As far as I am concerned we gifted this game to Seattle.
I don't agree with your sentiment if RGIII was healthy it would have been a fight. I think Cousins comes in we would have been in a fight and probably win. With a healthy RGIII the Seahawks are run out of the stadium. he would have hit those wide open receivers for either TDs or huge yardage, totally confused the D, very much like the Girls on Thanksgiving. remember in order to stack the box, they had to play man to man which they do well. But what does Man to man D do for the offense? Give a running QB huge chunks of space to run. Hell RGIII would have had a similar game as he did against the Vikings.
Last edited by TheGreek1973; January-10th-2013 at 06:55 AM.
This just confirms my suspicions that his knee was much worse then reported after the game against Baltimore. Sorry, they lied.
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Could be Robert gets hurt again after that knee is getting better.
Trent,(later in the Summer). "How's the knee?"
Robert: "Feeling good man."
Robert:"Oh yeah. Feelin' great"
Trent: *Slap* (Big brotherly type of one) "Thought I told you to be careful!"
Last edited by Park City Skins; January-10th-2013 at 07:50 AM.
This, and other news, in this week's issue of Duh! Magazine.
the provided link didn't work for me. This one did: http://fansided.com/2013/01/09/rober...first-quarter/
Jim Haslett is a horrible coach.
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