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T-post Tom
12-02-2005, 11:32 PM
1. It's well known that the donks improved defense is largely due to their improved d-line play and their ability to keep their guys fresh by doing a lot of rotating. I'd love to see the Chiefs offense go no-huddle and keep the same d-linemen on the field as long as possible. If not the whole game, then at least at strategic times.

2. Get ahead early. Pornstache Plummer plays much worse when the donks are playing from behind. If the Chiefs can get ahead early , Wesley & the secondary should have another good week.

3. Squash the bootleg. Stay home and contain on that side. Nuff said.

4. Play Sims sparingly. He's out of practice and the donks will pick on him when they're trying to create cutback lanes.

5. Don't forget to throw on first down once in awhile. They'll be looking for Johnson to run. (And please look for Hall on the deep route when he's lined up on the nickelback and the safeties are cheating up to help cover Gonzo.)

I'm sure the board has many more.

chappy
12-02-2005, 11:53 PM
if i was a coach i would run no huddle as much as i could and the whole game at home

KCChiefsFan88
12-03-2005, 12:04 AM
Don't forget stopping Rod Smith

Mojo Rising
12-03-2005, 12:04 AM
If Whitlock was correct in his column after the Eagles game then Greenís ability to call his own play is severely limited in this offense. He indicated that Green saw Brown cheating on the pivotal pick but couldnít change the play. This would make the no huddle ineffective because it is largely based on the QB running the show. Our O also does so much shifting and substitutions it would hurt us as much as them.

T-post Tom
12-03-2005, 12:21 AM
If Whitlock was correct in his column after the Eagles game then Greenís ability to call his own play is severely limited in this offense. He indicated that Green saw Brown cheating on the pivotal pick but couldnít change the play. This would make the no huddle ineffective because it is largely based on the QB running the show. Our O also does so much shifting and substitutions it would hurt us as much as them.


Green disputed tubby's take later that week. Besides, nothing is written in stone and the Chiefs have gone no-huddle several times this year. Anything can be game-planned. It's not rocket science.

Mojo Rising
12-03-2005, 12:34 AM
But what about the shifting? And, as old as our O line is they could use the rest as much as the D line.