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Haslett: Only so much Redskins can do to stop Peyton Manning

There has been plenty of praise for Colts quarterback Peyton Manning this week from Redskins Park. But perhaps no one offered a more glowing review than defensive coordinator Jim Haslett.

Haslett tells a story from his first stint with the New Orleans Saints, when he was a defensive assistant 15 years ago.

"He would come over to our offseason training camp as sophomore and throw passes and he was better than any quarterback that we had," Haslett said. "That kind of tells you."

Haslett says that was 1995, which means Manning was preparing for his sophomore year at the University of Tennessee at the time. (The 1995 Saints finished 7-9 and featured quarterback Jim Everett and Tommy Hodson.)

"I think Peyton's probably, if not the greatest quarterback of all time, he's got to be considered," Haslett said. "There's not much he hasn't seen and he hasn't done."

Which obviously makes defending him a difficult task. While the Redskins have gone to great efforts to disguise their defensive looks from week to week - and also utilizing a variety of formations - Haslett knows there's only so much you can do against Manning.

"He's a great football player. You're not going to go out and trick him," Haslett said. "You're not going to go out and try to disguise. He's seen it all, he's done it all. We got to hope that he's having a bad day and we're having a good day and things click for us, and try to slow him down if you can."

By Rick Maese  | October 16, 2010; 6:08 AM ET
Categories:  Jim Haslett  
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Im PWD right now, but I think Haslett's admiration for Manning goes far beyond what can be considered just professional. Im surprised Haslett didn't say, "I want Peyton to repeatedly go for the tight end deep inside the hole in my zone." I mean, attempting to placate the other team by recognizing their accomplishments seems to be standard operating procedure, but this is laying it on a little thick. I think Haslett knows that Manning can chew-up this defense if he tried and is doing whatever he can to keep Manning less motivated to do so.

Posted by: monkeymayonaise | October 16, 2010 6:37 AM | Report abuse

AH92 collapes the middle like we brought him in here to do and we have a great chance. Peyton will not miss his targets like other QB's we faced, so our coverage must also be good. IMO, these 2 things have to happen for victory.

Posted by: artsnsportz | October 16, 2010 6:43 AM | Report abuse

Im PWD right now.... I think Haslett knows that Manning can chew-up this defense if he tried and is doing whatever he can to keep Manning less motivated to do so.

Posted by: monkeymayonaise | October 16, 2010 6:37 AM

PWD? Portland Water Department? Portuguese Water Dog? People with Disabilities? I'm stumped.

Just hope that Haslett's transparent Manning-love ploy works better on Manning than it did on a PWDed monkeymayonaise.

Posted by: beep-beep | October 16, 2010 6:48 AM | Report abuse

Peyton's playoff record is 9 wins at 50% win rate even with James and Harris. Play him with intensity and he will fold.

He is the greatest regular season QB beating up on bad teams. Put him under extra pressure he will fold and throw the INT.

Posted by: SeedofChange | October 16, 2010 7:31 AM | Report abuse

SeedofChange.. LOL.

Do you seriously think he will fold?
We are talking about Peyton Manning here...

He's the greatest QB to ever set foot in the NFL. Getting a win against him is a very hard thing to do.

Even with the mediocre talent around him, he's able to almost single-handedly will his team to victory.

This season, lucky for us, their team isn't as talented as previous years. This game will be a great gauge to see how good or bad of a team we actually are.

If we win, we should be anticipating a good season. If we lose, it'll let us know that we have a ways before we can be considered an elite team.

Either way, Manning is super talented and highly competitive. Like Haslett said, u can't fool Manning, only hope that they have a bad day and we have a good day.

Posted by: regxjin | October 16, 2010 8:28 AM | Report abuse

I hope AH92 has a beast of a game. He's due.

Posted by: stu_pid | October 16, 2010 8:33 AM | Report abuse

"Haslett: Only so much Redskins can do to stop Peyton Manning"


Even with that, perhaps making sure the back of his jersey is fairly dirty is a great way to make him pay.

Posted by: MistaMoe | October 16, 2010 8:48 AM | Report abuse

No post on how Devin Thomas plans to spend his bye week? Is Reid feeling ok?

