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    Tyler Lockett told teammates Russell Wilson was using the same hand signals as in Seattle


    https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.co...as-in-seattle/

    If you see this,” Lockett said while making a hand gesture to Seahawks safety Tariq Woolen, “it’s a go.”

    Lockett was then shown on the sideline yelling, “He’s running a go! He’s running a go!” to the Seahawks’ defense after seeing Wilson’s hand signals.

    Lockett then walked up and down the sideline informing teammates that Wilson was using the hand signals he used with the Seahawks.

    “They got our same stuff. I literally called it,” Lockett said.

    After the game, Lockett shook hands with Broncos receivers Courtland Sutton and KJ Hamlerand warned them that the hand signals the Broncos’ offense used were predictable.

    “Change them signals,” Lockett said.

    That’s what Wilson should have done before meeting his old team.​

    Last edited by Blueflame; 09-16-2022, 11:38 PM.

  • #2
    HAC K didn’t even think of this?

    That seems kind of obvious right?

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    • #3
      Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett noticed during Monday night’s game that his old teammate, Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson, was using the same hand signals he used to use in Seattle.Lockett was mic’d up for the game and can be heard in the highlights telling other Seahawks players what Wilson’s hand signals meant.“If you see this,” [more]


      It's really Dumb on part of HC and Wilson.

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      • #4
        Is this true? Need a 3rd thread to confirm. 👍🏻

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        • #5
          If he used the same signals as last year but changed every year otherwise that's one thing... But if he been using the same signals all his career and didn't change them at all, ever, that's another thing.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Old Coyote View Post
            If he used the same signals as last year but changed every year otherwise that's one thing... But if he been using the same signals all his career and didn't change them at all, ever, that's another thing.

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            the latter for sure…

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            • Old Coyote
              Old Coyote commented
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              Then what you worried about?

              They knew for 10 years.

          • #7
            Why does Wolf hate the Broncos?

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            • GoneFishin'
              GoneFishin' commented
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              Big Raider fan

          • #8
            What's the signal for fumble?

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            • Old Coyote
              Old Coyote commented
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              I think it's the same as the ASL for "Gordon in Redzone"

          • #9
            Originally posted by broncogary View Post
            What's the signal for fumble?
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            • #10
              So they knew the hand signals and
              ​​​​​only gave up 350 yards passing... Right on.

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              • #11
                Originally posted by Garcia Bronco View Post
                So they knew the hand signals and
                ​​​​​only gave up 350 yards passing... Right on.
                I know, right? They knew all the routes and still couldn't cover everyone. Damn. We're freaking awesome. Even better than I thought.

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                • #12
                  Lol

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                  • #13
                    Watch Seattle react whenever Wilson communicated with the offense on the line.


                    look how many times Seattle timed the snap count perfectly without an offsides. Edge rushers we’re jumping it before the OL even moves.

                    I don’t doubt Lockett because it was predictable whether they knew it or not. Denver never adjusted to try to force offsides. They just kept using the same shit and Seattle was jumping the snaps easily.

                    seattles D wanted to force Wilson to his left all game. That’s what happened and every time he was moving left it was an incomplete or not efficient. Even Aikman knew it. People bring up the 350 but Wilson didn’t look great all game. Underthrows. Forced passes that should’ve been ints. Missed targets. Even threw the ball straight into the dirt on one of the most important plays. Looked very uncomfortable and the play clocks dropping to zero most the game. He was middle of the road. A lot of that was new team rust. But Seattle knew how to play him and what was coming pre snap.


                    how do you not even target a WR for that long to start the game after you had months to prepare a game plan?
                    Last edited by The1percentKid; 09-17-2022, 08:50 AM.

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                    • DD55
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                      They were able to time the snap count a lot because Denver was snapping it at 0 sec of the play clock. It was going to be a get off early or a dead play. I was wondering why they were waiting that far into the play clock to snap it. Some of it was getting play in late others was just waiting.

                    • Blueflame
                      Blueflame commented
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                      The fact that they weren't flagged for being offsides -- doesn't mean they weren't offsides... there was one play in particular when I'm certain they were.

                  • #14
                    We are the dumbest team in the league! NDSU would beat us!

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                    • #15
                      69 % completion rate
                      4 players with 70+ yards
                      300+ in the air

                      Juedy over 100 yards

                      mental pre snap issues can be fixed

                      looking forward to week 2.

                      hope to see a more synchronized offense and defense




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                      • #16
                        Florio and PFT have a hard on for the Broncos/Hackett for some reason. This is a complete non-story.

