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    GAME FILM: Game winning drive (@ATL)


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    Thanks for posting this!

    The two runs by Powell were really nice strong runs. In the complete to Gates, if he doesnt fall down he had a lot of yards in front of him. What a great drive by Geno and the offense.

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    Damn 95 came ever so close from stopping Powell for a loss on that last run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby2 View Post
    Damn 95 came ever so close from stopping Powell for a loss on that last run.
    Nice job by Hill too!

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    I didn't realize how close the FG was to being blocked. at least it looked close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    man, Powell came up HUGE on the last two plays.

    first, he had a game-saving block on Babineaux (2:06/2:15) on the pass to Gates. if we take a sack there it's 3rd and long and we probably end up with Folk attempting a 50+ yarder.

    then on the following play, Powell breaks free from Babineaux (2:33/2:42) who came untouched into the backfield. first down, clock winds down, Folk Hero, WIN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jzelada121 View Post
    Thanks for posting this!

    The two runs by Powell were really nice strong runs. In the complete to Gates, if he doesnt fall down he had a lot of yards in front of him. What a great drive by Geno and the offense.
    the last one by Powell, Winters missed a block and Babinauex (sp?) was in the backfield and he avoided him. would of lost crucial yards

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    Powell is a slippery beast...also, big difference in Geno from a couple weeks ago? Putting the ball in front of the receivers on slants and in's instead of slightly behind them, allowing them to pick up that YAC.

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    Gates is so useless.

    Gruden was 100% correct. If that was Santonio Holmes, that was a TD...

    And yeah...95 almost tackled Powell for a loss but with the way Nick was ballin', I wasn't too worried if he had to kick it from 50+ yards again.

    Still, it was nice that Powell was able to get the first down....

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    it would be great to rewatch the full game like this you actually evaluate the players.

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    Yeah, Powell has to be greased up, lol.

    #2swag4u

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetFuel View Post
    it would be great to rewatch the full game like this you actually evaluate the players.
    With both angles?

    Yeah. That would great to see who was doing what and how well/bad they were playing.

    Case in point, Winters blowing his assignment and allowing 95 into the backfield late...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetFuel View Post
    it would be great to rewatch the full game like this you actually evaluate the players.
    You can if you get it from NFL.com.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetFuel View Post
    it would be great to rewatch the full game like this you actually evaluate the players.
    you can.

    but with no sound it can get boring very quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBlairThomasFumble View Post
    Nice job by Hill too!
    What's so nice about him falling down like a QB in front of a tackler? Why doesn't he use his size to plow through for a couple more yards? Who does he think he is, Pussington?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsNeedNewton View Post
    What's so nice about him falling down like a QB in front of a tackler? Why doesn't he use his size to plow through for a couple more yards? Who does he think he is, Pussington?
    It is called learning from his mistakes and great situational awareness. How fun was it watching him fight for an extra yard earlier this year only to have the ball ripped away from him? At that point in the game you take no risks of a possible fumble, you get down and get back to the LOS for the next play.

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    LOL. We ran the same slats play out of the same formation multiple times and they still couldn't stop it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsNeedNewton View Post
    What's so nice about him falling down like a QB in front of a tackler? Why doesn't he use his size to plow through for a couple more yards? Who does he think he is, Pussington?
    That worked out well for RG3

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    Two things from watching the tape:

    1) That's a great call on the first pass. Atlanta is playing zone, and Geno is looking to the right. The slot corner on Hill dictates that play, because if he's playing man, and follows Hill, there is a slant route about a second later behind Hill for a larger completion. If Atlanta is playing zone, then Hill is open (which is what happened). But that's the sort of scheme were the OC is setting you up to succeed. That deeper slant comes only after you read the Hill slant, so when you move to the second read, the ball can still be thrown on time coming out of the slant and not late. That's a great call by MM there.

    2) The Geno run, seems like a weird call. All the WRs ran go routes there. The checkdown option (I'm assuming Powell) gets held up at the line because he gets sandwhiched between two players, and thus becomes a broken play. Not having a viable secondary option there is a bit puzzling. Although the call would've worked out great if Powell got through, because it was one on one with a LB for 15 yards around him. Nice play by Geno to make something out of nothing there once Powell was stopped.

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