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DId the Giants steal a play from us?

Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by icyhot, Nov 21, 2005.

  1. icyhot

    icyhot Member

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    The touchdown pass to Burress was the same route Glenn used to score the touchdown against the Eagles. It was bought to my attention from Chris Burman.
     
  2. Zman5

    Zman5 Well-Known Member

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    They probably did and we probably "stole" it from someone else. NFL is a copy cat league.
     
  3. fldude2k1

    fldude2k1 Member

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    Well that the secret to the Eagles CBs. They liked to jump those slants and pick em last year. The league has figured that out and does a lot of double move routes on them.
     
  4. dallasblue05

    dallasblue05 New Member

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    I sent out a Top Secret email to all the coaches at the beginnning of the year and told them what you just said, you must have read it.......:rolleyes:

    It wasnt really a secret, there just wasnt enough offensive talent in the NFC to play with the Eagles last year. and everyone knows when their offense does well and keeps their D off the field, their D is less likely to be exposed!
     
  5. Muhast

    Muhast Newo

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    Don't forget our o-coord is Payton. Who used to be THEIR o-coord. I'm sure he had that play back then, and they kept it around
     
  6. Uh-Oh

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    It was a copycat. I wonder if anyone else will use that on Sheldon Brown?
     

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