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Oh come on... Oakland would actually have to run a blocking scheme in general before they could get specific. Or maybe they just need to tell the blockers that the zone they are blocking is in front of the RB and QB...
haha funny but you know somewhere Tom Walsh is reading this saying damn...in front of the QB, now that does make more sense
"When it's third and ten, you can take the milk drinkers and I'll take the whiskey drinkers every time."
Unless he drafts a whole new OL, he's in trouble because I doubt his OLmen can handle man blocking.
Except four of the five starters have started in the NFL, previously, in a man-blocking scheme. They all lost weight to fit into Gibbs' scheme, in the transition from Reeves' traditional man blocking scheme. Kevin Shaffer, for example, put on twenty pounds and had a very good year in Cleveland's more traditional scheme. Though you are right, the OL will be a draft priority. Competition at LG/LT is needed.
The Texans used to run the ZBS, and when Kubiak came over he said he would install the Denver ZBS....BUT then Mike Sherman came over as an assistant head coach and now this year the OC...and they are running a hybrid of the ZBS and regular scheme...he will mix up his old plays from GB now that he has 2 RB's(Green & Gado) and possibly 1 FB(Vonta Leach) from GB
Cable will most likely be running the ZBS in Oakland.Which makes me happy.Grove,Sims,and Gallery all played well before in the ZBS.If Kalil or Staley are there at #33 this Oline could be on the upside of OK next year.
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