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RG3 wasn't 100% healthy, thats why you guys beat us.

How many times do you think we'll have to hear this when the Seahawks win on Sunday?


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Not as many times as I'll hear, "if the game was in Seattle, we would have won!"


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after listening to niner fans all year, there's nothing the skins can say that will shock me or make me give a crap for that matter.. the better team on that day will win on that day, excuses be damned..

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Not as many times as I'll hear, "if the game was in Seattle, we would have won!"

LOL...touche'.

Except, we're gonna win. Thanks for being fun and classy Riggo.

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I don't speak for all Redskins fans, but being a third-generation fan and family season ticket holder for 75 years, I can tell you that after 20 years of failure it feels so good to at least to get back on the right track with this team. Certainly Seattle fans can empathize.

I was hoping for 8-8 this year, some good wins, and real progress with RGIII. If you'd told me at the beginning of the season that we'd be 10-6 after beating the NFCE to death using rookies (RB, K, QB) who look like they are the long-term answers to our prayers, and in the playoffs, I would have fallen over. I will go so far as to say it looks like we could have one of the greatest who ever played at the QB position.

So good luck on Sunday. If Seattle wins, odds are it's because they played better football. You won't get any excuses from this corner.


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I don't speak for all Redskins fans, but being a third-generation fan and family season ticket holder for 75 years, I can tell you that after 20 years of failure it feels so good to at least to get back on the right track with this team. Certainly Seattle fans can empathize.

I was hoping for 8-8 this year, some good wins, and real progress with RGIII. If you'd told me at the beginning of the season that we'd be 10-6 after beating the NFCE to death using rookies (RB, K, QB) who look like they are the long-term answers to our prayers, and in the playoffs, I would have fallen over. I will go so far as to say it looks like we could have one of the greatest who ever played at the QB position.

So good luck on Sunday. If Seattle wins, odds are it's because they played better football. You won't get any excuses from this corner.



I would never count on a RB being long term with Shanahan.


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If we win, what I don't want to hear is how 'easy' it should be for us to move on and beat the Falcons (MINN/GB results pending obviously).

Aside from that, all I care about is getting the W. Which isn't going to be easy on the road in front of a playoff-starved fan base. We've faced (and defeated) some tough opponents this year but we haven't faced a team on a mission like the Redskins have been since their 3-6 start.

IMO it's too bad these two teams are meeting in the wildcard round. They both have a chance to advance deeper into the playoffs, it would have been nice to have this rookie v. rookie matchup after they'd both had a chance to get a post-season win.


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heatsky wrote:
I don't speak for all Redskins fans, but being a third-generation fan and family season ticket holder for 75 years, I can tell you that after 20 years of failure it feels so good to at least to get back on the right track with this team. Certainly Seattle fans can empathize.

I was hoping for 8-8 this year, some good wins, and real progress with RGIII. If you'd told me at the beginning of the season that we'd be 10-6 after beating the NFCE to death using rookies (RB, K, QB) who look like they are the long-term answers to our prayers, and in the playoffs, I would have fallen over. I will go so far as to say it looks like we could have one of the greatest who ever played at the QB position.

So good luck on Sunday. If Seattle wins, odds are it's because they played better football. You won't get any excuses from this corner.



I would never count on a RB being long term with Shanahan.


I would count on having a successful running back long term though. In fact, once Morris is established, maybe he'll trade him for another great player or get some draft picks back...


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RiggoReincarnated wrote:
Not as many times as I'll hear, "if the game was in Seattle, we would have won!"


Or "Wow.. if we had Rex Grossman and Roy Helu still, we probably win this game" :stirthepot:

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RiggoReincarnated wrote:
Not as many times as I'll hear, "if the game was in Seattle, we would have won!"


Or "Wow.. if we had Rex Grossman and Roy Helu still, we probably win this game" :stirthepot:


Uhhhh, you will NEVER hear any skins fan wanting Rex back. Just sayin.

I'll just be glad the week is over. Win or lose, both teams have had immensely successful seasons.
Our first division win since 99. Hawks haven't won 11 games in a long time either.

I'm tired of hearing about how crappy both fan bases are. Probably will end after this game, barring any retarded fan nonsense at the game.

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bigdaddydave wrote:
RG3 wasn't 100% healthy, thats why you guys beat us.

How many times do you think we'll have to hear this when the Seahawks win on Sunday?



Not a problems..Our qb is to short to play in the NFL anyway.


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I'm guessing the Hawks will know all of the words to "Hail To The Redskins" by the end of the game. You see the band plays it after every Skins touchdown and you know, repetition is the key to learning something so......you get the idea.


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That stupid song is LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAME


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That stupid song is LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAME

Hail to the Redskins is the gold standard for fight songs!


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This will certainly be the case on the ExtremeSkins site. They don't even want to think about actual football there, but instead denigrate every other aspect of our team, city, and fanbase. When/if they lose, expect a ton of excuse making, potential officiating blame, etc. Anything but their team got outplayed by an undeniably more talented roster.


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That stupid song is LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAME

Hail to the Redskins is the gold standard for fight songs!


It's also very, very racist.

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I'm guessing the Hawks will know all of the words to "Hail To The Redskins" by the end of the game. You see the band plays it after every Skins touchdown and you know, repetition is the key to learning something so......you get the idea.


By using the repetition theory, the Redskins have already lost ala the last two playoff meetings. 8)

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I'm guessing the Hawks will know all of the words to "Hail To The Redskins" by the end of the game. You see the band plays it after every Skins touchdown and you know, repetition is the key to learning something so......you get the idea.