Posted by: themantoyou | October 16, 2010 8:57 AM | Report abuse

How about sacking the crap out of him and knocking him out?

That's seemed to be an effective way to limit the last couple QBs we've faced.

Of course if that happens then the Skins will likely get fined b/c the cardinal guiding principle in the NFL is: "No one wants to watch Jim Sorgi play."

Posted by: p1funk | October 16, 2010 8:58 AM | Report abuse

"He's (PManning) the greatest QB to ever set foot in the NFL."


The men listed below take issue with this allegation:

Dan Marino

Joe Montana

Johnny Unitas

Tom Brady (has more rings in the same time frame)

Posted by: MistaMoe | October 16, 2010 8:59 AM | Report abuse

How about sacking the crap out of him and knocking him out?

Posted by: p1funk | October 16, 2010 8:58 AM

Manning has been sacked, but has he ever been knocked out? That guy has started every game for Indianapolis since 1998. His career QB rating is 96.4, and his rating for the first five games this year is 102.6. Peyton's the Man(ning).

Posted by: beep-beep | October 16, 2010 9:05 AM | Report abuse

SeedofChange.. LOL.

Do you seriously think he will fold?
We are talking about Peyton Manning here...
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How many SB does Manning have? ONE and in that SB run during 3 games his TD 3, INT 7. His DEFENSE won him the SB.

Manning can not take pressure like Favre. Put him on his back and he will fold.

Rothlesburger has 2 SB in much smaller time window because he has a great DEFENSE. Even Ripen has a SB, same as Manning, because he had a great defense.

Posted by: SeedofChange | October 16, 2010 9:08 AM | Report abuse

SeedofChange--

Dude, get out of here. We're not playing the Super Bowl Sunday. This is a regular season game.

Posted by: beep-beep | October 16, 2010 9:14 AM | Report abuse

How about sacking the crap out of him and knocking him out?

Posted by: p1funk | October 16, 2010 8:58 AM

Manning has been sacked, but has he ever been knocked out? That guy has started every game for Indianapolis since 1998. His career QB rating is 96.4, and his rating for the first five games this year is 102.6. Peyton's the Man(ning).

Posted by: beep-beep | October 16, 2010 9:05 AM | Report abuse


Ivan Drago is just a man, not a machine.

Posted by: p1funk | October 16, 2010 9:14 AM | Report abuse

Ivan Drago is just a man, not a machine.

Posted by: p1funk | October 16, 2010 9:14 AM

There you go, changing the subject. Ivan Drago is not playing Sunday. Has Peyton ever been knocked out of a game?

Posted by: beep-beep | October 16, 2010 9:19 AM | Report abuse

Posted by: p1funk | October 16, 2010 9:14 AM

There you go, changing the subject. Ivan Drago is not playing Sunday. Has Peyton ever been knocked out of a game?

Posted by: beep-beep | October 16, 2010 9:19 AM | Report abuse


You're right. It's hopeless. Peyton Manning is 10 feet tall. He shoots fireballs from his eyes and bolts of lightning from his arse.

And to answer your question: yes. Peyton Manning was once knocked out of a game and missed a snap b/c of a broken jaw.

So there.

Posted by: p1funk | October 16, 2010 9:26 AM | Report abuse

Peyton Manning is 10 feet tall. He shoots fireballs from his eyes and bolts of lightning from his arse.

Posted by: p1funk | October 16, 2010 9:26 AM

I'm not doubting you, but could you please cite your source for this? "Trust but verify."

Posted by: beep-beep | October 16, 2010 9:31 AM | Report abuse

Our quarterback ain't to shabby either!

Posted by: rickyroge | October 16, 2010 9:36 AM | Report abuse

Mr. Haslett,

You can start by not giving the receivers a ten yard cushion at the start of the play.

Jam them at the line and play them tight. Otherwise the quick dinks, dunks and slants are going to kill us.

Posted by: DrWho2 | October 16, 2010 9:38 AM | Report abuse

Mr. Haslett,

You can start by not giving the receivers a ten yard cushion at the start of the play.

Jam them at the line and play them tight. Otherwise the quick dinks, dunks and slants are going to kill us.

Posted by: DrWho2 | October 16, 2010 9:38 AM | Report abuse

I'm not doubting you, but could you please cite your source for this? "Trust but verify."

