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D’Pablo

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    01/01/1980
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    Darrell Green
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  1. 6’1” is plenty big to play QB in this league in this era. Given how much we protect QBs these days, Heinicke will be fine. In fact, better than fine. Dude is our future.
  2. God damn... I, at the very least, held out hope that this kid is smart even if he can’t put things together on the field. Nope. He risked himself and his teammates. This is pretty unforgivable and I can’t believe he hasn’t been cut.
  3. I find myself in a weird space - very much rooting for Haskins while fully expecting him to look really terrible. There’s always just one critical component that’s off in his game (ex. his mechanics will look better, but his decision making will be completely off, or vice-versa). Those last few games last season seem like a world away at this point. Again, I think it’s nerves and anxiety. Someone get him some Xanax.
  4. I’m convinced that our team looks better because our coach is healthy and fully present. That’s got to have a huge impact on the tenor of meetings and overall morale.
  5. Haskins gets way too nervous for a NFL quarterback. You can see him thinking as the ball leaves his hand. He’s his own worst enemy.
  6. Bad game. Wish him well, but I hope Smith is a go next week.
  7. ****ing incredible. The best Washington defensive effort I’ve ever seen.
  8. I’m having a tough time tracking your thoughts in this post. I assume you think Chase, who I believe should be DROY and will probably be all-pro next year, is going to have an easy go against Williams, which is far from certain. By all accounts, Williams looks like maybe the best OT in the league right now. He’s one of the few folks in the NFL who probably has enough athleticism to shadow Chase. Granted, Chase is a terror (though, despite your <sarcasm>, has all of 4.5 sacks through 12 games) who creates opportunities for others, so I’m interested to see them go against one another.
  9. I’m intrigued by the Trent Williams vs. Chase Young matchup this week. My guess is that Williams stonewalls Young by virtue of his savvy and still exceptional skill set. If we’re smart, we move Young around to blow up the rest of their mostly mediocre line.
  10. This is the first time I’ve come to believe that Coach Rivera really is intent on giving Haskins a second chance. There is no way to take this as anything but a poke at Haskins to be ready.
  11. Not bad. He doesn’t seem to read the field well and stares guys down intently, but guys were running wide open because of Mike Nolan’s super intricate A+ quality defensive scheme. I worry about the 6+ turnover game he’ll have against a better D. That said, he is also way more mobile and has been way more accurate in the short game than Haskins.
  12. While I like Allen and how he’s played, it’s tough for me to get behind Rivera with respect to his decision making. I don’t blame Allen as much for his turnovers, nor do I blame Haskins for his poor play when our coach, the de facto GM, built this roster so poorly. You have two young QBs, and you thought it best to go with a completely inexperienced blindside? No decent TEs? A first year OC? A teeny 3rd down back as your starter and blocker on many passing plays? One veteran starting WR? Many will claim we made some attempts in free agency to get better, but I’d argue that we should have “over
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