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Old 01-03-2013, 10:17 AM   #91
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Mike and Mike dislike RG3, everyone knows this. One of the biggest reasons I want Notre Dame to lose is to be able to watch Mike and Mike the next day and watch Golic cry.
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:18 AM   #92
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Mike and Mike dislike RG3, everyone knows this. One of the biggest reasons I want Notre Dame to lose is to be able to watch Mike and Mike the next day and watch Golic cry.
Where do you come up with this crap?
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:32 AM   #93
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RGIII's stock has dropped dramatically, even as we continue to win games. I understand his injury, and last game he missed a couple throws he normally makes, but still he has the best rookie passer rating, and only 5 ints.

I admit that I expected a far different performance Sunday night (passing wise) but his value is more than just the individual pass plays. He's there pushing, and prodding and exhorting the team and individual players.
It's all about TD passes first and passing yards second for a lot of so called "Analysts". RG3 hasn't been great at the former lately and the latter all year. He's a beast when it comes to QBR though. And wins for that matter! Maybe he'll see this and use it as motivation.
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:43 AM   #94
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Old 01-03-2013, 01:02 PM   #95
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I heard that too and just laughed. I thought it was Luck #5 and RG3 #6? Either way.

Maybe they were downgrading him based on his injury, which shouldn't be as much of a factor as they want it to be. Did they not see him run for 60 yards on Sunday night?? Plus it's based on the opponent, and everyone has a hard-on for Seattle's D.
I think the legend of the Seahawks defense is being largely overblown. Since Halloween they have faced (in order) Christian Ponder, Mark Sanchez, Ryan Tannehill, Jay Cutler, Ryan Lindley, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Colin Kaepernick and Sam Bradford. Not really a murderers row of QB there. I'd put RG3 ahead of all of them. Not to mention, the best back they faced in that group was Matt Forte who has been dinged up all season or Frank Gore who got 6 carries because Seattle put up 28 1st half points.

Not discounting that Seattle has a decent defense but some are making them out to be the second coming of the 85 Bears and they need to pull up a little.
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:47 PM   #96
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Sherman talks smack. It's who he is. For the most part, he has done a good job backing it up.
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:51 PM   #97
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Sherman talks smack. It's who he is. For the most part, he has done a good job backing it up.
Im curious to see how those speed players are going to do on our crap field of painted sand. Planting, making a cut, ect are all a bit different at fedex, especially coming from their surface in Seattle.
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Old 01-03-2013, 08:49 PM   #98
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IAm Josh Wilson, cornerback for the Washington Redskins, AMA : IAmA

Josh Wilson did a AMA on Reddit today.




Here is for the lazy people.

overview for Redskinsdotcom

All his answers in one spot. Just click "context" to see what the question was.
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:00 PM   #99
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^^^ He had an interesting response to the question "who was the toughest you faced" saying it was tougher to face a good QB than a good WR. According to Wilson, an average QB with Megatron is not as scary as an average WR with Tom Brady. Makes sense to me, but I never thought of it that way.
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Old 01-03-2013, 11:50 PM   #100
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Mike and Mike are still on the radio?

And people still listen to that shit?


Mind blown.
LOL this.
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Hearing if Robert wears knee brace, it will be less restrictive.
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:55 AM   #102
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Hearing if Robert wears knee brace, it will be less restrictive.
Loyal readers of this site already knew a couple of days ago that he was wearing a less restrictive brace

I was surprised to hear this morning though that he may not actually wear a brace..but our buddy HTTR247 is well plugged in
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Loyal readers of this site already knew a couple of days ago that he was wearing a less restrictive brace

I was surprised to hear this morning though that he may not actually wear a brace..but our buddy HTTR247 is well plugged in
Been wondering about him lately ... at the bye he was relaying some real doom and gloom about our D, how London wasn't talking to Haz, the D coaches were bickering, etc.

Since then I have read quite a few articles commending Haz and the coaches that quote players saying Haz has really done a great job, Haz quoted as saying Fletch is the smartest football player he's coached, etc.

Just wondering if the inside scoop matches the love being spread in the paper and, if so, what caused the turnaround b/c his earlier reports made it sound pretty much unfixable. They had me really depressed.
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Been wondering about him lately ... at the bye he was relaying some real doom and gloom about our D, how London wasn't talking to Haz, the D coaches were bickering, etc.

Since then I have read quite a few articles commending Haz and the coaches that quote players saying Haz has really done a great job, Haz quoted as saying Fletch is the smartest football player he's coached, etc.

Just wondering if the inside scoop matches the love being spread in the paper and, if so, what caused the turnaround b/c his earlier reports made it sound pretty much unfixable. They had me really depressed.
Sometimes all it takes is one guy making some changes and relationships heal up. I mean the story is well known that after the buy Haz just mixed it all up and changed the basic approach. Maybe he changed his style of leadership too.
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Old 01-04-2013, 10:21 AM   #105
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Been wondering about him lately ... at the bye he was relaying some real doom and gloom about our D, how London wasn't talking to Haz, the D coaches were bickering, etc.

Since then I have read quite a few articles commending Haz and the coaches that quote players saying Haz has really done a great job, Haz quoted as saying Fletch is the smartest football player he's coached, etc.

Just wondering if the inside scoop matches the love being spread in the paper and, if so, what caused the turnaround b/c his earlier reports made it sound pretty much unfixable. They had me really depressed.
Well, I think Haz has always had a lot of respect for Fletch as a player. And I wouldn't say Fletch wouldn't talk to Haz just that things were strained.

I think allowing Fletch to be a bigger part of the game plan has helped. I don't know but it looks like Haz is now coaching/behaving with less insecurity. I don't mean job security necessarily. I mean more like he's willing to listen other coaches/players without feeling it's a knock on his ego.

As I understood it anyway, the tension was more on the offensive side. But you'd have to ask HTTR247 for his own perspective
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