Rocky52Mc

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About Rocky52Mc

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  • Birthday 10/31/1990

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  • Redskins Fan Since
    When the brain began working.
  • Favorite Redskin
    Too Many.
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    **** Dallas, Philly, and New York.
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    College Park, MD
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    Football, NFL, Redskins, sports, work, girlfriend, eating, more sports.
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    Retail Service Specialist

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  1. Rocky52Mc

    How was the stadium crowd today?

    It's an understatement to say I was really disappointed yesterday with how Fedex looked and felt. I was in 402, from that view the stadium was half full. The stadium was half full for a game between the Redskins and the Cowboys in week 2 on a perfectly sunny Sunday. You've got to be ****ing kidding me. Cowboys fans owned the atmosphere from what I gathered. I've been going to FedEx regularly for 14 years now, that was one of the most pathetic early season turnouts I've ever seen. I've never been a fan of bashing the FO, but they're literally losing a ton of cash by sucking and I'm not sure I can tell someone in there really cares?
  2. Rocky52Mc

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    I can't help but not think that's textbook PI. Receiver didn't slip, he was off balance coming out of a cut and the DB forces him to the ground to prevent him from getting to the ball.
  3. Rocky52Mc

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Beautiful illegal play
  4. But can he play tackle??? /s
  5. no. no. no. please no.
  6. Rocky52Mc

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    The fact that we didn't draft a QB (or two) to sit behind Alex Smith and grow through crappy years like this absolutely sickens me. Quarterback is THE most IMPORTANT position in all of SPORTS. period. period. period. As ring-a-round as the Cousins era was, people still showed up to the games to see it. The Alex Smith stuff is a joke. They didn't even have to extend him that quickly, but they fulfilled the need to shut the fans up by "signing a QB long-term". I just hope everyone understands something around here; Smith is not a very good QB. You're literally going to have Brunell 2.0. There is zero future potential to do anything with this guy, so we're literally waiting out the years until manifest destiny. Between Smith and McCoy we have $23,775,000 locked up in that position in 2019. Given their cap position and how much they've **** the bed, their best option to draft someone around the Kyle Lauletta area of the draft and have his contact generally renewable by the time Smith expires. This negates a really strong momentum push teams usually have when they're spending little to nothing on a QB until he needs an extension: Seattle (reconstructing now), Dallas currently, Texans currently, Rams currently, Chicago currently, Baltimore (next season), Eagles currently, Kansas City currently. Kind of funny how all of these teams are in the playoffs. The truth is, in the NFL, you need to takes a stab at a young QB consistently until you HIT. This game is dictated and ran by the guys in the pocket; the Redskins are literally in this position, not because between 2 QB's we have 2 good legs, but because we have no real plan, no real future, no real progress to be made, no future investments, and no excitement being produced by the most important position in sports. I can literally deal with Bruce Allen coming back again, but I'm unsure how I'm going to handle watching this offense try to get first downs in the most pathetic of ways.
  7. Rocky52Mc

    Breaking: Redskins claim Reuben Foster NFL.COM

    It's your last rodeo when you're claimed off waivers by a team sporting a ton of your friends. If you can't make it work here, you can't make it work anywhere.
  8. Smith tosses 4 TD's today. Reed 2. Kapri 2. Redskins win 31 - 17 and reclaim FedEx South.
  9. Rocky52Mc

    Random "Thot" Thread (Stadium Edition)

    I think the best bet you can make is on the Skins to win more than 5.5 games as some books have us at. That's easy money.
  10. No. Scherff is amazing on the right. You want to break your car to fix your scooter? They pull him frequently enough to do what they want to do running left, this is a bad idea.
  11. I'm not a fan of the signing at all. Praying the guy stays healthy, praying he can play at (the worst) a mediocre level.
  12. Payne was a no-brainier. Quality pick with high value. Pairing him with his old teammate we have a D-line that can last for a decade. Football is won in the trenches. Take a C/G next and own the run on both sides.
  13. Let me lay out my bias in plain English so I'm not confusing anything; let's pray to God that Jordan Reed stays healthy this year, and that Richardson and Crowder can burn people, because if you watch the tape on Smith all of his success last year came from passes that exposed his receivers to massive hits or he hit a wide open YAC running Tyreek Hill. Who in the NFL would be scared of our running attack when they know damn well all you need to do is stack the box and we can't get out of it. Smith also has the lowest % of passes thrown to receivers who aren't open. I'm not sure if you know this, but our receivers aren't the greatest at creating separation, but they're great at catching competing balls. Here's the plain damn truth and it's a bit worrisome, I'm optimistic though I will say. We're going to need to run the ball better and more, and Smith is going to need to go against the grain of his passing instincts in order for us to be successful offensively. This is going to require Gruden and Smith to get on the same page from Day 1 and not have any serious setbacks heading into the season. Like I said, I'm optimistic, I love this team and this QB trade was 3 steps ahead of anyone else in the league looking for a good starter. There's also a possibility that Cousins potentially held this team back from its full potential, so the changing of players at this position will be telling. Most all of this is just pure speculation based on the recent past of everyone involved and these answers won't be known until the season.
  14. "to push their agenda" I like how this has quickly grown into a conspiracy theory. And I'm sorry, please don't sit around here and preach about DVOA like it's the end all be all of the argument. Defense, as an entirety, can be weighed based on statistical performances but to judge one by a simple rank or number leaves out a dramatic amount of complexities that simply can't be accounted for with weighted algorithms. Unless you identify what you're looking for in stats you can walk away with terrible assumptions. The Redskins had a horrendous defense last year, to say they ranked 11th in defensive efficiency is a joke. Where is the efficiency in letting up 38 points to Dallas? 30 points to the Chargers? 17 second half points to the horrendous 49ers? Blowing the Saints game? The Redskins defense played well only in very small stretches last year. This whole talk about Alex Smith and fans being concerned about winning is because HE CAN'T COME IN HERE AND CARRY THIS TEAM. We need our defense to perform better and we need a run game, this is the basic fundamentals of football and gives us the best chance to succeed with balance across the board. If you think Alex Smith is going to come into a new offense and blossom for 16 games you might be in for a rude awakening. If anything about his career is telling it's that he improves with consistency; well you just took that away from him. The Brady, Manning, Favre, Rodgers comment goes above and beyond what they did in their careers, it's a testament to their legendary skill at the position. You can only win 1 Superbowl a year and these guys all played in the same time frame, often times those teams were loaded. Do understand that the QB "carrying" a team often refers to their mental and physical abilities leading to the win, especially in the later parts of the game. Do you think Alex Smith is that guy? It's obvious this team is going to need to be strong across the board to win games, and there's nothing wrong with that at all. It seems here like the only agenda being pushed is the one by you.