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jerseyguy4
12-11-2012, 08:05 AM
THAT'S HOW IT'S DONE

I really hate New England. But last night they accomplished what the Broncos are struggling mightily to get in place, a solid game plan right out of the gates. Put up 3 TD's in 3 drives, and the game is practically in the bag.

I've discussed this aspect before. The offensive game simplified comes in 2 sections: 1) the scripted game plan you practice during the week, and 2) the adjusted game plan you build as the game goes on.
The scripted game plan is your first 1 to 3 or 4 drives. After that, it's all up in the air.

Peyton has obviously taken care of #2. But McCoy, Fox, and Manning have all struggled to take care of #1.

For reference, these are Denver's last 9 games
OAK - TD, FG, FG
Tampa - TD, Punt, Punt
KC - Punt, FG (miss), INT
SD - Punt, INT, FG (miss)
Car - Punt, Punt, TD
CIN - FG, Punt, TD
NO - Punt, TD, Fumble
SD - Punt, Punt, Punt
NE - Fumble, Punt, TD

And here's NE's last 9.
HOU - TD, TD, TD
MIA - TD, FG (miss), INT
Jets - Punt, FG (miss), TD
Colts - Punt, TD, TD
BUF - FG, TD, TD
STL - TD, TD, TD
Jets - Punt, TD, TD
Sea - Punt, TD, TD
Den - Punt, TD, TD

You can scan the lists and see how much better NE has done. But let's score these for argument's sake. TD = 2, FG (made or missed) = 1, anything else = 0
Over the last 9 games (since we last played one another).
Denver = 17 points
NE = 39 points

The one good thing about Denver's list is that the best game is our most recent, where the first 3 drives were all scoring drives. I would only question whether this is an anomaly, a product of how bad the Raiders are, or are we finally improving? Obviously, Baltimore will be a much better test of improvement.

None of this should be a surprise. Denver has made a name for themselves this year as a 2nd half team. But coming into the playoffs, this is no longer a fun fact overshadowed by a bunch of W's. It makes me nervous, and I see it as our biggest, glaring weakness.

For the first time in many weeks, I am wondering, do we have what it takes?
What's the problem?

HAT
12-11-2012, 08:49 AM
There is no "problem".

NE has their roster & coaching philosophy....Denver has theirs.

All that matters is W's and in that they are equal. Sure, NE beat Denver H2H in Foxboro but that was forever ago.

TonyR
12-11-2012, 08:53 AM
Good post, jerseyguy. I've been noting slow starts as a concern of mine for a few weeks now (although as you noted it wasn't as much of a problem against Oakland). You can't start slow against the elite teams as our 3 losses have shown. You get down 2 scores to the Pats, for example, and you're in big trouble.

fontaine
12-11-2012, 08:56 AM
For reference, these are Denver's last 9 games
OAK - TD, FG, FG
Tampa - TD, Punt, Punt
KC - Punt, FG (miss), INT
SD - Punt, INT, FG (miss)
Car - Punt, Punt, TD
CIN - FG, Punt, TD
NO - Punt, TD, Fumble
SD - Punt, Punt, Punt
NE - Fumble, Punt, TD

I would only question whether this is an anomaly, a product of how bad the Raiders are, or are we finally improving? Obviously, Baltimore will be a much better test of improvement.


For the first time in many weeks, I am wondering, do we have what it takes?
What's the problem?

There's a whole range of issues that have prevented the team firing on all cylinders in the first half. Take the games in batches:

1. Individual mistakes from WRs/TEs: SD first game/CIN/CAR
- Drops have cost us on 2nd/third downs from our wideouts. There have been plenty of occasions where those guys have been in the right place to make a play but drop the pass on 3rd downs which just results in a punt. Or like against NE the WRs fumbling after the catch.

2. Changes to defensive gameplans: TB/OAK:
- Both of these defenses changed their front 7 looks dramatically. TB went with a very vanilla front 7 4-3 look without changing formations, shifts, and looks and just lined up early to try and outplay our OL one on one. They also went very conservative with two deep safeties which limited the big play opportunities and asked their LBers to play their zone drops very well (which they did - see David's interception). OAK completely shifted their front 7 with overloaded blitzes, delayed blitzes and slot blitzes. The offense wasn't prepared to handle this. Eventually the O adjusts in the 2nd half and starts sustaining longer drives.

