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    So you have 2 weeks off and you will be playing 1 of 2 possible teams. Why wait a week to see who you play before you start to prepare? We always hear that on TV. Why not start out preparing for 1 of the teams and if you picked right, you've got a weeks head start. Then you have another full week to prepare for them, giving you you 2 full weeks of preparing for that 1 team. If you guessed wrong, then it's no different then it is when you wait a week. You still got the 1 week to prepare.

    Anybody else ever curious about why they do that?

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    It's actually three potential teams, and I'm pretty sure they use the week off to prepare for all three.

    What I want to know is what the quarterbacks are listening to on their mp3 players on the sidelines of games.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ZONA View Post
      So you have 2 weeks off and you will be playing 1 of 2 possible teams
      Denver could have played one of 3 teams heading into last week's games

      Indy
      KC
      SD

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      • #4
        They probably put in 2 days of prep for each team. If the colts beat the pats then they'll have already gotten a head start scouting for the next round.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ZONA View Post
          So you have 2 weeks off and you will be playing 1 of 2 possible teams. Why wait a week to see who you play before you start to prepare? We always hear that on TV. Why not start out preparing for 1 of the teams and if you picked right, you've got a weeks head start. Then you have another full week to prepare for them, giving you you 2 full weeks of preparing for that 1 team. If you guessed wrong, then it's no different then it is when you wait a week. You still got the 1 week to prepare.

          Anybody else ever curious about why they do that?
          They do prepare. I am sure their preperation started before the season even ended. The thing is the players do not prepare for a team until the team is determined. Staff, scouts and coaches start preparing much ealier.

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          • #6
            They have the Quality Control staff/coaches prepping for all the teams I am pretty sure, then as things get sorted out they build more and more detail.

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            • #7
              What makes you so sure they didn't watch game film on all three teams and worked on problem areas like stopping the run, ball security and ST's?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DomCasual View Post
                It's actually three potential teams, and I'm pretty sure they use the week off to prepare for all three.

                What I want to know is what the quarterbacks are listening to on their mp3 players on the sidelines of games.
                http://mp3skull.com/mp3/jedi_mind_tr...ve_of_war.html

                now you know

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