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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Ensconatus, Sep 11, 2013.
That's the plan boss.
I mean maybe he's just been burning the practice D with those routes consistently enough that he's actually Looking for that now. The Steelers D was playing Off so the cushion was there to work these types. Soft zone and locker WAS timing em pretty damn well.
However, I'd like to see more ability to read the field... That's my concern at the moment. I need more film to see what happens when his first read gets clogged. He basically had his way with the Steelers D. People were completely open or the timing was so on that they couldn't stop the pass. 3 or 4 of them were poorly thrown. Couple were prayers.
That's discouraging to see, and hopefully it will change
Eff you .... I was feeling good till I saw this
im sensing a ton of double moves and deep throws this week
Just as a comparison... Here's some 9er plays.... I didn't cherry pick these btw. There's some similarities... But keap doesn't always go to the immediate back route.
Also... Jesus lord ol might Boldin got some HELLA badass routes... Dude WORKS his CB
I'm curious, what do you guys see in these 'bad routes' we ran against the Steelers and why they won't work? What routes would you propose they should have run against the Steelers considering Locker has never seen that D before so we wanted to limit him holding the ball too long and making risky throws. Win the turnover battle and move the chains. What am I missing?
some people just tryna nit pick and hate on 10 (ya I went there) like when he had the best bdr % people throw that out the window but hate in him for routes hahahhahaha joke
Just hoping that the scheme continues to evolve is all. I mean if everyone here on this board can see the overwhelming tendency... Then the texans will as well.
Locker was basically on time with these routes in this game, but I would extremely doubt they work this consistently Sunday. We will need to have another wrinkle