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[News] Eisenberg: Best Defense Against RGIII Is A Good Offense

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RGIII isn't just another rookie appetizer. Best way to stop him is to keep him off the field.

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Anybody seen the Ravens' offense? I've been looking for it for weeks..... Please don't send them to the Castle, send them to FedEx field ASAP.
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Amen slow boater. When you find the offense let me know. Btw, Ray Rice is looking for the ball also so if anyone happens to see Cam, please tell him that we miss the offense and although he wants to coach a pass crazy high scoring offense, we don't have the quarterback for that. He is more in line with a Mark Sanchez completion percentage than a Drew Bree's percentage. He is good when he can throw the out timing routes and a long pass here and the based on play action but no one cares about play action when the line is pass rushing and the safeties aren't biting because the running back didn't touch the ball for the whole fourth quarter. Face it I am a semi-knowledgable fan and I can clearly see what is going on. I think coaches get so bogged down in tape and strategy that the obvious escapes them. Forest for the trees type thing where they bog themselves down with so many stats the outsmart themselves and don't realize a whole quarter went by and the most prolific player on the team didn't carry the ball. Pathetic.
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I said this earlier in the week! Our chances improve against RGIII converting 3rd and longs with his feet is to keep them feet tucked under the bench!

But, ball control and showcasing our run game is not our way!

We're 9-3 but that, once again, is due to the defense! As maligned as it has been this year, the Dee still is stingy when it comes to points!

Our "Flying Circus" of an Offense manages just enough points to win!

So, when Joe E-Lite chunks his incomplete 40 yarders 18-20 times to Rice's 11 runs,....

plop, plop... fizz, fizz,........ keep the antacids close!
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We can come up with the greatest offensive and defensive gameplan in the world, but if we don't execute it doesen't mean anything. I refuse to believe that Pees and Cam haven't studied hours of footage of RG3 and the Redskins. I also refuse to believe that the coaching staff hasn't formulated a "sufficient" gameplan. Let's just make it happen.
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I like RAY Rice as a person but he is to soft when it comes to telling people how he feel. YOU are going to have to complain man and tell them u need the ball in your hands period. Ask why u paid me all the money to just be a decoy? JOHN, YOU have to yell sometime at coaching staff too(Cam). You are trying to be friends with the coaches, This is a business you were hired to lead not be acquaintances! Lastly, we still need a big WR, Bolden gets open because of strength. Speed can be match with good angels so 3rd WR needs to be a big WR with decent speed not thin with 4.4 speed.
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If our Offensive line can protect Flacco, and Flacco gets the ball out of his hand faster, than we have a good chance of winning.

If Our defense stuffs the run, and Corey Graham, Cary Williams and Johnson are playing we should be able to make RGII make a mistake and capitalize on turnovers (Reed, and Pollard).

As a Fan I'm keeping all fingers and toes crossed, cause we need this Game!
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Please Please give Ray Rice the ball. Our offense could some much better and more consistent if Rice got 20-25 carries every single game. Cam needs to understand this. It's fair to fan who know how good of a team we are and the potentially dangerous offense we should be. And start with No. 27. Arrian Foster averages about 24 carries a game and Matt Shaub still puts up good numbers. Flacco can to the same if we give Ray the carries he deserves.
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yeah i've seen the offense slowboater its been trying to get seperation after carrying the defense. Ite been try hard to excute but its hard to gave ray the ball all the time with only one ball for everyone on offense not to mention getting the ball out faster will not make it any easier all that does it quicker rout to an interception unless someone can get open and take this as a factor tom brady behind a terrible offensive line has like 10 seconds to throw same as drew brees and charlie batch with his line who held up better so until this oline can ship up the offense will be incconsitent its there always but the oline casts a dispearring spell
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Winning a game takes more than just handing the ball off to your runningback, you need a passing game as well that is focused on moving the chains.

