are you kidding me
I don't know if defenses have picked up on it, but I did notice it last year. Every time he said "go go" it was a run and "go" was a pass. I mentioned it to my friend to watch for it last season and he saw the same thing.
Of course defenses know about it, and I'm sure our coaches know they know. I've known about it since the last somebody made a thread on it almost a year ago.
The question is to what extent is it exploitable, if it is at all. Its not like they can just stop covering people when they hear the second "go", if they start doing that we can exploit them for much bigger gains on the next play...
I applaud your effort but I can't imagine the Dolphins not realizing this if true. I mean think about it, we have players on the team from other teams we played last year, don't you think they would of said something if so?
I also heard Tannehill using "GO...GO!" last year.
The second they recognize if it is a Go or a Go Go, it's too late to react anyway. The ball is allready snapped. So, I don't think it's a big deal if true.
This also can work in our favor as the season progresses and we switch it up.
I got 5 words for you...."Go Go Play action Bomb!"
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If anything this would lead to all single GO plays gaining advantages as players will freeze in hopes of hearing the second GO-GO, or players will hear the first GO take half a step forward/backward and on the second GO-GO....out of position.
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