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Old 11-19-2012, 08:15 AM   #1
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was at the game yesterday, and here is what i saw
RG3 is a flat out stud. he just makes plays, and cant remember the last time the skins had a play-maker like him
Forbath's kickoffs are short, but very high
our secondary, with Merriweather and Griffin playing, is a NFL caliber secondary
both of our lines played OK, but lil Shanahans play calling was excellent
felt bad for McCoy, was wondering why he was even in the game then
Fed Ex is not that old, but looks out dated already
our fans are wonderful. the eagle fans....not so nice. an eagles fan sitting behind me talked trash all game long. really?
sitting at the tunnel where the skins came out. surprised to see that Hall was really fan friendly, and interacted with them a lot
Garcon's presence really helped the skins
i know watching on TV is totally different. is this what you guys saw?
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:10 AM   #2
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the last playmaker we had was ST... and before him... who knows.
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Thanks for sharing your observations. I'm sure that you could tell a lot more about the Skins in person than I could on TV.

It must have been a real treat for you to see RGIII play the way he did!

I'm glad to hear from you that the secondary looked improved.
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Old 11-19-2012, 10:19 AM   #4
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only thing i have to say is Kyle was 70% a moron again... he's so damn inconsistent and when we really need a good call on 3rd and 1 .... he calls a pitch play that starts 5 yards back from the line to gain... he just drives me up a wall 70% of the time..... and im just glad rg3 trusted moss to go up and get that ball cuz that was nasty!!!

thanks for your game eye view... i usually make it to the philly @ skins game but couldnt this year... maybe when dallas visits!
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Old 11-19-2012, 12:40 PM   #5
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What a fantastic game to see live!!!!!! I've only been watched our guys live twice (won both times too) but they we're nothing like yesterday's performance, which is all about RG3 like you said.
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was at the game yesterday, and here is what i saw
RG3 is a flat out stud. he just makes plays, and cant remember the last time the skins had a play-maker like him
Forbath's kickoffs are short, but very high
our secondary, with Merriweather and Griffin playing, is a NFL caliber secondary
both of our lines played OK, but lil Shanahans play calling was excellent
felt bad for McCoy, was wondering why he was even in the game then
Fed Ex is not that old, but looks out dated already
our fans are wonderful. the eagle fans....not so nice. an eagles fan sitting behind me talked trash all game long. really?
sitting at the tunnel where the skins came out. surprised to see that Hall was really fan friendly, and interacted with them a lot
Garcon's presence really helped the skins
i know watching on TV is totally different. is this what you guys saw?
On TV the playcalling looked shaky at times, especially the option at the goal line. Did BM look as good in person as he seemed to look on TV?
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Old 11-19-2012, 02:03 PM   #7
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tough to knit pick on that game because it had so many great moments .. enjoy the win .. #wewantdallas
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What a fantastic game to see live!!!!!! I've only been watched our guys live twice (won both times too) but they we're nothing like yesterday's performance, which is all about RG3 like you said.
Somebody get this guy season tickets! Matty will cover it.
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^^ Yup. I am sure Matty would loooooovvvvveee financing the Goat's attendance.
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was at the game yesterday, and here is what i saw
RG3 is a flat out stud. he just makes plays, and cant remember the last time the skins had a play-maker like him
Forbath's kickoffs are short, but very high
our secondary, with Merriweather and Griffin playing, is a NFL caliber secondary
both of our lines played OK, but lil Shanahans play calling was excellent
felt bad for McCoy, was wondering why he was even in the game then
Fed Ex is not that old, but looks out dated already
our fans are wonderful. the eagle fans....not so nice. an eagles fan sitting behind me talked trash all game long. really?
sitting at the tunnel where the skins came out. surprised to see that Hall was really fan friendly, and interacted with them a lot
Garcon's presence really helped the skins
i know watching on TV is totally different. is this what you guys saw?
I never noticed Kais kickoffs being short really until yesterday with that one to the 15 yard line. Maybe just blinded by my love for his consistant fieldgoal makes. On that real short kickoff yesterday - the one thing i noticed on tv- was that he looked back after he hit it like there was a divot rite where the ball was placed? Totally agree with your take on everything else especially fed ex field. Disappointed everytime i make the trip down. Its just yuck.
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On TV the playcalling looked shaky at times, especially the option at the goal line. Did BM look as good in person as he seemed to look on TV?
That pitch on third n short was wtf too.
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