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: December 08, 2008, 12:04:51 PM

Opening the game up with some deep passes and reverses can be expected. Especially HB passes in this game. But more than anything, be ready to stop the wildcat offense tonight.

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#1 : December 08, 2008, 12:08:05 PM

Thanks for the heads-up.

Hopefully SR, JF, or CC will pass along this inside information to Monte and Bucs coaching staff.


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#2 : December 08, 2008, 12:10:24 PM

Yeah.  Well I hope you guys are ready to stop some "Wing T"

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#3 : December 08, 2008, 12:12:14 PM

Steve Smith
1.) 154 Yards
2.) 872 Yards 3 TDs
3.) 1110 Yards 7 TDs
4.) 60 Yards
5.) 1563 Yards 12 TDs
6.) 1166 Yards 8 TDs
7.) 1002 Yards 7 TDs

Jerry Rice
1.) 927 Yards 3 TDs
2.) 1570 Yards 15 TDs
3.) 1078 Yards 22 TDs
4.) 1306 Yards 9 TDs
5.) 1483 Yards 17 TDs
6.) 1502 Yards 13 TDs
7.) 1206 Yards 14 TDs


Steve Smith would have to have a heck of a closing to his career to even come close to JR80's numbers.

Silly comparison

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#4 : December 08, 2008, 12:17:44 PM

Yeah actually according to the panthers, our defensive game plan is not based on packages in this game. It's based on formation and disguise and design allowing Peppers to be in multiple spots creating space for our LB's to spy and safeties to play "Edge and Crease" coverages behind our corners. This is all designed for "After the snap" as opposed to before the snap. Something NE ran during their 2004 superbowl season in their 4-3 subpackages for mobile QBs when they weren't running their usual 3-4. But instead of them using a DE in multiple spots, they used Mike Vrabel but we'll being using Peppers. It's real effective so we'll be ready, I'm confident it will work.

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#5 : December 08, 2008, 12:23:12 PM

The worst thing for your defense to do is force Garcia to stay in the pocket and look downfield, because then he might actually see our wide open receivers streaking across the field.

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#6 : December 08, 2008, 12:25:27 PM

Good gosh, man, it's football:  strap it up, line it up, and the last one "standing"... wins.  It's not that complicated.  

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#7 : December 08, 2008, 04:25:54 PM

Opening the game up with some deep passes and reverses can be expected. Especially HB passes in this game. But more than anything, be ready to stop the wildcat offense tonight.

If you have time, please email the gameplan to johngruden@tampbaybucs.com. Thanks a lot. BTW, how's unemployment treating you? Because you seem BORED as hell.

"The reality is we came in with a bad salary cap situation and we left with some $50 million under the cap, so it's not like we went out and spent a lot of money on players." JG

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#8 : December 08, 2008, 04:29:43 PM

Opening the game up with some deep passes and reverses can be expected. Especially HB passes in this game. But more than anything, be ready to stop the wildcat offense tonight.

Again, the Bucs D against the run is as stout as there is in the league. I would say it's the best against the run because of 1 rushing TD and 1 100yr rusher against them.

Delhomo will have to test the secondary because the Bucs vs the run is something the Panthers won't win.
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