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  1. #25

    Re: 486 Yards of Offense



    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Hopefully we see a lot of pressure against Brady. If you stand around he's going to shed the defense.
    He will be pressured. AZ got him big and they dont have the talent we have on D.

    Their o Line is weak and he will be pressured. We have always pressured pocket passers. Its the Mobile QBs we just like to rush 3 and watch them run around then find an open TE or WR

    The defensive game plan is what led to at least 150-200 of their yards. they needed to keep bringing 4-5




  2. #26

    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    With these replacement refs, you don't play 10yds off... You hold. You right.. jamming is risky against the Jackson type WR, but screw it, grab the shit out of them, b/c the refs aint gonna call it. If you aint cheating, you aint winning




  3. #27

    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by ravensnhokies View Post
    With these replacement refs, you don't play 10yds off... You hold. You right.. jamming is risky against the Jackson type WR, but screw it, grab the shit out of them, b/c the refs aint gonna call it. If you aint cheating, you aint winning
    And hell, they aren't even if you commit DPI, they are only calling holding or illegal contact which is only 5 yards.




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Benny8444 View Post
    He will be pressured. AZ got him big and they dont have the talent we have on D.

    Their o Line is weak and he will be pressured. We have always pressured pocket passers. Its the Mobile QBs we just like to rush 3 and watch them run around then find an open TE or WR

    The defensive game plan is what led to at least 150-200 of their yards. they needed to keep bringing 4-5
    They don't have a Ngata but if you add up all those guys the Cards have from top to bottom they're pretty damn good. Patrick Peterson was a monster against the Patriots today and even played offense. Calais Campbell and Darnell Dockett are better rushing d-lineman than any we have. Daryl Washington is one of the better MLBs in the NFL and just signed a huge contract because of it. Rhodes and Wilson are a solid pair of safeties even though they're getting up there. That's a good pressure defense when healthy. They just can't overcome injuries.
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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    And hell, they aren't even if you commit DPI, they are only calling holding or illegal contact which is only 5 yards.
    I agree. A good coach adjusts to the officiating as well. I'm curious to see next week's gameplan. On another note, is it possible that our secondary is missing Pagano? They loved him as their db coach.




  6. #30

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terpsfan82 View Post
    I agree. A good coach adjusts to the officiating as well. I'm curious to see next week's gameplan. On another note, is it possible that our secondary is missing Pagano? They loved him as their db coach.
    I do not see the secondary as the major issue. There was the blown coverage on the Macklin TD...that happens.

    The biggest issue is yea they hit Vick many times but it was not till 5,6,7,8 seconds after the snap. You give any QB that time they will pick you apart. Give Vick that type of time he will shred you. You cannot expect any DB to cover that long.
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  7. #31

    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    The secondary didn't play well, but Vick FEASTED on the middle of the field. And that falls on our LB's. They were horrible in pass coverage today.




  8. #32

    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    The secondary didn't play well, but Vick FEASTED on the middle of the field. And that falls on our LB's. They were horrible in pass coverage today.
    The secondary was fine, The WRs numbers were not major at all. It was the LBs who stayed in to "spy" on vick left the middle of the field open to the TE. THe CBs actually played well. The only long pass to Jackson was good coverage but just a perfect pass and there is no defense for a perfect pass.




  9. #33

    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenous1 View Post
    I do not see the secondary as the major issue. There was the blown coverage on the Macklin TD...that happens.

    The biggest issue is yea they hit Vick many times but it was not till 5,6,7,8 seconds after the snap. You give any QB that time they will pick you apart. Give Vick that type of time he will shred you. You cannot expect any DB to cover that long.
    I agree, the Ravens often did not rush Vick and mean not even try and just want to contain him and that is when they were burned. When we actually rushed him we were very successful. That is how you beat Vick not by just having 3 players eat up space and try to contain. when you give ANY QB 5-7 seconds to throw a WR will break from the coverage when the QB is moving and will make a play. Its not the pass rush, its not the secondary, it was the coaches today.




  10. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by Benny8444 View Post
    The secondary was fine, The WRs numbers were not major at all. It was the LBs who stayed in to "spy" on vick left the middle of the field open to the TE. THe CBs actually played well. The only long pass to Jackson was good coverage but just a perfect pass and there is no defense for a perfect pass.
    If by CB's playing well means Webb but not Smith or Williams. But how you allow a tight end like Celek to be that wide open multiple times a game is ridiculous.

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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    The secondary didn't play well, but Vick FEASTED on the middle of the field. And that falls on our LB's. They were horrible in pass coverage today.
    It's not just linebackers. If a TE is eating up a team they usually adjust which means at least some safety help. Celek was wide open the whole game. It's like no one was covering him.
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  12. #36

    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    If by CB's playing well means Webb but not Smith or Williams. But how you allow a tight end like Celek to be that wide open multiple times a game is ridiculous.

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    Smith played well had that great coverage on Jacksons catch it was just a perfect throw and also defended him on the sideline on a 3rd down. Williams had one bad play on the misscomunication. The TE is the LBs problem and they were busy watching Vick run around the back field while Celek was getting open




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