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Old 11-24-2012, 08:52 PM   #31
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Old 11-24-2012, 09:24 PM   #32
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He'll restructure, he said he wants to retire a redskin when we got him
I would like to see this happen, but will Hall accept less money from the Redskins than another franchise is willing to pay him?
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Old 11-25-2012, 01:59 PM   #33
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I'm not mad at Wilson for trying to break up the pass rather than just tackle Bryant. It's easy for me to say that because the Skins won but It was also a great throw and blocking by the WR.
Still, Wilson should never take that gamble. He rolled the dice and lost big time. Had he stayed with his man or just tried to knock the ball down and not try to intercept it, that play doesn't happen. Josh Wilson is not Lester Hayes.
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Old 11-25-2012, 06:06 PM   #34
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Watched the game again this afternoon and think that coaching may have played a big role in Wilson's coverage of Dez on the TD. What you can see on play after play is defense going hell-bent-for-leather separating balls from Cowgirls. Blow-ups in the end zone, more helmets on balls, etc. I think MS and Haz were preaching TO's all week, maybe even offering bounties. And overall, that strategy worked, even if it resulted in a TD on that play. Wilson made some outstanding plays otherwise, so we know he's capable of closing on receivers and playing smart.
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Old 11-25-2012, 06:39 PM   #35
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Watched the game again this afternoon and think that coaching may have played a big role in Wilson's coverage of Dez on the TD. What you can see on play after play is defense going hell-bent-for-leather separating balls from Cowgirls. Blow-ups in the end zone, more helmets on balls, etc. I think MS and Haz were preaching TO's all week, maybe even offering bounties. And overall, that strategy worked, even if it resulted in a TD on that play. Wilson made some outstanding plays otherwise, so we know he's capable of closing on receivers and playing smart.
Hopefully not for money.

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Old 11-25-2012, 06:47 PM   #36
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Hopefully not for money.

"Whoever knocks Dez Bryant out of the game has to run one less lap at practice."

More like offering a bounty for turnovers, not knocking anybody out.
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Old 11-25-2012, 06:50 PM   #37
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More like offering a bounty for turnovers, not knocking anybody out.
Bounties just make me nervous in general now.
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Old 11-26-2012, 03:09 PM   #38
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Watched the game again this afternoon and think that coaching may have played a big role in Wilson's coverage of Dez on the TD. What you can see on play after play is defense going hell-bent-for-leather separating balls from Cowgirls. Blow-ups in the end zone, more helmets on balls, etc. I think MS and Haz were preaching TO's all week, maybe even offering bounties. And overall, that strategy worked, even if it resulted in a TD on that play. Wilson made some outstanding plays otherwise, so we know he's capable of closing on receivers and playing smart.
Josh Wilson is not a bad corner. In fact he's a good corner. If he gambles on a play like that, let him do it on a much shorter field. Not 85 yards from the end zone.
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Our best corner play will happen when we have two solid players at safety. I am sure there will be movement at the CB position, but it won't mean squat until we deal with the safety position.

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Well thought out post. I agree with this. I would even argue that the corners that we have are solid enough with the right safties.
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Old 11-26-2012, 06:18 PM   #40
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Yes. Fix the safety positions and the secondary is fixed. Cuz how's the eagles and cowboys secondary faring with their big free agent acquisitions and big trades to get these "shutdown" corners? Every corner gets burned- especially against great qbs like RGIII.

Don't get me wrong- there probably is some room to improve at the cb position, but safety is much more of an impact position in the nfl.
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Old 11-26-2012, 06:21 PM   #41
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Safety and right off tackle is the greatest priority for the redskins in the draft. OT prob moreso for the redskins since there currently is not a potential player on the current roster in line to step up for next year.
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Wilson is our best corner? :vomit:

It'll be interesting in the off-season to see who we pick up/cut in regards to the secondary.

I wouldn't be sad to see Wilson or D. Hall go. As long as we could bring in some upgrades. (But I still like D. Hall.. Meh)

It kinda sucks that Crawford doesn't seem to be working out and that Minnifield got injured.
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Old 11-26-2012, 08:12 PM   #43
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Safety and right off tackle is the greatest priority for the redskins in the draft. OT prob moreso for the redskins since there currently is not a potential player on the current roster in line to step up for next year.
I would say CB/S is the greatest need. The offense has been very productive for the large part. We have a great young QB and a great young running back. The RT position can afford to take a back seat to defensive needs.
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I would say CB/S is the greatest need. The offense has been very productive for the large part. We have a great young QB and a great young running back. The RT position can afford to take a back seat to defensive needs.
That was my first reaction too until I really thought about it. At safety, you have 2 potential starting playmakers. What little we saw of meriweather and tanard jackson - they can play. There is risk to losing them both in injury and off the field issues. I still go back and forth between the safety and right tackle positions in order of priority. But there needs to be some kind of substantial investment and priority with protecting RGIII. The redskins are tied to RGIII - need to invest in someone that can protect him for years to come. Decent play at the tackle position is not good enough when you have a great qb. It will also depend who will be available both in free agency and when the redskins pick- but I think I've convinced myself that right tackle is the priority. Gotta protect the franchise.
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That was my first reaction too until I really thought about it. At safety, you have 2 potential starting playmakers. What little we saw of meriweather and tanard jackson - they can play. There is risk to losing them both in injury and off the field issues. I still go back and forth between the safety and right tackle positions in order of priority. But there needs to be some kind of substantial investment and priority with protecting RGIII. The redskins are tied to RGIII - need to invest in someone that can protect him for years to come. Decent play at the tackle position is not good enough when you have a great qb. It will also depend who will be available both in free agency and when the redskins pick- but I think I've convinced myself that right tackle is the priority. Gotta protect the franchise.
Well, Tyler Polumbus is not great but he's dependable. Jamal Brown has been a bust. The Redskins should have never traded for him. We should have kept that 3rd round pick and Shanahan knows it. The Redskins may be able to find a good RT in free agency. For some reason or another, Mike Shanahan isn't fond of drafting offensive linemen high. I'd be surprised if he drafted a RT in the 2nd round.
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