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Oh God! We couldn't tackle Turner now "Beast Mode".......

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After re-watching that Atlanta game, is there any hope of tackling Marshawn Lynch? I mean that is probably the worst performance I have ever seen out of Beason at the MLB position(although it looked like he made a lot of good decisions as far a play recognition). Anderson was horrible well. Hell, all of our LB's looked bad tbh. Let's not even beat that dead horse and talk about the Safety position. Is there something that could be done in 6 days to make us at least slow Marshawn down?
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Kuechly continues to play well. For the first downs he's on the field

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11 men in the box
screw the pass defense

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tackling was bad, but part of turner's success was related to the ginormous gaping holes the offensive line opened up for him. to stop him the defensive line is going to have to play with exception gap discipline. and for gods sake seal off the edge. i can't count the number of times i've put my remote through the wall when the interior line gets pressure and everyone reads well and then all of a sudden the back is just skipping off tackle en route to a first down.

hardy is notably terrible at this so i expect to see alexander, who is marginally better, and applewhite if healthy (he played the run from that position pretty well last year iirc

this is a winnable game if we can play well offensively and get them throwing.

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Yep, everytime you see Keuchly make a play, he's heading right to the sidelines afterwards.

Think about this though, we've played Eli Manning, Drew Brees, and Matt Ryan in our first four games - those are QB's who will light you up if you stack the box. For the first time this year, we are going up against a team with a young inexperienced QB and lackluster WR's.

I say bring Godfrey up and let Martin roam the deep territory to help stop the run. Their passing game doesn't scare me at all. We can do this.

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Load the box. Gamble on Rice. Norman on Tate with Martin over top.
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[quote name='Chaos' timestamp='1349204048' post='1931433']
Yep, everytime you see Keuchly make a play, he's heading right to the sidelines afterwards.

Think about this though, we've played Eli Manning, Drew Brees, and Matt Ryan in our first four games - those are QB's who will light you up if you stack the box. For the first time this year, we are going up against a team with a young inexperienced QB and lackluster WR's.

I say bring Godfrey up and let Martin roam the deep territory to help stop the run. Their passing game doesn't scare me at all. We can do this.
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This.

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Seattle's recievers can't get open at all.

Load the box.

And keep a spy on Wilson.

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I agee. Sell out to stop the run and make Wilson pass to beat you. I don't think you need a spy, just discipline to contain the edges. He'll get a couple of good runs, but there's no reason we shouldn't be able to shut this weak offense down.

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what else do they have?

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Speed in Sidney Rice at WR, but Gamble should be able to stop him alone.

In short- nothing.
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If McDermott doesn't stack 8 in the box and play press man coverage, then there is no hope for this man in the NFL.

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