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    Quote Originally Posted by topscribe View Post
    Actually, I thought that was a reasonable inquiry. If you are going to pose as a
    defensive expert, it would seem to me it is fair to ask of your resume.

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    Think you responded to the wrong post.

    And you can either ask a question or not. I don't care. I'm not "posing" as anything... just offering. What people infer from there is up to them and won't phase me.
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    Think about this if I say anyone has medical questions I got the answer u will want to know whats my resume

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    Quote Originally Posted by yuhateme80 View Post
    Think about this if I say anyone has medical questions I got the answer u will want to know whats my resume
    ...if I have medical questions I'm not asking someone on an internet forum...
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    Not really sure what you have to lose by discussing your resume. It will only help your credibility (unless you're just full of it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheReverend View Post
    Think you responded to the wrong post.

    And you can either ask a question or not. I don't care. I'm not "posing" as anything... just offering. What people infer from there is up to them and won't phase me.
    No, I responded to the intended post, the one in which you accused RC of
    trolling because he wanted to know the extent of your expertise. I just think
    that is a reasonable inquiry, is all.

    Nonetheless, far be it from me to want to suppress your posting. Carry on . . .

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    Whatever his resume is, and if he posted it, you all would just doubt/question it anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheReverend View Post
    ABSOLUTELY.

    Not only does it make 11v11 football and level the playing field more, but it creates SEVERAL huge offensive advantages:

    1. Multi-dimensional offense. You've heard of taking away the passing or running game to make an opposing offense "one dimensional", but what do you do when the running game itself is multidimensional? The reaction time from the snap to the potential hand off is nill for a defensive player and breaks them down to assignment football (player x responsible for player y). If a team designs to remove a Ray Rice from Baltimore, they put the game on Joe Flacco's arm. If a team designs to remove McGahee from Denver, Tim can run rampant.

    2. More than 11 v 11: Tim's run ability and that multi-dimensional rushing game usually translates into at LEAST the weakside DE playing contain (often BOTH DE's), which dramatically slows the pass rush as they're now taking away rushing lanes instead of trying to apply quick pressure. We also generally see 1-2 LBs playing "spy", which opens up coverage seams even more (ref: Miami deep throw to Fells, both TDs @ Oakland, etc).

    3. Size advantage. Going "spread" will bring dime packages out from opposing defenses. More DBs will = better coverage, better speed, but smaller... something a massive player like Tebow can run rough-shod on (heck, we've even seen Aaron Rogers run crazy on defenses thanks to spreads).

    Let me know if you want more details towards any of these.
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    Whatever his resume is, and if he posted it, you all would just doubt/question it anyway.
    Not necessarily. I thought this response of his was pretty decent, and I don't
    see anyone doubting it yet . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoJoe View Post
    Whatever his resume is, and if he posted it, you all would just doubt/question it anyway.
    Not really. His posts seem pretty insightful. Just wondering if he is a coach or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaileyTheBest View Post
    Not really. His posts seem pretty insightful. Just wondering if he is a coach or something.
    That's a much better way to ask someone, as opposed to the way rc reacted.

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    TR, when a QB's passing ability is somewhat in question but the running game is
    strong, could some variation(s) of the "46" defense be effective in this case?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoJoe View Post
    That's a much better way to ask someone, as opposed to the way rc reacted.
    Yes, we can always improve on someone else's posting, can't we?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoJoe View Post
    That's a much better way to ask someone, as opposed to the way rc reacted.
    Agreed. RC started out being pointlessly insulting and abrasive from the git-go. I have no idea why. I wouldn't have answered him either under the circumstances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by topscribe View Post
    Yes, we can always improve on someone else's posting, can't we?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreadnought View Post
    Agreed. RC started out being pointlessly insulting and abrasive from the git-go. I have no idea why. I wouldn't have answered him either under the circumstances.
    "I would like to know your football resume." That's how RC started out. Since he
    stated it precisely the way I was thinking it, I would describe it as direct, rather
    than "insulting and abrasive."

    TR's response, "none of your business," would qualify more as abrasive, IMO. It
    certainly did seem "defensive."

    But then, maybe I'm alone in this . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by topscribe View Post
    "I would like to know your football resume." That's how RC started out. Since he
    stated it precisely the way I was thinking it, I would describe it as direct, rather
    than "insulting and abrasive."

    TR's response, "none of your business," would qualify more as abrasive, IMO. It
    certainly did seem "defensive."

    But then, maybe I'm alone in this . . .

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    I actually tend to agree, and I almost never agree with you or RC!

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