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Old 01-07-2013, 08:15 AM   #181
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Are you kidding me? At one point late in the game we had 143 yards of offense. They fumbled on the one yard line. Wilson missed a couple of routine TD passes. We were outplayed by a better team. Even with RG3 healthy is there any way to say we win the game? Does he play defense too? Is anyone around here capable of just giving Seattle credit? They're a damn good football team.
I agree. There were two plays on the same drive where Wilson missed wide open receivers and they had to settle for field goals. They fumbled the ball on the one yard line with a running back who usually can get you 6 down there. We allowed them to convert key third downs and committed penalties at the worst times. Redskins allowed 224 yards on the ground at 6.1 YPC. How many games do you think you will win with that kind of defense? Only way the Skins win and definitively the only way the Skins would win in ATL is with a healthy RG3. Great season. Skins lost to a better team.
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:16 AM   #182
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You are right but it is not simple as it looked like. Shanny obviously contemplated the idea of pulling Griffin out of the game but Griffin convinced him not to. Based on this move, it seem like Griffin has earned Shanny's trust before this game and Shanny decided to bank on it. People always want to blame someone and Shanny is the easiest target to blame it on. Perhaps you guys should blame it on Montgomery for snapping the ball low to the point where Griffin could not pick it up and aggravated the injury? Or even blame it on Griffin for not swallow his pride and decide to step down? There were several factors that collided together to this point, there is no simple answer.

This situation is something that I'm not upset about. I thought we should have played Cousins in 2nd half, but I am not upset at Shanny for not making the move. Shanny did what he believed was right and I'm sticking with him. I love coaches who does what he/she believes is right and not give in to outsiders' wishes.
I agree that he should have pulled RG3 at halftime. But I also think RG3 has earned the right to stay in the game and that's why we wasn't pulled. He's earned MS's trust. RG3 was hurting the team and should have pulled himself, but we know that wasn't going to happen. I think they're both to blame.
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:18 AM   #183
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I agree. There were two plays on the same drive where Wilson missed wide open receivers and they had to settle for field goals. They fumbled the ball on the one yard line with a running back who usually can get you 6 down there. We allowed them to convert key third downs and committed penalties at the worst times. Redskins allowed 224 yards on the ground at 6.1 YPC. How many games do you think you will win with that kind of defense? Only way the Skins win and definitively the only way the Skins would win in ATL is with a healthy RG3. Great season. Skins lost to a better team.
Not many if any. They gave us a taste of our own medicine when they're offense was on the field.
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So I check pft today and they are saying the skins fear that griffs injury is worse this time around.. fml. Good morning to me, oh and that Fletcher may have played his last game yesterday..
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:22 AM   #185
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shanahan coached griff's knee right into peril, milli vanilli saw it
THAT's BS....he clearly held his knee.....back
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Are you kidding me? At one point late in the game we had 143 yards of offense. They fumbled on the one yard line. Wilson missed a couple of routine TD passes. We were outplayed by a better team. Even with RG3 healthy is there any way to say we win the game? Does he play defense too? Is anyone around here capable of just giving Seattle credit? They're a damn good football team.
Griffin doesn't play defense but if he completes a few passes those drives never take place.

I guess Griffins inadequate play had nothing to do with the 143 yard output?

How many yards did we put up before the knee injury? 129 in the 1st & after that he was done.

A injury and a bad coaching decision did far more damage than the Seattle D or O.

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RG III should have come out of the game - NFC East Blog - ESPN


Dan Graziano does some good work for ESPN, and he hit another home run with this blog.
Tony K does not agree....
Lots of differing opinions
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Griffin doesn't play defense but if he completes a few passes those drives never take place.

I guess Griffins inadequate play had nothing to do with the 143 yard output?

How many yards did we put up before the knee injury? A injury and a bad coaching decision did far more damage than the Seattle D or O.
I'm just not the type that thinks that when we lose a game and are clearly outplayed, that it was all our doing. We gave up 200+ on the ground. We just didn't get the job done.
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Great season, I just hated seeing them go out like that. I hate what if losses. "What if Griff was 100%? Looking foward to free agency and the draft. It is just the idea that we don't play another meaningful game until September is the part I always hate.
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Great game by Reed Doughty, I have been a hater of him for sometime but he was lights out last night. Chasing down Wilson and all.

I hate the Seahawks! I am so glad they got ATL now they have to fly across America again. Go Flacons!!!!!
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I'm just not the type that thinks that when we lose a game and are clearly outplayed, that it was all our doing. We gave up 200+ on the ground. We just didn't get the job done.
We lost and that is all that matters. However, it's hard not to give up big yards when a non injured QB has a 80 yard and 54 yard drive and after the injury..... drives of 13, 3, 23, 4, 17 and -19.
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So I check pft today and they are saying the skins fear that griffs injury is worse this time around.. fml. Good morning to me, oh and that Fletcher may have played his last game yesterday..
Torn MCL is what I heard
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On The Knee - Shanny made a gut call and all but admitted he was wrong. In doing so, he seems to have considered the right factors (how is he playing, what's the med. staff saying, what's the athlete saying). The man has more experience with injured players than anyone on this board - I think he has earned the right to go with his gut.

As to the season - Wow. These last 8 weeks have been a great, great ride. We won the division, swept Dallas, made Tony Romo cry ... Thank you Skins! As someone else said, this crazy train is just starting to roll. Climb on board and enjoy the ride.
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Torn MCL is what I heard
We're getting off easy if that's all it is. Hope the ACL isn't involved too.
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Torn MCL is what I heard
If so, while not good, a torn MCL is not nearly as damaging as a torn ACL. Depending on the severity, surgery on a torn MCL may not even be necessary.

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On average, it takes six weeks for a MCL injury to heal. The initial treatment for most grade 1, 2 or 3 MCL tears focuses on reducing the pain and inflammation in the knee while immobilizing the knee to keep it stabilized. ...

If the torn ligament does not heal sufficiently, you may experience instability in the joint, and you will be more susceptible to re-injury. The MCL usually responds very well to non-surgical treatment, although surgery may be required in rare cases. Depending on the severity of the injury, a period of rest, bracing and physical therapy usually is sufficient to heal the tear.

Once the MCL has healed fully, you should have a minimum of long-term effects, providing there was no other damage to the knee.

Recovery times differ depending on the severity of the injury:

ĽA minor, or grade 1, MCL tear can take from a few days to a week and a half to heal sufficiently for you to return to normal activities, including sports.
ĽA grade 2 tear can take from two to four weeks to heal.
ĽA grade 3 tear usually takes from four to eight weeks to heal, unless it is associated with damage to the ACL, in which case the recovery time may be longer.
MCL Tear Treatment | Conditions & Treatments | UCSF Medical Center

As long as the ACL is not injured, I think all will be fine.
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