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Opinions....best way for us to slow down the no huddle offense.....

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Thanks to Season Ticket, I have been able to watch the Patsies and try to get a feel for their offense. Brady Iikes to run that quick offense and catch opposing defenses on their heels and create mismatches. In fact they have used this plan for years with success. Just a little huddler game planning here.....how to we slow this type of offense down and play this game at our pace and under our control.Obviously the running game will have to be the big edge for us with clock eating drives. Will our defense be able to do what needs to be done unless we control the clock? Will killer Keek be able to control Gronk? Some Huddler ideas on the verge of the big game.

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win first down.

 

simple and plain

 

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As long as our defense switches coverage/formation or keeps players movin I think it'll be enough to confuse Tom. Kuechlys pretty smart I trust him to keep the Defense solid through 4 qrtrs

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Fake injuries.

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why slow down their no huddle/hurry up offense?

 

let them keep doing it. let's get those quick three and outs.

 

they can't put a ton of points on the board if they don't get the ball but a couple times a half.

 

we do what we do best...eat up the clock on each possession and enjoy/make the most of the extra few minutes of possession. i swear i wouldn't be surprised if we end up holding on to the ball for 40 minutes this week.

 

we essentially use judo tactics with them. we use their energy/pace against them.

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Fake injuries.

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that's what dan connor is for.

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