Inside The Playbook by Gred Beddard

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    Inside The Playbook by Gred Beddard

    Good breakdown of a crucial play against the Ravens.

    Nice job, Greg.

    http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/extra_points/2012/09/inside_the_play_30.html

     

     
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    Re: Inside The Playbook by Gred Beddard

    I felt as it happened that the game was lost on that play because I did not have confidence in converting 3rd and long at that time and I had no faith in the defense at that point. Bedard's analysis makes it sound like Solder was the one who screwed up.

     
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    Re: Inside The Playbook by Gred Beddard

    Cool Vid... thanks for posting

     
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    Re: Inside The Playbook by Gred Beddard

    In response to csylvia79's comment:

    Cool Vid... thanks for posting




    Nice video...except that is not what happened. The sack came from around right tackle, not around left. Not sure what play Bedard was watching.

     
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    Re: Inside The Playbook by Gred Beddard

    I do not have the actual video but I remember a Raven nearly sacking Brady on the the 3rd and 16 from the right side untouched.

     
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    Re: Inside The Playbook by Gred Beddard

    At 2:42 of this clip, you'll see what Beddard is claiming.

    Seems like Greg got it right.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RVfF30-fB0

     

     
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    Re: Inside The Playbook by Gred Beddard

    #99 had some pressure from the right side, but Brady would have been able to avoid this.

     

    #59 from the left was the real problem. Then there's always Ngata not far behind up the middle.

     
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    Re: Inside The Playbook by Gred Beddard

    My bad, then. I remember the rush coming off right tackle.

     
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