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Offensive Cord needs to adjust to New Offense

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  1. SCPatBoy

    SCPatBoy On the Game Day Roster

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    It appeared to me that we defenitely let the Bills off of the hook the 1st half. We continued to play like last year when we really didn't have a running game and we needed Brady to carry the team on his shoulders. This year we look to have one of the best running attacks in the League. IN the 1st half the Bills D didn't show they could stop our run on that long drive......Maroney was getting into a rythym....Then every series after that we go to this Pass happy attack and ignore the run and loose the momentum. We could have wore out the Bills D and really established the line of scrimmage had we kept pounding the Ball and let Brady pick his spots.That second to the last series when Brady threw the Int....What were we thinking again....start off the series by trying to throw downfield....When we should have put that running game into effect. Taking time off the clock and marching downfield. The last series we smartened up. I just don't think our offensive game plan was designed or adjusted to take advantage of our obvious strength in this game. Maybe as the season progresses they will realize that we need to shift our Offensive game plan!
     
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  2. DefenseRules

    DefenseRules Pro Bowl Player

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    I like the way you think my friend. Our running game is a stregnth. We need to use it as much and as often as possible.
     
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    I agree 100% This playcalling was a problem last year.
     

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