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    • Mark Cook

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      https://www.pewterreport.com/articles/gruden-on-winston-physical-guy-who-can-make-all-the-throws/

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    • Anonymous

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      They have got to keep morris in check.

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    • Anonymous

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      He might want to stay away from the square-out if he plans on throwing late. Just sayin’.

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    • Anonymous

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      That dude [gruden] has to be on the hot seat. Although I don’t know his relationship the Danny Boy. But they are a trainwreck. I heard him in an interview the other day. Defending Cousins. He was sayin well, it was a bit windy out there and he is a young guy with a lot on hid shoulders. It was embarrassing, he didn’t sound like an NFL HC.

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    • Anonymous

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      Dashon Goldson is their leading tackler. And he doesn’t even play on obvious passing downs either. Too bad for them he is the only bright spot on a secondary unit with every other starter out injured.

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    • Anonymous

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      They have got to keep morris in check.

      always had trouble against the big backs.

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    • Anonymous

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      They have got to keep morris in check.

      always had trouble against the big backs.

      Heck, Blue rolled this team over. And morris is a better back. Probably the best one tampa has yet to face this season. He's not going to make things easy for the defense.

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    • johnd

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      And yet Kuechly was able to contain Beast Mode.  Too bad Tampa didnt draft him.

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    • Anonymous

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      Morris is averaging 3.5 ypc. Really shouldn’t be that hard to handle him. That offense is hot trash. Only player with any promise is Jordan Reed and he’s injured every game.

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    • Anonymous

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      And yet Kuechly was able to contain Beast Mode. Too bad Tampa didnt draft him.

      When did this happen Troll Boy?

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    • johnd

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      And yet Kuechly was able to contain Beast Mode. Too bad Tampa didnt draft him.

      When did this happen Troll Boy?

      4 days ago

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    • Anonymous

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      And yet Kuechly was able to contain Beast Mode. Too bad Tampa didnt draft him.

      When did this happen Troll Boy?

      4 days ago

      Luke is good but Thomas Davis is the best linebacker on that team.

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    • Anonymous

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      If you look at the stats for their running backs, it’s a three headed disaster. They have limited Morris’ touches so that Thompson and Jones could get more. By doing so they have stalled Morris as he is the type who gets in a rhythm and needs about 20 carries to get good gains. Jones is a speed back but also has a lack of solid ball control. While Thompson is their scat back who last game hurt his back on a mid route. So they are by no means doing well offensively. Limit the run and put it on Cousins shoulders and with Banks back it could be a great match up for the Bucs.

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    • Anonymous

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      Dashon Goldson is their leading tackler. And he doesn't even play on obvious passing downs either. Too bad for them he is the only bright spot on a secondary unit with every other starter out injured.

      Goldson hasn't been anything close to a "bright spot" since he was in the Bay Area....and even there he was just a dim glow.

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    • Anonymous

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      And yet Kuechly was able to contain Beast Mode.  Too bad Tampa didnt draft him.

      He has been contained every game this season. Nice try.He might do a little better tonight against the 9ers.

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    • Anonymous

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      And yet Kuechly was able to contain Beast Mode.  Too bad Tampa didnt draft him.

      He has been contained every game this season. Nice try.He might do a little better tonight against the 9ers.

      The 49ers have their hands full with Michael Bennett. He has 3.5 sacks tonight.

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    • Anonymous

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      Dashon Goldson is their leading tackler. And he doesn't even play on obvious passing downs either. Too bad for them he is the only bright spot on a secondary unit with every other starter out injured.

      Goldson hasn't been anything close to a "bright spot" since he was in the Bay Area....and even there he was just a dim glow.

      He is the best in the box safety in the NFL right now and it's not anywhere near a close second either.

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    • Anonymous

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      Dashon Goldson is their leading tackler. And he doesn't even play on obvious passing downs either. Too bad for them he is the only bright spot on a secondary unit with every other starter out injured.

      Goldson hasn't been anything close to a "bright spot" since he was in the Bay Area....and even there he was just a dim glow.

      He is the best in the box safety in the NFL right now and it's not anywhere near a close second either.