3. QB/RB/OL errors: KC/SD 2nd game/TB
- Manning doesn't make very many mistakes but the one thing he has been guilty of is trying to throw the ball into very tight coverage, or dropping it in over a defender in zone and behind the safeties. When it works (Joel Dressen TD against Oakland first game) it looks great. When it doesn't you end up with an ugly int against TB where David had a perfect zone drop. Against KC it was the same thing where Manning had no business throwing to Decker deep when he over/under double coverage and that ended up in an int as well.
- Our running game just isn't a homerun threat. Watch the OAK game again and in the first half count how many times we see 6 men in the box. Against that look with two deep safeties, Manning rightly calls run but none of our backs have shown any homerun ability. McGahee has a long run of 31 and Moreno 18. That's pathetic when most of the times our run game see less defenders in the box early and our wideouts do such a good job of blocking.
- OL still makes individual mistakes in allowing unblocked sacks and tackles for a loss.

TonyR
12-11-2012, 08:56 AM
There is no "problem".

If you start slow, make mistakes, and fail in the red zone in the playoffs you're probably going home. These are issues this team has had and really needs to clean up. We've gotten away with it against the mostly mediocre-at-best schedule we've faced the last 8 weeks. Baltimore on the road will be a good test for this team to see if they're ready for prime time.

enjolras
12-11-2012, 09:28 AM
I think it's fascinating that you believe Peyton isn't involved in the scripted plan, but is somehow fully in control of the adjustments.

jerseyguy4
12-11-2012, 09:32 AM
There's a whole range of issues that have prevented the team firing on all cylinders in the first half. Take the games in batches:

1. Individual mistakes from WRs/TEs: SD first game/CIN/CAR
- Drops have cost us on 2nd/third downs from our wideouts. There have been plenty of occasions where those guys have been in the right place to make a play but drop the pass on 3rd downs which just results in a punt. Or like against NE the WRs fumbling after the catch.

2. Changes to defensive gameplans: TB/OAK:
- Both of these defenses changed their front 7 looks dramatically. TB went with a very vanilla front 7 4-3 look without changing formations, shifts, and looks and just lined up early to try and outplay our OL one on one. They also went very conservative with two deep safeties which limited the big play opportunities and asked their LBers to play their zone drops very well (which they did - see David's interception). OAK completely shifted their front 7 with overloaded blitzes, delayed blitzes and slot blitzes. The offense wasn't prepared to handle this. Eventually the O adjusts in the 2nd half and starts sustaining longer drives.

3. QB/RB/OL errors: KC/SD 2nd game/TB
- Manning doesn't make very many mistakes but the one thing he has been guilty of is trying to throw the ball into very tight coverage, or dropping it in over a defender in zone and behind the safeties. When it works (Joel Dressen TD against Oakland first game) it looks great. When it doesn't you end up with an ugly int against TB where David had a perfect zone drop. Against KC it was the same thing where Manning had no business throwing to Decker deep when he over/under double coverage and that ended up in an int as well.
- Our running game just isn't a homerun threat. Watch the OAK game again and in the first half count how many times we see 6 men in the box. Against that look with two deep safeties, Manning rightly calls run but none of our backs have shown any homerun ability. McGahee has a long run of 31 and Moreno 18. That's pathetic when most of the times our run game see less defenders in the box early and our wideouts do such a good job of blocking.
- OL still makes individual mistakes in allowing unblocked sacks and tackles for a loss.
Great break-out. I think your biggest point, is that the problem isn't any 1 thing holding us back. It's a myriad of issues and the timing with which they occur.

When you look at it like this, all seems very correctable, with the exception of the run game. If we struggle going into the playoffs, this is most likely the lynchpin.

However, this seems to be a part of Fox's gameplan. The pound pound pound for 0 to 3 yards early, which have routinely opened up to 5+ yards later in the game. Nonetheless, it's sometimes cringe worthy to watch the early handoffs, fully expecting a stop +/- a yard of the LOS

jerseyguy4
12-11-2012, 09:39 AM
I think it's fascinating that you believe Peyton isn't involved in the scripted plan, but is somehow fully in control of the adjustments.

...But McCoy, Fox, and Manning have all struggled to take care of (the scripted plan)
??

I wouldn't think he's "fully" in control. But I doubt Fox has much time for it during a game. McCoy obviously has to be playing his part, but yes, I think Peyton is the one making mostly making the final decisions.

