Clancy's 3-Man Front...

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  1. Redheart

    Redheart Stack 'em up!

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    ...should be put away in a dark place where no one ever goes.

    "What in THE hell"?!
     
  2. Rats

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    I think we were giving away stoutness for speed in this set....we will probably see it alot because we are small and have to play to our perceived strength. Injuries and no depth will dictate what we do here.
     
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    Add the five man front with Ross Klo? #72 in the line. I thought we started to stop the run when went to the base defense.
     
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    agreed- 3 man front is as good as the prevent defense.

    you don't want to win if your playing it.
     
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    I think Dockett was hurt early and that contributed to his lack of effectiveness. I'm guessing that the team thought it'd be better off with another safety or corner than running RK out there more than necessary. I don't know how often he was on the field, but I saw his number way more often than I wanted to.
     

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