PCP63

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  1. Meh, I think the struggles on 3rd and long are overstated. There's nothing normal NFL teams do on 3rd that any other offense can't do. Also, completely agree with second paragraph.
  2. The big thing with offenses like the flexbone is that people say that bigger and faster NFL players will ruin it. Not taking into consideration that those offenses are run successfully by physically INFERIOR teams, and also that, at the NFL level, the offensive players will be faster and bigger as well. Then people mention the whole QB getting hurt thing. Honestly, you don't need a stud at QB in a flexbone offense with the right coaching and scheme. I mean, the only real solution teams have found to stop great option schemes if to just hit the QB hard and hope to hurt him. First off, option Abs are taught better than most QBs to absorb hits better. But also, hitting the QB hard every play leaves wide-open cutback lanes that lead to easy TDs. One thing I love is when coaches try to scrape exchange. May work a couple of times, but when you show your hand, and the QB audibles to a wham, you leave a wide-open hole down the middle. You can also have a second player tracking the LB (look up "Coach Vint" in Google), and you can also have the OT block anything that crosses his face for guys that try to wrong-arm the wham. Just a game of who has the chalk last, but plenty of ways option teams could counter NFL defenses.
  3. I just wish one team (hopefully the Jets) can find success by bucking the trendy new QB-centric offense. I want to see a team really go off the wall and run some flexbone. Not even joking. I'd pay good money for a 5-year experiment with a coach like Paul Johnson at the helm.
  4. And I thought I was special just for telling teammates when it was a run or pass, lol. Nevermind the actual play itself.
  5. I had to defend the honor of veterans, lol...
  6. Wow, who would have thought that the kid was good all along, just needed some reps? Oh wait. I have an entire like 100 page thread where people are hating on me for supporting Hack. Hope they eat their words.
  7. Would be stupid to suggest someone who doesn't isn't a real fan. I follow them religiously, but have never been to a game before. I live far away, and don't have the money or time off work to go see games.
  8. Source of those quotes? Got it. "Anonymous".
  9. Quit being a baby. It was the best move for the team. The NFL is a business.
  10. I agree with the Decker and Harris moves. But Smith on a rebuilding team, where we have young receivers that need playing time in a garbage year? Fire Mac. First time I said that. And I like Smith, for what it's worth.
  11. The should've done it earlier, but Harris was old and slow. One of my favorite Jets, but we don't need him on a rebuilding team. Give the young guys some playing time.
  12. Tom Brady was drafted in the 6th round. Ryan Leaf was drafted #2 overall. Someone's previous draft position means NOTHING.
  13. I like the idea. Let's be honest, half the big-name college guys are wasting their time at college, studying BS majors, and getting preferential grading anyways.
  14. Most retarded post of the day.