DENVERDUI55
12-11-2012, 10:41 AM
However, this seems to be a part of Fox's gameplan. The pound pound pound for 0 to 3 yards early, which have routinely opened up to 5+ yards later in the game. Nonetheless, it's sometimes cringe worthy to watch the early handoffs, fully expecting a stop +/- a yard of the LOS

That is also the other teams gameplan by playing 5 and 6 in the box allowing small runs. Lack of speed to the outside allows them to play those guys up the middle knowing they won't give up a big play to the outside. This strategy also means Denver has to go 10 plays or more to score a TD without a drive killing penalty or 3rd down drop.

HAT
12-11-2012, 11:30 AM
If you start slow, make mistakes, and fail in the red zone in the playoffs you're probably going home. These are issues this team has had and really needs to clean up. We've gotten away with it against the mostly mediocre-at-best schedule we've faced the last 8 weeks. Baltimore on the road will be a good test for this team to see if they're ready for prime time.

Of course...But that's not what I meant by no "problem".

Denver certainly has issues and any team can always play better.

But in the context of the OP...Comparing NE's first 3 drive logs to Denver's is pointless. They have a different roster, different roster, different opponents in different weeks. Going up 21-0 isn't the only way to win football games.

It's nice but so is ball control, solid defense and feeling your opponent out / setting them up for 2H adjustments.

BigPlayShay
12-11-2012, 11:57 AM
HOU - TD, TD, TD

This would look a whole lot different if #25 would have just fell on the freaking football after Ridley's fumble.

Are New England's gameplans all that superior, or are they just fantastic at capitalizing on every opportunity? I'd say the Broncos have had just as good of gameplans, but have not capitalized on every opportunity.

jerseyguy4
12-11-2012, 01:51 PM
But in the context of the OP...Comparing NE's first 3 drive logs to Denver's is pointless. They have a different roster, different roster, different opponents in different weeks.

Going up 21-0 isn't the only way to win football games.Another way is to go down 24-0 and come back with 35 points in the 2nd half, but I'd rather not try that every week. ;)
It's nice but so is ball control, solid defense and feeling your opponent out / setting them up for 2H adjustments.
Every team needs an edge. Coming out sharp and scoring is a darn good one. Peyton Manning is here now, and starting out strong should be an expectation. Occasionally, this team is going to have to win a shootout. A shootout is certainly a possibility against NE, and I don't want to see this team start out 21-0 if it does.

broncosteven
12-11-2012, 01:56 PM
McCoy in his tenure here has always been more of a reactionary game caller than an attacker. I think as the year has gone on they have been slowly getting better, if not for some bad turnovers in a couple games this year we would have had more early success.

I am just grateful that our staff can make the right adjustments at the half and do it consistently.

cmhargrove
12-11-2012, 02:26 PM
I think that we may be overthinking this a bit.

We have had less than one year to build a "Manning Offense." In many ways, Peyton still has a bunch of hand-me-down players that we have had to make work. Elway has done an incredible job of rebuilding both sides of this team, but it might take another year or two to build an offensive roster as talented as NE.

I don't even think our gameplan is a bad one, we just need a few more talented pieces. Trade a second rounder for LeSean McCoy (pipe dream), get a speedy young slot receiver who can beat out Stokely, and maybe another H-back stud for the receiving TE role. We would be deadly.

rbackfactory80
12-11-2012, 02:56 PM
Wait until Gronk comes back.

ZONA
12-11-2012, 03:15 PM
Wait until Gronk comes back.

I'm sure they are looking forward to getting him back but all that means is that somebody else is NOT going to get the touches that he is going to take back. When they had both TE's healthy, that meant Lloyd was not getting touches and Welker was being ignored at the beginning of the season also.


I do think NE had a solid game plan but I think a little too much credit going their way. I know they had to execute and they played well but cmon guys, the Texans stank up the joint. I mean, for real, on the goal line they had NOBODY even covering the TE who was out wide all by himself, not a single defender within 10 yards. I mean hey, NE is good but if you're simply going to just give away TD's, anybody could have scored on the Texans there.

DBroncos4life
12-11-2012, 04:00 PM
Wait until Gronk comes back.

