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Old 09-16-2010, 01:00 PM   #16
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Rabach is better than a lot of people give him credit for. He's a smart guy, fairly athletic/moves well, and there's this:

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Old 09-16-2010, 01:14 PM   #17
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Good information Gtripp...thanks.
Why the 0012 behind GTripp? Are there 11 other GTripp's on this sight?

Back to the game, the only disappointment I had about the offense was not seeing the game plan and McNabb spreading the ball around more like we did in preseason. I felt like they were panicking a bit and mostly looking to throw to Cooley and Moss.
McNabb and the offense looks better to me when he is spreading the ball around and throwing to some of our no-name receivers. This keeps the safety's honest and prevents the defense from jumping a play for a turnover.
I hope to see more of A. Armstrong, R. Williams, F. Davis and Co.
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Old 09-16-2010, 01:38 PM   #18
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Cooley open in the flat after Armstong cleared space with his stutter fade route, if McNabb waits a tick longer imo its an easy TD



good call, I was thinking that too.

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Then there were 3 more throws that got away from him
1 was thrown behind Armstrong on 3rd down he ran a shallow crossing/drag route where he had a chance for a catch and run for a possible 1st down
I think that one was a busted screen, but McNabb could've completed it to Armstrong.

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I would like to see more double TE passing sets and more targets for Davis.
Agree. Nice review 30.
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Because I don't understand OL play nearly THIS well:

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Last time I checked, game tape is not readily accessible to fans. Teams have them safely in their headquarters under "lock and key" for players to use.
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I think that one was a busted screen, but McNabb could've completed it to Armstrong


Yeah, the play above McNabb one hopped to Armstrong was on a busted screen that got called back.
The play below he threw behind Armstrong was on a shallow cross/drag route, its hard to see but if he puts the pass out in front Armstrong has a good chance to catch it in stride and keep running-but it was thrown behind him a little and he dropped a tough but makeable catch:



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