Tonight. Sunday, January 6th, 2013. The Washington Redskins vs. The Seattle Seahawks. On this night, the better team didn't win. On the other hand, the better team did beat itself into submission. I knew RG3 wasn't the same RG3 from before the Ravens game... I could tell during the Eagles and Cowboys games. Not the mobility aspect, but the throwing aspect (his most promising quality as a QB). I assumed it stemmed from the knee injury, so I did some research on "lateral collateral ligament (LCL) sprain". Apparently, the overhand throwing motion stresses the knee. He should have never played. It was poor decision making by the coaching staff, the medical staff and Robert, himself. I understand that he wanted to play because that's what big game players do. Perform when it matters the most. But his decision to play was selfish. He didn't put the team in the best position to win.
Also... Kyle. Really, Kyle? If you were going to stand behind your injured QB and let him play, you should have called the game in a similar manner as you did the Cowboys game. We abandoned the running game in the second half and that is one of the biggest reasons we lost.
Defense... helluva game. You held up and performed far longer than I thought you could.
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Offseason stuff... first things first, handle resigning your own players. One player I think we should bring back is Cedric Griffin. He gives us a bigger corner and has come up big in a few games. Throw him a two year deal for as low as possible. He's the one that stuck out the most to me.
2 - Corner/Safety
3 - Pass Rusher
4 - Corner/Safety
5 - O-Line
6 - Speed
7 - BPA