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  • BDL Playoffs 2016 Week 15: Cuba Smugglers @ Rome Eternals

    Vote for who you think would win the game.

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    Players that have a (D) next to their name indicate that they are doubtful or unlikely to play. Players with (GTD) are game-time
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    Cuba Smugglers
    26.67%
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    Rome Eternals
    73.33%
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  • #2
    Cuba

    QB: Carson Palmer
    RB: Bilal Powell
    RB: Tevin Coleman
    WR: Terelle Pryor Sr.
    WR: Jamison Crowder
    TE: Jermaine Gresham
    LT: Joe Thomas
    LG: Joe Berger
    C: AQ Shipley
    RG: David DeCastro
    RT: Zack Strief

    WR: Kelvin Benjamin
    FB: Patrick DiMarco
    RB: Paul Perkins
    RB: Shane Vereen
    TE: Jason Witten
    TE: Vernon Davis
    RB: Matt Forte
    OL: Laken Tomlinson

    Edge: Terrell Suggs
    LE: Chris Baker
    RE: Derek Wolfe
    Edge: Kerry Hyder
    S/LB: Johnathan Cyprien
    SLB: Nigel Bradham
    RCB: Byron Maxwell
    NCB: Darelle Revis
    FS: Jairus Byrd
    SS: Morgan Burnett
    LCB: Jonathan Joseph

    MLB: Perry Riley Jr.
    RCB: Anthony Brown
    SS: Barry Church
    Edge: Lorenzo Alexander
    FS: Duron Harmon
    DT: DaQuan Jones
    NT: Letroy Guion
    NCB: Jeremy Lane

    Rome

    QB Derek Carr
    RB Frank Gore/
    WR Amari Cooper
    WR Michael Crabtree
    WR Chris Hogan
    WR Jeremy Maclin
    LT Jason Peters
    LG Andy Levitre
    C Brandon Linder
    RG Ramon Foster
    RT Marcus Gilbert

    RB Adrian Peterson
    TE Gary Barnidge
    WR Corey Coleman
    OT Charles Leno Jr
    TE Charles Clay
    FB Mike Tolbert
    C/G Justin Britt
    RB Justin Forsett

    Edge James Harrison
    DI Michael Brockers
    DI Alan Branch
    Edge Carlos Dunlap
    LB CJ Mosley
    LB David Harris
    CB Janoris Jenkins
    CB Prince Amukamara
    S Darian Stewart
    S Jahleel Addae
    CB Nevin Lawson

    Edge Tamba Hali
    Edge Dante Fowler Jr
    DL Mario Williams
    DL Malcom Brown
    S Antoine Bethea
    LB Demario Davis
    CB Nickell Robey Coleman
    DL Tyson Jackson
    Last edited by TedLavie; 12-18-2016, 12:03 PM.
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    • #3
      Cuba

      Offense

      Here we are with another playoff opportunity. We were beat down last time we entered Rome. That was a tremendous learning experience and a clear perspective to never underestimate an opponent.
      The game plan is going to review our chances and make key down and distances manageable. We scripted the first twenty plays and we plan to run 8 play action passes with 3 screens to Jamison (1) Crowder and Bilal Powell(2) respectively. This means Carson Palmer gets the ball out super quickly or gets a chance to get set and throw the ball vertically. Jenoris Jenkins is good, we all know this. The last time he played Terrelle Pryor he was roasted for 6/131 with Josh McCown and an obvious lack of talent around him. Carson Palmer may be erratic, but he is better than Josh McCown.

      The second note is our offensive line. Joe Thomas is headed toward an all pro season, while Zack Strief has put together a strong season on tape. Our interior line is still solid as AQ Shipley has been strong this year while DeCastro is another elite player. With Joe Berger at guard we finally hold a strong group as a whole. Rome likes bringing Brockers and another strong run defender in base packages and we will take advantage of these sets. It is a huge incentive for us calling play action passes early to reinforce our possible mismatches in pass protection. Palmer can do whatever but he cannot claim to be harassed as often in BDL compared to RL. Whether he becomes Palmer of 2015 or a passer whom takes advantage of what he owns, he is given a premier opportunity to succeed as we own a strong offense without the QB position being mentioned.

