Five Surprises Andy Reid Could Throw Against the Giants

September 30, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Andy Reid is going to need some new tricks to lead the Philadelphia Eagles over the New York Giants in Week 4.  Here are some possible surprises that Reid might throw against the Giants.
None of these are earth-shaking or things that haven't been used before. But wouldn't it be great to see the Eagles at least give these a try this week to see how they might help?
1) Run the no-huddle offense out of the gate to keep the Giants from swapping out their defensive players.
2) Use the two tight-end offense and put one tight end in motion to help out with pass blocking. Another alternative of this is to just line up the tight end in the backfield. If there is a need, stay in and block.  If not, move outside to become a check-down receiver. Another wrinkle here would be to throw a screen pass to the tight end in motion.
3) Run as many rushing plays as passing plays. Last week LeSean McCoy ran only 13 times. He has rushed for over 100 yards in three of the la...

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