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View Poll Results: Who gets your game ball for the Skins 16-13 in over the Jags?
Johnson 11 37.93%
Kerrigan 4 13.79%
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other 2 6.90%
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Old 12-16-2018, 10:22 PM   #31
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Re: Jags postgame

Loooool. That made my night.
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Old 12-16-2018, 10:24 PM   #32
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Re: Jags postgame

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Also totally forgot to mention this, Ryan Kerrigan quietly becomes the all-time sack leader in Redskins history. And in true RK fashion, nobody remembers, because most people think he isn't that good. Congrats to him and to Josh Johnson for the first career win.

Edit: I said that because I swear I remember hearing the CBS crew say that (unless I'm going crazy, in which case carry on).

However according to PFR Manley is the career sack leader with 91 for the Skins, Mann is second with 82. Kerrigan just passed Mann for second with 82.5. Which still, is impressive regardless considering nobody thinks Kerrigan is any good because he's not JJ Watt or Von Miller.


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Has anyone looked at our career sack leaders list? JFC.

1. Manley - 91
2. Kerrigan - 82.5
3. Mann - 82
yuuuuuuuuuuge gap
4. Coleman - 43.5
6. Orakpo - 40
12. Preston Smith - 24
23. Phillip Daniels (LOL) - 17.5
It is crazy that by next year he could be the all time sacks leader. Like you said he gets very little recognition for what he does.
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Old 12-16-2018, 10:24 PM   #33
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Also totally forgot to mention this, Ryan Kerrigan quietly becomes the all-time sack leader in Redskins history. And in true RK fashion, nobody remembers, because most people think he isn't that good. Congrats to him and to Josh Johnson for the first career win.

Edit: I said that because I swear I remember hearing the CBS crew say that (unless I'm going crazy, in which case carry on).

However according to PFR Manley is the career sack leader with 91 for the Skins, Mann is second with 82. Kerrigan just passed Mann for second with 82.5. Which still, is impressive regardless considering nobody thinks Kerrigan is any good because he's not JJ Watt or Von Miller.


Double secret ninja edit:
Has anyone looked at our career sack leaders list? JFC.

1. Manley - 91
2. Kerrigan - 82.5
3. Mann - 82
yuuuuuuuuuuge gap
4. Coleman - 43.5
6. Orakpo - 40
12. Preston Smith - 24
23. Phillip Daniels (LOL) - 17.5
Very impressive on Kerrigans part. Good for him.

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Old 12-16-2018, 10:28 PM   #34
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Was it question 3?
The redskin post game I was referring to was the tv show .. I did not realize that somebody had a link to the byron Marshall missed tackle allready out on this thread.. sorry for confusion !
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Old 12-17-2018, 12:57 AM   #35
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Also totally forgot to mention this, Ryan Kerrigan quietly becomes the all-time sack leader in Redskins history. And in true RK fashion, nobody remembers, because most people think he isn't that good. Congrats to him and to Josh Johnson for the first career win.

Edit: I said that because I swear I remember hearing the CBS crew say that (unless I'm going crazy, in which case carry on).

However according to PFR Manley is the career sack leader with 91 for the Skins, Mann is second with 82. Kerrigan just passed Mann for second with 82.5. Which still, is impressive regardless considering nobody thinks Kerrigan is any good because he's not JJ Watt or Von Miller.


Double secret ninja edit:
Has anyone looked at our career sack leaders list? JFC.

1. Manley - 91
2. Kerrigan - 82.5
3. Mann - 82
yuuuuuuuuuuge gap
4. Coleman - 43.5
6. Orakpo - 40
12. Preston Smith - 24
23. Phillip Daniels (LOL) - 17.5
I could have sworn Dexter had 97.5 career sacks...not sure how many he had as a Redskin.
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Old 12-17-2018, 01:52 AM   #36
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The thing w/ Kerrigan is although he is a good player, a solid player, he doesn't make any game changing type of plays. He's been very durable and lines up every week but will never be a great impact player.

Had Dexter been able to keep himself straight he was going into the HOF.
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Old 12-17-2018, 01:59 AM   #37
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Re: Jags postgame

Hey I'll take the W, the no TD allowed by the D and the 16 points scored by our 4th string QB behind a depleted Oline on a defense that shut out the Colts a couple of weeks ago.

For the first time this year I really had no hope at all we were going to win this game (until kickoff, when I switch to full "we can beat anybody anytime and go to the SB" mode).

So credit this team, they looked pretty fired up too... even Mason Foster had a solid game after this week mess IMO.

Now... I really don't see us beating the Titans. Even before Colt went down this was the game I had the less confidence we could win. They beat the Pats a few weeks ago and their offense seems to be clicking on all cylinders for 3 weeks in a row now.
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Old 12-17-2018, 06:33 AM   #38
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It would be a cool story. Also it's a huge wonder why JJ wasn't the #2 or at least #3 QB all year? He's better than Colt and Mark IMO. He can move around well and has a Cannon.

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Old 12-17-2018, 07:16 AM   #39
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I could have sworn Dexter had 97.5 career sacks...not sure how many he had as a Redskin.
He does, points to you for the accurate memory. 6.5 were as a Buc though, he has 91 for the Skins.
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Old 12-17-2018, 08:29 AM   #40
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Re: Jags postgame

The redskins are now 7-0 this season when scoring first in such games, and are also 7-0 this season when holding an opponent to under 20 points.
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Old 12-17-2018, 08:30 AM   #41
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The thing w/ Kerrigan is although he is a good player, a solid player, he doesn't make any game changing type of plays. He's been very durable and lines up every week but will never be a great impact player.

Had Dexter been able to keep himself straight he was going into the HOF.
His strip/sack that led to Preston's TD against the Cowboys wasn't a game-changing play?



Kerrigan's a stud. Glad to have him on the team and locked in for the next couple years.
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Old 12-17-2018, 08:36 AM   #42
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Yeah to say he doesn't make game changing plays is silly, 25 forced fumbles over his career. He's been a rock solid player for us, definitely underappreciated by too many.
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Yeah to say he doesn't make game changing plays is silly, 25 forced fumbles over his career. He's been a rock solid player for us, definitely underappreciated by too many.
I have been one that is hard to RK, I will admit he is a damn good player. Is he a Great Rusher? No but he's in the top 20 for sure.
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Old 12-17-2018, 10:07 AM   #44
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His strip/sack that led to Preston's TD against the Cowboys wasn't a game-changing play?



Kerrigan's a stud. Glad to have him on the team and locked in for the next couple years.
IDK, to me he just seems to disappear for long periods of time. Great accomplishment though.
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Zac Kerin played 19 snaps yesterday at LG and only allowed 1 pressure. That is not bad
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