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Coach Speak with Offensive Coordinator / Quarterback Coach Pep Hamilton

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This is when pep hamilton was the offensive coorinator, this video can help give us a preview of what pep hamilton will bring to the colts , and his skill at play calling.

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Def alot of short routes, but they are incorporated well with the deeper routes within the same play. I just want better Red Zone production. That's what we were missing this year often

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This is when pep hamilton was the offensive coorinator, this video can help give us a preview of what pep hamilton will bring to the colts , and his skill at play calling.

I had to stop watching that video after the interception lol, it wasn't making very confident

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So if Pep is OC AND QB Coach, where does that leave Clyde?

 

 

Clyde is still QB's coach. The title of the thread is talking about Pep's title at Stanford.

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I had to stop watching that video after the interception lol, it wasn't making very confident

those are going to happen in any scheme

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tons of short routes, Pep liked to move Luck out of pocket so thats good and i saw lots of empty sets which i wasnt expecting and the deep one every now and then

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Thanks for this excellent contribution. Hopefully this will help cut down on some of the posts from our Newer FB fans.

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I like the underneath routes in combination with some deeper routes. On several occassions the D dropped back to cover the deep threats and that cleared out middle for some decent YAC for the underneath receiver.

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U cant really look at this I understand what kind of plays we will be doing but we've got a tough schedule next year the talent wise is so different for some reason I ain't looking forward to the play calling but that my opinion

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I like the play calling in the video.

 

Pep also likes to give Andrew options which I think is beneficial to him to reading the defense correctly.

 

Also a saw a lot of RBs and guys in the backfield catching passes which is another thing that we needed last year.

 

Also we could see Fleener & Allen getting more time on the field with Fleener in the slot and Allen playing the traditional TE spot.

 

TY could be used like Montgomery was in that bowl game with a lot of bubble screens and short routes and use Hilton's speed to get upfield quickly.

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Def alot of short routes, but they are incorporated well with the deeper routes within the same play. I just want better Red Zone production. That's what we were missing this year often
Mostly short routes because Stanford's receivers weren't speedy.

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Couple of thoughts....

 

As this was a Jan 3 Bowl Game,  remember, Pep had roughly 3-4 weeks to prepare a game plan.   What says more is what an OC does on a week to week basis during the regular season.   My mother can come up with a good game plan in a month and she's been dead for more than 20 years.   (but she was a very good game planner!)

 

Also....   Pep was doing what he was doing because of Stanford's limitations...   few quality WR's...   Stanford ran the ball often and threw ball control pass plays to keep our defense off the field as much as possible. 

 

Pep has been in the NFL for roughly 7 years.   He'll adapt the best of what Stanford did with what the NFL requires....  of that I'm modestly confident.

 

My concern is day to day, week to week, and in-game play calling.   It's Pep, a new NFL OC and play caller,  vs. top NFL DC's....   That concerns me greatly....   He was not viewed as a great play caller at Stanford.   Not bad, but not great.   So, how will he do on the highest level?     That remains to be seen....

 

Interesting times ahead.....

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