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    Why are we always in a one back set ?

    are we trying to be so simplistic that the opposing
    DC can take the day off ?

    With Greene, defenses don't have to guard
    against the outside, and with Tony, backs don't
    catch screens, or go out for passes, and he
    has no ability to change the game plan on the
    fly, so we basically get another Schotty level
    coordinator, take a look at the productive
    offenses in this league, and you'll notice
    a lot of great fullbacks clearing lanes and
    screening defenders, on Bush's second TD
    run last week, the fullback didn't block
    anyone, but he screened four or five
    guys off Bush, simply by running next to
    him, no one could touch Bush on that
    play, I'm sure we'll see that play this
    week, along with a lot of 2 and 3 back
    formations from Miami. On Bush's first
    TD run, he broke four or five tackles,
    more than our entire team has this
    season combined.

    I'm sure we'll see a lot of one back formations
    from the Jets, maybe they'll leave Joe and Tebow
    on the bench again, why am I not surprised
    that Mc Knight didn't play defense and
    Cro didn't play wide out last week ?

    There's no Ditka or Don Shula here, just
    lame, stupid, overly simplistic garbage,
    the ball boy could draw up a game plan
    to stop this offense, I hope Tanny has
    the guts to fire Sparano during the
    season if things get any worse.

    Rex always says he's gonna do stuff
    and then doesn't do it, why ?

    Coaching scared ?

    Why not go for it ?

    Westoff could call plays.

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    we ran a little wishbone play in the steeler game

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    to make it easier for defenses to key in on greene to drop him for a loss of 6 yards

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    I believe we had a very successful run out of the wishbone.

    The main reason though, is that we have the only FB in the NFL who not only cant block but also cant catch out of the backfield. How connor has a roster spot is beyond me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglenj View Post
    I believe we had a very successful run out of the wishbone.

    The main reason though, is that we have the only FB in the NFL who not only cant block but also cant catch out of the backfield. How connor has a roster spot is beyond me.
    the tandem of greene and connor could be the slowest in the past 20+ years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diego Jet Fan View Post
    are we trying to be so simplistic that the opposing
    DC can take the day off ?

    With Greene, defenses don't have to guard
    against the outside, and with Tony, backs don't
    catch screens, or go out for passes, and he
    has no ability to change the game plan on the
    fly, so we basically get another Schotty level
    coordinator, take a look at the productive
    offenses in this league, and you'll notice
    a lot of great fullbacks clearing lanes and
    screening defenders, on Bush's second TD
    run last week, the fullback didn't block
    anyone, but he screened four or five
    guys off Bush, simply by running next to
    him, no one could touch Bush on that
    play, I'm sure we'll see that play this
    week, along with a lot of 2 and 3 back
    formations from Miami. On Bush's first
    TD run, he broke four or five tackles,
    more than our entire team has this
    season combined.

    I'm sure we'll see a lot of one back formations
    from the Jets, maybe they'll leave Joe and Tebow
    on the bench again, why am I not surprised
    that Mc Knight didn't play defense and
    Cro didn't play wide out last week ?

    There's no Ditka or Don Shula here, just
    lame, stupid, overly simplistic garbage,
    the ball boy could draw up a game plan
    to stop this offense, I hope Tanny has
    the guts to fire Sparano during the
    season if things get any worse.

    Rex always says he's gonna do stuff
    and then doesn't do it, why ?

    Coaching scared ?

    Why not go for it ?

    Westoff could call plays.
    Simple - most teams in the NFL run the majority of plays out of a one back set b/c of the flexibility it offers.

    Two Back Set: means you have two players who are limited in the pass routes that they can run. Passes into the flats, a few routes over the middle, but that is about it. The two back set works best in when the FB is the blocking back only.

    One Back Set:
    1) The RB can run most running plays out of the set;
    2) The RB can be kept in to supplement the blocking scheme;
    3) The RB can be used for screen passes and other passes in the flat;
    4) The RB can be used for short passes over the middle.
    5) The Other Player (the "OP") can be a WR, a RB, an OL or a TE.
    6) The OP can be lined up next to the tackle to block or run extra TE/H-Back routes.
    7) The OP can be lined up out wide spreading out the defense and placing the offense's speed in space.
    8) The OP can even go in motion and fill the blocking FB role when needed.
    9) Bottom Line: the one back set offers everything from power running (3 TE's) options to 5 WR sets.

