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    Fewells scheme

    Perry wanted the center collapsed and he stayed with that through the entire game. He allowed an inexperienced group to work in
    a small space that nullified our speed rush and gave up over 140yds rushing. The guy just does not seem to adjust well at the half.

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    We seem to never make adjusments on O or D mid game, Kinda like we'll stick to the same crap game plan even if its not working...

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    Quote Originally Posted by myles2424 View Post
    We seem to never make adjusments on O or D mid game, Kinda like we'll stick to the same crap game plan even if its not working...
    Adjusting implies that you have a game plan. Coughlin's coaching staff have never had any game plan whatsoever all these years that he is HC. That's the reason why you do not see any adjustments. The Giants team goes as Eli goes. If we cannot score from the 5, you see the results.

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    The Giants need to find some cover corners all they will be torched all year on the quick pass. D Line had no chance with Romo hitting quick hitters at ease.
    Forget the Past, Live for the Future!

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    Anyone who blames this loss on scheme is delusional. We lost this game on the physical aspect. This Giants team was sofT (with a capital T) our offensive line got beat up, or Defensive Line got pushed around in the 2nd half, we had injuries and Boley had menstrual cramps. Poor Blackburn got ran over, and the rest of the team didnt look like they wanted to tackle again. The only positive I got from this game is Eli completed the game healthy.

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    I think Fewell should have adjusted back to his three safety scheme especially after the cowboys went crazy pass happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantsforce View Post
    Adjusting implies that you have a game plan. Coughlin's coaching staff have never had any game plan whatsoever all these years that he is HC. That's the reason why you do not see any adjustments. The Giants team goes as Eli goes. If we cannot score from the 5, you see the results.
    No gameplan? I hope you are joking. LOL

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    it's hard to adjust when tryon can't cover or if the secondary can't stop a slant

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