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Old 12-15-2009, 06:21 PM   #76
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Re: Smoot Lays the Smack Down (Redskins vs. Raiders)

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There were a few sacks of JC where the defender came through untouched. Sometimes, you call that when it's a screen or a shuttle pass or something, but those weren't the calls on those sacks. JC could have been knocked out. The O-line really has to develop more consistency -- too many breakdowns.
Ganther went the wrong way once, leading to a sack. With all the turnover we've had at RB, that's pretty understandable. Protection schemes in the NFL are of algebraic complexity.
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Ganther went the wrong way once, leading to a sack. With all the turnover we've had at RB, that's pretty understandable. Protection schemes in the NFL are of algebraic complexity.
is that his responsibilty to see that or is that somethign jc should call out?
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is that his responsibilty to see that or is that somethign jc should call out?
From what I understand, Rabach is responsible for calling the protection, and Campbell can change it (more specifically, he can change the play) if the front is not to his liking. Zorn protections, from what I understand, are specific to the team they are playing. So it's probably just on Ganther.

Of course, if Campbell had changed the play, he needs to give ample time for the line to sort the new protection, and the backs to adjust.
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From what I understand, Rabach is responsible for calling the protection, and Campbell can change it (more specifically, he can change the play) if the front is not to his liking. Zorn protections, from what I understand, are specific to the team they are playing. So it's probably just on Ganther.

Of course, if Campbell had changed the play, he needs to give ample time for the line to sort the new protection, and the backs to adjust.
thanks, yeah that play stuck out to me i couldn't tell who it was on, it seemed like the tackle should have helped outside, but i don't know, but overall we had decent protection for what we have for most of the game. hope they kept it up
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I can confirm that I saw what they flagged him for was a hand gesture. There's nothing explicit in the rule book that would suggest that anything he did should be flagged, but he left himself open to such interpretation with excessive celebration.

The officials didn't see very much in general all game, so I'm not too worried about him needing an "attitude adjustment."
They thought they saw him "saluting" the crowd

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They thought they saw him "saluting" the crowd

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i still don't get how....(dammit can't remeber who for oakland) got the td and jumped into the stands and got stuck for a bit and didn't get a delay of game, at the least. again it comes back to the penalties and how inconsistant they were in the game and through out the season.
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Re: Smoot Lays the Smack Down (Redskins vs. Raiders)

It just felt good to watch a blowout for the Skins --even if it was the Raiders--and a Cowgirl loss at home in the same day.
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It just felt good to watch a blowout for the Skins --even if it was the Raiders--and a Cowgirl loss at home in the same day.
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