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  1. Nice mock, @Knight of God. My only question is, based on this, would Poe be our only 1 Technique?
  2. Aren’t the seams always vulnerable in a Cover 3? Either way, I look forward to you or @PeytonMannings Forehead explaining.
  3. If Sark would’ve signed James Stone, none of this would’ve happened
  4. Tried to pm you but can't. I'd like to know your thoughts as well.
  5. We were 23rd in Red Zone scoring %. 11th in Red Zone Scoring per game.
  6. Let me say upfront that I am no Sark apologist. I don’t know the guy personally or anything like that. That said, I know we are all in our feelings because of last Saturday night, but looking at this past season there are some reasons to look up. Here’s where we ranked offensively in a few categories: Yards per play - 6th Yards per rush attempt - 12th (which is somewhat misleading because we were .6 yards away from being 1st) Yards per pass attempt - 6th Yards per completion- 5th First Downs per play - 5th Red Zone Scoring Attempts per Game - 7th We all know that Sark has his flaws, but the offense has been rolling. If his biggest flaw is preparation (or the lack thereof), that can be fixed. But the base for a good offense is present so there’s reason to hope. Especially if we kill it in the offseason. Stats came from: https://www.teamrankings.com/nfl/stat/
  7. And dismissing his analysis because of his attitude is ironic in some instances
  8. You think we could sneak the RBs out of the backfield and get them involved in the passing game to help counteract their LB corps?
  9. https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2018/1/10/16872524/steve-sarkisian-drawing-early-attention-as-potential-seahawks-offensive-coordinator-darrell-bevell Steve Sarkisian has presided over a Falconsoffense that took a gigantic step backward in 2017, but it was perhaps inevitable that they would do so after their historic 2016. While he’s made plenty of mistakes as a rookie offensive coordinator, Sark appears to have the confidence of Dan Quinn, and he’s widely expected to be back for the 2018 season. That’s if he doesn’t get hired away by another team, however. That possibility seems pretty remote, but it became more likely (and certainly will be talked about) now that the Seattle Seahawks have fired longtime offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell. https://mobile.twitter.com/Softykjr/status/951000310993965056 Bevell was far from a perfect offensive coordinator, but during his seven seasons in Seattle, he did fine work with Russell Wilson, Doug Baldwin, and a stable of running backs that ranged from great (Marshawn Lynch) to completely anonymous (basically everyone on the roster in 2017). He’s the fall guy for the team’s disappointing season, which saw them miss the playoffs by virtue of a rash of injuries, horrendous offensive line talent and play, and the aforementioned inability to put quality running backs on the field. I don’t expect him to be out of work for very long this offseason. But for our purposes, the relevant question is whether Carroll really will try to steal Sarkisian away. The connection between the two is obvious and dates back to their USC days, and if Carroll personally vouched for Sark, it’s not difficult to imagine that he’ll have some interest. Whether Sark would go to a less talented offense (albeit one with an amazing quarterback) is an open question, as is Carroll’s confidence level that Sark would be an improvement for Seattle. Don’t expect this rumor to go away any time soon, though
  10. I’m cautiously optimistic about facing their defense, only because of the TDs they’ve allowed over the past few weeks since Wentz went down.
  11. Here's hoping he, and the rest of our guys, stay healthy for the next 5 weeks.
  12. I understand. I actually went back to edit it because it posted immediately after yours but you got it already.
  13. This is unrelated and I don’t want to derail the thread but when I saw all the injuries from Thursday, I thought about your thread about starting the war. Back on topic, I think the issue has been execution more than play design. For example, if Julio catches that slant in the first quarter against MIN, he’s still running right now.
  14. That's how Shanahan beat Denver and nullified Von Miller last year.