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This thread is retarded.
You get to this point because of the guy, and all of the sudden all you armchair gm's want to pull him in hindsight... with a 14-13 lead at the half.
RG3 is the reason the skins were in the playoffs, and you people want to stab him in the back and pull him?? get a clue people..
Barry Cofield is LEGIT... no more nonsense about we need a "real" NT... HE IS THE REAL DEAL!!!! He goes to the Pro Bowl this year, book it!!!
Griffin just put his ego above the team...not cool.
That's like saying Theismann was soft because he didn't try to tape up a broken leg.......
Last edited by DieselPwr44; January-6th-2013 at 06:57 PM.
Only disappointment for me was in the first quarter RGIII was sacrificing his body over small gains. Wish he played a little smarter there but I don't think it would have made a difference in the end.
RG3 did what he always does: Compete. Shanahan should have acted like the head coach and made the decision. He gambled and it failed. Him and RG3 will work on their relationship and communication in the off-season. We are winning a trophy (or more than one) with RG3 people.
Last edited by jservs7; January-6th-2013 at 07:03 PM.
He didn't, and I am disappointed.
I was disappointed in Griffin's play, but I didn't think he should have pulled himself. I do think, however, that the coaches should have pulled Griffin sooner. At least give Cousins a real chance.
R.I.P. Sean Taylor
All players play with injuries, it's on the coach to take him out whether he stays in or not.
RGIII is tough and doesn't quit. Awesome respect for that. Some of his rough looking passes should have been caught. He should have been pulled for his career & games sake. Last thing we want is to see a player having a career ending injury or be out for next season.
Let's go Hokies!
Last edited by Catatonic; January-6th-2013 at 07:03 PM.
You guys are thinking as "DieselPwr44 & TheGreek" from the internet. Athletes at that level have made their bones by being tough and playing through pain and adversity. They will NEVER bench themselves. Who doesn't know that? Shanahan and company HAS to know that.
It's the same mentality that a pitcher in baseball has when the manager comes in to take him out of the game, "don't take me out, let me go 1 more batter."
The coach's job is to manage the team and that includes these types of situations.
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