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Not Running The Ball Is Coming To Roost


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I have to agree.....we give the ball to Turner and gets 9 yards on one carry and then we do not hand him the balll again??.....Ryan has also made 2 bad throws,the third was not really his fault,was hit when he threw...but as bad as we have been this half,we are only down one score and hopefully,this staff will come out strong with some adjustments in the 2nd half...

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I have to agree.....we give the ball to Turner and gets 9 yards on one carry and then we do not hand him the balll again??.....Ryan has also made 2 bad throws,the third was not really his fault,was hit when he threw...but as bad as we have been this half,we are only down one score and hopefully,this staff will come out strong with some adjustments in the 2nd half...

Awful play calling today. Awful. Raiders are 31st vs he run. We can run. Why don't we

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NO, Having no O-Line is coming home to roost, running game doesnt work to well

when there are no holes and even when there are running back is too fat and slow to get there

You're wrong.

We CAN run the ball, just not when the defense is STACKED UP to STOP the run. If they've got 8 in the box, we should throw. If they're in a heavy/goal line set, we should play action our ***** off. The point of this offense is to not be stopped because no matter what you defend, we always have somewhere else to go. The point of the offense isn't to do what you're defending JUST BECAUSE we CAN, because we CAN'T.

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