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I've been MIA since I was watching the skins game. But I think you do need somewhat of a run for PA. I noticed that in the latter years of the Manning era, the deep ball off PA was not as open anymore
So will Luck in the shotgun help them delude themselves into believing that the offense works or will it make them change? I guess that's the question of the year.
Eleven play action plays? I wonder why they didn't call that more. And on that, as far as I can tell you don't even really need a good running game to run play action.
Maybe the Colts knew they didn't have a an answer to Pryor and they called ed a ton of runs to keep him on the bench. Youy know, Jag-ball
I'm afraid too, but do you think all the running might have been a conservative game plan tailored to the Raiders?
I agree with you about the Manning offense Greg, but there is a narrative out there that the Manning offense can't win superbowls and it seems the Colt's management has bought into it. As absurd as it is that seems to be the case this year.
I know im looking way ahead, but i think the Colts should take a receiver in next years draft if that player is the BPA
yeah but thats why. you blitz the edges while challenging the oakland receivers. make pryor think quickly
This... the ability to see that your game plan isn't working and changing it is kinda important in the nfl
The coaches looked that they didn't even prepared to this game, they knew pryor's goal was to run a read option and run more often than throw. However they didn't even tried to contain him in the pocket.
As you guys mentioned yesterday, the predictability of the offense and the lack of mixing it up is slowing down this team
Watching the redskins game and I can't help but laugh! Where is this RG3 is the chosen one talk now? He looks utterly pathetic out there
@RobertItoh NOODLE ARM!!!!
@hankster Imma talk about this, so yes, in a way.
@naptown_ninja Bob Sanders-level violence.
@RobertItoh I couldn't agree more. Wayne is awesome, but not immortal and he still doesn't have any kind of successor. That said I see this FO taking another lineman.
@RobertItoh WR or OLB
@naptown_ninja Verner or Mathis is it, really. We have to hope Verner develops
@GregC @naptown_ninja Greg, in that sense, what do you think of the coaching staff´s use of Werner? Because apparently, what they´re asking of him right now (the other responsibilities of an OLB, besides pass rushing) is a bit too complicated for him at the moment. Wouldn´t it be more useful to put him in a position where he can tee off on the QB first and foremost?