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  1. I don't doubt it. I imagine the idea is to see how the other team intends to play you, see what is working, and use that data as a baseline during the game (except the D change change its approach as well making that script data useless). Problem is if sh*t ain't working you need to see that faster than two+ quarters later, or whenever you get through your script (an excuse for early failure), and make immediate changes. This isn't rocket science despite people trying to make it out to be for whatever reason (generally media driven hype).
  2. Scripted plays are for preseason at best. Never liked the practice as I doubt it's effectiveness. You can watch how the other guys on D react without a scripted play. Unless LaFleur gets better real soon he has nepotism written all over him.
  3. For the same reason people watch NASCAR. They're waiting for a wreck, and they love other people's misery as it makes theirs seem less important.
  4. That hilarious moment when on SNF J.A. tells everyone "I'm the best in the nation" at which point the broadcast then goes on to tell us all how much the Seahawks D has fallen off from their former no so long ago glorious past, and how this Seahawks D is now getting shredded each week. Bitches talk sh*t.
  5. Here's why. Positions, particularly coveted positions, are often more a condition of networking than merit. Add in the fact that by definition most people are average, and it should be no surprise why there are seemingly few winners, along with lots of losers in every field.
  6. “No, I did not,” Revis said plainly, with a laugh. “You know, I'm happy for the grind and the hustle of winning Super Bowl 49, but you know waking up every day and walking into the facility and having to deal with the tension, you see why they've been to ten Super Bowls. You see the hustle and the grind of it, but at the end of the day, there's other philosophies to win and it doesn't have to be that way.” There are always other ways. Some are just more effective than others. (Brady was probably 90% of it though) As pro athletes it should be a professional atmosphere. It's why some teams
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