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  1. IcyPatriot

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    Okay ... let me get this out of the way so I don't have to correct keyboard mistakes ... :rofl: .

    Okay ... I'm all set now ... here it is.

    http://forums.chargers.com/showthread.php?t=38687
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    I'd use both qb's at the same time
    they throw the ball back and forth --- who do you chase?

    will most likely be copied next season, maybe even using 3 or 4 qb's.
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    I fully endorse that plan. It's so brilliant, how can it fail? Ravens, Redskins, Falcons, get this Goodkol on the phone right now, I think we found the next Bill Walsh.

    /sarcasm
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    They could just play rugby:eek:
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    The rules mandate a line so that leaves 6.
    So how about 2 centers at the tackle spots
    a QB behind each of them and 4 WR's , 2 on each side. :rofl:
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    My sides are killing me from laughing on this one.
    Now discussing that players can be substituted...baseball/soccer fans...wtf is that???

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    It was working well for Arizona until Leinart got hurt.
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    Okay, we get it.

    In all seriousness though, it's not so unprecedented. The Cardinals did the same thing this year, were mocked for it in some circles, but it was largely effective. Leinart would run the offense and then Warner would handle the two-minute offense. I believe they did some more 2-QB gameplans later in the year with Tim Rattay as well.

    And I think the poster who asked about guys coming back in was referring to the 3rd QB rule, and was just confused. Just a guess.
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    :rofl: Someone please stop me ... asthma attack coming. :rofl:

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    It's a brilliant strategy . . . confuse your opponents, but gives them the chance to sub on every down. I like it. :p
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    In all seriousness though, LT has thrown for like 8 TDs and it wouldn't surprise me if they did that play against us. It's like the Vrabel play for them, their signature trick play.
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    Line up Rivers at WR is probably the best strategy
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    I recommend the four TE set. Since nobody will be able to figure it out I guess it will work.
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    Consider the source; Goodkol has also started a thread on the Chargers forum asking who the Chargers would rather play in the Super Bowl.
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    Not only was it humerous but it mentions the town I was born in Exeter, NH.:D
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    [CLIVE]Don't force us to use the BlackPower defense[/RUSH]
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