Keep getting first downs, no matter what.
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I'm hoping that this formula works. I don't forsee us doing much on third down though because, while it may only be an hour down 95, it is still an away game.
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If the Ravens offense produces similar numbers and controls the ball that completely, the Redskins will have a tough time winning again. Twenty-plus carries for Rice should be a must (as opposed to 12 against Pittsburgh last Sunday) and the passing offense should also be able to generate gains against a Washington secondary depleted by injuries and suspensions. [u][i][b](But enough with the repeated downfield shots. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is just six of 35 this year on passes traveling over 30 yards, and just 21 of 70 on passes traveling over 20 yards.)[/b][/i][/u]

6 for 35? 6 for 35? and 21 for 70? now that's just down right pathetic! smh!

~Mili
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[quote name='Hardhitters' timestamp='1354984674' post='1249591']
Winning a game takes more than just handing the ball off to your runningback, you need a passing game as well that is focused on moving the chains.

Keep getting first downs, no matter what.
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Everyone I've seen here agrees with you (and I) that running needs to be balanced with a smart passing attack, using the swings, middle and not that Cam-inspired, low percentage deep guano that Joe E-Lite throws!

There's not a thing wrong with hitting a Receiver, in stride, and allowing him to get yards after catch but just hit them short! More high percentage and First Down earned in short passes!
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[quote name='coreyadams' timestamp='1354983856' post='1249587']
i hope our offense shows up sunday. maybe we an score 30 to 40pts
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Play action only works well when the run has been established! Otherwise, it's a needless movement!
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGzc4DuXgZA

This man does a good job explaining the pistol offense of the Redskins.

Since Ray Lewis is out and Suggs may or may not be a factor. Part of the Redskins game plan will involve ways to fool Ed Reed at the safety position.

If any of you have watched the Redskins vs Giants game. The Giants has one of the most, if not THE most powerful pass rushing line in the game. Even they could barely touch RG3.

Can the Ravens D line match the same intensity and speed as the Giants? No.
Can the Ravens D contain RG3 for very long? No.
In football especially at the line your job is to attack. What happens if you're caught sitting on your heels most of the game waiting? You'll get run over.

Hope for mistakes from RG3 and the receivers dropping passes(They definitely tend to do that)
Don't man up on Garcon alone. Since his return he's been playing BIG for the skins.

The Redskins defense has improved a little bit. Don't let their numbers fool you. Their DC has begun to find ways to make them effective. They do very well in the Redzone. The Ravens wide receiver group should have some success against the Redskins secondary.

-Scout
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I am now a charter FIRE CAM club member. Once Reed intercepted the ball and put it on the thirty something, 27 should have had his number called on every play until Pittsburg stopped him and then time goes off the clock and we back Pittsburg up to their thirty something. We win. But no, our cleaver CAM called for a pass where only one good thing can happen and multiple bad things can happen like, an incompletion, clock stops & no time runs off, an interception, or a forced fumble by the QB. We could all see the fumble coming just like the playoffs! BUT NOT CAM. He is too cleaver for that! Dues are $10 a game for anyone else who wants to join the club! Send the money to Santa Claus Anonymous. Happy Holidays folks!
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I hate to say it and I know I'll get heat for this but I can't see us winning this game. This team is too dull on the road to keep RG3 down. The run defense has improved but is still fairly porous; Morris and RG3 will have a hay day out there. This isn't Raven's football.
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[quote name='TheScout' timestamp='1354986408' post='1249607']
[url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGzc4DuXgZA"]https://www.youtube....h?v=iGzc4DuXgZA[/url]

This man does a good job explaining the pistol offense of the Redskins.

Since Ray Lewis is out and Suggs may or may not be a factor. Part of the Redskins game plan will involve ways to fool Ed Reed at the safety position.

If any of you have watched the Redskins vs Giants game. The Giants has one of the most, if not THE most powerful pass rushing line in the game. Even they could barely touch RG3.

Can the Ravens D line match the same intensity and speed as the Giants? No.
Can the Ravens D contain RG3 for very long? No.
In football especially at the line your job is to attack. What happens if you're caught sitting on your heels most of the game waiting? You'll get run over.

Hope for mistakes from RG3 and the receivers dropping passes(They definitely tend to do that)
Don't man up on Garcon alone. Since his return he's been playing BIG for the skins.

The Redskins defense has improved a little bit. Don't let their numbers fool you. Their DC has begun to find ways to make them effective. They do very well in the Redzone. The Ravens wide receiver group should have some success against the Redskins secondary.

