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Re: some interesting stats from the gameOriginally Posted by maineram
Originally Posted by sbramfan
Keep in mind Lovie's Cover 2 worked by a very loose definition of the term. It basically only worked because of the turnovers forced. The Rams under Lovie's scheme still gave up yards and points, as visible in the last few games of 2003 when our run defense was basically as bad as it has been under Marmie.
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Lovie's D doing pretty good in Chicago
I don't know why people keep trying to mold history and make it seem that Lovie wasn't a top D coach that fielded a D that could take you to the Superbowl. He has his scheme and it works. Seems like his D is doing pretty good in Chicago.
It is 2nd in the NFC in points allowed, and 2nd in the NFC in yardage allowed. I'd take double that right now!!!!!
-10-19-2005 #18RamJackson39 Guest
Re: some interesting stats from the gameOutside of Little, SHOW ME THE TALENT ON MY DEFENSE. Anyone please, shed some light because I can't see a dad gum stud anywhere on this defense.
Hargrove would be better if only he wouldnt over pursue. He wants to make a play so bad that he often over pursues a play. We have got to find a way to calm him down.
-10-19-2005 #19moklerman Guest
Re: some interesting stats from the gameThe Rams under Lovie's scheme still gave up yards and points, as visible in the last few games of 2003
The results he's getting in Chicago would seem to indicate his philosophy is more sound than Marmie's.
Re: some interesting stats from the gameplays 30-40%
This was scheme more then anything, the Dolts can pass! We had to stop the big play and die slow that is what we did. If we did not give them the ball 4 times on our side of the field the game would have been closer for sure.
Re: some interesting stats from the game
My understanding is that the wristbands were used to counter the colts no-huddle offense.
Normally the Rams substitute for situations. Since they did not have time to sub they had to go with the guys on the field.
They used the wristbands for assignments in situations that they might not normally be in without the no-huddle.
I think the colts adjusted well to the package that the Rams were using. Marmie on the other hand seemed intent on staying with the game plan and did not appear to make any adjustments. Seems he could have given the colts some different looks, but what the hell do I know.
Re: some interesting stats from the gameOriginally Posted by Ferter
Re: some interesting stats from the gameVitt estimated that Claiborne logged only 12 plays against the Colts. Most of those came in either goal line situations or when the Colts were trying to run out the clock at the end of the game.Of the 30-40% plays, played how many where run plays. How may where run plays where the the runner did not get past the front four. 38 plays x .30% = 11.40 plays.
Re: some interesting stats from the gameOriginally Posted by adarian_too
A2... No, we don't want to lose Tx. If anything, we want to let him loose.
But, I got to ask, what the hell is that avatar of yours and what is it from? I refuse to be your translator if you are going to stand behind me looking like that...
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