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    Re: Is it time to eye the record books yet?

    "VikingsTw" wrote:
    LMAO at whoever said the defenses have AD's number! We have been seeing stacked boxes for two years straight, we have had no problem running against stacked boxes most of time. Reason being is supreme blocking from our TE's, Shancoe, Klinny, our FB in Tony Richardson and our WR's, Wade and Furgy did an outstanding job.

    If we continue to see stacked boxes it will be up to the front line to stay consistent, last year we lost that consistency and Peterson's #'s dropped.
    That would be me. Here are AD's YDs & AVG since the 296 yard Bears game.

    10 11/11
    GB

    45

    4.1
    13 12/02
    DET
    116
    7.7
    14 12/09
    SF

    14

    3 .0
    15 12/17
    CHI
    78
    3.9
    16 12/23
    WAS 27

    3.0
    17 12/30
    DEN
    36

    3.3


    Here's Taylors in those same games

    10 11/11
    GB

    37
    12.3
    13 12/02
    DET
    70

    5.0
    14 12/09
    SF
    101
    12.6
    15 12/17
    CHI
    31


    6.2
    16 12/23
    WAS 14


    2.3
    17 12/30
    DEN
    83


    8.3

    If it was a matter of just inconsistent blocking & assuming AD is as good a RB or better than Taylor, then one would expect AD's Avg per carry to be as good or better than Taylors in any given game.

    With the exception of the DET & WAS games, It is not. There was a 2.7 difference in the DET game, but only a 0.7 difference in the WAS game.

    We may have faced stacked boxes before, but last year their main focus was on AD when he was in the backfield & they keyed on him.

    I don't expect that to change until or passing threat forces their hand.

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    Re: Is it time to eye the record books yet?

    I think TJack will break Manning's TD record this year
    Rock out with your cock out!!!

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    Re: Is it time to eye the record books yet?

    "jkjuggalo" wrote:
    I think TJack will break Manning's TD record this year

    lmao ;D
    whatever you've been smokin.........got any more?
    I put a sig on here before, but it expired?
    Now i have tried again but seem to be retarded.......oh well,

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    Re: Is it time to eye the record books yet?

    "singersp" wrote:
    "VikingsTw" wrote:
    LMAO at whoever said the defenses have AD's number! We have been seeing stacked boxes for two years straight, we have had no problem running against stacked boxes most of time. Reason being is supreme blocking from our TE's, Shancoe, Klinny, our FB in Tony Richardson and our WR's, Wade and Furgy did an outstanding job.

    If we continue to see stacked boxes it will be up to the front line to stay consistent, last year we lost that consistency and Peterson's #'s dropped.
    That would be me. Here are AD's YDs & AVG since the 296 yard Bears game.

    10 11/11

    GB

    45

    4.1
    13 12/02

    DET
    116
    7.7
    14 12/09

    SF

    14

    3 .0
    15 12/17

    CHI

    78

    3.9
    16 12/23

    WAS 27

    3.0
    17 12/30

    DEN
    36

    3.3


    Here's Taylors in those same games

    10 11/11

    GB


    37
    12.3
    13 12/02

    DET

    70


    5.0
    14 12/09

    SF

    101

    12.6
    15 12/17

    CHI

    31


    6.2
    16 12/23

    WAS 14


    2.3
    17 12/30

    DEN
    83


    8.3

    If it was a matter of just inconsistent blocking & assuming AD is as good a RB or better than Taylor, then one would expect AD's Avg per carry to be as good or better than Taylors in any given game.

    With the exception of the DET & WAS games, It is not. There was a 2.7 difference in the DET game, but only a 0.7 difference in the WAS game.

    We may have faced stacked boxes before, but last year their main focus was on AD when he was in the backfield & they keyed on him.

    I don't expect that to change until or passing threat forces their hand.
    Or AD becomes a better pass blocker so that we aren't a one dimensional team with AD in there.

    Truth of the matter is, and all the AD crotchsniffers will instantly go up in arms over this, because he had issues (all rookie RB's do) with pass blocking we were pretty one dimensional with him in there.


