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    Is there a reason we don't roll Ben right more to give him a nanosecond more time?

    Meaning, away from Adam's assignment?


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    Because we will take away from the threat of bubble screens to the left?
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    Because with the guys flying by Adams so fast, Ben can go around Adams and step up into the empty space.
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    I think part of the reason is that it then limits the field (i.e. eliminates the left side to throw to).

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    Ben rolled right at least once today. And that time he was under pressure immediately.

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    Because that goes against the idea of "protecting him."

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlitzTo7 View Post
    Because that goes against the idea of "protecting him."
    Ben needs to start protecting himself. If he would only execute the offense the way it is drawn up he wouldn't get hit nearly is often.
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    Rolling right would get him killed. He needed to sprint right.

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