I meant gamble as in the running game. I'm saying we dont have to gamble in the pasing game if we employ other techniques which i have already described a few times.
But lets use your gamble as a pretense to another argument. In fact, yes I would like them to gamble. Taking chances and being vulnerable are paramount to unexpected success. EA gambled on Eli. Shoot, I gambled today betting on horses. Taking chances is a part of life and I think the payoff in this case is worth the *possibility* of Eli being pressured 1 or 2 more times a game.
So you signal the defense when Brown is in because they know it's not a pass play?
And your willingness to expose Eli, the franchise, to injury is mind boggling to me. He is already under pressure on most pass plays.
Last edited by RoanokeFan; 10-05-2012 at 11:03 PM.
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