      Finally our weapons. Julio Jones is absent. He is elite by all measurables but we added a ton of talent at the receiver position. Terrelle Pryor owning good history vs Jenkins is critical because he is the number one receiver. It is safe to say he probably does not attract a safety when Jenkins covers him so there will be opportunities with a clean pocket. Pryor runs vertical routes beyond ten yards and makes plays. Jamison Crowder (at least early) is the second receiver. He has proven to be competent through all measures and is productive without being a featured weapon. He opens the game because his ability to win at every level while giving Carson Palmer a trust worthy weapon for his confidence. Nevin Lawson earned our respect from the previous outing so Crowders targets are more scripted than usual. Kelvin Benjamin will be incorporated as the third receiver. We want his health to determine how much we actually use him. He will play more than half the snaps, but his targets come from red zone chances in one on one or prayer opportunities when we seek a big play. If he attracts a safety with a CB or Jenoris Jenkins we are more than satisfied with his contributions. His statistical production is icing on the cake. In another adjustment we will start Jermaine Gresham at TE. He owns a legitimate comfort level with Palmer his real life QB and is also a competent blocker. He and Jason Witten should play about 20 snaps together as long as this game remains close. We can run Tevin Coleman and Bilal Powell toward the edges and eventually run inside when Rome realizes we are passing against their meat wall defensive lineup. It is hard to find an actual weakness with this offense. Palmer is protected much better than he has throughout the 2016 season, Pryor matches up well Jenkins, while the rest of our no named crew has proven to be competent with opportunity. We are light on receivers so Shane Vereen will serve as the 4th receiver in 4 WR sets (12 snaps at most in this formation).

      TLDR: Score points, get yards. Bilal Powell feature back. Feed him. Give elder Palmer manageable down and distances. Very good protection unit for the passer. Keep this matchup competitive. We will own the lead during this game

      Defense

      Adrian Peterson is back. We are unsure how Rome uses him and we are aware of his slow start while he was healthy. In truth we dont care about any of that. He is a hall of fame RB with exceptional talent. Thus for however snaps Rome keeps him on the field he has our primary attention. Rome blocks well upfront so we are bringing 7 and 8 man boxes to stop AP. Secondly we are emphasizing the defense to punch the ball out and continually attempt to force fumbles. This has been one of AP few weakness when he is in peak strength and conditioning. Fresh off a 13 week hiatus and his first time with contact we are welcoming him with open arms. AP has never been mistaken for an elite pass protector and prefers his touches to come from under center and not shotgun, thus we have a good perspective on when Rome will utilize him as the runner. Frank Gore is also more than solid but probably loses some touches. Cyrpien and Bradham will focus on Gore in shotgun formations as we want Carrs checkdown option to be gone. We reinforce this concept when Theo Riddick enters the game. Cyprien and Bradham have primary responsibilty to stop checkdowns. Derek Carr will not find his checkdown option open in flat routes. This is Carrs first playoff start so we hope to rattle him and frustrate his primary read. We want him attempting 30 passes to his receivers while not having the guy who dominates YAC.

      We are well aware of those receivers. Have known about this dynamic Cooper since his high school days at Miami Northwestern. We are going to switch the double teams between him and Crabtree. Both guys teeter on the very good not elite level and we bring quality number two CBs with number one responsibility IRL. Maxwell tends to be disliked because his stint as a number one shadow CB guy which we all know he never was. Him Joseph and Revis are respective number one CBs but only Revis avoids the solid duo. Final note on Revis, we are more comfortable letting Anthony Brown play boundary CB opposite Joseph. Revis will line at CB only to move to safety and become the help for our boundary guys. If Crabs/Coop play in the slot Anthony Brown (4.35) at boundary stays on an island against Corey Coleman or Chris Hogan. Duron Harmon and Jairus Byrd have deep patrol while we love the production from Cyprien and Morgan Burnett this year. Two well rounded run defenders who can play LB while Burnett has held his own in coverage. This is enough to slow Gary Barnige down and Carr does not use his TEs much IRL. The key to winning is stopping the receivers and focusing on a big body in the redzone.

