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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2012 2:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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daboyle250 made it for me because the sign nazi woz said my sign that mike23md made was a few pixels too high. Laughing


I asked you quietly to re-size your sig. I even gave you instructions on how to do it. I moderate with a light hand here, and let lots of things go by, probably more than I should.

However, I DO NOT take kindly to being insulted like that when I ask you politely to adhere to the rules.

turtle28, this is an official warning.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2012 4:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Woz wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
daboyle250 made it for me because the sign nazi woz said my sign that mike23md made was a few pixels too high. Laughing


I asked you quietly to re-size your sig. I even gave you instructions on how to do it. I moderate with a light hand here, and let lots of things go by, probably more than I should.

However, I DO NOT take kindly to being insulted like that when I ask you politely to adhere to the rules.

turtle28, this is an official warning.
my bad, I'm extremely sorry. I was totally kidding "sign nazi" like "soup nazi" on seinfeld... but still, I know better than to use such words. Won't happen again
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2012 10:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

9.5 sacks by Kerrigan now buddy. I saw Jarvis Jenkins make a few splash plays and be solid in the run game. Rob Jackson, Perry Riley and London Fletcher we all over the place. This D has been key in our resurgence since the bye week.

Here is an article on bleacher report breaking it down:

http://m.bleacherreport.com/articles/1455877-redskins-vs-eagles-washington-defense-beginning-to-shine-approaching-playoffs?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=washington-redskins

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Sunday in Philadelphia, it was confirmed that the Redskins' improving defense is good enough to support Griffin and the offense as they approach a playoff run. The Eagles might not be an elite opponent, but the Redskins matched a season high with five sacks, registered two takeaways, limited the Eagles to only three third-down conversions and surrendered only 20 points.


And now a defense that held opponents to 21 or fewer points in just three of its first 13 games has done so twice in a row. Despite leading the league in penalties headed into Sunday, the Redskins had zero defensive penalties against Philadelphia. A unit that had given up 53 20-yard completions and 11 40-yard completions (both ranking in the bottom five in football) through 15 weeks was beaten for only two and zero, respectively, in the victory.

What's maybe most encouraging, though, is that Ryan Kerrigan has finally begun to make plays despite not having the support Brian Orakpo provided in 2011. The second-year pass-rushing specialist was Washington's best defensive player in Philly, recording two sacks, several other pressures and a forced fumble on Nick Foles.
Haslett has this defense attacking and firing on all cylinders over the past 6 weeks. Opposing offenses don't know how to attack us, especially in the redzone and can't figure out the exotic blitzes Hasslet is calling. We've also done well against the run. We've held opponents under 100 yds two weeks in a row.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2012 10:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

turtle28 wrote:
9.5 sacks by Kerrigan now buddy. I saw Jarvis Jenkins make a few splash plays and be solid in the run game. Rob Jackson, Perry Riley and London Fletcher we all over the place. This D has been key in our resurgence since the bye week.

Here is an article on bleacher report breaking it down:

http://m.bleacherreport.com/articles/1455877-redskins-vs-eagles-washington-defense-beginning-to-shine-approaching-playoffs?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=washington-redskins

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Sunday in Philadelphia, it was confirmed that the Redskins' improving defense is good enough to support Griffin and the offense as they approach a playoff run. The Eagles might not be an elite opponent, but the Redskins matched a season high with five sacks, registered two takeaways, limited the Eagles to only three third-down conversions and surrendered only 20 points.


And now a defense that held opponents to 21 or fewer points in just three of its first 13 games has done so twice in a row. Despite leading the league in penalties headed into Sunday, the Redskins had zero defensive penalties against Philadelphia. A unit that had given up 53 20-yard completions and 11 40-yard completions (both ranking in the bottom five in football) through 15 weeks was beaten for only two and zero, respectively, in the victory.

What's maybe most encouraging, though, is that Ryan Kerrigan has finally begun to make plays despite not having the support Brian Orakpo provided in 2011. The second-year pass-rushing specialist was Washington's best defensive player in Philly, recording two sacks, several other pressures and a forced fumble on Nick Foles.
Haslett has this defense attacking and firing on all cylinders over the past 6 weeks. Opposing offenses don't know how to attack us, especially in the redzone and can't figure out the exotic blitzes Hasslet is calling. We've also done well against the run. We've held opponents under 100 yds two weeks in a row.