Posted by: beep-beep | October 16, 2010 9:31 AM | Report abuse


Florio

Posted by: p1funk | October 16, 2010 9:40 AM | Report abuse

Man it sounds like haslett is basically saying, "yeah our defense won't be able to do **** against manning.. Way to have faith haslett

Posted by: SteveOman | October 16, 2010 9:41 AM | Report abuse

LMAO, funk. Florio's credible. Just as long as it's not BeantownGreg.

Posted by: beep-beep | October 16, 2010 9:44 AM | Report abuse

Haslett is saying what he needs to say.

What's ticking me off is that I'm started to read "analysts" who think they are being sexy by picking the Skins to win this game.

No one ever picks us to win jack, except against the Rams and we all saw how that turned out.

I'd much rather be going into this game with folks stumping the unanimous opinion that Manning is going to shoot up the scene like a Blackwater security team in a Baghdad marketplace - that way we can play the "disrespect" card.

Posted by: p1funk | October 16, 2010 9:47 AM | Report abuse

Establish running game to dominate time of possession thereby keeping Supermanning off the field. I think that's our best shot. I don't think we want to get involved in a shootout. Then again, their receiving corps. appears to be a bit beat up.

Posted by: HTTR | October 16, 2010 9:51 AM | Report abuse

They've got a number of skill players coming in with "questionable" tags.

Collie, Garcon, Addai, Brown.


Laron, you know what to do...

Posted by: p1funk | October 16, 2010 10:13 AM | Report abuse

I know she doesn't have many friends on this blog, but you folks should read the Jenkins column...really good stuff about how our roster is turning more into a bunch of scrappers and low draft choices instead of the high-dollar prima donnas we've seen the last decade. You know...the stuff our 3 Lombardis were built on...

Posted by: brownwood26 | October 16, 2010 10:16 AM | Report abuse

"You're not going to go out and trick him," Haslett said. "You're not going to go out and try to disguise."

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This is gamesmanship. Of course they will disguise and trick especially with blitz packages, with linebackers and safeties holding their water until the last possible second.

Posted by: daglaw | October 16, 2010 10:24 AM | Report abuse

The best defense is a good offense. Keep Peyton on the sideline!! RUN THE BALL. At least 30+ times.

Posted by: rachel216 | October 16, 2010 10:28 AM | Report abuse

Anyone happen to know Shanahan's record against Peyton(Head Games)Manning?

Posted by: Spanglerg | October 16, 2010 10:32 AM | Report abuse

Jenkins was a surprisingly ok read. Hope that Darrell Young gets his shot and plays well. Natural replacement for Sellers. Makes it easy to understand why Devin Thomas is no longer here as well.

Posted by: ToddStinkston | October 16, 2010 10:34 AM | Report abuse

Anyone happen to know Shanahan's record against Peyton(Head Games)Manning?

Posted by: Spanglerg

"Manning has a 6-2 record against Shanahan’s teams. In two playoff demolitions of Shanny’s Broncos, Manning threw 16 TD against only 2 Int."

SHIIIIT

Posted by: rachel216 | October 16, 2010 10:38 AM | Report abuse

Anyone happen to know Shanahan's record against Peyton(Head Games)Manning?

Posted by: Spanglerg | October 16, 2010 10:32 AM |

Looks like 2-4 including 3 losses in the playoffs.

Posted by: Flounder21 | October 16, 2010 10:41 AM | Report abuse

hmmm.. wtf.. how did he throw 16 TD in 2 games, that's humanly impossible. I think that's wrong.

Posted by: rachel216 | October 16, 2010 10:42 AM | Report abuse

I weesh to mock at thees Payton.

Named after Walter Payton, yess?

But is WHITE!

Ha ha ha ha, silly Payton father!

Posted by: farstriker | October 16, 2010 10:47 AM | Report abuse

I think he means 6...

Posted by: crzyvgs | October 16, 2010 11:00 AM | Report abuse

Peyton's one of the all time best, no doubt, but the rest of the Colts seem to be even more mediocre than normal. They are beatable, and maybe Peyton's learning that fireballing through the regular season doesn't mean squat, its the post-season that ultimately counts. Just get in, then turn it on. Seems to be the new m.o. for many teams in the NFL, MLB, NHL.

