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Old 07-27-2005, 12:13 PM   #31
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Yeah, we definitely have to start winning some conference games. Didn't we only have one conference win last year?
I think you're talking about division games, and yes we were only 1-5 in the NFC East.

In NFC conference games we were 6-6.
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Old 07-27-2005, 01:04 PM   #32
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Re: Riggo Blasting Skins.

in the nfc, if you take away division games we were 5-1 and that greenbay game was a loaf of BS. We need to win in the division, if we won half of the division games that is an 8-8 season

If portis doesn't get 1500 yards I'll be surprised.
WRs, we have better ones, than last year. We got EXACTLY what we needed, fast WRs who get tons tons of YARDS PER CATCH, 18.6 and 18.2 or something like that. Coles was a good WR but he didn't "explode" off the line, this is something these guys can do. Our passing game as far as i am concerned right now is to compliment the running game, even if these sub par recievers don't get 1200 yard season I would be happy if they opened the field and gave portis room to run, we are a run first offense, or atleast we tried to be. Portis at 1700 doesn't seem to far fetched to me and it is hard to say that we wouldn't win 2 more games if portis ran 400 more yards. Now defensively i know we will preform, some might say that we did good last year but it can't hold up, it is a system ready to collapse. We were a Defense a true defense, we didn't intercept the ball, we didn't force turnovers, but we did not give up any yards, if we had a good offense we easily would have been number one in the league.

we are not gonna get any good media, basically because even though we were in every game we didn't win them. We can't expect anyone comming out and saying we are gonna win make the playoffs or win 10-11-12 games. We just have to believe what we believe and move on. we know the hype before the season didn't mean an reality in the past so even if 10 reporters came out and said the redskins will win the superbowl it shouldn't change our point of view on our team.
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Defense is the same as last year even if itsn't the same ranking.

ST is huge and that is an overlooked area, Antonio brown with 62 hards on his only kickoff return. We also have the muscle on coverage

Offense- running game will be better, line is better, WRs are better, QB is the same but in a better position

No reason to say we will be worse than last year, knock on wood
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Re: Riggo Blasting Skins.

I want to see Portis catch the ball more too...
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Old 07-27-2005, 01:14 PM   #34
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I want to see Portis catch the ball more too...
he got 40 last year right? he can improve on that if we open up the field

coooooooooooooooley is what i hope for down the middle though
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Re: Riggo Blasting Skins.

Cooley was tough as nails last year in taking hits from the opposing secondary. Portis really is a dangerous open field runner when we get him the ball...
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Old 07-27-2005, 01:32 PM   #36
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WRs are better
Can't buy this till I see it. They're different, but I dont think there's more talent now. Gibbs may utilize his WRs this year unlike last year, but Coles/Gardner > Moss/Patten. I think Jacobs could turn into a true #1 though.
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Old 07-27-2005, 01:44 PM   #37
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Re: Riggo Blasting Skins.

I recently watched the 1982 championship when we kicked Dallas in the head 31-17. Art Monk was hurt and the Smurfs still did an awesome job. One of the commentators (I think it was Pat Summerall) said that one of the guys- Alvin Garrett- was only 5'7". No need to worry about the size of our wideouts as long as the system is good.
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Old 07-27-2005, 03:32 PM   #38
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Re: Riggo Blasting Skins.

NFL pre-season picks are completely pointless nowadays. There's so much parity in the league that no one can know how 80% of the teams are going to fare.

If we play well, we could be 11-5; if we play badly, 5-11. Who knows? Lace 'em up and let's play ball.
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Yep. I still can't wait to watch some preseason. It'll be good to get to see people like McCune in action since a lot of them won't start for a while.
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Old 07-27-2005, 03:59 PM   #40
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i can't wait to watch me some screeeeeeeeeermig, i am going to the baltimore, washington scrimage
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One of the commentators (I think it was Pat Summerall) said that one of the guys- Alvin Garrett- was only 5'7". No need to worry about the size of our wideouts as long as the system is good.

Yeah - those short little receivers were crazy little monkeys!
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