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Personnel snapshot, and Halloween

Post by News Tribune Staff on Oct. 31, 2006 at 6:55 am with 3 Comments »
October 31, 2006 6:55 am

10 31 2006 Personnel Snapshot.jpgGenerally I’ll provide a bunch of statistical snapshots on Tuesdays. Today will be a little different because it’s Halloween and my kids have all sorts of activities planned, and with players off today, I’ll be earning some daddy points. I will get around to the usual work stuff today, but not as early as usual. Some of the load might even get pushed back until tomorrow morning. We’ll just have see how it goes. I was able to upload the basic offensive personnel snapshot. The numbers from the KC game will have to be double-checked, but they should be very close.

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  1. HawkFromDay1 says:

    Mike, I would be interested to know about the personnel groupings for the first quarter, and in particular the first dozen or so “scripted plays” Holmgren has become famous for.

    That might remove the score as a potential confound to this data. If we’re down 21 in the 4th quarter, we’re chuckin’ it. Those numbers might tell us more about what the offense wants to be, as opposed to what they have had to become.

  2. rwolgemuth says:

    i think with the hawks poor rushing performance so far they need to spread things out more w/4 WRs. that is what the pats did last night in order to spread the field and open up rushing lanes.

  3. badcat63 says:

    Last night New England, with a very effective running game, used the 5 WR (yes 5) set to overwhelm the “great” Vikings at home. The same Vikes that handed it to us at home. The effect of spreading their defense worked very well. Heck, they are assimi9lating many new receivers into their team as well as we are.

    That is the coaching creativity I sense is lacking with dedication to balance and typical adjustments. Heck, NE can run and choose to pas most of the time. We can’t run and should consider more 4 & even 5 receiver sets. If the passing game is our strength use it to our advantage. Get the best pass blocking line in there and throw the ball!

    Even coach said SA probably wouldn’t make a difference the way we are playing. PASS IT!

    GO SEAHAWKS

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