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What Redskins Fans Are Saying Before The Game

Discussion in 'RAMS - NFL TALK' started by Prime Time, Sep 12, 2017.

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    I'll vote with this guys Liver!!:ROFLMAO::rolllaugh:
     
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    I like that
     
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    They LITERALLY talk about the cowboys more than their own team. Their obsession is borderline psychotic. The Cowboys/Redskins rivalry hasn't been a thing for over 20 years. The giants are our biggest rival.

    Their fans are retarded.
     
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    Oh jeez I had forgotten about that site.

    There goes my afternoon. Going to a forum that's easily mistaken for a porn site.
     
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    Those foreskin fans are pretty funny,,, and they're scared shitless of Son of Bum.

    One of them called McVay a red headed troll. LOL. He's obviously missing Sean. :rolllaugh:
     
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    :rolllaugh:

    Some Indy fans were saying the same thing last week, wonder what their take is now.

    Now that's a sentiment that I can respect. Dude would make a fine Rams fan.

    I tend to like the Skins fans. Pretty well grounded group tbh and some funny MFers on that board.
     
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    ^ this is pretty good too.
     
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    Isn't it interesting how similar fans sound of teams that haven't had a lot of success lately? It's so easy to get those old feelings of dread going even after the 1st game when you've seen that routine for the better part of 15 years.
    I think this is where McVay is key in understanding that they HAVE to change the culture in the building. I firmly believe sustained losing takes it's toll on people mentally. After a while you expect it or accept it. I think this is why you always hear McVay preaching about taking it day by day and getting better. Really have to change how the team approaches, preperation, practice, film study and of course game day! Consistency is key and and I'm all strapped in for Washington with AD's return.
     
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    Heart: The Rams prove that Goff isn't the next Andy Dalton and shred the Skins 35-10.

    Head: This is still a young team who still have a lot to prove. Beating a crippled Colts team doesn't earn much credibility. Rams win it 17 - 10

    Liver: You should know what to expect. The Rams will always fall short of your expectations. Drink up buddy, you got 6 weeks before you can start writing mock drafts. Skins win it 30-12
     
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    I dont think I've ever publicly predited my team to lose.

    If I feel a loss coming, I shut my face, keep it to myself, and hope for the best. But never would I predict a Rams loss.
     
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    I thought it was funny just because Sammy Watkins is better then any WR they have lol
     
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    Isn't that the light-footed bird that races Mario down the mountain on N64? That damn bird gave me fits for 3 hours, til I FINALLY beat it, then I was so mad it took so long I accidentally turned off the game.

    I thought it was the thing Moscow Mules were served in.
     
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    Lol Cowboys fans take that prize. Most popular team in the NFL for no football-related reason. Justin Bieber fans of the NFL.
     
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    Typical sports fan nonsense...LOL There's going to be a ton of Foreskins fans there though. I remember going to Anaheim in the early nineties to see the RAMS play the foreskins and there were a bunch of Washington fans there. Their fans travel well.
     
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    How ironic. The last game I saw the Rams played against the Skins in 1994 at Anaheim, the Skins barely squeaked by with a final score 24-21. This time I want the Rams to pay back with a thrashing of 50-17 against the Skins.
     
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    Those are Jeff Fisher goggles and a playoff team right there.
     
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    http://es.redskins.com/topic/415977...iction-thread-possible-gauntlet-march/?page=2

    Redskins vs Rams Prediction Thread: Possible Gauntlet March?

    Redskins - 24
    Rams - 20

    Time to go boys!!! Beating the Eagles 5 straight and 7 out of the last 10 was bound to end. Our division is too competitive to own another team like that. (Although it felt good during that stretch).

    Kirk and company bounce back and the D steadily gets better. Brown is a beast at Linebacker!!
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    I'm waffling on my pick, but I remain astounded (not really) by the commentary in this thread.

    This is always an entertaining thread though-- if we lose the week before I would guess the average score prediction in the next thread is usually something like Opponent 71, Redskins 6.
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    I hate to type this ... Rams 30 Skins 20.

