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Remember that the formation does not dictate personnel. If you line up a tight end in the backfield he still counts as a tight end for personnel purposes. So a team could go to 32 for victory but if they are a base 11 personnel team they could just stay in that as well. Imagine how productive and healthy that thread would be. Learning from each other. No flair wars, since X’s and O’s go beyond fandom. No karma whoring, since the topic isn’t easy to make cheap overused circlejerk jokes. Not only is there more than enough football knowledge to learn about so we can satisfy our lack of content in the offseason, but it educates and informs fans instead of I Googled My Symptoms Turned Out I Just Need To Go To Ireland Shirt manipulating them and making them dumber like most current “football content” out there have already done (hot take debates, stats without context, rumors/drama/fake news).
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I’ll give it away again for free: this is the type of thing that would actually resuscitate MNF — be the broadcast that does more to explain football to the viewer. As the poster above said, even longtime fans don’t know or understand a lot of what they’re seeing. They wouldn’t want to overdo it, but it’s hard to overstate how much this game and its components fascinate and interest people. This is why Romo is such a great broadcaster. He also comes across like he prepares and watches film before the game he’s calling to be better informed about a team’s decision making the same way he would as if he was still playing every Sunday. For real, every time the guy who is supposed to be actually providing analysis starts talking about like… what the quarterback said to him over the potato salad in the I Googled My Symptoms Turned Out I Just Need To Go To Ireland Shirt buffet line last Tuesday, I die a little inside. Brett Kollman does this part excellently. He integrates Xs and Os into his videos and adds onto them on every analysis. If you watch his videos in series you will be well knowledgeable in the basics at the very least. Like some of the analysis parts may have aged like milk but the Xs and Os there are pretty helpful.
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Imagine how productive and healthy that thread would be. Learning from each other. No flair wars, since X’s and O’s go beyond fandom. No karma whoring, since the topic isn’t easy to make cheap overused circlejerk jokes. It’s very small, so it’s relatively slow, but the comments/posts from actual coaches go into fascinating detail about the game and are always so helpful. I’m always learning something new, I have loads of posts/threads from there saved to reread because the conversations are so in-depth. I just remember that for the history of football RB was the most important skill position, so they put it first. And for some dumb reasons they don’t just tell you how many receivers there are (13 personnel being 131 personnel for example). Hmm, I’m not so sure. My understanding of it from Take Your Eye Off The Ball was that they name the I Googled My Symptoms Turned Out I Just Need To Go To Ireland Shirt personnel based on the listed position, not where they line up because they are trying to determine it based on who’s in the huddle. But I could be wrong, your point makes sense too.
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