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Old 09-18-2018, 01:30 PM   #151
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They already play plenty of 4-3
No. We never play 4-3. We play nickel, that's 4-2-5. Not the same at all IMHO.

Not sure that's the issue though, we played well against the run so far. Pass rush is what we miss...
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Old 09-18-2018, 01:31 PM   #152
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Preston Smith needs to be replaced in the line up if he's gonna be this poor at his job the first 2 weeks.

Fuck this guy seriously
He's been more productive than RK
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Old 09-18-2018, 01:32 PM   #153
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Redskins have the #1 ranked total D so far
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Old 09-18-2018, 02:03 PM   #154
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I guess overreaction Monday has been extended eh

Week one: fans in wait and see mode

Week two: Iíve seen enough burn this fucker down


Lol. Wait n see after a victory over the lifeless Cards was fair. We waited. We saw. We saw a team get absolutely pushed around and man handled by a really bad defense in their own house. And this is year 4 for Gruden? So not exactly a rush to judgement. He has proven himself incapable of coaching in this league for quite a while imo.
If we lost a close one - even to a lackluster team than ok - it is the NFL. But we got our asses kicked all over the field by the effin Colts. Donít bode well man.
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Old 09-18-2018, 02:06 PM   #155
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I give Gruden credit - it's hard to keep a job in this league for 5 years of mostly mediocre football. 9-7 is his high water mark, and I don't see it getting any better this year.


Not when you come in on the heels of several other failed coaching staffs and a fan base clamoring for consistency and a quarterback finally coming of age (KC). We all knew he had some guaranteed time to turn it around. He hasnít.
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Lol. Wait n see after a victory over the lifeless Cards was fair. We waited. We saw. We saw a team get absolutely pushed around and man handled by a really bad defense in their own house. And this is year 4 for Gruden? So not exactly a rush to judgement. He has proven himself incapable of coaching in this league for quite a while imo.
If we lost a close one - even to a lackluster team than ok - it is the NFL. But we got our asses kicked all over the field by the effin Colts. Donít bode well man.

2 games down 14 to go, a lot of football left
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Old 09-18-2018, 02:20 PM   #157
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Re: Colts-Redskins Postgame Thread

It's not a must win, but I strongly encourage winning. Starting off 0-2 at home is no bueno. Also, the team needs to give away tickets or do whatever it takes to fill the stadium up with Skins fans. Game hasn't even started yet and I'm already annoyed by how many Packers fans are there.
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Old 09-18-2018, 02:44 PM   #158
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Redskins have the #1 ranked total D so far
Somewhat a function of the offenses we have faced so far. A significant test comes this Sunday -- a real offense comes to town. But the D overall hasn't been bad. Luck threw for 181 yards, 2 TDs, and 2 INTs. We ought to win (or at least be competitive) in a game like that. This week was all about offensive failings in my judgment. O-line was terrible, WRs were invisible, and play-calling/adjustments were awful.

But as Matty points out, it is early in the season. Losing at home sailing into the bye week would really be bad.
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Old 09-18-2018, 02:56 PM   #159
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So after the game Trent Williams said something is wrong with his knee from surgery 8 months ago? are you fucking kidding me?

Tarik El-Bashir asked him and Silverback said complications affected his play Sunday.

Great
This is probably why we went tackle in the 3rd round. At this point of Trent's career he's always going to have something going on.
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D was far from perfect but played well enough for us to win. 9 points at home against Indy is awful on so many levels.
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Old 09-18-2018, 03:04 PM   #161
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Somewhat a function of the offenses we have faced so far. A significant test comes this Sunday -- a real offense comes to town. But the D overall hasn't been bad. Luck threw for 181 yards, 2 TDs, and 2 INTs. We ought to win (or at least be competitive) in a game like that. This week was all about offensive failings in my judgment. O-line was terrible, WRs were invisible, and play-calling/adjustments were awful.

But as Matty points out, it is early in the season. Losing at home sailing into the bye week would really be bad.
While its early in the season...this is Gruden's 5th season and mostly his offense.......should we really be having games like past Sunday at this point in front of 57K home opener?

Too me, this past game just had an ominous feeling to it. I don't get that performance, I just don't. Not after a dominant week before...Gruden said he sensed low energy from the team...again, why is this?

MUST WIN AGAINST Green Bay. This isn't about just a big game cause it Green Bay, this is about laying out the foundation for the rest of the season. I need to see the team execute well...I need to see the team play hard....I need to see Gruden call a good game.

This last week was unacceptable as a fan. Completely unacceptable.
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Old 09-18-2018, 03:08 PM   #162
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Chico -- I don't disagree with anything you just said. It's early, but the effort and coaching makes for a sense of urgency now.
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I guess overreaction Monday has been extended eh

Week one: fans in wait and see mode

Week two: Iíve seen enough burn this fucker down
LMFAO i literally busted out at my desk and ppl started staring.

In all seriousness tho, I'm over the HC and DC. without a winning record I think Jay will be gone and I can't argue with that. I want a creative and talented firecracker for a DC, i'm beyond wit's end with our recent DCs.
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LMFAO i literally busted out at my desk and ppl started staring.

In all seriousness tho, I'm over the HC and DC. without a winning record I think Jay will be gone and I can't argue with that. I want a creative and talented firecracker for a DC, i'm beyond wit's end with our recent DCs.
The word "fucker" is always solid lol.
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Old 09-18-2018, 05:10 PM   #165
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Redskins have the #1 ranked total D so far
Definitely not the best D in football but I do think they played well, including last Sunday.

Watching the game again, All 22, confirms my feelings:

-Coverage by our ILBs improved tremendously from last year. Mason Foster had a REAL solid game, key tackles on 3rd down pass plays, TFLs, tipped ball...

-Dunbar is turning into the real deal.

-Johnathan Allen is a beast.

-I can't quite get my finger on why we don't generate more pass rush... The second INT was caused by pressure (Allen, Kerrigan and Smith), good position by Foster, and DJ making the play though, so I'd be curious to see pressure stats from this game.

-I also don't think Smith left that much on field. Made a nice deep throw to Richardson in the 3rd QTR. He overthrew Crowder on a go route. Overall I'd say the receivers weren't open that much...
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