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Old 08-06-2013, 02:14 PM   #61
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^ agreed. I'm PUMPED to watch the game thursday.
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Old 08-06-2013, 02:43 PM   #62
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I don't get the push to see RG practice harder or get more reps, whether it's coming from him, the media or fans? We know what the kid can do. He's a phenom. Health, rehab and protecting his longevity are key IMO. Definitely want to see him get really comfortable planting on that leg, but again he doesn't need to run a million drills to get totally comfortable throwing the pigskin to his receivers.
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The season is a long, tough slog. We need RGIII to be feeling good in January. From this point of view, it makes no sense to push him too hard in August even if he weren't hurt.
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Yes. It seems that the plan is to give him 11-on-11 work after the Titans game, which is the day after tomorrow. Woohoo, two days until we see the Skins on the field again! (I know it's a lame preseason game, but that still beats the nothingness of the offseason).
Yeah pre season sucks but it's better than nothing. I'm excited to see some of our young guys get out there and ball. For the first time in a long time it finally looks like we're actually building a team that can take a run at the Super Bowl.
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I just wanna see The rookies. Specifically Rambo.
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I heard the first hour or so. They were both raving about RG3 saying how well he was moving around. Interviews with Kerrigan, Bruce Allen, and Garcon were good. Kirwan was talking up guys like Riley and Morris. They were also impressed with Fred Davis.
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About the only way 11 on 11 would be dangerous is if a defender came running through the line and got pushed or shoved into Robert's legs or feet. You know the Defensive guys will hold up and not hit Griffin, but what Shannahan is protecting against is the "falling bodies" 11 on 11 might be good for Robert because he will have to scramble some and what he does during that time will prove if he has learned to protect himself. He still won't get hit, but does he run out of bounds, slide, dive? And again there will be "falling bodies".
Hint to guys on the roster bubble - How to quickly find yourself off the roster: Rouch RGIII during an 11 on 11 drill.
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I don't get the push to see RG practice harder or get more reps, whether it's coming from him, the media or fans? We know what the kid can do. He's a phenom. Health, rehab and protecting his longevity are key IMO. Definitely want to see him get really comfortable planting on that leg, but again he doesn't need to run a million drills to get totally comfortable throwing the pigskin to his receivers.
I cannot believe I am saying this: I agree 100%.
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I know what the starters can do. I am like the rest of you, I want to see the rookies play and maybe some Nick Barnett.
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Josh Morgan catching a lot of ball. Robinson with a really nice grab. Helu looks quick
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Peter king here today too
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Josh Morgan catching a lot of ball. Robinson with a really nice grab. Helu looks quick
Love the tidbit on Helu. Fingers crossed he stays healthy and can be our change of pace RB to Morris.

I've rooted hard for Helu ever since going to the Seattle a couple years ago when he ran like an all pro. Anybody remember it?
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Love the tidbit on Helu. Fingers crossed he stays healthy and can be our change of pace RB to Morris.

I've rooted hard for Helu ever since going to the Seattle a couple years ago when he ran like an all pro. Anybody remember it?

yeah he had that hurdle over one of their Dbs for a TD
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Peter king here today too
Awesome can't wait for his obvious camp report being obvious.

He needs to stay behind a keyboard and away from the camera thus camp reports are painful and useless.
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Robert Griffin III keeps pushing; Mike Shanahan keeps protecting - NFL.com
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