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Old 01-27-2011, 12:06 AM   #11
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Where the hell do you come up with this comment ? I think Ben was more than a little confused last week ! 10 completions and 4 of his passes hit Jets defenders in the hands!! You need to take Ben's sack off your chin.




you are quite the little curmudgeon, arent you?

take this as a warning.
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Old 01-27-2011, 12:14 AM   #12
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Then you know nothing of Dom Capers.
Uh, he used to be our defensive coordinator.

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Capers prides himself of being the Master of Disguise.
That reminds me of another defensive coordinator I've heard of ... a guy by the name of Dick LeBeau.
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And Big Ben eludes yet another sack as he throws the ball 30 yards downfield to Mike Wallace for a TD.

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Old 01-27-2011, 01:13 AM   #14
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Old 01-27-2011, 01:26 AM   #15
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Then you know nothing of Dom Capers. He has spent the last 19 weeks disguising blitz packages. Do you think BJ Raji slid into coverage by mistake?
other than being the 1st fired coach for expansion teams in carolina and houston, im thinking you didnt know jack shit about dom before last season.



i gotta wonder how much you knew about the 3-4 scheme before last season.
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i gotta wonder how much you knew about the 3-4 scheme before last season
Been a Packer fan since 1968. Played Te-Wideout from 1975-78 in high school, Bayview Red Cats

First noticed Dom when he was a Defensive Backs Coach at Ohio State in 1982. Big 10, Wisconsin and all.

Have you seen any Packer games this year?

Like I said, we don't really play a 3-4
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Then you know nothing of Dom Capers. He has spent the last 19 weeks disguising blitz packages. Do you think BJ Raji slid into coverage by mistake?

Have you not seen one Packer game this year? Capers prides himself of being the Master of Disguise. As the season gets longer the looks have gone from 6 Down Linemen to 0 Down Linemen. Good luck scheming for that.

Everyone says we play a 3-4 D. We actually play a Cover 7 or a 2-4-5 scheme that has baffled offenses all season.

I hope your coaches feel the same way you do!
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Been a Packer fan since 1968. Played Te-Wideout from 1975-78 in high school, Bayview Red Cats

First noticed Dom when he was a Defensive Backs Coach at Ohio State in 1982. Big 10, Wisconsin and all.

Have you seen any Packer games this year?

Like I said, we don't really play a 3-4
Capers used to coach Pittsburgh's D so we know a lot of what he can bring. Could you imagine how thick a defensive football defensive playbook is? There is so much you could do with creativity, esp that of when you got guys like Matthews/Polamalu/Timmons/Woodson/Raji/Harrison, etc.

Green Bay drafted for 2 years straight the personal needed to run their base 3-4 and what they could do. They also, like any other team, can go from a 5-2, to a 3-4, to a 4-4, to a 4-3 the second the ball is snapped. Defense's like ours disguise alot, it's just the matter of the offense determining who's coming and who's fibbing.

I like Green Bay's psycho package, one of my favorite. I'd love to see Pittsburgh use something like that more often, as well as having a Bellicheat type line stand-up (standup nose/tackles/ends.)
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Big Ben is really good in the clutch. That is why I hope the game isnt close and he doesnt have the ball last. He is one of the best qbs in the clutch. I have to give the guy alot of credit. He is very underrated.
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