Come on dude. America was built on MAJORITY rules. Not the minorities which seem to be getting their way as of late.
By the way, I am not really small, just stating a case.
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Football wise, i think key for us defensivly is to attack Locklear. He was here last year, we know what he is (More what he is not) capable of. We need to send massive pressure to his side and collapse the pocket on Eli. I am not worried about our offense as we find ways to minimize pressure with the boots and play action. We need to keep your offense under control.
Now is the time. Right now. Monday night. Our house. The whole we suck at home thing can end. The whole cellar dwellers in our division thing can end. I heard Shanny on Mike and Mike this morning. We were one of the top stories on sports center last night. Our QB was on NFL AM yesterday. Win this game and we are in for a super fun ride and one we as a fan base sorely deserve after the last twenty years. Lose it, and we are right back where we have been albeit with renewed hope in the off-season. I don't think I can over-state this game.
We are at home. Against the Giants. A shot to make ALL of december relevant not just the first monday in december. Utterly winnable games remain. Its all right in front of us. I can freakin taste it. All we have to do is what we have been unable to do in this very game for the last decade or so. Its time. HAIL TO THE REDSKINS!!
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So here is a question for you guys... i just had a talk with a Redskin fan friend and we were talking about Morris. I said Morris has been a great help to RG3. He disagreed totally and said its the other way around. RG3 has helped Morris. Obviously both complement each other but I still think the running game opens the passing game not vice-versa..any thoughts?
I actually think it's closer that they helped each other equally. Yes Morris helps open up the passing game, but if you don't have someone that can actually pass that is irrelevant (well with the exception of Barry Sanders that is). Then on the other side you have Robert helping Morris in that, even when the opposing team knows that it is a run play they really can't just focus on Morris since Robert can take off and run like the wind. So I'd say it's an equally beneficial relationship that those two Rookies have built up.
I'll tell you this. If Kenny Phillips cannot go that is a huge loss for the Giants. He came back last week and the secondary was so so much better. Several coverage sacks. I honestly think thats the key to the game. Not stopping Morris, not the pass rush but the secondary play. Lets face it..both defenses are gonna give up tons of yards. The question is all about red zone and not giving up big plays. This goes for both teams as until last week the Giants were HORRIBLE in the red zone.
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Last edited by jp03; November-30th-2012 at 10:55 AM.
Holy ****. Is that some sort of respect from the Daily News? Time to gather the canned goods and stock up on bottled water.
“I just wanted to say to the fans … in D.C. and across the nation, they’ve been great for us, cheering us on. At away games they show up in the masses and at home they really made it feel like a home-field advantage. We said this when I was in college, ‘We got a chance to sit at the dinner table and experience success and it was a good meal. But now we want to go back to get dessert.’ We’ll be ready to get dessert next year.”
Robert Griffin’s last words at the press conference.
JP, Does the return of Garcon cause you any additional angst over last game? Personally, I think that his presence alone will open up the offense even more on Monday.
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Living in this area, the Redskins are NEVER treated as a threat. This is so nice to see. Things are looking up.
Also living in this area, I hate the Giants with every fiber of my being, so I can't wait to smack them around Monday night.
I just wish they would shut up. They get ahead in NY because the Jets talk and Coughlin said "Talk is cheap, play the game" Yet the Giants run their mouths more than any team in recent memory......
Last edited by Heidenreich; November-30th-2012 at 11:39 AM.
You are right when you say the running game is opening the pass, but it is also Griffins ridiculous play action motions that lull the defense in and also creates openings. The fake is just carried out so well.
Finally, i hope Locklear is playing. He played well so far, but i think we can scheme a little better this time against him. But that is probably putting faith where it doesnt belong, I.E Haslett.
Last edited by CoolHandLuke; November-30th-2012 at 12:40 PM.
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