    Not many good NFL offenses use 2 RB sets much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digetydog View Post
    Simple - most teams in the NFL run the majority of plays out of a one back set b/c of the flexibility it offers.

    Two Back Set: means you have two players who are limited in the pass routes that they can run. Passes into the flats, a few routes over the middle, but that is about it. The two back set works best in when the FB is the blocking back only.

    One Back Set:
    1) The RB can run most running plays out of the set;
    2) The RB can be kept in to supplement the blocking scheme;
    3) The RB can be used for screen passes and other passes in the flat;
    4) The RB can be used for short passes over the middle.
    5) The Other Player (the "OP") can be a WR, a RB, an OL or a TE.
    6) The OP can be lined up next to the tackle to block or run extra TE/H-Back routes.
    7) The OP can be lined up out wide spreading out the defense and placing the offense's speed in space.
    8) The OP can even go in motion and fill the blocking FB role when needed.
    9) Bottom Line: the one back set offers everything from power running (3 TE's) options to 5 WR sets.

    Not many good NFL offenses use 2 RB sets much.
    the caveat is that the one back can catch. the jets didn't get that memo.

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    We have Shonn Greenasaurus. Our jurassically slow running back.

    Give me Powell or give me death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digetydog View Post
    Simple - most teams in the NFL run the majority of plays out of a one back set b/c of the flexibility it offers.

    Two Back Set: means you have two players who are limited in the pass routes that they can run. Passes into the flats, a few routes over the middle, but that is about it. The two back set works best in when the FB is the blocking back only.

    One Back Set:
    1) The RB can run most running plays out of the set;
    2) The RB can be kept in to supplement the blocking scheme;
    3) The RB can be used for screen passes and other passes in the flat;
    4) The RB can be used for short passes over the middle.
    5) The Other Player (the "OP") can be a WR, a RB, an OL or a TE.
    6) The OP can be lined up next to the tackle to block or run extra TE/H-Back routes.
    7) The OP can be lined up out wide spreading out the defense and placing the offense's speed in space.
    8) The OP can even go in motion and fill the blocking FB role when needed.
    9) Bottom Line: the one back set offers everything from power running (3 TE's) options to 5 WR sets.

    Not many good NFL offenses use 2 RB sets much.
    Why bother, we have people criticizing a one back set as if we were only lining up 10 players on O.

    Because, as you know & everyone who watches football knows, a one back O is so simplistic that the opposing DCs can take the day off.

    It's hard to be this goofy when analyzing a game, you have to actually try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diego Jet Fan View Post
    are we trying to be so simplistic that the opposing
    DC can take the day off ?

    With Greene, defenses don't have to guard
    against the outside, and with Tony, backs don't
    catch screens, or go out for passes, and he
    has no ability to change the game plan on the
    fly, so we basically get another Schotty level
    coordinator, take a look at the productive
    offenses in this league, and you'll notice
    a lot of great fullbacks clearing lanes and
    screening defenders, on Bush's second TD
    run last week, the fullback didn't block
    anyone, but he screened four or five
    guys off Bush, simply by running next to
    him, no one could touch Bush on that
    play, I'm sure we'll see that play this
    week, along with a lot of 2 and 3 back
    formations from Miami. On Bush's first
    TD run, he broke four or five tackles,
    more than our entire team has this
    season combined.

    I'm sure we'll see a lot of one back formations
    from the Jets, maybe they'll leave Joe and Tebow
    on the bench again, why am I not surprised
    that Mc Knight didn't play defense and
    Cro didn't play wide out last week ?

    There's no Ditka or Don Shula here, just
    lame, stupid, overly simplistic garbage,
    the ball boy could draw up a game plan
    to stop this offense, I hope Tanny has
    the guts to fire Sparano during the
    season if things get any worse.

    Rex always says he's gonna do stuff
    and then doesn't do it, why ?

    Coaching scared ?

    Why not go for it ?

    Westoff could call plays.
    This poem doesn't rhyme at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefst2000 View Post
    This poem doesn't rhyme at all.
    +1

    my thoughts exactly.

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    So you're saying John Connor is the key to us running a succesful offense?


    Good to know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefst2000 View Post
    This poem doesn't rhyme at all.
    Nick Cannon is Hilarious

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