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10-03-2010, 09:05 PM
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Originally Posted by nyr2k2 View Post
He has guys underneath on quick hitters and slants that he could find, try to open things up. But he's refusing to do that, only looking down field, where as you said there is nothing.
Cutler has never been a great def reader. He excels when his choices are obvious. That's y he was so good in Denver on rollouts that have minimal options. Martz O is similar, he's supposed 2 find the weak spot right away but if he can't or his 1st read is covered he's screwed. Again, he'll play better in the spread where he can c the D better & options r obvious presnap & postsnap as routes are more spread out.

I imagine we'll c a ton of quick slants, wr & rb screens & draws now

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