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-playmaker- 06-17-2010 11:03 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Carbine
lol!

It is true, I am always right...

we can have out constant disagreements about who is better between Ray Rice and Steve Jackson (or whatever) but those are just opinions...people will ALWAYS disagree about player comparisons...

but when it comes to actual football talk, you can not bring up a situation in here that I have ever been wrong about...(at least I don't think...lol)

TrueDiesel3 06-17-2010 11:14 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
okay playmaker, you are clearly an idiot and are clearly not capable of contributing in this thread or this subject for that matter...

Anybody want to answer my question now, since that idiot doesn't know how to?

-playmaker- 06-17-2010 11:23 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
oh wow...

starting to wonder if I am being baited by a gimmick now...



are you looking for names of players dude?

no one knows what the hell you are asking...

Quote:

Patrick Willis, Ray Lewis, etc. but It's hard for me to tell who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the league, so anybody want to help me out?

^^^ help you out with what?...names of OLBs?

TrueDiesel3 06-17-2010 11:29 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by -playmaker-
oh wow...

starting to wonder if I am being baited by a gimmick now...



are you looking for names of players dude?

no one knows what the hell you are asking...



^^^ help you out with what?...names of OLBs?

Give me names of players who play on the WEAK-SIDE of LBs and STRONG-SIDE of LBs, but since you don't even know what either one of them means there's no point in asking you....I'll wait for someone else.

-playmaker- 06-17-2010 11:38 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
since you DO know exactly what that means, how about you go look up the names yourself you little dumb f*ck...

LOLB : strong
ROLB : weak



get lost

TrueDiesel3 06-18-2010 01:31 AM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
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Originally Posted by -playmaker-
since you DO know exactly what that means, how about you go look up the names yourself you little dumb f*ck...

LOLB : strong
ROLB : weak



get lost

Yeah, that's why I asked people here who plays it and who doesn't.... :oldlol: Idiot. There's no list on it...

So any educated NFL fan....talk to me.

TrueDiesel3 06-18-2010 01:15 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by -playmaker-
since you DO know exactly what that means, how about you go look up the names yourself you little dumb f*ck...

LOLB : strong
ROLB : weak



get lost

Is the LOLB strong side when there are tight ends on both sides? Like a Pro set for example? Because then maybe you do know what you're talking about I'm just curious.

Posterize246 06-18-2010 01:39 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHPO4pKOZO4

-playmaker- 06-18-2010 06:37 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
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Originally Posted by TrueDiesel3
Is the LOLB strong side when there are tight ends on both sides? Like a Pro set for example? Because then maybe you do know what you're talking about I'm just curious.

well, I was going through this assumig that you ment a specific LB was to be labeled "weak-side LB" the whole year or something, which I do not ever hear...(exp. DeMarcus Ware plays weak-side LB for the Dallas Cowboys, and Anthony Spencer plays strong-side LB)

if there are 2 TEs then the strong side would still be the QB's front I believe...unless like the FB (if they exist) and WRs are all on the QB's left side for that play, then I think that would be seen as the strong side going left...

If the formation is a complete mirror, (like the I-formation, or single-back) with a WR on each side then I think the strong side is still considered the QB's front...


I think there are only like 2 QBs in the NFL that are left handed, although I can't remember which off the top of my head, I do know that Steve Young is considered the greatest left handed QB ever...It is a rarity in the NFL, maybe like a left handed pitcher/hitter or something...

so for the most part the strong side is almost always the right side...

Dasher 06-18-2010 06:44 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
Keith Bullock and DJ Williams are examples of strong side linebackers, but -primetime-/-playmaker- is right with his terminology. Strong side generally equals ROLB.

-playmaker- 06-18-2010 06:46 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
damn, now I am trying to figure out who is left handed in the NFL, can't find a list...

-Mark Brunell
-Michael Vick
-Matt Leinart
-Chris Simms
-Ken Stabler
-Boomer Esiason
-Steve Young

^^^ those guys are/were lefties

I don't know who is left handed that is starting now though, it may be no one...

-playmaker- 06-18-2010 06:47 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Dasher
Keith Bullock and DJ Williams are examples of strong side linebackers, but -primetime-/-playmaker- is right with his terminology. Strong side generally equals ROLB.

no, strong = LOLB, because he is usually facing the QB's strong side

Dasher 06-18-2010 06:51 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by -playmaker-
no, strong = LOLB, because he is usually facing the QB's strong side

The Linebacker to the QBs right hand is the ROLB/Strong Side, at least it was when I was a linebacker.

-playmaker- 06-18-2010 06:57 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Dasher
The Linebacker to the QBs right hand is the ROLB/Strong Side, at least it was when I was a linebacker.

no Ware is a ROLB, who pretty much always faces the QB's left side...

you have to look at it from the defense's side of the ball...Ware is on the right side of the defense, but the left side of the offense...

TrueDiesel3 06-18-2010 08:08 PM

Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by -playmaker-
well, I was going through this assumig that you ment a specific LB was to be labeled "weak-side LB" the whole year or something, which I do not ever hear...(exp. DeMarcus Ware plays weak-side LB for the Dallas Cowboys, and Anthony Spencer plays strong-side LB)

if there are 2 TEs then the strong side would still be the QB's front I believe...unless like the FB (if they exist) and WRs are all on the QB's left side for that play, then I think that would be seen as the strong side going left...

If the formation is a complete mirror, (like the I-formation, or single-back) with a WR on each side then I think the strong side is still considered the QB's front...


I think there are only like 2 QBs in the NFL that are left handed, although I can't remember which off the top of my head, I do know that Steve Young is considered the greatest left handed QB ever...It is a rarity in the NFL, maybe like a left handed pitcher/hitter or something...

so for the most part the strong side is almost always the right side...

and where is the QB's front? :confusedshrug: Is the Strong-side on the right side of the field when there are two TEs on each side? Or is the strong-side on the left side of the field? Look at it from a defensive angle, don't look at it from an offensive angle either.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dasher
Keith Bullock and DJ Williams are examples of strong side linebackers, but -primetime-/-playmaker- is right with his terminology. Strong side generally equals ROLB.

By ROLB, is this from the defensive back view? or offensive back view?


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