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Old 09-16-2013, 12:54 PM   #181
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Re: Skins vs Packers post game thread

Ive noticed Mods are quiet? Is there a reason?
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Old 09-16-2013, 12:56 PM   #182
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Ive noticed Mods are quiet? Is there a reason?
with our first 2 performances they are debating on tearing down the site
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Old 09-16-2013, 01:04 PM   #183
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Nobody knows what's going to happen during the rest of the season or in the playoffs. The Skins could actually start to play much better football, as they did last season.

All of the whining and negativity on this board is way out of line in view of how early it is in the season.
Yes and NO. Here's were the problem is with most of us... had the Redskins came out and kept the game close and went toe for toe and lost against the Eagles, most of us would be saying no biggie we had no clue what they were going to bring to the table. Had they played the Packers somewhat close like the 49ers did most of us would be sitting her saying ..."well I figured we would lose that game in Green Bay".

However that's not the case. The Redskins came out and actually didn't play at all until late 3rd quarter against the Eagles when the Eagles felt bad and started playing prevent defense. Yes they were tired by that point and up by 30 something points but they took their foot off the pedal. The Packers learned from what the Eagles did. Again the Redskins didn't show up to play and it wasn't until the 3rd quarter that they looked remotely decent but again only after the Packers backed off.

I think if the Skins were competitive most of us would not have a problem with the losing, but they are not even showing up until the second half of two games so far. I almost wish they would scrimmage a college team an hour before the game and ride a bus over and play the actual game. Maybe then they would look a little better after having played a whole half prior to the game starting.
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Ive noticed Mods are quiet? Is there a reason?
I think that they are staying out of the intense monday morning quarterbacking going on here.

It's that, or they just don't understand that we are suffering from The Curse of Pat White. Every NFL team who has cut Pat White suffered a losing season the next year. Now it is our turn to be doomed.
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Old 09-16-2013, 01:17 PM   #185
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Me personally, I don't have much to say
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Old 09-16-2013, 01:19 PM   #186
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Was Fred Davis hurting, or has Jordan Reed overtaken him as our #1 receiving TE? I'm on the record for not being a huge Davis fan, never forgiving the FO for drafting him over real playmakers like DeSean Jackson and Ray Rice. Reed's good start all but negates any chance of Davis getting a big contract here.
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Old 09-16-2013, 01:22 PM   #187
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Why are we not rolling out RG3 and using the aggressive play action game?
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We are gonna ball so hard against lions. Bush already hurt, he is the key to that team. Ballin hard, can't wait
We might play hard,but I do not think Bush is the key.Staffords gonna pick this secondary apart unless somehow we manage to apply pressure the whole game instead of just 1 series.The way the defense is playing doesnt matter whos playing running back,we just made the packers 2nd stringer look like a fookin all pro
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Old 09-16-2013, 01:40 PM   #189
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The key for us -- which would have been true for the first two games too -- I think is to do what we can to negate the short drop and immediate pass. Rodgers got sacked early on and then switched to getting the ball out really quickly and we did nothing in response (what's up with that, Haz?). What we needed to do was (a) get our CBs to lock on receivers early and try to jam them at the line (big cushions led to catches and sloppy tackling to lots of YATC), and (b) generate more of a push from the D line (and not have to bring up LBs to do so which takes time and leaves gaps in the middle of the field). To be clear, based on what we've seen to date, I am not confident we have the personnel to do this. But if the ball is coming out in 2 seconds, we have to adjust our D accordingly.

Oh, and keeping the ball on offense for more than a minute at a time would be nice too.
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Why are we not rolling out RG3 and using the aggressive play action game?
I honestly think there's a breakdown in regards to scheme. I think either one of the Shanahan's dont want to do it or RG3 doesn't want to do it.

If RG3 is 100% like the claims then why not run the read option when it was proven to work? Yet the RO is almost completely gone? I just can't believe that that's accidental.

There has to be some sort of internal disagreement somewhere.
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Me personally, I don't have much to say
LOL, "you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all." LOL
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Old 09-16-2013, 02:01 PM   #193
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I can understand it somewhat. If all their going to do is have the QB sit in the pocket and throw the ball then they would be better off with Cousins in my opinion cause he will be just as effective. Plus it saves RG3 to get healthier.

My suggestions are...

Roll RG3 out more with play action, but don't have him run. Just roll him out to get away from the rush and so he will have more open field to work with as far as throwing.

Have our WR's run more routes that utilize the curl or come back routes. fake a deep route get beyond 15 yrds and come back to the ball at the 10 yrds needed. Throw some WR screens and RB screens to slow the defenses down. design a play action roll out to a screen pass to the RB. All the defense will be chasing RG3. Throw in a few quick release slants to Moss or Reed and look for YAC. This should open up the defense early for the Morris runs.
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LOL, "you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all." LOL
haha, well it's not that. I think short terms fixes are easy and we can get back to winning sooner than later. But long term concerns run deep
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Old 09-16-2013, 02:06 PM   #195
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haha, well it's not that. I think short terms fixes are easy and we can get back to winning sooner than later. But long term concerns run deep
What long term concerns concern Smootsmack?
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