You will give the Redskins an ideal to strive towards. They will race behind you, they will stumble, they will fall. But in time, they will join you in the sun. In time you will help them accomplish wonders.
I think ALL fumbles should be counted as a turnover opportunity and any time we look at turnovers we should try to look at them from an opportunity stand point. There is a large portion of luck in regards to recovery.
Last edited by KDawg; October-2nd-2012 at 10:23 AM.
He's been great.
Something else to consider: Shanahan and Shanahan Jr. deserve an awful lot of credit for getting RGIII ready to play and putting together game plans that allow him to succeed while he learns the NFL. They're letting him do things that's he's good at and comfortable with while they are slowly bringing him along with the "normal" offense. He's improving week to week, and I don't think that the coaching job the Shanahan's are doing should be lost on anybody.
And for the folks that think he's running too much, there is a fine line. They didn't need him to run the ball much in the TB game, so he didn't. They couldn't get anything going against the Bengals until they started using Griffin's speed and running ability to loosen up the defense. Then they got rolling offensively.
But, now, it seems as though every time they run RGIII, there is a bunch of folks (Chad Dukes and Lavar being the ones that come to mind) they throw a fit. They have to use him as a runner, or else you're giving away a huge advantage.
There appears to be a light at the end of the tunnel. I just hope it's not a train.
i just want to wear my RG3 jersey every day of the week
Tannehill's wife is so hot.
Last edited by TheDane; October-2nd-2012 at 10:29 AM.
Dukes and LaVar are PAID to stir up controversy. Controversy means attention and attention means ratings. I don't know why people even bother listening to their show (other than when murf is on taking jabs at Arrington )
It's not possible for a Redskins QB to be playing this well. It has to be a mirage. I'm expecting an 8 INT meltdown against Cleveland in week 15, and Rex Grossman will be starting again next year.
I don't think the last stat is a cherry pick. I think it a perfectly reasonable way to look at any quarterback's production. After all, it's not only running QBs who are prone to losing fumbles.
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How is this possible! Don`t you know... at Baylor he didn`t even have a playbook. He`s raw and not ready for the pro game!
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---------- Post added October-2nd-2012 at 12:24 PM ----------
Then we're going to have to count passes dropped by WRs. (just giving you a hard time KDawg)
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