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Old 11-18-2013, 06:53 PM   #166
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He might have, but not for ten seconds and thats how far Griff overthrew him by. Lol. That was a bad pass, no way around it.
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Old 11-18-2013, 07:17 PM   #167
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Pti was wondering if griff thought his lAst pass was a 4 down, I think he thought it was
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Old 11-18-2013, 07:18 PM   #168
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He might have, but not for ten seconds and thats how far Griff overthrew him by. Lol. That was a bad pass, no way around it.
Griff's long distance accuracy is a bit worrying. I think I've said it before but anything 25+ yards is almost a crap shoot as to where it's going to go. Is it gonna be short? Long? Towards the sidelines? Into the stands?

He definitely has a cannon, but Jesus, with the accuracy... This didn't seem like a problem last year. He's gotta be pressing.
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Old 11-18-2013, 07:21 PM   #169
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The team's refusal to acquire players with the 'high football IQ' is a big reason they are stuck looking the same every week. There are really smart people on this team. Fletcher is really smart. Amerson and Hall are both pretty sharp. Jordan Reed. Griffin. But overall, the roster does seem to suffer from being a bit slow witted and over-emotional. And the coaches who aren't responsible for talent acquisition do have to work around this problem.
Aw, c'mon man! Stop making stuff up.
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Old 11-18-2013, 07:27 PM   #170
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Griff's long distance accuracy is a bit worrying. I think I've said it before but anything 25+ yards is almost a crap shoot as to where it's going to go. Is it gonna be short? Long? Towards the sidelines? Into the stands?

He definitely has a cannon, but Jesus, with the accuracy... This didn't seem like a problem last year. He's gotta be pressing.
You are correct. Poor mechanics coming out of his rehab might be a factor, too.
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You are correct. Poor mechanics coming out of his rehab might be a factor, too.
Add to that the fact that he doesn't trust his o-line, you have the terrible passing offense we had on Sunday.
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Old 11-18-2013, 08:04 PM   #172
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Paulsen definitely hesitated a bit on the route. I think it was a miscommunication more than anything.
I think that pass was a lot further off than a couple steps. If Logan had broken upfield he couldn't have got that one.

And I think there's a new meme for people to trash-talk the Skins on. Last season it was "RG3 will get killed in the Read Option". When it was safer than in the pocket and scrambling where RG3 couldn't control where the tacklers were coming from, and this season's beginning the same mediots wondered "gee RG3 sure is getting hit a lot in the pocket since they aren't running the read option".

Now I think mediots on TV, bloggers, etc., are considering it fashionable to criticize our Offense's playcalling. Opposing players are saying it, which at this point I put about as much stock into as hearing Giants DLinemen call every OL that beats them "dirty". Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think every team scouts every opponent's tendencies. (To the point I think Cooley's infamous pic of his playbook in his lap, there was a question of what the opponent would do when "x" player substituted in). And that's become a scapegoat even among our own players.

I'm not saying "the media" started this (I know people who report the NFL would love us, any team, to go on a tear, makes a great story), I'm saying they're parroting what other teams are trash-talking about us, to the point our own players are saying it.

Why are other teams saying it? I don't think we're any more predictable than other teams, though I welcome any motivation to mix things up more. I think other teams are scared of what RG3 and Co. could do if he fully recovers. And "predictable" is the worst teams can say. People trash Brady for the "dink and dunk" game he plays, They can learn to hate RG3 beating people with smart running and his cannon arm. As long as we don't get a terrible coach if we replace the Shanahans.

But I don't really know. Am I off base in thinking the above?
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Old 11-18-2013, 08:16 PM   #173
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Pti was wondering if griff thought his lAst pass was a 4 down, I think he thought it was
That would almost be worse.
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Old 11-18-2013, 08:40 PM   #174
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no its not good, but not the reason we lost. its not like they totally shut us down, we ran for 191 yards against them. Lost because of innacurate passing by RG3, dropped passes, and no Defense in the 1st half.

Even with them knowing what was coming we still moved the ball on them. it is a game of momentum, if RG3 hits Paulsen on that opening drive and we score a TD to go up 7-0, it would have been a totally different game.
I know a lot of people think this is far fetched, but the film doesn't lie. Teams have played us to put us in 3rd downs now. They allow us to run, and practice to NOT allow their LB's to suck up on the play action or running game.

Basically they will allow us to run as long as the LB's don't suck up and allow the posts over the top.

Which basically forces us in 3rd down conversions.

Denver did it.
Vikings didn't ( but we also went more traditional against the vikings, and don't know why we didn't against the Eagles.
Eagles did it
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Old 11-18-2013, 08:42 PM   #175
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He might have, but not for ten seconds and thats how far Griff overthrew him by. Lol. That was a bad pass, no way around it.
Please watch the pics I posted a few pages back. It obviously shows that Griffin had Kory's back in his face and a defenders hand over him.
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Old 11-18-2013, 08:45 PM   #176
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Aw, c'mon man! Stop making stuff up.
You must be new here. This is an everyday thing for Gtripp.

Not only does he have all the film from every play. He now holds the test scores from every player, and knows their personal IQ scores.
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Old 11-18-2013, 09:42 PM   #177
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RG3 and Campbell are not comparable unless you look at one obvious similarity.
What, that they were both Redskins quarterbacks that got hyped and overrated?RGIII is missing wide open receivers and then walking back to the side lines like it is no big deal. WIDE OPEN. Screw you and your auto response.
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Old 11-18-2013, 09:47 PM   #178
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Add to that the fact that he doesn't trust his o-line, you have the terrible passing offense we had on Sunday.
I have noticed a lot of people are letting Helu slide for the fumble RG3 had in the second when we were inside the 10. He didn't even chip the blitz. Perhaps I was too spoiled during the Portis years.
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I have noticed a lot of people are letting Helu slide for the fumble RG3 had in the second when we were inside the 10. He didn't even chip the blitz. Perhaps I was too spoiled during the Portis years.
Good call
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Old 11-18-2013, 09:50 PM   #180
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I have noticed a lot of people are letting Helu slide for the fumble RG3 had in the second when we were inside the 10. He didn't even chip the blitz. Perhaps I was too spoiled during the Portis years.
Does anyone have a gif of that play? I feel like Helu missed the block completely. Like didn't even see the dude coming.

I could be totally wrong, hence me needing the gif.
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