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    Re: O-line breakdown vs Detroit.

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Mr" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    I really wish they did differentiate what hole it was in so we could play around with that information.
    Lazy bastards.
    yeah it really would make a world of difference.

    Knowing if we're running behind: McKinnie-Hutch, or Hutch-Birk, or Birk-Hicks, or god forbid Hicks-Cook; would seriously help. We'd know who we were running at, Redding or Rogers, Sims or some scrub LB.

    They had Shaun Rogers, Ernie Sims, and Kalimba Edwards on the left side(their right) those are 3 quality players... they don't stack up to McKinnie, Hutch, and Birk. So it still would be smart to run that way.

    On the right the Lions had Dewayne White(sucks), Cory Redding(good) and Boss Bailey(sucks).... but they're still better than Cook and Hicks.

    Basically, we should have run to the left significantly more.
    I am going to watch the game on Wed and use this info and figure it out!
    lol, break down every play in slow motion and give us the breakdown.
    We want the number of steps before the hole is hit, which hole, type of block, how the opponent got through for the tackle....every gol 'darnit detail that you can find.
    It would be nice if you could throw the nonverbal communication in and facial expressions too.
    I just want to watch it and count how many times one of the Lions did the following:

    a.
    Hit the RB the first time in the Backfield.
    b.
    Forced the QB to scramble.
    c.
    Forced the QB to throw the ball before he had to.
    d.
    Made it into the backfield unimpeded.

    If everyone were to watch a game for things like that some of us would realize that our OL let us down last weekend.

    Fire the OL Coach and get someone else in here.
    If that doesn't work, fire the O-cood.
    If that doesn't work then I guess I'll have to talk to the Ole Chiller.
    ;D
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    Re: O-line breakdown vs Detroit.

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Mr" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    I really wish they did differentiate what hole it was in so we could play around with that information.
    Lazy bastards.
    yeah it really would make a world of difference.

    Knowing if we're running behind: McKinnie-Hutch, or Hutch-Birk, or Birk-Hicks, or god forbid Hicks-Cook; would seriously help. We'd know who we were running at, Redding or Rogers, Sims or some scrub LB.

    They had Shaun Rogers, Ernie Sims, and Kalimba Edwards on the left side(their right) those are 3 quality players... they don't stack up to McKinnie, Hutch, and Birk. So it still would be smart to run that way.

    On the right the Lions had Dewayne White(sucks), Cory Redding(good) and Boss Bailey(sucks).... but they're still better than Cook and Hicks.

    Basically, we should have run to the left significantly more.
    I am going to watch the game on Wed and use this info and figure it out!
    lol, break down every play in slow motion and give us the breakdown.
    We want the number of steps before the hole is hit, which hole, type of block, how the opponent got through for the tackle....every gol 'darnit detail that you can find.
    It would be nice if you could throw the nonverbal communication in and facial expressions too.
    I just want to watch it and count how many times one of the Lions did the following:

    a.
    Hit the RB the first time in the Backfield.
    b.
    Forced the QB to scramble.
    c.
    Forced the QB to throw the ball before he had to.
    d.
    Made it into the backfield unimpeded.

    If everyone were to watch a game for things like that some of us would realize that our OL let us down last weekend.

    Fire the OL Coach and get someone else in here.
    If that doesn't work, fire the O-cood.
    If that doesn't work then I guess I'll have to talk to the Ole Chiller.

    ;D

    Well...............................don't leave us hanging. What were the numbers?

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