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McVay's Personnel Grouping against the Steelers...

McVay's reverts back to his old self...

He used 94% of plays in the 11 Personnel Grouping.

With 43 drop back, and 21 rush attempts.

Why doesn't he try to mix it up with the 12 or 13 PG?

It just boggles my mind that he is so fixated on the Eleven P.G,

Good teams that have good to great defense have keyed into his system....

He needs to change it up...

It frustrates me, especially when his O-line has trouble with a very good defensive D-line...'

The gave up 4 sacks and 9 QB hits... Goff will never look good with that kind of pressure...

The O-line needed help, and McVay refuse to change up his personnel group...

Then he goes into his WR bunch group set,,,, and the Steelers figured that out on how to line up to cover each WR...

This game was ours if he only changed up his play calling...
94% in 11. Absolutely disturbing McVay keeps doing this, especially against top defenses. That Steelers game went exactly the way the Superbowl did. Personally I'm far more worried about McVay then I am our oline and Goff.



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Also 43 drop backs is way too many against elite pass rushes. No wonder Goff is struggling. Jesus Christ! The guy doesn't even have a chance.



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What I don't get,,,,

the local news media/beat writers don't question him on this,,,,

I say come on,,, those guys have more access to the team then we do on here...

That would be a simple common sense question....

I know when J.B. Long does his show, he does ask hard question but in a nice way...

Some one needs to check McVay….

I was talking with a buddy of mine,,,,

We both said, ever since he lost Greg Olson, Matt Lefleur and Zac Taylor...

he doesn't have a offensive minded coaching personnel to bounce plays off of.... and he seems over whelm watching him on the sideline...

He better go and beg the FO to get Jay Gruden...



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69RamFan wrote:
Tue Nov 12, 2019 1:51 pm
McVay's Personnel Grouping against the Steelers...

McVay's reverts back to his old self...

He used 94% of plays in the 11 Personnel Grouping.

With 43 drop back, and 21 rush attempts.

Why doesn't he try to mix it up with the 12 or 13 PG?

It just boggles my mind that he is so fixated on the Eleven P.G,

Good teams that have good to great defense have keyed into his system....

He needs to change it up...

It frustrates me, especially when his O-line has trouble with a very good defensive D-line...'

The gave up 4 sacks and 9 QB hits... Goff will never look good with that kind of pressure...

The O-line needed help, and McVay refuse to change up his personnel group...

Then he goes into his WR bunch group set,,,, and the Steelers figured that out on how to line up to cover each WR...

This game was ours if he only changed up his play calling...
Thanks. This is truly mind-boggling considering Pittsburgh's strength in the pass rush; and the Rams being the visiting team. Another winnable game pissed away.


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McVay's Personnel Grouping against the Bears....

Finally the bell rung inside of McVay's head...…

He Finally changed it up...

Was it due to both Cooks and Woods were out of the game? Maybe so.

He used a heavy dose of the 12 Personnel Group.

Hopefully he learned from this going forward, especially against great defensive teams.

He used 25% of plays in the 11 Personnel Grouping.

With 7 drop back, and 6 rush attempts, 13 plays.

He used 67% of plays in the 12 Personnel Grouping (Two TEs set)

With 7 drop back, and 27 rush attempts, 34 plays.

He used 2%, 1 play in the 13 Personnel Grouping (Three TEs set)

He used 6%, 3 plays in the 10 Personnel Grouping (Four WRs set)

The O-line was totally reconstructed, with Whit/LT, Corbett/LG, Blythe/C, Edwards/RG and Evans/RT....

They gave up 0 sacks and 1 QB hits... With the help of the TEs

Also the O-line were using a lot of power blocking instead of zone blocking...

This makes a big difference when you have big linemen in the middle.
They can change it up to both power or zone blocking...

With the power blocking, it open up some big holes for Gurley and Brown.... running in-between tackles.

I would expect McVay to use the same Personnel Grouping against the Ravens... it will help especially if he uses to run attack and keep the time of possession and the ball away from the Ravens offense...



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HellRam wrote:
Tue Nov 12, 2019 1:54 pm
69RamFan wrote:
Tue Nov 12, 2019 1:51 pm
McVay's Personnel Grouping against the Steelers...

McVay's reverts back to his old self...

He used 94% of plays in the 11 Personnel Grouping.

With 43 drop back, and 21 rush attempts.

Why doesn't he try to mix it up with the 12 or 13 PG?

It just boggles my mind that he is so fixated on the Eleven P.G,

Good teams that have good to great defense have keyed into his system....

He needs to change it up...

It frustrates me, especially when his O-line has trouble with a very good defensive D-line...'

The gave up 4 sacks and 9 QB hits... Goff will never look good with that kind of pressure...

The O-line needed help, and McVay refuse to change up his personnel group...

Then he goes into his WR bunch group set,,,, and the Steelers figured that out on how to line up to cover each WR...

This game was ours if he only changed up his play calling...
94% in 11. Absolutely disturbing McVay keeps doing this, especially against top defenses. That Steelers game went exactly the way the Superbowl did. Personally I'm far more worried about McVay then I am our oline and Goff.
Totally agree. Mcvay is starting to concern me more than Goff or the o line. He did a lil bit better against the bears. Let's see if he keeps this up. Still, it took him forever to adjust. It is just unbelievable. Like you said, nothing worse then doing the same thing over and over and expect different results. Really disturbing.



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69RamFan wrote:
Tue Nov 19, 2019 2:07 pm
McVay's Personnel Grouping against the Bears....

Finally the bell rung inside of McVay's head...…

He Finally changed it up...

