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Old 11-01-2012   #7
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Default Re: Texans film study and the evolution of Kubiak's offense.

End of first quarter.

The Texans had 21 plays, with 18 different formations.
There were 6 motions and 7 play-action passes.

In the Broncos/Titans game I went through with the same zest, the Broncos ran 21 plays in the first half (as opposed to one quarter for the Texans against the Jags.)
They ran those out of 12 different formations (6 fewer than the Texans).
There were 6 motions (same as the Texans) and 2 play-action passes (pale to compare to the Texans' 7.)

In just one quarter, the Texans had as many plays as the Broncos in one half (21 plays)

The Broncos showed 12 different formations (and a bunch of repeats on the other 9 plays.)
The Texans showed 18 different formations; their other 3 formations were mirrors - no repeat.

Both had 6 pre-snap motions (the Texans motions were more "sophisticate").

The Texans ran 7 PA passes as compared to 2 for the Broncos.
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