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                        • #17
                          What a shitbag

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                          • The1percentKid
                            The1percentKid commented
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                            He’s not wrong. Look at every play in that game when Wilson moved left.

                          • DD55
                            DD55 commented
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                            He was what 69 percent competitions with 340 yards and very easily could have been 3 TD. Pete acts like other coaches wouldn't know that almost all right handed QBs struggle rolling left compared to the right.

                        • #18
                          It didn’t help them at all.

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                          • #19
                            He looked good going to his left here -



                            'Twas a dime.

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                            • #20
                              I don't know about the hand signals, it looks like Wilson was able to march the offense down the field; the problems happened in the scoring opportunities with Saubert's drop, Tomlinson not dragging his foot and the RBs' fumbles. However, I was disappointed with Wilson's play-clock management and his lack of awareness to not call a timeout before J. Williams' fumble when the o-line was clearly having problems getting the call.

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                              • #21
                                The crowd noise was an issue but there are a lot of factors that could make the late play clock stuff a problem all year. This is a huddle-based offense with ridiculously long ****ing play calls. Russ will have more autonomy than most QBs in the system so there will be even more dialogue going on between plays. This has been a problem for the Packers offense under LaFleur (and Hackett) and Russ also has a history of being a little loose with the play clock.

                                I think we will be sweating the late play clock in the 4th quarter all year and we’ll just have to live with them playing on the edge like that.

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                                • #22
                                  Manning brought his same hand signals and calls to Denver. He didn't beat Indy on the road in his return to his old team either. Once again Wolfie just looking for something to complain about.

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                                  • #23
                                    Originally posted by Aztec Bronco View Post
                                    The crowd noise was an issue but there are a lot of factors that could make the late play clock stuff a problem all year. This is a huddle-based offense with ridiculously long ****ing play calls. Russ will have more autonomy than most QBs in the system so there will be even more dialogue going on between plays. This has been a problem for the Packers offense under LaFleur (and Hackett) and Russ also has a history of being a little loose with the play clock.

                                    I think we will be sweating the late play clock in the 4th quarter all year and we’ll just have to live with them playing on the edge like that.
                                    Got to put the blame on Wilson for a lot of that. The delays especially.

                                    the 2nd fumble Wilson changed the play as time was winding down. Glasgow came in on that series and didn’t know Wilson changed the play near the end of the play clock so he was pass blocking not run. If you’re rushing there call the TO. Wilson didn’t and Glasgow was blown backwards and he stood up to pass block.

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                                    • #24
                                      Originally posted by BamaBronco16 View Post
                                      Manning brought his same hand signals and calls to Denver. He didn't beat Indy on the road in his return to his old team either. Once again Wolfie just looking for something to complain about.
                                      Brandon Stokely told a story on air once about the 2013 season opener vs the ravens when he was with the ravens that game but was with Denver in 2012. He said every hand signal that Manning did in 2012 was used in the 2013 game but the meanings were completely different and when stokely tried to alert the ravens defenders what plays manning checked to he was wrong every time. Stokely went on to say that’s the type of things that separated pfm from others qbs is his attention to detail and preparation.

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                                      • #25
                                        Originally posted by The1percentKid View Post
                                        Watch Seattle react whenever Wilson communicated with the offense on the line.


                                        look how many times Seattle timed the snap count perfectly without an offsides. Edge rushers we’re jumping it before the OL even moves.

                                        I don’t doubt Lockett because it was predictable whether they knew it or not. Denver never adjusted to try to force offsides. They just kept using the same shit and Seattle was jumping the snaps easily.

                                        seattles D wanted to force Wilson to his left all game. That’s what happened and every time he was moving left it was an incomplete or not efficient. Even Aikman knew it. People bring up the 350 but Wilson didn’t look great all game. Underthrows. Forced passes that should’ve been ints. Missed targets. Even threw the ball straight into the dirt on one of the most important plays. Looked very uncomfortable and the play clocks dropping to zero most the game. He was middle of the road. A lot of that was new team rust. But Seattle knew how to play him and what was coming pre snap.


                                        how do you not even target a WR for that long to start the game after you had months to prepare a game plan?
                                        That stadium was so loud no one was jumping offsides on a hard count.

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