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Hard Hits Live: Redskins-Colts preview

Check out today's Hard Hits Live. LaVar answered questions on the pass rush, LaRon Landry and Donovan McNabb and he gave his thoughts on Sunday's game against the Colts.

LaVar answers reader questions every Friday at 10:30 a.m., Eastern, in this weekly webcast. And on Tuesday, LaVar, Redskins beat writer Rick Maese and D.C. Sports Bog Dan Steinberg will analyze the Packers game on Football Insider Live, at 10:30 a.m.


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In case you missed it, here's this week's Colts preview on Redskins Insider Live.

By Washington Post Sports  | October 15, 2010; 9:38 AM ET
 
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Our defense has actually made big plays, which is why we have been able to defeat rivals. Against Philly they knocked Vick out of the game, he didnt leave volountarily. That being said, we have also been torched on some plays because of our aggressive nature. With Moore back, its much better back there, Landry and Moore have been outstanding this year so far. The Coowboys game was a classic Skins Vs. Cowboys game. decided in the last five minutes as usual. The defense again came up big against GB. Knocking out JerMichael Finley one the first play of the game, then harrassing Rogers all day, and finally delivering a Concussion at the end of the game. The hits were legal. I would have much prefered it had been an arm or leg obviously. Concussions are quite dangerous these days. Some of my favorite athletes have been sidelined with Concussions here in the dc area. Brian Namoff/Jeff Gross specifically from DCU. I enjoyed the show. Keep it comming.

Posted by: g3impreza | October 17, 2010 12:10 PM | Report abuse

Our defense is the key reason we are winning right now i believe. Our offense has yet to have a day where "everything" works. If Mcnabb is on, moss and torain are off, and vice versa. Mcnabb was off the entire first half of the Green Bay game, im not sure if you guys noticed. I was thinking we might see Rex. If we have one game where everything works, we could be good. Our Coach has the ability to take us far if the players show the ability to execute his game plans each week. I think we HAVE to run inside this week against the colts in order to win. Take The outside DT out of the game as much as possible.

Posted by: g3impreza | October 17, 2010 12:23 PM | Report abuse

Our defense is the key reason we are winning right now i believe. Our offense has yet to have a day where "everything" works. If Mcnabb is on, moss and torain are off, and vice versa. Mcnabb was off the entire first half of the Green Bay game, im not sure if you guys noticed. I was thinking we might see Rex. If we have one game where everything works, we could be good. Our Coach has the ability to take us far if the players show the ability to execute his game plans each week. I think we HAVE to run inside this week against the colts in order to win. Take The outside DT out of the game as much as possible.

Posted by: g3impreza | October 17, 2010 12:23 PM | Report abuse

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