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Article claiming Panthers should NOT decrease read option usage next season

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dos poptarts    693

Not really related, but is there a website that scouted/tracked all the plays from last season? Never got around to purchasing the NFL GameRewind last year, new baby and all, to play with the all-22 video.

 

No prob if it's a pay site, just need to sift thru data.

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teeray    16,223

Not really related, but is there a website that scouted/tracked all the plays from last season? Never got around to purchasing the NFL GameRewind last year, new baby and all, to play with the all-22 video.

 

No prob if it's a pay site, just need to sift thru data.

http://www.derp/2013/7/9/4508740/the-truth-about-the-carolina-panthers-read-option#172590575

 

 

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AoYlQP-ovPSpdGUxdVRsUDhvOXhPR21xcVk1MVFmZ0E#gid=0

 

 

Some interesting tidbit from this breakdown.  There were only 8 0 or negative plays out of the read option last season and most were from misreads.

 

The read option was not the issue last season and we would be foolish to get too far away from it.

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pantherclaw    3,146

Execution.

Of offense didn't execute well or consistently.

That is to be expected when injuries plague the oline.

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Happy Panther    3,997

http://ht.ly/nnjzT

 

 

 

Defending the Read-Option

 

 

Pro coaches can spend as much time as they'd like searching for a magic read-option cure-all on college campuses. They aren't going to find one. College defensive coordinators are as likely to complain about the difficulty of defending the multifaceted offenses so prevalent in college football as they are to claim they have all the answers. And a quick perusal of any Saturday afternoon games — or a statistics page — shows that the read-option is hardly being stamped out in the college ranks. The read-option poses real problems, problems that demand more than one solution.

 

 

 

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jtm    248

Read option will still be used as an addition to our offense, not the core of our offense.

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PantherGuy    241

When we ran it and the amount we ran it absolutely was a problem early last year.

 

Agreed. I wouldn't mind running it occasionally, but definitely not as much as we did last year.

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jayflip    4,385

Agreed. I wouldn't mind running it occasionally, but definitely not as much as we did last year.

And in the right circumstances. Chud would not take what the defense gave, it's like it was scripted and Chud would call what he wanted to call, not what should have been called.

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PantherGuy    241

And in the right circumstances. Chud would not take what the defense gave, it's like it was scripted and Chud would call what he wanted to call, not what should have been called.

 

That's true as well. I rewatched part of the first Falcons game last night, and one particular read option play from the first quarter struck me as being very disjointed from the flow of the game. The intermediate passing game and I formation running game were working very well, and then suddenly we come out in a very obvious read-option play on 2nd-and-long and loses a couple yards and sets us up for a lousy 3rd-and-long.

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