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  • I hope Fewell is prepared for the hurry up offense

    Dallas did nothing until they picked up the pace and went int the hurry up. I understand the Falcons include the quick pace offense as part of their offense. The Giants D has been picked apart too many times by the Hurry Up. Be prepared Fewell.

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    [quote user="TroyArcher"]Dallas did nothing until they picked up the pace and went int the hurry up.* I understand the Falcons include the quick pace offense as part of their offense.* The Giants D has been picked apart too many times by the Hurry Up.* Be prepared Fewell.*[/quote]

    Not sure if it was the hurry up as much as Dallas shortening their plays... quicker routes instead of deep ones to combat the pass rush.

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      No huddle, watch the small passes and hand-offs to the RBs, Fewell you need to be prepared for those

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        [quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]No huddle, watch the small passes and hand-offs to the RBs, Fewell you need to be prepared for those[/quote]lol at us telling a NFL DC how to coach a game.

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          [quote user="jjj45"][quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]No huddle, watch the small passes and hand-offs to the RBs, Fewell you need to be prepared for those[/quote]lol at us telling a NFL DC how to coach a game.
          [/quote]







          Well when you have the lowest rated Defense in the NFL a little friendly advice couldn't hurt.

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            This is a big concern for me too. The Giant D can't be "falling down" on this one.

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              Green Bay has the worst rated defense followed by the Patriots.

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                [quote user="buddy33"]Green Bay has the worst rated defense followed by the Patriots.[/quote]

                Technically that's true, but considering that both of those teams have had many blowouts and every one of our wins has been close for most of the game, I don't think that's true in practical terms.

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                  If us fans do our job it will be too loud for them to risk overusing any sort of hurry up BS. If they can't hear they can't run it.
                  My 5 year old son right before the kickoff of the Super Bowl 46: Dad, are the Giants gonna win?

                  Burier: Yes.

                  My 5 year old son right before the kickoff of Super Bowl 46: Do you promise?

                  Burier: Yes. I promise.

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                    Re: I hope Fewell is prepared for the hurry up offense

                    [quote user="jjj45"][quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]No huddle, watch the small passes and hand-offs to the RBs, Fewell you need to be prepared for those[/quote]lol at us telling a NFL DC how to coach a game.
                    [/quote]

                    No one's perfect, Fewell definitely isn't. We watch the games, and we watch them for a reason.

                    Some people are very involved and can see flaws, just because we don't work as a DC doesn't mean we can't see and understand what is going on during the football game.

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                      Actually it does - I played D3 but for me to pretend I can see what Perry does is ABSOLUTELY INSANE. We cant even see enough angles to figure out what defenses they are in - GIMME A BREAK.

                      Tellin Fewell to be aware of the a hurry up offense (which they run a lot and he will see on tape) is like yelling at a lawyer to object when necessary - completely unhelpful. If you do have some ideas of how to stop the no huddle with actual defensive calls - cover 3 - clouds - soft zone - press man and you can back it up with some x's and o's ok then - i will shutup and take a read - otherwise - HE KNOWS. His objective is to stop matt ryan - turner snelling jones douglas white gonzalez - bunch packages - no huddle - shotgun and so much more. Aand they will prepare for everything they have seen and may see Sunday - but sometimes a gameplan works and sometimes it doesnt - it certainly doesnt mean he wont be prepared for it.

                      Hey Gilbride - i hope your thinking about passing the ball sunday - oh oh and run it too.

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                        [quote user="MikeIsaGiant"][quote user="jjj45"][quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]No huddle, watch the small passes and hand-offs to the RBs, Fewell you need to be prepared for those[/quote]lol at us telling a NFL DC how to coach a game.
                        [/quote]

                        No one's perfect, Fewell definitely isn't. We watch the games, and we watch them for a reason.

                        Some people are very involved and can see flaws, just because we don't work as a DC doesn't mean we can't see and understand what is going on during the football game.[/quote]lol just busting balls mike.

                        But it cracks me up when we (myself included) think we can do a better job than somebody who is getting paid millions to do it. Especially when they have years of experience doing it... and we're well, just fans.

                        lol lets not even pretend we have any idea what these guys do in their profession. None of us have a clue.

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                          [quote user="dave56dj"]Actually it does - I played D3 but for me to pretend I can see what Perry does is ABSOLUTELY INSANE. We cant even see enough angles to figure out what defenses they are in - GIMME A BREAK.

                          Tellin Fewell to be aware of the a hurry up offense (which they run a lot and he will see on tape) is like yelling at a lawyer to object when necessary - completely unhelpful. If you do have some ideas of how to stop the no huddle with actual defensive calls - cover 3 - clouds - soft zone - press man and you can back it up with some x's and o's ok then - i will shutup and take a read - otherwise - HE KNOWS. His objective is to stop matt ryan - turner snelling jones douglas white gonzalez - bunch packages - no huddle - shotgun and so much more. Aand they will prepare for everything they have seen and may see Sunday - but sometimes a gameplan works and sometimes it doesnt - it certainly doesnt mean he wont be prepared for it.

                          Hey Gilbride - i hope your thinking about passing the ball sunday - oh oh and run it too.[/quote]

                          this

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                            Re: I hope Fewell is prepared for the hurry up offense

                            [quote user="jjj45"][quote user="MikeIsaGiant"][quote user="jjj45"][quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]No huddle, watch the small passes and hand-offs to the RBs, Fewell you need to be prepared for those[/quote]lol at us telling a NFL DC how to coach a game.
                            [/quote]

                            No one's perfect, Fewell definitely isn't. We watch the games, and we watch them for a reason.

                            Some people are very involved and can see flaws, just because we don't work as a DC doesn't mean we can't see and understand what is going on during the football game.[/quote]lol just busting balls mike.

                            But it cracks me up when we (myself included) think we can do a better job than somebody who is getting paid millions to do it. Especially when they have years of experience doing it... and we're well, just fans.

                            lol lets not even pretend we have any idea what these guys do in their profession. None of us have a clue.
                            [/quote]

                            Lol true, but we can watch other DCs and what they have and compare. We know the problems this defense had, but so far the "simple" adjustment that Fewell made seems to be working quite well.

                            Problem is, why did it take so long? and why is it so inconsistent. At least now we know who to point fingers at.

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                              Re: I hope Fewell is prepared for the hurry up offense

                              [quote user="jjj45"][quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]No huddle, watch the small passes and hand-offs to the RBs, Fewell you need to be prepared for those[/quote]lol at us telling a NFL DC how to coach a game.
                              [/quote]Ha Ha, good one! Fewell is an NFL DC! He is a pretender that an actual NFL DC!

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