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January 12, 2013
Griffin's Injury Around the NFL
A small sample of fan thoughts around the league.
GermanssbombedPH Cutler gets pulled with MCL sprain --> quit on the team
RG3 plays until his leg is finally done --> should have benched him
I love double standards
Rakk I agree with how some apply a double-standard, and am assume you mean those who flamed Cutler.
The decision to pull Cutler was correct, while the decision to not pull RGIII was reckless. Especially after the roll-out in the 2nd QTR when he went down near the sideline.
Okay, I think I have a way to tie this together with the main thread:
The problem with the disparate views we have between us here is showing exactly why some people think the name could change. Just like some people here, they see something on a local, personal knowledge level that they are extrapolating out to use on...
Judging by the way Mike and Bruce responded, it's safe to say that the 2013 draft will be one of the most pivotal and crucial in recent memory for this team.
We cried in the past over and over about how this team could never find middle round draft choices who could make contributions on the field.
I think we actually had 3 key injuries total.
On offense, RT Brown.
Without Brown, Polumbus was the most inconsistent and least competent lineman out of the whole O-line bunch. He gave up the most sacks, hurries, and had the most missed assignments per pro football statistics. Kory Lichtensteiger was not that...
George Allen said "It was pretty close to perfect". As Skins fans watched their guys crush the Cowboys 26-3 at home in the NFC Championship Game, they had to agree. And what a day it was. Beer-bellied Billy Kilmer was 14-18 with 2 TD passes to Charley Taylor. The defense held Dallas to zero first downs in 2/4 quarters, and held Roger Staubach to just 9/20 completions, picking him off 6 times to add insult to injury. And kicker Curtis Knight was a perfect 4 for 4 on field goal attempts. Yes George, "pretty close to perfect" indeed.
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