Originally Posted by Bluestang
Even with the guys we have now, running east/west is still taking a long time to develop.
I agree. I don't see crossing patterns as being very realistic at least consistently. I haven't looked at the All 22 since our first game but I suspect teams are taking away the inside slants since we run that so well. Austin has made some hay with deep slants or digs (or are they wheels) if you will but that hasn't been real reliable either. And teams are teeing off on the swing passes and bubbles so that leaves Witten underneath for the most part.
The lack of a running game, deep routes and outside speed and the above is killing us. Add poor route running by two of the four receivers and you got problems.
What have those two drives with the hurry up and no huddle consisted of route wise and why were they successful. I'm betting you've looked at the film.
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