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I smell fear...

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I'm not sure if it's because they don't want to get in to it too early, but no sports talk radio station here (NYC) is hyping the game yet. Occasionally there will be an update Re Jacobs' status, but as far as matchup goes, zilch.

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how do you take away smith and d-will? (better phrased, how do you stop both our passing game and our running game. right now you can't. you try and do one and the other will slice you up. d-will/stewart in one hand and smitty/moose in the other and in the middle some crazy cajun yelling at everyone. scary. very scary indeed.

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If you on the huddle, and not a division rival, you're a secret Panthers fan ph34r.gif

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We match up very well versus the Giants, even before their two offensive players were out. That dline is still very aggressive especially with blitzing LB's. What I noticed was most successful for the Cowboys, is something we do not do, which is run screens to the backs with success. The flats were wide open on their blitzes, and I hope we incorporate that some in our gameplan, especially since the Giants wont have any game tape of us doing that.

All I know is that little, I guess you would call it a screen, to Smith where Moose got probably the best run block by a receiver I have ever seen, worked out pretty well. I was like "we have a offensive lineman playing WR". Heck how many offensive linemen have you seen that can tie up two defenders at once?

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All I know is that little, I guess you would call it a screen, to Smith where Moose got probably the best run block by a receiver I have ever seen, worked out pretty well. I was like "we have a offensive lineman playing WR". Heck how many offensive linemen have you seen that can tie up two defenders at once?

Moose is an incredible down field blocker, but we have to agree that it was an incredibly remarkable play that won't be repeated soon. We are notoriously bad at screens and definitely need to get better...

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Moose is an incredible down field blocker, but we have to agree that it was an incredibly remarkable play that won't be repeated soon. We are notoriously bad at screens and definitely need to get better...

I agree.

We need more of those double reverse handoff's and things like that tho.. those seem to work pretty well.

Like we tried that look again later in the game, and they bit on the smitty thing thing... and Stewart went up the gut for a few more (I do beleive)

That flea flicker seems to work out ok that what..2-3 times we've used it this season?

A couple trick plays.. more play action... and maybe a mid drive no huddle shotgun approach to put teh Defense on their heels.. or have them burn time outs... I think would be a good idea.

:willy_nilly:

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I agree.

We need more of those double reverse handoff's and things like that tho.. those seem to work pretty well.

Like we tried that look again later in the game, and they bit on the smitty thing thing... and Stewart went up the gut for a few more (I do beleive)

That flea flicker seems to work out ok that what..2-3 times we've used it this season?

A couple trick plays.. more play action... and maybe a mid drive no huddle shotgun approach to put teh Defense on their heels.. or have them burn time outs... I think would be a good idea.

:willy_nilly:

And I agree. Reverses and flat passes to Smitty seem to work fine. But classic screens don't seem to work at all. They work for other teams, why not for us?

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And I agree. Reverses and flat passes to Smitty seem to work fine. But classic screens don't seem to work at all. They work for other teams, why not for us?

they spy our RB's?

:leaving:

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