      The defensive line is going to face an excellent battle. We reiterate how Rome touts a strong run blocking line so we have reinvested to our trenches. Derek Wolfe did not play in the last meetup and starts today. When Rome comes with Tolbert and Peterson we are throwing Wolfe to LDE (Charles Johnson spot) and adding Letroy Guion. Between he and Chris Baker we feature two 320 pound lineman next to Wolfe and bolster the running game as a result. The defensive line is asked to get pressure and make Carr rush his throws. We are game planning more to stop the run. The goal is removing production from RBs, and making Carr beat us with Cooper or Crabtree.


      TLDR: Slow down Derek Carr checkdowns. Suggs, Hyder, and backup edge (Lorenzo Alexander) can get to Carr. Remove Gore/Riddick as check down people. Jairus Byrd helps double Crabs or Cooper. Cyprien + Burnett are a strong enough safety pair to dominate LOS and before ten yard situations because the safeties.

      Rome

      Offense

      This week we return to our air raid ways against a subpar secondary in Cuba. However, this week, we are able to throw in a returning AP at strategic points throughout the game.

      The main strength of the Cuban defense is its edge rushers. Rome provides arguably the best offensive line in the BDL. An often underappreciated line in fact. In terms of the edge rush of Cuba, Rome offers two of PFFs (pff stats of the week) top ten pass blockers in the entire league at offensive tackle in Jason Peters and Marcus Gilbert. The interior should also be able to hold up as Brandon Linder has allowed 12 total QB pressures, despite pass blocking for almost 500 snaps. Hes been flagged just twice, and has the leagues fourth-best run-blocking grade at the position

      Ramon Foster not been flagged once for a penalty, and has played more games than any other guard with that distinction. He also has been highly productive. Andy Levitre has also been a rock for the interior of the Falcons

      Now we are going to play Crabtree and Hogan on the outside with Maclin and Cooper on the interior. We assume Maxwell will draw either Cooper or Crabtree. If it is Cooper, we are gonna force him to play in the slot when his physical (ie holding) playstyle can hurt him a bit more with Cooper having three directions to run instead of two. We will not shy away from a couple deep shots to Cooper. However, our main attack on the offense will be going after the other three corners. Both Jonathan Joseph and Darrelle Revis have aged quite badly this season and we will take some deep shots against these corners. Chris Hogan is the deep threat this week with his 19.2 yards per catch this year which is second in the NFL. Maclin runs a lot of slants and curls against Anthony Brown, i assume. This leaves Crabtree up against Revis who has been torch city for most of the season.

      We also look to turn up the pace against this aging corner group and keep them winded. Corey Coleman occasionally comes in for five wide as Cuba recently has not even bothered to dress a fifth corner. Frank Gore will chip Suggs on his way out on routes to play it safe, or stay in if Cuba foolishly decides to leave the corners on an island and bring pressure. If Cuba decides to play a zone )they really should), we will load up trips WR on a side and use some floods and seem routes to find holes in the zones to consistently move the chains

      Now, while Kerry Hyder has an impressive sack total, only three of those sacks have come in the last two and a half months. He has slowed down tremendously and is a huge liability against the run. If Cuba puts him on the edge, expect a lot of runs directly at him.. Look for Gore to get between 10-15. Forsett also comes into the game as a second pass catching back specialist for when Gore needs a break. The screen game will be an extension of our running game this week which will also help with slowing down edge rushers.

      Now for the fun part. AP is back and he will receive approximately 10 carries He will not appear until the second and fourth quarters as we want to use him against a defense that is tired from chasing down WR. We bring in Tolbert and Barnidge in these formations with our Raiders WR (both of whom are good run blockers). In the fourth quarter, expect one or two deep shots off of play action out of this formation as the defense will start gunning in on the run when AP is in the game. Of course this plan may be scrapped if AP does not look healthy in his first couple carries.
      TL/DR: Attack the secondary with deep shots or quick routes, run at Hyder. Mix in AP

      Defense

      Unfortunately for MD4L, his offense just got racked by injuries and he is down his number one WR and his starting RB (i guess technically Forte was active ). However, this presents our defense with the issue of having to prepare for all kinds of formations as I am sure our opponent is going to throw the kitchen sink at us in terms of formations.

