Who The Heck Is In Charge of Redskins Play Calling?

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Not trying to make excuses for any Redskins quarterback or O-line, receivers, or coaches, but Jay Gruden’s first year I noticed too much time wasted before the QB was given the play, thus giving our QB only 2 or 3 seconds left to scan the defense and get the ball snapped.  This seemed due to 2 or 3 coaches calling the plays or coordinating the next play.

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The Redskins Coaching Staff Has New Goals To Set

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After 83 years the coaching history of the Washington Redskins is equally rich with tradition and championships. What began with the Boston Braves & head coach Lud Wrayin 1932, and the Boston Redskins in ’33 with head coaches Lone Star Dietz & Eddie Casey in ’35 has evolved with the years into a new team now. There are new faces and new names in the coaching staff, with new traditions to build and new championships to win.

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Winning Off the Field Has To Happen First

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If NFL football was easy, anyone could be a champion.

However, winning at the professional level is a full time job, regardless of the offseason –

…and more of the game is played off the field than on.

 

 
So, the game has evolved over the years into a process by which the coaches and staff are as hard-pressed as the players.
 
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A Female Referee? Well, it’s about !*($#% TIME !!!

 

 
From Sarah Thomas, a Mississippi native:

“I do honor the fact that many people consider me a trailblazer, but I’ve been doing this because I love it. When you’re out there officiating, the guys don’t think of me as a female. They want me to be just like them – just be an official.”

 
 
However this is the part that got my attention the most:

“But my goal has always been to be the best line judge I could be.”

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Redskins Fans Lose Ring of Famer Eddie LeBaron At 85

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April 1st in the year 2015 more or less passed by quietly…

As the sun rose, birds and other little critters scampered around enjoying the spring, America went about it’s normal daily routine, and thought ahead to Easter.

Later on as the sun set that day, it also set on the life of a very remarkable man who had made his personal mark upon the world, and the hearts of millions of Washington Redskins fans.

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There’s No Reason Not To Expect The Playoffs

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The bottom line: Jay Gruden has named Robert Griffin III as the starting quarterback for this 2015 season. It’s Griffin’s job to keep, or lose as the case may be – but short of injury expect him to keep it.

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