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BRING OUT THE MARONEY BASHERS

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    Re: BRING OUT THE MARONEY BASHERS

    The o-line is doing alot better which I think is helping Maroney. No back looks good getting 6-7 carries a game unless they're all 7-10+ yard runs.
     
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    Re: BRING OUT THE MARONEY BASHERS

    In Response to Re: BRING OUT THE MARONEY BASHERS:
    In Response to Re: BRING OUT THE MARONEY BASHERS : We need him to perform like yesterday in order to make the play action work. Lack of it is one of the reasons we've been so bad in the red zone. It seems to me that we'll run the ball inside the 5 but from the 20 to the 5 we're just too predictable with the pass.
    Posted by Evil2009


    I believe we pass too much in the red zone altogether, when we were running it and being succesful at it on Sunday, we decided to stop when we reached the Dolphins twenty yard line, which culminated in Law Firms drop in the end zone. 

    Not to second guess the offensive coaches but catching isn't Ellis's strength and more importantly nothing sends a message like "this game is over" quite like ramming it down their throats.  I would have liked to have seen them attempt to continue to run it at least, than on third and short on the goal line allow Tommy to play action to one of our tightends for an easy score...  Instead we went shotgun formation inside the 20?
     
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