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I HAVE JUST NOW DISCOVERED THE SECRET TO THE FUN AND GUN OFFENSE!

practice great.........play bad in preseason.......and in the regular season when the teams have to play against for real they have no idea what our offense is supposed to do...therefore they can't practice against us!!!!!....we suprise them with crisp execution and elite defense preformances and streak undefeated to the super bowl.

........................:rotflmao: :pint: :rotflmao: ..................................

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I'd like to see Danny behind our 1st string line (not as a stater mind you) just to see what he does when he has time. Playing behind the 3rd string line is like playing behind last year's 1st string line, it was hit or miss on whether he had protection or not.

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Wuerffel often makes the right read he just can't get the ball out there to the correct spot on time to make the play. It must be very frustrating for him.

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Originally posted by DC_Clone

Spurrier will just never realize that Danny Wuerffel is total f'ing garbage!!

and we've already figured out you are as well

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Can't DW lift some weights and improve his arm strength? Get more zip on the ball or is that impossible? He's got the mind...just no gun.

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Sonny said it best tonight:

"I could teach my wife the Redskins' offense, but she can't throw."

That pretty much sums up Danny Wuerffel. I would rather have Sonny's wife under center.

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The Redskins were not prepared to play on either side of the ball tonight.

That's why it is unproductive to say that one unit or another 'sucks' or lacks the talent to play.

From what we saw tonight did anyone really see pro bowl canidates like Samuels and Jansen dominate their opponents?

Was there a hole there for Canidate to hit on those pitchouts?

On defense, was anyone covering Muhsin Muhammad?

beyond the play of the depleted DL, did the LBs and DBs make the tackle in the open field on Davis to hold a run to 5-7 yards instead of allowing him to churn off 25 instead? :)

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okay, Equality, you get a player back with whom we ranked no better than #18 vs. the rush in any year that Darryl Gardener was NOT next to him and then convince me that solves our problems tonight and in beating Carolina during the regular season :)

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People probably dont care but Seneca Wallace is 4/4 throwing the ball so far for the seahawks in that game.

It looks like the dallas starters played terrible, or are playing terrible if theyre still out there. Troy Hambrick numbers look real bad, but yall know how that arizona D is.

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Originally posted by bulldog

The Redskins were not prepared to play on either side of the ball tonight.

That's why it is unproductive to say that one unit or another 'sucks' or lacks the talent to play.

From what we saw tonight did anyone really see pro bowl canidates like Samuels and Jansen dominate their opponents?

Was there a hole there for Canidate to hit on those pitchouts?

On defense, was anyone covering Muhsin Muhammad?

beyond the play of the depleted DL, did the LBs and DBs make the tackle in the open field on Davis to hold a run to 5-7 yards instead of allowing him to churn off 25 instead? :)

yup, absolutely no one did anything good The O line looked surprisingly bad, and the D line looked even worse than we thought it would be. Time for some damn hard practices to cut down on penalties and make sure ppl know who to block and how to catch.

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