    Skins still need to find a way to counter the medium to short pass over the middle to the TE or slot receiver. Also the Ref calls against Skins are a big factor.
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    Week to week league. Colts are possibly the worse team in the league which made the Rams look better than they are. Skins played better than the 30-17 score reflects and was driving for the go-ahead score late in the 4th against a solid defense.

    31-20 Skins
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    Skins 17
    Rams 10

    Our offense is not something to be proud of, but neither is the Rams. I think the game stinks, but the Skins luckily pull out the win.
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    People are losing their minds in this thread. The Colts are the new Browns this season. There is no way you can decide the Rams are world beaters given the awful Colts product that has been put on the field on both sides of the ball for YEARS especially their atrocious O line and secondary. They are total trash and when Luck returns he will be running for his life again. Waste of talent if you ask me.

    Only a few things need to happen for us to win. The D plays like they did last week; Cousin's gets a pocket to throw from so he does not throw off of the back of his foot and sail balls out of sheer terror; And we MUST establish a run game to take pressure off of Cousin's.

    I say start Perine. Go no huddle, and have Cousin throw some quick releases involving everyone including Doctson and Davis and don't unload the deep ball until you are in rhythm.

    This game IMO win or lose is going to come down to Gruden. He has to know he has a tense QB who takes time to settle down. Call an appropriate offense to match the strengths and weaknesses of your QB and we win.

    Good coaches like all good bosses get the best out of their employees by accentuating their strengths. Do you know McVay used to talk to Cousin's a lot even when he was coming up to the LOS
    And Gruden does not. Good coaches adjust to their personnel.

    The reason people think McVay and boy Shanny are such great OC's is because they know how to adjust to the QB based upon their strengths and weaknesses and that is exactly what Gruden has to do here with Cousin's who seems to be a little head case of obsessive compulsive tendencies.
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    The Skins showed me absolutely nothing last week that would make me think they can beat the Rams. Gurley will run all over us and Goff, who is much improved, will run around and make throws. Cousins throws another pick, gets sacked 4 times.

    Rams 27
    Redskins 16
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    Don't the rams have the same d line as when we played them at home a couple years go?..are o line man handled them than..why not again?
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    Having said that the Rams defense is stout and Wade Phillips is a wiz. I dont think this one will be easy. I think this one will be a grind. 21-17 Redskins.
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    17-10 rams
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    We barely beat the Browns last season.

    Besides, you can't overestimate attitude and emotion. The Rams have it, we don't. If Gruden can get his team fired up and ready to play and win on Sunday, I'll be happily dumbfounded.
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    You of course could be right... blind squirrels and all. But it is a completely illogical conclusion to say the Rams will hang 35+ on the Redskins this week.

    We would all agree that the defense has been pretty lousy the past two years, right? Over those 32 regular season games, how many times have they've given up 35 or more points? Twice. Yes, 2 out of 32. Once each season. In 2015, we gave up 44 to Carolina. In 2016 we gave up 38 to Pittsburgh. In 2015 the Panthers offense was lethal. In 2016, the Steelers offense was lethal.

    So now, with what appears to be an improved defense on our end, you think the Rams are going to accomplish that against us?

    I think this is what myself and others are talking about in terms of lunacy of these threads following losses. The Rams may very well beat us-- I think it is a 50/50 game. But there is absolutely no reason to believe it will be a whitewashing.

    The only way you'd make that prediction is if you honestly think the Rams made the jump from 4-12 last year to one of the best teams/most dominant offenses in the NFL this year. I suppose if the Rams are Super Bowl caliber with a Top 5 offense then it could happen. Personally, I'm slightly less enamored with the Rams than that.

    I think our defense will play well. Our CBs were awesome on Sunday and I have reason to believe that will be a year-long trait. Our OLB LBs got good pressure-- also likely to be something they can maintain. And Brown was an absolutely huge upgrade. And I believe Wentz to be much farther along than Goff and the Eagles to have better overall offensive talent/threats (and a better OL) than the Rams.

    Our D is far from great, so I don't expect a shutout or a dominant performance. But I think our results this Sunday on D will be slightly better than what we saw last Sunday, which wasn't too bad. Offensively, I definitely have concerns. That is why I'm 50/50 and not 65/35 Skins this week. I think they will gradually get it going, but they were very disjointed and I don't think you can necessarily get that all back in one week.

