Will McDaniels Be Pass Happy or Mix Things Up?

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    In Response to Re: Will McDaniels Be Pass Happy or Mix Things Up?:
    [QUOTE]Tons of evidence and 2 SB losses later, yet trolls back Brady Ballwashers and vice versa, blind as a bat or intentionally blind as a troll unable to concede defeat on the topic.
    Posted by BassFishingII[/QUOTE]

    Why is it so hard for you to grasp that if the D doesn't blow the endgame we probably have 3 more Lombardis? It's not that difficult.
     
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    Re: Will McDaniels Be Pass Happy or Mix Things Up?

    Consistent running keeps the opponent's D honest and sets up play action. Notice I said consistent not persistent.

    Last season when we were third and 3 everyone on the planet knew we were going to pass. When we do run it's either out of the shotgun which I've never thought was a good idea or the formation is so obvious to the other team that they bring their LBs in.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Will McDaniels Be Pass Happy or Mix Things Up? : This is the point I think many are missing about how the NFL works. What you're looking for in the playoffs against what are ostensibly the best teams left standing (and I think BB or any other NFL HC would attest to this) is: "to put yourself in a position to win". In 5 SBs in the BB era we have had that opportunity. SB XXXVI - D allows the Rams to tie the game with 1:30 left. Brady drives the Pats and Vinatieri hits a 48 yard FG to win it. SB XXXVIII - D allows Panthers to score with 1:08 left. Brady drives team and AV kicks the winning FG. SB XXXIX - Eagles score with 1:48 left to get within 3. They get the ball back with :46 left and Harrison intercepts. SB XLII - Brady hits Moss to take the lead with 2:42 left. Giants need a TD and get it with :35 left. SB XLVI - D allows Giants to take a 4 point lead with :57 left and leaving the Pats needing a TD. In each case the team was in a position to win. In 2 victories the opportunity fell to the O and they got it done. In the other victory the opportunity was really too little too late for the Eagles. In the 2 losses the opportunity fell to the D and they didn't get it done. This is what makes one team the champion and the other not. The details of the game that bring you to that "position to win" can be argued endlessly. But there is no argument when that final moment that determines victory is either grasped or flubbed.
    Posted by BabeParilli[/QUOTE]
    The patriots sure don't make it easy on themselves, do they?
     
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