What percent

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    What percent

     Of running the ball is the Oline.
     
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    Re: What percent

    I'd say between 50 and 60% and Benny is a clear example of that.  If they make a hole, it is your job to get through it.  So really 50-50, but the game is won and lost on the line right?

    TB would only be above average if his oline didn't block for him the way they do, right?
     
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    Re: What percent

    How often have we seen gapping holes on running plays?  Not too many.  Classic case, the botched 1st and 10 play in the 4th of the SB that netted a -1 yard which totally messed up that series.  I've not seen the Pats have stellar blocking for running plays this past season.
     
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    Re: What percent

    So, why did BJGE have fewer yards this year vs. last year? Also, there is no mention of the TEs blocking for the RB. 



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    Re: What percent

    In Response to Re: What percent:
    So, why did BJGE have fewer yards this year vs. last year? Also, there is no mention of the TEs blocking for the RB.  SEASON TEAM GP ATT YDS AVG LNG TD FD FUM LST 2008 NE 9 74 275 3.7 15 5 23 0 0 2009 NE 12 26 114 4.4 29 0 6 0 0 2010 NE 16 229 1,008 4.4 33 13 62 0 0 2011 NE 16 181 667 3.7 18 11 41 0 0
    Posted by anonymis


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    Re: What percent

    op missed one important factor - predictability of when they're going to run the ball. that's purely the play calling and philosophy (subbing and specialized personnel) putting oline and rb at a huge disadvantage even before the snap.
     
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    In Response to Re: What percent:
    op missed one important factor - predictability of when they're going to run the ball. that's purely the play calling and philosophy (subbing and specialized personnel) putting oline and rb at a huge disadvantage even before the snap.
    Posted by seattlepat70
    No I get that,thats why when the Pats always sub in BJGE everyone knows its a run.The question should have been ignoring all other factors what percent?
     
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    Re: What percent

    The oline is the biggest factor, they should make a hole wide enough to drive a truck through. Same as passing they are the biggest factor block the rush and TB can throw all day
     
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