Yeah with Gronk NE first three drives against the Texans looks like this:

TD,TD,TD instead of:
TD, TD,TD

rbackfactory80
12-11-2012, 04:20 PM
Yeah with Gronk NE first three drives against the Texans looks like this:

TD,TD,TD instead of:
TD, TD,TD

Yeah, if you don't think he makes a difference you are dumber than I thought.

How about the next 3 punts forced by the Texans D. Probably add another score in there somewhere.

rbackfactory80
12-11-2012, 04:23 PM
I'm sure they are looking forward to getting him back but all that means is that somebody else is NOT going to get the touches that he is going to take back. When they had both TE's healthy, that meant Lloyd was not getting touches and Welker was being ignored at the beginning of the season also.


I do think NE had a solid game plan but I think a little too much credit going their way. I know they had to execute and they played well but cmon guys, the Texans stank up the joint. I mean, for real, on the goal line they had NOBODY even covering the TE who was out wide all by himself, not a single defender within 10 yards. I mean hey, NE is good but if you're simply going to just give away TD's, anybody could have scored on the Texans there.

Him and Hernandez are a nightmare. Then add the rest of that crew. We were fortunate enough to play them when Hernandez was out last game.

DBroncos4life
12-11-2012, 05:14 PM
Yeah, if you don't think he makes a difference you are dumber than I thought.

How about the next 3 punts forced by the Texans D. Probably add another score in there somewhere.

Hilarious! Seriously? Of course I think he makes a difference. Didn't you see my space after one of the commas? Sorry this year has been rough on you. Maybe someday you will get a little humor back in your life :wave:

Action
12-11-2012, 05:29 PM
Thanks for breaking down like that.

I've been trying to make it clear to people, that this is a product of what McDaniels started in Denver when he started scripting plays here.

He's brought that over to NE and it was evolved with their "one word" no huddle and that's what leads them to their blazing fast starts.

Scripting obviously started with Shanahan but that was only for like 9-12 plays. McDaniels had turned that into like 3-4 drives or almost the whole 1st qtr+.

Just a little Denver history.

And I'm not sure if McCoy has the creativity to script anything.

Agamemnon
12-11-2012, 05:30 PM
McCoy sucks, therefore hoping for a great gameplan from the first snap is futile.

Agamemnon
12-11-2012, 05:31 PM
Thanks for breaking down like that.

I've been trying to make it clear to people, that this is a product of what McDaniels started in Denver when he started scripting plays here.

He's brought that over to NE and it was evolved with their "one word" no huddle and that's what leads them to their blazing fast starts.

Scripting obviously started with Shanahan but that was only for like 9-12 plays. McDaniels had turned that into like 3-4 drives or almost the whole 1st qtr+.

Just a little Denver history.

And I'm not sure if McCoy has the creativity to script anything.

Get off McDaniels' nutsack already...

Action
12-11-2012, 05:34 PM
Get off McDaniels' nutsack already...

Whoa wait, so I'm on his nutsack when I give him credit where credit is due, but what does that make you guys that talk about him all season when he struggles?

DBroncos4life
12-11-2012, 05:36 PM
True story, McD hired McCoy.

Agamemnon
12-11-2012, 05:41 PM
Whoa wait, so I'm on his nutsack when I give him credit where credit is due, but what does that make you guys that talk about him all season when he struggles?

Your on his nutsack because your pretty much the only person on this board who can't stop singing his praises and talking about how he'll be a good head coach someday. It's nauseating.

Action
12-11-2012, 05:44 PM
Your on his nutsack because your pretty much the only person on this board who can't stop singing his praises and talking about how he'll be a good head coach someday. It's nauseating.

You really didn't answer my question or refute anything I said.

If possible, try harder.

rbackfactory80
12-11-2012, 05:51 PM
Hilarious! Seriously? Of course I think he makes a difference. Didn't you see my space after one of the commas? Sorry this year has been rough on you. Maybe someday you will get a little humor back in your life :wave:

Humor =/= idiocy

Agamemnon
12-11-2012, 06:44 PM
You really didn't answer my question or refute anything I said.

If possible, try harder.

It wasn't my intention to refute anything. I'm just sick of you slobbing the knob of a guy who was a disgrace to the Broncos organization.

Requiem
12-11-2012, 06:46 PM
McCoy sucks, therefore hoping for a great gameplan from the first snap is futile.

You didn't bother to read what Mediator said to you, did you?

