I believe any man's finest hour - his greatest fulfillment to all he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle...Victorious
Eh you never know it could just be luck that they seemed to have our gameplan on all of those plays. Maybe they get no advantage from it but I sure hope they have, otherwise they had another way of knowing what plays we were running. In fact the overwhelming majority of our success came when Tannehill was in the gun or running silent counts and on the plays with the GO, GO GO we had very little success. Call it what you want but I believe the OP is onto something here.
Pretty sure I heard the browns humming this song.
I don't know if it did help the browns or not but it's still not a good thing if they knew what was coming on all those plays. Having said that, if the oline blocks better we'll be able to run it but it is harder when they keep on stacking the LOS for most of the game.
If "GO GO" tells them it's a run even *most* of the time, then *most* of the time they will be ready to beat our running backs - not a good thing no matter how you want to spin it.
After watching today's game it's official and great catch by the OP.
This should stay on the DL.
When they bite on playaction it should work out for the better for the Dolphins don't you think? The offensive coaches have to be aware of it if us goonies on a message board can hear the cadence.
I looked for it today and noticed it every time.
A single GO was always a pass.
GO GO was always a run.
There were several play action passes off of the single GO. If the D becomes aware of this, they should never bite on the play fake.
Bill Belichick on "putting the tape on"