The refs were just awful in every sense of the word.
Last edited by RedskinParadigm; September-17th-2012 at 10:51 AM.
Anybody catch the Trent Williams post game interview? Asked if RG3 performed well enough to get a win, Williams responded he didn't know that he had his back to him the whole game. Way to stick up for your QB, Trent. It looked like your back was on the ground most the game. Not a fan of this guy.
I haven't seen this brought up anywhere else. The thing that bothered me most about the incident with Morgan was the actual play. His lack of field sense and whereabouts led him to run BACKWARDS, away from the first down marker, even though it appeared his forward momentum would have all but guaranteed a first down. We could have been looking at first and ten, with possible shots at the end zone. I was already screaming at the TV for that boneheaded backwards "Brandonesque" move before the thrown ball ever happened.
"Board Member 1: I've never heard of half of these guys and the ones I do know are way past their prime.
Charlie Donovan: Most of these guys never had a prime.
Board Member 2: This guy here is dead.
Rachel Phelps: Cross him off then."
Not only did we get a world beater QB , but our General Manager Bruce Allen will leave no stones unturned getting us the right people and for once we can turn the corner from all the crap Vinny Cerrato left behind., I am not to worried , we have been in tough spots before and made it through the season , that's what good general managers/coaches are for.........ball is in your court Bruce/Shanny!......let's see what you got.
I always found when i was playing australian rules football that if a player did anything i didnt like or say something stupid the next time i tackled him, i lined him up from some distance and i would hit him hard but fair, that is how you teach players like finnegan to play the game it was intended, if he needs his mouth to get an advantage then his abilities arent the best, you play to your strengths not his weakness, at some stage defender will need to be blocked on a run or after a catch then you open the can of whoop... and let him have it. Hopefully MS will sit the guys down this week and tell them retaliation isnt acceptable, and that on the field ALL the players need to be cool and poised...
o The defensive gameplan was baffling.
o Special teams needs to tighten up.
o Kyle is feeling his way through guiding a new offense
-efficiency, efficiency, efficiency especially on 3rd downs
-We're doing so many different things on offense that I wonder if he's figured out exactly what they want to do in critical situations and ultimately its what you do in critical situations that will determine how good this offense will become.
I thought zone-read+packaged play WR screen would be a good way to go on critical 1st downs but what do I now?
o What is the next step for this offense?
I would like to see more rhythm drop back passing where Griffin gets to take a drop and go through his progressions and make his decision/throw; eventually this is where Griffin will make his hay.
We're showing so much pistol/spread that I think we should start mixing in regular Denver/Texans WCO offense to give teams less tape of the Baylor stuff and to take advantage of teams keying in on the Baylor stuff.
Last edited by darrelgreenie; September-17th-2012 at 08:29 PM.
1. We need to run the hurry up OF the rest of the year. It worked great the 1st game when we beat the Saints.
2. We need to be ALOT more agressive on DF the rest of the year. We don't have the corners to play soft.
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