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Old 11-16-2012   #94
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Default Re: Week 11 VS Jags. Lets Predict :)

I think Gary will look at Sunday's game as practice for the Lions on Thursday... short week & all, you have to make the most of your opportunities.

So we'll work on our run game, try to get a lot of snaps on film. To this end, he'll instruct Foster to run 3.3 yards, then slip. The important thing here is that OL get on their blocks & influence the L.O.S. and that Foster reads those blocks correctly. There is no benefit to Foster running for 7, 10, or 15 yards before a defender is near him, so he'll keep that flashy stuff to a minimum.

Likewise Schuab will be instructed to go through his progression, but not to pull the trigger until he is on his second pass & not to anyone more than 5 yards beyond the LOS. The objective here is to artificially magnify the Jaguar's pass rush. The goal is for Schaub to work on his Jedi footwork while keeping his eyes downfield.

Kubiak will also challenge Wade to deliver a shut-out. Once the Texans are up by as much as 3 points, he will slow the above mentioned offense down.

I predict, Texans over Jags, 6-0
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