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    Quote Originally Posted by LatrobePA View Post
    Playcalling and Ben extending the plays way to fn long thus forcing the oline to continue to block...
    Yeah bro don't say anything negative about ben. He's like a god in these forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xBlitzBurghx View Post
    Yeah bro don't say anything negative about ben. He's like a god in these forums.

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    LOL, shame on them!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xBlitzBurghx View Post
    Yeah bro don't say anything negative about ben. He's like a god in these forums.
    Ben needs to be smarter. Don't check off the run play so often, don't hold the ball so long. Sometimes it's better to just dump it and go for the next play than holding it and taking the sack.

    It's better to throw for 3500 yards and win the SB than throw for 4300 yards and get knocked out in the first round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LatrobePA View Post
    Playcalling and Ben extending the plays way to fn long thus forcing the oline to continue to block...
    I agree with that. The average line has to block for about 3-4 seconds, wher our has to block for extended periods, and run around as Ben scrambles. Guys are out of "position" and get rolled up on, etc. wouldn;t trade Ben for anything, but he can at times be tough to block for.

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    Ben is never going to completely change his style, as much as we'd like to see him do so. Maybe not change necessarily but adjust and evolve to a quicker read and release.

    That being said they better fix the line and somehow find a way to keep these guys healthy for more than 1 or 2 games at a time. Although if you put an epic offensive line in front of Ben it may entice him to hold onto the ball even longer, LOL

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    Throooooooooow it away Ben, lol!!

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