    As the numbers that Singer provided indicate (CT vs AD), when the Defenses have to play both the pass and the run (regardless of inept our QB/WR were last year) the OL provided ample room for the RB to get yards.
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    Re: Is it time to eye the record books yet?

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "VikingsTw" wrote:
    LMAO at whoever said the defenses have AD's number! We have been seeing stacked boxes for two years straight, we have had no problem running against stacked boxes most of time. Reason being is supreme blocking from our TE's, Shancoe, Klinny, our FB in Tony Richardson and our WR's, Wade and Furgy did an outstanding job.

    If we continue to see stacked boxes it will be up to the front line to stay consistent, last year we lost that consistency and Peterson's #'s dropped.
    That would be me. Here are AD's YDs & AVG since the 296 yard Bears game.

    10 11/11

    GB

    45

    4.1
    13 12/02

    DET
    116
    7.7
    14 12/09

    SF

    14

    3 .0
    15 12/17

    CHI

    78

    3.9
    16 12/23

    WAS 27

    3.0
    17 12/30

    DEN
    36

    3.3


    Here's Taylors in those same games

    10 11/11

    GB


    37
    12.3
    13 12/02

    DET

    70


    5.0
    14 12/09

    SF

    101

    12.6
    15 12/17

    CHI

    31


    6.2
    16 12/23

    WAS 14


    2.3
    17 12/30

    DEN
    83


    8.3

    If it was a matter of just inconsistent blocking & assuming AD is as good a RB or better than Taylor, then one would expect AD's Avg per carry to be as good or better than Taylors in any given game.

    With the exception of the DET & WAS games, It is not. There was a 2.7 difference in the DET game, but only a 0.7 difference in the WAS game.

    We may have faced stacked boxes before, but last year their main focus was on AD when he was in the backfield & they keyed on him.

    I don't expect that to change until or passing threat forces their hand.
    Or AD becomes a better pass blocker so that we aren't a one dimensional team with AD in there.

    Truth of the matter is, and all the AD crotchsniffers will instantly go up in arms over this, because he had issues (all rookie RB's do) with pass blocking we were pretty one dimensional with him in there.


    As the numbers that Singer provided indicate (CT vs AD), when the Defenses have to play both the pass and the run (regardless of inept our QB/WR were last year) the OL provided ample room for the RB to get yards.
    Adrian's pass blocking is definitely huge issue that was likely addressed in the offseason. Chester is not known as a great blocker either, but he is a veteran and at least seems to know what he is doing back there, so when he is in there is a lot more of a chance that there can be passes or play-action passes.
    With All Day in, you cannot pass as effectively and it is fairly well know. Hopefully after one year under his belt he will improve in this area. I think people would be surprised how AD being able to block would make our offense that much better.

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    Re: Is it time to eye the record books yet?

    "midgensa" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "VikingsTw" wrote:
    LMAO at whoever said the defenses have AD's number! We have been seeing stacked boxes for two years straight, we have had no problem running against stacked boxes most of time. Reason being is supreme blocking from our TE's, Shancoe, Klinny, our FB in Tony Richardson and our WR's, Wade and Furgy did an outstanding job.

    If we continue to see stacked boxes it will be up to the front line to stay consistent, last year we lost that consistency and Peterson's #'s dropped.
    That would be me. Here are AD's YDs & AVG since the 296 yard Bears game.

    10 11/11

    GB

    45

    4.1
    13 12/02

    DET
    116
    7.7
    14 12/09

    SF

    14

    3 .0
    15 12/17

    CHI

    78

    3.9
    16 12/23

    WAS 27

    3.0
    17 12/30

    DEN
    36

    3.3


    Here's Taylors in those same games

    10 11/11

    GB


    37
    12.3
    13 12/02

    DET

    70


    5.0
    14 12/09

    SF

    101

    12.6
    15 12/17

    CHI

    31


    6.2
    16 12/23

    WAS 14


    2.3
    17 12/30

    DEN
    83


    8.3

    If it was a matter of just inconsistent blocking & assuming AD is as good a RB or better than Taylor, then one would expect AD's Avg per carry to be as good or better than Taylors in any given game.

