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  • Schofield Breakdown By Baldy

    I like Baldinger's breakdowns. He dissects the Browns game. You will see how Schofield made good plays at critical times. (Parham TD, Ekeler screen TD, Ekeler rush on 4th down). It was only one game, but he looks way better than he used to.

    PS - Sorry Fleet. I am an idiot and tried and tried to embed the actual video, but I am too old to get it to work.





    TG
    Like, how am I a traitor? Your team are traitors.

  • #2
    Wow, I didn't realize on that 4th and 2 from our own 22-yd. line, that it was SCHOFIELD who pulled out from RG and laid down a nice trap block on Garrett (yellow circle) to spring Ekkie (blue) for that huge first down. Scho barely joins the team, subs for the injured Aboushi, then throws that block like he's been taking reps with the 1st stringers all season long...amazing...Scho looking like a great pickup now...

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    • #3
      I normally like his breakdowns, but he seemed to be clueless or oblivious to the fact that on the Chargers' final offensive play Ekeler was trying not to score and was pulled into the end zone by Cleveland defenders. How did he miss that? It was flaming obvious.

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      • #4
        Good watch, but he couldn’t be more wrong about that seventh TD. He says that Ekeler took on the whole Browns team and punched it in and then says our O-line was too tired to celebrate. No Baldy, the Browns (smartly) dragged him into the end zone and our team was disappointed because they knew they’d screwed up.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Parcells View Post
          Good watch, but he couldn’t be more wrong about that seventh TD. He says that Ekeler took on the whole Browns team and punched it in and then says our O-line was too tired to celebrate. No Baldy, the Browns (smartly) dragged him into the end zone and our team was disappointed because they knew they’d screwed up.
          Yeah, how bizarre is that? Too tired to celebrate?

          I will continue to like Baldinger and watch his vids though. Everybody has a brain fart now and then.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Velo View Post
            I normally like his breakdowns, but he seemed to be clueless or oblivious to the fact that on the Chargers' final offensive play Ekeler was trying not to score and was pulled into the end zone by Cleveland defenders. How did he miss that? It was flaming obvious.
            I assumed he was being sarcastic? No?

            I thought everyone knew and anyone can see (especially an expert like Baldinger) that the Browns not only let Ekeler score on purpose, they made him score on purpose.
            Like, how am I a traitor? Your team are traitors.

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