Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by panchucko, Jul 22, 2013.
You can argue so you attack. Go figure. Wouldn't expect anything else from a deadksin fan.
You make it too easy
Generally an argument has facts. Yours has none besides "I have seen it before!"
Weak man, weak.
It's really not an argument when you say something and when presented with facts and data that prove you're wrong you simply disregard them and say you know better.
That's just you being stubbornly obtuse.
It is being this
It's so funny for you to say that. Are stats the end all of a discussion, no, but that is as good a pure disregard because they don't support what you want to believe, as I have ever heard.
I picture you saying to Columbus as he sailed off, "I don't care what your math shows the earth, I have seen to many ships sail off that da** edge".
We'll soon see who's right and who's wrong.
Funny seeing these redskin fans getting butthurt on a Cowboys board.
Pointing out factual inaccuracy in the opinion of someone who doesn't really know what they're talking about doesn't equate to being 'butthurt.'
If it makes you happy to think we're just sitting here reading this nonsense and getting angrier and angrier and hammering out a reply on the keyboard, cool...whatever floats your boat.
LOL @ the time and "forensics" committed to covering Griffin's adolescent misadventures on facetime. I could care less either way, but if it comes out that he pulled a CrocoFavre- expect the embarassment that come with them. Fair?
Sure I would agree if that actually happened . I am sure William will have a post in this thread soon seeing that he was a groomsmen and with Robert that night
I am entertained. 38 to 31 and 28 to 18 does that
Snap ...... Pop......
Wont be a cheap shot if he levels him because he thinks he has the ball. Once a QB runs hes considered a RB so i will gladly give up 6 yards for every play he gets leveled. So how many hits you think he can take a game and i am not talking about a shove?
Once again -- in theory this might work. But, like I've said time and time again, how many times are you willing to accept the 15 yard penalty for hitting the QB when he doesn't have the ball? Plus how many defensive coaches are going to be willing to give up 6+ a carry?
You should be familiar with games like that -- it leads to running backs having 200 yard games and scores like 28-18.
This is classy right here...
Did you not notice RG3 throwing up his hands on every fake last year? That essentially put him back in a "safe zone" and he wasn't getting cheapshotted as you indicate.
And lets not forget, the Shanahan system used to rely on chop blocks. You don't think that if DWare took a cheap shot on Griff, he won't get a high low chop block next time around to break his ankles?
It'll devolve into hockey
Stop thinking in hypotheticals and start thinking in football terms. There are very few DEs or OLBs that can get to the mesh point before Griffin hands the ball off and throws his hands up. Once he throws his hands up, the DE/OLB cannot hit him without incurring a penalty. I think very few DCs are dumb enough to instruct their players to hit Griffin no matter what, making that 6 yard gain actually 22 yards once the 15yd unsportsmanlike conduct penalty is assessed.
Besides, whatever defensive coordinators come up with to limit the read option will not be "hit the quarterback, uduh!" Teams tried that last season and we all know how well that worked.
Danny Coale tore his ACL in Dec and after 1 practice it's swelling. I think once Griffin starts practicing a different time table will come out. It's easy to say he will be ready for week 1 when he hasn't done any type of real football practicing. I wish him the best, but it's just too early to tell what his 2013 season will be.