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Old 11-18-2013, 10:49 PM   #196
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But RG3 aside. I'm still baffled that we run the ball for 165 yards in the first half, and didn't attempt one roll out. Even if your QB is struggling, help him by cutting the field in half, and allowing him to use his legs.
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Old 11-18-2013, 10:51 PM   #197
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Old 11-18-2013, 10:59 PM   #198
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But RG3 aside. I'm still baffled that we run the ball for 165 yards in the first half, and didn't attempt one roll out. Even if your QB is struggling, help him by cutting the field in half, and allowing him to use his legs.
Not going to argue with you there.....ive been looking for the rollout all year. Perfect happy medium to the RO vs Pocket Passer.
Edit: i said this weeks ago - its almost like it is all or nothing. R/O run and get trucked half the time, or stand in the pocket like he is Peyton Manning. The bootleg is tailor made for Griff. When they do run it seems like it is to the opposite side. I cant even really talk about it because it makes me crazy. Lol
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Wait. We ran the rollout twice after watching the game again. 1st one was a first down to Reed. Second was a Touchdown
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Wait. We ran the rollout twice after watching the game again. 1st one was a first down to Reed. Second was a Touchdown
Why keep doing it? It works! Lol
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Old 11-19-2013, 02:35 AM   #201
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Would also like to add thay on the sack fumble... Reed runs the wrong route and would of been wide open for a quick TD. Was a good play call but bad execution.

That is why I said. " we just played a bad game all around".

To many things going wrong for this team and not enough fingers.
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Was not comparing Jason to griff in football terms, was comparing the smile after missing a wide open receiver on the way back to the sidelines.
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Old 11-19-2013, 09:41 AM   #203
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I have to say that I lost a lot of respect for Griffin over his press conference following the Eagles game. The true character of a person is shown at his worst time, and this is what we get? A immature brat that threw his coaches under the bus and didn't own up to his shitty game he had?
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Would also like to add thay on the sack fumble... Reed runs the wrong route and would of been wide open for a quick TD. Was a good play call but bad execution.

That is why I said. " we just played a bad game all around".

To many things going wrong for this team and not enough fingers.
There is only one finger needed for this team right now, the one in the middle.
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Old 11-19-2013, 10:25 AM   #205
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Mike Shanahan reacting to tough questions, in photos


This is amazing.
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I have to say that I lost a lot of respect for Griffin over his press conference following the Eagles game. The true character of a person is shown at his worst time, and this is what we get? A immature brat that threw his coaches under the bus and didn't own up to his shitty game he had?
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“I was trying to throw the ball in the back of the end zone,” SuperBob said. “It didn’t get to where I wanted it to go. Obviously I was on my heels. Something I can definitely learn from.”

Here’s something that hopefully SuperBob is learning in his second NFL season that he also clearly didn’t learn in the offseason as well — humility.

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Sounds like he was owning that mistake to me.

Ideally he shouldn't have brought up anything that could be viewed as a criticism of the coaches or play calling. But on the other hand he's frustrated just like everyone else and sometimes you say shit you shouldn't. He's not the first guy to do it.

I think people need to take a step back and realize he's a 2nd year QB and a 23 year old guy. He's figuring things out as he goes, on and off the field. It always amazes me how as a society we love to build people up and in the next breath break them back down.
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Sounds like he was owning that mistake to me.

Ideally he shouldn't have brought up anything that could be viewed as a criticism of the coaches or play calling. But on the other hand he's frustrated just like everyone else and sometimes you say shit you shouldn't. He's not the first guy to do it.

I think people need to take a step back and realize he's a 2nd year QB and a 23 year old guy. He's figuring things out as he goes, on and off the field. It always amazes me how as a society we love to build people up and in the next breath break them back down.

One day he's a hero next he's a problem that's how it sounds like around here
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Old 11-19-2013, 10:34 AM   #208
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Was not comparing Jason to griff in football terms, was comparing the smile after missing a wide open receiver on the way back to the sidelines.
We are mad about smiles?
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We are mad about smiles?
Good thing we're getting down to the important stuff.
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Sounds like he was owning that mistake to me.

Ideally he shouldn't have brought up anything that could be viewed as a criticism of the coaches or play calling. But on the other hand he's frustrated just like everyone else and sometimes you say shit you shouldn't. He's not the first guy to do it.

I think people need to take a step back and realize he's a 2nd year QB and a 23 year old guy. He's figuring things out as he goes, on and off the field. It always amazes me how as a society we love to build people up and in the next breath break them back down.
Agree 100%. This guy was on fire last year, and all is forgotten. He is going to be great folks, this second year he did what most due hit the sophomore slump. I don't expect the same after a healthy offseason.
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