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Old 11-21-2007, 05:30 PM   #11
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Default Re: The foresnics of a Ben pass

it got real cool when they threw luis castillo into the mix and broke down how much time it takes a DE to make it to the qb.

sad thing is that the conclusion was that all our tackles had to do is bump the DE and it should give ben enough time to throw, and how many sacks did we give up last year from people rushing outside the end
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Old 11-21-2007, 05:39 PM   #12
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Default Re: The foresnics of a Ben pass

Oh yeah, and I actually got a little scared when I saw Ben elbow Castillo on the nose. I don't think the front office would appreciate him getting hurt (even if it's one game) thanks to a fancy photo shoot.
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i heard something interesting this week. : the jets figured out that ben likes to roll right when he breaks the pocket, by attacking consistently from the right, it made ben very uncomfortable!

i don't know for sure if this is true, but i would like to go back and watch some film. i think he almost always rolls right, just like they said. how many times have you seen ben roll left, draggin defenders, and make a pass? i can picture a hundred times on the right.

don't know, interesting stuff, but there is little doubt that every team on our schedule will study that tape!

not to get off subject. that was a nice video, thanks!
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Old 11-22-2007, 08:29 AM   #14
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Joey Porter was the blind side quarterback hit project 14MPH at 1160 lbs of force is the velocity of the hit. Comparable to getting hit in the back by a crazed rodeo bull.

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sounds really bad, but it isn't. it's not like it is 1,160 lbs. PSI
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