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Old 03-24-2005, 01:08 PM   #16
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Re: The offense under Brunell vs. Ramsey

Looking at the team, looks like we fixed the O-line, the Defense will be fine under GW,
and our receiving corps should be better, its on Ramsey, he can take us to the playoffs if he plays well...

and i think he can.
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Old 03-24-2005, 01:22 PM   #17
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Re: The offense under Brunell vs. Ramsey

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I'm probably in the minority here but I'm still not entirely convinced that we could just say if Ramsey had started day one we'd be in the playoffs.

I think that, as painful as it was to see Brunell struggle like that, it was necessary in order to allow all the surrounding pieces to get comfortable with Gibbs' playcalling (motions, etc.) while the staff worked on Ramsey in practice until he was ready to come in.
Yup. For such a smart-ass, it's amazing that TAFKAS can actually be quite insightful. : )

All in all, I am hoping that last season is similar to JG's original 0-5 start, just extended over the entire season.
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Old 03-24-2005, 02:04 PM   #18
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Did anyone factor in the red socks?
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Old 03-24-2005, 02:17 PM   #19
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Re: The offense under Brunell vs. Ramsey

I'd just like to point out that 3 of Ramsey's 7 starts came against Philly, Philly, and Pittsburgh. By that time, Trotter had broken into the starting lineup and that defense was playing like one of the best in the league. Pittsburgh's D was awesome all season long.

In those 3 losses, the Redskins were very competitive with the Steelers and very competitive in the 2nd Eagles game (one miscalculated throw to Chris Cooley in the end zone resulted in a Dawkins interception).

Ramsey is likely to continue to struggle against the top defenses, but what QB doesn't? Bottom line is we were competitive against tough teams when he was in there. He just has to keep improving, and he'll get us over the hump. I'm convinced he's a QB that can take us a long ways at some point.
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There's a very complicated equation to take the red socks into account, not sure if my calculator can handle it.
I'v got one just need the numbers.
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Old 03-24-2005, 02:51 PM   #21
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Re: The offense under Brunell vs. Ramsey

I just hope like heck that Gibbs doesn't put Brunell back in there. He consistently says that Brunell is an important part of the team which is fine as long as that part does not constitute him being on the field but on the sidelines helping to tutor Ramsey and Hasselbeck.
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Re: The offense under Brunell vs. Ramsey

I too, wonder what would happen if Ramsey got hurt. Would they put back in Brunell?
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Re: The offense under Brunell vs. Ramsey

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I just hope like heck that Gibbs doesn't put Brunell back in there. He consistently says that Brunell is an important part of the team which is fine as long as that part does not constitute him being on the field but on the sidelines helping to tutor Ramsey and Hasselbeck.
I wouldn't worry. My guess is he has to say that so that the Skins don't look so foolish for signing Brunell to the contract that they did. Ramsey's our guy.
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Old 03-24-2005, 03:29 PM   #24
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Re: The offense under Brunell vs. Ramsey

We need consistant positive play from the QB-who ever it is. With that and our "D" we can go far in the playoffs.
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I too, wonder what would happen if Ramsey got hurt. Would they put back in Brunell?
That appears obvious based on Joe's remarks this offseason. "Mark has got a lot of football left in him." over and over again. Mark is 2nd string, there is no doubt.
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Old 03-24-2005, 06:20 PM   #26
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Re: The offense under Brunell vs. Ramsey

regardless of the stats, the offense just looked like ramsey gave them a spark. they looked excited and more motivated than they did when brunell was under center.
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getting it right priceless
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Old 03-24-2005, 11:56 PM   #28
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Re: The offense under Brunell vs. Ramsey

Fact is we DON'T have a top shelf QB.Brunell is Gibbsies favorite.
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Old 03-25-2005, 03:08 AM   #29
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Re: The offense under Brunell vs. Ramsey

I think that when Gibbs says that stuff about Brunell not being done yet, he means like when Williams came off the bench to win us our second super bowl.
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Old 03-25-2005, 04:33 AM   #30
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Nothing is written in stone. If Brunell came off the be bench and won us the S.B. you would all be lovin hi.
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