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Can’t Win If You Can’t Catch

Posted By Mercedes Green On Oct 29 2012 @ 9:29 am In Washington Redskins | No Comments

The Washington Redskins made an NFL season record and not in a good way:  10 dropped passes in one game and most were from perfect throws by RG3.  You can’t put those 177 passing yards on the Steelers defense because 8 of those were uncontested.  Alfred Morris was held to only 59 yards rushing and RG3 to only 8.  It is incredibly frustrating to have such talent in RG3 yet no one to help him.  The Skins fell to the Steelers 27-12.  There was actually 1 TD in that 12 points, but the extra point was blocked.

I sure hope that someone has a stern word for Kyle Shanahan today.  One of the plays called was for a drop to Josh Morgan who then became the passer and RG3 became the receiver racing down the field with 2 defenders on him.  Not only did RG3 get an interference call but he was left unprotected and took a bit near helmet to helmet hit.  Who in their right mind would do this to a Rookie QB, that the entire team and city of DC is relying on, who just had a concussion 2 weeks ago??  Sorry but unless RG3 himself came up with that play and called it, this is on Kyle.  Shame!

I’m really not sure what else to write here as I’m a Redskin fan and they lost to bees.  Seriously what was with those throw back uniforms??  How do you defend against a swarm of bees or a gang of convicts?

I was happy to see London Fletcher continue his consecutive-game streak and Cooley on the field.  Dallas lost too so all is not too bad for Redskins fans.  The Eagles are 3-4, Cowboys 3-4 and Redskins 3-5 so the NFC East is a losing division in general.

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