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Old 12-10-2012, 01:33 AM   #376
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Actually all three of our next games will be hard.

Cleveland game - coming off a win, we may be without RG3, may be tough.
Eagles game - Foles almost throwing for 400yds this week, nothing to lose
Cowboys - always dangerous, likely the game that decides playoffs.


If RG3 is healthy, we have a chance to run the table, but there are no guarantees..
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:06 AM   #377
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So you think we are going to drop two of our last three and your not a negative nancy?
That's Bucket for ya. He's the same guy who was trying to make fun of guys who want to get rid of Brown because he's always injured, then said he liked Brown, "When he could play." He's a walking talking contradiction. I think I know what the Bucket is full of. Anyway..great game..thank God RG3 is ok...we are rolling baby! Oh...and Merry Christmas Goat!
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:06 AM   #378
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People should already know with our defense there will be no easy games ever. Cleveland is stout, Eagles and Cowboys are both playing better.
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:29 AM   #379
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I think we need to educate more people on this board about how tough Cleveland will be.

A lot of people here just look at the media, or the record, or both and just say "Oh Cleveland has a bad record; typical Cleveland; we should win"

I'll say this again, I'm as nervous going into this game as I was with the panthers game...
What??? It's the browns. It's not like the redskins play down to there competition or anything
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:30 AM   #380
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I dont think anybody is saying there are easy games. I think what people are saying is we would rather play the Browns than the Falcons next week. Or the Eagles instead of the Ravens the week after. I think that is a reasonable way to think. Nobody on here needs to be educated on the fact that we could possibly lose a game. Lol.
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Flacco underthrew that. Had he thrown it in stride, that goes for 6. That isn't on Smith. Can't speak about him misjudging the ball recently, but that didn't appear to be the case today. Flacco's main problem is his consistency.
I disagree Smith slowed and then had to accelerate to catch up to the ball. Regardless I think the problem for them does stem from Flacco inaccuracey on the long ball, but if you get a chance to watch any more Ravens games watch Smith's reactions to the throws. Something definitely is up on that end as well.
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I think we need to educate more people on this board about how tough Cleveland will be.

A lot of people here just look at the media, or the record, or both and just say "Oh Cleveland has a bad record; typical Cleveland; we should win"

I'll say this again, I'm as nervous going into this game as I was with the panthers game...
Cleveland is a very tough game. Their D is no joke and if they played in another division people would know more about them. This is exactly the type of game that the Redskins would drop in the past.
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Cleveland is a very tough game. Their D is no joke and if they played in another division people would know more about them. This is exactly the type of game that the Redskins would drop in the past.
Everygame is the type of game the redskins would drop in the past......
Edit: I mean this isnt the past. There arent a whole lot of times I can remember where we were 3-6 and rattled off three strait division wins than a win like yesterday. Again - nobody is saying Cleveland is horrible or that the Redskins have no chance of ever losing again but there are not a whole lot of teams I would rather play more than them at the end of the day.
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OH well...........

Super bowl or bust, **** it. If we can rattle off 6 or 7 wins in a row, there is no reason we cannot win the super bowl. Boy I wish our defense was a little better though. DHall really needs to take a long walk off a short pier tho......

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So glad to hear that Griffin III is OK. We definitely need him down the stretch if we're going to get into the playoffs.

I don't think anybody here is discounting the importance and the difficulty of winning out, but I would much rather the Redskins have the path they have now to get to the playoffs, rather than say, the Patriots, Falcons, and Texans.
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OH well...........

Super bowl or bust, **** it. If we can rattle off 6 or 7 wins in a row, there is no reason we cannot win the super bowl. Boy I wish our defense was a little better though. DHall really needs to take a long walk off a short pier tho......

Hail.
I would put some of the blame on Williams. It looked like he was late getting over on those TD's.
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Old 12-10-2012, 08:51 AM   #388
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On draft weekend, Michigan State's Kirk Cousins thought there were a lot of teams that might pick him. Washington wasn't one of them, not after taking Robert Griffin III in the first round. But the Redskins took him at pick 102. "I was scratching my head too,'' Cousins said Sunday evening, "I think like a lot of people were."

But Cousins settled into a support role for Griffin, and they became good friends. Cousins, a team source told me, has been an excellent guy for Griffin to bounce ideas and frustrations off of. "A football career is a marathon, not a sprint,'' said Cousins. "And I realize how good it is for my career that I'm in a place where the game is taught so well. If I ever want to coach someday, now I know all about the zone-read scheme, and that's something that may grow in the game as the years go on.''

So Cousins was on the sideline -- "with my overcoat on for about three hours'' -- when Griffin hurt his knee against the Ravens. Washington trailed 28-20, and Cousins got to three five or six passes in haste on the sideline, trying to get the blood flowing a little on a raw day at Fedex Field. He hustled onto the field on 3rd-and-6 from the Washington 40 with 1:42 to go; his crossing-pattern pass to Pierre Garcon was on target, but Garcon got mugged by backup cornerback Chris Johnson, and interference was called. Now Griffin came back for four snaps before the knee was just too painful to move, and back came Cousins. Second-and-20, Baltimore 26. Cousins found Leonard Hankerson open for 15. Now 36 seconds left. Timeout. Third-and-5. Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan called a play with Cousins, in the pocket, instructed to take his time, survey his options, and pick the most open one.

"I didn't like the look I got right away,'' Cousins said. "Something inside me said to take off and try to make a play. That's what you do sometimes as a quarterback. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.''

But how many sometimes come when you're cold off the bench, with your team's playoff life at stake?

Not many sometimes.

"It happened so fast,'' Cousins said. "I definitely didn't want to take a sack. We weren't playing The Little Sisters of the Poor out there. I was out of the pocket, and I just channeled my inner RGIII, and Pierre got open in the corner of the end zone.''

Cousins threw a perfect ball, over one corner and just before the safety came in to hit Garcon. Touchdown.

Now it was 28-26. Two-point conversion. The call was quarterback draw all the way. Cousins saw a hole and made it past the goal line before Ed Reed could blast him. Tie game. Washington got a long punt return and won on Kai Forbath's field goal in overtime.

"One of the things I've learned about being a quarterback,'' said Cousins, and for a minute, he sounded like a Penn professor of Football 101 with a tweed coat on, "is that it's a balance between being a robot and being an artist. On the touchdown to Garcon, that's being an artist; you don't really know how it's going to look, but you've just got to get out of the pocket and create something. On the two-point conversion, you're a robot. You take the play and do what's called, because you know if it's blocked the right way and set up the right way, it'll work -- the quarterback just executes it."

Cousins did his first NFL spike in the end zone after the robot play. When he got to the sideline, Griffin hugged him and said, "Thank you." A region of fans said the same thing.
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Good read on Cousins ^

Still can't believe we pulled that one out. Down 8, RG3 gets hurt, and we manage to take to OT and win?! Unreal.
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Good read on Cousins ^

Still can't believe we pulled that one out. Down 8, RG3 gets hurt, and we manage to take to OT and win?! Unreal.
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