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  1. Stan the oldest RedSkin fan

    I don’t understand your statement: “If Robert will let him.” RG3, from what I hear, is constantly taking advice from his coach. It seems to me that Rg3 and our new coach are getting along just fine. Where am I wrong?

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    • It’s early Stan. Of course everyone is doing and saying all the right things now, and maybe it will stay that way. I hope so. But let’s see how this team — and RG3 in particular — responds to a little adversity before we declare everything to be rainbows and unicorns between teacher and pupil.

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  2. Personally, I loved the RG3 omission. Let him and the Redskins slide under everybodies radar.

    I too noticed the slight from NFL.com, but it motivated me. I’m sure Robert noticed the omission and will be looking to serve humble pie himself.

    Hail to the Redskins!

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  3. Robert Crocker

    Has anyone noticed the 1 thing ALL those QBs had last yr that our RG3 didn’t ?
    A GOOD DEFENCE :}
    Any QB will make mistakes when trying to force a win More so if he only has ! weapon
    With the additions at receiver & return to health of a Real threat at TE We should be able to stay close enough that RG3 won’t feel the need to force a win in the first quarter this yr
    I believe the D will be Better not top 10 but not bottom 10 either
    If we can manage the same from ST {Fingers Crossed & Prayers Asending}
    The Vast improvement to the Offence Should translate into WINS & RG3 being recognized as the Best in that bunch of young QBs

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  4. OlSkool1972

    Correction. My Way Mike has been fired from 3 Head Coaching Jobs. Don’t forget about his adventures with the Raiders back in the 80s.

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