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BeefDawg
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Is that the play you are thinking of with this
Yeah. And my bad. I thought Tindall came from the weakside and shot the B-gap, but he was already on the strongside and just went around the C after the TE ran up the seam.

So an LB blitz, not a stunt. Whatever, lets just do more of it is all I'm sayin.

We're on the same page, bro. No biggie.


meansonny
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So an LB blitz, not a stunt. Whatever, lets just do more of it is all I'm sayin.


I know it is just semantics, but I dont even reference that as a blitz or a delayed blitz.

The QB rolled out and the ILB was spying. The ILB had the alley straight to the QB, so he put pressure on him. If the QB stayed in the pocket, the chances that Tindall rushes goes way down (unless he has that open seam straight to the QB).

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meansonny
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Yeah. And my bad. I thought Tindall came from the weakside and shot the B-gap, but he was already on the strongside and just went around the C after the TE ran up the seam.


We put pressure on the QB a lot. The sack numbers (which are great) dont do it justice. I'm sure Tindall blitzed the A or B gaps at other times.

That is one if my complaints with "havoc rate".
If you hit the QB, that isnt tallied in the havoc rate. If you flush the QB to scramble for 1 to 3 yards, that doesn't tally into the havoc rate.
Both are crucial to punishing great QBs. It doesn't always have to be sacks to make him hear footsteps. We busted Tua good without sacks and it almost led to a SECCG win.


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Lucius Clay
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I wish Tindall could find a way to get on the field more. He seems more aggressive and makes way more TFL than the other ILB


So practice report says Adam Anderson continues to practice at ILB. What up with that? Special package or we just have such an abundance of riches at OLB that we have a 6-5, 230 lb pass rush specialist learning the inside position? Could this become permanent?


muttenstein
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re: Random thoughts after two games...
2 pages and no mention of Eli Wolf? Aside from the fumble, I'm liking what I'm seeing.

Good article on AJC today

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ATHENS — The most catches Eli Wolf had in three seasons at Tennessee was five. The graduate transfer tight end has already matched that in two games at Georgia.

Yes, the opponent was only Murray State of the FCS. But the 6-foot-4, 240-pound Wolf was targeted four times against the Racers and caught them all for a total of 73 yards receiving in the 63-17 victory.

With a catch against Vanderbilt in week one, that gives Wolf five catches for 84 yards on the season. He had 5 for 30 yards all year with the Vols, and nine for 86 yards with one touchdown in three seasons.
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deeprig9
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His name is Air Wolf.


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meansonny
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Yeah. And my bad. I thought Tindall came from the weakside and shot the B-gap


We had a great play on Saturday where Quay Walker shot through the A Gap like a bullet.

So far this season, the blitzes have been called almost perfectly. And executed by our young linebackers with extreme prejudice.


CBBDawg316
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re: Random thoughts after two games...
You're right, the timing and play of the D as a whole has been stellar. The schemes and aggressiveness have worked in our favor through 3 games.

Everyone put a lot of eyes on Coley offensively and his schemes, player utilization and overall strategy; I think the lights will be shining more on Lanning and Co. now that we're facing better/equal caliber opponents. The blitzes and aggressiveness are great, but in the ever changing cat and mouse game with the opposing coordinators, how is Lanning going to respond if his plans don't work or he gets a play or two behind?

Obviously, Kirbs is right there with him but it'll be interesting to see how we continue to grow and react through the season.


meansonny
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re: Random thoughts after two games...
I can only think of 1 call (3rd down) where we blitzed and got caught by a screen unprepared. I think that was to Murray St. Having players definitely helps make the play callers look good. But the timing and pace of the calls appear solid so far.


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CBBDawg316
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Need to find a way to get your playmakers on the field. Depending on how ND comes out and Book's ability to extend plays, I can see us using AA19 as a spy. His presence could help neutralize a big part of Book's game.


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