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PostPosted: Thu Oct 17, 2013 11:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Interesting talking to Bengals guys on D, who say the play Brady ran to beat the Saints was the same one Pacman picked off a week earlier.


Difference being: it wasn't a monsoon out there this past Sunday.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 17, 2013 11:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Interesting talking to Bengals guys on D, who say the play Brady ran to beat the Saints was the same one Pacman picked off a week earlier.


Difference being: it wasn't a monsoon out there this past Sunday.


And it stopped right after the interception.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 17, 2013 12:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Interesting talking to Bengals guys on D, who say the play Brady ran to beat the Saints was the same one Pacman picked off a week earlier.


What, 4 guys running towards the end zone? Laughing Belichick basically called it a Hail Mary in his breakdown.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 17, 2013 2:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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NinjaZX6R wrote:
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Interesting talking to Bengals guys on D, who say the play Brady ran to beat the Saints was the same one Pacman picked off a week earlier.


What, 4 guys running towards the end zone? Laughing Belichick basically called it a Hail Mary in his breakdown.


It was. 4 verticals with one checkdown and the checkdown is not getting the ball with 10 seconds left.

You'd think we might have something more creative for those situations than "GO DEEP"
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 17, 2013 2:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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finn54 wrote:
NinjaZX6R wrote:
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Interesting talking to Bengals guys on D, who say the play Brady ran to beat the Saints was the same one Pacman picked off a week earlier.


What, 4 guys running towards the end zone? Laughing Belichick basically called it a Hail Mary in his breakdown.


It was. 4 verticals with one checkdown and the checkdown is not getting the ball with 10 seconds left.

You'd think we might have something more creative for those situations than "GO DEEP"


Not really though when you think about it. They know we have to go to the end zone, so the routes they're gonna double will be the ones we run to the end zone. There's no use running posts or fades as they'll likely run into other receivers and thus other defenders. The simplest way (4 go routes) I'd argue is actually the most effective as it gives Brady time to see where single coverage is and take his best shot from there. They'd gone to Edelman over the middle twice before, so the Saints doubled down on those routes, leaving Kenbrell and Dobson in 1v1 on the outsides. Brady saw it, threw a perfect ball, ballgame.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 17, 2013 2:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I love how Breer thinks that some sort of scoop.
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dhunt2402 wrote:
Troy Brown wrote:
finn54 wrote:
NinjaZX6R wrote:
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‏@AlbertBreer 28s
Interesting talking to Bengals guys on D, who say the play Brady ran to beat the Saints was the same one Pacman picked off a week earlier.


What, 4 guys running towards the end zone? Laughing Belichick basically called it a Hail Mary in his breakdown.


It was. 4 verticals with one checkdown and the checkdown is not getting the ball with 10 seconds left.

You'd think we might have something more creative for those situations than "GO DEEP"


Not really though when you think about it. They know we have to go to the end zone, so the routes they're gonna double will be the ones we run to the end zone. There's no use running posts or fades as they'll likely run into other receivers and thus other defenders. The simplest way (4 go routes) I'd argue is actually the most effective as it gives Brady time to see where single coverage is and take his best shot from there. They'd gone to Edelman over the middle twice before, so the Saints doubled down on those routes, leaving Kenbrell and Dobson in 1v1 on the outsides. Brady saw it, threw a perfect ball, ballgame.


We were closer, though, than on the Edelman attempts. At any rate, it worked well enough to delay the safety on coming over so I shouldn't be complaining. Maybe Gronk on the field changes the play attempt but with 4 WRs, you're likely right.
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For those of you with the irrational thoughts on McDaniels, the game winning drive had everything to do with his orchestrating. Refer to NFL Network's 'AFC Playbook.'
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For those of you with the irrational thoughts on McDaniels, the game winning drive had everything to do with his orchestrating. Refer to NFL Network's 'AFC Playbook.'


His instructions seemed particularly vague though.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2013 3:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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For those of you with the irrational thoughts on McDaniels, the game winning drive had everything to do with his orchestrating. Refer to NFL Network's 'AFC Playbook.'


I think everyone's main gripe with McDaniels is his seemingly incomprehensible inconsistencies.

Some games he will look like one of the best in the game, and then at other times he will call 3 running plays from the 10 yard line...
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