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Newton not allowed to audible at the line of scrimmage

Posted: 11/15/2012 5:49 AM

Newton not allowed to audible at the line of scrimmage 


Few audibles

Unlike quarterbacks such as Denver’s Peyton Manning or New Orleans’ Drew Brees, Newton doesn’t have much freedom to audible at the line of scrimmage if he reads a blitz. Rivera said the team has double calls in the huddle, but few changes of the play call at the line.

“It’s not necessarily limiting what he can do at the line of scrimmage,” offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski said. “Some of the things you want to get in rhythm as an offense and are just ‘go’ plays, and you’re going to run them no matter what you see. There’s other things where he does need to check and has the ability to check.

“There are different style offenses. Some people go up there and check every single play. That’s not what we’re doing right now.

“I don’t see doing that anytime soon.”


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Last edited 11/15/2012 5:50 AM by kepickle

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Posted: 11/15/2012 10:11 AM

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Great! That's just what we need, more limitations.  We don't want to surprise the defense and score, god forbid! bangheadbangheadbangheadbanghead
 
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Posted: 11/15/2012 11:55 AM

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kepickle wrote:

Few audibles

Unlike quarterbacks such as Denver’s Peyton Manning or New Orleans’ Drew Brees, Newton doesn’t have much freedom to audible at the line of scrimmage if he reads a blitz. Rivera said the team has double calls in the huddle, but few changes of the play call at the line.

“It’s not necessarily limiting what he can do at the line of scrimmage,” offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski said. “Some of the things you want to get in rhythm as an offense and are just ‘go’ plays, and you’re going to run them no matter what you see. There’s other things where he does need to check and has the ability to check.

“There are different style offenses. Some people go up there and check every single play. That’s not what we’re doing right now.

“I don’t see doing that anytime soon.”



Sounds pretty stupid to me kepickle.
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Posted: 11/15/2012 4:55 PM

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A coach Hurney hired having control and adjustment issues...no way!

Another reason to clean house.
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Posted: 11/15/2012 6:05 PM

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gmonet wrote:
kepickle wrote:

Few audibles

Unlike quarterbacks such as Denver’s Peyton Manning or New Orleans’ Drew Brees, Newton doesn’t have much freedom to audible at the line of scrimmage if he reads a blitz. Rivera said the team has double calls in the huddle, but few changes of the play call at the line.

“It’s not necessarily limiting what he can do at the line of scrimmage,” offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski said. “Some of the things you want to get in rhythm as an offense and are just ‘go’ plays, and you’re going to run them no matter what you see. There’s other things where he does need to check and has the ability to check.

“There are different style offenses. Some people go up there and check every single play. That’s not what we’re doing right now.

“I don’t see doing that anytime soon.”



Sounds pretty stupid to me kepickle.
& some wonder why we are losing BAD COACHS ,now some can figure it out & change to fit there players Much like  DC Sean McDermott who started out the season having issues but than quickly fit those 
NOW IF our NEW GM & HC see fit to keep him I'm ok if not fine he goes too
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Posted: 11/15/2012 7:04 PM

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a QB has to be able to change plays if he sees something that would work better.
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Posted: 11/15/2012 7:16 PM

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I'm fairly sure it was Rivera that brought Chud in...


ShaggyCat wrote: A coach Hurney hired having control and adjustment issues...no way!

Another reason to clean house.

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Posted: 11/15/2012 9:38 PM

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Jackofalltrades1977 wrote: I'm fairly sure it was Rivera that brought Chud in...


ShaggyCat wrote: A coach Hurney hired having control and adjustment issues...no way!

Another reason to clean house.

And Hurney didn't have any say in that decision? I am sure Hurney and Rivera talked in the hiring process about Rivera's coaching staff. I just see Hurney’s fingerprints all over the culture of this team and I can't wait till/hope that the next GM will be able to wipe the BS away. Maybe I am way off base but seeing how this team regressed this year makes me think I am not so far off. Now the coaching staff looks lost, like they are just trying to figure out what reality really is because the boss was fired. This was Hurney’s team from top to bottom even if Rivera recruited Chud.

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Posted: 11/15/2012 9:54 PM

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LOL ! Like Vick !    excited


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Posted: 11/16/2012 1:42 PM

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Each week, I'm more and more convinced that this is the single worst offensive scheme I've ever witnessed in the NFL.
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Posted: 11/18/2012 5:53 PM

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It's a scheme that's been figured out through tape, and hasn't bothered adjusting to what defenses are doing. All the teams that score well in the league make adjustments at the line. Pretty much no team in the league has a collection of players that you just can't stop no matter what. Defenses are too fast and too good. The Panthers aren't anywhere close. The entire NFL has shut down our running game, because they know when we run. Our routes take 5 seconds for receivers to get open and we rarely use the middle of the field, even when we have success doing it during a game.

I think Cam could be so much better with the right scheme.
52Beast wrote: Each week, I'm more and more convinced that this is the single worst offensive scheme I've ever witnessed in the NFL.
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Posted: 11/18/2012 6:01 PM

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To compound that QCHeel we've gone away from what worked last year, which included using TEs over the middle, and mixing up our packages with them. It was awesome when we would come out with a two TE personnel group, and then run a 3 or 4 wide formation. It confused the defense a lot, because suddenly they weren't able to key on what we were doing. That hasn't happened at ALL this year. I thought last year we ran shotgun to wean Cam off of it, and keep him familiar with the offense. This year we use less TEs, which is a QBs best friend, we don't use 3 and 4 wide formations with 2 TEs, and we run EVEN more shotgun. WTF!

 




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Posted: 11/18/2012 6:24 PM

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bigbirdy wrote: LOL ! Like Vick !    excited
except without the bog fighting.....devil

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Posted: 11/18/2012 7:21 PM

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NJpanther05 wrote:
bigbirdy wrote: LOL ! Like Vick !    excited
except without the bog fighting.....devil

That is what Irish people do, LOL ......


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Posted: 11/19/2012 11:05 AM

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Ahaha Chud just blatantly stated his own ineptitude. I guess half of our offensive snaps are his prescribed "Go plays". So that's why we run pointless garbage read option.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 11:44 AM

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kepickle wrote:

Few audibles

Unlike quarterbacks such as Denver’s Peyton Manning or New Orleans’ Drew Brees, Newton doesn’t have much freedom to audible at the line of scrimmage if he reads a blitz. Rivera said the team has double calls in the huddle, but few changes of the play call at the line.

“It’s not necessarily limiting what he can do at the line of scrimmage,” offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski said. “Some of the things you want to get in rhythm as an offense and are just ‘go’ plays, and you’re going to run them no matter what you see. There’s other things where he does need to check and has the ability to check.

“There are different style offenses. Some people go up there and check every single play. That’s not what we’re doing right now.

“I don’t see doing that anytime soon.”



So let me get this right, Chud, ol' boy...our "style of defense" is working? I would not care if Cam called every play we execute, and Keuchly every defensive play.
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