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Old 12-04-2012, 01:30 PM   #211
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Also, I love Kai Forbath.
I concur. I really like this kid Kai Forbath. Our first franchise kicker since Chip Lohmiller.
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Old 12-04-2012, 01:41 PM   #212
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I thought it was ridiculous that a blatant hold on Kerrigan was highlighted by the MNF crew. Like WTF?!
Trust me the Giants hold all the time and the majority were not called. In the first game it was their Center who would hold or grab jersey all day. Last night it was the Guards and Tackles. Especially on 3rd downs. Why the refs were not calling it I don't know.
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Old 12-04-2012, 01:43 PM   #213
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By the way, a little something extra from our owner: Dan Snyder animated after Washington Redskins' win - NFL.com

I have to say, I like it. Good for you, Mr. Snyder.
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Old 12-04-2012, 01:44 PM   #214
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That was a nasty knee injury suffered by Locklear.
Giants Lineman Sean Locklear’s Knee Isn’t Supposed To Bend That Way [VIDEO] | BustedCoverage – Sports Gossip | Drunk Athletes | Hot Cheerleaders | Football News
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Old 12-04-2012, 01:44 PM   #215
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FCKN-A!!

Great great win last night. First off...

GREAT GAME HASLETT!! Ya I said it. No secondary and no pash rush and we still hold them to 16. Bend don't break, clamp down in the red zone and make them kick FGs. The defense we saw last night is as good as it gets with this squad. The guy is cooking with rotten ingredients but produced one delicious meal last night. Full props.

KS - Put this guy in the canon too. Awesome. Did you see the formations and playfakes we were running at them?? The guy uses formations I couldn't even dream up in Madden. 4 guys in the backfield, pistol options, trips sets, etc. etc. etc. Granted RG is fantastic at the play fake but let's give KS credit here. The offense looks state-of-the-art.

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I am so excited, after being a diehard fan from another city (Chicago) with no ties whatsoever to DC, since 1972, this guy Griffin makes me cry with joy every week. I'm ecstatic and we have been blessed as fans just as was Baylor.
Amen brother. My thoughts exactly (with a couple tweaks)...

I am so excited, after being a diehard fan from another city (Montreal) with no ties whatsoever to DC, since 1981, this guy Griffin makes me cry with joy every week. I'm ecstatic and we have been blessed as fans just as was Baylor.
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Old 12-04-2012, 01:50 PM   #216
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By the way, a little something extra from our owner: Dan Snyder animated after Washington Redskins' win - NFL.com

I have to say, I like it. Good for you, Mr. Snyder.
got to admit, when he took his hand out of the cookie jar, and let allen in the kitchen, he finally started to grow on me.
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Old 12-04-2012, 01:56 PM   #217
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I gotta agree with the CrazyCanuck, while Kyle's scheme's seemed a bit off at times, the Giants Defensive End's rarely had any idea what the heck was going on. The plays may look goofy but I can imagine standing there ready to blitz and being like "wait, RB, FB, and a WR surround the QB and there are 3 TE's... who do i chip? Who to I drop to cover for, wait am I blitzing, which one of these guys is gunna' pick me up.... well none of them did last time, so what does that mean on this play?" Meanwhile, small motion by Paulsen who goes back to his original spot, a quick hike and Morris sticking his helmet in my chest.

Me getting up whit Al-Mo standing half on top of me.... "What the hell just happened?" and hearing First down Alfred Morris on the speakers.
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got to admit, when he took his hand out of the cookie jar, and let allen in the kitchen, he finally started to grow on me.
And he was overheard saying it, so it isn't like he's out there trash talking or making quotes about our opponents, unlike the owers of the two teams we just beat. And given the salary cap sanction, it is entirely natural for him to feel that way about the Giants.
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I just can't stop watching it. My God. That's awful.
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Another unsung hero is Trent Williams, Giants got "0" sacks.
I mean the stat is nice, but RG3 got trucked on several drop backs. It was kind of the theme of the first half and Gruden spoke to it at length. This offense just can't pass protect. It's a legit concern.
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I just can't stop watching it. My God. That's awful.
Yeah, that's gotta be a break on top of some tears, have they announced anything officially yet?
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Old 12-04-2012, 02:11 PM   #223
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I mean the stat is nice, but RG3 got trucked on several drop backs. It was kind of the theme of the first half and Gruden spoke to it at length. This offense just can't pass protect. It's a legit concern.
I thought the Redskins offensive line did a great job keeping Griffin III healthy and upright. The Giants defensive front are great at penetrating and Griffin III got rid of the ball in time to avoid sacks. But the Giants pass rush is almost impossible to completely contain.
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Also a lot of those hits were clearly after Griff had released the ball, some may have been, but I'm not calling roughing the passer cause i don't expect anyone to be able to stop their momentum in mid air after sprinting as hard as they can at someone.

I'd say the line managed fine, Now Trent did miss one arm tackle that they highlighted on TV but other then that his blocking was stellar all around getting to second level blocks on almost every play.
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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.
I'm more worried about Roman or Gruden going to Philly or Dallas. And I still think it's basically irrelevent who schemes our offense. We have the most dynamic QB in the league right now and plenty of talent surrounding him. If this regime can get the defense right (top 10 say) we'll be a contender for the SB, but that's the big ? at this point.
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