    With the exception of the DET & WAS games, It is not. There was a 2.7 difference in the DET game, but only a 0.7 difference in the WAS game.

    We may have faced stacked boxes before, but last year their main focus was on AD when he was in the backfield & they keyed on him.

    I don't expect that to change until or passing threat forces their hand.
    Or AD becomes a better pass blocker so that we aren't a one dimensional team with AD in there.

    Truth of the matter is, and all the AD crotchsniffers will instantly go up in arms over this, because he had issues (all rookie RB's do) with pass blocking we were pretty one dimensional with him in there.


    As the numbers that Singer provided indicate (CT vs AD), when the Defenses have to play both the pass and the run (regardless of inept our QB/WR were last year) the OL provided ample room for the RB to get yards.
    Adrian's pass blocking is definitely huge issue that was likely addressed in the offseason. Chester is not known as a great blocker either, but he is a veteran and at least seems to know what he is doing back there, so when he is in there is a lot more of a chance that there can be passes or play-action passes.
    With All Day in, you cannot pass as effectively and it is fairly well know. Hopefully after one year under his belt he will improve in this area. I think people would be surprised how AD being able to block would make our offense that much better.
    Excellent post my friend.

    I am sure that he is sitting in some of the same film study sessions TJ, Birk and the rest of the Backs and TE's are in looking at what was done wrong/right last year.

    I expect we will see alot of improvement in that area this year.
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    Re: Is it time to eye the record books yet?

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "midgensa" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "VikingsTw" wrote:
    LMAO at whoever said the defenses have AD's number! We have been seeing stacked boxes for two years straight, we have had no problem running against stacked boxes most of time. Reason being is supreme blocking from our TE's, Shancoe, Klinny, our FB in Tony Richardson and our WR's, Wade and Furgy did an outstanding job.

    If we continue to see stacked boxes it will be up to the front line to stay consistent, last year we lost that consistency and Peterson's #'s dropped.
    That would be me. Here are AD's YDs & AVG since the 296 yard Bears game.

    10 11/11

    GB

    45

    4.1
    13 12/02

    DET
    116
    7.7
    14 12/09

    SF

    14

    3 .0
    15 12/17

    CHI

    78

    3.9
    16 12/23

    WAS 27

    3.0
    17 12/30

    DEN
    36

    3.3


    Here's Taylors in those same games

    10 11/11

    GB


    37
    12.3
    13 12/02

    DET

    70


    5.0
    14 12/09

    SF

    101

    12.6
    15 12/17

    CHI

    31


    6.2
    16 12/23

    WAS 14


    2.3
    17 12/30

    DEN
    83


    8.3

    If it was a matter of just inconsistent blocking & assuming AD is as good a RB or better than Taylor, then one would expect AD's Avg per carry to be as good or better than Taylors in any given game.

    With the exception of the DET & WAS games, It is not. There was a 2.7 difference in the DET game, but only a 0.7 difference in the WAS game.

    We may have faced stacked boxes before, but last year their main focus was on AD when he was in the backfield & they keyed on him.

    I don't expect that to change until or passing threat forces their hand.
    Or AD becomes a better pass blocker so that we aren't a one dimensional team with AD in there.

    Truth of the matter is, and all the AD crotchsniffers will instantly go up in arms over this, because he had issues (all rookie RB's do) with pass blocking we were pretty one dimensional with him in there.


    As the numbers that Singer provided indicate (CT vs AD), when the Defenses have to play both the pass and the run (regardless of inept our QB/WR were last year) the OL provided ample room for the RB to get yards.
    Adrian's pass blocking is definitely huge issue that was likely addressed in the offseason. Chester is not known as a great blocker either, but he is a veteran and at least seems to know what he is doing back there, so when he is in there is a lot more of a chance that there can be passes or play-action passes.
    With All Day in, you cannot pass as effectively and it is fairly well know. Hopefully after one year under his belt he will improve in this area. I think people would be surprised how AD being able to block would make our offense that much better.
    Excellent post my friend.

