Talk about the Washington Redskins here. Do you bleed burgundy and gold?
Countertrey wrote:Won't happen... you much first start by building "The Hogs"... Shanahan is wed to his zone blocking scheme, with light, athletic linemen... The Hogs will never be reproduced under his watch...Neo wrote: Well I'm sold, lets just mirror a similar scheme.
I think we will pick up a great WR or two next year, but if Shanahan is still our HC, I'm not too sure he will do anything about the line. That's what I can't get my head around about MS...he doesn't see the line as being a major issue.
Unfortunately, it is exactly that kind of OL that would give Bob the confidence to work on his pocket skills: work on reading his progressions... read defenses... set blocking assignments... focus on unfamiliar mechanics... and, most importantly, to slow the game down.
I like your logic. I mean its rare to see a QB do consistently well who's constantly under pressure.
Just a pipe dream, but I'd love to see Russ Grimm as our line coach. Agreeing with what you said above, I think he & MS are completely incompatible though.
Your post brings back some good memories.
"I'm trying to be as honest as I can; I don't normally do that." -Mike Shanahan
to have a chance to win the game at the end after all those turnovers was a good thing ….
It would appear that Dan Snyder is going to let this FO manage things - for now - Scot and his staff have begun the process of putting together a roster - Jay Gruden and his coaches need to step it up and improve the product on the field