Tag: Alfred Morris

Bad Relationship…

Bad Relationship…

| January 3, 2014 | 2 Comments

Guest Author:Kali McIver (@kmproduces34) I have been confused all day trying to figure out these Redskins fans and media defense of the Mike Shanahan era.Friends,people in the media I respect keep talking about how at least it’s not as bad as the Steve Spurrier and Jim Zorn years. Finally it hit me. Redskin’s fans are […]

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Donovan McNabb Was Right About Robert Griffin III and Mike Shanahan

Donovan McNabb Was Right About Robert Griffin III and Mike Shanahan

| December 16, 2013 | 2 Comments

Donovan McNabb joined the crew of ESPN’s First Take with Skip Bayless on March 30, 2012–just less than a month before the April 26, 2012 NFL Draft kickoff–and said Robert Griffin III is not a fit for Mike Shanahan’s offense. I do not necessarily agree with this, but there is more to where this is […]

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ALL-22: Breaking Down Alfred Morris VS The Dallas Cowboys

ALL-22: Breaking Down Alfred Morris VS The Dallas Cowboys

| October 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Twitter and the message boards have buzzed about: Whats wrong with Alfred Morris? Well we have plenty of time to talk about it but let’s take an All-22 look at Alfred Morris in the run game vs the Dallas Cowboys. – Read Option: Morris follows the lead blocks of Paulsen and Young. – Ware chases […]

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Chris Thompson Plugged Into The Redskins Offense

Chris Thompson Plugged Into The Redskins Offense

| May 30, 2013 | 3 Comments

While checking out a few Redskins message boards I noticed many fans pegging Chris Thompson as just a third down pass receiver out of the backfield. While I agree he gives Washington a dynamic pass threat from the Running Back position, he is at his best running the football, and he will add an explosive […]

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Fun With Weapons; Chris Thompson Can Take Redskins Offense Over The Top

Fun With Weapons; Chris Thompson Can Take Redskins Offense Over The Top

| May 11, 2013 | 12 Comments

It’s really hard to quantify how much of an impact Alfred Morris had on the Redskins in his rookie season. His 1,613 yards and 13 touchdowns propelled this team to having a top 5 offense. While Robert Griffin III is an elite talent, without Alfred Morris’ hard nosed, physical style of running, the offense likely doesn’t work […]

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