They are playing better, but unfortunately the blueprint for beating our D is throw the ball anywhere Madieu Williams is supposed to be.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2012 11:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

rizzy wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
9.5 sacks by Kerrigan now buddy. I saw Jarvis Jenkins make a few splash plays and be solid in the run game. Rob Jackson, Perry Riley and London Fletcher we all over the place. This D has been key in our resurgence since the bye week.

Here is an article on bleacher report breaking it down:

http://m.bleacherreport.com/articles/1455877-redskins-vs-eagles-washington-defense-beginning-to-shine-approaching-playoffs?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=washington-redskins

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Sunday in Philadelphia, it was confirmed that the Redskins' improving defense is good enough to support Griffin and the offense as they approach a playoff run. The Eagles might not be an elite opponent, but the Redskins matched a season high with five sacks, registered two takeaways, limited the Eagles to only three third-down conversions and surrendered only 20 points.


And now a defense that held opponents to 21 or fewer points in just three of its first 13 games has done so twice in a row. Despite leading the league in penalties headed into Sunday, the Redskins had zero defensive penalties against Philadelphia. A unit that had given up 53 20-yard completions and 11 40-yard completions (both ranking in the bottom five in football) through 15 weeks was beaten for only two and zero, respectively, in the victory.

What's maybe most encouraging, though, is that Ryan Kerrigan has finally begun to make plays despite not having the support Brian Orakpo provided in 2011. The second-year pass-rushing specialist was Washington's best defensive player in Philly, recording two sacks, several other pressures and a forced fumble on Nick Foles.
Haslett has this defense attacking and firing on all cylinders over the past 6 weeks. Opposing offenses don't know how to attack us, especially in the redzone and can't figure out the exotic blitzes Hasslet is calling. We've also done well against the run. We've held opponents under 100 yds two weeks in a row.


They are playing better, but unfortunately the blueprint for beating our D is throw the ball anywhere Madieu Williams is supposed to be.
ive noticed they haven't had him at deep FS as much the past few games. They've been using Pugh more or DHall some. We blitzed Williams some last game and that worked- he got a sack. I think we should consider moving him to SS and playing Pugh as the FS more full time.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2012 11:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

After being upset with his play for most of this season I was incredibly happy to see him go off yesterday. He was tremendous and that was the type of player I expected to see when we used a first round pick on him. Let's see if he can sustain that same level of play and take it to the Cowboys...
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2012 2:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Turtle -- I knew you'd bring these bones back up Laughing Laughing Laughing I'm so happy to see him be a force ..
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2012 2:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RSkinGM wrote:
Turtle -- I knew you'd bring these bones back up Laughing Laughing Laughing I'm so happy to see him be a force ..
Wink I just had to brother! Cool
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2012 3:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like what Kerrigan has done for us this year. He seems to have really come on strong as of late. I'm really excited to watch him and Orakpo play together the next bunch of seasons. I think we are going to be putting a lot of pressure on QB's with those two.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2012 3:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

lavar703 wrote:
After being upset with his play for most of this season I was incredibly happy to see him go off yesterday. He was tremendous and that was the type of player I expected to see when we used a first round pick on him. Let's see if he can sustain that same level of play and take it to the Cowboys...


He has an incredible motor, one of his assets in college.

Although I did see him well after the game puffing and panting when he was trying to talk to someone... I guess after you play like that it takes a half hour to catch your breath Laughing
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 25, 2012 9:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kerrigan will never be a sack master by himself, which I'm sure you all know. but he really is a great complement to Orakpo. that's a soild OLB combination for sure.. Kerrigan isnt going to live up to your standards if you expect him to be 'the guy'.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 26, 2012 7:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Better than Orakpo last season
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 26, 2012 9:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Better than Orakpo last season
sure because he's mostly going up against RT's, not LTs. I'm excited we have two OLBs who are good to great rather than getting down on one. I'm grateful for what we have.
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