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    Spread 'em Out!

    Let's go 4-wide, spread the Bengals out horizontally, and hit them with some quick-hitting passes. I'd like to also see a little misdirection and some screens tossed in for good measure.

    Take the pressure off this line!!



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    that would be great if we had 4 WRs that could play or a pass catching TE.

    too bad we don't.

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    Mix it up with no huddles every few series.

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    How about mini-no huddles? There must be opportunities to go to no huddle on a play by play basis and maybe catch them off guard ...unable to change any personnel. Say you complete a long pass, the players know to look to Ben for the signal, then everybody lines up in a predetermined formation and the run play comes off in seconds before the other team can trot their beef out on the field.
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    I get your logic Fla. There are two ways to protect your QB from an onslaught.

    One is to bring as many big guys close to the QB as you can and hope that your big guys can hold off their big guys. Obviously, that doesn't work but they keep trying it.

    The other is to move some little guys far away from the QB, and make their guys follow. If not then you have guys standing wide open awaiting the ball.

    Give Wheaton a chance to play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Discipline of Steel View Post
    How about mini-no huddles? There must be opportunities to go to no huddle on a play by play basis and maybe catch them off guard ...unable to change any personnel. Say you complete a long pass, the players know to look to Ben for the signal, then everybody lines up in a predetermined formation and the run play comes off in seconds before the other team can trot their beef out on the field.
    Agree, though with the question of whether our OL have the stamina for the no-huddle, esp the OT's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steeler_fan_in_t.o. View Post

    Give Wheaton a chance to play.
    This is the thing. Why is he not on the field??

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