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Old 09-20-2018, 11:04 AM   #46
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A22 Footage wasn't that bad on D, Swearinger has improved in pass coverage as has ZB. The offense was atrocious, we got manhandled by the colts Dline, very concerning. TW with unusual penalties, MM got beat left and right. Complete 180 from the AZ game
So I thought this too, but were we physically manhandled or could we just not deal with the stunts? For me, I would imagine a lot of this is on Roullier and his communication at the snap. I mean obviously the Colts defensive line is a bunch of nobodies and I can't imagine them wrecking shop with a couple of Pro Bowlers on there.

The Cardinals had a damn good defensive line and we seemed to roll over it. Wondering if it was a blocking scheme issue more than a personnel issue.
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Old 09-20-2018, 11:12 AM   #47
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So I thought this too, but were we physically manhandled or could we just not deal with the stunts? For me, I would imagine a lot of this is on Roullier and his communication at the snap. I mean obviously the Colts defensive line is a bunch of nobodies and I can't imagine them wrecking shop with a couple of Pro Bowlers on there.

The Cardinals had a damn good defensive line and we seemed to roll over it. Wondering if it was a blocking scheme issue more than a personnel issue.
The week before the Bengals had zero problem running against the Colts...Avg like 5.0 per carry.
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Old 09-20-2018, 11:21 AM   #48
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Rodgers with limited mobility can definitely work in our favor, we need the pass rush to wake up this week
wait, we have a pass rush ?
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Old 09-20-2018, 11:40 AM   #49
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The week before the Bengals had zero problem running against the Colts...Avg like 5.0 per carry.
I'm still perplexed. Our offensive line looked like the best line in the league week one, and then week two, got pushed around. Silverback didn't look like an all-pro at all. Our running backs couldn't do anything, we couldn't get a pass rush, etc...

To me, it was as if the team was completely unprepared.
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Old 09-20-2018, 11:53 AM   #50
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Was just listening to Doug Williams on the Doc Walker show. In not so many words his biggest concern was getting to the bye without collecting any more injuries, then making a "stretch run." The doesn't inspire me with confidence in beating Green Bay. Green Bay 31 Redskins 24.
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Old 09-20-2018, 12:10 PM   #51
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Was just listening to Doug Williams on the Doc Walker show. In not so many words his biggest concern was getting to the bye without collecting any more injuries, then making a "stretch run." The doesn't inspire me with confidence in beating Green Bay. Green Bay 31 Redskins 24.
WTF!
I'll have listen to the replay.

What a bunch of chicken shit bitches!
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Old 09-20-2018, 12:12 PM   #52
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This is the most winnable game out of our next 3.
We need to go in ready to ball or we could easily go 1-4.
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Old 09-20-2018, 12:17 PM   #53
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This is the most winnable game out of our next 3.
We need to go in ready to ball or we could easily go 1-4.
If the 'skins go 1-4, I seriously start to doubt if Gruden makes it to the end of the season. There would have to be a mighty turnaround for him to keep his job at that point.

Then again, the 'skins beat the Packers this weekend and suddenly everything is alright in the world.
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Old 09-20-2018, 12:20 PM   #54
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Aaron Rodgers is already pissed because they tied with the Vikes,I say he takes it out on us-41-27.
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Old 09-20-2018, 12:43 PM   #55
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Was just listening to Doug Williams on the Doc Walker show. In not so many words his biggest concern was getting to the bye without collecting any more injuries, then making a "stretch run." The doesn't inspire me with confidence in beating Green Bay. Green Bay 31 Redskins 24.
Basically the GM just picked the Pack to win. Great
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Old 09-20-2018, 01:25 PM   #56
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This is the most winnable game out of our next 3.
We need to go in ready to ball or we could easily go 1-4.
Saints are 1-1 and barely beat Cle at home, they aren't as good as last yr. Carolina has a very avg offense, and dallas does too. All winnable
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So I thought this too, but were we physically manhandled or could we just not deal with the stunts? For me, I would imagine a lot of this is on Roullier and his communication at the snap. I mean obviously the Colts defensive line is a bunch of nobodies and I can't imagine them wrecking shop with a couple of Pro Bowlers on there.

The Cardinals had a damn good defensive line and we seemed to roll over it. Wondering if it was a blocking scheme issue more than a personnel issue.
Agreed, they didn't pass stunts well at all. Not sure how much of it is on Roullier though, veterans Olinemen should be able to pass a stunt, shouldn't they?
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Basically the GM just picked the Pack to win. Great

You guys are hilarious, yes Williams has basically bet his house the Skins will lose. I totally see how youíre getting that from his comments.

Injuries are starting to creep up, heís just looking big picture in wanting to get to the bye and heal up.
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we better not come out flat
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Old 09-20-2018, 02:13 PM   #60
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Agreed, they didn't pass stunts well at all. Not sure how much of it is on Roullier though, veterans Olinemen should be able to pass a stunt, shouldn't they?

I have zero idea why they couldnít handle that stuff, itís O-line 101.
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