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Running game Woes and its not on the RB's

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I got yer running game Wu right here:

 

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Woo!

 

anyone else get this as a top 3 personality trait on Strengths Finder 

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Thanks for posting. As much as it shows Bills OL has work to do it shows how good Tenn D is. And also how poorly the Bills DL is playing compared to a well coached team.

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I think they really need to explore the perimeter quick game via pass and run vs KC. After watching that, makes me wonder how up to the task the interior OL would be against Chris Jones. 

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18 minutes ago, BBills88 said:

 

 

Our o-line has been weak run blocking and finishing their blocks. Teams have scouted this too.

 

Morse and Dawkins are having a good season, but the whole line looks like a cluster because a few pieces are not able execute their assignments and finish their blocks against 4 man fronts.

 

Far too often I see them dancing inplace with d-linemen instead of moving them, allowing them to stay in their gap and shed them to make the stop.

 

On the flip side both the running play calls and Singletary's penchant for dancing a bit behind the line makes the situation worse as they have to hold their initial blocks longer and that ability is usually not there or inconsistent at best.

 

Daboll can do this unit favors by trying to keep the running plays straight forward and quick. And they need to emphasize that concept with Singletary - hit your gap fast.

 

We need Ford to play with better leverage - keeping his feet under him, with more knee bend, and better pad level. The kid is pretty raw and has a ways to go, but the cupboard is not empty.

 

Hoping getting some nasty back with Feliciano will help, though run blocking has not been his strength.

 

 

 

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Running games & RBs don’t -and never have- woo’d me. 

Posting tip: learn to spell

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I'm too old to woo anymore.  All I gots left is woe.

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41 minutes ago, WideNine said:

 

 

 

Hoping getting some nasty back with Feliciano will help, though run blocking has not been his strength.

 

 

 

I have often thought that Feliciano was a very solid run blocker at the point of attack, at least he can get some movement.

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8 minutes ago, Turf Toejam 34 said:

I have often thought that Feliciano was a very solid run blocker at the point of attack, at least he can get some movement.

 

He has always graded out middle tier as a guard some rankings have him as 35th out of 82 guards reviewed.

 

That is not terrible, but he grades lower in his run blocking. I do like that he does finish blocks if he gets into the pads and has some nasty dog in him that this line needs.

 

 

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10 minutes ago, WideNine said:

 

He has always graded out middle tier as a guard some rankings have him as 35th out of 82 guards reviewed.

 

That is not terrible, but he grades lower in his run blocking. I do like that he does finish blocks if he gets into the pads and has some nasty dog in him that this line needs.

 

 

 I would gladly take 32 out of 85 score for a guard with want Ford and Winters have displayed.

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1 hour ago, WideNine said:

 

He has always graded out middle tier as a guard some rankings have him as 35th out of 82 guards reviewed.

 

That is not terrible, but he grades lower in his run blocking. I do like that he does finish blocks if he gets into the pads and has some nasty dog in him that this line needs.

 

 

I very much doubt that Feliciano will supplant Ford, or Spain, or Winters at guard. If anything, he should replace either Boettger, or possibly Bates as backup C/G. But, Ford, Spain, and Winters have all played better than him, IMO.

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It amazes me in the age of google. It only takes 5 seconds.

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4 hours ago, K-9 said:

I got yer running game Wu right here:

 

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Swidgen!

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2 minutes ago, thebandit27 said:


Swidgen!

San Francisco ####sucker!

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3 minutes ago, K-9 said:

San Francisco ####sucker!


I miss that show so much 

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Just now, thebandit27 said:


I miss that show so much 

Same here. Ended much too soon. 

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