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Flacco in the shotgun


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Quarterback Joe Flacco was in the shotgun formation for 11 plays in the first half Monday night, but only four after intermission, when the Ravens held a 21-point lead.

 

He was exceptional in the gun, completing nine of 13 throws for 102 yards and both touchdown passes to Derrick Mason.

 

http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/sports/ravens/blog/2010/12/flacco_deadly_in_the_gun.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+sports_football_ravens+%28Ravens+Insider%29

 

 

Hey Cam you paying attention???

 

 

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If we went into Shotgun in the second half, there could be a bad snap and that would be disasterous. Instead, we should just run ahead twice and throw an out. Then we can punt and that's how successful teams run their second half! lol

 

I understand playing strategically and smart with leads, but cmon, lets not forget that you have to keep pressure applied to NFL teams, especially good ones!

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If we went into Shotgun in the second half, there could be a bad snap and that would be disasterous. Instead, we should just run ahead twice and throw an out. Then we can punt and that's how successful teams run their second half! lol

 

I understand playing strategically and smart with leads, but cmon, lets not forget that you have to keep pressure applied to NFL teams, especially good ones!

 

Hey! Funny and accurate at the same time...this post gets a 10!

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