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View Poll Results: At 0-3 the Redskins season is...
Over, get ready for the draft 13 12.75%
Just beginning, remember last year? 20 19.61%
Not over, but .500 is the ceiling 32 31.37%
Too early to tell either way 37 36.27%
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Old 09-22-2013, 11:20 PM   #211
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I already had this down as a loss,just glad it was at least respectable today.Really didnt have a problem with any of the playcalling.Untimely penalties and turnovers cost us this game.{and of course the dropped td }

This team continues to shoot itself in the foot any chance it gets.There was a long pass called back because of trent Williams,for someone who's supposed to be our best off lineman seems like its always him that cost us a big play for holding.

Also anyone returning a kickoff thats any deeper than a yard past the goal line needs to be benched or fined.And why is Josh Morgan returning kickoffs anyway?
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Old 09-22-2013, 11:21 PM   #212
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Wow..I leave this site for 6 hours and come back to this?!

Its like I've entered the Twlight Zone here; some of the people on this site with common sense are talking dumb, some of the people on this site who are not so smart are looking like geniuses.

First thing: Why do we want to get rid of a shanahan, or both shanahans? RG3 doesnt fumble or throw a pick in our territory or Aldrick holds onto the ball, and we're probably talking about how great of coahes they are.

Wasn't it just last year Redskins fans were in love with how great a play caller Kyle is and how he should be our new headcoach when Mike retires? Now he must go because Aldrick bobbles a football or the Redskins defense can't cover or tackle?

At the start of the season I thought we would most likely lose to Philly. I knew we'd lose to Green Bay, I thought we'd beat Detroit. I was thinking 1-2 heading to Oakland going 2-2. Now I'm thinking 1-3 best case. Also a lot of these toss up games are starting to favor the opposing team; @ Minnesota, Vs. Chicago, Vs KC, Vs San Diego. That doesn't include our toss up divisional games and the games which I think are sure losses like Denver, Atlanta, and San Fran (although they look very beatable after todays game.)

Second: We can get back Rob Jackson and Jarvis Jenkins, they still won't fix our problems.

Third: We can fire Haslett, but tackling is still a major problem which these guys should know well before they got into the NFL.

Fourth: What happened to Rambo today? I didn't see what happened.

Fifth: I'm going to be watching a lot of College Football to see who we can drfat in the early part of the second round next year to improve this team. I've sadly already given up hopes on this team being better than last years team.
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Old 09-22-2013, 11:33 PM   #213
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0-3 will make growna men do strange things. And Rave.
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Old 09-22-2013, 11:49 PM   #214
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There is definitely an urgency to start winning ASAP. I'm just saying that people on here are already acting as if the season is over, it is not. One thing we all should know already, crazy/impossible things have happened in NFL through out years.

This is exactly what it will take to reach the post season this year.
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Old 09-23-2013, 12:02 AM   #215
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The need for a right tackle gets bigger every game with Polumbus constantly getting pushed into RG3. You can't even run a bootleg to the right side cause Polumbus is so far in the backfield
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Old 09-23-2013, 12:02 AM   #216
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A couple of positives after letting the loss sink in:

1. Kyle finally called some bootlegs to allow Griffin to make some throws on the move, which he did very well. This was a good way to negate Suh and Fairley from collapsing the pocket onto Griffin's lap.

2. Griffin moved pretty well in the 2nd half, threw a GREAT deep ball to Robinson, and seems to be getting closer to being a dual threat. Just have to eliminate the turnovers.
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Old 09-23-2013, 12:12 AM   #217
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This is exactly what it will take to reach the post season this year.
We will play in the NFC championship game this year. I'm serious.
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Old 09-23-2013, 12:17 AM   #218
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Old 09-23-2013, 12:48 AM   #219
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The poll about being 0-3 has me wondering- about the majority consensus about how the season is over yet but .500 is the ceiling? Do y'all really think at 8-8 we have a shot at the division or wildcard? Oh dear god no. NFC north, south, west are far better contenders for a wild card and we aren't even the best option in the east for a wildcard.
Aside from the ludicrous notions of going 13-3, 12-4,11-5,10-6,9-7,8-8,7-9,....6-10 is about right where the numbers will end up.

Get ready for draft and free agency. Hate to say it but I can admit it b/c its been reality far too often and being a glass half full cheerleading homer isnt goin to rally the organization to win and its too head up the butt far from how prophecy will be fulfilled.

It sucks to be pessimistic but knowledge is grief. The intervention needs to reach some of the lost hopefuls here
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Old 09-23-2013, 12:50 AM   #220
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Well look this happens throughout the league, even with winning teams. The solutions vary. One person just cedes his position. The two sides agree to a compromise. One guy simply gets fired. Among others.

My personal opinion, and of course you won't agree, is that Kyle has the smarts and reputation to venture out on his own by now and he should. And again, I mean after this season.
Wasn't the whole point for Kyle to earn the big job here?
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Old 09-23-2013, 12:59 AM   #221
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"Mr. Gus Ferroutte, what you've just said... is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."
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Old 09-23-2013, 02:50 AM   #222
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Not to mad at the 0-3 start. Figured 1-2 best case. It does worry me that it's becoming evident that RG3 just may not have it in him to be a pocket guy. I thought he would have no problem with it coming in. All other offenses not based on a balanced run/pocket passing, 4 check down attack seem to be flashes as well as the players around them. It may take as much as a few years but they all get figured out and crushed. And a few years doesn't make a great career. Way to early to start questioning Griffins ability but I am worried he's just a scheme guy. When the scheme falls apart, will he adapt? Man I hope so.
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A couple of positives after letting the loss sink in:

1. Kyle finally called some bootlegs to allow Griffin to make some throws on the move, which he did very well. This was a good way to negate Suh and Fairley from collapsing the pocket onto Griffin's lap.

2. Griffin moved pretty well in the 2nd half, threw a GREAT deep ball to Robinson, and seems to be getting closer to being a dual threat. Just have to eliminate the turnovers.
This is what I saw too, I just wanna see him win live and in color next week
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Old 09-23-2013, 05:42 AM   #224
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Guys I want you to think about something.

We were legitimately a Quarterback remembering to hold on to the ball, a young receiver controlling the ball and some defensive stops early in the game from winning this one. go ahead and say I'm smoking something but we're probably the best 0-3 team in the League. If you're 0-3 and trying to make the playoffs again would you rather be on the Giants who couldn't even score today and quite frankly can't run the ball MUCH or our team? Defense Tackles someone throughout the game we probably win today
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Old 09-23-2013, 05:45 AM   #225
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The poll about being 0-3 has me wondering- about the majority consensus about how the season is over yet but .500 is the ceiling? Do y'all really think at 8-8 we have a shot at the division or wildcard? Oh dear god no. NFC north, south, west are far better contenders for a wild card and we aren't even the best option in the east for a wildcard.
Aside from the ludicrous notions of going 13-3, 12-4,11-5,10-6,9-7,8-8,7-9,....6-10 is about right where the numbers will end up.

Get ready for draft and free agency. Hate to say it but I can admit it b/c its been reality far too often and being a glass half full cheerleading homer isnt goin to rally the organization to win and its too head up the butt far from how prophecy will be fulfilled.

It sucks to be pessimistic but knowledge is grief. The intervention needs to reach some of the lost hopefuls here
Actually yeah I do think we have a chance at winning the division there was a time the NFC west was so terrible that the championship for the division came down to a 6-9 Seahawks team and a 8-7 Rams team. Stranger has happened.....again this is the best 0-3 team in the league
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