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Norwood needs toss plays and screens to utilize his speed. He can also be a great weapon at wide receiver. I don't know why we keep bringing this up every year but **** does anyone remember the philly game end of the 1st half? That was just bs playcalling

Norwood needs to be in space and everyone knows it. The fact that the team kept Antoine Smith indicates to me that the Falcons will be more serious about using the speed rushing game in 2010. If Norwood gets hurt, so be it. Keep on keeping on with A. Smith.

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The ugly toss play from the shot gun that made Snelling

look bad twice in about PS game two is not what we need.

There is not enough speed in the world for the rb

to get back to the line of scrimmage the way we block

that thing.

Norwood needs to start up the middle of the field so he

can make his cuts away from the crowd. He needs a fullback

leading worse than Turner does.

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The ugly toss play from the shot gun that made Snelling

look bad twice in about PS game two is not what we need.

There is not enough speed in the world for the rb

to get back to the line of scrimmage the way we block

that thing.

Norwood needs to start up the middle of the field so he

can make his cuts away from the crowd. He needs a fullback

leading worse than Turner does.

that play was dumb i admit but that's not what i'm talking about he does not need a FB to block if he's out at WR

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