Formula for winning this year

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  1. Bonedoc7777

    Bonedoc7777 Perennial All-Pro

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    Run the ball, no bone head mistakes by QB, and let the defense play, keeps the games close and gives phins a chance, we cannot over come penalties and turnovers at all with this group

    WE ALSO NEED ALOT OF LUCK
     
  2. SCall13

    SCall13 Finheaven QB

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    Wanny is that you? :lol: Or is it Jimmy?

    Seriously, you're right. But we need some plays from the QB spot. We can't rely on just the running game. You saw where that got us. We have to be balanced.
     
  3. Dors156

    Dors156 He's Backkkkk

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    How bout we run the ball so much that we only have to pass the ball 10-12 times a game like the 72 phins
     
  4. noname

    noname Scout Team

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    need to have some success in passing game on early downs...i like how often they are throwing deep...eventually they are going connect on some of them...get early lead and then run the ball and turn the dogs loose...if fins get in must pass situations often we in trouble...just like last few years
     
  5. popularwar

    popularwar Perennial All-Pro

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    Are you crazy!? We've got way too much talent in our receivers to just pound the ball 50 times a game.
     
  6. BlueFin

    BlueFin Seer of Visions Finheaven VIP

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    We still have to take shots deep, we had Boston and Gilmore open deep last night amd the QB overthrew them.
     
  7. 4evaFinz

    4evaFinz Well-Known Member

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    The formula for winning is simple.

    OurScore - TheirScore = PositiveNumber

    That is a winning formula.

    OurScore - TheirScore = NegativeNumber

    That is a losing formula.
     
  8. FinsAreLife

    FinsAreLife F-A-L

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    we get that and were playoff bound
     
  9. Jaj

    Jaj What you say?

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    You have to give deep passing more time than that. The QB first needs to be chosen. If it's Gus it seems we'll go deep more often. If it's not than A.J. will be doing quite a few short slants, but one thing A.J. really needs to work on is not hammering the ball into his RB thats 7 feet from him.
     
  10. yankeehillbilly

    yankeehillbilly FinHeaven VIP

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    yeah, and punting the ball isnt a sin, right?
     
  11. inFINSible

    inFINSible Don't believe everything you think.

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    Don't know the formula for winning this year but, I have the recipe for a championship......add a next year to this year and stir, then wait one year before serving. :D
     
  12. MikeO

    MikeO Premium Member Donator

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    Prayer! lol. Go to church on Saturday nights and again Sunday morning just incase God didn't see ya there on Saturday!

    just kidding. If we get anything out of our QB play, we might not totally suck.
     
  13. MDFINFAN

    MDFINFAN Reach for the Stars Super Donator Donator

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    Interesting, the fact that he completed so many short passes should indicate his ball isn't that hard... Matter of fact for the last 2 weeks AJ haters have complain that he's completed too many short passes. I think AJ's understanding of the short pass can do wonders for his ability to hit the bombs. Hitting the short passes means he's checking off to his 2nd and 3rd options, that's an improvement.
     
  14. SCall13

    SCall13 Finheaven QB

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    This was brought up last night. If AJ is checking off so well, then that contradicts the claims of the Feeley bandwagon that he just doesn't have time to go deep. If he does indeed have time to check down to his third option, then he definetly has time to throw it deep. Gus had a very low completion percentage last night and he didn't play well, but at least he has the confidence to try the big stuff. AJ needs to try for the big plays more often. If he can hit more passes like the one last night and stop locking on to his recievers (thus, tossing pick 6's) then he could turn out to be ok. But that 5 yard per attempt (or sometimes COMPLETION) crap will get us nowhere.
     

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