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Old 01-10-2013   #99
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Default Re: "You take the 3 points and move on"

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Originally Posted by The Pencil Neck View Post
I disagree with this.

This offense is not the offense Kubes ran in Denver. It's similar. It's got a lot of the same plays. It's based off the same concepts. But Kubiak has added a lot of new wrinkles over the years. He's much more creative with the tight-ends and how he pulls guys. It's not a pure zone blocking scheme all the time now -- it has trap and pull elements now.
& they added the wham block.

The Patriots used the "wham block" (so termed by John Gruden on MNF) to neutralize Antonio & Watt. The offensive lineman feigns a block, Antonio/Jj feels like they've penetrated the OL, and a TE/WR blindsides him.... seriously deterring his path to the RB.

We did the same thing a couple of times vs Cincinnati to Peko & Atkins. Very affective.
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