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Old 11-18-2013, 10:05 PM   #181
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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.
Deep breaths.

RG3 is no JC.
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Old 11-18-2013, 10:07 PM   #182
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Some of you just don't understand what an offseason can do for development.

RG3 is missing a few WR's, but he's not the next JC. It's more that just RG3. It's a 11 man effort.
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Old 11-18-2013, 10:08 PM   #183
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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.
They are black? And who overhyped Jason Campbell??
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Old 11-18-2013, 10:13 PM   #184
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JC was the dink and dunk king. RG3 can at least make the deep throw even if his accuracy is crap this year. I do think he's incredibly frustrated with himself and his receivers this year too though. I don't think he's just like "ho hum I made a booboo". I think it matters but he's just a low key dude.

I'd much rather have that than the screaming matches like Schaub and Johnson/Romo and Bryant get into.
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Some of you just don't understand what an offseason can do for development.

RG3 is missing a few WR's, but he's not the next JC. It's more that just RG3. It's a 11 man effort.
And I don't think some understand how coming back from a major knee injury can impact accuracy. Throwing a football all starts with your legs.
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JC was the dink and dunk king. RG3 can at least make the deep throw even if his accuracy is crap this year. I do think he's incredibly frustrated with himself and his receivers this year too though. I don't think he's just like "ho hum I made a booboo". I think it matters but he's just a low key dude.

I'd much rather have that than the screaming matches like Schaub and Johnson/Romo and Bryant get into.
Yeah, and regardless of any beef between RG3 and either Shanahan, Griffin carried the team last season. Like Jason Campbell never did. We'll never see a healthy Griffin get outplayed by a Todd Collins career Qb, either. There's no comparison between RG3 and Campbell.
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Old 11-18-2013, 10:28 PM   #187
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They are black? And who overhyped Jason Campbell??
Griff is missing alot of throws this year, missed a ton Sunday. Including the one to Paulsen. I dont care what parts of anyones body were in his face. That being said, once again I will plead ....do not compare him to JC.
.....and good call on "over hyped" JC. Lmao. First I ever heard of him being hyped or overhyped or anyhyped also.
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And I don't think some understand how coming back from a major knee injury can impact accuracy. Throwing a football all starts with your legs.
Well, it would help if we didn't have to reset his feet before he even finishes his drop because the guards are getting pushed back in to his face.

Some people just see what they want and cast blame on the easy targets.
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Griff is missing alot of throws this year, missed a ton Sunday. Including the one to Paulsen. I dont care what parts of anyones body were in his face. That being said, once again I will plead ....do not compare him to JC.
.....and good call on "over hyped" JC. Lmao. First I ever heard of him being hyped or overhyped or anyhyped also.
How can you not care what body parts on in his face? Have you thrown a football at the elite level off your back foot with a hand in your face and your teammate pushing you backwards?

Watch the Panther game right now. Look at the difference in a pocket, and what we allow RG3 to throw from.

Panthers run a very similar offense to us.

QB's miss throws. It happens, but it doesn't always mean it's the QB's fault. If QB's were perfect the completion percentage around the league would be a lot better than 50-70%
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How can you not care what body parts on in his face? Have you thrown a football at the elite level off your back foot with a hand in your face and your teammate pushing you backwards?

Watch the Panther game right now. Look at the difference in a pocket, and what we allow RG3 to throw from.

Panthers run a very similar offense to us.

QB's miss throws. It happens, but it doesn't always mean it's the QB's fault. If QB's were perfect the completion percentage around the league would be a lot better than 50-70%
Nobody is saying our pass protection isnt shit. It is shit. It is thee stinkiest shit you can imagine.
However, talking about that Paulsen throw....he missed - bad. Plain and simple.
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Nobody is saying our pass protection isnt shit. It is shit. It is thee stinkiest shit you can imagine.
However, talking about that Paulsen throw....he missed - bad. Plain and simple.
He missed, because Paulsen slowed down, and he couldn't set his feet while being pushed back.

Look.. RG3 misses throws. I wont defend him when it's his fault. His biggest miss throw wasn't even the Paulsen throw. It was missed throw down the sideline to Moss in the 4th Q. Even though moss was held a bit, he needs a catch-able ball for the WR there. Its the same play that Kyle screamed "fuck" on live television lol

BUT! you guys are wrong about this Paulsen throw. Point blank wrong. Wasn't 100% his fault.

He initiates his drop, has to reset his feet to the left, when he does the Tackle pushes the guard in to him. Making him throw off his backfoot and attempt a 20 yard throw.

Edit :I'm not a coach, but I honestly don't think our pass protection would be that bad if we rolled the front line like we did last year. I'm not talking about the RO. I'm talking about mixing in more of the traditional offense the run with Cousins. It's been our most effective offense scheme, yet we seem determined in continuing drop back passes from the RO/PA and pistol.
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Watch it in real time - not pictures. The last throw of the game was off his back foot with a hand literally in his face. However- it was a piss poor decision. The throw to Paulsen was not as disrupted as you are making it out to be. Anyway - it happened, its over, time to move on. I do not want anybody quarterbacking this team but number 10. I certainly dont want to hear about friggin jason campbell.
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Watch it in real time - not pictures. The last throw of the game was off his back foot with a hand literally in his face. However- it was a piss poor decision. The throw to Paulsen was not as disrupted as you are making it out to be. Anyway - it happened, its over, time to move on. I do not want anybody quarterbacking this team but number 10. I certainly dont want to hear about friggin jason campbell.
I just watched it twice live.. The last throw of the game was terrible. Was a really bad play from him, and shows he needs to develop still.

Although, the Paulsen throw is not his fault 100%. He's had a lot more throws this year that warrant questioning like the one you listed.

Honestly.. I would rather watch him overthrow a TE by 6 yards, than watch him ever throw the ball off his backfoot in the endzone with the game on the line with another down left.
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