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Old 10-14-2020, 01:11 PM   #51
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On the topic of coaches/players not in position etc Ö

Watching Titans/Bills last night, I focused on former Saints 1st rounder SS Kenny Vacarro. He had a lot of mental lapses with us however the last few seasons up in TN, it's all but gone. In that system, he's actually been a pretty good defensive player for them.

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Re: Saints beat the Chargers in a MNF thriller, regain 1st in NFC South

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On the topic of coaches/players not in position etc Ö



Watching Titans/Bills last night, I focused on former Saints 1st rounder SS Kenny Vacarro. He had a lot of mental lapses with us however the last few seasons up in TN, it's all but gone. In that system, he's actually been a pretty good defensive player for them.



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Well, he made plenty of mistakes in the week 3 Vikings game that I saw.
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Well, he made plenty of mistakes in the week 3 Vikings game that I saw.
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But overall, I think Kenny has improved as a strong safety with the Titans. I'm a big fan of Dean Pees defensive scheme.
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I got to get to the dictionary on this one lol


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Sorry, not trying to be like that. I see this a lot when mathematicians try to write process maps, they donít take efficiency into account.

At some point scheme complexity crosses the line into a confusing mess that even the creator has trouble following with out taking a moment to think about it.

Dennis Allenís ideas are probably brilliant and on paper the formulation works. The break down comes when defensive players are trying to execute his plan and its so complicated that they have to think. Those guys have time to react, not to think. 1/2 a second of thought puts a WR 2-3 yards in front of you.
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Re: Saints beat the Chargers in a MNF thriller, regain 1st in NFC South

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On the topic of coaches/players not in position etc Ö

Watching Titans/Bills last night, I focused on former Saints 1st rounder SS Kenny Vacarro. He had a lot of mental lapses with us however the last few seasons up in TN, it's all but gone. In that system, he's actually been a pretty good defensive player for them.

Coaching?
Iíd probably give that to maturity since he is in his 8th season. We all got a little better at what we do over time.

The Titans seem to turn over DCs as much as we do lately.
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Sorry, not trying to be like that. I see this a lot when mathematicians try to write process maps, they donít take efficiency into account.

At some point scheme complexity crosses the line into a confusing mess that even the creator has trouble following with out taking a moment to think about it.

Dennis Allenís ideas are probably brilliant and on paper the formulation works. The break down comes when defensive players are trying to execute his plan and its so complicated that they have to think. Those guys have time to react, not to think. 1/2 a second of thought puts a WR 2-3 yards in front of you.

I see it the same way, mental lapses = delay in every phase of the game


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