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Old 10-14-2013, 11:34 AM   #91
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Griffin missed some throws but he didn't have much help out there either. Tough to single him out given the poor play of everyone around him. It was a team effort. Too many missed opportunities in the red zone. Can't kick FGs all night long and expect to win.
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Old 10-14-2013, 11:38 AM   #92
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Griffin missed some throws but he didn't have much help out there either. Tough to single him out given the poor play of everyone around him. It was a team effort. Too many missed opportunities in the red zone. Can't kick FGs all night long and expect to win.

People are fast to jump on RG3 and say he sucks and all that but when your number 1 option is a rookie TE in any game you wont score much. Garcon was pretty much quiet all night
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If I'm to play the blame game now that I've had a nights rest to think about it.

1. Special Teams
2A. Play calling
2B. Griffins poor play
4. OL interior issues
5. The Refs
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I think what pissed me off the most is here we are down 14 or 15 points well in the 4th q....and we're huddling. Why? How many damn times have we seen this under Shanahan? Here we have a coach who is almost the highest paid in the league and he can't run no huddle? He can't manage the clock? He's not calling the plays so what is he doing? WTF is that all about? I hate to blow it up, I think Mike gets one more year but he needs to fire his son.
Yeah man. For me it goes back earlier. I play the clock and not the score- dont panic. But if we give up an opening drive TD, we can't always begin games trailing. Mathematically we can't give up 7 and score 3 and expect to win.
Shanahan has no urgency until its the 4th qtr last possession. Why can't we be a team that wants to f'kn play with leads and defend it until the final whistle? Losing is unacceptable to us, but tolerable to shanahan. I would be going no huddle until we are back in ball games.

Huddling up in the 4thqtr is pointless. I was just hoping they would run the clock out b/c why are they pretending to care to win and prolong a loss? Just run the clock out and take your after tan lotions the f'k back to VA.
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Old 10-14-2013, 11:52 AM   #95
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Basically the Redskins do not do anything well consistently. That is why they are 1-4.

Redskins had two weeks to prepare, had 200 more yards of offense than the Cowboys, and lost by 15. This is becoming pathetic.
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It just seems like the team isn't really playing as hard for MS anymore, Idk maybe they have lost the team meaning the staff. It sure looks like it
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i'm not ready to abandon ship
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If I'm to play the blame game now that I've had a nights rest to think about it.

1. Special Teams
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2B. Griffins poor play
4. OL interior issues
5. The Refs
I would flip-flop 4 & 2B.
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Just like the Captain of the Titanic...
Panda can be the Captain. Now we just have to designate who's going to be part of the band playing on the way down.
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Panda can be the Captain. Now we just have to designate who's going to be part of the band playing on the way down.
Ill be Kate Winslett and London Fletcher can be Leonardo DeCaprio; thanks for the memories, but it's time to let go, and watch him sink into retirement.
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People forget that Griffin has not yet had a normal NFL offseason. It is during such periods where you develop the comfort and wisdom not to stare people down, etc. Griffin is still maturing as a fine wine.
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I would flip-flop 4 & 2B.
I won't argue with you too much on that, but the reason I put it in that order, is because when our OL gave him time, he was still screwing up, over throwing WRs and holding on to the ball too long.
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Panda can be the Captain. Now we just have to designate who's going to be part of the band playing on the way down.
I'll play in the band. I stand my prediction of a berth in the NFC championship game. We're gonna go 8-3 the rest of the regular season.
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