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Old 11-04-2013, 12:47 PM   #106
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We won the game yesterday because our front guys constantly collapsed the pocket.
I was listening on the radio and they were talking about how weak our muddle has been. If you say they did the job yesterday ok, but this year as a whole. We need more pressure in the middle.
Edit: gholston, bowen, cofoeild are run stuffers - we need someone in there to get to the qb.
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Old 11-04-2013, 12:48 PM   #107
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Per Grant Paulsen

Rak rushed 33 times, dropped 4 times. King Dunlap got help by the guard on 2 rushes.

I didn't see much doubling going on myself either.
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Old 11-04-2013, 12:54 PM   #108
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Well - again i had to listen to this one, not watch but i really believe we need someone in the middle to get pressure on the qb.
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Old 11-04-2013, 12:57 PM   #109
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Well - again i had to listen to this one, not watch but i really believe we need someone in the middle to get pressure on the qb.
Coefield collasped the pocket a couple times. I think we are good there. People, San Diego Oline is not bad. Rivers was completing 74% of his passes coming into the game, he's not getting touched back there.
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Old 11-04-2013, 01:01 PM   #110
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Everyone on ESPN talking about how the Redskins are going to win the division lol..

Amazing what a win will do. Now we just need to shit the bed against the Vikings and get back to normal

let me guess... skip
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Old 11-04-2013, 01:04 PM   #111
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Coefield collasped the pocket a couple times. I think we are good there. People, San Diego Oline is not bad. Rivers was completing 74% of his passes coming into the game, he's not getting touched back there.
Yeah Rivers was second in accuracy to only Manning. I didnt realize that until pre game.
I know we have alot of holes to fill going forward, safety, interior /rite side oline, mlb, but i would love to see us get a "beast" in the middle of that down three line somewhere.
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Both of them lol
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eh I hope so but lets just beat MIN first, then worry about PHILLY
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the last call against SD was embarrassing for the NFL , Garcon wasn't even hit
Are you talking about the penalty for hitting a defenseless player? Yeah that was a terrible call.Also the off pass interference on SD when there wasnt even any contact?WTF WAS THAT? The ref on that call should be investigated to see if he had money on the game.I dont know if you can top that as being the worst call ever.
I dont feel sorry for SD though,seen the skins get screwed too many times,but those call were absolute hogwash
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yeah that call and the WH fumble non call was just a shame. The NFL really needs to clean that shit up
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Yeah Rivers was second in accuracy to only Manning. I didnt realize that until pre game.
I know we have alot of holes to fill going forward, safety, interior /rite side oline, mlb, but i would love to see us get a "beast" in the middle of that down three line somewhere.
I think all the reports have been that Cofield is one of the top NT's in the game. The problem is more of expectations. The DL are supposed to be controlling the line, with the LB's making the big plays. Overall, I think our 3-4 front 7 is our strongest part on D, with Fletcher's limitations being the weakest link in it. Riley, Kerrigan, Jackson, Rak, Jenkins, Cofield Bowen all bring it to the opponent all game long (except Denver in the 4th quarter )
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Are you talking about the penalty for hitting a defenseless player? Yeah that was a terrible call.Also the off pass interference on SD when there wasnt even any contact?WTF WAS THAT? The ref on that call should be investigated to see if he had money on the game.I dont know if you can top that as being the worst call ever.
I dont feel sorry for SD though,seen the skins get screwed too many times,but those call were absolute hogwash
I really expected the announcers to show another player was the actual offender for the phantom PI call. Same with the phantom Hold on Cofield a few plays later. I can't believe the refs didn't see someone do something, and just got the numbers wrong.
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I really expected the announcers to show another player was the actual offender for the phantom PI call. Same with the phantom Hold on Cofield a few plays later. I can't believe the refs didn't see someone do something, and just got the numbers wrong.
Eddie Royal set a pick on Josh Wilson so the slant underneath was uncovered. That is what the PI was called for. The Refs just got the number wrong
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Eddie Royal set a pick on Josh Wilson so the slant underneath was uncovered. That is what the PI was called for. The Refs just got the number wrong
I figured as much. Really thought the announcing crew did as bad a job as the ref's.
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I think all the reports have been that Cofield is one of the top NT's in the game. The problem is more of expectations. The DL are supposed to be controlling the line, with the LB's making the big plays. Overall, I think our 3-4 front 7 is our strongest part on D, with Fletcher's limitations being the weakest link in it. Riley, Kerrigan, Jackson, Rak, Jenkins, Cofield Bowen all bring it to the opponent all game long (except Denver in the 4th quarter )
It is definitely the strongest part of our d, but look what we are comparing the front seven to - the back four. Lol. I think as per expectations the secondary is playing better than the front 7. As per expectations.
Edit: rak and kerrigan have been slight disappointments. Hall is playing out of his head. Amerson is holding his own. Without looking at the numbers and based solely on the eye test this years backfield seems head and shoulders above last years hot mess.
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