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 by Hacksaw_64
4 years ago
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United States of America   Inglewood, CA
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the 2001 playbook is awesome.

 by DirtyFacedKid
4 years ago
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United States of America   El Segundo
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Hacksaw_64 wrote:I'm terrified to ever eventually see the 2016 Rams playbook.


It's probably a pop-up book.

 by 69superbowl
4 years ago
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Malaysia   San Jose
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Dammit A1, you da man! Thanks.

 by Hacksaw_64
4 years ago
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United States of America   Inglewood, CA
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St. Louis Rams Offense - 2000 - Mike Martz - Super Bowl XXXIV
Offensive Playbook from Mike Martz with the St. Louis Rams in 2000 when they won Super Bowl XXXIV. This offense was called the "Greatest Show on Turf" and featured Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner and Issac Bruce.

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 by Hacksaw_64
4 years ago
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United States of America   Inglewood, CA
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Here are some nice Rams playbooks from the past..

The Zampese one Is rather relevant still.

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 by snackdaddy
4 years ago
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United States of America   Merced California
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Hacksaw_64 wrote:sweet

I'm terrified to ever eventually see the 2016 Rams playbook.


Someone left it in a coffee shop.

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 by Hacksaw_64
4 years ago
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United States of America   Inglewood, CA
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snackdaddy wrote:Someone left it in a coffee shop.

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Honestly snack. What It looks like to me is Shotty's massively thick and complicated 2014 playbook with 2 addendums. Ghost mostion added by Cignetti for Shotty playbook ver 1.1 and ZBS protections added to clustefuck learning the Shotty playbook/offense even more difficult...

Add to this, Boras had no clue how to run or call the Shotty offense...Shotty barely could. And in order for it to even have a chance for success, if you remember how Shotty used to call games (and it disturbed the hell out of Ram fans) it was bizarrly unconventional. You had to call the plays on down and distance completely backwards. Second and a foot, play action to the post. Third and a foot, fake dive bubble screen.. Third and 8 draw play. Third and 11, toss right. Third and 12, bubble screen. First and 10, bubble screen right. Second and 6, bubble screen left. 3rd and 2, Seven step drop, deep shot... We had no idea what Shotty was doing(I'm not sure our players did either, the playbook was so dam complicated, Brett Farve couldn't even run his offense), but neither did the defense....

Big problem was the Boras "vision" calling the Shotty playbook. It wasn't merely a matter of being overmatched in a matter of a man trying to play checkers in a chess game... It was far worse. Boras was an offensive strategist with a lifetime winning percentage at tic-tac-toe that was below the Mendoza line...

The one actual thing he implemented that seemed to work, the zbs stretch play for Gurley they ran last season, he decided to shelve for some unknown reason this year.

With Boras as the Rams OC. The defense might as well just have just him calling the play in their helmets. I have never in my live seen a playcall more telegraphed/tipped pre-snap by down, distance, tendency and formation in all my life. Its uncanny. Its so obvious that all you do is just watch the defense adjust and cringe..."And pray to yourself there not actually going to run the ball to the right at that are they?" Yep they do...

You can't expect players to block or run successfully in the NFL when a defense knows what and where its coming.

Same with the passing game.


I think we have a couple problems as far as players on offense. Kendricks, Quick, and Britt. I would love to add a new center, guard, TE, 3WR's(2vets1rook) and swing tackle into the fold.

But is it any wonder the offense looks like it does?

I think we need to employ a hypnotist to wipe their brains in the offseason.

 by Hacksaw_64
4 years ago
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United States of America   Inglewood, CA
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 by 69superbowl
4 years ago
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 Joined:  Aug 19 2015
Malaysia   San Jose
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Hack_64, Bobby Wagner said he knows which play is coming 70% of the time. Since he gets to play the Rams twice a year that average is probably about 99% for those two games. Making the other 14 not so impressive.

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