ZONA
12-11-2012, 11:37 PM
Him and Hernandez are a nightmare. Then add the rest of that crew. We were fortunate enough to play them when Hernandez was out last game.

They were fortunate enough to get us early when we still had guys learning to play together, learning new plays on both sides of the ball, not to mention in their house.

It goes both ways.

ZONA
12-11-2012, 11:44 PM
Thanks for breaking down like that.

I've been trying to make it clear to people, that this is a product of what McDaniels started in Denver when he started scripting plays here.

He's brought that over to NE and it was evolved with their "one word" no huddle and that's what leads them to their blazing fast starts.

Scripting obviously started with Shanahan but that was only for like 9-12 plays. McDaniels had turned that into like 3-4 drives or almost the whole 1st qtr+.

Just a little Denver history.

And I'm not sure if McCoy has the creativity to script anything.

Not sure if you realize this or not but most NFL teams script their first 15 plays or so. It's a pretty common thing. I'm not going to argue that McD is not a great coordinator because he is. But we've seen many a time, that doesn't automatically mean a guy is HC material. So many more things go into being a good HC. Josh obviously was not ready for it. Not saying he never will. Most guys do learn quite a bit from their first go around, then again some don't.

Al Wilson
12-12-2012, 12:10 AM
McDaniels is an awesome gameplanner, and play caller. Brady has career years every year McDaniels is the play caller. Numbers don't lie. It's just that he was given too much power when he was hired here.

Action
12-12-2012, 01:37 AM
Not sure if you realize this or not but most NFL teams script their first 15 plays or so. It's a pretty common thing. I'm not going to argue that McD is not a great coordinator because he is. But we've seen many a time, that doesn't automatically mean a guy is HC material. So many more things go into being a good HC. Josh obviously was not ready for it. Not saying he never will. Most guys do learn quite a bit from their first go around, then again some don't.

No, most NFL teams don't script their plays... many do, I don't know the number but to say the majority do is a little bit of a stretch.

No it's not 15 plays either, do you realize how many sorry offensive teams out there? To be able to script 15 straight plays would be an OC with a very bright mind.

Bill Walsh started all this and he did around 20, and that was amazing. Shanny did what? Like 10-15 plays?...

Patriots didn't script plays until this year...

baja
12-12-2012, 07:49 AM
No, most NFL teams don't script their plays... many do, I don't know the number but to say the majority do is a little bit of a stretch.

No it's not 15 plays either, do you realize how many sorry offensive teams out there? To be able to script 15 straight plays would be an OC with a very bright mind.

Bill Walsh started all this and he did around 20, and that was amazing. Shanny did what? Like 10-15 plays?...

Patriots didn't script plays until this year...

Tell me again why it takes a special mind to pre plan the first 15 or so plays.

It's not that hard

fontaine
12-12-2012, 09:11 AM
I have to laugh at the "genius" of a coordinator because he gets to call plays for a hall of fame QB, with all pro TEs, and two solid WRs with a great OL.

Funny how McD's genius doesn't extend to the run game, TEs, QBs, WRs when they're just average players.

Action
12-12-2012, 08:12 PM
I have to laugh at the "genius" of a coordinator because he gets to call plays for a hall of fame QB, with all pro TEs, and two solid WRs with a great OL.

Funny how McD's genius doesn't extend to the run game, TEs, QBs, WRs when they're just average players.

I also have to laugh when people try and use this logic for their own opinion.

Have you ever tried using this logic for every single play caller in the NFL? What prolific NFL play caller do you know that doesn't have a top QB? What prolific NFL play caller made his name by calling plays for average players?

So New England's WR's outside of Welker are above average now? Hilarious!

Check Cassell's output with McDaniels play calling...Look at Orton's career with McDaniels then without McDaniels. Look at Orton's output right after McDaniels was fired.

Doesn't extend to the run game? You mean New England's 7th in the league in rushing run game? While being 5th in passing?

McDaniels gets to call plays for all pro TEs now? You mean the 2 TE's that haven't been on the field with each other all season? 1 that has an injury all season long and another that got injured for the season as the other one came back?

Funny how people can't respect someone when they have personal feelings against them. It's the American way!

Action
12-12-2012, 08:14 PM
It's funny how Peyton Manning only plays well when he has weapons on his team. You know, he's not that good because it's funny how he picks a team with weapons, if he was so good he would have gone to another team with average players to REALLY show his talent...you know guys?

