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samparnell
samparnell
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Last Activity: Today, 05:15 AM
Joined: 11-28-2007
Location: Las Manzanitas, NM
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  • samparnell
    replied to Drop the Bomb on Who?
    Denver will have over a dozen offensive "skill" players for Russell to work with. When the roster is announced, the depth will mean a number of five player combinations to whom Russell can deliver the ball.

    There is a significant amount of competition on the O-Line not only to...
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    Last edited by samparnell; Yesterday, 06:18 PM. Reason: Format

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  • samparnell
    replied to Drop the Bomb on Who?
    Different descriptive terms. Pass and catch only, or yards after catch, too? Is a "bomb" only thrown from the minus side of the 50? How about a long pass thrown into the EZ for a TD?...
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  • samparnell
    replied to Drop the Bomb on Who?
    The back of short zones is fifteen yards. Deep halves, thirds and quarters begin about there. Twenty yards is deep by defensive secondary standards, if that is where the ball is thrown and caught. Third and up to about three is short, four to about seven is medium and over that is long....
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  • samparnell
    replied to Russell Wilson to Denver
    There are three phases to fielding a football team at any level: 1) get football players; 2) coach football players; and, 3) play football games.

    Phase one is basically over. There will be a few subtractions and additions with slight possibility of another high profile acquisition. The...
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    Last edited by samparnell; Yesterday, 12:55 PM. Reason: clarification

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  • samparnell
    replied to Russell Wilson to Denver
    Russell Wilson is an upgrade at Denver's QB position. We shall see if he and the new coaching staff can improve the results as compared to previous years. It will be interesting from a football POV.
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  • samparnell
    replied to Mlb
    Am looking forward to seeing what the new coaching staff does with what Paton has provided them.
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  • samparnell
    replied to 15 Year Club
    Yep. Six months for me, I think....
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  • samparnell
    replied to Mlb
    Inside Backers could cover a TE in their short zone. In Cover 1/0, it would be less likely for an ILB to get a TE because they count in from the outside. If the formation was a Trips/Trey look with two off receivers outside Y, an Inside Backer could end up on the Y depending on the alignment. Al...
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  • samparnell
    replied to Russell Wilson to Denver
    The ball was on the left hash. If they had been in Wing I Right, the strength of the formation would have been on the right, NE's left. Wilson could Boot left out of the play action to the right and have X Corner, Y Drag, Wing/H Hook, R Flat available with the option to run and a TO w/two more downs,...
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  • samparnell
    replied to Russell Wilson to Denver
    There you go. After the play was over, the broadcasters and just about everyone else criticized the play call. 2nd & G from +1 w/1 TO, Lynch in the backfield and Seattle runs pick/slant out of Spread/Gun against GL D? SMH ...
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  • samparnell
    replied to Russell Wilson to Denver
    Do you think that was the first time Seattle ran that play that year? Will guarantee NE scouted every offensive snap that season. Twins with outside receiver off. The best way for a DB to defend Slant is inside leverage which is impossible in that formation.

    By lining up in Spread/Gun Seattle...
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  • samparnell
    replied to Russell Wilson to Denver
    If D knowing the play to defend is irrelevant, there would probably never be any interceptions. Try looking at the play yourself instead of just accepting Carter's opinion without question....
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  • samparnell
    replied to Russell Wilson to Denver
    We can agree on what an interception is. What you are saying is that interceptions are always the QB's fault. Watch and study enough football and you will find that is not the case. The play is on YouTube for your viewing. There are several things that can happen when a pass is attempted and only...
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  • samparnell
    replied to Russell Wilson to Denver
    As long as you're talking about "people", people on this message board have blamed Pat Shurmur's play calling for lack of success on the field. Apply that to the situation for which you blame a Super Bowl loss on Russell Wilson.

    2nd & Goal from the +1 with one TO left. Lynch...
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  • samparnell
    replied to Russell Wilson to Denver
    Did Russell call that play?...
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  • samparnell
    replied to Russell Wilson to Denver
    Without peer....
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  • samparnell
    replied to Russell Wilson to Denver
    Correction, doe snot NTBCW buck snot NTBCW buckshot. ...
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  • There is plenty of competition within each O-Line from learning the plays and blocking rules to the Sumo Circle and the weight room. On the practice field the only way to earn one's way into the starting five is by proving oneself against one's O-Line teammates. Each one is trying to forge to the...
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  • samparnell
    replied to Russell Wilson to Denver
    Sure, no doubt.

    Most NFL playbooks are so large they contain enough to run several styles of offense depending on the scouting report. The previous discussion was about what Russell had been asked to run in Seattle in the past depending on who the OC was and what he wanted to emphasize....
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  • samparnell
    replied to Mlb
    When Denver departed from the base odd front last year and put in an extra DB, they usually pulled the 0 tech and presented a split front look keeping both Inside Backers. Have heard that the Rams would add an extra DB by pulling one of the ILBs from the base odd front. We may see that added this...
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