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Old 12-05-2012, 12:17 PM   #316
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took it from NFL's stat page.
I would still lean towards the 223 lb stat from the combine. But going back to the topic, I don't see how his "style of play" which is pass first, and run if need be is gonna magically get him hurt.
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:22 PM   #317
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Re: Giants at Redskins Post Game Thread

Anybody remember this?

Jason Pierre-Paul, New York Giants prepare to face Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins - ESPN New York

JPP saying don't bring it to his side in regards to the first game.


QB Griffin, 46-yd, run - NFL Videos




Now I can see why he didn't want us to bring it to his side. So we wouldn't make him look like a total clown on national TV



I can see why Coughlin had this look on his face most of the night.

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Old 12-05-2012, 12:30 PM   #318
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JPP was absolutely owned by "Bob" this year.
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:32 PM   #319
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Anybody remember this?

Jason Pierre-Paul, New York Giants prepare to face Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins - ESPN New York

JPP saying don't bring it to his side in regards to the first game.


QB Griffin, 46-yd, run - NFL Videos




Now I can see why he didn't want us to bring it to his side. So we wouldn't make him look like a total clown on national TV



I can see why Coughlin had this look on his face most of the night.

There has been a many a coach have that look when facing a good triple option team. Just usually not in the NFL!!!!
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:38 PM   #320
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I would still lean towards the 223 lb stat from the combine. But going back to the topic, I don't see how his "style of play" which is pass first, and run if need be is gonna magically get him hurt.
I agree with the 223 part, but even at 217, he's not some scrawny pencil thin guy. My only point was Eli is 2 inches taller at the same listed weight, and Favre, the qb iron man, was the same height and basically the same weight. As Matty said, he will put bulk on in the offseasons and his frame certainly looks to support it.
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:47 PM   #321
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Worrying about RGIII getting hurt is a waste of time. Like everyone in the NFL he will have his injuries. That is why you develop guys like cousins. Brady, Manning, etc...have all had their lost seasons sadly RGIII will also; just a inherent risk of the game.
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:53 PM   #322
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The solution to RGIII getting hit is to have a capable backup who can execute the same offense. Or a close approximation. We're a little short there right now.
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:55 PM   #323
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Re: Giants at Redskins Post Game Thread

Can anyone find and or post the pick of JPP on the sideline with his helmet sitting on his head where he just looks like he has no clue on what to do to stop Griff. It was at the end of the game but I can't find an image.
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Old 12-05-2012, 01:20 PM   #324
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The solution to RGIII getting hit is to have a capable backup who can execute the same offense. Or a close approximation. We're a little short there right now.
Thats like saying the solution to getting in a car accident is to make sure you have a good second car. Thats a horrible plan. The real solution is to drive safely so that you can avoid getting into an accident to begin with.

The solution to RGIII is to do everything you reasonably can to prevent him from taking too many unnecessary big hits. You dont change your offense. You dont tell him not to run. You PROTECT him buy upgrading the offensive line. Otherwise, if RGIII gets hurt and a backup comes in, the backup will just get hit just as much, if not more, than RGIII. Then what do you do when that guy goes down? Fix the problem and you dont need 10 backup QBs who are "close approximations" of RGIII.
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Old 12-05-2012, 01:22 PM   #325
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RG3 can help himself too by getting the ball out quicker. That will come with more experience, and part of it is the guy is fearless and isn't afraid to take a hit.
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The solution to RGIII getting hit is to have a capable backup who can execute the same offense. Or a close approximation. We're a little short there right now.
Heath Evan's suggested we get Mike Vick next offseason..Not Happening


anyway heres a great RG3 highlight video.

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Old 12-05-2012, 02:01 PM   #327
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I mean any idiot can call this offense, but still...fun to look at pictures

How did RG3, Redskins game plan Giants' Cover 2? | National Football Post
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Old 12-05-2012, 02:10 PM   #328
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I mean any idiot can call this offense, but still...fun to look at pictures

How did RG3, Redskins game plan Giants' Cover 2? | National Football Post
Its like a damn baby design those plays. I think Come'on Man on ESPN should just be renamed Come'on Kyle with Jaws taking us through the horrible job he is doing.


oH we blew the Giants defense mind for the second time this year? nevermind....
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Old 12-05-2012, 02:15 PM   #329
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I mean any idiot can call this offense, but still...fun to look at pictures

How did RG3, Redskins game plan Giants' Cover 2? | National Football Post
You're being sarcastic right? lol. Please say so..
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Old 12-05-2012, 02:16 PM   #330
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What about at the beginning of game,hell most of the game when we were on offense? Especially first half,when we were on offense,the crowd was especially silent.I commented on it in gameday thread,I dont remember it being that quiet in other games,seemed like there was no excitement in the stands whatsoever.Thats how it came across to me on tv.Of course crowd cheered when we made big plays and stuff.Mainly what im talking about is when team was in huddle {on off} and then go to line,crowd seemed unusually quiet to me,maybe it was just me?
Well, they want it quiet when we're on offense, yes?
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