      1. He plays out of the box more than he does in the box, as does every starting safety in the league outside of teams like Arizona that put multiple safeties on the field.2. He is terrible in coverage, no matter where he is aligned.3. He has averaged missed more tackles than mostly every other safety over the past 5 years. He has always led his secondary in missed tackles, even back in his days at SF.You're blinded by the occasional big hits he used to have. He is one of the worst safeties in the league.Your initial quote proves you know nothing about him. You said that he "he doesn't even play on obvious passing downs either.". You couldn't be more incorrect if you tried. Let caps lock and bold this portion....DASHON GOLDSON HAS BEEN ON THE FIELD FOR THE SKINS ON EVERY DEFENSIVE SNAP IN 2015..

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    • Anonymous

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      Dashon Goldson is their leading tackler. And he doesn't even play on obvious passing downs either. Too bad for them he is the only bright spot on a secondary unit with every other starter out injured.

      Goldson hasn't been anything close to a "bright spot" since he was in the Bay Area....and even there he was just a dim glow.

      He is the best in the box safety in the NFL right now and it's not anywhere near a close second either.

      1. He plays out of the box more than he does in the box, as does every starting safety in the league outside of teams like Arizona that put multiple safeties on the field.2. He is terrible in coverage, no matter where he is aligned.3. He has averaged missed more tackles than mostly every other safety over the past 5 years. He has always led his secondary in missed tackles, even back in his days at SF.You're blinded by the occasional big hits he used to have. He is one of the worst safeties in the league.Your initial quote proves you know nothing about him. You said that he "he doesn't even play on obvious passing downs either.". You couldn't be more incorrect if you tried. Let caps lock and bold this portion....DASHON GOLDSON HAS BEEN ON THE FIELD FOR THE SKINS ON EVERY DEFENSIVE SNAP IN 2015..

      I have not seen him on the long passing downs at all. They must be dropping him back into deep cover. I only watch the Redskins on condensed film. I dont watch the coaches film for them. Maybe I will do that now to see how they are using him on the long passing downs.Goldson is making more plays than any other safety right now on all the short underneath throws and in the run game. You are right statistically, he makes a lot of tackles and he misses a lot too. That is because of his great instincts that he is always around the ball. I would rather have a player who is always around the ball making plays then to have invisa-safeties like we have half the time.You can pretty much plug in any Redskins game this year on defense and it is pretty obvious that Goldson is having a really good year. He is all over the place making plays and hitting clean. I don't know how you can watch the Redskins D and not see him popping off the screen?You try to talk bad about him because of stats but he probably has more tackles than any other safety right now. What about good stats? Throw those out? What about all of his excellent game film? That doesn't count? Because of a stat?

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    • Anonymous

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      I’ve watched every Skins game on Gamepass and he pops off the screen alright…and not in a good way. He has been on the field for every single pass play and has managed one pass defense and zero INTs. He also has zero forced fumbles. Sure, the last two games he’s had some tackles, but he isn’t doing anything extraordinary, especially to say that ” making more plays than any other safety right now” about anything. He is 9th among safeties in tackles, not first. Goldson has more missed tackles than all 8 of those safeties in front of him in tackles. If you figure up his missed tackle rate, which is how often he misses a tackle when there is an opportunity to make one, it’s also one of the highest in the league for safeties. Pretty much the only positive thing you can say about him this year is that his penalties are down. Other than that, he is the same below average tackling/below average cover safety that he has always been. The only thing he was ever good at was big hits. You might think that he best fits as a Safety who is just used in the box as a S/LB hybrid, but that isn’t how he has been used in his career. He’s always been a guy who is out there in deep coverage, out of the box, far away from the LOS. Even PFF ranks him 83rd out of 83 safeties in coverage this year and and overall ranks him 82nd. Some safeties have a saving grace. When they aren’t very good vs the pass, they excel at coming up and stopping ball carriers or when they aren’t very good at stopping ball carriers, but excel in pass coverage. Goldson has no saving grace. He doesn’t have excellent game film. You just said that you didn’t even know he was on the field for most pass plays. Go back and look at those and see when he is targeted while in zone or in M2M. The Bucs should have a field day against both of these safeties. Washington, without a single shred of doubt, has the worst safety tandem in the league.All hands down.

