Final 9/9/13 NFL Washington Redskins 27 vs Philadelphia Eagles 33

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  1. RayGator

    RayGator VIP Member

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    NFL Monday Night Football

    September 9, 2013


    6:55 P.M. Lincoln Field, Philadelphia PA 19148 ESPN

    Washington Redskins

    VS.
    Philadelphia Eagles

    Line: Redskins 3 (52) Eagles
  2. Pasco08

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    Eagles Offence looks unstoppable they have been moving the ball at will.
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    What are you talking about. Zone read would never work in the NFL ;).
  4. whitelakegator

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    20 years ago? Probably not. But the league has taken so much away from the defense in terms of what they can do to defend. Let's be very honest here, scoring sells. It has been a slow burn on defenses.
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    So much fun to watch. I get to watch the Ducks and now Eagles too. Helps (or makes it worse) me get over our offensive woes.
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    mac4lyfe Well-Known Member

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    Watching those offenses and watching ours just pisses me off... :fuming:

  7. RayGator

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    Well, every little bit helps. :)
  8. Pasco08

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    No Lie lol
  9. demosthenes

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    I don't know that I agree with this. What rules have changed that makes a fast paced multi-dimensional offense more viable?
  10. socraticsilence

    socraticsilence New Member

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    Look it might work in the NFL, but the NFL isn't as good as the SEC or something.
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    Only thing that can stop it is blitzes. Of course you can pass it out of the zone read as well.
  12. demosthenes

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    Vick needs to learn to recognize the blitz and find his hot routes.
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    When Vick gets hurt can they bring in Tebow to run that?
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    Can Tebow throw and think that quickly? How about making accurate short passes?
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    It's great to be an Eagles fan right now. It's also nice to have some balance between up tempo (Eagles) and slow it down (Gators) offenses to watch.
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    Are you serious? Not sure if your being sarcastic or not?

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    Our offense is literally the opposite of the Kelly/Oregon offense. They extend the game, which is great for better teams, they pressure defenses and we don't, they exhaust teams and we rarely do, they are crisp and we are sloppy...it's depressing.
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    I love Lesean McCoy. He would have been great in our option read offense.
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    Honestly this seems like it would wear a defense out and accomplish Boom's goals at least as well as what we do.
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    It is amazing how much can be accomplished by some teams on offense and how advanced and proficient they can get meanwhile we struggle with the very basics. Hard to think we play the same game as a team like Oregon. It is depressing to see the football world pass us by.

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