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Old 01-05-2014, 09:49 PM   #11
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That triangle D seattle runs actually has lots of holes in it and can be picked apart by short throws and a stout run game, deep ball is much harder to get, but can be had when they get to playing tighter on the line to protect the short passes and run. Inside the red zone run it down their throat, man up O this is another good D we face.
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Old 01-05-2014, 09:56 PM   #12
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Re: How We Will Beat Seattle

Look, three teams beat Seattle this year. We beat two of those teams this year. Sure, it will be a battle -- but I say we know what we have to do now. All we have to do is bring it. I think we will.

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I don't like to see Drew have to run - which of course we almost never see.

BUT

I'd sure like to see him do more of it because in so many cases I've seen us punt because rather than run for an easy 3 or 4 yards Drew will make a risky throw.

I guess I just wish he would take those 3 or 4 yards a few times a game so the defense would start reacting to the possibility which might pull them off a PT or Sproles or Khiry checkdown.

Am I crazy?
I think you are right on!! Yes, Drew needs to take some running the ball lessons at the Colin Kapernick and (gritting my teeth) Cam Newton school of quarterbacking. There is no shame in getting your team a first down ( or even a TD ) with your legs -- just don't take TOO much risk. I think Drew and Payton are finally subscribers. I hope I am not wrong, because we will need every type of weapon and trickeration.

Also, they are finally using QBKs. (head-banging here) Why in the he11 haven't we been doing this all year?!?!? (so frustrating).

I really want to see Sean at his gun-slinger play-caller best -- and not those asinine end-arounds.
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Old 01-05-2014, 11:18 PM   #14
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That triangle D seattle runs actually has lots of holes in it and can be picked apart by short throws and a stout run game, deep ball is much harder to get, but can be had when they get to playing tighter on the line to protect the short passes and run. Inside the red zone run it down their throat, man up O this is another good D we face.
That triangle d worked perfect the first time.. May i say we aint seen that b4, but if we can somehow run the ball.. Diffrent game. I remeber us trying to run and got killed everytime against seattle with sean payton hes quick to get rid of the run... If we just stick with it get a good run like we did against eagles it will have them guessing.... That triangle d is no joke so we must get atleast a lil running game.. Just 3 or 4 break out runs with ingram will stop that triangle d will get slowed down

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I don't like to see Drew have to run - which of course we almost never see.

BUT

I'd sure like to see him do more of it because in so many cases I've seen us punt because rather than run for an easy 3 or 4 yards Drew will make a risky throw.

I guess I just wish he would take those 3 or 4 yards a few times a game so the defense would start reacting to the possibility which might pull them off a PT or Sproles or Khiry checkdown.

Am I crazy?
I've been yelling this all season. If youve noticed, the last to games his runs have helped sustain drives and we've won both. #ijs

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Drew is light years ahead of KC or Cam, he needs no running lesson from them. Brees is way better passer and just needs to manage the game better and stop the interceptions. Saying Brees should be KC or Cam is pretty stupid, hes a elite pocket passer. The others are not very good, and gimick runners, but not very good QB's.
I think Brees needs to check his ego, be a team player, and understand hes not going to win the game on his own. Be methodical, and take the sack.

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There are times when the cliche of a throwing QB get in the way of doing whatever it takes to move the chains ... For instance I watched the bengals fail again and again on 3rd and 4th short as dalton was trying too hard to make a great throw when all he had to do was literally step up for like a half yard or two with nobody around for the first down mark. I'm sure Brees isn't that slow to where the linebacker covering jimmy or Sproles is fast enough to shut them down twenty yards downfield and come up and make a stop before Drew can Sprint straight for 3 or 4... Hell That's what won the 9ers that game when kap jetted. And that's with a QB spy ! With Drew they wouldn't suspect a thing ...

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Bottom Line --- How to Beat the SeaChickens...

Score More Points...

Doesn't matter how (Offense/Defense), win/loss is on the scoreboard and based off POINTS.
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