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Tony Sparano stands behind Wildcat

Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by frags, Sep 27, 2010.

  1. frags

    frags New Member

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  2. Rocky Raccoon

    Rocky Raccoon Greasepaint Ghost Staff Member

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    That's fine. Just stop using it at times where our offense is in a groove and cruising.
     
  3. dolfan22

    dolfan22 Season Ticket Holder Club Member

    Part of the problem with that as I see it , is that we get a couple 4 yd pays , a stuff for one and negative yards. If we don't get the big plays that we previously did , what is a more effective overall offense on average?

    We still lack some players , which was predictable, we are not good enough to win with multiple mistakes or if we meet a very good team playing well that day .

    We are getting there though...
     
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  4. djphinfan

    djphinfan Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    I stand behind it as well in the correct down and distance scenario's.
     
  5. Roman529

    Roman529 Senior Member

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    It's WHEN we use the Wildcat that's the problem. When Henne is making some nice throws and you have Marshall, Bess and Hartline making catches, why stop and call a reverse that losses you yards, and kill the momentum you had in you passing game?

    What I like is how Martz has been using the Wildcat with the Bears....he doesn't always take Cutler out but he moves him around, and sometimes moves Cutler back to the QB position after having him on the sidelines, which confuses the Defense. When Ronnie is back there the defense knows he is faking a handoff to Ricky and then running it, usually to the left. I liked that Ronnie threw a pass out of the Wildcat but it was off the mark. I would prefer we only use the Wildcat maybe five times a game.
     
  6. adamprez2003

    adamprez2003 Senior Member

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    it wasnt off the mark. cromartie never bit and had perfect coverage on marshall the entire route. it was a good play throwing it away
     
  7. adamprez2003

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    actually i have been watching this game tonight again and the wildcat wasnt as bad as i thought. the first reverse to marshall should never have been run. the jets overloaded the left side and ronnie should have kept the ball and run up the middle or towards the right. it was a blown read by ronnie
     

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