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    Analysis, Vikings Running Game vs. Atlanta week one

    26 total runs.

    10 left for 53 yds.

    10 right for 58 yds.

    6 middle for 34 yds









    LE

    LT

    LG

    C

    RG

    RT

    RE

    attempts
    2


    2


    6


    6

    5



    2


    3

    total yds.
    18

    16

    19

    34

    37


    6


    15

    avg.



    9


    8


    3.2

    5.7
    7.4

    3.0

    5.0


    Drive 1

    Taylor L guard
    no gain
    Taylor R guard
    14 yds.
    Taylor R tackle
    4 yds.

    Drive 2

    Peterson L tackle 13 yds.
    Peterson R end

    7 yds.
    Peterson L guard
    5 yds.
    Peterson L guard
    4 yds.

    Drive 3

    Peterson middle
    3 yds.
    Peterson R end

    4 yds.

    Drive 4

    Peterson R end 4 yds.
    Tahi middle
    3 yds.
    Peterson middle
    no gain

    Drive 5

    Peterson R guard
    12 yds.
    Peterson L guard

    3 yds.
    Jackson
    middle

    10 yds.
    Peterson R tackle
    2 yds.
    Peterson L guard

    5 yds.

    Halftime

    Drive 6

    Peterson R guard 6yds.
    Peterson middle
    6 yds.
    Williamson L end
    3 yds.

    Drive 7

    Peterson L end
    15 yds.
    Peterson L tackle -3 yds.

    Drive 8

    Peterson R guard 3yds.
    Peterson midddle 12 yds.
    Tahi L guard
    2 yds.
    Peterson R guard 2yds.

    Surprised?

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    Re: Analysis, Vikings Running Game vs. Atlanta week one

    One thing that looks good to me is the fact that the right side of our O, must have performed well enough not only to see the action they did, but they out did the left side of the line in some stats...




    Now thats a good thing to me... ;D


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    Re: Analysis, Vikings Running Game vs. Atlanta week one

    Can't get any more balanced than that.

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    Re: Analysis, Vikings Running Game vs. Atlanta week one

    we pretty much did whatever we wanted on the ground. interesting stats to see

    nice work on the stat break down btw.
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    Re: Analysis, Vikings Running Game vs. Atlanta week one

    What a great breakdown my friend.

    Were are all the naysayers and scoffers of the right sides abilities? Were are the guys who said that these guys were to big and slow (Behemouths) to execute this blocking scheme?

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    Re: Analysis, Vikings Running Game vs. Atlanta week one

    NOT surprised at all...I knew that the right side would come around come the regular season!
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    Re: Analysis, Vikings Running Game vs. Atlanta week one

    An awesome breakdown.

    When they put 8 in the box, RUN ANYWAYS!

    For this offense to work at all, we must run, run, run the ball.

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    Re: Analysis, Vikings Running Game vs. Atlanta week one

    "V" wrote:
    An awesome breakdown.

    When they put 8 in the box, RUN ANYWAYS!

    For this offense to work at all, we must run, run, run the ball.

    I put up a post in the post game thread nobody responded to. Part of what was in that long boring post, was the fact that ,prior to the long pass overthrow to Troy Williamson in the second half, Atlantas defense had 8 men on the line of scrimmage and 2 backs within 3 to 5 yards of the line of scrimmage with one guy back in the center about 15 yds.
    That's 10 in the box.
    And we ran anyway.
    Our line has come of age.The run is hard to stop. Look out when the passing game gets rolling. And it will because of the line and the running game.
    No sacks game one.
    Defense is better than last year.
    Maybe this team falls flat. I think it just gets better and better with time and experience.
    How do you defense our run with that balanced attack?
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    Re: Analysis, Vikings Running Game vs. Atlanta week one

    Thanks for finding and sharing this!!!
    Can't believe I was out for almost 8 weeks after hip surgery, spent the entire day surfing and studying for fantasy football and never found this site.


    Great info and an encouraging breakdown for us fans.

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    Re: Analysis, Vikings Running Game vs. Atlanta week one

    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    "V" wrote:
    An awesome breakdown.

    When they put 8 in the box, RUN ANYWAYS!

    For this offense to work at all, we must run, run, run the ball.

    I put up a post in the post game thread nobody responded to. Part of what was in that long boring post, was the fact that ,prior to the long pass overthrow to Troy Williamson in the second half, Atlantas defense had 8 men on the line of scrimmage and 2 backs within 3 to 5 yards of the line of scrimmage with one guy back in the center about 15 yds.
    That's 10 in the box.
    And we ran anyway.
    Our line has come of age.The run is hard to stop. Look out when the passing game gets rolling. And it will because of the line and the running game.
    No sacks game one.
    Defense is better than last year.
    Maybe this team falls flat. I think it just gets better and better with time and experience.
    How do you defense our run with that balanced attack?
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