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  • the defense's air.

  • Getting it right.

  • If they're calling out the plays regularly, what does that mean for the offense?

  • Look, offensively, we know that in the NFL they're gonna continue to run their plays over and over and over it be like if me and R.

  • C were playing Madden and I was just hitting triangle after a good play, I just triangle over and over again.

  • He knows I'm gonna run the same play.

  • He knows it's coming, but I am not going to change the play up until he stops me.

  • And if the Ravens are gonna continue to run their same place, it's okay.

  • You have to stop them.

  • But then that is the issue for the Ravens.

  • They can't figure it out to go anywhere else.

  • They have to stay with the same stuff.

  • So for me, I could think back to when we're playing.

  • We were playing Manning, right?

  • We're playing Peyton Manning going into the game plan.

  • We knew we could do the same thing all the time.

  • He was gonna kill us, so we went and we changed it up.

  • We went out and we changed our defense.

  • I swapped with our linebackers.

  • We gotta play on it.

  • We had a huge interception.

  • It was massive, right?

  • We stayed with that same type of defense for, like, two more years where we were doing the swaps, and in the second year of it, we were getting absolutely killed by it.

  • So what?

  • My my point is you have to eventually change, and you have to change things up.

  • But if the teams can't stop you, they could call the plays out.

  • It doesn't matter if they can't stop you.

  • Who cares?

  • Here's what I will say.

  • No one in this program does a better job of bringing his great plays from his career onto the show.

  • E give you the respective world pick off Peyton Manning.

  • That makes the show.

  • I like it, But but let me come to you here.

  • You made an interesting comparison to what this Ravens offense is right now.

  • What is that?

  • Well, basically, it's a gadget offense, right?

  • This is basically the Wildcat with a quarterback acting throw.

  • Take Lamar Jackson off the field, put round Brown out there, and it's basically the Wildcat.

  • What happens is it's all about changing the math when you're talking about defense.

  • It's a It's a defense that's supposed to trick your eyes.

  • That's why all the motions are there.

  • What happens is when you played this offense for so long, you start to understand the tendencies of where Ricky Williams lined up or if Ricky Williams lined up at the receiver and it became that jet motion.

  • You start understanding the tendencies of what happens and what certain personnel groupings mean.

  • The NFL is caught in up to this defense, and that's why that, you know people can call out their place.

  • So listen, they have to do something.

  • I said here with you on this set a month ago, and I told you I was concerned about the Baltimore Ravens because I said they need to get up somebody who could be making impact outside the numbers they decided to go with Unique and Jack Away instead of giving Lamar Jackson a toy to play with.

  • And until they do that, they're gonna be stuck with this offense because listen, Lamar Jackson only throwing a couple of touchdowns Thio two receivers, two touchdowns, two receivers outside of tight ends.

  • That's why they have to go out and get an impact player on the outside.

  • If not, then today they're going to continue to struggle.

  • So, RC, let's sort of look ahead at this thing, this particular incarnation of the Ravens.

  • They've been spectacular in moments, and obviously, Lamar Jackson won an M V P.

  • And they've won a lot of games.

  • But how does it end?

  • Does it end with confetti falling on them as champions?

  • Or does it end with them?

  • Ultimately, deciding this way we're playing doesn't wind up working in the big in the in the biggest games.

  • No, I don't believe they end up standing as champions, especially when somebody let Henry Hill in the building.

  • They for gotten two golden rules.

  • You never rat on your friends and you keep your mouth closed.

  • Now we have a team and organization that usually has stability that usually have leadership, and now they're pillow talk, and they're talking to the media about things that go on on the field about things that go on inside their building.

  • We've heard from hardball.

  • We've heard from Roman.

  • We've now heard from Lamar Jackson.

  • I think that lets you know what's going on in this building and let you know that this team isn't playing at a high level and you can't win this way.

  • Necessity and capacity breeds who you are.

  • It turns you to the capacity that they can't throw.

  • The football has now made it a necessity that they learn how to run it and that they run it.

  • They run it consistently, and they run it constantly, and they run it from the same formations.

  • They don't have the people on the outside.

  • As Bart mentioned, They don't have the capacity to expand the passing game right now.

  • So this is who they're going to be and built this way.

  • Playing this way.

  • They can't beat the Kansas City Chiefs when it matter.

  • They can't beat the Pittsburgh Steelers when it matter.

  • And so when we get to the playoffs, we won't be seeing Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens hoisting sticky Lombardi until they change who they are by getting new people to change what they can do.

  • What you think I would RC or RCR Rob?

  • Do you think that the Ravens have a receiver that would crack the top 40 as far a skill position players in this league RC no No, they do not.

  • And that's why they went out and gotten somebody before the trade trade to your point before they went and doubled down on a strength.

  • They went out and got in GAC way, which is all well and good.

  • But in the offensive running right now, you're right.

  • It is a combination of personnel and philosophy.

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The Ravens' offense is like wildcat with a QB that can throw in Lamar Jackson - Bart Scott | Get Up

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/14
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