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    Re: Anatomy of a play: Peterson TD run

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    So let me get this straight........

    The OL was asking AD to be a little more patient all game and when he finally listened, the blocks developed and he was off to the races......

    Hmmmmmm, so much for all the yutzs out there who think that all he needs to do is run hard and hit the whole fast all the time instead of picking and choosing based on what the OL is doing.

    ;D
    What do ya know?
    So you mean there is more to this NFL thing than just running like a bat out of hell?

    Seriously though, I have been very happy with the patience that AD has shown (at times) while waiting for blocks to develop.
    I think his patience has resulted in more 1 or 2 yard gains as sometimes the block doesn't develop and he is stuck, but in the long run will equal more yards per year and a healthier more productive AllDay

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    Re: Anatomy of a play: Peterson TD run

    Wow Wow Wow Great Video.

    RB, OL, TE, Playcalling, Play Design. All were STELLAR on that play.

    Everybody on the site should be forced to watch that video.
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    Re: Anatomy of a play: Peterson TD run

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    So let me get this straight........

    The OL was asking AD to be a little more patient all game and when he finally listened, the blocks developed and he was off to the races......

    Hmmmmmm, so much for all the yutzs out there who think that all he needs to do is run hard and hit the whole fast all the time instead of picking and choosing based on what the OL is doing.

    ;D

    I believe the people saying that were saying sometimes he trys to wait for something happen and usually it's not there cuz of the bunch in the middle and then it goes for a loss or a gain or 1 or 2

    Sometimes he needs to just book it or bounce it outside


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    Re: Anatomy of a play: Peterson TD run

    "V4L" wrote:
    You could also see Berrian draw Woodson over cuz he plays man coverage

    Awesome design of a play
    I think Woodson was actually covering Dugan, you'll notice he shadowed him across the formation when he went to the other side.
    Berrian wasn't even on that side of the formation.

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    Re: Anatomy of a play: Peterson TD run

    Yup ur right I can't watch the video but I rewatched the game and saw he was singled on Dugan


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    Re: Anatomy of a play: Peterson TD run

    "skum" wrote:
    The wrath of Jeff Dugan.. 3 players.. wow
    same thing I was thinking after watching
    the breakdown, maybe Chillidog is getting better at this playcalling thing huh? ;D
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