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  1. rhodeislandpatsfan

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    Just curious, Anyone think Coach Bill could scheme against his offensive machine, It must have cross his mind a few times.
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    See SB XXXVI
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    Well obviously BB would not let the offense use Seau, Vrabel or Seymour so there goes the Goal Line offense, LOL
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    He might not want to discourage them -:)
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    Actually I think they have done it.
    I read something somewhere on how competitive Brady is and they used as an example the practices against the Patriots defense by the offense. Brady was thrown into two minute drill time against his own defense and they stopped him two or three times in a row and he was pissed at himself for a couple of days for not being able to score. The man just despises losing. :D
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    Different...We don't have Marshall Faulk.

    Unless you're saying just beat the living crap out of the receivers. But without Faulk it's a different offense.
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    yea, they were saying it when the ne-buf game was on...

    i was surprised too, so that means our D can stop our O???? wut does that make our D????
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    Burn Before Reading


    He certainly has schemed against his O.

    But ... for security reasons vs Norv ... he had to burn the game plan
    before he wrote it down.

    The HOF was very disappointed when they learned this.
    And Godell demanded a CAT scan of his mind.
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    i think the big thing BB would if he played this kind offense is he will try to be aggressive on offense himself. he doesnt take the ball control-keep the ball away approach. How many teams have played us by coming out aggressive with 5 wide and trying something different or go for it on 4th and 5 etc? Thats the difference BB brings. he isnt intimidated by trying to aggressive and most teams which we play seem to lose the plot on offense more than on defense. And once we take the lead the other team just rattles.
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    You have to get pressure up the middle thru blitzes. If you come from the ends, than Brady is a master at stepping up into the pocket to avoid the rush. If the pressure comes from up the gut, than you have a chance of getting Brady on the move and outside of the pocket, which isn't his strength. That's the only shot I think you have at getting Brady off his game and to rush passes. If you don't blitz and drop 8 guys back, than Brady will have all day and our WRs are too good to all get covered. You must get pressure up the gut and no team has done it yet. We'll see if Pittsburgh and Baltimore can do it.
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