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    So I re-watched the Giants-Cowboys opening game and the one BLARING problem was Hynoski's blocking or should I say lack of blocking...every time the runner is getting stuffed it's because Hynoski misses his block or get's thrown aside like a rag doll. For example, watch the 1st down run by Bradshaw after the Boley INT. and you'll see that if Hynoski got out there and threw a block it would of freed up Bradshaw for the corner, but as Hynoski approached the defender , the defender gives Hynoski a quick 2 hand push back and Hynoski does nothing.
    This happens over and over.....sad but true....anyone who has the game on video just focus on the fullback blocking, if you can find any fullback blocking !

    I apologize if this was brought up elsewhere but I just had to comment after watching the tape.

  • #2
    hynoski may have missed some blocks, but u have to remember, the fb has a specific key he is supposed to block. if one or more of the OL allow penetration (which they did on that goal line play and virtually every single run play), Hynoski then has to choose which guy to try n block and often a FB will be caught out of position trying to block whoever he can.
    i notice on the positive run plays and even some negative ones, that hynoski is effectively blocking and getting up to the 2nd level when he can. hynoski also had a lil rough spot last season. so even if he had a bad game, im still confident in him to get the job done.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Atomic1 View Post
      So I re-watched the Giants-Cowboys opening game and the one BLARING problem was Hynoski's blocking or should I say lack of blocking...every time the runner is getting stuffed it's because Hynoski misses his block or get's thrown aside like a rag doll. For example, watch the 1st down run by Bradshaw after the Boley INT. and you'll see that if Hynoski got out there and threw a block it would of freed up Bradshaw for the corner, but as Hynoski approached the defender , the defender gives Hynoski a quick 2 hand push back and Hynoski does nothing.
      This happens over and over.....sad but true....anyone who has the game on video just focus on the fullback blocking, if you can find any fullback blocking !

      I apologize if this was brought up elsewhere but I just had to comment after watching the tape.
      The OLine is the bigger problem but everyone shares in wins and losses.
      “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1

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      • #4
        Don't get me wrong as I like Hynoski as a player and I would like for him to get more touches and he has shown good hands catching out of the backfield BUT it appears he had a bad game blocking. Your'e right on the OL penetration and all ,so let's just hope we get it right .

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        • #5
          ok

          I just watched every run play in the Dallas game on the coaches film and have to strongly disagree with you

          the play you brought up after the Boley INT was the only time Hynoski missed a block....and he didnt really miss ...the defender just made a nice play.
          that is an extremely tough block when stretching out like that

          on every other run play he was in on ...which was only 8 snaps.....he made fantastic blocks

          half of the time it is the O lineman getting blown up....and the other half Bradshaw starts to improvise and not follow his blocks

          the 8 run plays they ran without him in were mostly blown up as well ...aside from the long run out of shotgun

          so this "BLARING problem" you speak is one that is non existent

          Hynoski blocked absolutely fantastically in that game actually and was one of the very bright spots in the game
          Last edited by YATittle1962; 09-14-2012, 12:30 PM.

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          • #6
            I disagree , I'm at work now, on lunch break but I'll go back and watch it again and get back to ya.

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            • #7
              I could break it down play by play for you if you wish and explain how he executes his assignment on every single snap.

              he hits his block every time and half of the time takes his man completely out of the play

              this is not something you can pick up watching the broadcast tape....I recommend coaches film so you can watch him specifically from multiple angles .

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              • #8
                Any information on how to get better film on the plays / games?

                thanks
                "Team sports are a different animal. They tap into deep seeded tribal instincts. Our team vs your team used to be our tribe vs your tribe. Winner takes all – land, plunder, women. You inherently care when you are aligned with a tribe/team. The players are interchangeable but team always stays the same." - JOESONDO from UG forum

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                • #9
                  1st quarter

                  12:09 1st and 10 - Hynoski takes Lee off his feet and out of the play - Bradshaw gains 2
                  7:45 1st and 10 - Hynoski takes Bruce Carter out of the play - Bradshaw gains 2
                  6:43 2nd and 8 - Hynoski takes Anthony Spencer out of the play - Wilson fumbles


                  2nd quarter

                  10:43 - 1st down on 1 yd line - Hynoski doesn't quite get to Spencer and Spencer pushes Bradshaw out of bounds for 2 yd loss
                  10:05 - 2nd down on the 3 yd line - Bradshaw improvises before Hynoski reaches his man....Henry was in perfect position had the play been run as designed
                  5:18 - 1st and 10 - Hynoski executes his block on Carter- again Bradshaw improvises and runs away from the block

                  3rd quarter

                  7:20 - 1st and 10 - Hynoski takes Carter out of the play completely - Bradshaw gains 5
                  5:19 - 1st and 10 - Hynoski blows up Dan Conner- Bradshaw TD
                  0:34 - 1st and 10 - Hynoski takes Lee out of the play - Bradshaw gains 5



                  and those are literally the only plays where he blocks for the runner

                  so tell me where this "BLARING problem" is......or maybe you are just overreacting to one missed block?
                  Last edited by YATittle1962; 09-14-2012, 12:27 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Hynoski did have good games last year in the conference championship and super bowl, so I wouldn't judge him on the first game of the year. That being said, Ray Rice and MJD have GREAT blocking FB's in Vonta Leach and Greg Jones, and these guys do make a big difference. And remember how great a blocker Maurice Carthon was? He was a difference maker too.

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                    • #11
                      as YA had pointed out, Hyno had a pretty good game considering. The OL needs to do better as well as Bradshaw needing to follow the design of the play. i understand u cant do that everytime, but too often it seemed as bradshaw was indecisive and at a complete stand still behind the LOS trying to decide which way to go...

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                      • #12
                        I have to agree with YA. I watched the coaches film and when I was doing so one of the things that stuck in my mind was how well Hynoski was making his blocks.

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                        • #13
                          Wow, and here I was saying he had a solid game blocking. Hyno is the least of our problems.
                          WE ALREADY HAVE A GREAT RUNNING BACK:

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                          • #14
                            as YA had pointed out, Hyno had a pretty good game considering. The OL needs to do better as well as Bradshaw needing to follow the design of the play. i understand u cant do that everytime, but too often it seemed as bradshaw was indecisive and at a complete stand still behind the LOS trying to decide which way to go...

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by timmytimm3 View Post
                              Any information on how to get better film on the plays / games?

                              thanks
                              https://gamerewind.nfl.com/nflgr/sec...FcXe4AodtSIAPA

                              for $70 you can get a complete multi angle coaches tape

                              well worth it in my opinion....even if only for reasons such as this thread

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