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    The Right Players In The Right Situations

    I think a big key to the offensive production tomorrow is having the right personnel in the right situation.

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    It was working when we used David Wilson in later situations when the opponents D-line was tiring and he would go blazing through holes for big runs.

    Play-action down in the red zone might help Eli with options, especially utilizing Hynoski and Pasco more.

    As for Hakeem Nicks... it just seems he's slowly healing so a little Ramses Barden might be nice this week.

    Maybe not playing Diehl and using a "best players play" approach.

    Any other suggestions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueOldSchool View Post
    I think a big key to the offensive production tomorrow is having the right personnel in the right situation.

    For example...

    • It was working when we used David Wilson in later situations when the opponents D-line was tiring and he would go blazing through holes for big runs.

    • Play-action down in the red zone might help Eli with options, especially utilizing Hynoski and Pasco more.

    • As for Hakeem Nicks... it just seems he's slowly healing so a little Ramses Barden might be nice this week.

    • Maybe not playing Diehl and using a "best players play" approach.

    Any other suggestions?
    I think you pretty much nailed it. God I can't wait for tomorrow. Oh one more suggestion the defense has to stay aggressive even if we get a big lead. Only thing a prevent defense does is prevents you from winning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliscruzzz View Post
    I think you pretty much nailed it. God I can't wait for tomorrow. Oh one more suggestion the defense has to stay aggressive even if we get a big lead. Only thing a prevent defense does is prevents you from winning.
    Couldn't agree more... makes me crazy when we're stopping the opponent and then we go from man coverage to that zone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueOldSchool View Post
    I think a big key to the offensive production tomorrow is having the right personnel in the right situation.

    For example...

    • It was working when we used David Wilson in later situations when the opponents D-line was tiring and he would go blazing through holes for big runs.

    • Play-action down in the red zone might help Eli with options, especially utilizing Hynoski and Pasco more.

    • As for Hakeem Nicks... it just seems he's slowly healing so a little Ramses Barden might be nice this week.

    • Maybe not playing Diehl and using a "best players play" approach.

    Any other suggestions?
    Loven it Old school, nicely done. If they can walk into the by with a win, it would be a wonderful thing!

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