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#1 bigdog10

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:18 PM

Stewart's 2 yard touchdown run.

Go back and re-watch what Mike Tolbert does to the middle linebacker. Absolutely stones the middle linebacker and blows him up allowing Stewart to hop right over into the end-zone.

I don't think we'll have to worry too much about Cam doing most of the inside the 5 running. I think Stewart and Tolbert will have that covered

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:26 PM

The pass to Olsen was sweet. I run that same exact play in Madden often, so I naturally recognized it and got excited.

I also loved the first play from scrimmage as well. Deangelo's counter for 14 yds. It's good to see him with such speed and quickness this early. He ran out of bounds, but if it were a real game probably could have gotten 10 more yds.

I have more but I'll let other people share as well.

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:29 PM

The pass to Olsen was sweet. I run that same exact play in Madden often, so I naturally recognized it and got excited.

I also loved the first play from scrimmage as well. Deangelo's counter for 14 yds. It's good to see him with such speed and quickness this early. He ran out of bounds, but if it were a real game probably could have gotten 10 more yds.

I have more but I'll let other people share as well.


i too run that exact play in madden often!!!!!!!!111111 so i recognized it too!!!!!!!!!!!!1 i recognized olsen because he is in that game too!!!!!!!1111

thanks for sharing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:29 PM

Any play that involved Clausen running off the field.

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:30 PM

i loved the poo out of any of the plays tolbert was a part of. that fumble was a bitch and i'm sure he'll keep that in mind, but he will quickly get a reputation as a guy that you'll have to sacrifice your body to bring down. watching a DB try to tackle him will be like watching a puppy get smacked by a truck. can't fugin wait to see more of him.

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:30 PM

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:33 PM

I knew Tolbert had bad intentions when I seen him in a 4 point stance.

Off topic, but Goodson had two fumbles last night against AZ, and he left the game with an injury.

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:36 PM

I knew Tolbert had bad intentions when I seen him in a 4 point stance.

Off topic, but Goodson had to fumbles light night against AZ, and he left the game with an injury.


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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:37 PM

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:38 PM

My favorite play: Tolbert blocking for Deangelo on that early run in the game. Tolbert is so strong that he didn't really block the defender, he just smacked him really hard and stalled him long enough for Deangelo to use his speed to run through the lane. When they said Tolbert would play some fullback, I didn't expect us to be using him in that true-fullback role. I knew Tolbert was going to improve our effectiveness in the redzone, but I thought it was going to be by giving him the ball, not by him blocking for double trouble. I believe the FB position is crucial for a successful runnning game and always find it silly that teams choose not to use them.

Runner up: The offensive line's blocking on Cam's pass to Lafell. Our offense made that 3rd and 10 look so easy to convert. We really made their defense look like poo on that play. Stewart stayed in the backfield ready to stop whoever made it past our line, but ended up finding nobody to block. I always hate it when other teams have all day to pass the ball on us and exploit our coverage easily because of great blocking by their offensive lines. It feels really good to see us dominating a defensive line and giving Cam the time he needs to expose defenses. It's only Cam's second year in the league. I'm still getting used to seeing us do whatever we want on offense.

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:39 PM

Stewart's 2 yard touchdown run.

Go back and re-watch what Mike Tolbert does to the middle linebacker. Absolutely stones the middle linebacker and blows him up allowing Stewart to hop right over into the end-zone.

I don't think we'll have to worry too much about Cam doing most of the inside the 5 running. I think Stewart and Tolbert will have that covered

we have options. whether it's cam or stewart or williams or tolbert...goal line and short yardage situations are going to be moments we excel in. i absolutely LOVE that.

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:42 PM

My favorite play: Tolbert blocking for Deangelo on that early run in the game. Tolbert is so strong that he didn't really block the defender, he just smacked him really hard and stalled him long enough for Deangelo to use his speed to run through the lane. When they said Tolbert would play some fullback, I didn't expect us to be using him in that true-fullback role. I knew Tolbert was going to improve our effectiveness in the redzone, but I thought it was going to be by giving him the ball, not by him blocking for double trouble. I believe the FB position is crucial for a successful runnning game and always find it silly that team's choose not to use them.

Runner up: The offensive line's blocking on Cam's pass to Lafell. Our offense made that 3rd and 10 look so easy to convert. I always hate it when other team's have all day to pass the ball on us and exploit our coverage with great blocking by their offensive lines. It feels really good to see us dominating a defensive line and giving Cam the time he needs to expose defenses. It's only Cam's second year in the league. I'm still getting used to seeing us do whatever we want on offense.

isn't that a good feeling. passing game, running game...we do what we want.

rivera said the goal from the beginning was to impose our will on the other team. don't react to what they do. force them to react to what you do. that's exactly what we are getting on offense. hopefully that will be the case with the D.

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:49 PM

Cam to LaFell on 3rd & 10. Nice to see LaFell come up big on 3rd down.

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:53 PM

I cringe more on running plays than I do passing plays these days. It's weird.

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 01:58 PM

I loved the stuff by kuechly and McClain...because that's exactly what I wanted to see improve this game was tackling and run D


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