Draftnut57 Posted February 8, 2016 Share Posted February 8, 2016 OK, Do you remember me making a post mid season when i was very upset that Shanny was using O# plays that took way to long to set up before Matt could throw the ball?? And Matt was getting Sacked way to much. Some of our O# plays were taking 5 to 8 seconds ,, OK!! Heres the point.. Did anybody else notice that there was not one O# play by Peyton that took him over 3 seconds to get rid of the ball. after I noticed this , I started keeping up with this.. And every O# play it was 3 seconds on the dot. Every play!!! That O# knows when to look for the ball on every play,, if there were any longer I didn't see it.Now I didnt' start keeping up with this until the second Half.. But The WRs, RBs , TEs know to look for the ball in 3 seconds from the snap. AS soon as the snap u could count it, 1 2 3 throw,,, over and over and over , I did not see it take more or less. So , if you want to know whey Peyton had success, He didn't give the opposing team time to get to him. I was so so mad at the beginning of the year how Shannies O# plays tookso set up and we saw Ryan nearly get killed... made me mad,, and I don't get mad easy.. Shanny needs to look and learn from the SB. One two three ,, gone 1 2 3 gone.. You can't sack a QB that gets rid of the ball that fast.. And yes , even if it's short gains, it not only wears out the opposing D# , it keeps turnovers out. and possesion of the ball, Like is said in post when we started losing, this was our down fall. Those sacks and turnovers that came by 6 to 8 second O# plays is what killed us and brought those Loses .... Why can a couch Coach who never played the game can see this and not a professional O# Coach like Shanny.????? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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