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    Re: Musgrave tailoring offense to players

    Quote Originally Posted by "Zeus" #1106920
    The KAO kicked-ass once the correct QB was found to execute it. Can't deny that.

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    LOL, they have and they will my friend.

    What is even funnier....

    a. AD, stillllllll, like any other RB in the league lines up a bit deeper when he is going to run.

    b. RB's are still trying to hit the "A" and "B" gaps more than they are trying to run outside.

    c. Play calling is still just as predictable.

    etc etc etc.

    But everyone will continue to claim that things have changed. :laugh:
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    Re: Musgrave tailoring offense to players

    Quote Originally Posted by "Zeus" #1106920
    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1106912
    Quote Originally Posted by "battleaxe4cheese" #1106854
    Quote Originally Posted by "Purple Floyd" #1106847
    Quote Originally Posted by "battleaxe4cheese" #1106845
    I don't know about you all, but seams to me that every coach does this to some extent. Look, if a lineman is having trouble with a speed rushing type, they will shift protection/chip with a back to assist. You draft/acquire talent that fits your overall philosophy and then adjust to the talent that is available and healthy that comprises your roster. No big story here IMHO.
    It is after dealing with Childress for 5 years.
    Ya, but the KAO tailors itself to nobody.
    The KAO was DOA
    The KAO kicked-ass once the correct QB was found to execute it. Can't deny that.

    =Z=
    That wasn't the KAO. The KAO was run by Childress.

    What you witnessed in 2009 was the BFO. In the BFO, Childress merely played along.

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    Re: Musgrave tailoring offense to players

    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1106928
    That wasn't the KAO. The KAO was run by Childress.

    What you witnessed in 2009 was the BFO. In the BFO, Childress merely played along.
    Wait, I thought you said the Noodle wasn't allowed to change plays. :whistle:
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    Re: Musgrave tailoring offense to players

    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1106924
    Quote Originally Posted by "Zeus" #1106920
    The KAO kicked-ass once the correct QB was found to execute it. Can't deny that.

    =Z=
    LOL, they have and they will my friend.

    What is even funnier....

    a. AD, stillllllll, like any other RB in the league lines up a bit deeper when he is going to run.

    b. RB's are still trying to hit the "A" and "B" gaps more than they are trying to run outside.

    c. Play calling is still just as predictable.

    etc etc etc.

    But everyone will continue to claim that things have changed. :laugh:
    If they haven't changed, what makes you so sure we'll make the playoffs with a 10-6 record or better when we were 6-10 last year?

    If they haven't changed, what makes you feel the cat we have at HC now is better than the yutz we had? Or are you saying we should have just kept Childress & Bevell, because after all, nothing has changed?

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    Re: Musgrave tailoring offense to players

    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1106932
    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1106928
    That wasn't the KAO. The KAO was run by Childress.

    What you witnessed in 2009 was the BFO. In the BFO, Childress merely played along.
    Wait, I thought you said the Noodle wasn't allowed to change plays. :whistle:
    I did & he wasn't allowed to change plays, but he did anyways. That's common knowledge. There was always a rift between Childress & Favre. I'm surprised you didn't pick up on it. Especially after that public display of it.

    What part of "Good thing Favre didn't listen to Childress" didn't you get in that post you're referring to?

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    Re: Musgrave tailoring offense to players

    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1106934
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1106924
    Quote Originally Posted by "Zeus" #1106920
    The KAO kicked-ass once the correct QB was found to execute it. Can't deny that.

    =Z=
    LOL, they have and they will my friend.

    What is even funnier....

    a. AD, stillllllll, like any other RB in the league lines up a bit deeper when he is going to run.

    b. RB's are still trying to hit the "A" and "B" gaps more than they are trying to run outside.

    c. Play calling is still just as predictable.

    etc etc etc.

    But everyone will continue to claim that things have changed. :laugh:
    If they haven't changed, what makes you so sure we'll make the playoffs with a 10-6 record or better when we were 6-10 last year?

    If they haven't changed, what makes you feel the cat we have at HC now is better than the yutz we had? Or are you saying we should have just kept Childress & Bevell, because after all, nothing has changed?
    Comeon, you know my answers will stir the Noodle crowd up again.

    Go look in my post breaking it down.

    On a side note. I re-re-watched the Dallas game last night. Anyone else pay attention to how many times JA was doubled?:sick:
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    Re: Musgrave tailoring offense to players

    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1106938
    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1106934
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1106924
    Quote Originally Posted by "Zeus" #1106920
    The KAO kicked-ass once the correct QB was found to execute it. Can't deny that.

    =Z=
    LOL, they have and they will my friend.

