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Old 08-14-2019, 09:51 AM   #226
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Dallas (Zeke may be out) is winnable
Chicago will come down to earth a little bit IMO.
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Old 08-26-2019, 10:34 AM   #227
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Wes Martin should start

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Old 08-26-2019, 11:55 AM   #228
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I wouldn't be surprised but, in view of the first five games on their schedule, it might be grossly unfair to fire him mid-season.

Game 1 - at Philly
Game 2 - Dallas
Game 3 - Chicago
Game 4 - at NYG
Game 5 - New England

Exactly.
Redskins will probably be Vegas morning line underdogs for 7 of the first 8 games.



Khalil Mack is going to destroy his old teammate Donald Penn wk3.

They better bring 5 QBs for that game.
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Old 08-26-2019, 11:59 AM   #229
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Exactly.
Redskins will probably be Vegas morning line underdogs for 7 of the first 8 games.



Khalil Mack is going to destroy his old teammate Donald Penn wk3.

They better bring 5 QBs for that game.
The Bears defense will not be dominant as they were last year simply because Vic Fangio isn't their defense coordinator anymore, IMO. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that Bears will be easy for Redskins to beat but I doubt they will dominate on defense side that is unless Gruden don't call plays that will protect Keenum.
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Old 08-26-2019, 12:27 PM   #230
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I wouldn't be surprised but, in view of the first five games on their schedule, it might be grossly unfair to fire him mid-season.

Game 1 - at Philly
Game 2 - Dallas
Game 3 - Chicago
Game 4 - at NYG
Game 5 - New England
First three games at home will look like road games. I think they will be 2-3 after 5.
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Old 08-26-2019, 12:30 PM   #231
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It will be tough, right out of the gate with 4 of the first 5 against playoff teams from last year. I don't think it will be terrible though. This team was well on it's way to probably a 10-11 win season last year before QB and other injuries derailed the season. On paper the defense looks better this year. The offense will likely be about as average as it was to begin the season last year, and improve as the season goes on. Really, injuries and whether or not the o-line can adequately protect the QB will tell the story. I can see a 2-3 start, and if things bounce their way maybe 3-2. Honestly, I'd rather have them take their lumps early on than later in the season when injuries/health will likely be more of a concern.
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Old 08-26-2019, 12:51 PM   #232
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Just read this great article about Kerrigan and how committed he is to maintaining his body for football.. Perhaps there is not much else Redskins can do to prevent injuries, only players themselves need to put in the work and commit to body maintenance on their own? Kerrigan gave a great example - "If you are out here working your ass off in training camp and going back to the hotel and ordering burgers and fries for dinner, you are going to struggle the next few days."

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I could be wrong, but it sounded like Kerrigan was calling out some people in this interview...at least people that are no longer with the team.
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Old 08-26-2019, 12:55 PM   #233
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I could be wrong, but it sounded like Kerrigan was calling out some people in this interview...at least people that are no longer with the team.
That's what I thought too, sure seems like it. I hope there's at least one or two players that his words rub off on, we need all the help we can get at preventing injuries.
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Old 08-26-2019, 01:24 PM   #234
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I wouldn't be surprised but, in view of the first five games on their schedule, it might be grossly unfair to fire him mid-season.

Game 1 - at Philly
Game 2 - Dallas
Game 3 - Chicago
Game 4 - at NYG
Game 5 - New England
Why is everyone worried about the schedule so much? Do the Eagles have the 85 Bear defense? They can be had. Is Tribisky Pat Mahomes or something? I see possibly 2-3 wins in there. Or 1-4 / 0-5. That's why you play the games. No one knows who's going to turn the ball over or when the Pats may fall off a cliff.
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Old 08-26-2019, 01:26 PM   #235
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Why is everyone worried about the schedule so much? Do the Eagles have the 85 Bear defense? They can be had. Is Tribisky Pat Mahomes or something? I see possibly 2-3 wins in there. Or 1-4 / 0-5. That's why you play the games. No one knows who's going to turn the ball over or when the Pats may fall off a cliff.
I'll take a gander, the Pats will fall off a cliff when Brady and Belichick retire. They laid the foundation for their entire culture. Until then they could start 0-5 and I'd still think they could be in the playoffs.
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Old 08-26-2019, 04:06 PM   #236
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If my memory serves me right Belichick has always treated the first 4 regular season games like preseason. They have been 2-2 in September quite a few times, then finish with 12 or more wins.
Pats have been starting slow the last few years...they lost to the Lions last year...are we better than the Lions? Of course, under Jay...Skins have started slow as well.
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Old 08-26-2019, 04:10 PM   #237
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Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he expects tight end Jordan Reed to be available for the season opener at Philadelphia. Reed entered the concussion protocol after a hit in Thursday's preseason win at Atlanta. "We're quite confident that Jordan will be fine," Gruden said. That's good news for a team whose passing game revolves largely around Reed.


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Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he expects tight end Jordan Reed to be available for the season opener at Philadelphia. Reed entered the concussion protocol after a hit in Thursday's preseason win at Atlanta. "We're quite confident that Jordan will be fine," Gruden said. That's good news for a team whose passing game revolves largely around Reed.


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Why is everyone worried about the schedule so much? Do the Eagles have the 85 Bear defense? They can be had. Is Tribisky Pat Mahomes or something? I see possibly 2-3 wins in there. Or 1-4 / 0-5. That's why you play the games. No one knows who's going to turn the ball over or when the Pats may fall off a cliff.
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Old 08-26-2019, 06:02 PM   #240
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And when isn't Gruden overly optimistic about players coming back from injury? Also concussions usually have a cumulative effect. The more you get the easier you get them and the longer the effects last.
That was my thought exactly. Game day if Reed isn't ready, Gruden will simply say Well ahhh you know concussions are a tricky thing, and we don't want him rushing onto the field.

Later when it's found out they tried to rush him on the field, it will be, Well ahh Jordan is a gamer, and wanted to get in for the team, but the docs had to do what they had to do.

In the class action lawsuit, Gruden will be like, Well ahh Bruce Allen and DS ahh were my bosses, and I ahh went with their instructions and ahh we just wanted to win those games for the fans.
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