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Football Gameplan's 2013 Wk 11 Preview - Panthers vs Patriots

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i like it. keep up the good work.

 

would it be fairto say that the team that can make the other team be one dimensional on offense will win the game?

 

also, can you elaborate a  little more on the pats "hurry up to slow down" or however it was phrased?

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love this. your 'white board' segments are great

 

hope your prediction is right

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Nice job.

We need to get you a modern intro.
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Nice job.

We need to get you a modern intro.

nah, i like it. reminds me of my youth.

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So...need more leather helmets and far less teams...

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So...need more leather helmets and far less teams...

lol I'm not that old and i was talking about the music.

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Good stuff
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i like it. keep up the good work.

 

would it be fairto say that the team that can make the other team be one dimensional on offense will win the game?

 

also, can you elaborate a  little more on the pats "hurry up to slow down" or however it was phrased?

 

Thanks Rayzor!  Yep that the key, the 1st one to take away the other's main strength has the best shot.. That's why its important to win 2/3 phases of a game. The "Hurry up to Slow down" statement is mainly geared toward being a hurry up offense, going no-huddle yet taking your time to snap the ball in an attempt to minimize substitutions.

 

 

love this. your 'white board' segments are great

 

hope your prediction is right

 

Thanks BP! I'm looking to enhance those White Board segments..any thoughts?

 

Good stuff

 

Thanks KJ!

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love this. your 'white board' segments are great

 

hope your prediction is right

 

Absolutely, I know a good bit about football, but Ive never had anyone delve as deeply into play design as Em does.  It's a really interesting facet that the NFLN and ESPN don't do, or if they do, don't do as well.

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Nice job.

We need to get you a modern intro.

 

Thanks! LOL! Its designed to have that 'old school' sound and feel..you know, back when:

 

1. Games actually started at the time it was scheduled

2. Pre-game shows actually previewed the games

3. No more than 3 analysts at a desk

4. Before it became too commercial

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Absolutely, I know a good bit about football, but Ive never had anyone delve as deeply into play design as Em does.  It's a really interesting facet that the NFLN and ESPN don't do, or if they do, don't do as well.

 

Thanks Cajun! It's my way of staying 'in tuned' with the coaching aspect of it.. I miss coaching a lot, but I also love being able to break down games of the different leagues.. So I try to satisfy both interests. I see another outlet 'competitively borrowing' my style but the person they have is all Jargon..which is okay if you know what he's saying but to the average fan, they get lost in the translation. I like to teach, inform and explain the 'why' when I'm at the whiteboard

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