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Old 01-06-2013, 10:44 PM   #151
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Everyone is so happy to just call this a successful overachieving season and how much we accomplished with injuries. I for one am not satisfied, however this is innexscusable. Seattle WAS NOT the better team and You dont score 14 points early in the 1st quarter and not score again at home without calling it bad coaching. Morris had 60 yards on 11 rushes in the first half yet you go away from him. You clearly see your QB limping on 1 leg in the FIRST quarter yet mike thinks he'll be able to finish the game effective and keep him in.3rd and 10 and 3rd and 12 the defense cant get off the field. Sad,because in a playoff game when you are up 14 -0 at home and you have momentum from the crowd to keep running it down their throats and control the game, the coaches lay down and are satisfied with a 14-13 lead for most of the game which we all knew the inevitable. It never clicked in the coaches heads that this is the playoffs and losers go home. I am not satisfied or happy because this game should have been a win. This game to me was easier than Dallas, Bmore and NY Giants however we played down to Seattle, got conservative and gave the game away.
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:45 PM   #152
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Not at all joking, it looked poor from an organization standpoint. First playoff game in 10 plus year and you want to show off Fed Ex. It was a joke and not good for an already gimpy QB.
Said it last week too. Its a crappy field
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:46 PM   #153
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Why do you feel this way?
Well for one, Dr. Andrews is on the payroll for the explicit purpose of treating injured players. Everyone in the stadium knew that RG3 had gotten hurt when he came off the field in Baltimore. Dr. Andrews has to go find him. It's not up to RG3 to seek Andrews out.

Secondly, Shanahan probably asked some other coach/staff member on the sideline something to the extent of "Check on Robert (while I actually, you know, coach the game)". Few minutes later..."What's up with Robert?" Asst Coach: "Says he's fine."

"ok"

In other words, Shanahan probably left it up to others, including Dr. Andrews, to update on the status of RG3 while he tended to the game. Someone, someones, gave him the assurance RG3 was good to go and he went with it.
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Washington Redskins’ playoff loss cannot dampen their surprising season - The Washington Post
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:49 PM   #155
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Everyone is so happy to just call this a successful overachieving season and how much we accomplished with injuries. I for one am not satisfied, however this is innexscusable. Seattle WAS NOT the better team and You dont score 14 points early in the 1st quarter and not score again at home without calling it bad coaching. Morris had 60 yards on 11 rushes in the first half yet you go away from him. You clearly see your QB limping on 1 leg in the FIRST quarter yet mike thinks he'll be able to finish the game effective and keep him in.3rd and 10 and 3rd and 12 the defense cant get off the field. Sad,because in a playoff game when you are up 14 -0 at home and you have momentum from the crowd to keep running it down their throats and control the game, the coaches lay down and are satisfied with a 14-13 lead for most of the game which we all knew the inevitable. It never clicked in the coaches heads that this is the playoffs and losers go home. I am not satisfied or happy because this game should have been a win. This game to me was easier than Dallas, Bmore and NY Giants however we played down to Seattle, got conservative and gave the game away.
You answered your own statement, with an injured QB, we could only do so much. You can only grind Morris so much before you have to pass and RG3 wasn't getting it done. That knee nagged him to the point where his passing was, pretty terrible. Maybe it's RG3's fault for being stubborn and staying in when he should've thrown in the towel, maybe it's Shanahan's fault for not pulling RG3 at half. But we had to play conservative to protect an already injured QB.

I think we should've won and possibly could've if Cousins was put in at the half but, it is what it is.
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Well for one, Dr. Andrews is on the payroll for the explicit purpose of treating injured players. Everyone in the stadium knew that RG3 had gotten hurt when he came off the field in Baltimore. Dr. Andrews has to go find him. It's not up to RG3 to seek Andrews out.

Secondly, Shanahan probably asked some other coach/staff member on the sideline something to the extent of "Check on Robert (while I actually, you know, coach the game)". Few minutes later..."What's up with Robert?" Asst Coach: "Says he's fine."

