thats funny i dont remember us lighting up philly??? there is no shame in admiring him admitting the kids good, tip our caps and move on.
The pessimist complains about the wind;
The optimist expects it to change;
The realist adjusts the sails."
- William Arthur Ward -
gruden even acknowledged as well as pretty much any fair analyst (altho it seems they hate to admit it) that rg3 is running a 1 read offense. a 1 read pass offense and 1 read option run offense.
he does throw virtually nothing but high % throws, those quick up tempo swing passes to the wrs behind the los, the slant, and that seam pass 7-10 yds upfield. he throws a good longball, but with Safeties being paralyzed by that damn PA, its not as if his arm accuracy is whats the source for it. his success is based n that option pistol, and right now its wrking. im telling u guys, teams r gonna stop caring about the option and just level rg3 any time the option is presented, even when he hands it off. and washington will either ruin his career with injuries by not adapting, or they'll change to a real nfl offense and we'll see how rg3 is making 3 and 5 step drops...kinda confused as to why they dont do that at all, im not gonna lie, part of me thinks its bc shannahan is trying to hide a flaw...theres no reason to believe rg3 could handle what luck runs in indy while i could maintain luck could easily run what they do in washington
its hard to unlearn bad habits. i think this whole running a wildcat/spread option offense could end up being dentrimental to rg3 in the long run i really do
RG3 mediocre game? You must be a fantasy football nut. Fantasy football nuts like the original poster don't have a great understanding of what it takes to be a good QB. The stats did not show how effective he was. RG3 was able to make solid reads in the read option and gave Morris running lanes and Garcon the passing lanes when they needed to. Also RG3 was on the bench for damn near the whole 1st half. Please keep that dumb fantasy football insight out of real football forums....move this thread to entertainment please.
You can look at numbers or you can look at the fact that RGIII did what he wanted to. The best defensive performance was the long drives by the O. If they **** the bed just a little less by turning one of those fg's to 6 we win.
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