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Old 07-24-2014, 01:24 PM   #46
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Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III feeling better this season - ESPN
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Old 07-24-2014, 01:24 PM   #47
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3rd yr, new weapons, healthy knee, all signs pointing up for Griffin. Comeback player of the year in the bag.
I'll take the wait and see approach. I need to see him run a pro offense before we start talking comeback player of the year. This is not the 2012 offense.
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Old 07-24-2014, 02:10 PM   #48
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He's had one year. Had it not been for his injury, he would have been drafted much higher.
Brandon Jenkins has a lot of pass-rushing talent, but if he doesn't contribute on special teams I don't think Jay will keep him around. The alternative, Rob Jackson, isn't the best pass rusher, but he's good in coverage and run defense. I think the Jenkins-Jackson battle(assuming we keep 4 OLBs) will be a tight one.

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I have three pet players who I'm rooting on this year.

Richard Crawford - I think he's a very good player who can help the team in several ways. I'm just hoping that he has recovered enough to make the team and have a good year.

Josh LeRibeus - I think that Josh has a lot of talent. In the past, he's hurt himself by not being in good shape. But now it seems to me that he has found the motivation to keep in shape. I'd like to see him compete for a starting job this season.

Phillip Thomas - I really wanted him in the draft and we got him. He was an elite playmaker in college and I think he can become a very good NFL player. He might even become a starter some time this season.
I too am rooting for these players.

Assuming he's back to where he was health-wise, I think Richard Crawford makes the roster fairly easily. He was looking like a solid corner last year, plus he has the punt returning thing working for him. Just a guess at the CB group: Hall, Amerson, Porter, Crawford, Breeland, and Biggers. Minnifield goes back to the PS.

LeRibeus makes it too. I think he's got some talent as well, he's versatile and nasty, and the depth along the line isn't awe-inspiring, especially now with Hurt showing up out of shape.

As for Thomas, he's pretty much a roster lock. I think he'll earn quite a bit of playing time this season.
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Old 07-24-2014, 03:03 PM   #49
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I'll take the wait and see approach. I need to see him run a pro offense before we start talking comeback player of the year. This is not the 2012 offense.
they're going to run the read option/pistol this year

i'm assuming the use of read option/pistol is what you assert as not a 'pro offense'?
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Keim's report
Washington Redskins practice report: Robert Griffin III, offense shaky - ESPN
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they're going to run the read option/pistol this year

i'm assuming the use of read option/pistol is what you assert as not a 'pro offense'?
From what I've heard they have been running plays out of the pistol at camp but Jay Gruden seems to be pretty persistent on the fact that there won't be nearly as many designed runs and read-option for RG3
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I'm assuming almost all of the QB's first few days of camp are rough. At this time of year the defense will be ahead of the offense. Non issue.
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I say we make the switch and put in Cousins. Wait....are we are that part yet?
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Keim needs to start his daily report with:" "No injuries today." Someone want to take that up with him?

That's what I want out of training camp.
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I say we make the switch and put in Cousins. Wait....are we are that part yet?
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griffin looks absolutely jacked in his presser today.
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My player picked for come back of the year is Fred Davis. This is his season!
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My player picked for come back of the year is Fred Davis. This is his season!
I think you can't be indefinitely suspended if you want to be eligible for comeback player of the year.
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I think you can't be indefinitely suspended if you want to be eligible for comeback player of the year.
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The offseason, with it's long and winding discussions, ends tomorrow for the Redskins. Set what ails you aside, and with the hope of a new day, a new year, a new coach, and a new optimism after last years debacle.

Talk about what you want to see from whom? What you need to see from a specific player. What would be the biggest disappointment in training camp.

Yes, even do you have your yearly pet project chosen yet.

Whatever it is, whoever's performance you want to praise or trash. Just remember it's all about the time on the field now. No off-season garbage in this thread.

Last year at this time I did a poll and was roundly criticized by GTripp for not including 0-8 wins. He was prescient, this year, no such poll, but I still would not put in 0-5 wins, and I think this team has a chance to put it all together, and win the division by the 14th game. It helps that I don't think the other teams will be good.

But that's looking ahead, right now it's time to see how this team comes together.

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