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Old 12-07-2012, 10:27 AM   #106
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Actually yes. =)

LOL! Just being a guy. Of course if she talked me up in a bar and I was single I be drooling all over the place. Tehre are guys that complain about Kate Upton.
kate upton... OMG, now THATS a specimen.

people complain about HER?!?!!?! WHAAATT!?
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Old 12-07-2012, 10:34 AM   #107
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kate upton... OMG, now THATS a specimen.

people complain about HER?!?!!?! WHAAATT!?
You can always find people to complain.
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Old 12-07-2012, 10:35 AM   #108
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I would say the only way this could happen is if we had a stronger defense and better special teams. RG3 would need multiple opportunities starting on "short fields" cause by our d getting turnovers and our return guys breaking long returns. So probably not, plus Kyle and Shanny are continuely to feed the ball to Alfmo, which is a positive the offense isnt entirely on his shoulders.
Got to disagree. All it takes is for RGIII to recognize an exploitable D formation and the WR's to run the right routes. We've already seen what the long bomb can do. If he can put up 28 in a Qtr he can potentially do to someone what the Eagles did to us that time.

I don't believe this is predicated on Kyle/Dad reining RGIII in. If the ball is there then he will launch it. We'll see a 50+ point game this season, probably the next Eagles game.

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Yeah, they're called losers.
Right....I mean she's a decent looking woman who loves the Redskins and dresses up in sexy outfits for all to enjoy...let's not get too picky here internet message board people.
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on my behalf, i keed.
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Goes to show what having a bona fide superstar can do for your psyche ... I know RG3 had two straight 4 TD games but I am wondering what his ceiling is. Any chance he goes off for 5 or 6 tds in a game this year? No doubt he will do it at some point in his career, but I am curious to see if he could do it as a rookie. Wins are the most important stat but still...
RG3's best chances to put up those kinds of numbers in his rookie season may come against the Cowboys or the Eagles. He had solid games against both of these teams a few weeks ago so he's capable of duplicating that success.
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The Redskins Blog | Paulsen: New Offense Was ‘Culture Shock’
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Old 12-07-2012, 11:24 AM   #113
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Very good article. Thanks
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Old 12-07-2012, 11:25 AM   #114
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Great read! I hope Kyle does extend with us. This offense has so much potential and it confuses the hell out of defenses. Love it!
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Old 12-07-2012, 11:47 AM   #115
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Very good article. Thanks
There's a good article in the WaPo about Kyle

Washington Redskins’ Kyle Shanahan: A lifetime of proving he belongs - The Washington Post
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Old 12-07-2012, 12:30 PM   #116
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Good read.. I wonder if a succession plan will be built into his next contract.. Figure Mike gets a 3 year extension in 2013 and Kyle maybe takes over in 2015 coming off of a SB win?
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Great read! I hope Kyle does extend with us. This offense has so much potential and it confuses the hell out of defenses. Love it!
I also came away from this article impressed with Paulsen. In particular, his observation of how the offense has developed under Kyle seems spot on: “He’s growing the offense,” Paulsen said of Shanahan. “He’s kind of the gardener for this team. He’s done a great job of making sure that we’re ready to go and that we’re in a great position to be successful each week, which is really special.”

I don't think I have ever heard anyone refer to a football coach as a gardener -- but it does seem an apt analogy.
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I have admired KS's work for some time - No, he's not wunderkind, but he clearly "gets it". The part I particularly liked in the article was the emphasis on his "command" of the offensive team. You look at the guy and think "Man, he's just a kid ... what vet coach is really going to respect him." or "Sure, players like him 'cause he's practically in their peer group - but, do they respect him when he calls them out ... or is it just seen as a temper tantrum."

I heard somewhere that one of Morris' downfalls as a head coach was that he was the players' pal as an assistant/position coach and that, when he became head coach, players weren't receptive to the sterner/bottom-line mentality that you have to have as the ultimate authority. I worry that, if KS were to become HC here, there may be that effect. Not sure though.

Ultimately, I think KS is going to make somebody a helluva head coach. It might be another 5-10 years, but he will win a SB as a HC.
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I have admired KS's work for some time - No, he's not wunderkind, but he clearly "gets it". The part I particularly liked in the article was the emphasis on his "command" of the offensive team. You look at the guy and think "Man, he's just a kid ... what vet coach is really going to respect him." or "Sure, players like him 'cause he's practically in their peer group - but, do they respect him when he calls them out ... or is it just seen as a temper tantrum."

I heard somewhere that one of Morris' downfalls as a head coach was that he was the players' pal as an assistant/position coach and that, when he became head coach, players weren't receptive to the sterner/bottom-line mentality that you have to have as the ultimate authority. I worry that, if KS were to become HC here, there may be that effect. Not sure though.

Ultimately, I think KS is going to make somebody a helluva head coach. It might be another 5-10 years, but he will win a SB as a HC.
It IS a difficult transition to be promoted and supervise the group you once worked with......
But as you say......somewhere
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That's an excellent telling of Kyle's story. I really hope that he and Griffin grow together for several years.
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