Posted by: skinpig | October 16, 2010 11:09 AM | Report abuse

Peyton may not be the best ever but he is certainly the best QB to have ever played for the Colts.

Posted by: PowerBoater69 | October 16, 2010 11:36 AM | Report abuse

Peyton may not be the best ever but he is certainly the best QB to have ever played for the Colts.

Posted by: PowerBoater69 | October 16, 2010 11:36 AM |

Johnny U might disagree with you.

Posted by: Flounder21 | October 16, 2010 11:43 AM | Report abuse

You don't beat Peyton, you beat his receivers.

...into the ground.

Posted by: edvar | October 16, 2010 12:06 PM | Report abuse

Manning is most remarkable among QBs because of the extent to which he's actually calling his own plays. It's an unusual degree of freedom that Indy gives him. You can actually fool him (as Haslett knows) but if you don't, he'll find the weak spot in your coverage and punish you.

The best way to beat Indy is to punish their defense.

Posted by: Samson151 | October 16, 2010 12:24 PM | Report abuse

I think our d will out fight the colts o.

Jam the recievers, give manning no time, have osackpo meet manning in the backfield.

On offense we gotta stop mathis n freeney.

I say 17 -13 skins

Posted by: brandon_in_cali | October 16, 2010 12:26 PM | Report abuse

Aaa, Jay-Z was providing a service..225 lbs. in ten years?? Organic pain killer for ten blocks of Harlem's old peeps...They'll pour in crack and heroin , now- " Welll, looks like we won't be able to send all you poor n*ggers to war for another ten years, so we'll just pour our hard drugs into your neighborhoods to make up the loss, lockup and felonize your youths, kill a bunch more, DEAL with it!!"

Drop the bomb on the Colts, PLAY ONE, to set up future invasions of the running game..

LEGALIZE HUMANITY!!!

Posted by: frak | October 16, 2010 12:50 PM | Report abuse

beep Shanny slurps banks beep

Posted by: RomoLongballs | October 16, 2010 1:00 PM | Report abuse

There really are two keys to beating Manning and the Colts, and thankfully, the 'Skins are pretty good at both.

1. Getting pressure with the front 4 and not having to blitz. Running a 3-4 defense, that basically means just sending 1 more rusher from anywhere, and dropping 7 back into coverage. The pressure package of Orakpo, Carriker, Daniels and V. Holliday will be able to put some heat on Manning. Even if you can't get there before he throws, if they can knock him on his back a half-dozen times during the first half, he'll get frustrated and start forcing things.
For those of you that look at Shanahan's history vs Indy, keep one thing in mind. Shanahan doesn't call the defensive plays, and he's never played a 3-4 defense vs Manning. New England and San Diego both have played Manning very well, and they both run the 3-4, like Haslett. So history doesn't really come into play here.

2. Limit the number of possessions in the game. Two ways to do that. Run the ball well and use the short inside passing game. They're good at both, and getting better. Torain doesn't have to run for 230, but 115 would be nice. McNabb doesn't have to pass for 300 yards, but a high comp % and short passes will keep the clock running. Versus Houston, they only had 1 possession in the 3rd quarter while trailing. Houston had two 6-8 minute drives and scored on both. And Manning only had 1 possession in the entire period. It's hard to come back when you can't get the ball.

Shanahan's zone-blocking scheme works well vs the Colts. In '03 Denver racked up 227 yards on 54 carries and Plummer was 14-17 for 238 and Denver won easily. No big plays by Denver, no returns for td's, long td's passes or anything. Just long drives.

The key is, that running game combined with the high % passes limited Manning to 35 offensive plays while Denver ran 71 offensive plays. Shanahan knows how to beat Indy, it's just a matter of having the right pieces in place to execute the game plan.

Posted by: millertime3852 | October 16, 2010 1:10 PM | Report abuse

Seriously Haslett, enough with lowering expectations, preaching to the faithfully disappointed

Posted by: needs_a_proper_handle | October 16, 2010 1:38 PM | Report abuse

Do you think Haslett will still have the c*m on his face Sunday night? He may not want to wash it off.

