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Old 11-13-2017, 02:50 AM   #46
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Breeland and Norman got smoked today.

Monte Nicholson needs to get back on the field because him and Swearinger are by far our best safety combo. D Hall and Everett need to sit
Hall is done in this league. He had a decent game last week, but that was likely more of it being fool's gold than anything else. I appreciated what he has done as a Redskin, but he's done. Too many injuries to his lower extremities has also robbed him of his dynamite speed, too.

He wasn't playing well last season prior to getting injured. It's time for him to retire.
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Old 11-13-2017, 02:55 AM   #47
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I saw it first hand against Dallas, it was sad and embarrassing.

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I kinda expect it when we play teams like the Steelers, Cowboys, Packers, or even the "bandwagon" Patriots at home.

But, when you have a team like the Vikings, and their fans are all throughout the stadium, then you have to wonder. I seriously doubt they have a large fan base.
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Old 11-13-2017, 07:51 AM   #48
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I haven't been on jays case all year but yesterday was a disaster, he was clearly over matched and was clueless on a few drives. That 3&1 and 4&1 to CT on both was Jim Zorn like. Jay just never seems to get over the hump either and this is year 4 now.

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Old 11-13-2017, 09:44 AM   #49
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That was the worst play of the game. He has to stop throwing those off the back foot lob interceptions. But he does it regularly, and hes been in NFL for what 5 or 6 years? And it doesn't get fixed.

Also, taking that dumb sack. Got lucky kicker has a huge boot and made it anyways.
I was watching Brady last night and I swear I rarely see that old ass have bad mechanics. He's just so solid with his motion, never gets rattled...

Anyway KC does that back foot shit when he's getting pressured, sometimes he gets away with it and sometimes he doesn't. He was just plain old average yesterday. Had some good plays, had some bad ones.
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Old 11-13-2017, 09:51 AM   #50
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I think our free agents on the dline McClain and McGee have been major disappointments.

Why not just spend that money on a much better, bigger impact player like Calais Campbell?

Terrible signings with little impact

Could have gotten a solid option Nose Tackle.
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Old 11-13-2017, 09:54 AM   #51
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They sky isn't falling just yet, but it's hanging low. The Saints game is going to be a tough one. (Underestimating comment of the year!) I had figured we'd win one of these two games (Vikings, Saints) and go into the Thanksgiving game against the Giants at 5-5. But now, very likely heading into Thanksgiving at 4-6 the way the Saints are playing. Then again, none of us saw the Redskins beating the Seahawks in Seattle, with all of our guys hurt, so I'm sticking with the "Any Given Sunday" mantra.

Even if we're 4-6 after next weekend, we're staring down a very light schedule. The Cowboys will be without Elliot, and we saw what happens when they don't have Zeke in there. We have the Giants twice, the Broncos, the Cardinals, Chargers, and Falcons. Am I missing anybody? If any team that is 4-6 by the end of next week has a chance to end at 10-6, it's these Redskins. All, very winnable games. Sure, likely scenario is they go 8-8, which honestly, will probably wind up being a pretty good achievement considering the injuries to all of our key players and our brutal first half schedule.
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Old 11-13-2017, 10:06 AM   #52
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It was a classic let down game and letís face it the Vikings are solid. On to New Orleans, hope we can get healthier thatís the big key.
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Old 11-13-2017, 10:13 AM   #53
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Vikings looked every bit of a 6-2 team coming off a bye.

Tip the cap to Case Keenum and the offense for being able to run and execute a playbook.

What needs to be done?

Figure out how to stop the Saints running attack and take your chances with the secondary vs Drew Brees.

Or injure Drew Brees.

Just hyper focus on next week. Win in the Superdome and that door stays cracked open.
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Prior to yesterday, I would have said, "Bring on the Saints!", but KEENUM looked like Brees yesterday. Will we get Matt Ionniinininininnidis back?
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They sky isn't falling just yet, but it's hanging low. The Saints game is going to be a tough one. (Underestimating comment of the year!) I had figured we'd win one of these two games (Vikings, Saints) and go into the Thanksgiving game against the Giants at 5-5. But now, very likely heading into Thanksgiving at 4-6 the way the Saints are playing. Then again, none of us saw the Redskins beating the Seahawks in Seattle, with all of our guys hurt, so I'm sticking with the "Any Given Sunday" mantra.

Even if we're 4-6 after next weekend, we're staring down a very light schedule. The Cowboys will be without Elliot, and we saw what happens when they don't have Zeke in there. We have the Giants twice, the Broncos, the Cardinals, Chargers, and Falcons. Am I missing anybody? If any team that is 4-6 by the end of next week has a chance to end at 10-6, it's these Redskins. All, very winnable games. Sure, likely scenario is they go 8-8, which honestly, will probably wind up being a pretty good achievement considering the injuries to all of our key players and our brutal first half schedule.
Falcons arenít in the schedule.
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Old 11-13-2017, 11:28 AM   #56
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Falcons arenít in the schedule.
I was about to reply with the same response.

Our remaining schedule:
@Saints
vs. Giants
@Cowboys
@Chargers
vs. Broncos
vs. Cardinals
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Yup. Depth sucks, and we're really missing Ionnaidis and Allen. I kinda expect our pass rush to suck for the rest of the year. Rushing 4 used to work early on but with our injuries I think Manusky needs to start getting more creative with his blitzes because right now there's no rush.
we've had the most unimagined, vanilla, unispired and retarded defense for over 10 years no matter who the coordinator - it's fucking brutal to watch every week. I dont think we have run a stunt, or delayed blitz or anything creative one time ALL SEASON - IT MAKES ME FUCKIN WANNA VOMIT.
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PLAYCALLING IS GARBAGE BOTH SIDES OF THE BALL, IF COUSINS MAKES A FEW OF THOSE THROWS ON TARGET IT MIGHT MEAN 7 NOT 3 - whats with kicking the fg on the second trip downfield at the end of the game but not the first? - I understand 4th and 25 is hard... but if your gonna take points just KEEP taking points... or i was just drunk and gruden made the right call, but, i doubt it.
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Re: Post game and what needs to be done going forward.

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Our remaining schedule:

@Saints

vs. Giants

@Cowboys

@Chargers

vs. Broncos

vs. Cardinals

@Giants


I see 2-5 being the worst record possible. We split with the Giants, and beat Denver.
I see 6-1 being the best. We lose next week than win out and squeak in to the wildcard spot. If we somehow win next week than the playoffs is a real possibility.
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The "worst play(s) of the game" were the two dumb ass back-to-back run calls when we still had an opportunity to get back in the game.

One of 'em was a run up the gut by Thompson on 3rd and 1, and then a run on the outside on 4th and 1. Why not throw the ball, as we was having success?
Those 2 were also terrible. Stong argument for that to be the worst play(s) as well.
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