      However, regardless of how the Cuba team lines up, it has a QB the team simply does not believe in. Carson Palmer was benched last week by the Cuba coach, and if you look back to previous weeks, was always on the brink of being benched If his coaches lost faith in him, how are you supposed to get behind him? Either way, Palmer has been really bad this season (to be fair he looked good two weeks ago). Before that game I bring to you this stat. Palmer threw for 1,074 yards, 10 touchdowns, and a 96.3 QB rating on passes thrown 20+ yards in 2015, but has thrown for just 369 yards, one touchdown, and a 25.7 QB rating on such passes this season. Palmer for the most part has become a dink and dunk QB this season not even averaging seven yards a completion. Frogs will try to convince you of how Palmer will be successful because of O line play. Just remember, he did not believe this last week.

      Thus, with the shoddy QB play, we are gonna play heavy press coverage with our physical corners. Jenkins will completely wipe out Benjamin. He will receive no help, because Benjamin has sucked this year himself. Amukamara and Lawson will both receive help shaded to their assignments. CJ Mosley draws the RB in three wide. David Harris goes old man ball with Jason Witten. If either of these two stay in to block, the LB have the freedom to blitz or play a robber zone. If Cuba goes two TE, Darian Stewart moves over top of Ebron as a de facto LB and Antoine Bethea comes in to give the corner opposite Jenkins help. The two TE formation also allows us to have Addae play closer to the line as he is a helluva run stopper. In a regular set with a FB, we play eight in the box with Stewart rotating back to deep safety and Bethea near the line with FB responsibilities.

      Now, Cuba does possess a very solid line and we anticipate them trying the run the ball a lot this game. Luckily our defensive line is extremely stout against the run. The Branch/Brockers meat wall up front should eliminate any interior running. We have four edges excellent against the run (Harrison, Hali, Williams, Dunlap). Williams will not be used often as an edge, mainly just extreme short yard situations. Harrison and Hali will split snaps at about a 60-40 split to keep them both fresh. Our edges job is to set, well, the edge and force all the runs to the interior of the field where Moseley, Harris, and co can take them out. In non three wide formations, expect there to be 8 in the box. We are gonna challenge Palmer to go deep. In obvious passing downs we bring in Mario and Brown into the middle to give the big boys a break (Brown will also do this occasionally to give them a breather) Fowler sees a handful of snaps only when Dunlap needs a breather.

      TL/DR- Jenkins wipes of Benjamin, help on two other WR, target the run game and challenge them to throw, physical outside to throw off underneath routes., Cuba has no faith in its own QB
      Last edited by TedLavie; 12-18-2016, 12:08 PM.
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      • #4
        So frogs plan is to throw to Pryor a ton who I have double covered with amukamara and safety Perfect
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        • #5
          "LT Jason Peters (82.8) and C Jason Kelce (82.3) earned the game's highest run-blocking grades, and neither allowed a sack in pass protection."

          Peters crushes Suggs IRL this week
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          • #6
            Jonathan Joseph was inactive for Cuba
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            • #7
              RCB: Anthony Brown
              NCB: Darrelle Revis
              LCB: Byron Maxwell

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              • #8
                Well, I'll be honest, I'm not 100% sure I understood MD4L gameplan on defense. It's clear to me that Maxwell is on Crabtree and Brown on Hogan. Cooper is probably handled by Revis with Joseph out, but I have no idea how Cuba handles Maclin. I'm guessing it's with Jeremy Lane and that MD4L forgot about him because he was inactive the last couple of weeks. That's a big blunder, especially since he looked pretty good this week (albeit against a crappy secondary).

                Cuba focuses a lot of resources on the running game. That's understandable, but it leaves a lot of pressure on the five secondary players responsible for the four Rome wideouts, exposing Cuba to big plays. I do think though Rome will have a hard time sustaining long drives.

