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Old 09-27-2013, 12:10 PM   #46
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Last year during the 7 game winning streak, it was the other team committing the silly penalty and for the most part the Redskins stayed away from them. Although our team also made a lot of big plays as well, and we haven't seen those. If Robinson hangs on to that 57 TD, we would all be singing a different tune this week and be talking about our own "big plays". I don't know about you guys but Robinson is dropping too many balls for me. Why is Garcon not running those routes?
Totally agree Robinson drops passes. I don't know why we keep him, let alone play him. I don't think Peter Boy has the wheels to burn many DBs though, so our vertical passing attack is fairly limited. I think Moss should get the vertical calls but Mike/Kyle/Bob clearly limits his involvement, to the offenses detriment IMO.
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Old 09-27-2013, 12:41 PM   #47
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I don't know, I though it was all an honest criticism. Perhaps you can enlighten me as to what you found nonsensical.

Pretty much all of this:


Note to Mike, I have no idea what you're doing and neither does anyone else.

Note to Kyel, they've figured you out!

Note to Haslett, nothing you call is likely to be effective. Try to be as effective as possible.

Note to Hall, no one is back there to cover your ass and you're a bum.

Note to Wilson, you are the best DB we have but that's like saying saden1 is the best armchair coach on the warpath.

Note to Rambo, you ain't Rambo, you is Rammed.

Note RG3, keep your mouth shut and watch your back.

Note to Morris, I'm sorry.

Note to Trent, you had the worse game of your career last week and you better get your mofo hands out of your pockets.

Note to London, you can't coach bums.

Note to DL, if you can't stop a nosebleed then how do you expect to stop a RB?

Note to OL, you're doing a decent job in the second half.
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wow, that is not how you want your $50+Million qb to look when he's looking at the Polaroids.
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Old 09-27-2013, 04:36 PM   #50
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I don't think the Redskins are done, yet. The defense has absolutely got to step up and start making some plays. They haven't been tackling, they're not getting off the field on 3rd downs, and they keep giving up big plays at critical times during the game. On offense, there's such a focus on RGIII to prove he's healthy or can be a pocket passer and so forth. This is a running team..Alfred Morris is the key to this offense. He is a beast and should be running the ball 25+ times a game. I know they fell behind in the first 2 games, but we were right there with Detroit, and he got the ball 15 times? That's on the coaches and play calling. We have Helu also who can run effectively. Run the damn ball and take it out of RGIII's hands. Let him mix the play action passes and bootlegs in. The run game will open everything else up.
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Old 09-27-2013, 04:47 PM   #52
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^^^ I didn't know we only beat two playoff teams last year, anybody else? I knew the NFC East was a joke, which allowed us to win the division, but sounds like we really just had an especially easy schedule last season overall.

I do think RG can be salvaged as a QB, but highly highly highly doubt there's a coach currently on staff to do it. And then you still have a team that's otherwise a mess. Mike has made the team worse than the one he inherited. Way worse on defense. About the same on offense apart from the RO as a new gimmick to the league.

Would really love a coach like Lovie Smith who consistently produced a truly top defense and a disciplined team overall. Find a OC genius to work with RG under Lovie. Let that group rebuild this team.
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What's your basis for saying Lovie's teams were disciplined?
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What's your basis for saying Lovie's teams were disciplined?
You can't have a truly dominant, top tier defense and not be disciplined. The two things go hand in hand. Saw stats on the Bears defense recently throughout Lovie's tenure and it's truly amazing how good that unit was.

I see Lovie as a solid leader and again phenomenal defensive mind, but he needs a very good OC to run the offense. I think just about any OC would jump at the prospect of working with RG, right?
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^^^ I didn't know we only beat two playoff teams last year, anybody else? I knew the NFC East was a joke, which allowed us to win the division, but sounds like we really just had an especially easy schedule last season overall.

I do think RG can be salvaged as a QB, but highly highly highly doubt there's a coach currently on staff to do it. And then you still have a team that's otherwise a mess. Mike has made the team worse than the one he inherited. Way worse on defense. About the same on offense apart from the RO as a new gimmick to the league.

Would really love a coach like Lovie Smith who consistently produced a truly top defense and a disciplined team overall. Find a OC genius to work with RG under Lovie. Let that group rebuild this team.
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You can't have a truly dominant, top tier defense and not be disciplined. The two things go hand in hand. Saw stats on the Bears defense recently throughout Lovie's tenure and it's truly amazing how good that unit was.

I see Lovie as a solid leader and again phenomenal defensive mind, but he needs a very good OC to run the offense. I think just about any OC would jump at the prospect of working with RG, right?
So penalties, penalty yards. That doesn't really matter?
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^^^ I didn't know we only beat two playoff teams last year, anybody else? I knew the NFC East was a joke, which allowed us to win the division, but sounds like we really just had an especially easy schedule last season overall.

I do think RG can be salvaged as a QB, but highly highly highly doubt there's a coach currently on staff to do it. And then you still have a team that's otherwise a mess. Mike has made the team worse than the one he inherited. Way worse on defense. About the same on offense apart from the RO as a new gimmick to the league.

Would really love a coach like Lovie Smith who consistently produced a truly top defense and a disciplined team overall. Find a OC genius to work with RG under Lovie. Let that group rebuild this team.
And the fact that the Bears already tried your plan, but never had an offense until Lovie left, doesn't invalidate your plan?
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1) the Skins missed the playoffs for years and had a top 10 pick in virtually every draft. How did that work out?

2) they lost $36mil in cap space. Take that away from any other team and see how great their depth is

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Old 09-27-2013, 11:39 PM   #59
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^^^ I didn't know we only beat two playoff teams last year, anybody else? I knew the NFC East was a joke, which allowed us to win the division, but sounds like we really just had an especially easy schedule last season overall.

I do think RG can be salvaged as a QB, but highly highly highly doubt there's a coach currently on staff to do it. And then you still have a team that's otherwise a mess. Mike has made the team worse than the one he inherited. Way worse on defense. About the same on offense apart from the RO as a new gimmick to the league.

Would really love a coach like Lovie Smith who consistently produced a truly top defense and a disciplined team overall. Find a OC genius to work with RG under Lovie. Let that group rebuild this team.
They beat the champs at least. How many teams on this year's schedule will make the playoffs? Broncos for sure. Bears, Lions and Packers can't all go. Falcons? Chiefs? Dare I say, Cowboys?

Let's say 4 or 5. They don't need to win more than 2-3 of those games. 9-7 could win the division. They win the division and it's 2 less games they would have played against playoff teams.
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You can't have a truly dominant, top tier defense and not be disciplined. The two things go hand in hand. Saw stats on the Bears defense recently throughout Lovie's tenure and it's truly amazing how good that unit was.

I see Lovie as a solid leader and again phenomenal defensive mind, but he needs a very good OC to run the offense. I think just about any OC would jump at the prospect of working with RG, right?
Who cares about Defense? Has anyone been watching the last few Super Bowls? What was the final score last year? Where did the Patriots and Giants rank on Defense?

The Skins were up 14-0 on the Seahawks in the playoffs last year with a Defense that ranked near the bottom. Yes, they played better down the stretch, but so could this year's squad.
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