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  • fraguela09
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    Benjamin Allbright

    @AllbrightNFL
    Counterpoint to Flacco:

    If it "isnt that hard to get in FG range" why wasn't he able to get them there on the Broncos final 6 drives

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  • fraguela09
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    Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
    Joe is averaging 5.4 yards a throw, we needed 5 yards.......i am no math mathematician but that seems like something we probably could convert.
    It should’ve been a 2-play action plan to get those 5 yards, for a game-sealing first down. Instead of running ball for no gain, just to force the defense to burn its final timeout.... the thinking should’ve been, let’s call 2 plays to get those yards...

    Who cares about stopping clock and stuff? MItch Trubinsky and some mid round rookie QB, in DEN, easily marched into FG position.... Heck, Indy did it at end of first half.

    OC and Fangio living on planet delusional for thinking that route was one to take to win this game.

    Now, it’s a game of inches.... If Miller gets that sack... a great plan. But, given evidence of previous outcomes.... you’re better off trying twice to pick up first down.... if you fail, you
    Always have chance to stop them anyway.

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  • 58Miller
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    Originally posted by Peerless View Post
    In a way - it is putting the ball in his own hands if he throws it.

    Should it have been a pass? Oh for sure. I will never disagree with anyone on it.

    But this team can't rely on Flacco to put the team on his back and win the game off of his arm.

    The running game was pretty stuffed today. I highly doubt they would have been thrown off by a play-action pass. And I just can't image Joe Flacco with his 5.4 yards per pass average to REALLY move the chains in crunch time.
    Joe is averaging 5.4 yards a throw, we needed 5 yards.......i am no math mathematician but that seems like something we probably could convert.

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  • JvDub95
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    Flacco needs to look in the mirror and take blame for his own pathetic play before he calls out anyone!! I'm watching the Packers Chiefs game and the Chiefs are running the exact same game plan just LB blitzing every other play. One difference......ROGERS CAN ACTUALLY SCRAMBLE!!!!! Everytime the Chiefs put a Blitz on him he scrambles out and burns them running it himself.

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  • KWHIT97
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    When the coaches don’t trust their QB to make a play they have to go conservative. Hit the road Joe and take Richie with ya!

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  • Megalodon30
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    Originally posted by arapaho View Post
    I don’t even take it as joe saying put it in my hands

    I think what he means is call a play that has a chance to be successful if that’s from a pass or run

    We needed five to win the game so instead of Running a 190 pound rb right into the gut of a defense expecting a run

    Play action, how about some motion, jet sweep, or off tackle with a lead

    That call was to make the defense use a to and not to get a first, It was called because the coaches were scared to go for it and call a play that failed and stopped the clock


    They were scared to try and win
    Penalties are an execution problem. Which is my point. It doesn't matter how you call plays. Scangarello could call a perfect game; if the players don't execute, it means diddly squat.

    It's impossible to tell how well Scangarello is calling when we have a QB that can't execute any of it anyway. Belichick could be running our offense, but as long as Flacco is the QB, we'd still struggle. A playcaller can only do so much with an inferior talent at the most important position in all of football.

    Of course they're scared to be aggressive. Our offense is averaging less than 12 points per game over the past 3 and we've been atrocious on third down. How can you be aggressive if you can't trust your QB to make plays that he has consistently been unable to make?

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  • Red_Label
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    Originally posted by arapaho View Post
    He did run for firsts this game was you watching? He did move in the pocket and outside it

    His blindness you mean the play where nobody was open and the only chance in hell was either a deep completion in fg range at the sideline, a PI in Fg range, or somebody breaks free and he can hit them for a td

    To belly ache about that plays shows you don’t watch
    I was refering to the previous games that he helped to LOSE by not running, and showing as much emotion as a robot.

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  • Peerless
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    Originally posted by arapaho View Post
    I don’t even take it as joe saying put it in my hands

    I think what he means is call a play that has a chance to be successful if that’s from a pass or run

    We needed five to win the game so instead of Running a 190 pound rb right into the gut of a defense expecting a run

    Play action, how about some motion, jet sweep, or off tackle with a lead

    That call was to make the defense use a to and not to get a first, It was called because the coaches were scared to go for it and call a play that failed and stopped the clock


    They were scared to try and win
    In a way - it is putting the ball in his own hands if he throws it.

    Should it have been a pass? Oh for sure. I will never disagree with anyone on it.

    But this team can't rely on Flacco to put the team on his back and win the game off of his arm.

    The running game was pretty stuffed today. I highly doubt they would have been thrown off by a play-action pass. And I just can't image Joe Flacco with his 5.4 yards per pass average to REALLY move the chains in crunch time.

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  • Peerless
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    Maybe Flacco should go rogue and audible out of his first rookie offensive coordinator's play-call?

    Well, maybe he shouldn't. He seems to have a hard time already trying to identify a defensive set.

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  • Al Wilson 4 Mayor
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    Why didn’t we go for it on 4th and 5? Have you not seen your own film this year Joe??

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  • arapaho
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    Originally posted by Peerless View Post
    Flacco wants be more aggressive? Jeez Joe, take a look at yourself two weeks ago during the KC game.

    I mean c'mon. Today Joe was 20/32 for 174 yards without a touchdown or interception. He averaged 5.4 yards per pass. So aggressive.

    I don’t even take it as joe saying put it in my hands

    I think what he means is call a play that has a chance to be successful if that’s from a pass or run

    We needed five to win the game so instead of Running a 190 pound rb right into the gut of a defense expecting a run

    Play action, how about some motion, jet sweep, or off tackle with a lead

    That call was to make the defense use a to and not to get a first, It was called because the coaches were scared to go for it and call a play that failed and stopped the clock


    They were scared to try and win

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  • jbones733
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    He’s right but he wasn’t such an Awful, abomination of a QB it wouldn’t be an issue

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  • Peerless
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    Flacco wants be more aggressive? Jeez Joe, take a look at yourself two weeks ago during the KC game. Dumping the ball off to a RB just to get back to the LOS over and over and OVER again. And then one time, he got Lindsey BLOWN up (in which TV cameras caught him yelling/angry and average Joe).

    Last edited by Peerless; 10-27-2019, 06:57 PM.

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  • OrangeCrush_304
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    Great defensive head coaches need a franchise QB to be successful.

    Great offensive minded head coaches can get away with average QB’s and make them look better.

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  • dizzolve
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    It's the old what do you do when your back is up against the wall? Flacco wants to fight. Can't blame him for that .........after all what are we protecting by being conservative? .... our nearly unblemished record for the season?

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