Judging by the way Mike and Bruce responded, it's safe to say that the 2013 draft will be one of the most pivotal and crucial in recent memory for this team.
We cried in the past over and over about how this team could never find middle round draft choices who could make contributions on the field.
I think we actually had 3 key injuries total.
On offense, RT Brown.
Without Brown, Polumbus was the most inconsistent and least competent lineman out of the whole O-line bunch. He gave up the most sacks, hurries, and had the most missed assignments per pro football statistics. Kory Lichtensteiger was not that...
So after our gut-wrenching win, I figured that would share my thoughts with you guys on last weeks game and the Skins off season. So, without further adieu:
- Montgomery's botched snaps aside, offensive line played very well in run blocking and bootleg protection. Lichtensteiger seemed to struggle a little holding...
George Allen said "It was pretty close to perfect". As Skins fans watched their guys crush the Cowboys 26-3 at home in the NFC Championship Game, they had to agree. And what a day it was. Beer-bellied Billy Kilmer was 14-18 with 2 TD passes to Charley Taylor. The defense held Dallas to zero first downs in 2/4 quarters, and held Roger Staubach to just 9/20 completions, picking him off 6 times to add insult to injury. And kicker Curtis Knight was a perfect 4 for 4 on field goal attempts. Yes George, "pretty close to perfect" indeed.
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