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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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    Dishes

    Well done as always Czabe. #10 seems absolutely lethargic following a bad play. Why does he stay on the ground so long?! When he arises, he anxiously skipps over to the bench to check out the play on McVay’s friggin IPAD. The right half of the O-line was completely overmatched ALL GAME (except for the PAT block which was up the gut) and to have 82 blocking Watt, SOLO, is an incompetent tactic which should constitute a public flogging. After watching Peyton & Luck last night it is clear. Wawawobert holds the ball like i hold my newborn whilst trying to get her to sleep, albeit the (right side) O-line play was complete shite. If its coming from the right and he is a right handed QB, he has to see it coming and dump it. His data processing speed needs an upgrade. Maybe McVay’s friggin IPAD has an app for that. LET THE BALL GO!!!!!!!!!!! It pains me to say it but I believe we have the wrong guy.

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  2. 2

    SiPhi

    I have to say this is pretty much 100% my take as well. Way too many foolish Skins fans I’ve heard today.

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    Tom

    If RGIII is “ordinary” in his athleticism, his passing skills make him a career backup at best. Not a good prognosis. Throw deep to D Jax sometime in the first 10 plays. Then the dig routes and comebacks will be open in the middle of the game. You can always do a double move if you want a big play.

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    Josh

    Well, I would think that they were concerned about JJ Watt reducing RGIII into his constituent elements if they took the time to try and go over the top against the defense. Watt utterly dominated the game and The Griff was sacked and hit a lot despite the pathetically short/fast passing game. I think next week when they face a less utterly destructive pass-rush they will probably go downfield more.

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    Brandon

    Great article, Czabe!

    *Changes fantasy football name to Intermittent Boners*

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