. This franchise seems to have gone full retard already this season with all the rumors flying, just like the bad old days.
Despite what's happened so far this year, I think the Redskins can pull themselves out of this and play great football during the remainder of the season. We must look at what's straight ahead. We've lost games that were winnable. I think Haslett and Shanahan knows this and so do the players on both sides of the ball. All they have to do is play smarter and harder and just like that the Redskins can end up 10-6 and make the post season.
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Re: Smoot Lays the Smack Down (Panthers at Redskins)

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Wanted to post this good breakdown of some missed opportunities by RGIII.

Robert Griffin III Showing Rookie Growing Pains - Sporting Paragon

Nice seeing breakdowns of all 22 film.
really good stuff, thanks for the link.
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Old 11-09-2012, 12:34 PM   #100
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For those complaining about the scheme in use by Kyle and MS and asserting that RGIII is winning in spite of it, from NC_Skins link:

"Here’s the thing; very rarely will you see a play run in this offense where nobody is open. This scheme is, quite honestly, brilliant at taking advantage of the defense’s weaknesses. On film, that was still apparent against Carolina. The Redskins simply could not capitalize. And part of that had to do with Robert Griffin III missing plays that he was seemingly perfect on early in the year."

I haven't broken down the All22 so maybe this guy is blowing smoke, but it seems to me to be a well informed analysis. As I have always thought, it is not the scheme, it is the execution and that falls on both players and coaches.
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Old 11-09-2012, 12:46 PM   #101
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For those complaining about the scheme in use by Kyle and MS and asserting that RGIII is winning in spite of it, from NC_Skins link:

"Here’s the thing; very rarely will you see a play run in this offense where nobody is open. This scheme is, quite honestly, brilliant at taking advantage of the defense’s weaknesses. On film, that was still apparent against Carolina. The Redskins simply could not capitalize. And part of that had to do with Robert Griffin III missing plays that he was seemingly perfect on early in the year."

I haven't broken down the All22 so maybe this guy is blowing smoke, but it seems to me to be a well informed analysis. As I have always thought, it is not the scheme, it is the execution and that falls only on the dumba** coaches who can't even tie their shoes.
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