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http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=21932246

Sorry guys having trouble embedding.  Anyways, Louis Riddick is known for being arguably the most knowledgeable football analyst on TV. He pretty much said after re watching the Carolina vs ATL game, Carolina's wide outs got no separation all game long.. Also, the wide receivers were running day 1 training camp routes for the entire duration of the game, not challenging ATL's secondary at all. It's something us fans have noticed, but it was nice for a mainstream analyst to recognize Shulas deficiencies. Unlike Troy Aikman who talks Shula up all the time.

 

I thought it was worth the 1:30 watch

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3 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Some of us have been screaming about Shula's poor play design for a long, long time.

Shula has moments, maybe even brief streaks, of brilliance when it comes to playcalling and gameplanning, no doubt. Unfortunately though those are more the exception and less the rule.

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2 minutes ago, KSpan said:

Shula has moments, maybe even brief streaks, of brilliance when it comes to playcalling and gameplanning, no doubt. Unfortunately though those are more the exception and less the rule.

every game this year it seems we have gotten that one autismo drive that is like 16 plays, 8 minutes and ends in a TD. The rest of the game though... nada.

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Anybody that's a little bit knowledgeable see the routes as a problem. I notice we do a lot of bunch formation loading one side, I see a lot of congestion with our routes. I posted this in the bills game, there were times where Cam didn't have a passing option on his right side. All you saw was the green field. Why? We have to spread defenses out evenly. Cam should have a target on each area of the field.

When do we do spread them out and go empty back-field, it's usually a Cam draw. It happens ALL THE TIME. How can you not expect teams to not notice this.

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8 minutes ago, AceBoogie said:

Aikman is jealous and quite possibly a racist, they poo on Cam all game long and find ways to talk him down. If Cam throws an interception (what a terrible throw). Aaron Rodgers throws and interception (The wr has to run a better route) the agenda has gotten old. 

Aikman definitely called out the constant players in the same area a couple times. He didnt put it all on Cam last week, he definitely called out the routes

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Maybe because we're trotting out an injured Funchess and a bunch of practice squaders. Bringing a term back from the off-season, it's a position catastrophe.

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Riddick quote from the video:

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"If you expand it outwards, the wide receivers need to work better to get open in that game, 'cause when you watch the All-22 of that game (and I was looking at it this morning) nobody was getting open against the Falcons at all.  And then the route designs were like Day One Install as far as, like, training camp type stuff, so it the Falcons were like "Really? This is what you're gonna run? Then we're gonna make your quarterback struggle.  He's gonna have a tough day here."

Sounds really, really familiar to me.

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9 minutes ago, beastson said:

Aikman definitely called out the constant players in the same area a couple times. He didnt put it all on Cam last week, he definitely called out the routes

Yeah, heard that too.

That's another long-standing complaint.

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36 minutes ago, Yaboychris28 said:

http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=21932246

Sorry guys having trouble embedding.  Anyways, Louis Riddick is known for being arguably the most knowledgeable football analyst on TV. He pretty much said after re watching the Carolina vs ATL game, Carolina's wide outs got no separation all game long.. Also, the wide receivers were running day 1 training camp routes for the entire duration of the game, not challenging ATL's secondary at all. It's something us fans have noticed, but it was nice for a mainstream analyst to recognize Shulas deficiencies. Unlike Troy Aikman who talks Shula up all the time.

 

I thought it was worth the 1:30 watch

Good stuff

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