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    Rollouts, pumpfakes?



    Why they dont use them I have no idea? Just one loss, not that big a deal in the grand scheme of things but geez. The Ravens rarely adjust. Pretty bad performance.




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    Re: Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    I'm not one to bash Cam, but the play calling and overall game plan was just downright terrible.




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    Re: Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    In the world of Cam Cameron, those things exist right next to unicorns and the Loch Ness Monster.




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    Re: Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    Was there one slant? He ran one screen play, you have an aggressive defense and you run no slants, on screens, no rub plays. Its the same deep ball or out routes by boldin or torrey..cam gotta fuckin go, then you dean piss who don't know what stunt blitz is its the same middle linebacker tryna shoot the A gap with a center or guard waiting to pick it up, we got 6'2 corners playing 10-15yrds off receivers wtf is that??? But dan piss and killa cam on a boat and blow that shit up they are both fuckin terrible.




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    Re: Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    A screen, slant, a f'n comback...it's not hard to fucking call Cam. We see what happened when you finally decided to call a screen (congrats to Doss for his first TD). I'm not really mad at the loss, but fuck I hate Cam! And Joe for God sake...pumpfake once or twice dude!
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    Well, some of the batted passes were supposed to be screens and frankly Flacco had no time to pump fake at all let alone get the ball out on time.

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    Re: Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    Quote Originally Posted by Beerracuda View Post
    Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    In the world of Cam Cameron, those things exist right next to unicorns and the Loch Ness Monster.


    Just unimaginative, no ability to adjust.

    With the Ravens there are no adjustments on either side of the ball.
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    Re: Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    Solo all i seen was one other pass that was batted that was suppose to be a screen to Rice. Killa cam sure gives up on those plays after a try or 2 but his deep 10seconds routes he sticks with all game.




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    Re: Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    we are the most vanilla offense in the league




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    Re: Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    Vanilla, predictable and flat.




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    Re: Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenous1 View Post


    Just unimaginative, no ability to adjust.

    With the Ravens there are no adjustments on either side of the ball.
    With coaches like these, it won't matter if we make the playoffs.
    As we'll probably win at home, but lose on the road.




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    Re: Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    Pees looks like he is in over his head on the sidelines, he is fuckin horrible.




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    Re: Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    You won't have to worry about winning any home playoff games. They won't be in the playoffs for anyone to worry about that possibility.




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    Re: Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    We need to spread it out more and be prepared to throw quick short passes to wherever the blitz comes from. We also need to run from the spread formation. We need quick slants, WR inside screens, back-pedal and loft to the RB screens (Packers style) or delayed draws. We need to run more crossing patterns and less "straight-forward for 10-15 yard before outside break or stop" routes.

    We basically need to get rid of the ball way more quickly and call plays that at minimum address the pass rush and at maximum exploit the blitz. Obviously, optimally, you want your OL to give you 5+ seconds every play. But when it is obvious that on that day this is not likely to occur, your choice should not be to pray the next play is different from the previous 20 plays (in terms of protection), but rather to adjust your play calls that assume you will not have much time to get rid of it. And when adjusting, I am way in favor of more receivers, less blockers and quicker throws than I am the max-protect crap where we send out 1-2 receivers and keep extra guys in to block. The former strategy means your QB and WRs have to make some pre-snap and very fast decisions, which maybe they cannot be relied on to do, but if done correctly is better than the latter strategy (that we seem to mostly employ if we adjust at all).




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    Re: Rollouts, pumpfakes?

    Spread formation??? Whats that???




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