Manning has always had Wayne or Dallas Clark...etc Demaryius Thomas..etc he's really not that good.

LOL

Action
12-12-2012, 08:18 PM
Tell me again why it takes a special mind to pre plan the first 15 or so plays.

It's not that hard

15 plays can span across 3 drives and at most 4-5.

To script 15 plays, you're taking into account 3 and out's, down and distance, turn overs...and what happens if a play doesn't work.

Imagine if you scripted the first 15 plays and the defense completely stuffs you for the 4/9 first plays... and that has caused you to punt twice. Imagine you were on a 3rd and 15 because your previous 2 plays were stuffed and your next play on the "script" was a play action that was focused on the team biting on the run (like the long Lloyd TD against Houston)...

There's just so many things to take into account... when you're scripting plays you have to be so sure these plays will work or else you just wasted a lot of practice time on scripting your plays.

baja
12-12-2012, 08:44 PM
15 plays can span across 3 drives and at most 4-5.

To script 15 plays, you're taking into account 3 and out's, down and distance, turn overs...and what happens if a play doesn't work.

Imagine if you scripted the first 15 plays and the defense completely stuffs you for the 4/9 first plays... and that has caused you to punt twice. Imagine you were on a 3rd and 15 because your previous 2 plays were stuffed and your next play on the "script" was a play action that was focused on the team biting on the run (like the long Lloyd TD against Houston)...

There's just so many things to take into account... when you're scripting plays you have to be so sure these plays will work or else you just wasted a lot of practice time on scripting your plays.

There is no way to know if a OC scraps his script due to circumstances such as you mention therefore there is no way to gauge success or failure.

I have read Shanny was forced at times to go away from his script.

BTW I agree with you on Josh's talent. Rather or not he will grow to be a great HC remains to be seen. He needs to develop people skills that much is clear.

Action
12-12-2012, 09:22 PM
There is no way to know if a OC scraps his script due to circumstances such as you mention therefore there is no way to gauge success or failure.

I have read Shanny was forced at times to go away from his script.

BTW I agree with you on Josh's talent. Rather or not he will grow to be a great HC remains to be seen. He needs to develop people skills that much is clear.

That is true, I was merely just saying why it's difficult. I mean, it's much easier to put together your general situational football game plan and run plays from that, not having to worry about scripting anything...

baja
12-12-2012, 09:31 PM
That is true, I was merely just saying why it's difficult. I mean, it's much easier to put together your general situational football game plan and run plays from that, not having to worry about scripting anything...

My point is scripting plays does not require genius level intellect if you can scrap it without incident when it is not panning out.

BroncoFox
12-12-2012, 09:59 PM
The genius is the drafting and free agent stuff they do, that's all it is really. Their jerkhead coach is amazing at finding talent. And doing stuff like creating the double tight end thingie. They just have a lot of really good players. If you have the players, you can win a lot of games easily.

rugbythug
12-12-2012, 10:20 PM
The genius is the drafting and free agent stuff they do, that's all it is really. Their jerkhead coach is amazing at finding talent. And doing stuff like creating the double tight end thingie. They just have a lot of really good players. If you have the players, you can win a lot of games easily.

everyone knew that both of those tight end were gonna be talents. however they both have serious injury issues.

pricejj
12-12-2012, 11:28 PM
The genius is the drafting and free agent stuff they do, that's all it is really.

It makes it a lot easier when you can trade one of your good friends (Schiano) your 4th round draft pick for a #1 CB (Aqib Talib).

Other than that, Belicheat has been abysmal at finding talent in the Secondary.

Action
12-13-2012, 01:08 AM
My point is scripting plays does not require genius level intellect if you can scrap it without incident when it is not panning out.

Well I mean, I guess that's like saying playing football doesn't require much skill if you can just quit whenever you get injured.

baja
12-13-2012, 07:21 AM
Well I mean, I guess that's like saying playing football doesn't require much skill if you can just quit whenever you get injured.

I just think you are making out that scripting 15 plays is way more difficult than it is. My goodness you claim genius intellect is required. We just disagree.

Do you play chess?

g6matty
12-13-2012, 07:33 AM
Scripting plays is also to see how teams are going to attack a formation so later in the game you know how to attack the defense out of said formation