    And yes, I do respect Wade and the Rams D. The one way I see this game going sideways is if we turn it over a bunch again and give up points to their D or massive field position. Then, I could see a 27-13 type of loss. But I think that is a far-fetched and far less likely outcome.

    The more likely outcome to me is that this is relatively ugly game. Both defenses holding their own. Lots of punts. Game probably swings on a few key plays. I think the score stays low and it stays close. If I'm a little off and the offenses play better, then maybe it's a 26-23 type of game.

    More likely I see it as a 20-17 type of game. In an extreme case, maybe even a 16-13 affair. My lean right now is very slight to Redskins. I'll wait and see where the sharp money goes-- it is usually a solid indicator. Sharps may also stay away from this one. I'll be interested to see how those reports come out.
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    I watched both games last week. Not hard to surmise. One home team was prepared and flying to the ball, playing with confidence, playing with chemistry and passion. The other was ... not.

    I'm sure attitude and emotion exist in individual vacuums on this team, but that's not usually enough to get it done. Lack of preparation leads to lack of confidence, which leads to frustration and "L"s.
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    You have better eyes than I do then. I also watched a lot of the Rams game. The main thing my eyes saw was the worst roster in the NFL out there (and I said this before the game and had the Rams both ATS and as my Survivor Pick).

    The Colts have the worst overall talent in the NFL, including the Jets. Atrocious on both sides of the ball, which I why I love Andrew Luck so much--- he might be the MVP of the entire league in terms of win differential for his team.

    I thought our defense was absolutely flying to the ball on Sunday. I thought the D was well prepared as well. Eagles didn't fool us much. Most of their success came from quality plays by Wentz or a guy like Ertz just being superior to who was covering him. Some breakdowns here and there? Yeah sure, but overall I thought the effort and preparation on D was good.

    Also thought the play calling on O for the most part was good. We just missed a ton of opportunities. I mean, Kirk was a "D" in that game. You just aren't gonna win many "D" games from your QB. I saw no "passion" issues at there at all on Sunday. Plenty of execution issues. Some talent issues. A few coaching issues.
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    I would generally agree with the defensive assessment, but the constant third down conversion problem remains maddening.

    My biggest issue with the passion/emotion and the lack thereof was with the offense, and, as said above by another poster, the line and Kirk in particular. Perhaps "confidence" is a better word. Confusion seemed to rule the day on offense. I don't think it's possible to play the game with the kind of intensity and passion you need when you're confused, and I really don't think this team was mentally ready.

    Again. I think the Boy Wonder - despite the fact that he was playing against a horrible team - had his guys ready to go on offense with a gameplan they were confident in and ready to execute. Skins looked like they were still in early preseason trying to figure out their strengths and weaknesses. I'll give Manusky more credit, but not much if he can't put an end to these third down atrocities.

    My gut tells me this team gets outcoached on both sides of the ball this Sunday and loses by two scores. Would love to be proven wrong.
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    Our D is very improved from last year and our D did play with emotion in the last game. I will tell you which unit was flat and played like marshmallows? Our O line. I want to give Williams a big hamburger and tell him to lay off the vegan diet. He seems to be gassed out there.

    And Scheff (sp) looked like crap and the others played like they usually do. A bit mixed - some good, some bad. The O line needs to play like they did last year IMO if we are going to win. And Cousin's plays with a lot of emotion - mostly fear...LOL! until he gets in a rhythm.
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    Don't think the Rams are anything special BTW. Just believe the Redskins are equally as poor, if not worse and LA are at home, with confidence sky high and have a hungry ex-Redskin motivating them to be up for this game,

    But we don't agree on the mediocrity of this group so we'll leave it there. Enjoy the game.
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    If you are saying the Redskins are mediocre, we actually agree. But if you predict the Rams to score 30-40 and destroy us on Sunday that wouldn't be a mediocre performance. It would be an absolutely putrid performance likely perpetuated by one of, if not the worst team in the entire NFL. If you think we are on the Jets/Colts level then you will be right Sunday. I think we are much closer to the middle.
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    Rams win 30-24
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    Some of you need to calm down. The rams are not going to steamroll us. They just don't have that kind of talent on offense. They played the worst team in the league this past week. They may beat us, but they won't blow us out.