    I am sure that he is sitting in some of the same film study sessions TJ, Birk and the rest of the Backs and TE's are in looking at what was done wrong/right last year.

    I expect we will see alot of improvement in that area this year.

    ;D
    Marr,
    I don't think I have ever really gotten this answer from you. Why, with the game on the line, are we leaving AD in to block. Why is he not running a flare, that has worked so well or motioning out as a slot receiver. He's our bes home run threat.

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    Re: Is it time to eye the record books yet?

    "kevoncox" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "midgensa" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    [quote author=VikingsTw link=topic=44771.msg776590#msg776590 date=1210293471]
    LMAO at whoever said the defenses have AD's number! We have been seeing stacked boxes for two years straight, we have had no problem running against stacked boxes most of time. Reason being is supreme blocking from our TE's, Shancoe, Klinny, our FB in Tony Richardson and our WR's, Wade and Furgy did an outstanding job.

    If we continue to see stacked boxes it will be up to the front line to stay consistent, last year we lost that consistency and Peterson's #'s dropped.
    That would be me. Here are AD's YDs & AVG since the 296 yard Bears game.

    10 11/11
    GB

    45

    4.1
    13 12/02
    DET
    116
    7.7
    14 12/09
    SF

    14

    3 .0
    15 12/17
    CHI
    78
    3.9
    16 12/23
    WAS 27

    3.0
    17 12/30
    DEN
    36

    3.3


    Here's Taylors in those same games

    10 11/11
    GB

    37
    12.3
    13 12/02
    DET
    70

    5.0
    14 12/09
    SF
    101
    12.6
    15 12/17
    CHI
    31


    6.2
    16 12/23
    WAS 14


    2.3
    17 12/30
    DEN
    83


    8.3

    If it was a matter of just inconsistent blocking & assuming AD is as good a RB or better than Taylor, then one would expect AD's Avg per carry to be as good or better than Taylors in any given game.

    With the exception of the DET & WAS games, It is not. There was a 2.7 difference in the DET game, but only a 0.7 difference in the WAS game.

    We may have faced stacked boxes before, but last year their main focus was on AD when he was in the backfield & they keyed on him.

    I don't expect that to change until or passing threat forces their hand.
    Or AD becomes a better pass blocker so that we aren't a one dimensional team with AD in there.

    Truth of the matter is, and all the AD crotchsniffers will instantly go up in arms over this, because he had issues (all rookie RB's do) with pass blocking we were pretty one dimensional with him in there.


    As the numbers that Singer provided indicate (CT vs AD), when the Defenses have to play both the pass and the run (regardless of inept our QB/WR were last year) the OL provided ample room for the RB to get yards.
    Adrian's pass blocking is definitely huge issue that was likely addressed in the offseason. Chester is not known as a great blocker either, but he is a veteran and at least seems to know what he is doing back there, so when he is in there is a lot more of a chance that there can be passes or play-action passes.
    With All Day in, you cannot pass as effectively and it is fairly well know. Hopefully after one year under his belt he will improve in this area. I think people would be surprised how AD being able to block would make our offense that much better.
    Excellent post my friend.

    I am sure that he is sitting in some of the same film study sessions TJ, Birk and the rest of the Backs and TE's are in looking at what was done wrong/right last year.

    I expect we will see alot of improvement in that area this year.
    ;D
    Marr,
    I don't think I have ever really gotten this answer from you. Why, with the game on the line, are we leaving AD in to block. Why is he not running a flare, that has worked so well or motioning out as a slot receiver. He's our bes home run threat.
    [/quote]

    I actually think that is a great idea. Instead of keeping him in to block, send him into the flat where the D will have to send a LB to cover him.

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    Re: Is it time to eye the record books yet?

    "jkjuggalo" wrote:
    I think TJack will break Manning's TD record this year
    Well everyone knows he will.... y dont u say something a little more out of the box

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    We could only hope.
    Actually I hope he just manages the game and ball well, and we will do just fine

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