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There might only be 3 or 4 good O-lines in NFL

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Vinnie2u, Jan 5, 2013.

  1. cml750

    cml750 Well-Known Member

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    And when the defense does this over 60% of the time, it is up to the OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR / PLAY CALLER to adjust the play calling to slow them down.
  2. burmafrd

    burmafrd Well-Known Member

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    OP has a history of not wanting to put any resources into O line. Just trying to justify it
  3. mahoneybill

    mahoneybill Active Member

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    So true. Brady stands there and waits for an open lane to throw into.

    Very rarely is he flushed out of his comfort zone
  4. CyberB0b

    CyberB0b Well-Known Member

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    The problem with the Cowboys is that we have 4 guys who probably don't start on any other team in the league.
  5. jnday

    jnday Well-Known Member

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    We need to draft more CBs, RBs and WRs.
  6. visionary

    visionary Well-Known Member

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    A bad ol and a bad OC is killer combination

    We have been unlucky enough to experience this for a few years now
  7. CATCH17

    CATCH17 1st Round Pick

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    New England uses a quick passing game. Blitz them and you'll pay.

    Dallas runs long routes regardless and ever since Garrett has been here not all the receivers know how to adjust to the blitz,

    We're a poorly coached team and have been for awhile.
  8. Vinnie2u

    Vinnie2u Well-Known Member

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    I agree. With Dez and Demarco would be deadly in a west coast offense. A good coach adapts his system to his personnel.
  9. Idgit

    Idgit Ice up, son. Ice up! Staff Member

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    What makes you say we 'run long routes regardless'? And what's that supposed to mean, exactly?

    And what makes you say our receivers don't know how to adjust to the blitz? How, exactly, is it you think the team moves the ball at all?

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