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    Wow! Who would've thought that a Peter Angleos owned team and a Danny Snyder owned team would be talking playoffs in the same year? What's next, a Jerry Jones team making it?




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    Re: Has RG3 changed your opinion of the Redskins?

    Washington does not deserve RGIII.
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    RGIII has a lot of Ray Rice in him. They both make plays that can't believe you've just witness. They are also tremendous leaders who other players are very willing to follow. Both are great off the field too. They are the kind of guys you hope your daughter marries. The Ravens and Redskins are very lucky to have them on their respective teams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    I don't really get the Redskins hate. I've never been a Redskins fan, but I've also never really hated them. The Ravens rarely play them, and the Redskins are in the NFC. Maybe I'm just too young.. but regardless I do really like RG3. I think he's a great person and player. I enjoyed watching him at Baylor, and I knew the 'skins got a solid franchise QB when they drafted him even after giving up the farm to get him. You couldn't ask for a better person and player to build a team around. That being said I hope he loses Sunday.
    Those fucks and their fucking owner tried to fucking force feed me that garbage team with the racist nickname every Sunday and keep me from having a team of my own to enjoy, for years.

    Fuck them.
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    Re: Has RG3 changed your opinion of the Redskins?

    I love watching the skins. But their offensive playcalling makes me EXTREMELY jealous.

    Ok what a player to have at your disposal on offense but they can run the ball and routinely have recievers wide open! ......Umm alot of teams can actually. Ffs makes me depressed even thinking about it.




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    Re: Has RG3 changed your opinion of the Redskins?

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    RGIII has a lot of Ray Rice in him. They both make plays that can't believe you've just witness. They are also tremendous leaders who other players are very willing to follow. Both are great off the field too. They are the kind of guys you hope your daughter marries. The Ravens and Redskins are very lucky to have them on their respective teams.
    Don't say that when Ex is present, he doesn't like hearing good things about Rice lol.




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    Re: Has RG3 changed your opinion of the Redskins?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Those fucks and their fucking owner tried to fucking force feed me that garbage team with the racist nickname every Sunday and keep me from having a team of my own to enjoy, for years.

    Fuck them.
    Like I said, I'm too young. lol




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    Re: Has RG3 changed your opinion of the Redskins?

    Quote Originally Posted by londonraven View Post
    I love watching the skins. But their offensive playcalling makes me EXTREMELY jealous.

    Ok what a player to have at your disposal on offense but they can run the ball and routinely have recievers wide open! ......Umm alot of teams can actually. Ffs makes me depressed even thinking about it.
    And their receivers are nothing special, it does make you wonder.

    Plus they have a 6th round rookie who's lighting it up.




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    I felt like RGIII would really be the difference and he has been. Perfect for that offense and a real likeable person as well. I'm not sure if 'he's changing the NFL' like Gruden kept saying but this year they sure have been fun to watch. They can run so many things out of that pistol formation that it's really a read and react offense

    Last year Cam Newton was all the rage and this year he's bad. It'll be interesting to see how long RGIII can sustain this high level of play.
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    Re: Has RG3 changed your opinion of the Redskins?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    I felt like RGIII would really be the difference and he has been.
    They mortgaged alot to move up and get him.
    Another team who did that season before was ATL with julio jones.

    Totally the opposite of what ozzie does in stockpiling picks but its something the ravens should consider IMO if in flaccos potential franchise deal, he doesn't legitamately tear it up with a new OC.

    hopefully we wouldn't be picking that high up that we would have to give up 2 drafts worthof picks.




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    Re: Has RG3 changed your opinion of the Redskins?

    It's funny how a lot of people aren't talking about how this was a very win now right move, but won't necessarily mean longterm success (as everybody on ESPN and in Virginia/DC seems to think). The Redskins are up against the cap, and will have very little draft support for the few couple of years. Remember how hard it was for the Bears to surround Cutler with talent when they traded away their next 2 first rounders for him? IMO, you build great teams through the draft, not through FA. When you start giving away your first rounders, you're in trouble.

    Also, I think that RGIII is overperforming now. He was a 4 year starter (one was cut short by injury though) at Baylor, so he has more polish than a normal rookie would. Also, teams haven't really had to defend against fast, accurate QB's in the past. Especially one with great running games and systems taylored to them. RGIII is playing recklessly now and not worried about his career, just winning now. That may work for now, but once those hits start piling up, he'll either have to change to a play style that he's not ready for, or get ready for a short career.

    And there's always the fact that the Redskins are always off-season champions, but love to find ways to lose.




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    Re: Has RG3 changed your opinion of the Redskins?

    Don't like the Deadskins. Never have liked the Deadskins. Never will like the Deadskins.

    I will say that RGIII seems like a really good guy and the genuine article as a player. Washington doesn't deserve him.




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    Re: Has RG3 changed your opinion of the Redskins?

    I grew up a Redskins fan because of a bunch of cousins and uncles being fans, but once Snyder took over and tried to be George Steinbrenner of the NFL my fandom fell off, being Orioles fan I wanted Baltimore to get a team, when they did the transition was seamless.

    All that said, since then the Redskins have annoyed me. And not much will change my opinion of them while Snyder owns that team. The fact he pulled a fantasy football move, again, and was actually successful for once doesn't mean they'll be anything great anytime soon, better, sure but not Great.

    As far as RGIII, I like him, a lot. Seems like a great person raised by good parents both serving our country. However, I HATE the media love-fest over him AND the fans RGIII chant over EVERY play. Hell they cheered his name when he fumbled Monday night. Because of the media love-fest and fans belief he's the second coming, I hope they stay in the shitter of the NFC. But I hope RGIII has at least a mildly successful career... as long as the team doesn't benefit too much.
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    Re: Has RG3 changed your opinion of the Redskins?

    Nope, don't really care about the Skins, or RG3.




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    Re: Has RG3 changed your opinion of the Redskins?

    Quote Originally Posted by londonraven View Post
    They mortgaged alot to move up and get him.
    Another team who did that season before was ATL with julio jones.

    Totally the opposite of what ozzie does in stockpiling picks but its something the ravens should consider IMO if in flaccos potential franchise deal, he doesn't legitamately tear it up with a new OC.

    hopefully we wouldn't be picking that high up that we would have to give up 2 drafts worthof picks.
    Ozzie learned under Belechick. He'd have to be absolutely certain about a player to give up the farm to get him. From what I've heard in interviews Ozzie is never absolutely certain about any draft pick. He plays it conservative and the balance ends up in his favor. If Ozzie ever decides to get out of football he'd probably make a pretty good money manager.
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