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Old 12-04-2012, 10:47 AM   #151
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The play calling by and large was brilliant. Had the Giants biting on D repeatedly
F*** yeah it was. The Giants didn't know if the Skins were coming or going, passing or running, running inside or outside, quick hit or stretch. Heavy reliance on run, with a nice mix of straight drop backs and play action off the option.

What I particularly liked was the fact that, on the final two drives, Kyle didn't get cute. Creative, the TD to Garcon was a thing of beauty, and, on the P/A pass to Garcon, a little daring but nothing too fancy. Just a nice mix with good clock control.

Oh wait, did I just mention Garcon's name as a key factor twice in the 4th Quarter of a critical game. I am sure Gaffney [Stallworth/(cheap pedestrian WR of your choice)] would have been just as effective. Why the hell did we sign this POS anyway? Clearly he has neither the speed to separate or the consistent hands needed to make the tough catches. Any thoughts on the matter Goat?

I know we got four games to go. I know we could drop out of the race with a single loss. But you know what? MS & KS just managed a 3 game sweep of our division opponents and did it with creative game planning and solid, sometimes brilliant, play calling. If that doesn't get your juices flowing for the future, the go play on ExtremeSkins.
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Old 12-04-2012, 10:50 AM   #152
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That was my sarcasm font. I thought you pick up on it. Sorry.
Like coaches sometimes use the media to address players. I used you to address other posters...people don't have you on their ignore list. Thank you for playing along
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That was my sarcasm font. I thought you pick up on it. Sorry.
Oops. Sorry for the rant - just saw this. I didn't remember you as being on the "MS & KS suck" band wagon. Just saw the statement and it set me off.

Really just want to give a big middle finger to all the "Garcon was a waste, KS is holding RGIII back. You'll see, everyone is going to want to fire MS by the end of the year" crowd.

And yes ... I realize that's not particularly courteous or Christian - but, unlike RGIII, I am merely human and, on occasion, err.
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Rants aside (thank you for your indulgence) ... Has anyone noticed that, now, many teams have adopted that "college crap" Pistol Offense set? CRed made the comment to me last night and I have since wondered if other teams were using it prior to this year. It does seem to have sprung up out of nowhere this season. Were Denver and Carolina using it last year?
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Whatever happens as far as the playoffs, one things for sure, Kyle's stock has jumped big time.
A month or two ago, i think Smoot said/implied there was mutual interest to varying degrees with several teams and it was all but garaunteed he'd be somewhere else next year. I really hope there's some way we can keep him. He and RGIII are obviously working well together and i think switching offensive coordinators would only stunt the offense. I can't imagine someone else coming in and doing as good a job as Kyle.

I guess it really depends on how long Mike plans to coach. If we really just wants to coach out the rest of his contract, then i could see snyder/allen convincing Kyle to stay if they promised making him the HC when his dad retires. If Mike has no intention of retiring anytime soon, then Kyle is gone... and i'm worried he'd go to Philly or Dallas.
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Old 12-04-2012, 10:58 AM   #156
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The new plan is have Griffin make Special Teams question what we are going to do on extra points :cheeky-sm

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Old 12-04-2012, 11:01 AM   #157
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Really excited about the future. Look, I'd still like to see some tinkering with the offense and God knows we need some help on defense. But this team took a huge step in the right direction last night.

I was watching post-game on Comcast. You could just hear it in their voices and see it in their eyes. They've bought in. They believe they can win now. Trent Williams in particular...man, you mention RGIII's name and he almost gets emotional. Not kidding. He's all..we can't let them touch Robert. Robert this and Robert that. I think he takes RG's success personally being the anchor to the offensive line. Garcon another one. He's like two different people. Intense and mouthy on the field and very humble during interviews.

It's just good to see the talent and the attitude finally catch up with each other and watch the results on the field. So happy for the team, the fans, and the city. God knows we've been long suffering.
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Who mute their TV after the first quarter not to have to listen to Gruden. Gruden is perfect for the fair weather fans that are flocking here now.


"and I watched RGIII last night he is awesome but they got other great players like D. Hall; the guy on TV could not stop talking about him."

John Madden did the same thing. Ron Jaworski did the same thing. The huge majority of those guys do that.
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RG3 ran the read option to perfection, completely neutering the Giants defensive ends, who are among the best in the league. Just wait until Kyle adds more wrinkles like the bootleg and no huddle to the regular arsenal. Griffin is a D coordinator's worst nightmare, and I love watching defenses on their heels trying to deal with him.
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We are all amazed at how RG3 is playing like a veteran and I'd like to give major props to Alfred Morris for doing the same. How many rookies come back from a fumble and pretty much win the game with those runs towards the end. I think it is safe to say that we are set at QB and RB for the future.
I saw a stat that he made 58 yards after the fumble. Again, CRed and I both commented on how, after the fumble, he really seemed intent on making up for it.

Also, I think it is in Grazino's column somewhere, Morris has somthing like 450 yards in 48 carries against NFC East opponents or about a 9 yds/carry average. Amazing. The man is a beast.

Griffin, Morris, Garcon. Young and ready to run.
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Hey Justin Tuck was very quiet last night.
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A month or two ago, i think Smoot said/implied there was mutual interest to varying degrees with several teams and it was all but garaunteed he'd be somewhere else next year. I really hope there's some way we can keep him. He and RGIII are obviously working well together and i think switching offensive coordinators would only stunt the offense. I can't imagine someone else coming in and doing as good a job as Kyle.

I guess it really depends on how long Mike plans to coach. If we really just wants to coach out the rest of his contract, then i could see snyder/allen convincing Kyle to stay if they promised making him the HC when his dad retires. If Mike has no intention of retiring anytime soon, then Kyle is gone... and i'm worried he'd go to Philly or Dallas.
Kyle has been and will continue to be in hot demand until he makes a decision. I hope he decides to stay here
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Who mute their TV after the first quarter not to have to listen to Gruden. Gruden is perfect for the fair weather fans that are flocking here now.


"and I watched RGIII last night he is awesome but they got other great players like D. Hall; the guy on TV could not stop talking about him."


Which leads me too brace yourself for the band wagoners; good after the 2004 WS everyone and their mother was a Red Sox fan. I was like where have this people been?
I don't understand your negative attitude toward bandwagon fans. We need them. It's only going to help the Skins to have a home stadium filled with loud, crazy fans and to have more support throughout the community. It helps the team to build momentum. Plus it's more fun.

We are not better than the bandwagon folks. We just a have a higher threshold for emotional pain and disappointment than they do. Everybody loves a winner but few people can hang in there for decades of losing.
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