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Redstuff wrote: Shanahan's offense put RGIII at risk, especially over a 16 game season. Looks like it may well shorten his career as well, though I expect him to come back strong next season. In contrast, it appears that the Ravens don't want Flacco to run at all. I am sure Flacco can run, though he is no running QB. But they don't want to risk him. And Flacco hasn't missed a game in 5 seasons.
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Downeyoshenhun wrote: And the Foreskins lose the game. Life is good.
Posted: 1/6/2013 8:00 PM
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fpats12 wrote: rg3 is actually a good guy, it seems
Posted: 1/6/2013 8:17 PM
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BaltimoreReeds wrote: Man that guy should've been yanked far before. He has done nothing. With Cousins they would've won. If the Redskins trade Cousins it will be a major mistake because their flashy star can't stay healthy. Too little too late playing Cousins at this point.
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Mohara wrote: Downeyoshenhun wrote: And the Foreskins lose the game. Life is good. Yeah, I think the explosion of Redskins gear will subside a bit now.
Posted: 1/6/2013 8:33 PM
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BmoreFan wrote: No, because most of us have ears, eyes, and brains and we make our own decisions. RG3 has never been anything but class. Raplistburger would not know class if it punched him in the face. The comparison is baseless and sad.
Posted: 1/6/2013 8:40 PM
theravenkidd wrote: BmoreFan wrote: No, because most of us have ears, eyes, and brains and we make our own decisions. RG3 has never been anything but class. Raplistburger would not know class if it punched him in the face. The comparison is baseless and sad.This, anyone doing so loses all credibility.
Posted: 1/6/2013 8:42 PM
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BaltimoreReeds wrote: At least Ben used to be very good and dependable. Rginjury will be this problem his career I think. He shows enough talent but can't stay healthy to win a long season including playoffs and coaches will stick with the high injured star.
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BmoreFan wrote: BaltimoreReeds - Still ironic to see you revel in the injury to RG3 after you chastised all of Baltimore for being so mean to little Billy Cundiff. And in between the cheapshots, were you trying to say that RG3 is NOT a playmaker?
Posted: 1/6/2013 11:30 PM
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BmoreFan wrote: The player that actually made that ridiculous trade look somewhat intelligent? The guy who happens to be a much better "pocket" passer than the one who starts in Baltimore, and also happens to run a 4.3 40?
Posted: 1/7/2013 12:11 AM
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BmoreFan wrote: Hey, even blind squirrels find nuts so I guess today is your day to look like a genius. Sadly, the rest of us have to put up with your posts 364 other days. The trade was not RG3's fault, so don't try to get smart about your comprehension of the draft tough guy. You get how that works right? Players get picked and then show up and do the best job they can. And I fogot, 40 times are stupid...so stupid that they get measured every single year. So stupid that guys like Wilson and Kaepernick and Rodgers and RG3 use that speed to make plays every game. I am not saying speed is required, and Brady and Manning are two of the top five of all time...but speed is a nice bonus, and obviously isn't just "stupid" to the rest of us. The only prediction in this conversation that matters is this...you will try to trash RG3 to make yourself feel better while pretending to take the high road. Name a GM that does not wish they could have RG3, if you are so good at predictions. You have no clue. You just like being the Skip Bayless if this website, making bold statements that annoy reasonable people just to hear yourself talk.
Sorry that not everyone agrees with you. This world would be pretty ******* lame if we all agreed on everything. Do you go outside the house much?
Rodgers is a hell of a lot smarter running the ball. I still wouldn't JUDGE him based on his 40 time though... Yeah, i make these silly bold statements like Robert is injury prone based on his running style. I refer to his talent in many of my posts. He is gifted in a lot of areas and his concerns have always been his running approach. How outrageous of me!!! There are PLENTY of experts that say 40 times and measurables are overrated. Suggs was too slow. Ray Lewis slipped to us because "he wasn't the right size". Teams make mistakes based on measurables all the time. Again, how outrageous of me to say that 40 times are overrated! The trade definitely wasn't Roberts' fault. I never said it or implied it. But it's natural for all players to be judged based on things like draft position.
I'm sure judging him based on the trade is also outrageous to you.I really can't find one of these comments that aren't debateable. It's just funny how you take the liberty to link yourself WITH EVERY OTHER PERSON IN THE WORLD. You must have done a lot of research with that one.
Posted: 1/7/2013 12:37 AM
I understand what Griffin was trying to do by playing through the pain. People love a good story where a player tries to play with grit. However it was the first quarter and with an injury to the knee, Griffin should have known better than to try and stay even for one more play. Too much investment into him. I still think the Redskins have a quarterback with superstar potential but he's got to be able to make better decisions about his health.Going back to the whole Shanahan/Andrews story, I happened to find that article right here. If this is true, and I have no reason to think Andrews is being dishonest, then it shows that Shanahan is willing to put the health of his players at risk by not ensuring that they have a clean bill of health. Today was the third time this year that an injury occurred with Griffin that Shanahan dropped the ball with.
Anyone kinda find it funny how Chris Davis' grand slam was his 4th home run on his 4th at bat, driving in 4 runs, causing the O's to win by 4 runs on Opening Day, the 4th game of the season?If that's not Earl talking from above...
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