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awtysst
12-04-2005, 05:58 PM
I did not get a chance to watch today's game. I want to know from people who didi see it how did the Offenisve line play?

I am not looking for answers like "Carr sucks" or "Oline still sucks" but something along the lines of a short analysis. Who was responsible for the sacks? Was the problem the LT position? Were the Guards or center getting pushed around? Was the RT to blame? Did Carr shoulder most of the issues? Why? Please try ti throw emotion out the window and provide a clear, objective anlaysis.

Thanks in advance.

utahmark
12-04-2005, 06:10 PM
i think each of our tackles gave up a sack. at least one of the sacks was on carr. d davis might of been responsible for 1 sack.

carr still didnt have enough time.

the run blocking was very good.

suggs basically had his way with anyone on our line.

keyfro
12-04-2005, 06:21 PM
johnson had a few drops too so let's not give him a free pass in the game...d-rob missed some assignments too...overall the defense came to play for about 3 and half quarters...the offense showed up to run the ball but not to pass block or really to pass the ball at all

MorKnolle
12-04-2005, 06:36 PM
johnson had a few drops too so let's not give him a free pass in the game...d-rob missed some assignments too...overall the defense came to play for about 3 and half quarters...the offense showed up to run the ball but not to pass block or really to pass the ball at all

I think the defensive players showed up for the whole game, but the coaching once again fell flat in the closing minutes. I knew we'd go into those soft zones the last possessions and they'd march down the field just like last week. I'm glad to see us applying more pressure than earlier in the year, but we still sit back into zones too much and we did it the first couple plays of that last possession after we had put decent pressure on the whole game. Any QB in the NFL will find an open receiver if you give him 8 seconds and a zone to throw into, a rookie QB from Stanford proved that last week. The one play of that possession that we decide to blitz heavy is when they are within 10 yards of FG range and can just toss something quick and short to win the game, rather than rushing a bunch when they were backed up with 80 yards to go.