                On the other hand, Palmer had a great week IRL, but I feel Cuba focuses a tad too much on Pryor here. Whether he's double teamed or covered by Jenkins, I feel like he's going to be kind of limited. The same goes for Crowder, though he may be able to be a decent possession receiver here. I think Gresham has a decent matchup with Harris, though I don't expect him to suddenly go off. I like Cuba OL to hold off Rome edge pressure, but I'm not necessarily sure they can blast holes all day long against a solid DL.

                I'll wait until Benjamin and Crowder play tonight, but I'm leaning towards a victory for Rome, 24-16, thanks to their big play ability. Will revisit tomorrow if those wideouts go off though
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by TedLavie View Post
                  Well, I'll be honest, I'm not 100% sure I understood MD4L gameplan on defense. It's clear to me that Maxwell is on Crabtree and Brown on Hogan. Cooper is probably handled by Revis with Joseph out, but I have no idea how Cuba handles Maclin. I'm guessing it's with Jeremy Lane and that MD4L forgot about him because he was inactive the last couple of weeks. That's a big blunder, especially since he looked pretty good this week (albeit against a crappy secondary).

                  Cuba focuses a lot of resources on the running game. That's understandable, but it leaves a lot of pressure on the five secondary players responsible for the four Rome wideouts, exposing Cuba to big plays. I do think though Rome will have a hard time sustaining long drives.

                  On the other hand, Palmer had a great week IRL, but I feel Cuba focuses a tad too much on Pryor here. Whether he's double teamed or covered by Jenkins, I feel like he's going to be kind of limited. The same goes for Crowder, though he may be able to be a decent possession receiver here. I think Gresham has a decent matchup with Harris, though I don't expect him to suddenly go off. I like Cuba OL to hold off Rome edge pressure, but I'm not necessarily sure they can blast holes all day long against a solid DL.

                  I'll wait until Benjamin and Crowder play tonight, but I'm leaning towards a victory for Rome, 24-16, thanks to their big play ability. Will revisit tomorrow if those wideouts go off though
                  You think Crowder would have success against Jenkins regardless in two wide? Also Palmer played well, but let's be real. The Saints have possibly the worst defense in the league
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                  • #10

                    Waiting for MNF but I feel like going with Rome, Cuba's offense just fell apart at the wrong time. Missing Julio Jones completely changes this contest, and a few defenders of course.

                    Overall I question Cuba's gameplan a little bit, But I think they should be able to keep rome under 30. If MVPalmer can ger over 30 is the big one though, he played well against the saints but so could I.

                    Rome's defense should be able to get to Palmer and limit him so...We'll see.
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                    • #11
                      Maxwell on Crabtree becomes more single coverage while Cooper would get Anthony Brown with more help. Revis now plays the boundary more while Lane is slot and first off the bench. It is more zone based cover 3 scheme. Cyprien and Bradham keep shorter drops in zone to effectively stop checkdowns and YAC on short completions.
                      Last edited by miamidolphin4life; 12-19-2016, 05:57 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by miamidolphin4life View Post
                        Maxwell on Crabtree becomes more single coverage while Cooper would get Anthony Brown with more help. Revis now plays the boundary more while Lane is slot and first off the bench. It is more zone based cover 3 scheme. Cyprien and Bradham keep shorter drops in zone to effectively stop checkdowns and YAC on short completions.
                        Lol.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by bcb1213 View Post

                          We should probably actually continue this in the game thread, but pistol
                          Cyprien is the highest graded safety in run defense. Bradham has been a stud against the run this year.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by miamidolphin4life View Post

                            Cyprien is the highest graded safety in run defense. Bradham has been a stud against the run this year.
                            Well, as I said in my write up if it doesn't appear ap is healthy, we'll scrap it. Viewing your defense when AP is in tho, it opens up play action pretty well for me to take a deep shot or two
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by bcb1213 View Post

                              Well, as I said in my write up if it doesn't appear ap is healthy, we'll scrap it. Viewing your defense when AP is in tho, it opens up play action pretty well for me to take a deep shot or two
                              We intend to bring more than you can block so Carr needs to release the ball quickly. Maxwell can run with Crabs, Brown can run with Crabs (gets help).

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