OLB Coach for the 3x State Champs: 2001, 2002, 2008 Atlantic Shores Seahawks2012 Final Record: 2-9
I honestly feel if we cut him, he may get picked up but he wouldn't see much time on the field. Very easy to post this watching Julio and Roddy. He just doesn't have it, he's not athletic enough to be an NFL wr....nothing to do with development. It's wishful thinking that he will be that Big wr that most teams have and they we continue to look for.
"In 2012 the Redskins are gonna be the NFC East champions, and that starts right f–king today.” Kyle Shanahan, 1/1/12
I have more of an issue with his effort...seems to have the Haynesworth disease sometimes with just not giving 100% and pushing himself to make a play. I think that is why RGIII is hesitant sometimes to go his way.
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"**** Dallas" - Sean Taylor #21
this was hilarious...
Hank tweeted "What's good peeps?"
some dude : " Why are you on twitter? you need to practice catching the got damn ball ******”
Hank : "LOL thanks "
"Watching RG3 today is like watching Jordan vs. the Blazers years ago. Waiting for him to shrug his shoulders as he runs by cameras." - John Keim, November 22, 2012. Thanksgiving at Dallas
I would agree that to me it looks more like he is playing either afraid or not to get hurt as opposed to just Haynesworthing it. Definately looks (on TV) that he is just not completing routes, not elevating and not running really hard. Head on a swivel. I do not support cutting him loose, but needs to get some confidence. At Miami and in camp here he has had the dropsies at times, but the playing scared thing is odd.
Last edited by SkinsCrushCowboys; November-6th-2012 at 03:17 PM.
I think once Hank has that big " breakout " game, his confidence will propel him. He's playing a bit scared, but just in his concentration. Once he relaxes from knowing routes perfectly, and having a big game or 2, I think he will be valuable.
Leonard Hankerson is our second leading receiver. Griffin isn't shying away from him.
He is also coming off a tear in his hip that bothered him through training camp. Of course he doesn't look fluid or explosive. How many people here have ran after a hip injury? It's extremely difficult and causes a lot of other muscular imbalances.
Obviously the competition is different at the NFL level so I'm not expecting any front flips but the natural athleticism is clearly there. If you want to question if/when he will recover from his hip injury that is perfectly valid. To pretend he was never athletic enough to begin with is silly.
Even in his college highlights, he immediately goes down after making any catch in the middle.
To be fair a TD pass from RGIII to Hank85 was taken away due to a BS call by the refs...Anyway I saved some of you Funboys/haters a few seats on the wagon..so you'll be safe when Hank85 starts ballin out of his mind next season
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