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  • Giants' Antrel Rolle: Redskins' QB RGIII is complete player


    http://www.giants101.com/2012/10/16/new-york-giants-antrel-rolle-washington-redskins-qb-robert-griffin-iii-is-complete-player/


    Excerpt: "
    The New York Giants will get their first look this week at Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III, and while we all know that RG3 can run like the wind, starting safety Antrel Rolle sees the rookie as a good passer who, six games into his NFL career, is worthy of being termed a "complete player." Read more...
    “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1

  • #2
    Rolle goes from saying we would beat the skins 99 of 100 times, to complementing the QB. Looks like someone learned a lesson.
    Life is like a Giants game, you never know what you are going to get.

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    • #3
      Giants have beaten beater QBs then RG111 they have also lost to lesser QBs....

      so basically....who knows....
      "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
      You couldn't be more full of **** if you were break dancing in a Port-a-Potty.......Kruunch

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      • #4
        bob griffin is good but im confident perry will comeup with a great gameplan to nuturalize him
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        • #5
          Well it does concern me that they swept us and now have improved defesivly and have RG3. lets hope the front for keeps improving we should be ok.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Harooni View Post
            Well it does concern me that they swept us and now have improved defesivly and have RG3. lets hope the front for keeps improving we should be ok.
            RG3 yes, defense not really and that was before they lost Orakpo and company...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by PRGiant View Post
              RG3 yes, defense not really and that was before they lost Orakpo and company...
              I havent looked up there stats but early on this season their Defense looked pretty darn good. still I know we can beat them.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Harooni View Post
                I havent looked up there stats but early on this season their Defense looked pretty darn good. still I know we can beat them.
                The only thing our defense does really good right now is force turnovers, and score TD's. Basically, if you can protect the ball, then you are guaranteed at least 28 points. Pains me to say that. We have played better these last couple weeks, but we haven't faced an offense of your caliber (from top to bottom) this season. I would've loved to have seen what we could've been with last years defense and this years offense.

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                • #9
                  too bad bobby still hasn't faced a top notch d line

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by bigblue2088 View Post
                    too bad bobby still hasn't faced a top notch d line
                    Well I think we have faced very good, stout Dlines so far in Cincy, TB, and Minnesota. Now they certainly don't have a guy like JPP or Tuck, but they've been good. Cincy played us very aggressive rushing the passer, and it worked when we sustained injuries along the o-line, but once they came back in, we started to gash them, and take advantage of their aggressiveness. We force teams to play honest because they know that if they slip up, even a little, they could pay for it. Griffin has been great against the blitz, and goid at evading initial pressure. I think the ability of your offense to get ahead considerably in this game will determine how much you can pin your ears back, and even then, we still never abandon our run game at the drop of a hat. Could be a fun game

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Riggins44 View Post
                      Well I think we have faced very good, stout Dlines so far in Cincy, TB, and Minnesota. Now they certainly don't have a guy like JPP or Tuck, but they've been good. Cincy played us very aggressive rushing the passer, and it worked when we sustained injuries along the o-line, but once they came back in, we started to gash them, and take advantage of their aggressiveness. We force teams to play honest because they know that if they slip up, even a little, they could pay for it. Griffin has been great against the blitz, and goid at evading initial pressure. I think the ability of your offense to get ahead considerably in this game will determine how much you can pin your ears back, and even then, we still never abandon our run game at the drop of a hat. Could be a fun game
                      oh definitely, and if our defense doesn't show up we could be in for a looong day

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                      • #12
                        I think the Giants should try to make him beat them with his arm. Not that he doesn't have one, but I don't want to see him extending drives all game long and the defense then starts to get tired. I think Prince is showing why he was such a great pick last year and they have Hosely back as well. To bad they don't have KP, but Washington is not loaded with WR's.

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                        • #13
                          weren't the redskins rated top five in defense last year? there defense so far this year has been awful

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by greenca190 View Post
                            weren't the redskins rated top five in defense last year? there defense so far this year has been awful
                            We were 13th. Our cap penalties dashed whatever hopes we had in Free Agency, of bringing in guys who could play at a high level, and the guys we brought in, are either injured, suspended, or simply playing like garbage. We also were a little too willing to let guys like LaRon Landry and Carlos Rogers walk. We have the worst duo of starting safeties in the league, bar none.

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