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Old 01-06-2005   #7
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Originally Posted by BradK10
Then who's to blame for our suckiness? Maybe we don't need to improve the line. Maybe it's our scheme.

I for one think it is the scheme. We run too many deep patterns. Our passing game has always been most effective running slants, drags and short crossing routes, routes where Carr can get rid of the ball quickly.
I posted this on HPF (as my sandman1604 name) and I'll bring it up here.

Our WRs rarely seem to come back to the ball, which is one of the easiest ways to get a completion because it's so hard for a DB to stay with a WR in those cases.

And I don't think we have a problem of too many deep patterns..with Carr's quick release and strong arm, if he can get just a couple seconds he should be able to find someone open. Not to mention we have good old "offense in a can" (or so the coaches think) Domanick Davis for Carr to dump off to.
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godzmn young fomkss are slow. they can all kissmy ass.

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