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Greg Olsen On The Read Option

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Yeah been listening to the sporting news talking heads playing it up like its so new - sort of like when we ran De Angelo out of the wildcat the time we didnt have a viable qb and a year later it catches on and all the other teams running it are so cool.

what a joke

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Exactly. We were the first ones to incorporate that into our base offense.

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Also, no QB has more rushing yards or TDs than Cam the last 2 years.

They mentioned Webb, RGIII, Wilson and Kapernick as the NFL read option QBs.

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Let's let a backup QB decide where Adrian Peterson runs and which hole he goes for. He really hadn't been choosing them well.

He's over 2000 yards. Does it even matter who the starting QB was?

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Read option is the new wildcat.....

Miami gets credit for shaking things with the wildcat....everyone running the read after Cam gets credit for using it in the nfl

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The moment they started talking on the read option for the Vikes, is the moment I said in my heart that AD will have his worst game of the season. As bad as Ponder is, he wasn't the main weapon in this offense. Now you put in Webb as a weapon in this offense, and you will prevent Peterson from doing his thing. I expect a blowout tonight.

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These announcers are in awe of a play that we run for 2 years in our base run game

2 years in our base run game

base run game

base

oh, what a mess...

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