    What is even funnier....

    a. AD, stillllllll, like any other RB in the league lines up a bit deeper when he is going to run.

    b. RB's are still trying to hit the "A" and "B" gaps more than they are trying to run outside.

    c. Play calling is still just as predictable.

    etc etc etc.

    But everyone will continue to claim that things have changed. :laugh:
    If they haven't changed, what makes you so sure we'll make the playoffs with a 10-6 record or better when we were 6-10 last year?

    If they haven't changed, what makes you feel the cat we have at HC now is better than the yutz we had? Or are you saying we should have just kept Childress & Bevell, because after all, nothing has changed?
    Comeon, you know my answers will stir the Noodle crowd up again.

    Go look in my post breaking it down.

    On a side note. I re-re-watched the Dallas game last night. Anyone else pay attention to how many times JA was doubled?:sick:
    I'll take that as a;

    Frazier = Chiildress
    Musgrave = Bevell

    The only other thing you claim has changed is personnel and as you state it's the GM's responsibility to find the talent, not the coaches.

    On a side note, when you re-re-watched the Dallas game last night, did you notice the open field tackle that was blown by Robison on one of the very 1st plays?

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    Re: Musgrave tailoring offense to players

    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1106935
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1106932
    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1106928
    That wasn't the KAO. The KAO was run by Childress.

    What you witnessed in 2009 was the BFO. In the BFO, Childress merely played along.
    Wait, I thought you said the Noodle wasn't allowed to change plays. :whistle:
    I did & he wasn't allowed to change plays, but he did anyways. That's common knowledge. There was always a rift between Childress & Favre. I'm surprised you didn't pick up on it. Especially after that public display of it.

    What part of "Good thing Favre didn't listen to Childress" didn't you get in that post you're referring to?
    So what your saying is Bevs only sent one play in and didn't really send in 2 or 3 plays that the QB could run based on what the defense shows.

    And the QB just made plays up as he went along.

    Hmmmmm, not sure I quite buy that.
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    Re: Musgrave tailoring offense to players

    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1106948
    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1106935
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1106932
    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1106928
    That wasn't the KAO. The KAO was run by Childress.

    What you witnessed in 2009 was the BFO. In the BFO, Childress merely played along.
    Wait, I thought you said the Noodle wasn't allowed to change plays. :whistle:
    I did & he wasn't allowed to change plays, but he did anyways. That's common knowledge. There was always a rift between Childress & Favre. I'm surprised you didn't pick up on it. Especially after that public display of it.

    What part of "Good thing Favre didn't listen to Childress" didn't you get in that post you're referring to?
    So what your saying is Bevs only sent one play in and didn't really send in 2 or 3 plays that the QB could run based on what the defense shows.

    And the QB just made plays up as he went along.

    Hmmmmm, not sure I quite buy that.
    You can't buy that Favre changed plays? LOL!

    He's Brett "Fucking" Favre. What part of that don't you get?

    If Favre agreed with what was sent in, he went with it.

    If Favre disagreed with what was sent in, he changed it.

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    Re: Musgrave tailoring offense to players

    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1106945
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1106938
    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1106934
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1106924
    Quote Originally Posted by "Zeus" #1106920
    The KAO kicked-ass once the correct QB was found to execute it. Can't deny that.

    =Z=
    LOL, they have and they will my friend.

    What is even funnier....

    a. AD, stillllllll, like any other RB in the league lines up a bit deeper when he is going to run.

    b. RB's are still trying to hit the "A" and "B" gaps more than they are trying to run outside.

    c. Play calling is still just as predictable.

    etc etc etc.

    But everyone will continue to claim that things have changed. :laugh:
    If they haven't changed, what makes you so sure we'll make the playoffs with a 10-6 record or better when we were 6-10 last year?

    If they haven't changed, what makes you feel the cat we have at HC now is better than the yutz we had? Or are you saying we should have just kept Childress & Bevell, because after all, nothing has changed?
    Comeon, you know my answers will stir the Noodle crowd up again.

    Go look in my post breaking it down.

    On a side note. I re-re-watched the Dallas game last night. Anyone else pay attention to how many times JA was doubled?:sick:
    I'll take that as a;

    Frazier = Chiildress
    Musgrave = Bevell

    The only other thing you claim has changed is personnel and as you state it's the GM's responsibility to find the talent, not the coaches.

    On a side note, when you re-re-watched the Dallas game last night, did you notice the open field tackle that was blown by Robison on one of the very 1st plays?
    I don't think the Chiller and Leslie are even close to each other.
    I bet that if we hid our O-coord you couldn't tell who was calling plays.

    Yes I did. He actually missed several plays.

    Thats why I said that I am starting to buy in to him being there but am going to wait until week 4 (I think I said week 4) before I buy in totally.
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