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    Re: 'O' Line & Tjack finding his hot recievers will be key

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    Childress with his inner knowledge and Bevell should be able to lay out a good game plan against the Igglz. It is important that we catch them in 1/1 and make them pay. Chester should play a big role in this game, as he is our "Westbrook". The G-men blitzed us 80% of our offensive snaps last week, and that is great practice heading into this game.


    I am worried about how well Reid knows childress.
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    Re: 'O' Line & Tjack finding his hot recievers will be key

    "nailhead77" wrote:
    "PurpleTide" wrote:

    Childress with his inner knowledge and Bevell should be able to lay out a good game plan against the Igglz. It is important that we catch them in 1/1 and make them pay. Chester should play a big role in this game, as he is our "Westbrook". The G-men blitzed us 80% of our offensive snaps last week, and that is great practice heading into this game.


    I am worried about how well Reid knows childress.
    I don't think he knows him all that much when you talk about the approach to a offensive game plan.
    The two of them seem to be 180 degrees appart with thier approach.
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    Re: 'O' Line & Tjack finding his hot recievers will be key

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "nailhead77" wrote:
    "PurpleTide" wrote:

    Childress with his inner knowledge and Bevell should be able to lay out a good game plan against the Igglz. It is important that we catch them in 1/1 and make them pay. Chester should play a big role in this game, as he is our "Westbrook". The G-men blitzed us 80% of our offensive snaps last week, and that is great practice heading into this game.


    I am worried about how well Reid knows childress.
    I don't think he knows him all that much when you talk about the approach to a offensive game plan.
    The two of them seem to be 180 degrees appart with thier approach.
    I think both coaches have taylor'd their version of the WCO to fit the teams strengths. We run, they pass more.

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    Re: 'O' Line & Tjack finding his hot recievers will be key

    "PurpleTide" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "nailhead77" wrote:
    "PurpleTide" wrote:

    Childress with his inner knowledge and Bevell should be able to lay out a good game plan against the Igglz. It is important that we catch them in 1/1 and make them pay. Chester should play a big role in this game, as he is our "Westbrook". The G-men blitzed us 80% of our offensive snaps last week, and that is great practice heading into this game.


    I am worried about how well Reid knows childress.
    I don't think he knows him all that much when you talk about the approach to a offensive game plan.
    The two of them seem to be 180 degrees appart with thier approach.
    I think both coaches have taylor'd their version of the WCO to fit the teams strengths. We run, they pass more.
    Agree.

    One thing to consider though, they both have access to every second of game tape for how thier respective teams react in any given situation with one exception.......


    TJ.
    Sure he has had some starts, but not alot of film out there that a coord would need to develop serious trends based on down/distance and player personnel sets.....

    Might be to our advantage a bit.
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    Re: 'O' Line & Tjack finding his hot recievers will be key

    I thought they were missing there best DE.

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    Re: 'O' Line & Tjack finding his hot recievers will be key

    Injuries
    [size=10pt]DE Victor Abiamiri FOOT OUT
    G Shawn Andrews BACK OUT [/size]

    WR Jason Avant TRAP PROBABLE
    WR Hank Baskett KNEE QUESTIONABLE
    RB Lorenzo Booker HIP PROBABLE
    LB Stewart Bradley RIB, GROIN QUESTIONABLE
    WR Reggie Brown GROIN PROBABLE
    RB Correll Buckhalter KNEE PROBABLE
    DT Brodrick Bunkley KNEE PROBABLE
    DE Chris Clemons CALF PROBABLE
    DE Trent Cole ANKLE PROBABLE
    S Sean Considine RIB PROBABLE
    WR Kevin Curtis CALF PROBABLE
    S Brian Dawkins ILLNESS QUESTIONABLE
    S Quintin Demps QUADRICEP PROBABLE
    C Jon Dorenbos SHOULDER PROBABLE
    Couple of big guys out there...they have three other OL on IR too...not sure how many are starters.
    Hope our DL can take advantage of that!!
    With or without Pat...


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