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Old 09-22-2013, 06:14 PM   #91
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Absolutely in the sense he's the HC and it falls on him. Buck stops with him. And Kyle has to go. Love him to death. Tremendous person. Good friend, don't want him here anymore
I'm curious if your opinion changes if we turn it around this season.

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Old 09-22-2013, 06:17 PM   #92
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I'm sitting here laughing. Not at the fact that we are 0-3, but laughing at the fact that Danny Boy raised ticket prices after winning the NFC East last year. Now ticket holders are left holding a bag of poop.....lol
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Firing Haslett doesn't solve anything. Makes it worse. Our d will pick up a new playbook and/or formation in the middle of a season?

Also I don't think Haslett even wanted the 3-4. Wasn't that Ms?
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Firing Haslett doesn't solve anything. Makes it worse. Our d will pick up a new playbook and/or formation in the middle of a season?

Also I don't think Haslett even wanted the 3-4. Wasn't that Ms?
Yes it will, it will make them tackle better and cover better j/k. We had no cap space to improve the secondary this offseason, he basically has the same people with some rookies sprinkled in. Rookies are going to make mistakes and we all know Wilson and Hall aren't that good. All in all they didn't play that bad today, they aren't great then need the offense to help them out.
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:31 PM   #96
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Re: Redskins Lions postgame

Just heard on TV during Megatron's post game interview, when asked about playing against the Redskins secondary, he said it was, "Like taking candy from a baby"

Damn, you know it's bad when the Lions are laughing at you.
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I'm sitting here laughing. Not at the fact that we are 0-3, but laughing at the fact that Danny Boy raised ticket prices after winning the NFC East last year. Now ticket holders are left holding a bag of poop.....lol
Basically this was my reaction after reading this.

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Firing Haslett doesn't solve anything. Makes it worse. Our d will pick up a new playbook and/or formation in the middle of a season?

Also I don't think Haslett even wanted the 3-4. Wasn't that Ms?
~~~~~ Agreed. Firing people doesn't solve anything. Some of the posters on here are the biggest fatalists. We aren't good right now, but geesh people the would have, could haves don't matter. They only drive you crazy.
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:37 PM   #99
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I'm just going to leave this here...

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Yes it will, it will make them tackle better and cover better j/k. We had no cap space to improve the secondary this offseason, he basically has the same people with some rookies sprinkled in. Rookies are going to make mistakes and we all know Wilson and Hall aren't that good. All in all they didn't play that bad today, they aren't great then need the offense to help them out.
I was talking at some guy at Hooters watching the...debacle and I'm like you really think our first choice for shoring up the secondary was Merriweather and Tanard Jackson, etc? Maybe the 18m?
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I don't understand the fire Haslett talk either. He blitzed a lot today trying to get pressure. I actually thought today He mixed things up pretty well. We just don't have good players on defense.
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:42 PM   #102
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:43 PM   #103
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This comment was made in the game thread. You do realize that Orakpo was a OLB in the 4-3 when he first was drafted. There is a good chance he would have been in coverage on a 4-3 defense just as he would be in a 3-4.
Brian Orakpo was a 4-3 DE when he was at Texas. His hand was in the dirt pretty much every play in college.

I think people need to slow down some on the doom and gloom some. It sucks, but we actually played better today than either of the first two games. Some stupid turnovers by RG3 and a dropped TD was the difference today. We should have won but the mistakes on offense kept it from happening.
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:43 PM   #104
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I'm just going to leave this here...

He didn't control the ball when he rolled on the ground. Like it or not that's the rule. It's a stupid as hell rule but it is what it is.
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I'm just going to leave this here...

Two hands on the ball before hitting the ground. Gotta finish that play.
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