Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Wolf, Jun 3, 2006.
hmm a website with just eric news
Wow! A site just for Eric Moulds news! Why does this not surprise me?
Should it surprise you?
No, it doesn't surprise me at all.
give ya a news flash..
there is www.davidcarr.com under construction..
I believe DD has a website too..
Hmmm, I sat through a coaching session deal yesterday--my report will be on the blog when the Chronicle people post it.
Anyhow, as for reads, as I understand it--under the Denver system, many of the routes require the QB to look for the deep progression first then middle then short, unless the defense requires a dump because of a blitz. Though they are looking to get the ball to Andre, they are not going to be trying to force him to get it. That by making the defense defend all parts of the field--by using the TEs, RB (both running and catching), you are more likely to get the ball to Moulds and Johnson in places where they are likely to have space to do something after the catch.
A lot of who will get the ball is going to be based on how the defense is cheating one way or another--I watched Bronco films showing how a defender was being too aggressive one way or another, and so they called plays specifically to exploit tendencies the coaches saw in the booth.
Personally, I have little concern what his fantasy stats are because that doesn't contribute to winning. What I do like is how he is hanging with the other receivers and helping them out with stuff and oh, btw, he is freaking built.
What I mean is why should it surprise you? What would be surprising about a website with moulds news? I just dont quite get where you are coming from.
Yea I got the chance to meet him yesterday, he was walking out of the BP at Minute Maide, he looks like a MLB, if I did not see his face I would have guest LB.
aren't all pass plays built like this?
Often times the number one receiver, such as AJ or TO or such, is the first read, then they move on depending on the play.
Yeah, the star receiver is usually the first read, but it also depends on the situation.
Seems strange, not every play is going to be ran to the #1's side, so you're saying that if AJ is lined up left, and the play is a roll right, that DC's first read would be backside, and not the deepest player on the rollout side? That's how every offense I ever QB'ed worked.
Because everything Kubiak does is automatically negative and all his players have no character. Dom on the other hand looked for class and that means all his players have class too.
In other words, another post by Bobo and the world keeps on turning.
I think he'll bring less double teams and cheating over to Dre's side leaving both our #1 and #2 receivers a little more open for plenty of opportunities for big plays downfield.
Bah.. I wasted a perfectly good 1000th post on the dude.
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