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11 Dec 2008
This week, learn the weakness of the Baltimore defense, the secret of Tennessee's strong pass coverage, and why St. Louis is the perfect opponent for Seattle.
Posted by: Aaron Schatz on 11 Dec 2008
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13 Dec 2008, 11:03pm by
Well, to resurrect a Reagan-era joke.... then when Peyton Manning goes home Sunday night after racking up 100 pts, his wife, Ashley, can say "Is that you, Wilt?"
I wonder if Aaron will cut and paste most of that analysis for Brees and the Saints vs. Lions next week. After the Bears, Brees needs 752 (iirc) to break Marino's record of passing yds. Since the Saints are all but mathematically eliminated from the playoffs, I could see Coach Payton letting Brees throw all day.
Has there been a FO article on the pros and cons of play action? Can one use it so much that it ceases to help?
I thought I remember reading somewhere that the Colts' stretch play was very hard to defend, as it delayed the moment of knowing whether it was a run or play action.
The Vikings need offensive line help, while the Bears, Lions, and Packers have significant defensive concerns.
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