don't me a poorly educated Redskins fan.
SkinSFan22 wrote:4. Mark Brunell also can't pass to a receiving core filled with great, fast receivers.
Well, he could use more than the 2 seconds of pocket time he gets per play.
SkinSFan22 wrote:5. Mark Brunell doesn't have a pocket presence/mobility, just like Brad Johnson but much worse.
If there's one thing Brunell still has going for him it IS mobility. The guy can still scramble for yards and sometimes evade the rush
SkinSFan22 wrote:7. Brunell can't throw a pass more than 10 yards.
He can, but not with much accuracy so far. He seems to be rattled.
SkinSFan22 wrote:8. Brunell has a "little" tendency to thow the ball away or into double coverage.
That was one INT. If anything he never takes the risks he should, always lobbing the ball out of bounds.
SkinSFan22 wrote:11. The offensive line is terrible.
For run-blocking, the line is superb. For pass-blocking, it's been mediocre. The problem is not the line, it's the guys who we have blocking blitzers at TE and RB.
SkinSFan22 wrote:14. Where are the "big" plays, hail mary's that this Al Saunders speaks of?
The opposing D continues to drop into a cover 2 every play, inviting the Skins to show their short and mid-range pass game. The one chance to go deep failed miserably, as Roy Williams was right there on the Cover 2.
SkinSFan22 wrote:15. The defense doesn't look like it's playing defense.
It's tough when you're on the field all day. The only TD of the game came on a 0:20 drive.
SkinSFan22 wrote:17. Coverage in the secondary is horrible.
It'll stay that way until our best cover-man returns, obviously.
SkinSFan22 wrote:18. Who is this Kenny Wright and what is he doing on this team?
He started as the #2 for the superb Jacksonville defense (the one that shut out the Colts in the first half of a game last year) and is an 8-year veteran.
Skins fan through thick and thin.