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Andrew Luck's hard count

He's earned about 4 or 5 first downs for Indy today just by utilizing that loud ass hard count over and over. At one point literally the entire Texans defensive line jumped off sides. I really wish this is something that the 49ers could utilize, it has backed off that aggressive Texans pass rush and Luck has had at least some time to throw considering how crappy his OL really is.
Smith rocked the hard count quite effectively last year.
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Smith rocked the hard count quite effectively last year.

Yep, he did that well last year. This year Alex wasn't doing it as much because I think we were audibling so much and getting set with all our formations. Wasn't really time to do that when we are just getting set with 1-2 seconds left and snapping it. Kap has to work on the play clock and audibles before he can do that stuff.
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Dec 30, 2012 at 1:11 PM ]
At first glance i read "Andrew Lucks hard cock"

Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
At first glance i read "Andrew Lucks hard cock"


why on earth would you reveal that to us.
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
At first glance i read "Andrew Lucks hard cock"


Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
At first glance i read "Andrew Lucks hard cock"


Lmfaooooo
Kap is doing it today but it he is able to because they are getting to the line and not shifting with 2 seconds left.
Indy's fans are the quietest when their team is on offense in all of the NFL imo.
that td throw luck made on 3rd and long to ty hilton was impressive
Smith is better at the snap count and Hand audibles than Kaep.

Kaep needs to fix that expecially if we go into ATL
Originally posted by TonyStarks:
Smith is better at the snap count and Hand audibles than Kaep.

Kaep needs to fix that expecially if we go into ATL

Which has what to do with Andrew Luck?
Originally posted by Gore_21:
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Smith rocked the hard count quite effectively last year.

Yep, he did that well last year. This year Alex wasn't doing it as much because I think we were audibling so much and getting set with all our formations. Wasn't really time to do that when we are just getting set with 1-2 seconds left and snapping it. Kap has to work on the play clock and audibles before he can do that stuff.

I didn't catch all our games this year... but I just realized we didn't do those crazy shift offsides like last year? like when the TE (I think it might have been Peele) shifted back about a foot which would cause the DL to jump even though it was a valid shift?
[ Edited by Milkman on Jan 1, 2013 at 3:39 AM ]