Defense needs to shore up a bit, but the last few Superbowl champs have been this exact formula. The Giants and Packers were giving up huge chunks of yards in the air during the season, but getting key turnover. Yet the offense could just score at will.
Post by TDDance234 on Oct 14, 2012 20:29:59 GMT -5
I'm not as concerned with the junk stats in the second half. Our defense was stout when it needed to be, and we were in prevent for a majority of the 4th quarter. Minnesota just took advantage and made some plays underneath.
Are there any idiots left who still think we paid too much for RGIII?
They have all disappeared from the board, even the ones who were long time posters.
It's sad really. All you have to do is come back and get your balls busted for a bit and make fun of yourself and then all will be forgiven.
Well, the doubters shouldn't be discounted completely.
It WAS a steep price. Pass rusher? Corners and safeties. A couple more STOUT O-linemen, especially at RT?
Those needs are going to have to be filled. So the Skins are going to have to draft smart and hope for a surprise or two. And when they get some cap space back, a couple of free agent signings are going to be key.
How 'bout RGIII as an effective recruiting tool to sign those free agents, though?