Posted by: bostskin | October 16, 2010 2:49 PM | Report abuse

Johnny U might disagree with you.

Posted by: Flounder21 | October 16, 2010 11:43 AM | Report abuse

Unitas was a big star when there were about a third of as many teams in the league, if he were around today he'd be a heck of a player, but not near Manning's level.

Posted by: PowerBoater69 | October 16, 2010 2:57 PM | Report abuse

As Colts fan, I'll say that millertime3852 is on the money in every respect. Yes, you can beat the Colts exactly as he has described.

Pretty much the only time the Colts have lost since mid-2003 is when: 1)playing against a team with a great 3-4 defense and a good running game, 2)when caught in a bloodbath by the occasional division rival 3)when the Colts are overrun with injuries - like they are right now.

Peyton's post-season record has nothing to do with choking (an absurd and ignorant suggestion). He is 9-6 in the post-season since 2003, with 5 of those loses against the Patriots, Steelers, and Chargers - all of whom met criteria #1 perfectly (Neither Brady or Rothlesberger had much to do with it). Denver didn't match up well with the Colts. Neither did the Eagles when McNab faced the Colts previously. His mobility is less of a factor against the Colts fast defense.

Contrary to popular believe, the Colts have tons of talent beside Peyton. Right now, however, a high % of their skill position players (top 3 running backs and 3 of 4 top receivers) are injured. They are also missing 4 DBs and possibly a couple of linebackers. Their O-line is an inconsistent mess, and they've been incredibly inconsistent playing the run.

Make the Colts run the ball with an injured Joseph Adaii (or with Edgerin Jame's less talented cousin whom they just pulled off the practice squad). Drop as many men in coverage as you can and let your fastest DE try to run around RT all day (last week was ugly in that regard). Peyton's been hit a lot this year, and it impacts his decisions. Last week was one of the worst I've seen from him. Everything was out of sync. (Of course they still won). Run the ball repeatedly to shorten the game. As soon as you shift into "hurry up" mode you are done. Freeney and Mathis will chase down McNab and knock the ball lose. Doesn't work.

In other words, this is a good week to play the Colts. Anything can happen. I can tell you, however, that Peyton almost always finds a way to win the close ones - and if you don't happen to meet the criteria I've mentioned, there is a good chance he will pick you apart. I don't know much about the Redskins. If they have the defensive pieces it will be a good game.

Posted by: MikeC18 | October 16, 2010 3:48 PM | Report abuse

As Colts fan, I'll say that millertime3852 is on the money in every respect. Yes, you can beat the Colts exactly as he has described.

Pretty much the only time the Colts have lost since mid-2003 is when: 1)playing against a team with a great 3-4 defense and a good running game, 2)when caught in a bloodbath by the occasional division rival 3)when the Colts are overrun with injuries - like they are right now.

Peyton's post-season record has nothing to do with choking (an absurd and ignorant suggestion). He is 9-6 in the post-season since 2003, with 5 of those loses against the Patriots, Steelers, and Chargers - all of whom met criteria #1 perfectly (Neither Brady or Rothlesberger had much to do with it). Denver didn't match up well with the Colts. Neither did the Eagles when McNab faced the Colts previously. His mobility is less of a factor against the Colts fast defense.

Contrary to popular believe, the Colts have tons of talent beside Peyton. Right now, however, a high % of their skill position players (top 3 running backs and 3 of 4 top receivers) are injured. They are also missing 4 DBs and possibly a couple of linebackers. Their O-line is an inconsistent mess, and they've been incredibly inconsistent playing the run.

Make the Colts run the ball with an injured Joseph Adaii (or with Edgerin Jame's less talented cousin whom they just pulled off the practice squad). Drop as many men in coverage as you can and let your fastest DE try to run around RT all day (last week was ugly in that regard). Peyton's been hit a lot this year, and it impacts his decisions. Last week was one of the worst I've seen from him. Everything was out of sync. (Of course they still won). Run the ball repeatedly to shorten the game. As soon as you shift into "hurry up" mode you are done. Freeney and Mathis will chase down McNab and knock the ball lose. Doesn't work.

