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Chud's New Playbook

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Still doesn't mean it didn't cost them, or should I say Morgan cost them because overall it was more of Morgan's fault rather than the special teams as a whole.

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Kyle Williams cost them fool.

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Just say you were wrong, and quit backtracking making yourself look bad.

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New playbook you say.

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I was very intrigued at how may times Bill Polian mentioned the Wishbone and the Wing-Bone (everything that's old is new again) since the Tolbert addition during the SiriusXM Training Camp special. When division teams have to spend extra time installing special defenses to counter Cam and the Hydra running game, you know you got the division by the short and curly. We can gash you with the run and when you finally commit to 9 in the box, we'll kill you with the pass. I CANT WAIT!!

PS- Dirty Birds, you are BONED!! LOLZ!

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Well whoever cost them was on special teams, regardless.

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Well whoever cost them was on special teams, regardless.

Yes he was. just remember though that those special teams were elite.

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As long as we average close to 30 points a game who gives a crap about how we do it?? Too good a running game?? Seriously??

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Williams

Stewart

Tolbert

Newton

Good luck NFL

I have a feeling Tauren Poole will beat out Vaughn as the 4th running back also. He has been really really impressive. I know it is just 4th rb but he can definitely contribute. Great group of guys.

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Also there is no such thing as having too much running. That doesn't even make sense.

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It's really all about being explosive. Putting points on the board.

Panthers can do that.

The benefits of having a better run game, is keeping the ball out of the hands of the opposing offenses, and making our offense even more difficult to defend.

If last year was any indicator. We can't win straight out shootouts. The Defense needs to do something. That or the Special Teams needs to step up as well.

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one thing to consider for the more one dimensional passing game approach that teams are having. sure, the game is making it easy for the passing game to blow up so teams are going heavy in that direction, but what is going to happen is that defenses are going to catch up. it's bound to happen and pretty much unavoidable. it's already starting to happen. when that happens all offenses that have been trying to focus on the passing game will lose the competitive edge they had at one time or were trying to achieve.

what is going to happen is that the defenses that are spending their energies trying to learn how to stop the big time passing attacks and who have focused their personnel decisions on trying to stop them will have made themselves just as one dimensional as the offenses have and will become vulnerable to power run games and run heavy schemes.

the game is cyclical in it's trends and phases. the best thing to do is to have a team that is balanced...an elite passing game and elite running game. and it's not just having the talent to do it, but the determination to do both consistently.

we won't see less running. we shouldn't. i don't care what other offenses are doing. they aren't built like this one. they don't have the personnel this one does. it would be foolish to try and emulate what other teams are doing who are built so differently.

was not this offense one of the best offenses in the league last year? why don't we try and build on what we did last year? why copy someone else when this offense, even with running the ball "too much", was one of the best offenses in the league? it makes no sense whatsoever.

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