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Redskins at Patriots NFL Week 9 Inactives

Redskins inactives: QB Robert Griffin III, WR Rashad Ross, CB DeAngelo Hall, DE F Kearse, C Kory Lichtensteiger, TE Anthony McCoy, NT Terrance Knighton

Patriots inactives: G Tre Jackson, DE Jabaal Sheard, WR Keshawn Martin, OT Marcus Cannon, LB Jamie Collins, RB James White, DE Trey Flowers

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3 Responses to “Redskins at Patriots NFL Week 9 Inactives”

  1. ghost of SAMMY BAUGH says:

    Yesterday I posted my take on the PATRIOTS game.

    Today I’ve regained my equilibrium.

    I thought the game plan by the coaches was pretty good. But if it takes two weeks for these guys to get their **** together, they’re in big trouble.

    Imagine what COUSIN’s stats would have been without ANY drops. No ints. Maybe another TD w/o CARRIER, a worthless pick-up for a draft pick to this point anyway. Probably another 100+ yards through the air.

    He’s beginning to look like a starter-quality QB. I’m sure there will be other failings, but he looks to be on his way.

    The offensive line seems to be performing fairly despite the poor rushing stats. OJT is painful, but necessary for this group to built a championship caliber unit.

    Inside, SHAUN LAUVEO’s absence seems to have disrupted the effectiveness of the group. If he can return in 2016, LONG can perform solidly at center, and KOUANDJIO at LG going forward, LICHTENSTEIGER, and LeRIBEUS can be supplanted in the off-season.

    COMPTON evidently is too light to be an effective tackle, and will probably be replaced by a larger T this off-season or next. NSEKHE has done a credible job overall for WILLIAMS when forced into game circumstances, but at 30 has a very limited shelf-life.

    McCLOUGHAN’s job is not yet complete along the offensive line.

    On the defensive side of the ball, runners are not being stopped by interior defenders after they cut coming out of the backfield.

    Yesterday they had KERRIGAN rushing inside not defensing the left end exclusively, probably a result of the hand injury. The defense would overload to that side on most plays and the cut-backs left TRENT MURPHY exposed, and alone in many cases when weak-side help should have come more quickly from ILB RILEY or SS JOHNSON.

    One can readily see why JUNIOR GALLETT’s acquisition and subsequent loss was so critical to the defense. KEDRICK GOLSTON continues to be the attack point along the defensive line in the offensive red-zone. His days should finally come to an end as a REDSKIN.

    It was a good first game for JERON JOHNSON on pass defense, but he’s still getting wet on running plays.

    I think BELICHECK had little respect for the ‘SKINS and after the on-side kick, recovery, and subsequent score, put the team in cruise control basically. The PATRIOTS could have scored a lot more if the drops, fumbles, and botched on-side play had not tilted the game so far in NEW ENGLAND’s favor.

    Come on SCOTT, keep picking solid football players, and take a look at RSFr LOGAN ALLEN up at LACKAWANNA COLLEGE this spring. My grandson who aspires to play in the NFL, as a FS if I have anything to say about it. He’s a RB now, but at 6’4″ 220 is too tall to be in that position going forward in my opinion. He runs a sub 4.5 40.

  2. ghost of SAMMY BAUGH says:

    LICHTENSTEIGER’s move to short-term IR was to be expected. Surgery will probably follow in the off-season.

    COMPTON, LICHTENSTEIGER, and LeRIBEUS are not long-term answers in my estimation, and NSEKHE is only an adequate short-term fix.

    KOUANDIJO, LONG, SCHERFF, and MOSES are keepers.

    WILLIAMS is age dated, but a fixture for two or three more years.

    A guard for LeRIBEUS, a center for LICHTENSTEIGER, and two tackles [COMPTON and NSEKHE] of excellent caliber will solve the o-line and rushing woes going forward into 2016-17.

    Defensively, BAKER, JEAN-FRANCOIS, and HATCHER are keepers.

    KNIGHTON, KEARSE, and PAEA not so much, but a year in the system may help for 2016.

    GOLSTON’s time is up in the NFL.

    When the two lines play up to championship caliber, this club will be back to winning in the post-season and not before.

    Come on SCOTT, you’re my man. Do your thing.

  3. ghost of SAMMY BAUGH says:

    67 years a REDSKINS fan. I’m not going to be around to see 90 years as a fan. I would like to see another championship before I go.

    I’ve see a lot:

    and a hundred others


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