-Scout
[/quote] I did watch the giants/ redskins game and all of your observations are dead on . rg3 made pierre-paul look like an old man . Both rg3 and morris have ball control issue when they are hit , (not going to mention the fumble that went in for a touchdown no clue how that happened). I watch every redskins game and every ravens game . I feel we can win this . there recievers drop ALLOT of passes . there secondary is not good at all . I don't think there is a Qb on this planet that can fool ed reed and I hope this sunday i am right. there defense has improved much like ours the numbers are not reflecting that . I enjoyed your post very well said .
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[quote name='charliebucket' timestamp='1354988559' post='1249626']
I hate to say it and I know I'll get heat for this but I can't see us winning this game. This team is too dull on the road to keep RG3 down. The run defense has improved but is still fairly porous; Morris and RG3 will have a hay day out there. This isn't Raven's football.
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Those of us who view football realistically see the challenge facing us tomorrow! Your points are all good but there are those who will still hammer you, not I!

The game hinges upon whether Cam falls through his dooky-chute and believes the hype that the skins can be beat deep!

That report, in my estimation, spells doom for us!

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Move over, Charlie,... we need comfortable seats for the negs! lol
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The best way to keep RG111 off the field is to run the ball, as we should do on the road. Give Ray Rice 20-30 rushes, or give Ray Rice 20- 25 rushes, only if Bernard Pierce get the ball 10-15 rushes against The Redskins!And, then have Joe take shot the field on the Redskins because I probably that the Redskins is like 31st in the Pass Yards Per Game, I not for sure.I will say it again once Ray Rice get the ball our offense start to tick!Go Ravens!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Wow! Ravens fans are so quit to jump off the band wagon. After San Diego, media and fans almost acted like Ravens were a team of destiny. Now they can't beat a rookie QB on a 6-6 team. Please don't claim to be die hard fans. By now you you know that's mistaken. ALways critism and hopelessness. Never the positives. So here are a few.

1. Ravens have more talent at just about every positoin even with injuries.
2. Ravens record after a loss is outstanding.
3. Flacco always responds after a bad game.
4.SKins pass defense is at the bottom of the league.
5. Skins have no elite pass rusher, CB, or LB that can match up against Torrey, Rice, Pitta, etcc..

I have my criticisms of CAM, Joe, defense too. But at some point we fans have to put the panic button down and believe in you teams. I'm at the point if the Raven lose this, miss playoffs, or are one and done. So be it. Maybe that's what it takes to get rid of Cam, to move up in the draft for better players, to stop letting quality player hit Free agency.
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I still means Run. The. Ball. Cam.
I hope he doesn't translate that into run on 3rd&10.
If it doesn't work, attack in the air.
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Washington may have RG3,but we have heart and soul.We are a team and faced with adversity we have always showed up and showed out. The Ravens just need to stay focused,play their game,hit them hard and often and Play Like A Raven."Time To Hunt".
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[quote name='Mystigo_Dragon' timestamp='1354990874' post='1249652']
Those of us who view football realistically see the challenge facing us tomorrow! Your points are all good but there are those who will still hammer you, not I!

The game hinges upon whether Cam falls through his dooky-chute and believes the hype that the skins can be beat deep!

That report, in my estimation, spells doom for us!

......

Move over, Charlie,... we need comfortable seats for the negs! lol
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LOL

It's gonna be hard for Cam to fall through his dooky-chute with his head stuck in it!!
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The key to the game is the same as in every game. Its the line play. We need to stop being so passive with the Zone blocking and man up and pancake some people. Push their defensive line beyond the line of scrimmage, sustain our blocks and play thru the whistle.
The D-line needs to stop the run and get after RG3, make him uncomfotable and DO NOT let him get on the outside of the contain man.
If our lines play like they should we can win this.
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I feel another Eagles type of game where they get the ball back down 17-13 or something and drive the entire 90 yards on us to win again. I'd love to believe the best defense is a good offense, but can someone tell me where we're gonna get one of those new-fangled "offenses". All I see is a bunch of underachieving but talented players scoring 20 points a game.
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