Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by BuffLuKe, Nov 4, 2014.
Nik already started a thread about this.
Oh sorry didn't see it or don't remember if I did. Kiss my burrito burrito.
Found it: http://www.allbuffs.com/showthread.php?t=102271
Yeah thanks for that ahole. Lol.
Notice he said "route" and not "play". Because the OPTION would have won.
Toss sweep with Roger Craig in TecmoBowl.
Bo Jackson was unstoppable in TecmoBowl
Yeah thanks for that I didn't notice ****head.
I don't know. Throwing the short hook into triple coverage seems to work for a TD at least once a game.
The most effective route is the one that the defense isn't covering (or, isn't covering well). Sefo has missed some opportunities this year, as all QBs do, but he needs to improve on that as he transitions to being an upperclassman QB.
I've always found a QB sneak on first down to be effective.
I was good at feigning injury near the sideline and then when the ball is snapped, jump up and start waving my arms and screaming, "I'M OPEN, I'M OPEN."
The back shoulder fade route is the most effective route in football, but only if the QB delivers it correctly.
I think the CU coaches think the bubble screen is the most effective.
For our previous two staffs, the 6 yard button hook on 3 and 8 was the most effective.
Spider 2 y banana. Seriously that play action throw to the fullback seems like it always works. I also love the play where the QB rolls out one way and throws back across the field to the backup TE sneaking out against the grain.
seam up the middle
**** you ea sports.
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