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 by AvengerRam
3 weeks ago
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Israel   Longwood, FL
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The Ravens have completed 197 passes this year. The breakdown is very interesting:

Wide Receivers: 74 (37.6%)
Tight Ends: 91 (46.2%)
Running Backs/Fullbacks: 32 (16.2%)

The breakdown of receiving yards is similar (total 2,346):

Wide Receivers: 1,022 (43.6%)
Tight Ends: 1,060 (45.2%)
Running Backs/Fullbacks: 264 (11.2%)

Based on this TE-heavy/RB light passing game, I see some I think the following strategies can be considered:

1. Let Ramsey/Hill handle the WRs. For the most part, they shouldn't need too much help (Ramsey in particular) to control the WRs.

2. Let the safeties focus on the TEs. Weddle and Rapp will need to do a good job taking away Jackson's safety blanket.

3. Littleton should spy Jackson, not the RBs. The Ravens' RBs are far less of a threat than Jackson is as a runner.

 by Hacksaw
3 weeks ago
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United States of America   AT THE BEACH
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AvengerRam wrote:The Ravens have completed 197 passes this year. The breakdown is very interesting:

1. Let Ramsey/Hill handle the WRs. For the most part, they shouldn't need too much help (Ramsey in particular) to control the WRs.
Agreed.

2. Let the safeties focus on the TEs. Weddle and Rapp will need to do a good job taking away Jackson's safety blanket.
This will put heat on NRC if things do breakdown.

3. Littleton should spy Jackson, not the RBs. The Ravens' RBs are far less of a threat than Jackson is as a runner.
His quickness are just the fast feet the Rams need to spy Jackson.


This is a big time opportunity on National TV. Perhaps we can match up.

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