In other words, this is a good week to play the Colts. Anything can happen. I can tell you, however, that Peyton almost always finds a way to win the close ones - and if you don't happen to meet the criteria I've mentioned, there is a good chance he will pick you apart. I don't know much about the Redskins. If they have the defensive pieces it will be a good game.

Posted by: MikeC18 | October 16, 2010 3:50 PM | Report abuse

Sorry for the duplicate. New to this site, and the first message froze. Is that typical?

Posted by: MikeC18 | October 16, 2010 3:54 PM | Report abuse

Thanks for the props Mike. I've seen Manning pick apart Denver more times than not, but the 'Skins are a lot different than the Broncos...especially on defense. Shanahan's record vs the Colts when he was in Denver is 2-4, but most don't remember that one of Denver's losses was on a last second, 54 yard fg in which Manning drove the team down in less than a minute to win it. One incompletion on that drive and Shanahan's 3-3 vs Manning, which is about as well as anyone in the league has fared against him.

Manning's my fav player in the league, and I think the greatest of all time, but Shanahan's my fav coach in the league. I'd love to see Shanahan pull out the win knowing that the Colts are going to finish no worse than 11-5 even with a loss tomorrow. The Skins win tomorrow and they have a chance to become a runaway locomotive in the NFC East. That, I'd love.

Posted by: millertime3852 | October 16, 2010 3:59 PM | Report abuse

manning is long overrated a chump that ducks and can't take a hit he has been provided with many receivers his entire career he is not even better (athlete) than his father put a couple of hits on him and he will throw the ball up for grabs or just knock him out of the game before he cowers to the ground from pressure check out his play-off record if colts did not play good defense late in the season and on to the SB(against bears) he would NOT have a ring.

Posted by: wathu19 | October 16, 2010 6:11 PM | Report abuse

Wow wathu, a tad extreme don't you think? First of all 'can't take a hit'...really? And qb's are given props for taking hits in your world? I take it you're not an NFL coach. A qb that 'can't take a hit' is a head coaches' dream. He doesn't take hits because he gets rid of the ball quicker than anyone in the game, by far.

Next, 'he is not even better (athlete) than his father'...And your point is? Is Tom Brady considered a great athlete? Joe Montana a great athlete? Dan 'the statue' Marino? Manning's not that type of qb, bottom line. He doesn't have the legs that McNabb, Rodgers or Cutler have so he knows that he has to be quicker and smarter in other areas, which he is. Rodgers is twice the athlete that Manning is and I guarantee you he can't get the ball out of his hands quicker than Manning. What do you want Manning to do, play cb on the defensive side of the ball?

Posted by: millertime3852 | October 16, 2010 6:50 PM | Report abuse

Wow wathu, a tad extreme don't you think? First of all 'can't take a hit'...really? And qb's are given props for taking hits in your world? I take it you're not an NFL coach. A qb that 'can't take a hit' is a head coaches' dream. He doesn't take hits because he gets rid of the ball quicker than anyone in the game, by far.

Next, 'he is not even better (athlete) than his father'...And your point is? Is Tom Brady considered a great athlete? Joe Montana a great athlete? Dan 'the statue' Marino? Manning's not that type of qb, bottom line. He doesn't have the legs that McNabb, Rodgers or Cutler have so he knows that he has to be quicker and smarter in other areas, which he is. Rodgers is twice the athlete that Manning is and I guarantee you he can't get the ball out of his hands quicker than Manning. What do you want Manning to do, play cb on the defensive side of the ball?

Let me put it to you this way:

John Elway, great athlete, 2 sb wins.
Steve Young, great athlete, 1 sb win.
Brett Favre, great athlete, 1 sb win.
Fran Tarkenton, great athlete, 0 sb wins.

Those are the 4 greatest qbs of all-time that use their athleticism to help them play the position. 4 sb wins in about 65 years in the NFL.

The other side, the non-athletes:

Dan Marino, 0 wins
Joe Montana, 4 wins
Tom Brady, 3 wins
Troy Aikman, 3 wins
Peyton Manning, 1 win

So you're about 11 sb wins in about 65 years in the NFL.

It's not about being an athlete when you're the qb.

Michael Vick is hands down the greatest athlete to ever play the qb position...I'm thinking that's enough said.

Posted by: millertime3852 | October 16, 2010 6:57 PM | Report abuse

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