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Offline DumCoach

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Re: Repeat Super Bowl Champions
« Reply #15 on: November 11, 2018, 02:19:46 PM »
Sounds like one for the playbook.  Let us know how it works, SWG.
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Re: Repeat Super Bowl Champions
« Reply #16 on: November 13, 2018, 05:27:03 PM »
Big Trips, Pass Right, QB keeps if TE covered.  What happens?
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Re: Repeat Super Bowl Champions
« Reply #17 on: November 14, 2018, 07:50:37 AM »
We always Wedge Block in Trips.  He runs into the back of the Center, and yells GO, GO, GO!!!!.  Only happened once, because I watch to see if they're covering the TE.  If they are we don't call it.  That Wedge was only like a 2 yard gain, but it's better than a negative play (sack) or a pick.
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Re: Repeat Super Bowl Champions
« Reply #18 on: November 15, 2018, 11:26:28 AM »
Sounds like one for the playbook.  Let us know how it works, SWG.

It worked well.  We ran it on the first play picked up 12 yards on a 24.  Unfortunately... my QB turned out to be very fair weather. and could not throw or grip the ball, or take the right steps... so I could not keep the defense too honest in their adjusting to it.  We did do a TEO 23 out of it, which worked well.  But everytime we ran a 23 or 24 well out of it, they just kept getting tighter., and their DE stopped coming up field.  A 23 keep away from the trips (so out of Trips to the right) would have great, if my QB was not having such a bad day. 

We started running some tosses to the trips side (27 and 28) and that was working well when my QB could make the pitch.  I definitely plan on using it next year and adding it earlier hopefully. 

I think the 42 trap out of it will be a really nice play. 
We ran a 67 out of it once for a decent gain.  You can also run a reverse to the wing off of that, and get some lead blockers for it. 

I would have liked to hit a bubble screen out of it, as it was there, but I did not have confidence in my QB. 

I think being able to spread out their defense and keep the 23 and 24 in play, with some compliments for it is pretty nice.

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Re: Repeat Super Bowl Champions
« Reply #19 on: November 15, 2018, 04:06:29 PM »
Is this (23/24) out of Big Trips in any of the film in the other thread?

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Re: Repeat Super Bowl Champions
« Reply #20 on: November 15, 2018, 04:42:28 PM »
My video guy missed the first few plays.  Which included the 24.

But this was the FB live broadcast of it.  I have not watched this so I am not sure how good it looks.

https://www.facebook.com/tcyfl/videos/187375348835594/

Edit: Nevermind.  The film above did not get the first play either...  You can like the safety. and an OLB only. 
« Last Edit: November 15, 2018, 04:46:07 PM by SingleWingGoombah »

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Re: Repeat Super Bowl Champions
« Reply #21 on: November 16, 2018, 08:03:54 AM »
It worked well.  We ran it on the first play picked up 12 yards on a 24.  Unfortunately... my QB turned out to be very fair weather. and could not throw or grip the ball, or take the right steps... so I could not keep the defense too honest in their adjusting to it.  We did do a TEO 23 out of it, which worked well.  But everytime we ran a 23 or 24 well out of it, they just kept getting tighter., and their DE stopped coming up field.  A 23 keep away from the trips (so out of Trips to the right) would have great, if my QB was not having such a bad day. 

We started running some tosses to the trips side (27 and 28) and that was working well when my QB could make the pitch.  I definitely plan on using it next year and adding it earlier hopefully. 

I think the 42 trap out of it will be a really nice play. 
We ran a 67 out of it once for a decent gain.  You can also run a reverse to the wing off of that, and get some lead blockers for it. 

I would have liked to hit a bubble screen out of it, as it was there, but I did not have confidence in my QB. 

I think being able to spread out their defense and keep the 23 and 24 in play, with some compliments for it is pretty nice.


Agreed.  I definitely like spreading them out especially after being in normal DCWT for a while, and using some Beast.  It makes us almost impossible to scout other than knowing our studs.  With all of the motion and formations, they will know the studs, but do not know who's getting the ball. 

I think the best team we played had maybe 5-6 formations, and we had well over 20.
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