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Old 01-08-2013, 07:47 PM   #106
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I figured.

Just wanted to get in the youth crack though.

How old are you anyway?
Don't worry about it sonny.

I came in this thread expecting a trainwreck, glad to see it didn't disappoint. Shit even FD got a zinger in. Jolly good job old beans.
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Old 01-08-2013, 08:16 PM   #107
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Never had much faith in Shanahan to begin with. Counting this season the man has won one playoff game in 14 years. But people still talk about him like he's a genius. He's an over the hill, arrogant snob of a coach and now his arrogance/stupidity has most likely cost the Redskins their franchise player. Anyone who thinks RG3 will come back the same is kidding themselves.
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Never had much faith in Shanahan to begin with. Counting this season the man has won one playoff game in 14 years. But people still talk about him like he's a genius. He's an over the hill, arrogant snob of a coach and now his arrogance/stupidity has most likely cost the Redskins their franchise player. Anyone who thinks RG3 will come back the same is kidding themselves.
Damn! Since you know the future, could you hook me up with some lotto ticket numbers?
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Anyone who thinks RG3 will come back the same is kidding themselves.

You mean like he did after his first ACL? oh wait....
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Everyone sure is coming out of the woodwork lately eh
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You mean like he did after his first ACL? oh wait....
zing. point well made. I talked about that earlier. However, I do have to cover myself by stating, for the record; injuries are like snowflakes, no two are alike....

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How many times do we have to hear this until we realize that maybe, JUST MAYBE, some of this blame should be on Robert himself? He knows his body better than anybody else, and God love him for being a warrior and willing to fight on one leg, but the coach does not have all the freakin' time in the world to go and chase down the doctor or his assistant coaches and inquire about every single injury. He's got coaching to do, he's got a game he was trying to win. There are a lot of would've, could've, should'ves floating around, but ya know, things happen. Move on. Wish Griffin the best, thank God for a great turnaround of a season. Things are bright for this team.
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Are all football forums filled with a bunch of drama queens like this?

Week 1 - Shanahan better get the job done this year.
Week 3 - Looks like Shanahan has turned the team around.
Week 5 - Shanahan is losing this team!
Week 7 - Shanahan has lost this team!
Week 9 - Fire Shanahan!
Week 11 - Maybe Shanahan is smarter than we thought!
Week 13 - Shanahan is saving his job!
Week 17 - Shanahan is a genius! What a bright future he's brought to us!
The next week - I've lost faith in Shanahan! I'm selling my RGIII jersey that has only hung in my closet all year!
We do have the best Arm chair quarterbacks in the league..
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Old 01-08-2013, 08:55 PM   #114
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To me the bottom line is this MS is the coach. He should have pulled RG3 after the 2'nd TD. And as far as that goes, he should not not have played him in the final regualr season games. I am not placing blame on MS but think about this. It would've been better for us to miss the playoff's and not risk a serious injury to RG3 so he can have a longer career... Now all is up in the air because of this injury. I don't think it is career threatening at this point but I DO BELIEVE he has shortened RG3's career at this point.
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Old 01-08-2013, 09:01 PM   #115
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I have heard and read a few "Football" people weigh in on this issue...like Jaws, Trent Dilfer, Herm Edwards, Mike Golic, Doc Walker and several others who either played the game or coached it.
ALL....universally...support Mike and his decision to play Robert under the circumstances.
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How many times do we have to hear this until we realize that maybe, JUST MAYBE, some of this blame should be on Robert himself? He knows his body better than anybody else, and God love him for being a warrior and willing to fight on one leg, but the coach does not have all the freakin' time in the world to go and chase down the doctor or his assistant coaches and inquire about every single injury. He's got coaching to do, he's got a game he was trying to win. There are a lot of would've, could've, should'ves floating around, but ya know, things happen. Move on. Wish Griffin the best, thank God for a great turnaround of a season. Things are bright for this team.
Yeah, lets blame Robert, the 22 year old kid with less than a year of experience playing in the NFL as opposed to blaming the coach who has over 30 years of coaching experiencing in the NFL and should know that when your QB can't run or complete a pass and is limping on one leg, maybe you should pull him out instead of sacrificing him to one of the dirtiest top defense in the league.
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Never had much faith in Shanahan to begin with. Counting this season the man has won one playoff game in 14 years. But people still talk about him like he's a genius. He's an over the hill, arrogant snob of a coach and now his arrogance/stupidity has most likely cost the Redskins their franchise player. Anyone who thinks RG3 will come back the same is kidding themselves.
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Old 01-08-2013, 10:27 PM   #118
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Forget whether or not anyone knew the extent of RGIII's at the time - they should have pulled him because he couldn't perform anymore! If he was hobbling around hurt but still making plays despite it all, that's one thing, but he couldn't do shit! Anyway, I hope the guy is able to recover and doesn't come back until he's 100%.
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Never had much faith in Shanahan to begin with. Counting this season the man has won one playoff game in 14 years. But people still talk about him like he's a genius. He's an over the hill, arrogant snob of a coach and now his arrogance/stupidity has most likely cost the Redskins their franchise player. Anyone who thinks RG3 will come back the same is kidding themselves.
Ever heard of a guy called....Patrick Ramsey?
Just askin'........
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Yeah, lets blame Robert, the 22 year old kid with less than a year of experience playing in the NFL as opposed to blaming the coach who has over 30 years of coaching experiencing in the NFL and should know that when your QB can't run or complete a pass and is limping on one leg, maybe you should pull him out instead of sacrificing him to one of the dirtiest top defense in the league.
What did the seattle defense have to do with the injuries. It wasn't a smashmouth or dirty hit, it wasn't a zone read option run, it wasn't some evil man pushing buttons at Buffalo Wild Wings(although I want to make sure a sprinkler head didn't pop up). ALOT of people are making their pet peeves into a part of the reason why RG3's knee gave out.

How many injuries were there this year? yeah I am pretty sure it wasn't just one.
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