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Coach Gibbs ‘Chalk Talks’ Pass Protection

Posted by Brian Tinsman on February 5, 2012 – 5:20 pm

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Former Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs has had Super Bowl success that needs no introduction or qualification–he is simply one of the best of all time.

On the eve of Super Bowl XLVI, Gibbs made a ‘chalk talk’ video for his website “Game Plan For Life,” discussing his keys to tonight’s game.  The Gibbs Redskins teams were known for being solid on defense and creative on offense–first with the running game, and later with an open aerial attack.

But for a coach who needed three quarterbacks for his three Super Bowl titles, Gibbs understands the importance of quality pass protections.  Both the Giants and the Patriots have found offensive success through the air, and he explains how both have been able to keep their quarterbacks upright:


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2 Responses to “Coach Gibbs ‘Chalk Talks’ Pass Protection”

  1. By pez despenser on Feb 5, 2012 | Reply

    this is completely off topic. Brian, I’m watching the Bowl right now. It’s near the end of the 2nd qtr. The Pats just got called for HOLDING. The o-lineman put his arm up around the defenders neck, hooking him. Chirs Collinsworth said it was a “hook shot to the head”. Does this not happen to Orakpo play after play after play??? Did this just become a penalty??? Or is it only called in the Super Bowl? Pats just scored! Go Woodhead! MVP!

  2. By 007 on Feb 6, 2012 | Reply

    007 says:
    February 6, 2012 at 2:14 pm
    007 says:
    February 6, 2012 at 12:51 pm
    This is my current 53-man construct provided we sign a FA QB as we’ve done both years of the SHANAHAN era. This assumes a trade down and out of the #6 slot for which we pick up another 2-round choice. Otherwise, totally different construct.

    QB [2]

    Starter

    MATT FLYNN – FA

    Back-up

    REX GROSSMAN – re-sign

    RB [4]

    ROY HELU
    EVAN ROYSTER
    TIM HIGHTOWER – re-sign
    CHRIS POLK – RB 2nd round Washington

    TE [3]

    CHRIS COOLEY
    DWAYNE ALLEN – TE 1st round Clemson
    LOGAN PAULSON

    WR [7]

    SANTANA MOSS
    DWAYNE BOWE – FA
    JABBAR GAFFNEY
    LEONARD HANKERSON
    NILES PAUL
    ANTHONY ARMSTRONG
    BRANDON BANKS

    O-line 2012 [9]

    LT – TRENT WILLIAMS
    LG – CARL NICKS – FA
    C – WIL MONTGOMERY – re-sign
    RG – CHRIS CHESTER
    RT – MIKE ADAMS – RT 2nd round OSU

    Back-ups

    JAMMAL BROWN
    BRANDON WASHINGTON – G 4th round Miami
    SCOTT WELLS – FA

    LS
    NICK SUNDBERG

    D-line 2012 [8]

    DE – JARVIS JENKINS
    NT – AUBRAYO FRANKLIN – FA
    DE – BARRY COFIELD

    Back-ups

    ADAM CARRIKER
    CHRIS NEILD
    STEPHEN BOWEN
    DARRIUS SCOTT
    ETHAN JOHNSON – DE 7th round UNC

    LB [8]

    BRIAN ORAKPO
    PERRY RILEY
    LONDON FLETCHER – re-sign
    RYAN KERRIGAN

    Back-ups

    ROB JACKSON
    MARKUS WHITE
    KEYRON FOX – re-sign
    LORENZO ALEXANDER

    CB [5]

    JOSH WILSON
    DeANGELO HALL
    WILLIAM GAY – FA
    BRANDYN THOMPSON
    JAMELL FLEMING – CB 5th round Oklahoma

    S [5]

    Starters

    OSHIOMOGHO ATOGWE
    LaRON LANDREY – re-sign

    Back-ups

    DeJON GOMES
    WINSTON GUY JR. – SS 3rd round Kentucky
    TRUMAINE JOHNSON – FS 4th round Boise State

    K – CONNER BARTH – FA
    P – SAV ROCCA

    This leaves VIKINGS 6th pick for best available.

    And from this article, it appears SHANAHAN will pursue the FA option which he has both years he’s been here which is why I made the construct assuming a FA QB, and a trade down for another 2nd round pick.

    NOTE TO ALLEN:

    Just say no to KYLE ORTON. And no picks for either FLYNN or MANNING.

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