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Old 09-15-2013, 08:44 PM   #61
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^ But I'll remain optimistic and say 2-2 at the Bye.

The Bye which happened to come at a great time seeing how off we look.
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Old 09-15-2013, 08:47 PM   #62
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The problem is if rg3 struggles than shanny will be on the hot seat ....yes we won the divison but out of the 4 years as a head coach his win lose season would be 1 out of the 4 seasons and that's not good espically with his resume of bad defense.


If rg3 doesn't improve than that's not good....people also don't point out that he will likely get injured and that alone is a worry!!!.

If kirk starts that's trouble since I believe at this point with all this rg3 rusty stuff would be than our best choice .
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Old 09-15-2013, 08:48 PM   #63
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I think we lose to detroit and oakland is not a bad team infact they might beat us we are not good against oakland and mcfadden going to have 100 yards could be trouble. I think our first win is against dallas.
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Old 09-15-2013, 08:51 PM   #64
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If tackling is an issue, there needs to be some major time put into fixing that. They need to focus on the basics again. Tackling, catching, man coverage. In that order. They fixed the (rb) ball protection from last week but they still have these major issues still.
I would make them practice in full pads, full contact. This is a pitiful tackling team.
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Old 09-15-2013, 08:52 PM   #65
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I would make them practice in full pads, full contact. This is a pitiful tackling team.
Are they even allowed to do that at this point? I know every team is at the same "disadvantage" but I think the lack of hitting in training camps is a big reason for a lot of the sloppy play.
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Old 09-15-2013, 08:53 PM   #66
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Yeah, the Redskins could VERY likely go 0-4 until they show me otherwise. Raiders aren't good, but they can still beat us. Plus Haslett sucks at making a gameplan against a mobile QB.

The Lions, Reggie Bush can break off huge runs against us, and Calvin Johnson makes great secondaries look bad. Plus the Lions have a good front 7 that can shut down our running game making us one dimensional and make Griffin throw the ball out quick.
I think you're right about Haslett against mobile quarterbacks. That might've came into play when they were deciding to a make a deal to try to draft RGIII. Who else would have a greater appreciation for a mobile qb other than a defensive coordinator that has trouble against them?
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Old 09-15-2013, 08:54 PM   #67
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New NFL rules make it extremely difficult to have full padded practices. Tackling has been bad throughout the league.
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Old 09-15-2013, 08:57 PM   #68
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Best Defender: In the first half Sunday, it was probably the end zone pylon. After James Jones fumbled the ball late in the half, the pylon cleverly knocked the ball out of bounds, leading to a touchback and saving the Redskins’ defense from more damage. It was a play that came out of nowhere, a play that saved seven points and kept the deficit at least somewhat reasonable at halftime. The pylon didn’t even celebrate its performance, nor did it talk trash to Jones. For its performance, the pylon was given a game ball and offered a special parking space over the next week. Expect a run on “Pylon” jerseys this week. Man, I love that pylon.

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New NFL rules make it extremely difficult to have full padded practices. Tackling has been bad throughout the league.
I don't think any other team has been blown out by this much in the first half of games because of poor tackling.
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I think you're right about Haslett against mobile quarterbacks. That might've came into play when they were deciding to a make a deal to try to draft RGIII. Who else would have a greater appreciation for a mobile qb other than a defensive coordinator that has trouble against them?
I remember that Joe Webb game a few years ago. Ponder gets hurt, you think "oh their backup QB is coming in, we got this." And webb goes out and runs and throws all over us.

that game told me a lot about Haslett. He never adjusted to the player. He kept in his Ponder game plan. He did the same thing when Amedola torched us last year. He doesn't adjust in games.
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I don't think any other team has been blown out by this much in the first half of games because of poor tackling.
Skins are being blown out for a lot of different reasons, one of the big ones being poor tackling.
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Old 09-15-2013, 09:08 PM   #72
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Can we just stop trusting RG3 to make the best decision about his body in regards to his injury?

He's not a 100%.
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Can we just stop trusting RG3 to make the best decision about his body in regards to his injury?

He's not a 100%.
Why do people keep saying this? RGIII looks fine out there health wise. He was fast on his scramble, and he's moving around very well. This isn't a health issue. I feel it's more of a scheme issue than anything. We seem to do well with a up tempo pace on offense, so why not run that? Also some OL issues when we try to run the normal offense.
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Old 09-15-2013, 09:14 PM   #74
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[QUOTE=DynamiteRave;1025830]Not so much the D but the offense is historically bad.

If the offense could get rolling I think if we didn't win games, they'd at least be competitive.

For the life of me, I don't understand why they've got the handcuffs on RG3. He's a terrible pocket passer and when he is paying attention to the pocket, he looks constantly paranoid. They need to be using rollouts, bootlegs and for the love of God, get rid of that horrible toss play and use the read option.[/

If a QB that we gave 2 fist rounds picks for can't play from the pocket then we blew that trade. Personally I don't think he's a "terrible" QB in the pocket, but he will never be Aaron Rodgers....and the price we paid paid to get him, he needs to be that guy.

And someone here compared RG3 to Warren Moon? Really? You're talking about one of the best pure ever.
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So what is a realistic guess, based on the way we have played so far, for a win and loss record?

I am looking at the schedule right now, and thinking of the way we've been playing, and how bad our defense is, i am very nervous looking at the whole entire schedule. We play some tough teams.

We could very well be 0-4 going into the bye, and the teams just get tougher after that. We are going to need things to turn around very quick or this could be a long year.
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