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Old 10-28-2013, 07:33 PM   #286
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They went 11-5 with matt cassell at qb. The coaches have to be doing something rite, necause matt cassell has done nada zip zilch elsewhere. That being said im not sure how they managed to make things work to the tune of 11-5 without catering (via -well- playcalling/gameplanning) to the hand they were dealt that year atleast a little more than alittle bit.
Listen like i said their is no black and white answer here and we just cannot compare apples to oranges. The ENTIRE team and coaching staff needs to figure things out. I think it may be time for one of Mikes motivational "elvaluation" speeches.
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Old 10-28-2013, 07:34 PM   #287
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What I wonder about is, whatever happened to throwing screen passes to Helu? He is like a poor man's Larry Centers and it is what he does best, use his ass!! The Broncos scored 2 TD's on screens, I haven't seen any screens to Helu yet this season (well, maybe one).
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They went 11-5 with matt cassell at qb. The coaches have to be doing something rite, necause matt cassell has done nada zip zilch elsewhere. That being said im not sure how they managed to make things work to the tune of 11-5 without catering (via -well- playcalling/gameplanning) to the hand they were dealt that year atleast a little more than alittle bit.
Listen like i said their is no black and white answer here and we just cannot compare apples to oranges. The ENTIRE team and coaching staff needs to figure things out. I think it may be time for one of Mikes motivational "elvaluation" speeches.
They're going to go 11-5 this year with Brady playing worse than 2008 Cassel.
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They're going to go 11-5 this year with Brady playing worse than 2008 Cassel.
And with guys like us playing WR lol
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Honestly, I would like just once this season to see this team play with attitude. Even when winning, there's no killer instict. Now all we're hearing in the post-game is about staying positive, believing in ourselves, getting better.

F that. How about going out and kicking the crap out of an opponent for a change? Get pissed off. Notice how when the Broncos got down, Peyton was patrolling the sidelines like a caged animal, itching to get back out and do some damage to our D? I don't see anyone on the Redskins sidelines just wanting to go out and level someone, except Merriweather (but let's not use his boneheaded tacking as a model), and D. Hall. Seriously, I know professional athletes shouldn't need motivation, but I swear this team seems unmotivated. Motivation keeps you moving in the right direction in the face of setbacks. Did anyone think we were going to win when Rocca shanked his punt? When the Broncos tied the game? Because I didn't. The team just looked like they were expecting to lose. And teams don't win games unexpectedly.

The collapse was a sorry as I can recall. 35 unanswered points? Are you kidding me? We have enough talent where no one should be able to do that. At the moment, I think D. Hall is the only one on this team who consistently plays with a chip on his shoulder.

That was one of the hardest things to watch I can recall. And this season has had 4 games that were pure pain to watch -- Philly, Green Bay, Dallas, and yesterday. I am not talking about heartbreaking losses -- I am talking about painful, embarassing, humiliating losses that make me hope my friends and relatives temporarily forget I am a Redskins fan.

Honestly, if they lay a turd on the field this weekend agains the Chargers (another flawed team), the pressure for masssive change will be big (bigger than now) and rightly so.
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And with guys like us playing WR lol
Dont kid yourself.....i am no slouch on a three yard go route. I start breathing heavy at around four yards. Basically it is what kept me from gettin a scholarship.
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Honestly, I would like just once this season to see this team play with attitude. Even when winning, there's no killer instict. Now all we're hearing in the post-game is about staying positive, believing in ourselves, getting better.

F that. How about going out and kicking the crap out of an opponent for a change? Get pissed off. Notice how when the Broncos got down, Peyton was patrolling the sidelines like a caged animal, itching to get back out and do some damage to our D? I don't see anyone on the Redskins sidelines just wanting to go out and level someone, except Merriweather (but let's not use his boneheaded tacking as a model), and D. Hall. Seriously, I know professional athletes shouldn't need motivation, but I swear this team seems unmotivated. Motivation keeps you moving in the right direction in the face of setbacks. Did anyone think we were going to win when Rocca shanked his punt? When the Broncos tied the game? Because I didn't. The team just looked like they were expecting to lose. And teams don't win games unexpectedly.

The collapse was a sorry as I can recall. 35 unanswered points? Are you kidding me? We have enough talent where no one should be able to do that. At the moment, I think D. Hall is the only one on this team who consistently plays with a chip on his shoulder.

That was one of the hardest things to watch I can recall. And this season has had 4 games that were pure pain to watch -- Philly, Green Bay, Dallas, and yesterday. I am not talking about heartbreaking losses -- I am talking about painful, embarassing, humiliating losses that make me hope my friends and relatives temporarily forget I am a Redskins fan.

Honestly, if they lay a turd on the field this weekend agains the Chargers (another flawed team), the pressure for masssive change will be big (bigger than now) and rightly so.
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Honestly, I would like just once this season to see this team play with attitude. Even when winning, there's no killer instict. Now all we're hearing in the post-game is about staying positive, believing in ourselves, getting better.

F that. How about going out and kicking the crap out of an opponent for a change? Get pissed off. Notice how when the Broncos got down, Peyton was patrolling the sidelines like a caged animal, itching to get back out and do some damage to our D? I don't see anyone on the Redskins sidelines just wanting to go out and level someone, except Merriweather (but let's not use his boneheaded tacking as a model), and D. Hall. Seriously, I know professional athletes shouldn't need motivation, but I swear this team seems unmotivated. Motivation keeps you moving in the right direction in the face of setbacks. Did anyone think we were going to win when Rocca shanked his punt? When the Broncos tied the game? Because I didn't. The team just looked like they were expecting to lose. And teams don't win games unexpectedly.

The collapse was a sorry as I can recall. 35 unanswered points? Are you kidding me? We have enough talent where no one should be able to do that. At the moment, I think D. Hall is the only one on this team who consistently plays with a chip on his shoulder.

That was one of the hardest things to watch I can recall. And this season has had 4 games that were pure pain to watch -- Philly, Green Bay, Dallas, and yesterday. I am not talking about heartbreaking losses -- I am talking about painful, embarassing, humiliating losses that make me hope my friends and relatives temporarily forget I am a Redskins fan.

Honestly, if they lay a turd on the field this weekend agains the Chargers (another flawed team), the pressure for masssive change will be big (bigger than now) and rightly so.
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Old 10-29-2013, 09:23 AM   #294
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Old 10-30-2013, 11:28 AM   #295
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Griffin this year:
Griffin’s incompletions this season, including what they count as drops (17 of his 110 incompletions this season), poor throws (35) and passes defensed (37). There are also the eight balls that were intercepted, five hit at the line and 16 “other,” whatever that means.
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Old 10-31-2013, 08:23 AM   #296
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On a positive note, David Amerson, Jordan Reed, and Bacarri Rambo all had good games against Denver. I think the Redskins have drafted well under Shanahan. Bodes well for the future, IMO.
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