"ok"

In other words, Shanahan probably left it up to others, including Dr. Andrews, to update on the status of RG3 while he tended to the game. Someone, someones, gave him the assurance RG3 was good to go and he went with it.
I can believe this scenario happening. The bold part I've highlighted concerns me and something that Skinzman brought up here.

http://www.thewarpath.net/redskins-l...tml#post984144 (RG3 cleared to play (update))

It was a very valid point and something that needs to be addressed. Seems like failure all the way around. Dr. Andrews in the Dec 10 game, and Mike in this game. Hell, listening to Dr. Andrews and his concerns about the knee, you have to worry about why he was even playing to begin with. (understand he passed the tests)
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I feel like we can 2nd guess this crap to death, in the end though it doesn't overshadow the fact we had a damn good season. I'm already moving on and getting ready for the offseason. Bring on free agency and the draft!
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Everyone is so happy to just call this a successful overachieving season and how much we accomplished with injuries. I for one am not satisfied, however this is innexscusable. Seattle WAS NOT the better team and You dont score 14 points early in the 1st quarter and not score again at home without calling it bad coaching. Morris had 60 yards on 11 rushes in the first half yet you go away from him. You clearly see your QB limping on 1 leg in the FIRST quarter yet mike thinks he'll be able to finish the game effective and keep him in.3rd and 10 and 3rd and 12 the defense cant get off the field. Sad,because in a playoff game when you are up 14 -0 at home and you have momentum from the crowd to keep running it down their throats and control the game, the coaches lay down and are satisfied with a 14-13 lead for most of the game which we all knew the inevitable. It never clicked in the coaches heads that this is the playoffs and losers go home. I am not satisfied or happy because this game should have been a win. This game to me was easier than Dallas, Bmore and NY Giants however we played down to Seattle, got conservative and gave the game away.
You expected us to lose every game down the stretch...and now you're bitching?
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You expected us to lose every game down the stretch...and now you're bitching?





That made my night. Thanks.
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You expected us to lose every game down the stretch...and now you're bitching?
Rabble rabble rabble! I demand heads! Fire the coaches! Cut RG3! Riot at Fedex! That'll show em!
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Everyone is so happy to just call this a successful overachieving season and how much we accomplished with injuries. I for one am not satisfied, however this is innexscusable. Seattle WAS NOT the better team and You dont score 14 points early in the 1st quarter and not score again at home without calling it bad coaching. Morris had 60 yards on 11 rushes in the first half yet you go away from him. You clearly see your QB limping on 1 leg in the FIRST quarter yet mike thinks he'll be able to finish the game effective and keep him in.3rd and 10 and 3rd and 12 the defense cant get off the field. Sad,because in a playoff game when you are up 14 -0 at home and you have momentum from the crowd to keep running it down their throats and control the game, the coaches lay down and are satisfied with a 14-13 lead for most of the game which we all knew the inevitable. It never clicked in the coaches heads that this is the playoffs and losers go home. I am not satisfied or happy because this game should have been a win. This game to me was easier than Dallas, Bmore and NY Giants however we played down to Seattle, got conservative and gave the game away.
We are now considered a much better team than Seattle?

We went from a bunch of no talent bums with a past his prime Coach who hires his family over good football people and couldnt recognize a good player to build a football team to a team that should never lose again... and my ice hasnt even melted in my coke yet...

Being a Redskins fan can be confusing at times.

Just a note to think about for the future:

2 rookie candidates for Rookie of the Year (out of 5 total).

Won the last 7 Rookie of the Week's of the season. As well as winning 11 of the 17 ROW's total for the year (Griffin - 7, Morris - 3, KC - 1). Redskins rookies won it 11 times, the rest of the rookies in the NFL won it 6 times, with Luck grabbing 3 of those.

The future looks bright. HTTR!
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I feel like we can 2nd guess this crap to death, in the end though it doesn't overshadow the fact we had a damn good season. I'm already moving on and getting ready for the offseason. Bring on free agency and the draft!
Amen.

I am not happy it is over, but this season was much better than I expected and the future looks bright. Now it's time to look at how this team can take another step or two towards the ultimate goal...
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shanahan coached griff's knee right into peril, milli vanilli saw it
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I want to rewind to14-0. The turning point to me was when we were driving again and it was 3rd and 2. Griff had plenty of room to pick up the two yards. He didnt even really have to run it was like take a step or two and go down. He wound up throwing a bad ball in the dirt and i felt like thats when the air started coming out of the balloon.
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