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ztraveler
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re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


Miles is a BIG TEN GUY... all he knows.





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thunderbird1100
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re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


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It would be nice if our guys could get some separation on the deep ball.



Seriously? This wasn't a problem this year. Mett missed probably 25-30 guys on go routes who were otherwise open to make a play.






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dominustd
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re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


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I would kill to have the offense from 05-07


Saban recruited very well. FACT! Miles can't keep up. FACT!

The butthurt will be strong now. FACT!






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TheTruthPolice
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Member since Aug 2010
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re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


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Saban recruited very well. FACT! Miles can't keep up. FACT!


Your right our offense was so great in 2002 and 2004 with Saban recruiting.






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Tmacelroy12
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re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


I still think we will ram it down people's throats, but no doubt we will open up the passing game and stretch the field vertically. I'm very excited to see what the next season holds.





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Fabius
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Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2007
403 posts

re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


Mett just needs to learn one simple fact. If you overthrow the receiver there is no chance for a completion. Put a little air under the ball and give your receivers a chance to make a play.

Also, if there is no safety over the top, throw to the front shoulder.






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ATLTiger
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re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


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Bigger WR = Better blocking



not always.

I'd take Jarvis and Boone blocking over Randle and TToliver play fighting all day every day.






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heatom2
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re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


I dont think some some of you stupid fricks even eatch the games. Mett threw for close to 300 a couple of times this season. Miles has no problem throwing the ball if the.personnel can handle it.





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tigerprl
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re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


Miles will make use of the talent on hand.
If we can get a balanced offense with a real threat of vertical game then things going to go our way. also when everyone including the guy selling peanuts knows what the next play call will be it makes it easier to defend. Even though i know we broke some good up the middle plays when we all knew we were going up the middle. Helps to keep them guessing and lot of time they guess wrong and well you get it.






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elprez00
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re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


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Looks like the next few years we'll have some big fast receivers and two strictly pocket passers in that span.

I would think Les' offense would work better with a pocket passer. PA is a powerful weapon when you run the ball effectively.






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YouAre8Up
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Member since Mar 2011
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re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


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Looks like the next few years we'll have some big fast receivers and two strictly pocket passers in that span. I don't say we go pass happy but I think we'll be more balanced than the 70/30 run to pass the last few years. I see the offense becoming explosive if the OL projects to be as good as it was when they started the freshman.


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League Champs
Bayou Self
Member since Oct 2012
3301 posts

re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


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CLM plays to the strength to his hand. JJ and JL were not strengths.

Lee was the SEC's most efficient QB. He got benched for what we saw against UGA and Bama. CLM cant recognize a strength.
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Georgia 5-13-0 30 yds 1 TD 2-23 sacks
Alabama 11-17-1 53 yds 0 TD 4-26 sacks

Thats all you need to know about Miles' philosophy






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Champagne
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re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


The key to Winning Foot-Ball is to halt the opponent's matriculation down the field toward your own End Zone.

When on the Offensive, the key to Winning Foot-Ball is the Drop Kick and the Field Goal.

The Forward Pass is a new-fangled abomination to be avoided at all costs.






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dcrews
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re: Does Miles change offensive strategy with all the big WRs coming in?


If these receivers can actually catch, then I would imagine miles will incorporate more passing.





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