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Memo to Sean McVay
« on: February 03, 2019, 11:38:42 PM »
If you are going to run the same 4 plays from the same 2 formations for the better part of 3 quarters....you might want to try the only offense that can do this successfully... the DTDW.

You'd be Champs right now.  ::)
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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2019, 07:55:42 AM »
If you are going to run the same 4 plays from the same 2 formations for the better part of 3 quarters....you might want to try the only offense that can do this successfully... the DTDW.

You'd be Champs right now.  ::)

Tony Romo is exposing coordinators every sunday, i love it  take note though,  you only need a handful of plays and youll still have more than an nfl coach haha
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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #2 on: February 04, 2019, 10:12:48 AM »
Tony Romo is exposing coordinators every sunday, i love it  take note though,  you only need a handful of plays and youll still have more than an nfl coach haha

LOL...you'd think after the first Q McVay would realize BB has his number.
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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #3 on: February 04, 2019, 10:15:37 AM »
you might want to try the only offense that can do this successfully... the DTDW.

You'd be Champs right now.

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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #4 on: February 04, 2019, 10:24:43 AM »
Tony Romo is exposing coordinators every sunday, i love it  take note though,  you only need a handful of plays and youll still have more than an nfl coach haha
Tony Romo is awesome. He is uncanny with his ability to predict the play that is about to be run. He would probably make a great DC..

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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #5 on: February 04, 2019, 03:31:04 PM »
Tony Romo is awesome. He is uncanny with his ability to predict the play that is about to be run. He would probably make a great DC..

He is probably stealing signals same as the Patriots. ;D

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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #6 on: February 04, 2019, 03:54:57 PM »
Tony Romo is awesome. He is uncanny with his ability to predict the play that is about to be run. He would probably make a great DC..

People forget he was a parcells draft choice. Romo had to play against parcells defense for how many seasons as a back up haha that man saw it all.
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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #7 on: February 04, 2019, 04:46:05 PM »
Give the Patriots some due.  They had a wicked smaht game plan.  Taking away the outside zone, while disrupting the bread and butter passing game.  A lot of quarters coverage on non true passing downs.  Goff and McVay were both lost.  They could not figure out how to attack that defense with their tried and true stuff.  When they went deeper in the playbook... well it looked like something that needed more work at practice, like you would expect.  I think one thing is for certain, McVay is going to spend a lot of time this offseason on a way to beat quarters.

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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #8 on: February 04, 2019, 04:52:35 PM »
There were a couple of Crucial "Drops" by Cooks.  But they were difficult catches. 

Both Defenses were Very STINGY!  That's a good thing!  Woot Woot

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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #9 on: February 04, 2019, 05:11:13 PM »
There were a couple of Crucial "Drops" by Cooks.  But they were difficult catches. 

Both Defenses were Very STINGY!  That's a good thing!  Woot Woot

jmho

That drop in the back of the end zone was on Goff.  He saw Cooks way too late.  He should be catching that ball at the 2 yard line in stride for an easy TD.

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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #10 on: February 04, 2019, 05:29:22 PM »
They got Belichecked plain and simple...

As a lifelong patriots fan I had to live through the 80's and 90s and subpar play from our team..... So nowadays I HAVE TO be happy about this....

But ultimately the stage was too big for Goff and Mcvay. They had no answer to the defensive plan that was the Patriots. And Goff had no time to prepare for it.....  Our Offense didn't look stellar and missing field goals from the 41 aint gonna get it done. But at the end of the day we actually moved the ball.  Rams had a drive line of like 9 straight punts..... that is a SHUTDOWN plain and simple.....

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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #11 on: February 05, 2019, 08:39:43 AM »
It's funny because Belichick completely took McVay out of the equation and made Goff fend for himself if you go back and watch it. 

Flores would send in two playcalls, one for the pre-15 second coach communication cut-off and then the actual playcall that was then actually executed post snap when McVay couldn't talk to Goff anymore.  I know it doesn't seem like that crazy of an ordeal, but go back and watch how Goff held the ball and doubted what he was looking at, over and over and over.  You could see every time Goff threw into coverage and every time he bailed from the pocket, he knew someone was coming, but not who.

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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #12 on: February 05, 2019, 09:04:09 AM »
Defense never gets the credit.  Its always man did the offense play bad.  No, Carl, the defense had a brilliant game plan that was executed well which made the offense look like dog doodoo.

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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #13 on: February 05, 2019, 09:08:36 AM »
People forget he was a parcells draft choice. Romo had to play against parcells defense for how many seasons as a back up haha that man saw it all.

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Re: Memo to Sean McVay
« Reply #14 on: February 05, 2019, 09:39:45 AM »
Give the Patriots some due.  They had a wicked smaht game plan.  Taking away the outside zone, while disrupting the bread and butter passing game...Goff and McVay were both lost.  They could not figure out how to attack that defense with their tried and true stuff.

They got Belichecked plain and simple...Goff and Mcvay...had no answer to the defensive plan that was the Patriots.

It's funny because Belichick completely took McVay out of the equation and made Goff fend for himself if you go back and watch it. 

Flores would send in two playcalls, one for the pre-15 second coach communication cut-off and then the actual playcall that was then actually executed post snap when McVay couldn't talk to Goff anymore.  I know it doesn't seem like that crazy of an ordeal, but go back and watch how Goff held the ball and doubted what he was looking at, over and over and over.  You could see every time Goff threw into coverage and every time he bailed from the pocket, he knew someone was coming, but not who.

Defense never gets the credit.  Its always man did the offense play bad.  No, Carl, the defense had a brilliant game plan that was executed well which made the offense look like dog doodoo.

This was my takeaway as well. Brilliant defensive game plan. One great example came in the 4th quarter when Goff just missed the TD in the endzone. On the very next play, Belichick sends a blitz the Pats hadn't used all game and caught Goff completely off-guard, resulting in the pick at the 4 yard line.

I'm a Vikings guy and I love Bud Grant, but man, Belichick is just amazing.
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