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Redskins 2013 Opponents:
Home- Dallas, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, San Francisco, Kansas City, San Diego
Away- Dallas, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Green Bay, Minnesota, Atlanta, Denver, Oakland
Last edited by Skinsinparadise; November-6th-2012 at 10:51 AM.
But, my argument is that any QB would be better off running a smaller scheme like Peyton's than running a much larger playbook because far more repetition makes for better execution -- and execution is more important than having a bigger selection of plays to throw at the defense.
Better execution = fewer mistakes, fewer penalties (offenses don't beat themselves).
Last edited by Oldfan; November-6th-2012 at 11:04 AM.
I love the hyperbole, Aldrick Robinson is our 5th WR. So yeah, most teams 5th WR is going to be less effective then their #2-3 WR.
Under the new CBA rules, teams have a very limited number of practices in pads - and this includes training camp. I think there has been a league-wide drop in fundamentals because of this. These guys simply do not play as much football as players did 30 years ago. This is not a Sam Huff-esque "In the old days, it was better" rant. It's simply math.
Recall some of the 80s Skins players saying the opponents would know they would running 40 gut but they couldn't stop it anyway. To that point, I do think having marquee or at least above average Wrs affect the point in hand. The Skins know Manning is likely going to target Victor Cruz in a key spot but can they stop him, are they going to win that matchup? I don't think there is any guy on this team that the opposing defense is scared of -- if you likely know based on the formation that Hankerson is going to run a post route and the ball is headed his way, IMO he isn't that hard to stop conversely if its Reggie Wayne or an above average WR, different story.
Last edited by Skinsinparadise; November-6th-2012 at 11:29 AM.
What if I told you this:
Logan Paulsen has 3 false starts
Niles Paul has 2
Fred Davis has 1
Hankerson has 1
Moss has 1
(OL has the other 6)
As a team we have less then 4 other teams, the same as 1, and 7 other teams are within 2 of us.
I am a proponent of simplicity, so I like the Tom Moore/Peyton approach. Fewer plays, fewer formations, lots of concentrated practice -- will raise the performance of all players -- including untalented ones.
Last edited by Skinsinparadise; November-6th-2012 at 11:45 AM.
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