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3 minutes ago, Titans279 said:

No ones commented on it but that one read thing... 😬

 

Doesn’t seem sustainable. 

 

Of course not because of what that means.  

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3 minutes ago, Titans279 said:

No ones commented on it but that one read thing... 😬

 

Doesn’t seem sustainable. 

 

1st and 10 from the 11 yard line.  A very convincing play action on an obvious running down.  Walker starts to block then leaks out for a pass play.   It was more about the design of the play than it being one read play.  In fact one read plays happen all the time in the NFL.  

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10 minutes ago, Righteous said:

 

1st and 10 from the 11 yard line.  A very convincing play action on an obvious running down.  Walker starts to block then leaks out for a pass play.   It was more about the design of the play than it being one read play.  In fact one read plays happen all the time in the NFL.  

Oh boy here we go ... 

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29 minutes ago, Titans279 said:

No ones commented on it but that one read thing... 😬

 

Doesn’t seem sustainable. 

 

The whole offense isn't one read, just watch the coaches' tape nine posted there are usually at least 3 receiving options. The one read plays were the redzone TDs to Walker. The point is pass to the open read or keep it and use his legs in a goal to go situation.

 

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2 minutes ago, big2033 said:

It's amazing how you guys spin this stuff ... 

No actually it's amazing how you spin it. It actually is true that all across the NFL every week there are throws that are one read, especially near the goal line. Look at Dak's touchdown to Witten this week. Look at plenty of Watson's TDs or Goff's TDs over the last couple years that were near the goal line. When you're within 10 yards of the end zone, you have to call plays that are more one read because there's not a lot of space to work with. Also, aren't screen passes one read? 

 

And we've already acknowledged that Arthur Smith was the MVP of the game and Mariota didn't have a great game like his stat line suggests. Finally we have an OC who's able to design that because it's definitely been missing over the last couple years. But are you going to criticize him for executing those simple plays just because they were simple?

 

 

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31 minutes ago, Righteous said:

 

1st and 10 from the 11 yard line.  A very convincing play action on an obvious running down.  Walker starts to block then leaks out for a pass play.   It was more about the design of the play than it being one read play.  In fact one read plays happen all the time in the NFL.  

Yup.  It's a timing play.

Every team uses them.  And they do so because they're so hard to stop if you don't see them coming.

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3 minutes ago, newschool said:

 

The whole offense isn't one read, just watch the coaches' tape nine posted there are usually at least 3 receiving options. The one read plays were the redzone TDs to Walker. The point is pass to the open read or keep it and use his legs in a goal to go situation.

 

Exactly...AJ had cleared out the left side of the field if Walker was covered.  Simply great play design, if anything.  But instead of giving Smith credit for that, as Cossell was attempting to do, the idiots once again attempt to hijack the thread.  And the same idiot was afraid to bet me on Mariota's production.  Some fools just love to talk.

 

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From the the tweet it sounds like it’s a general statement about how they’re simplifying things for Mariota (because he needs it to be simple) rather than being about specific schemed plays in certain situations (a la Mularkey!) just because those are the best plays.  

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9 minutes ago, newschool said:

 

The whole offense isn't one read, just watch the coaches' tape nine posted there are usually at least 3 receiving options. The one read plays were the redzone TDs to Walker. The point is pass to the open read or keep it and use his legs in a goal to go situation.

 

Of course. Cossel wasn’t saying the offense is now 1 read. You knew big would take that and run with it. 

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