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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

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    Favre might just end up topping off that list by years end, seeing he will play with some other awesome weapons..AD, Shanko, PH, BB, SR, CT, BW, ect ect.......Should be a great show to watch.
    If everything works out the way the staff wants it to, it will be even more boring for some........

    Think about it, the biggest reason to bring him in (by most standards) is to help alleviate the stacked boxes.
    If (big if) he can stretch the field with his noodle arm, then the RB's will see more 7 man fronts than they do 8 man fronts which should in turn cause LNAD to audible out of any passing play to a running play for AD.

    Again, rationale would dictate that we run more with LNAD than we did the last two years.
    If in fact that is the case, some would contend that it won't be a "Great Show To Watch".

    Course, some of us on here contend that he won't stay in the scheme, he will probably audible out of running plays into passing plays which in turn will lead to more INT's and scoring by the opposing Defense, which in turn will cause the coaching staff to make more passing plays, which will inturn wear the old Noodle down about week 12 or so.

    That won't be much of a "Great Show To Watch" either.......

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    "jessejames09" wrote:
    "NordicNed" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    I don't see Lord Favre & the Packers anywhere on that list.


    Favre might just end up topping off that list by years end, seeing he will play with some other awesome weapons..AD, Shanko, PH, BB, SR, CT, BW, ect ect.......Should be a great show to watch.
    +1 on paper we would have a top 5 offense. Mind you football isn't played on paper. The potential for greatness is there.

    What Favre can do, in the short game alone, would carry this team. Look at any game he played, in his last year with the Pack, he was simply running the short game perfectly (misdirections, screens, slants, shovel passes). If we can get him to play Chiller ball, even a little bit, to reduce his chances down the field, there's no stopping us.
    +1 You have a great football mind.
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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "jessejames09" wrote:
    What Favre can do, in the short game alone, would carry this team. Look at any game he played, in his last year with the Pack, he was simply running the short game perfectly (misdirections, screens, slants, shovel passes). If we can get him to play Chiller ball, even a little bit, to reduce his chances down the field, there's no stopping us.
    Solid post.


    Problem is, will he be able to play Chiller ball or will he revert to the gunslinger when/if the opportunity presents itself (ala his last year with GB)?
    You mean the year he went to the NFC Championship game?

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "NordicNed" wrote:
    Favre might just end up topping off that list by years end, seeing he will play with some other awesome weapons..AD, Shanko, PH, BB, SR, CT, BW, ect ect.......Should be a great show to watch.
    If everything works out the way the staff wants it to, it will be even more boring for some........

    Think about it, the biggest reason to bring him in (by most standards) is to help alleviate the stacked boxes.
    If (big if) he can stretch the field with his noodle arm, then the RB's will see more 7 man fronts than they do 8 man fronts which should in turn cause LNAD to audible out of any passing play to a running play for AD.

    Again, rationale would dictate that we run more with LNAD than we did the last two years.
    If in fact that is the case, some would contend that it won't be a "Great Show To Watch".

    Course, some of us on here contend that he won't stay in the scheme, he will probably audible out of running plays into passing plays which in turn will lead to more INT's and scoring by the opposing Defense, which in turn will cause the coaching staff to make more passing plays, which will inturn wear the old Noodle down about week 12 or so.

    That won't be much of a "Great Show To Watch" either.......

    Just saying...... :
    This will be a great show to watch. Super Bowl runs always are.

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "jessejames09" wrote:
    What Favre can do, in the short game alone, would carry this team. Look at any game he played, in his last year with the Pack, he was simply running the short game perfectly (misdirections, screens, slants, shovel passes). If we can get him to play Chiller ball, even a little bit, to reduce his chances down the field, there's no stopping us.
    Solid post.


    Problem is, will he be able to play Chiller ball or will he revert to the gunslinger when/if the opportunity presents itself (ala his last year with GB)?
    You mean the year he went to the NFC Championship game?
    ......and tried to chuck it deep to a WR that was triple covered instead of the guys who were wide open underneath who would have sustained the drive.....

