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trick plays

Discussion in 'NFL Discussions' started by mike_donnelly, Nov 27, 2006.

  1. mike_donnelly

    mike_donnelly Cheesehead

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    Oct 21, 2006
    The Steelers were quite successful with trick plays last season, the most famous being Randel El to Hines in SBXL. I saw in the Bears/Pats game today that Pats did a double reverse, which made them lose ground, but it looked like if they just stuck with the first reverse it was going to be a huge play. Any thoughts on this? Do teams try to be too tricky sometimes? It could actually work to the benefit if you get a reputation as doing them, then the defence can overead things, and the more simple plays that you run become more successful.

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