Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Originally posted by NinerGM:
Not true simply because you say it isn't? This is the problem here. You have your own set of "facts". And the assumption is made that simply because a WR is running a "route" he's available and not a decoy or clearing out. On the first possession, you can track the QBs eyes all the way - it was a one read throw and if the CB jammed, but it's pretty easy to tell pre-snap if Q is going to be jammed at the LOS - no? This is what I mean. Your quick determination of "available receiving options" IMHO, is just flawed.
No. Watch how close the CB is. He is showing that he can easily jam. You can see the OLB just 3 possible steps away from clogging the slant lane. If Kaep sees either a good jam or the OLB coming in, he HAS to look for... yep, you guess it... another available target. If something is flawed, be specific and we can deal with it together. Be my guest.
No. You're wrong here bud. Sorry. I watching where the CB is and there's more than enough room to run a slant here - which is what happened. And understand how much spacing is needed to run an effective slant is as specific as anyone needs to get right?
[ Edited by NinerGM on Nov 11, 2013 at 10:42 AM ]