fake end around to VD who sets up and launches an 80 yard bomb to crabtree then gets down field and knocks all the DBs down before crabtree catches it in the endzone untouched
Originally posted by stepnez:slants and double moves
Originally posted by Envy:
More slants. Worked for 80!
Originally posted by oregonniner:
Joe Haden and company are actually a pretty good secondary. They're probably not that bad against the run if their overall defense is number 4. I do think that the offense will run the ball a lot and pass enough to keep them honest. Of course I didn't see us running right at Sue the way we did, so who knows what these guys will come up with.
The way the Browns churned out 6 points last week, I am curious to see if our defense really goes after them.
Originally posted by HearstFan:
There are other motivations for putting wrinkles in a game plan instead of keeping everything close to the chest:
1. Keep players excited about the game plan
2. Work on something you want to threaten in the next game
3. Force your next opponent to game plan certain plays
For example, if Soap runs in a short yardage situation and picks up the yard, in future similar plays the linebacker is more likely to attack Soap, which makes it easier for Soap to block him and opens another area up, and the safety will likely cheat down on the play more. Both things set up another play to exploit that tendency if they see it later. If Soap throws the ball downfield, when he is on the field, the safety would then have to stay deeper, keeping him out of run support.
My point is, you don't just show wrinkles for this game, you show them to set-up later opponents as well.
Originally posted by VA49er:60 yard TD pass. Straight up drop back and throw.