    24-20. That's the score. It could go either way.
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    I am going to be there in attendance with all...........25k other football fans............so they better win!

    I think the 'Skins bounce back in a must-win game.

    28-13 'Skins.
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    I think this is a little overly optimistic. I'll be a little surprised if we work out our obvious offensive woes fast enough to drop 28 on quality D. But if you said it was going to be a 13+ point differential and I had to pick, I'd guess that the Redskins were on the good side.

    I do not see us getting swamped out there next Sunday. I really think the game stays within a TD one direction or the other. I don't think Kirk will go from "D" to "A" in one week. I also don't think he will be a "D" again. The game may hinge on whether he is a "C" or a "B"
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    I am much more measured in both directions. I don't think we win easy this weekend can for sure see us losing. I'm going to pick us in a close one. I also don't think weeks 3 and 4 are automatically doomsday. Now, I don't have a lot of faith in the MNF game at KC-- that just seems like a really bad set up for us.

    But technically, I think we fare better against offenses that play within the chains like the Chiefs do-- that said, they flashed some serious explosion on Thursday and if that's who they are then they will smoke a lot of teams this year and we could be one of them.

    So unless we show something pretty big these next two weeks, it is hard to imagine having a ton of confidence for that one. But the Raiders? Eh, I actually think that game might set up pretty good for us. I'll get into a little more after week 2, but that one might not be the impending doom many are already predicting.
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    31-21 Redskins. When you least expect it, expect it. We weren't horrid last week (final score not representative of the game), and I trust that KC will be better. I hope Doctson practices all week, and hard enough, to elicit a pass from Grudens playbook.

    Hope Gruden will let Perine have a carry or two. He hasn't missed practice or anything so let him out of your personal doghouse Jay. Sorry....gotta play the best players & am sure Gruden sees it better than me....but give them a chance coach. Hell, KC & Gruden are a perfect match; OCD, but in different phylum's.
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    We'll get beat unless we can run the ball. And we can't.
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    I think we will get beat if we don't score as many points as they do. [​IMG]

    I think it will be a slow start for the Redskins; Wade will have them keying until Gruden changes things up, if he ever does. Then the same thing for the 2nd half; slow start until near end of 3rd qtr, then some things start working.

    But if the Rams somehow manage to put up a lot of points early and make the offense one-dimensional [ as if it isn't is already ] then they will key on Cousins, and the Rams play just past the whistle against us, always.
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    Cooper Cupp is the go to guy for Goff it seems last week.

    As for the game, I think we will play better than last week but prospects for our running game finding its week this week looks bleak, and with that our chances of winning. Still I think it will be close (heart attack style) and me hoping its us that will stop Joff in the final minutes of the game instead of vice versa.
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    Ineptitude reigns. We're happy with the win against a mediocre Rams team, but the performance leaves more questions than answers.

    Skins 17
    Rams 13


    Skins 24

    Rams 21
     
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    I just finished watching the Redskins and Eagles game.

    Terell Pryor is a threat and he is going to be targeted a lot. So many balls were thrown his way.

    Redskins oline looked like ours, pretty good pass blocking (Cousins was certainly pressured more than Goff) and not so good run blocking.

    Eagles vs. Redskins defense was hit and miss. Skins are much better than the Colts.

    I think with a good overall gameplan we can win in this game. But it isn't going to be easy.

    We need to get pressure on Cousins.

    It would be lovely in our secondary can perform again, and that pressure would certainly help.

    Stymie the run game.

    Win on Special teams.

    Offensively we are going to be facing a more difficult defense.

    I'd like to see the run game be opened up. But I expect another game where the pass is relied on to open up the run.

    Goff needs to be really ready with his reads, Corners could be jumping routes.

    I'd like to see Tavon get a few more touches out of the backfield this week run, toss, sweep, or screen.

    Our weapons should be able to produce again. Watkins - Norman, Woods - Breedland. . . Kupp will be getting open again.

    "Our pursuit of excellence is daily and it is going to apply to everything that we do"
     
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