excellent suggestion blue.
They do have a Russ Grimm, Sonny J, Monk, Riggins etc... If you want, I'll send you a link to the site, but I won't post it. Don't want to risk schenanigans.
So they are not the ones you order with the number and name you want? You can't go wrong with Monk though.
Trent has been everything we've hoped he'd be. One of, if not the best LT in the NFL right now. You know Bob has to be loving him right now. We all know I've been a fan of Trent, but I tell you, he's finally earning that high draft pick status. The oline as a whole has played pretty well, but with Trent playing the way he has, they've been able to let him block people alone and help out elsewhere, in effect, hiding other weak points.
They need to find a RT to solidify the OL.
While I wish the Shanny's would be more consistent with their play calling, they've really done a much better job of working the scheme around Griffin as opposed to forcing him into their scheme. That and the fact that Griffin is every bit as good as hoped if not better. We still need a lot of help on defense, but the future is not nearly as bleak as it had been.
I see you're drunk off the kool aid.
It's all good though. You might as well enjoy it while you can. This reminds me of other Redskins teams that dug themselves a hole and then played well while chasing .500 only to go flaccid once they reached the .500 mark. If the Skins end up winning 8 games this season I owe my Pollyanna brother a bottle of rum. One thing is sure though, all this makes next Monday's game interesting. I had even considered not even going but when the game ended on Thursday we decided we had to go. Of course being a Monday night game against a division foe (and one that has already seen Griffin so they have something to go on) we're sure to go freeze our asses off only to be humiliated when the Skins soil themselves on a nationally televised game.
If, on the other hand, the Redskins show up, then this could be the sign that this team is completely different. We'll see. I don't want to get my hopes up too high only to see them infected with a case of Drew Storenitis.
Jr seems to have lapses in his playcalling every week but for the most part he's been decent. I'm still concerned that they are relying too much on the long ball (like the Nats). Deep passes are low percentage so they need to develop a mid range passing attack and that has been no where to be seen. We have yet to see straight drop backs for the hook, in, out, corner and up routes. Hopefully this means they have much more upside once Griffin gets it all together. Now that they will begin to see teams that have already faced the offense they are going to need more variety.
The defense is hopeless. They lost Keenan Robinson for the season this week. They seem to lose at least one player a week.
Robinson is a player they really like and I was hoping he would get more looks during this stretch to get him ready for next season.
Forbath has been a pleasant surprise though.