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Your top 3 things to tweak during the bye.

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Depends on who we play. They have to prepare for three different games so the tweaks will vary. But what we do we need to do universally no matter who we play? Get our line healthy on both sides of the ball. Got to help the new guys get up to speed on responsibilities since we have practice squad guys needing to contribute. And since we won't need to take time off next week to recuperate we should have more time to prepare game plans and make sure everyone knows what to do. And lastly we need to come out sharp, fast, and relentlessly.

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1-Kemo healthy

2-Lewis healthy

3-Otah 100 %

The rest will work out itself :D

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Health

Pass Rush

Tip ball Drill

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1. Get healthy

2. Work on defensive FUNDAMENTALS. Finishing a tackle, gap responsibility, etc. Too late in the process to try and reinvent the wheel by changing schemes. Do what we do, only better.

3. Get D Will involved more in 2nd half plays. Stewart is good, but Williams is en fuego right now. Stewart's ego will bounce back when he puts that SB ring on.

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the team has 2 weeks to get HUNGRY.

And I'm not talking about being hungry for Chunky Chicken Noodle Soup. (although, since we're going to be playing one of the birds, that could be appropriate)

I'm talking about being HUNGRY to win it all. Finishing plays, paying attention to line changes, learning to read both the O and D correctly, and not make mistakes.

They gotta be angry about how they almost missed the bye, and don't want to be sitting out early.

They need to be HUNGRY for that ring. That trophy. And to raise it high in TAMPA.

HUNGRY to get that win for Jerry. For Sam. For the fans.

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three more

4) consider using the pass more to set up the run (ex. what happened vs. Denver)

5) better secondary play (bump-and-run, pass rush[?], man coverage, something)

6) involve more receivers (TE's, Jarrett, Hackett) in the passing game to keep defenders honest on Smith and Muhammad

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health for sure

the defense needs to wake up (particularly the secondary)

fox...stay with the game plan that is winning and dominating (cough, cough Giants and Saints)

don't know what it is about Fox, but sometimes he has a lot of trouble either getting our guys ready to play or having them come out with the same intensity they had in the first half.

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1: Get Healthy

2: Encourage tighter coverage by our CBs

3: Develop one sure WR3 that can start the rest of the playoffs...quit switching back and forth with Hack and DJ

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1. Get healthy. can't be said enough.

2. Fox takes over the defense

3. Punch Ken Lucas in the nose. for the hell of it

4. come up with another nickname for Smash'n'Dash DoubleTrouble Rush'n'Crush. PBnJ....

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Health, with time will take care of itself as well as it can.

1. Empahasize a sense of urgency starting the 3rd and 4th quarters similar to the focus put on starting games quicker a few games back. If the hammer is down, make sure it stays down.

2. Work on the field position game. Better coverage on kickoffs and punts. Make sure the blocked punt bug does not raise it's ugly head.

3. Execution, every phase of the game. Two weeks to practice, no stone should go unturned, as well as preparing our younger players for playoff intensity.

Be aggresive, kick ass, make plays. :D

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