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Rivera's weekly Sirius interview

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Was very impressed with Olsens blocking Sunday.

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Really impressed that Olsen is participating in OL meetings. It's really starting not to sound like Complacent Carolina anymore

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A trait I love about Rivera is that he seems to fire up his players to want to improve, like LaFell and Olsen. If we can keep adding elements to our offense it will soon be the terror of the NFL.

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Wish there was a link for this.

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sounds like an awesome interview, thanks for sharing

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I like the LaFell comparisons to Chambers. Agree

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what does rivera mean when he is talking about personnel group diversity- 12 to 21 to 11? haven't heard this before.

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what does rivera mean when he is talking about personnel group diversity- 12 to 21 to 11? haven't heard this before.

See if this helps:

http://footballguys.com/10pasquino_11.php

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what does rivera mean when he is talking about personnel group diversity- 12 to 21 to 11? haven't heard this before.

12 = 1 back, 2 TE's

21= 2 backs, 1 TE

11= 1 back, 1 TE (send someone out to play WR)

So it really boils down to Tolbert's versatility, he can line up at TE or WR.

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Everyone above me is correct.

The first number is always the the number of running backs

The 2nd is number of tight ends

You know there's always going to be 5 lineman and 1 qb.(6 of 11) So to diagnose quickly what else is out there say its a 22 package, thats 4 players so that means 1 spot left for W.R

If its a 11- which we run a lot of thats 3 WR.

Each team has spotter's up in the booth who's job it its to quickly diagnose this and tell their defensive coordinator.

IF your into that kind of thing and want to learn more http://www.amazon.co...l/dp/1600786170

That link is a book and dvd by Pat Kirwan. No matter how much you think you know football, you will learn plenty from it.

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