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 Post subject: Great Fieldgulls piece on how SEA killed the SF screen game
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Big part of why Kaep couldn't get any momentum Sunday. Our front seven was playing smart.

http://www.fieldgulls.com/2012/12/29/38 ... te-carroll

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Thanks for the info. Can you tell us more about it, :)

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http://www.fieldgulls.com/2012/12/29/38 ... te-carroll


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gadgor wrote:

Links are nice :th2thumbs:

Good video. The continued growth of this team is terrific.


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That's what impressed me the most about this game. On the offensive side, one could make the argument that we tore up a J. Smithless D. No such asterisks on their OL. I Believe I saw ONE successful trap play in that game, and it was in garbage time. Very nice improvement.


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I noticed this on several occasions, rather than taking a free run at the QB, I saw Irvin and Clemons on at least two occasions just put their hands between Gore's shoulderpads and keep him in place.

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Red Bryant lay was my favorite.


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Red Bryant lay was my favorite.


Hehe. Throwin that big Red Booty out there on gore. Nice ass work.


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