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Thread: Why couldn't the Raiders stop the Tannehill to Hartline connection?

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    Why couldn't the Raiders stop the Tannehill to Hartline connection?

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/miami-dolp...ill-highlights

    It looked like they connected on the same exact comeback route at least 10 times. Why didn't the Raiders adjust to this?

    Reminded me of playing Madden with my little brother...
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    The Raiders did try and put a different corner on Hartline, but they still burned them on that route.

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    their starting cb was out. the second string cb was told to give cushion and not get beat deep at all cost.

    Hartline will not have a field day next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arcadiafinfan View Post
    their starting cb was out. the second string cb was told to give cushion and not get beat deep at all cost.

    Hartline will not have a field day next week.
    bess will
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkapePhin View Post
    http://www.nfl.com/videos/miami-dolp...ill-highlights

    It looked like they connected on the same exact comeback route at least 10 times. Why didn't the Raiders adjust to this?

    Reminded me of playing Madden with my little brother...
    If they couldnt defend it thats their fault.

    One of the very, very, very few things that ive ever remember Trent Dilfer saying was his "philosophy" concerning being a quarterback was giving the ball to the best player. If Shannon Sharpe was open on first down, the ball was going to Sharp. If Shannon Sharpe was open second down, the ball was going to Shannon. If Shannon Sharpe was open on third down, the ball was going to Shannon. Same thing with this game. The Raiders are lucky Philbin and Sherman were coaching(because they wouldnt laugh in their face). Had it been me and i saw that opening, i would have called it every single play and reviled in it.
    Philbin played it smart and exploited a weakness they hadnt discovered(or they had discovered it and ignored it?) or thought they could just "cover up".

    Raiders got outcoached.
    "I'm not here to be a distraction," Pouncey said.
    http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/10...ogical-testing
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    No defense can stop a perfect pass. Back shoulder passes are so hard to stop because the corner is trying to stay between the WR and the endzone when playing off man. I like the way Tannehill throws to the sideline but he's doing it way too much and setting himself up for a pick 6. I would like to see more seam and post throws mixed in but I'll take what the Defense gives us.
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    Their complete inability to adjust to what eventually became hilariously predictable in constantly going to Hartline speaks very poorly for that very young, unaccomplished coaching staff. Raiders are profoundly ****ed.
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    In all honesty, Raiders is not a good team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arcadiafinfan View Post
    In all honesty, Raiders is not a good team.
    ...yet many still had us losing to them. We put a whooping on the Raiders. Bad team or not, who would've thought we put up 35 points up against them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkapePhin View Post
    http://www.nfl.com/videos/miami-dolp...ill-highlights

    It looked like they connected on the same exact comeback route at least 10 times. Why didn't the Raiders adjust to this?

    Reminded me of playing Madden with my little brother...
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