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    • Anonymous

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      I've watched every Skins game on Gamepass and he pops off the screen alright...and not in a good way. He has been on the field for every single pass play and has managed one pass defense and zero INTs. He also has zero forced fumbles.

      I went back and watched the Jets game coaches film because I honestly dont know everything about safety play watching my game pass condensed film. In this game he had three big plays where the ball came out. The first was on the first offensive series when he made the initial hit that spun the player around and the next Redskin hit forced the fumble. Stat wise he did nothing on this play. In reality, he was in on a turnover and will grade out positively on this play for his team. How the statistics rate him is another story.fR2yKy0.jpg5CuO5K7.jpgphsBtmv.jpg

      Sure, the last two games he's had some tackles, but he isn't doing anything extraordinary, especially to say that " making more plays than any other safety right now" about anything. He is 9th among safeties in tackles, not first.

      According to nfl.com he ranks fourth among all free safeties in tackles.

      Goldson has more missed tackles than all 8 of those safeties in front of him in tackles. If you figure up his missed tackle rate, which is how often he misses a tackle when there is an opportunity to make one, it's also one of the highest in the league for safeties.

      He does miss tackles because he tries to hit too hard and he does not wrap up good enough. The tackles he missed in the Jets game were when he hit a player and bounced off. Incidentally even though that is a bad stat, and surely shows up as a negative on your stat sheet, both of the nissed tackles in this game he hit the runner so hardcthat they were completely stopped in their tracks and tackled within 5 yards of the impact.

      Pretty much the only positive thing you can say about him this year is that his penalties are down. Other than that, he is the same below average tackling/below average cover safety that he has always been. The only thing he was ever good at was big hits. You might think that he best fits as a Safety who is just used in the box as a S/LB hybrid, but that isn't how he has been used in his career. He's always been a guy who is out there in deep coverage,

      Actually the Skins are not using him in deep coverage much. In the Jets game he was only responsible for deep coverage a few times the entire game.This is what Washington is doing 90 percent of the time shown below. It looks like cover two pre snap but Goldson comes crashing down into the box nearly every time and they end up playing cover three with the other safety taking deep middle and the corners taking the deep sidelines. In actuality your contention that Goldson is in deep cover a majority of the time is false. 7zEOW5C.jpg

      He doesn't have excellent game film. You just said that you didn't even know he was on the field for most pass plays. Go back and look at those and see when he is targeted while in zone or in M2M.

      In the Jets game he was not targeted very often in coverage. He was targeted on a play down the deep seam in which Brandon Marshall made a good play but that play was a classic example of a team exploiting the deep middle in between zones. Goldson made the tackle. See below where the Jets take advantage of the coverage by droping it in between the two players. Goldson is not at his best in deep coverage and if not for all the injuries the Skins have at DB he would probably do even less of it. dl5gOIV.jpgGoldson was never matched up in M2M during the Jets game that I saw. He was strictly in a downhill zone hybrid role in this game. If he was covering someone it is because they were in his zone.

      He's always been a guy who is out there in deep coverage, out of the box, far away from the LOS. Even PFF ranks him 83rd out of 83 safeties in coverage this year and and overall ranks him 82nd.

      Well, we know the first part of that statement is false after looking at the coaches film. Please enlighten me as to how PFF gets their safety rankings out before the coaches film is even out? Are they using game film to rate their safeties? It doesn't really matter what they use quite frankly, because their "ratings" are a joke. Inside his meeting room with his coaches Goldson would have had a positive grade on the day for the Jets game. He was in on a fumble, he was in on a PBU, he had great coverage on one play that forced a 'coverage sack'. He would have had another forced fumble but the ball was ruled incomplete, he made Decker get alligator arms when he was coming downhill and caused an incompletion there. He was attacking everything the Jets did in the box area and had 7 tackles and 6 assists.He gave up one play to BM who exploited the coverage. He took one bad angle on a Chris Ivory run that went for a big gainer. And the couple of 'missed tackes' that ended up being assists anyway because he completely stopped the ball carrier in his tracks. Overall, he definitely had a positive overall grade by the only people who really count, his team. That is why I don't subscribe to PFF, because their 'stats' don't tell the real story because they have no idea how to grade a football player.

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