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  1. #16

    Re: The Screen Pass...a Dying Breed?



    Brought to you, by none other than - MIKE FLYNN!!!
    The article on the website said it was Terry




  2. #17

    Re: The Screen Pass...a Dying Breed?

    The article on the website said it was Terry
    I read that as well, but after watching the replay on NFL network and replaying the screen a few hundred times (lol) with my tivo it was in fact Flynn.. crazy.




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    Re: The Screen Pass...a Dying Breed?

    Gives me great hope that we will be able to use it this season. It was after all our 1st stringers against a stingy Eagles. OL and McNair sold it well and the downfield blocking was nice to see. Not everyday you get to see Flynn pancake a defender.




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    Re: The Screen Pass...a Dying Breed?

    I agree with pretty much that has been said about the athletic line needed and wo don't have it yet. The screen pass is a thing of beauty when done properly. The KC game from a couple of years ago, the whole freaking line pulled to start the screen. It was executed so well.

    The one play that I liked was the shuffle pass play the Philly pulled. It was a quick developing play that worked well against our aggressive D. I hope the coaches saw that so we can do that with Musa when we play against some aggressive D's and also for our D's sake.




  5. Re: The Screen Pass...a Dying Breed?

    The best running screen teams today, IMO: Patriots, Steelers, Chiefs, And Packers.

    Watching the Packers run a screen in their heyday with Favre was beautiful to watch




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    Re: The Screen Pass...a Dying Breed?

    Welcome aboard, Chix. Good to see you here.
    It's a new season! It's a new day!




  7. Re: The Screen Pass...a Dying Breed?

    Thanks. How do you feel.




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    Re: The Screen Pass...a Dying Breed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn
    I hope too, that we will be having a more athletic line as opposed to the basic girth...that line of JO, Mule, Flynn, Bennie, and Zues may have been the fattest, slowest line in NFL history.
    Although I agree with the overall sentiment of the thread, it's only fair to point out that this line did pave the way for 2066 yards in 2003.
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    Re: The Screen Pass...a Dying Breed?

    I'm working on my post game analysis now and the pancake block downfield that Musa hurdled was in fact that of Mike Flynn....




  10. #25

    Re: The Screen Pass...a Dying Breed?

    Check the Musa Musa Musa video. On the replay, you'll see Mike Flynn on that pancake.

    You gotta give him credit when credit is due.




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