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#2367759 Anyone else notice a couple of things in this current Skins vs Eagles game?

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 08:19 PM

RG3 has the will to win though. A documentary told me so.


#2367757 Anyone else notice a couple of things in this current Skins vs Eagles game?

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 08:18 PM

I absolutely wish Kelly was our coach. Wanted that last year. Was so happy when he said he was returning to Oregon then upset when he changed his mind


#2367729 Just re-watched the game and these plays/penalties cost us the game

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 08:07 PM

My opinion is the fumble on the punt is what cost us the game. Not D-will's.

Even though they did not score we lost a possession and it completely changed the field position game. We never had field position better than our own 20 in the second half because of that.


#2367712 Eagles @ Skins

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 08:01 PM

i'm not an rg3 fan in the least... but he's not gonna make it through the season on that knee, and that's sad


I don't think he is healthy, and if they can't run stuff off of the read option he is going to have to make throws he hasn't been asked to make yet.


#2367658 Eagles @ Skins

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 07:46 PM

Goddamnit why did we not fire Rivera and hire Kelly?!?!

That is not Chud's spread offense. That is a spread offense as it is meant to be played.


#2367637 Eagles @ Skins

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 07:38 PM

If the Eagles were playing a real team, they would be losing. The Redskins' pass rush has gotten better through out the game. But their DBs suck and their O can't sustain a drive.


Well, maybe. I was under the impression Skins were a decent team. But we will see, but I am impressed by the Eagles so far.


#2367095 Balancing Our Offense Will Be A Fine Art

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 03:42 PM

I agree with using Cam in short yardage situation. Or at least using Cam as a threat to run.

That was really my only criticism of Shula yesterday.


#2366994 Ron and Mike say they will open up the offense,do you believe it?

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 02:52 PM

Our Shula ran offense was better in every facet over Chud's offense against Seattle last year

 

Last year:

 

First downs: 13

Third down efficiency: 2-11

Total plays: 52

Total Yards: 190

Yards per play: 3.7

Possessions: 12

Yards per pass 3.7

sacks: 4

Rushing yards: 82

Yards per rush: 4.3

Red Zone TDs: 0/2

TOP: 24:14

Points:  6

 

 

This Year:

First downs:  17

Third down efficiency: 5-11

Total plays:50

Total yards: 253

Yards per play: 5.1

Total Possessions: 9

Yards per pass: 5.4

Rushing yards: 134

Yard per rush:  5.2

red Zone TDs: 1/1

TOP: 29:46

Points:  7

 

 

 

So according to that we were actually more aggressive and way more successful than we were last year in every facet.  All in 3 less possessions!!!

 

 

So what am I supposed to be worrying about again?

 

If our defense brings it every week like yesterday, we are going to be fine.

 

 

Shula >>>> Chud

 

 

 

 

 

 




#2366752 Rivera Presser at 12:30

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 12:57 PM

So was captain getting beat like a drum or was that the zone breaking down because of Wilson buying time.......i saw on a couple plays cap jump the route but the receiver moved over a bit and made a decent gain, pretty sure on one of tates big gains that's exactly what happened him and one of our lb jumped a curl route but the receiver slid over and made the catch and run.....not making excuse for cap just curious


It sound rediculous when you look at Russell's stats to say this but our secondary wasn't as bad yesterday as we think.

Russell Wilson was harassed all day but he extended plays with his feet and if a guy does that eventually guys are going to get open. Several plays Russell did not have an open guy initially but was able to scramble around and he is so accurate on the run that he was able to make plays.


#2366712 Rivera Presser at 12:30

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 12:35 PM

it's ultimately his responsibility if the team isn't prepared enough. it's his responsibility if his staff doesn't call the right plays. it's on him if his staff doesn't adapt or the team as a whole doesn't produce enough.

 

he's the coach. it's his team. it's on him if they don't win.

 

that's not to say, and i know that this is what people are going to assume,  that i'm saying he's solely to blame. he was not faultless. he was not without blame. he was part of a team problem and he wasn't a part of the solution.

 

accept blame for your part in a loss as the leader of the team. own it when your team doesn't finish the game with a win. leaders don't point fingers...at least without acknowledging that the other fingers point back at him.
 

 

I think he did acknowledge that several times.  He didn't cost us the game yesterday.  Really if you want to see where the blame lies look one place.  We had two turnovers they had one.  One of those was Deangelo's of course.  Our other fumble completely changed the dynamic of field position in a defensive game in the second half.

 

That is really what it all came down to yesterday.  Two fumbles.  Because of that fumble in punt covereage we ended up with only 3 possessions with starting field position of our own 10, our own 20, and again our own 20.

 

That is tough sledding against the Hawks.

 

 

They had field position of our own 49, then their 35, and their 26 (also their own 8 after Williams fumble)

 

That difference in starting positions all traces back to that fumbled punt.  That changed everything for this type of game.

 

Rivera has enough on his resume to question him.  I am not saying Rivera is the greatest coach.  but yesterday was not an example of poor coaching costing us a win.  At least in my humble opinion




#2366675 Rivera Presser at 12:30

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 12:19 PM

It looked like basic cover 2 man, i dont think it was zone because Thomas would have stopped in the comeback zone. Godfrey was supposed to be there, but got there late and took a bad angle, still, if it was man coverage, thomas needs to be on his hip.

 

Rivera said flat out that wasn't on Godfrey.  He could be protecting him or whatever but he said that was on Thomas.

 

And also, Thomas had decent coverage that time (unlike the play before).  Not great coverage, but decent and Wilson threw a perfectly placed pass and the guy made a good grab.




#2366530 Am I the only who thinks we played well but the seahawks played better?

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 11:25 AM

I think we outplayed them most of the game but they caught the breaks and had the one big play.

It just sucks because it always seems to happen to us. The ball never bounces our way. :(


#2366492 Rivera Presser at 12:30

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 11:09 AM

Actually I hope the press conference starts exactly like this lol

 

 




#2366470 I hate these seemingly over-reactive threads, but...perhaps we need to change...

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 10:59 AM

Jeebus.  Shula was not the problem yesterday.  I wasn't 100% happy with some of the decisions but I like what we are trying to accomplish.  Yes we only scored 7 points, but looking at the bigger picture I am not up in arms over our offense (yet).




#2366460 Rivera Presser at 12:30

Posted by teeray on 09 September 2013 - 10:55 AM

Anything less than a full Hal McCrae will be a dissapointment

 

 






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