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OSUGiants17
05-31-2007, 06:02 AM
who has the better team?

Los Angeles Flames
Stadium Name: The Firedome
Color Scheme: Black, Red, Orange
Logo: http://images.t-shirts.com/jpegs/int...7;2F149390.jpg

LA Flames

OFFENSE
9-QB—Carson Palmer
20-RB—Marshawn Lynch
26-FB—Tony Hunt
89-TE—Matt Spaeth
80-WR—Dwayne Bowe
82-WR—Jason Hill
86-WR—Yamon Figurs
O-Line—San Diego Chargers


DEFENSE
28-CB—Tanard Jackson
31-CB—Daymeion Hughes
32-FS—Eric Weddle
30-SS—Laron Landry
56-OLB—Shawne Merriman
94-OLB—Quentin Moses
52-ILB—Patrick Willis
50-ILB—Anthony Waters
99-DE—Adam Carriker
94-NT—Marcus Thomas
90-DE—Turk McBride

Vs

Las Vegas Gamblers

Stadium name- The Gamblers Casino

Colors- Blue and Orange

Logo-
http://www.pokershopping.co.uk/images/products/extraimagessmall_1/57_3.jpg

Offense
QB- Brady Quinn
RB- LaDainian Tomlinson
FB- Lorenzo Booker
WR- Calvin Johnson, Sidney Rice, & Chansi Stuckey
TE- Joe Newton
O-Line- Cincinnati Bengals

Defense
DE- Jarvis Moss & Brian Robinson
DT- Justin Harrell & Quinn Pitcock
LB- David Harris, Quincy Black & Tim Shaw
CB- Josh Wilson & Fred Bennett
S- Reggie Nelson & Ed Reed

JK17
05-31-2007, 06:20 AM
My biggest concern in this game is going to have to be stopping LT, obviosuly. While no one can stop LT, I feel confident I can at least limit him, with Willis and Waters in the middle, Moses and Merriman patrolling the outside, and the three big boys in Carriker, McBride, and Thomas, he'll have a hard time gaining ground, with players who are all top five (granted as rookies) in their positions. Of course he'll have a huge impact, its just something I hope I can contain.

The next biggest concern I'd be faced with is limiting the passing game. Calvin Johnson is a great force, but its a known fact that Eric Weddle absolutely shut him down when they faced each other in college (Weddle was playing CB). I plan on having Weddle shadow Hughes in coverage, because alone Hughes won't be able to cover him, but together hopefully they can shut him down. This leaves Tanard Jackson on Rice, who can adequately do the job, and Landry to cover Stuckey if need be, though he doesn't strike much fear into the D, letting Landry venture into the box more to stop LT. Not to mention Moses and Merriman will leave little time to get the ball off anyway.

In terms of attacking the defense, it will be hard, but the main weakness seems to be the outsides, where Robinson is not a great DE, and Moss is good but may be slightly undersized (250 pounds), letting the bigger SD O-Line push him backwards. In addition, the OLB's (Shaw and Black) are good, but certainly not studs. I'd stay away from the middle, where you have two solid DTs and a good ILB, but attack the outsides with Lynch, and run the occasional dive with Hunt to keep the defense on their toes.

In the passing game, I would attack the corners rather then the safeties, since they are dominant. I would try and run quick screens to Figurs, and take advantage of his speed, quick slants to Bowe, to take advantage of a mismatch and his size, and keep the safeties honset with Hill on a deep threat.

If I limit LT, I win, but thats easier said then done.

princefielder28
05-31-2007, 06:44 AM
LA all the way

OSUGiants17
05-31-2007, 07:32 PM
LA all the way
WHAT!?!?!?!?!?!?!

JK17
06-01-2007, 06:10 AM
WHAT!?!?!?!?!?!?!

Well hey, I didn't think it was that ridiculous...

JK17
06-03-2007, 08:49 AM
woo champs!