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  • 0-10 Oakland develops the blueprint to beat the Chefs!

    DOMINANT D: Run at their NT, once Oakland stopped using mCfadden and the busted MGD and went to quicker bigger backs who trusted their vision they were able to run inside Dives for 4-6 yards just about every time.

    The 90 yard TD run was pure over pursuit of the kFc secondary looking to jump a route for a quick pick 6. Had Murray stayed in the game this one would have been over early.

    Passing game: Oakland got Parker to 2nd guess on the TD. He is a backup working on to the field because Berry is not as good as he used to be. Oakland was able to 1) protect Carr long enough to get through his reads and 2) able to get seperation on 3rd downs to extend drives. kFc's Pass D is very overrated because teams fear their pass rush and check down to more routes that are coverable which plays into kFc hands, as long as they don't get caught looking for a pass then get a 90 yard TD run on them! HAHAHAHAHA.

    ST's: Dave Toub should be in the HOF for his return teams. ALL of kFc's scoring drives came on fields around 60 yards or less. When backed up kFc could not string together enough conversions to keep the drive alive. Do not kick to them, the kickoffs need to go out of the endzone. On Punts DAT still doesn't know where he is sometimes but on fieldable punts at midfield he is more of a threat to add 10-15 yards and give the O a short field. DO NOT GIVE SHORT FIELDS vs kFc.

    Turnovers and Luck: kFc's luck finally ran out last night. No flag on the last play to extend the drive. No turnover by Oakland after the early muffed punt. Buff should have won that game between the fumbles and the Ref's making bad calls that went kFcs way (i.e. the FS call on 4th and 1 that should have been on kFc) they find ways to capitalize late in games down 2 scores. PROTECT THE BALL and LIMIT FOULS INCLUDING ANYTHING THAT SORT OF LOOKS LIKE A FOUL especially on 3rd down.

    kFc's Run Game: Limit Charles ability to cut back. The raiders DL made some great plays falling back into the lane and getting hands on Charles feet to bring him down and limit him. He had 71 yards rushing in the 1st half but ended with 80 yards because kFc was down 2 scores and had to throw it. Davis is a good solid backup. Smith was stifled in the run game, Oak rushed and brought pressure with 4 DL which allowed them to keep their LB's dropped in coverage and or spying Smith. Limit Smith to 1 or 2 yard gains and he will look to throw later in the game over running it where he can make a dude miss. BOTTLE UP THEIR RUN GAME AND DON'T ALLOW SMITH TO PULL THE BALL DOWN AND RUN FREE.

    ON D: Hit Smith every time you can, those hits added up late in the game which caused bad throws that hopped the ground or went errant.

    Is this a blue print, NOPE but I thought it was funny. Is it common sense? Yes.

  • #2
    Get R Done

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    • #3
      Field position. Cant do it.

      Signed - Jeff Rodgers

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      • #4
        Nice blueprint...
        Pressure Smith with the front 4......?

        Del Rio will probably drop Ware and Von into coverage. That will fool him!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jekyll15Hyde View Post
          Field position. Cant do it.

          Signed - Jeff Rodgers

          What he said

          Signed - Britton Colquitt

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          • #6
            The best thing about that game was when a player went sliding into the mud. Ok, that was 2nd. The best was the Raiders knocking KC back a game. Now all we need to do is have somebody take out NE while we get our **** together.

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            • #7
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              Like Bill says MJD is a waste of a roster spot.
              Last edited by DENVERDUI55; 11-21-2014, 05:45 PM.

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              • #8
                Anderson right up the middle.... over and over again.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by DENVERDUI55 View Post
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                  Like Bill says MJD is a waste of a roster spot.
                  Love Romo, not so much as a Raider but he is all heart.

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                  • #10
                    Romo would have kicked some azz in ancient Greese...modern day gladiator. Remember him breaking Kerry Collins jaw in a Preseason game...lol! Then he poked some dudes eye out on the faid forcing him to retire...damn human wrecking ball.

                    Too soon to laff?

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                    • #11
                      since when does a team need a blueprint to beat the chefs? mediocre teams don't generally need a blueprint.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Guess Who View Post
                        Love Romo, not so much as a Raider but he is all heart.
                        Bill is a Raider at heart. He loves that team and the Raiders. That is all he talks about. He played 2 years there and picked them over SF and Denver even. He hates both of those teams.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by BroncosfanGuy View Post
                          since when does a team need a blueprint to beat the chefs? mediocre teams don't generally need a blueprint.
                          the Broncos had better be ready for the KC game. they'll have 10 days to prepare and they'll have 10 days to reflect on how the Raiders embarrassed them.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by BroncosfanGuy View Post
                            since when does a team need a blueprint to beat the chefs? mediocre teams don't generally need a blueprint.
                            It was a joke just for that reason.

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                            • #15
                              Here's the recipe:

                              Woodson during his pre-game pep talk right before kickoff:

                              "You played in the rain and the mud when you were kids, so get the uniform dirty a little bit. Pick some dirt up, rub it on your uniform, and let’s have fun out there today.”

                              Link: http://www.sportstalkflorida.com/rai...uld-take-note/

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