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Hidden Strategy ??

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Much is said regarding the play calls in pre-season in that teams do not want to give much away. Could this be the case for our offense?

Is it possible we could be using our rbs more in the passing game this season then ever before? Many more screen passes etc..to Dwill and Stew??

Maybe see more 2rb formations?

We have two great rbs, so why not let the defense guess a bit more regarding whos getting the ball? This could also help in the play action.

Thoughts?

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I don't think purposely dropping balls, running wrong routes, and not beating the jam are part of a hidden strategy.

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No hidden strategy; just blatant tragedy.

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How about split backs of Dwill on one side and Goodson on the other. That would save Stew to come in and run next??

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I think it would be nasty if we put Dwill and stew back there. Maybe put moore in a shotgun with 2 wrs (Smith and Jarrett Or Smith and Edwards), 1 TE (Rosario Standing up) and 2 rbs (Dwill and JStew). Who gets the rock?

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I say run Stewie and D-Lo at the same time, each gets to hold the ball with one hand. Meanwhile, Goodson will sit atop their heads like a bridge to shout out directions, as Double Trouble will be doing it backward. Sutton will film this with his iPhone and turn it into a new app.

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Wishbone! Seems like when I was a kid the Redskins did this.

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Doubling the talent in the backfield doesn't double the effectiveness of the play.

Teams will stack the box suspecting its a run. Probably do a run blitz. If it's a pass then your blitzing against a RB and all D-coordinators like those odds.

For the record I believe Williams has run the Wildcat with Stewart as his HB. So they have been back there together.

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but if you run the wishbone and the D stacks for the run I thought the #2 WR is left with One on One coverage??

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We needed the work and Davidson assured us all that our offense would be a secret after 4 pre season games. We were vanilla while facing defenses blitzing 8. Why, what did they learn from that? That they can blitz 8 and shut us down when we had RBs who never blocked anyone and who would not make the team, linemen who didn't plan vs. the blitzes. The Jets game was a horrible joke. Ryan is an idiot. The Ravens was no better. The Titans game is the one that worries me. Steelers--are any of the offensive players still on the roster?

But our D was consistent, and they got pressure with 4. When was the last time that happened?

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The Panthers were not running their offense. They were evaluating players and plays. The offense with a game plan....to win, will be different.

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It can work but it's not going to be anywhere close to a linear progression of talent/success. I'm sure there are situations that could call for it as always.

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