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Old 03-29-2012, 12:38 PM   #61
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Re: A New Look Offense or the Same but Better?

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i see rg3 having a lesser career than stafford (this is being objectve). stafford obviously has the far superior arm and just overall looks like a sexy beast.
I can't really tell whether your trying to make serious contributions to a discussion here?? I hope not...
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i see rg3 having a lesser career than stafford (this is being objectve). stafford obviously has the far superior arm and just overall looks like a sexy beast.
I thought you were the sexy beast? You know Stafford lusts for you and Megatron wants to make you his boy toy ... and you know you would love it.
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i see rg3 having a lesser career than stafford (this is being objectve). stafford obviously has the far superior arm and just overall looks like a sexy beast.
I see you becoming the 'duty court jester' on WP but resigning in tears after a day or so.
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Old 03-29-2012, 02:25 PM   #64
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I can't really tell whether your trying to make serious contributions to a discussion here?? I hope not...
my hilarious jokes are often tinged with fact and knowledgeable discussion and points. fact is, stafford arm >>>>>>>>>>>>> RGIIIs
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I see you becoming the 'duty court jester' on WP but resigning in tears after a day or so.
hahaha im quite comfortable who i am. if youll notice i do have outstanding points on anything redskins-related (obviously anything lions related, i have sources)

just WAIT until i predict something thats going to happen for the lions.

youll have to start an entire thread just to say how awesome i am. but dont, because i already know.
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I can't really tell whether your trying to make serious contributions to a discussion here?? I hope not...
Of course he's serious, he's a Lions fan.
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i see rg3 having a lesser career than stafford (this is being objectve). stafford obviously has the far superior arm and just overall looks like a sexy beast.
Stafford has Megatron. That's going to make him better than a lot of QBs.
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one player does not a WR corps make.
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one player does not a WR corps make.
Well Megatron accounted for 33% of Stafford's passing yards and 39% of TDs. I would say that is pretty significant. Not taking away anything from Stafford, but RG3 will not have anything resembling Megatron in terms of WRs here in Washington.
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I feel like talking/responding to Stafford's big fan is a bad idea...but we're all free to do as we please
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If you are going to give up what we did to get RG III, you better try and tinker with the present offense at least a tad to play to his athleticism somewhat, without trying to get him to try and be a Vick type player, as that would be disasterous. Throw in some bootlegs, more play action, etc. I think McNabb on ESPN was mostly sour grapes, but I think he did make a good point about the Shannys making a potential mistake not trying to revamp the system a bit to play on RG III's strengths.
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if mcnabb retired in jake plummer fashion, his "legacy" would have been much better off. of course mcnabb has sour grapes
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If you are going to give up what we did to get RG III, you better try and tinker with the present offense at least a tad to play to his athleticism somewhat, without trying to get him to try and be a Vick type player, as that would be disasterous. Throw in some bootlegs, more play action, etc. I think McNabb on ESPN was mostly sour grapes, but I think he did make a good point about the Shannys making a potential mistake not trying to revamp the system a bit to play on RG III's strengths.
McNutts is an idiot, he's more mad at us than the shegles they traded you anyone with sense would be mad at them first IMO. You went to the ViQueens basically the same system you ran in Philly blunt and still looked like SH*T that proved MS & KS so right IMO.
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If you are going to give up what we did to get RG III, you better try and tinker with the present offense at least a tad to play to his athleticism somewhat, without trying to get him to try and be a Vick type player, as that would be disasterous. Throw in some bootlegs, more play action, etc. I think McNabb on ESPN was mostly sour grapes, but I think he did make a good point about the Shannys making a potential mistake not trying to revamp the system a bit to play on RG III's strengths.
Getting away from McNabb a little and back to the OP...

I don't think throwing in some bootlegs and playaction would be a departure from the true nature of Mike Shanahan Denver WCO playcalling.
In a sense it would actually be a return to it.
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Old 03-30-2012, 09:50 PM   #75
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o the offense formations will change and our offense will adopt and feature some of Baylor's formations and concepts, like they way the Panthers added some of Auburns formations, plays and concepts?
Baylor has some core concepts in their playbook and one staple is the ability to run the ball from shotgun.
They often use a zone-read play where the QB reads the edge defender (DE or OLB) and makes a decision to keep it or give it the RB.

Kyle has an similar play concept/formation in his offense (although most likely a designed RB run).
If they want to make aspects of Baylor's offense part of their offense we could see a lot more of this:




Imagine Griffin keep the ball once he sees the LBs commit


^^Once Griffin reads the crashing LBs imagine him keeping the ball and out running OLB#50 towards the rightside edge/alley as Hankerson picks up either the pursuit LB or the CB

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Picture Griffin ducking his head in playfake to the RB and throwing over the run committed LBs
(obviously the WRs would be running routes instead of stalk blocking like they're doing in these images)

This is the type of play/formation we could see if they plan to incorporate some of Baylor's offense into a featured role in this year's playcalling.
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