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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    tick tock

    I give mad props to Gruden for not poo-pahing how bad RG3 was and calling him out. some people may say no – no we need to keep this internal. F that BS. Grudens like listen I’ve talked to him, we’ve talked to him about his mechanics, preparation and professionalism and if it isn’t sinking him maybe if I put him on auto blast for the world it will sink in. What at this point did Gruden have to lose? All we see is what happens on the field, he’s prolly a bigger malcontent at practice day in and day out.
    couldn”t agree more with the self righteous instragram/twitter bullshit. shut the F up and lead your team RG3!
    Diane Lane in a land slide.

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    A listener

    Speaking of QBs and how they process information, I thought you would like this. Make sure you check the video. What goes thru Aaron Rodgers mind before the snap?



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    Somebody get tick tock into an English class. Please.

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    I think the question that nobody is asking is this: do the Redskins trade away all of their 1st round picks for the foreseeable future to the Oakland Raiders in order to draft Marcus Mariota? Oakland has their ‘franchise’ QB in Carr and have so many holes elsewhere in their lineup that they should be looking to trade down in this coming draft. The front office in Washington is known to be foolish. Gruden might lobby for it because I think that Mariotta is a QB that he could work well with; after all, Gruden made Andy Dalton look pretty good in Cincy, so I think that as long as a QB has the ability to understand MOFC and MOFO as well as basic constraint theory (which Griffin clearly does not), this Washington offense should be fearsomely good.


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