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    Aside of Bill Belichick & RAC stopping Peyton often, why hasn't more teams done this more in Peytons twilight years ? We know Peyton is quick to read and release the ball, so again, since he is in the twilight of his years, we know the arm strength and accuracy is slipping, why not give him time to throw, time to throw more mistakes ?

    Why not give him a true 3-4-4 to look at or a 3-4-2-2 with just 2 LB's in each package? Why not rotate our front 3 each chance we get, as often as it takes for them to give everything they have on each play. We stay in a dime package and make them beat us more on the ground. In the 3-4-2-2, we can switch the corners and safeties around each time he goes to audible. Give him a change of scenery just before the snap each time, make him think more as we are busting the WR's at the LOS, allowing the pass rush to get more coverage sacks, he is not going to take off running on us. Our 2 LB's have to stay home on the run and watch the short over the middle routes with our 2 up safeties.

    I may of missed this before, but I do not recall it ever being used very much anymore ?

    True, Peyton has seen it all, but he is not the young Peyton to make all the tight window throws. Make him force those! Make him go more run, force the team to beat someone on the ground, non-conventional Peyton Manning style.

    What am I missing here?

  • #2
    If you go away from what you're good at and used to, doesn't that handicap you as well?

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    • #3
      Just because you give him more time doesnt mean he has to take more time.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Doggcow View Post
        If you go away from what you're good at and used to, doesn't that handicap you as well?
        Maybe to some degree, but if it just doesn't work against 20 to 40 % of the NFL teams, you need some package to deal with those teams.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Powderaddict View Post
          Just because you give him more time doesnt mean he has to take more time.
          If you are lining up almost double coverage on every available receiver and slowing them at the LOS, Peyton has to hold the ball longer to get an open route. With extra DB's, you make him find a tighter window to throw for a better chance of INT's or to make him abandon the pass for a run.

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          • #6
            Cold weather borrow Pats helmets

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            • #7
              Pack it in fellas. It's only taken 25 years, but someone finally figured out how to stop Peyton Manning.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by NFLBRONCO View Post
                Cold weather borrow Pats helmets
                This

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                • #9
                  He made some great throws in tight windows Sunday night. Maybe the way to stop Manning is to do exactly what the Colts and Patriots did, terrify his receivers?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by whoeey View Post
                    He made some great throws in tight windows Sunday night. Maybe the way to stop Manning is to do exactly what the Colts and Patriots did, terrify his receivers?
                    Just hack them the whole game the refs won't call it

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Punisher View Post
                      Just hack them the whole game the refs won't call it
                      Oh, they'll call it vs. KC.

                      If the Donks had been playing anyone else there'd have been 10 PI/D holding calls...

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Punisher View Post
                        Just hack them the whole game the refs won't call it
                        That's true as well.

                        The best qb in the league had a semi-average game (Moreno in destroy mode) and everyone panics. Anyone who counts on that happening again this season is bettin against the odds! I bet Archie has explained to Peyton the importance of running pregame forties by now.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by whoeey View Post
                          That's true as well.

                          The best qb in the league had a semi-average game (Moreno in destroy mode) and everyone panics. Anyone who counts on that happening again this season is bettin against the odds! I bet Archie has explained to Peyton the importance of running pregame forties by now.
                          Manning seems like more of an Apple-tini guy to me...

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Rausch 2.0 View Post
                            Manning seems like more of an Apple-tini guy to me...
                            If the pats make it to the AFCC game in Denver, bellychick will have to plan on stopping the run. He got lucky with some key turnovers and calls or he would have been exposed at his place.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ROYC75 View Post
                              Aside of Bill Belichick & RAC stopping Peyton often, why hasn't more teams done this more in Peytons twilight years ? We know Peyton is quick to read and release the ball, so again, since he is in the twilight of his years, we know the arm strength and accuracy is slipping, why not give him time to throw, time to throw more mistakes ?

                              Why not give him a true 3-4-4 to look at or a 3-4-2-2 with just 2 LB's in each package? Why not rotate our front 3 each chance we get, as often as it takes for them to give everything they have on each play. We stay in a dime package and make them beat us more on the ground. In the 3-4-2-2, we can switch the corners and safeties around each time he goes to audible. Give him a change of scenery just before the snap each time, make him think more as we are busting the WR's at the LOS, allowing the pass rush to get more coverage sacks, he is not going to take off running on us. Our 2 LB's have to stay home on the run and watch the short over the middle routes with our 2 up safeties.

                              I may of missed this before, but I do not recall it ever being used very much anymore ?

                              True, Peyton has seen it all, but he is not the young Peyton to make all the tight window throws. Make him force those! Make him go more run, force the team to beat someone on the ground, non-conventional Peyton Manning style.

                              What am I missing here?
                              The grammar police will give you a pass due to turkey day.

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