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

    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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. Rocky52Mc

    Evaluating Jay Gruden in 2018

    The weakest coaching aspect on this team is running the ball and that's Jay's weakness. We've had our issues as a team (health, the LG and C positions when healthy and some questionable runners) but the total absence of the running game is puzzling at times. This is do or die year in my opinion and we must balance the offensive attack especially considering who's at QB. I think Alex Smith is the perfect opportunity for Jay to do that, if he can turn in 10 wins I think you'll see him get a 2+ year deal.
  12. Rocky52Mc

    2018 ES GMs Mock Draft is complete!

    I see we settled in the second.
  13. Notable loses "Shawn Lauvao" - It's unfortunate this name came so late, immediately laughed and moved forward.
  14. Rocky52Mc

    Redskins receiving corp is beginning to shape up

    People don't seem to understand that we don't need any new receivers, at least none that will probably make this roster and make an impact, #1 Doctson #2 Richardson #3 Crowder The FO has already stated their love for Robert Davis (consider him the new Ryan Grant), Harris will vie for snaps, and you have your veteran in Quick. Could they draft one later? Why not. But that players impact is irrelevant unless you assume someone is getting injured. If you are sitting here claiming you want to spend cap on more at this position; do you understand how Alex Smith works? He targets RB's more than his receivers. KC's backup TE had a comparable amount of catches than most the receivers on that roster. If you're looking for a new "receiver" for our offense, it'll need to come in the form of a half-back splitting time with Thompson out of that role. Consider this; the offense is going to need to change to fit Smith, or Smith is going to need to change to fit the offense you think they should run. One of those situations tends to not pan out for teams. They're going to play to his strengths, meaning receivers #4 and beyond will be lucky to see 12 catches in the season. But even then his biggest targets in the passing game are already set in stone; #1 Reed #2 Crowder / Richardson #3 Thompson / Draft pick / Marshall mold #4 Doctson #5 Vernon Davis There you have it. Smith's quick release and underneath throwing patterns suggest the plays will be drawn up to hit 1 or 2 of those targets as early as possible. There isn't a need for another receiver on any level equal to their needs on defense or the offensive line.