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A play I’d like to see Sunday

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 If YOU were calling plays Sunday, what play would you call that wasn’t called against the Chargers?

 

Mine would be a crossing pattern to Campbell (I don’t think they ran that, last Sunday).

 

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4 minutes ago, dodsworth said:

A football through the the uprights....

 That happened twice (4 points) but that would have been funny, if it wasn’t so sad.

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I like your crossing pattern idea.  

I would have liked to see a couple planned bootlegs.   

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Bootleg for a TD. If Manning could do it, I can’t see why JB could not.

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Manning to Harrison on a deep post pattern :rock:

 

Seriously, how about a double-reverse with the ball in Campbell's hands and let him run like the wind.

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47 minutes ago, coltsfeva said:

 That happened twice (4 points) but that would have been funny, if it wasn’t so sad.

He missed one from 46, 29 and an extra point. (7 points) the 46er can be forgiven I guess.

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11 minutes ago, lollygagger8 said:

Play action 

 

A throw to Mack out of the backfield

 

Oh, and a successful screen for once 

 

 It seems all of our opponents have a plan to always cover Hines for screens.
And then we watch teams burn us over and over out in the flat.
We really missed Sheard.

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4 minutes ago, lollygagger8 said:

Play action 

 

 

As the offense progresses, especially the running game, play action opportunities will certainly increase along with its effectiveness.

 

I want to see TY go deep. 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, throwing BBZ said:

 

 It seems all of our opponents have a plan to always cover Hines for screens.
And then we watch teams burn us over and over out in the flat.
 

they are too obvious about throwing to hines when hes in the game but never to mack.  ive made some comments about Mack not being a good catcher, but thats something he should be able to work on.  its not like they are going to ask him to make a lot of hard catches..  The QB cant throw a rocket at his face from 5 yards away either though 

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More short post routes

and LESS screens on 2nd & 3rd and long. 

I don't know what the deal is, but the Colts have been terrible at screens for as long as I can remember. 

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Wasn't Hines a QB at some point in the past? He should be given the option to throw, if the sweep is not working.

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I typically hate gadget plays but Id love to see a double reverse with Hilton and Campbell. Get the defense flowing east with Hilton and have Campbell come back West. 

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