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Old 09-26-2018, 10:45 AM   #196
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Glad to hear positives about him. He has become the whipping boy for 90% of all Redskins fan. The guy is held to an absurd standard. His play style is not Desean Jackson where he's blowing by folks. Its getting a step and/or leverage and/or positioning and making a play on the ball because he's bigger, stronger, and has way more athletic ball skills than the man covering him. The more chances he gets the more AS will trust him. Looking forward to seeing the progress over the course of the season.
Baloney! He is was First Round draft pick three years ago and he hasn't done squat, so far.
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Old 09-26-2018, 10:49 AM   #197
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imo he is missing out in opportunity for bigger plays and getting the ball to multiple receivers is better strategy than feeding just one or two.
There were plenty of big plays versus the Packers.
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Old 09-26-2018, 10:53 AM   #198
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Baloney! He is was First Round draft pick three years ago and he hasn't done squat, so far.
On specific plays not overall performance is what I was talking about, still might be baloney to you, but I should've been more specific.

I don't really count his 1st season and I think he did at least decent last year in his 1st full season. 13 more games to go still this year.
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Old 09-26-2018, 10:55 AM   #199
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Don't know if its been posted but Breeland has signed w GB
He will fill a need for them. I liked Breeland, but at the same time feel we have done a good job in spotting and developing talent at CB.
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Old 09-26-2018, 11:00 AM   #200
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There were plenty of big plays versus the Packers.
True...but going forward.
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Old 09-26-2018, 11:48 AM   #201
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I feel that lost in all the talk about Allen and Payne, and the nitpicking by fans, is how Ionnadis is having an amazing year. I think he's had a sack in every game, and this sack where he manhandled Bulaga was ridiculous:

https://twitter.com/MarkBullockNFL/s...87051524341760
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Old 09-26-2018, 12:09 PM   #202
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I feel that lost in all the talk about Allen and Payne, and the nitpicking by fans, is how Ionnadis is having an amazing year. I think he's had a sack in every game, and this sack where he manhandled Bulaga was ridiculous:

https://twitter.com/MarkBullockNFL/s...87051524341760
Matty I. has been an absolute monster this year, I agree. I watched that clip about 5 times just in awe of the pressure we can generate with only 3 linemen. It's beautiful. All 3 of those guys command a double team to be truly neutralized.
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Old 09-26-2018, 12:13 PM   #203
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I remember against the Raiders last year where Ioannidis walked Rodney Hudson back into Carr very similar to what he did to Bulaga... dude is strong like bull
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Old 09-26-2018, 12:22 PM   #204
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Matty I. has been an absolute monster this year, I agree. I watched that clip about 5 times just in awe of the pressure we can generate with only 3 linemen. It's beautiful. All 3 of those guys command a double team to be truly neutralized.
Yeah that was easily the best play of the game. Get some!!!!

2nd favorite was Moreau's strip.

That was a fun game for Skins fans.
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Old 09-26-2018, 02:05 PM   #205
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I feel that lost in all the talk about Allen and Payne, and the nitpicking by fans, is how Ionnadis is having an amazing year. I think he's had a sack in every game, and this sack where he manhandled Bulaga was ridiculous:

https://twitter.com/MarkBullockNFL/s...87051524341760
Great point - I have watched that over and over. The great thing about it too, if you watch Payne, lined up right over the center, he drives the center back into Rodgers's face pretty much right off the snap. Rodgers reacts by sliding right in the pocket which puts him closer to the bull-rushing Ioannidis.

And then of course Ioannidis crumples up Bulaga like an empty can of beer he just shotgunned.

The RG is kind of sitting there deciding whether to help against Payne or Ioannidis, and it's too hard of a choice so he freezes and just does nothing.

Great play.
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Great point - I have watched that over and over. The great thing about it too, if you watch Payne, lined up right over the center, he drives the center back into Rodgers's face pretty much right off the snap. Rodgers reacts by sliding right in the pocket which puts him closer to the bull-rushing Ioannidis.

And then of course Ioannidis crumples up Bulaga like an empty can of beer he just shotgunned.

The RG is kind of sitting there deciding whether to help against Payne or Ioannidis, and it's too hard of a choice so he freezes and just does nothing.

Great play.
Steal of his draft class at the position IMO
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Old 09-26-2018, 03:17 PM   #207
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https://twitter.com/john_keim/status...963954176?s=20

Wow...destroyed this dude with just brute strength and leverage
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Wow...destroyed this dude with just brute strength and leverage
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Old 09-26-2018, 03:36 PM   #209
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Didn't really notice Settle but wasn't looking that closely either, did he get any burn Sunday? How'd he look?
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Wow...destroyed this dude with just brute strength and leverage
OK I love watching this one over and over too. You can tell it's schemed to go exactly behind Scherff. Bergstrom the center doesn't worry about trying to drive his man off the ball, he's just trying to turn him away from the play, just long enough for Roullier to pull around him. Roullier jumps behind Bergstrom and follows Scherff through the point of the attack, and All Day's job is to just follow them through.

So Jay basically says:

- Brandon, you beat the shit out of your man. Blow him into next week.
- Tony, just wall your guy off.
- Chase, come around through the hole and clean up any LB or safety trying to fill the point of attack.
- Adrian you pound it in.

But it all starts with Scherff. If he's stalemated at that spot by his man then Roullier comes around and creates a traffic jam, and at that point All Day is dancing.

Jay knows Scherff in a phone booth is an advantage, and he schemed around it.

Great fucking play.
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