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    Alldaway 2.0

    This offense should go no huddle more often. Too many weapons and mismatches to allow defenses to bring in proper personnel.

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      cgmaster27

      Agreed, that and the fact that Jameis operates at a much higher level in the no Huddle. Although I do realize you can’t do it all the time. But every once in a while in the middle of drives, they should just go into it without notice.

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        Alldaway 2.0

        Yeah I don’t understand why more teams do not go no huddle once they cross the 50. Even if it is a three and out at that point you can do a punt to pin an offense back. Or if you succeed with a few first downs you are in range for a field goal try or the end zone shot.

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    Dman

    Excited about our season, but waiting for Jamies’ accuracy to improve. Watched on Hard Knocks last night and then looking at video on PR, he rarely hits guys in stride. Usually behind them, low and away, high…. with all the work they’ve been putting in really expected him to look better.

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      Alldaway 2.0

      Yeah Jameis needs work on hi anticipation with short and intermediate throws. This is why I think Koetter is working with Jameis on this now during camp as it will pay off later in the season. In the season you don’t want Jameis taking too many shots with long drops and it helps the offensive line too by having some three step drops.

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