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Postby octagon999 » Wed Sep 28, 2005 7:47 am

How bad do you think Seattle is going to work over Washington this week? Does Alexander have a chance of doing to them, what he did this last week?

What are Washington's defensive strengths and weaknesses?

Thank you for any insights.

PS Hope this is the right forum.
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Postby Plindsey88 » Wed Sep 28, 2005 7:51 am

Alexander will NOT do what he did last week.... Seattle is likely to win that game, but they will win it by picking on Walt Harris, who may be less than 100% on a bum calf.... If Harris can't go, then Carlos Rogers will get the start, and I don't like the prospect of a rookie corner going up against Hasselbeck and company.... Look for Bobby Engram or Joe Jurevicious to have a big day.....
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Postby logan » Wed Sep 28, 2005 7:53 am

id say 80-100 (possibly a little generous. he did ok agianst the jags for 73 so... )and a possible touch (longshot but possible). washington is very good against the run. they are number 2 against the rush so far (65.5 ypg) but they gave up a td to jones in weeek one so its possible.
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Postby Redskins Win » Wed Sep 28, 2005 8:52 am

Plindsey88 wrote:Alexander will NOT do what he did last week.... Seattle is likely to win that game, but they will win it by picking on Walt Harris, who may be less than 100% on a bum calf.... If Harris can't go, then Carlos Rogers will get the start, and I don't like the prospect of a rookie corner going up against Hasselbeck and company.... Look for Bobby Engram or Joe Jurevicious to have a big day.....


GRRRRR, you really bum me out.

logan wrote:id say 80-100 (possibly a little generous. he did ok agianst the jags for 73 so... )and a possible touch (longshot but possible). washington is very good against the run. they are number 2 against the rush so far (65.5 ypg) but they gave up a td to jones in weeek one so its possible.


That was a crap TD due to a fumbled kick off. Skins D will hold Seatle's O in check. However will the O be abel to put up any numbers is the question. I'm not sure how Seatle fares against the run or pass cause I don't have them fancy formulas that someone usually posts. But, we did kick their butt last season and not much has changed this season, except for a more open and down field Offense. Homer rant complete! ;-D
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Postby BrutallyHuge » Wed Sep 28, 2005 9:02 am

Seahawks win 59 - 12.

Alexander gets 220 and 5TDs in the first half....then sits.
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Re: Seattle vs Washington?

Postby Heavyg25 » Wed Sep 28, 2005 9:13 am

octagon999 wrote:How bad do you think Seattle is going to work over Washington this week? Does Alexander have a chance of doing to them, what he did this last week?

What are Washington's defensive strengths and weaknesses?

Thank you for any insights.

PS Hope this is the right forum.


Depends on which Seattle team shows up. On paper Washington shouldn't have a chance but if the team shows up that likes to get a big lead and then slack off at the end then Washington has the chance to steal it like they did to Dallas a couple weeks ago. All I got to say is that they better get their backup ready because for two weeks in a row Seattle's D has put the hurt on the opposing teams starting QB.
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Postby SniperShot » Wed Sep 28, 2005 10:59 am

BrutallyHuge wrote:Seahawks win 59 - 12.

Alexander gets 220 and 5TDs in the first half....then sits.
I would be very suprised if the Seahawks score more than 2 TD's let alone 5 rushing hahaha.
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Postby biju » Wed Sep 28, 2005 11:33 am

Plindsey88 wrote:Alexander will NOT do what he did last week.... Seattle is likely to win that game, but they will win it by picking on Walt Harris, who may be less than 100% on a bum calf.... If Harris can't go, then Carlos Rogers will get the start, and I don't like the prospect of a rookie corner going up against Hasselbeck and company.... Look for Bobby Engram or Joe Jurevicious to have a big day.....


What do you expect the Redskins to do when they have the ball? Seattle's run D has looked better this year but they'll be up against Portis.

I guess I'm a little nervous as well because we've been up early in two of the games and teams have been forced to pass the ball instead of test the run D. If the Redskins keep close we might have problems with Portis...if the Skins have their running game together that is.

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Postby awwchrist » Wed Sep 28, 2005 11:36 am

Washington always...and I mean ALWAYS seems to have our number.

I hate seeing them on the schedule.
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Postby Heavyg25 » Wed Sep 28, 2005 11:59 am

biju wrote:
Plindsey88 wrote:Alexander will NOT do what he did last week.... Seattle is likely to win that game, but they will win it by picking on Walt Harris, who may be less than 100% on a bum calf.... If Harris can't go, then Carlos Rogers will get the start, and I don't like the prospect of a rookie corner going up against Hasselbeck and company.... Look for Bobby Engram or Joe Jurevicious to have a big day.....


What do you expect the Redskins to do when they have the ball? Seattle's run D has looked better this year but they'll be up against Portis.

I guess I'm a little nervous as well because we've been up early in two of the games and teams have been forced to pass the ball instead of test the run D. If the Redskins keep close we might have problems with Portis...if the Skins have their running game together that is.

:-o


You underestimate the run D and are getting better now that they have been playing together a few games. I think they are doing very well considering that there is only 1 returning starter from last years front 7.
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