If repetition is the key to knowing something, then the Redskins should have exiting the playoffs at the hands of the Seahawks down pat by now.


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I'm guessing the Hawks will know all of the words to "Hail To The Redskins" by the end of the game. You see the band plays it after every Skins touchdown and you know, repetition is the key to learning something so......you get the idea.


If repetition is the key to knowing something, then the Redskins should have exiting the playoffs at the hands of the Seahawks down pat by now.


Boom :0190l:


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After the game it will be the usual "Seahawks didn't win, the Redskins lost"

"You can't expect our team to win a playoff game with a rookie even as good as RGIII is,,,oh wait......."

RGIII should be the rookie of the year even if he got beat by a rookie in the first round of the playoffs.

And so on, and so on, and so on.

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This thread should be gold after Sunday lol.


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That stupid song is LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAME

Hail to the Redskins is the gold standard for fight songs!


Isn't that a little like saying the Zastava is the gold standard for Eastern European-made automobiles?

For those who need a little supplementary information on the subject, the Zastava is the remade Jugo, pronounced "You go" as in "you go if you push," made in the Former Jugoslavija.

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You won't hear crap from me except "Grats."


Most reasonable Redskins fans didn't think this team would be a playoff contender or even a division winner this year. If they did, they probably are the same fans saying the team will go 10-6 every year. (even under Zorn) We call these people homers.....you generally call them idiots.

So tell me, what will be YOUR excuses if Seattle loses?


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Fight 4 Old DC wrote:
I'm guessing the Hawks will know all of the words to "Hail To The Redskins" by the end of the game. You see the band plays it after every Skins touchdown and you know, repetition is the key to learning something so......you get the idea.


If repetition is the key to knowing something, then the Redskins should have exiting the playoffs at the hands of the Seahawks down pat by now.


Well played sir. Well played.



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You won't hear crap from me except "Grats."


Most reasonable Redskins fans didn't think this team would be a playoff contender or even a division winner this year. If they did, they probably are the same fans saying the team will go 10-6 every year. (even under Zorn) We call these people homers.....you generally call them idiots.

So tell me, what will be YOUR excuses if Seattle loses?


Global warming.


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that pesky Mayan end of the world thing?

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You won't hear crap from me except "Grats."


Most reasonable Redskins fans didn't think this team would be a playoff contender or even a division winner this year. If they did, they probably are the same fans saying the team will go 10-6 every year. (even under Zorn) We call these people homers.....you generally call them idiots.

So tell me, what will be YOUR excuses if Seattle loses?


Global warming.


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If we win, what I don't want to hear is how 'easy' it should be for us to move on and beat the Falcons (MINN/GB results pending obviously).

Aside from that, all I care about is getting the W. Which isn't going to be easy on the road in front of a playoff-starved fan base. We've faced (and defeated) some tough opponents this year but we haven't faced a team on a mission like the Redskins have been since their 3-6 start.

IMO it's too bad these two teams are meeting in the wildcard round. They both have a chance to advance deeper into the playoffs, it would have been nice to have this rookie v. rookie matchup after they'd both had a chance to get a post-season win.




I am definitely in agreement with you although the wildcard is a good round for both rookies to get their feet wet.

I see a really close game. It sounds cliche but have to win the turnover battle and keep the penalties to a minimum.


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Honestly, I believe the Seahawks will win this game. They are also my pick to go to the superbowl. I was way more excited for last weeks game than I am for this weeks game. But I'll still be there yelling just as loud as last week.

However, I find this thread VERY ironic. I just have one question for the OP. Why did the Seahawks lose to the Steelers in the super bowl??


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Honestly, I believe the Seahawks will win this game. They are also my pick to go to the superbowl. I was way more excited for last weeks game than I am for this weeks game. But I'll still be there yelling just as loud as last week.

However, I find this thread VERY ironic. I just have one question for the OP. Why did the Seahawks lose to the Steelers in the super bowl??


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he hasnt been healthy for the last 5 games they won including Dallas. They cant talk.

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anyone hear how RGs knee replacement went?

or did he decide to stick with the glass?

hmm, 100%? does that mean its back to the same fragile knee it was in the beginning?

me guesses RG doesn't make it to the HOF due to knee injuries and short seasons, specially if he keeps wanting to play running back against teams like the seahawks, teams that have real defenses

this should be fun, welcome to the legion of BOOM!!! ;)

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I don't speak for all Redskins fans, but being a third-generation fan and family season ticket holder for 75 years, I can tell you that after 20 years of failure it feels so good to at least to get back on the right track with this team. Certainly Seattle fans can empathize.

I was hoping for 8-8 this year, some good wins, and real progress with RGIII. If you'd told me at the beginning of the season that we'd be 10-6 after beating the NFCE to death using rookies (RB, K, QB) who look like they are the long-term answers to our prayers, and in the playoffs, I would have fallen over. I will go so far as to say it looks like we could have one of the greatest who ever played at the QB position.

So good luck on Sunday. If Seattle wins, odds are it's because they played better football. You won't get any excuses from this corner.



Classy post heatsky. Just a love for your team and the hope that they can do better. I think both of our fan bases can be proud of our teams this year. Better yet, there is real hope for the future. That being said, good luck next year.


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RG3 wasn't 100% healthy, thats why you guys beat us.

How many times do you think we'll have to hear this when the Seahawks win on Sunday?


If the Seahawks win I will be the first one here to say good game and good luck in the next round. It will hurt but that's what good fans do...


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I will probly get tired of how Russell Wilson single handedly destroyed rg3

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