    Yup, that player.....
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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "jessejames09" wrote:
    What Favre can do, in the short game alone, would carry this team. Look at any game he played, in his last year with the Pack, he was simply running the short game perfectly (misdirections, screens, slants, shovel passes). If we can get him to play Chiller ball, even a little bit, to reduce his chances down the field, there's no stopping us.
    Solid post.


    Problem is, will he be able to play Chiller ball or will he revert to the gunslinger when/if the opportunity presents itself (ala his last year with GB)?
    You mean the year he went to the NFC Championship game?
    ......and tried to chuck it deep to a WR that was triple covered instead of the guys who were wide open underneath who would have sustained the drive.....

    Yup, that player.....
    ?

    you must be referring to the 20 yard throw, to a receiver who was moderately open in single coverage on the right, which the CB made a great play on the ball and picked off?

    [img width=450 height=208]http://www.benspicks.com/FavreThrow.jpg[/img]

    You exaggerate a tad bit with ol' Favre.

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "jessejames09" wrote:
    What Favre can do, in the short game alone, would carry this team. Look at any game he played, in his last year with the Pack, he was simply running the short game perfectly (misdirections, screens, slants, shovel passes). If we can get him to play Chiller ball, even a little bit, to reduce his chances down the field, there's no stopping us.
    Solid post.


    Problem is, will he be able to play Chiller ball or will he revert to the gunslinger when/if the opportunity presents itself (ala his last year with GB)?
    You mean the year he went to the NFC Championship game?
    ......and tried to chuck it deep to a WR that was triple covered instead of the guys who were wide open underneath who would have sustained the drive.....

    Yup, that player.....
    Yup like none of our QBs have made mistakes. Remember our home playoff game?
    : At least he advanced in the playoffs.

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "jessejames09" wrote:
    What Favre can do, in the short game alone, would carry this team. Look at any game he played, in his last year with the Pack, he was simply running the short game perfectly (misdirections, screens, slants, shovel passes). If we can get him to play Chiller ball, even a little bit, to reduce his chances down the field, there's no stopping us.
    Solid post.


    Problem is, will he be able to play Chiller ball or will he revert to the gunslinger when/if the opportunity presents itself (ala his last year with GB)?
    You mean the year he went to the NFC Championship game?
    ......and tried to chuck it deep to a WR that was triple covered instead of the guys who were wide open underneath who would have sustained the drive.....

    Yup, that player.....
    ?

    you must be referring to the 20 yard throw, to a receiver who was moderately open in single coverage on the right, which the CB made a great play on the ball and picked off?

    [img width=450 height=208]http://www.benspicks.com/FavreThrow.jpg[/img]

    You exaggerate a tad bit with ol' Favre.
    look at the receiver on the left doing an out WIDE open, receiver over the middle WIDE open, the tight end right past the line WIDE open.. and he passes to the guy who has a defender all over him c'mon now even the favre cock smokers can say that was a terrible pass

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "jessejames09" wrote:
    What Favre can do, in the short game alone, would carry this team. Look at any game he played, in his last year with the Pack, he was simply running the short game perfectly (misdirections, screens, slants, shovel passes). If we can get him to play Chiller ball, even a little bit, to reduce his chances down the field, there's no stopping us.
    Solid post.


    Problem is, will he be able to play Chiller ball or will he revert to the gunslinger when/if the opportunity presents itself (ala his last year with GB)?
    You mean the year he went to the NFC Championship game?
    ......and tried to chuck it deep to a WR that was triple covered instead of the guys who were wide open underneath who would have sustained the drive.....

    Yup, that player.....
    ?

    you must be referring to the 20 yard throw, to a receiver who was moderately open in single coverage on the right, which the CB made a great play on the ball and picked off?

    [img width=450 height=208]http://www.benspicks.com/FavreThrow.jpg[/img]

    You exaggerate a tad bit with ol' Favre.
    OK, so it was double coverage..... ;D

    Seriously, he had 2, possibly 3 other options that were better than what he threw to.
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