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    Ok, I'm listening to ESPN radio and they are talking about how you really can't compare brady and manning in regards to "well brady's won with less talent at WR" because the Dolts run a "timing" based offense. So my question is, what kind of offense do we run? i honestly don't know.
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    An unstoppable offense?
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    Those guys are looking for any reason at all at this point NOT to compare Brady to Manning. All offenses require some level of timing. Some teams just use it as an excuse when it doesnt work out. But to answer the question. NE runs a balanced offense dependent on NOTHING, including timing, designed to attack a Ds weakest link and run up the score to the highest degree. Week in and week out.
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    that guess is as good as any i came up with....
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    The Patriots don't run a timing based offense?:confused:
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    That's the biggest load of garbage I've ever heard.
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    What kind of offense do they run? A ballanced offense. They run the ball well and pass. They plan around exposing the weakness of the opposing defense. But I guess that applies to any good offense (including INDY). Really, saying that the Colts are a timing based offense is a joke. Every offense needs to have the timing right (blocking, running, passing, etc). They are just using it as an excuse.
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    #75 Jersey

    They run a timing offense, as far as I know.

    Not to the extent Zampese did, but I think most teams use a lot of timing patterns.

    It doesn't matter, they'll find something else. Sun in his eyes won't work in a dome. They still have their top receiver and you'd expect a team so focused on the passing game would develpo some backups considering their former #1 is 35 with bad knees.

    Don't be angry, just laugh at the awkward excuses the Baghdad Bob's of the media come up with
    and be glad you root for a franchise that doesn't make excuses.

    Actually, I think that's what got Gabriel booted despite making some grabs.
    Last edited: Nov 16, 2007
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    actually, the pats ran the mercy offense....

    it goes like this...

    if NE needs a TD, we get a TD,
    if we dont need a TD, we sometimes punt to show we have some weaknesses and provide others with false hope....or we just score another TD


    BB flips the coin in the sideline to decide on one, didnt u notice?
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    Funny, when Sayton had the gaudy stats, they had no problem making the comparison. Fukcing 'tards :rolleyes:
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