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Thread: Receiver Depth

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    I applaud teams for trying out new trends in football and being willing to experiment some. I haven't ever really understood why anyone would want a QB lined up wide in the wildcat, though. They rarely go in motion to get the ball and they aren't very good receivers most of them. I wouldn't want them trying to throw a big block on the wrong guy. I've wondered why coaches don't pull them for another RB/WR/TE.

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    I don't mind experimenting with new stuff, but I don't understand that formation when you have Manning. The Colts kind of experimented with this last year. My recollection is hazy, but I believe they ran the flea flicker in one game last year. Addai ended up throwing a GW TD pass to Reggie Wayne. Then, the next game, they ran the play again with Wayne as the passer. Result: INT. I can see using it as a surprise play once, maybe, but you gotta believe that your chances increase when you run the offense through Peyton.

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