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Team Scouting Reports

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    woodsmall and slicknick202 both came up with the same idea: to create a thread where users can post scouting reports on teams in the league. Since we cannot watch others play, this thread will serve to help teams prepare for each other during the season. Also, it will help teams know what the other teams think it is they do well and allow them to create/alter their gameplans accordingly. So, with that I bring you the Team Scouting Reports thread.

    The first 32 posts will be a post for each team in the league. As users submit their scouting reports, I will update the post for that team so that all of the scouting info is contained in an easy to find post. The posts will be organized in alphabetical order, by division. Example: Buffalo, Miami, New England, New York (A), Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, etc.

    As soon as I get the 32 team posts created, I will open this thread and everyone can start submitting their scouting reports on teams that they have played so far. This is not mandatory, but encouraged :)
     
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    Miami Dolphins MarkyMark67

    Offensive scheme: West Coast
    Offensive playbook: Packers
    Defensive scheme: Base 4-3
    Defensive playbook: 4-3
     
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    New England Patriots coachgaddy

    Offensive Scheme: Spread offense
    Offensive Playbook: New England Patriots
    Defensive Scheme: Attack 3-4
    Defensive Playbook: San Francisco 49ers
     
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    Baltimore Ravens bigtubb_

    Offensive Scheme: Power Run
    Offensive Playbook: Ravens (John Harbaugh)
    Defensive Scheme: 3-4 zone blitz
    Defensive Playbook: Ravens (John Harbaugh)
     
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    Cincinnati Bengals Crumbler81

    Offensive Scheme: Balanced Offense
    Offensive Playbook: Giants
    Defensive Scheme: Attacking 4-3
    Defensive Playbook: Giants
     
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    Pittsburgh Steelers mikeb539

    Offensive Scheme: Balanced Offense
    Offensive Playbook: Pittsburgh Steelers
    Defensive Scheme: Zone Blitz 3-4
    Defensive Playbook: Baltimore Ravens
     
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    Kansas City Chiefs YungLew15

    Offensive Scheme: Zone Run
    Offensive Playbook: Chiefs (Romeo Crennel)
    Defensive Scheme: Attacking 3-4
    Defensive Playbook: Jets (Rex Ryan)

    Zikry "Offensively likes to run the ball. Will try anything to get the run game going (both inside and out) as I would expect any user to do with the Chiefs roster. If that doesn't work will go to the short to medium pass game looking for YAC. I don't remember a single long pass since Cassel's accuracy is on and off. The two biggest plays in the pass game came off the curl route, but the offensive plays are mixed up well so that you can't just sit on that route.

    Defensively will blitz, blitz blitz, and when that doesn't work, will blitz some more. If you can beat the initial pressure in the run game you can break a big run, but for the most part short throws out of shotgun work well. If your receiver can beat his man after the catch there are big plays to be had."
     
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    Oakland Raiders Kyswag

    Offensive Scheme: Balanced Offense
    Offensive Playbook: Raiders
    Defensive Scheme: Attacking 4-3
    Defensive Playbook: Raiders
     
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    San Diego Chargers LLCoolGrey

    Offensive Scheme: Vertical Offense
    Offensive Playbook: Chargers (Norv Turner)
    Defensive Scheme: Base 4-3
    Defensive Playbook: 4-3
     
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    Detroit Lions woodsmall

    Offensive Scheme: Vertical Offense
    Offensive Playbook: New England
    Defensive Scheme: Base 4 - 3
    Defensive Playbook: 4 - 3

    majesty95 "Two words. Calvin Johnson. Detroit's best player and obviously the focal point of their offense. They will try to get him the ball 10 times per game so you have to be prepared to slow him down. Their running game is not great but capable of breaking off a big play.

    Defensively they are not aggressive but balanced. They will confuse you with a mixture of coverages and throw in the occasional, well-times blitz. Their corners are capable so you have to nickle and dime your way down the field. Large chucks of yards aren't easily gained and come with a high risk versus this defense."

    slicknick202 "The lions play very smart and agressively. very good at utilizing their weapons. Best has a lot of speed and Megatron is KEY in their offense. 3rd and long was almost a guaranteed play set up for megatron and 9 times out of 10 it works lol. You cant show them too much on your side of the ball because they do a great job of reading coverages and calling audibles, and hot routes. Defensively is hard to say due to the fact that i was in all pass mode early but rarely blitzed from what i remember when playing the pass."

    majesty95 "Round 2 was quite a bit different from the first game. While Calvin Johnson was certainly looked to, the offense was much more balanced and more difficult to read. They will throw a lot of short underneath routes so yiu have to be prepared to cut them off. Stafford is also capable of throwing an interception so yiu can be effective if yiu can confuse him.

    On defense they seemed to blitz more in early running downs and played more of a base defense on passing downs. With the addition of Terrance Newman they feel free to play more man coverage so be prepared for that. The defensive line is able to get pressure both against the run and on passing down so blocking will be wry key to moving the ball."

    Crunk_Ness "is almost always guaranteed to throw the ball to Calvin Johnson 10+ times a game. He also when not throwing to Megatron will throw it to either one of his tight ends usually in the middle of the field. Very good at completing passes in run formations. Defensively he will play man press 80% of the time and is very good at defending the run. Counter runs and play-action plays work well against the Lions defense."
     
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    Minnesota Vikings majesty95

    Offensive Scheme: Power Run
    Offensive Playbook: Arizona
    Defensive Scheme: Tampa 2
    Defensive Playbook: Saints

    Jbbubba "Great west coast offense, Ponder is a threat both in and outside the pocket. Adrian Peterson is always a threat lurking and ready to strike when you least expect it. Percy Harvin catches everything thrown to him. Defensively, they like to mix up their schemes and create confusion when they blitz. Weak on run support defensively, however - capitalize on every chance you get to pound the ball down their throats"

    woodsmall "runs a solid offense and mixes plays well ... never really know what he is coming with ... Obviously Peterson is the feature of the offense ... look for a screen pass or two to him at some point in the game ... look for it when you least expect it ... Spreads the passes around but always be aware of where Harvin is on the field ... speed kills and Harvin has it ... burned me on a slant across the middle ... very good at creating levels in his passing game to offset your pass coverage ... will run drag routes when you are in zone and get small chunks of yards ... the guy is a 3rd down master ... converted 7 third down conversions against me and it drove me nuts ... can hurt you in so many ways but will always keep the chains moving ... not typically a big play guy due to his lack of game changers but will move the ball in chunks and give you fits

    Honestly I can't remember much about his defense ... solid work from his front 7 and they will almost always shut down the run, probably bcz my run game sucks ... Greenway and Allen are beasts so try to go away from them ... hard to get off big plays vs majesty as he typically ensures that every part of the field is covered ... mixes zone and man coverage well and will at different points in the game confuse you with zone coverage and throw in man coverage on a specific receiver ... bring your "A" game vs majesty as he knows his team and playbook very well ... Vikings may not look that great on paper so it goes to say, "That is why you play the game" ... their coaching staff will give you fits and frustrate you so its all about weathering the storm or the blizzard in this case lol"
     
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