Originally posted by mkmasn:
I'd like us to gameplan against our opponents weaknesses and then continue to exploit those weaknesses through a well executed gameplan.
Oops, we're already doing that.
I find it funny that we incorporate the Wildcat when we play against a team that runs the Wildcat. You'd think that a team that runs it would be better at stopping it than a team that doesn't. Oh well, that's why the NFL doesn't pay me.
I thought the wildcat was when the QB split out wide or leaves the field, and the RB takes the snap? Kaep is just playing QB with plays designed to take advantage of his skill set. Cam Newton and RG3 aren't running the wildcat, neither is Kaep...right?
edit*** Just saw the last page... Apparently Im not the only one annoyed by calling this wildcat.
[ Edited by notsoempty86 on Oct 1, 2012 at 2:01 PM ]
Originally posted by Wubbie:
I'm interested in this showing up for a couple times in a game, but as everyone says, it's a very limited style of offense.
I wonder if they have a package where both Alex AND Kaep are in the play. People don't remember this, but Alex Smith, can run the option as well, and it really gives teams something to think about.
ACTUALLY Yesterday there was a play call that no one is talking about. Right before the Jets took one of their timeouts (second half I believe but i could be wrong) I saw number 7 at the bottom of my screen lined up at the wr.. and Alex going under center. The Jets called a time out. When we came back from commercial break it was a different package on the field. BUT I wonder what the play originally was suppose to be...
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