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    Re: Duck Gino



    Surprising that the Jets blitzed so little. Maybe Rex doesn't have confidence in his secondary? Anyway, Lebeau certainly will, but I don't think it matters. We win, 23-13.




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    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    Joe's rating is 16.5 when they blitz and you know they'll be blitzing.
    FFS, that was against the JETS, who have one of the best front 7's in football. You keep regurgitating, yes regurgitating that stat like it's his career numbers against the blitz.




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    Quote Originally Posted by lowrider View Post
    Question: Does that difference in PR reflect directly on Gino? In other words, you're putting it all on Gino and that stat is talking about blitzes, in general, not blitzes on Gino. Also, why did Rex choose not to test Gino? He is smart enough to know that Gino has been a weakness. That puzzles me?

    Any way, I agree with your point in principle. When Joe has time to throw, he is a much better QB.
    Thanks.

    I said it's not all on Gino but he hasn't handled the bull rushing too well when it
    comes up the middle.




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    Gino is getting better......lets wait till 11pm before we decide how he does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    We usually lose up there and win here
    about the game.
    3 of the last 4 seasons, we won up there and lost here, with 2011 being the exception where we won both places.




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    Move Joe out of the pocket sometimes, away from Gino.
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    Nowhere in here or the linked article have I seen how many plays the Jets blitzed.

    For reference, if it was only two pass attempts against the blitz then a stat line of 1/2 for no yards and an INT would be a 16.7 rating. But that is such a small sample that you learn next to nothing from it.




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    Re: Duck Gino

    Flacco can read the blitz as good as any QB. If they bring the house they better get there or he will make them pay
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    The Jets definitely blitzed a number of times and came right up the middle. The difference was that Flacco was able to buy some extra time or break away. The play in which he completed a third-down throw to Dallas Clark was one of the times the Jets blitzed. There was another play in which Flacco made a good adjustment and completed a pass to Ed Dickson on a hot route.

    As for tonight, I expect Lebeau to blitz up the gut because those cross blitzes are a big part of their game plan.




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    Re: Duck Gino

    Haven't re watched the game yet, and haven't checked PFF, and yet to see filmstudy's notes. But it seemed like Gino held his own quite well last night. There was very little pressure up the middle.




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    Re: Duck Gino

    Um, watch the game before posting.

    There was no blitz up the middle. Guy in front of him moved around him and didn't bull rush him. Three games in a row now.
    Last edited by AirFlacco; 11-29-2013 at 11:50 AM.




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    Re: Duck Gino

    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    There was no blitz up the middle. Guy in front of him moved to the gap and didn't bull rush him. Three games in a row now.
    You opened up the thread saying this....

    Here comes the blitz. Squeelers are a big blitzing team with multiple packages to begin with but when then saw this stat you just know they'll be blitzing even more.
    Whether they blitzed or not, there were no sacks given up the middle, and the pass protection was pretty damn good.




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    Again, watch the game. Joe had a good quick release last night.

    As others noted, that's their game - blitzing. They didn't do it last night. Third game in a row as I posted, and that bad o-line you mentioned came within a dropped conversion point and a botched FG of winning it.

    Also our line wasn't much better with bad starts. Oher sucked as usual and won't be back next year and in case you didn't notice there was no running game. Rice had about 30 yards, same as Pierce so the line didn't open any holes.

    Neither did Gino who was pushed back a couple of times despite no blitz up the middle. Not too many runs up the middle over him.

    I know it's tough over there across the pond, but watch the game first.
    Last edited by AirFlacco; 11-29-2013 at 11:52 AM.




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    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    As others noted, that's there game. They didn't do it last night. Third game in a row as I posted, and that bad o-line you mentioned came within a dropped conversion point and a botched FG of winning it.

    Also our line had bad starts. Oher sucked as usual and won't be back next year and in case you didn't notice there was no running game. Rice had about 30 yards, same as Pierce so the line didn't open any holes.

    Neither did Gino who was pushed back a couple of times despite no blitz up the middle.
    Michael Oher sucked, no arguments there, but my point was aimed at this thread that you started, you basically said that Gino would lose us the game, which has proven to be FAR from the truth. If you want to start a Michael Oher thread about how bad he sucked, go ahead, I'll agree with you on that one.

    Btw, barely any of our previous Olines (even with Matt Birk or Jason Brown at C) could open up any lanes against Pittsburgh.




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    I opened the thread saying this:

    Here comes the blitz. Squeelers are a big blitzing team with multiple packages to begin with but when then saw this stat you just know they'll be blitzing even more.
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    If they bull rushed him over the middle and for some reason they were the 3rd team in a row that didn't do it.
    It's easer if you're not bull rushed and Gino was still beaten and his man got to the
    backfield.


    Mike Preston said the line was horrendous and still not dominant in run blocking and thus no running game and
    Joe's quick release helped to negate Gino when he was pushed back into him.

    There was no running game and that bad o-line you mentioned almost beat us.
    Last edited by AirFlacco; 11-29-2013 at 12:17 PM.




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