Was it due to both Cooks and Woods were out of the game? Maybe so.

He used a heavy dose of the 12 Personnel Group.

Hopefully he learned from this going forward, especially against great defensive teams.

He used 25% of plays in the 11 Personnel Grouping.

With 7 drop back, and 6 rush attempts, 13 plays.

He used 67% of plays in the 12 Personnel Grouping (Two TEs set)

With 7 drop back, and 27 rush attempts, 34 plays.

He used 2%, 1 play in the 13 Personnel Grouping (Three TEs set)

He used 6%, 3 plays in the 10 Personnel Grouping (Four WRs set)

The O-line was totally reconstructed, with Whit/LT, Corbett/LG, Blythe/C, Edwards/RG and Evans/RT....

They gave up 0 sacks and 1 QB hits... With the help of the TEs

Also the O-line were using a lot of power blocking instead of zone blocking...

This makes a big difference when you have big linemen in the middle.
They can change it up to both power or zone blocking...

With the power blocking, it open up some big holes for Gurley and Brown.... running in-between tackles.

I would expect McVay to use the same Personnel Grouping against the Ravens... it will help especially if he uses to run attack and keep the time of possession and the ball away from the Ravens offense...
I really hope he keeps this up. But with cooks and woods possibly returning and the o line just looking a lil bit better he just might go back to 96% 11 personell. I hope not. If he does, I will be really disappointed.



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Tue Nov 19, 2019 5:42 pm
69RamFan wrote:
Tue Nov 19, 2019 2:07 pm
McVay's Personnel Grouping against the Bears....

Finally the bell rung inside of McVay's head...…

He Finally changed it up...

Was it due to both Cooks and Woods were out of the game? Maybe so.

He used a heavy dose of the 12 Personnel Group.

Hopefully he learned from this going forward, especially against great defensive teams.

He used 25% of plays in the 11 Personnel Grouping.

With 7 drop back, and 6 rush attempts, 13 plays.

He used 67% of plays in the 12 Personnel Grouping (Two TEs set)

With 7 drop back, and 27 rush attempts, 34 plays.

He used 2%, 1 play in the 13 Personnel Grouping (Three TEs set)

He used 6%, 3 plays in the 10 Personnel Grouping (Four WRs set)

The O-line was totally reconstructed, with Whit/LT, Corbett/LG, Blythe/C, Edwards/RG and Evans/RT....

They gave up 0 sacks and 1 QB hits... With the help of the TEs

Also the O-line were using a lot of power blocking instead of zone blocking...

This makes a big difference when you have big linemen in the middle.
They can change it up to both power or zone blocking...

With the power blocking, it open up some big holes for Gurley and Brown.... running in-between tackles.

I would expect McVay to use the same Personnel Grouping against the Ravens... it will help especially if he uses to run attack and keep the time of possession and the ball away from the Ravens offense...
I really hope he keeps this up. But with cooks and woods possibly returning and the o line just looking a lil bit better he just might go back to 96% 11 personell. I hope not. If he does, I will be really disappointed.
He needs to keep it balance,,,

Mix it up,,,, and play to what the defense is giving him....

Play to their weakness....



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McVay's Personnel Grouping against the Ravens

He used the 11 personnel grouping 99% of the time....
39 passing / drop back
8 running

His game plan was a total debacle, once he got behind, he had no choice but to pass the ball....

He had a chance in the beginning of the game to use other groupings but he didn't use any other... We should of match the Ravens game plan by running the ball with 12 and 13 personnel grouping.

The Defense didn't help either....

The Ravens just ran it down our throats....

The Ravens offensive line are very good, they double teams on the inside and just ran the ball using our LBers….

Personally, I would of used a four/three defense...

With AD, SJD, Gaines, Brockers on the front line,

Using Fowler, Matthews and Littleton in the LBer crew

With Ramsey, Weddle, Rapp and Hill in the back end..

With NRC as the nickel...

Just my two cents on that game...



McVay's Personnel Grouping against the Cards

His game plan, he used the 11 personnel grouping at 51% with using 12 Personnel Grouping at 20%

45 pass attempts.
30 run attempts.
A balance attack....

The difference in using the 11 personnel grouping,,,
McVay took a page out of his Grandfather's playbook using Walsh's playbook....

instead of looking for the deep routes, he did a lot of underneath stuff, crossing routes, using the TEs, and rolling out his QB. This helped out the OL with getting the ball out of his hands quickly... and giving it to his skilled play makers....


The next game against the Hags....

TE Blanton was signed off the PS to the 53...
Hopefully he will be active on game day...
And we use a heavy dose of 12 and 13 personnel grouping..



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69RamFan wrote:
Wed Dec 04, 2019 10:03 am
McVay's Personnel Grouping against the Ravens

He used the 11 personnel grouping 99% of the time....
39 passing / drop back
8 running

His game plan was a total debacle, once he got behind, he had no choice but to pass the ball....

He had a chance in the beginning of the game to use other groupings but he didn't use any other... We should of match the Ravens game plan by running the ball with 12 and 13 personnel grouping.

The Defense didn't help either....

The Ravens just ran it down our throats....

The Ravens offensive line are very good, they double teams on the inside and just ran the ball using our LBers….

Personally, I would of used a four/three defense...

With AD, SJD, Gaines, Brockers on the front line,

Using Fowler, Matthews and Littleton in the LBer crew

With Ramsey, Weddle, Rapp and Hill in the back end..

With NRC as the nickel...

Just my two cents on that game...



McVay's Personnel Grouping against the Cards

His game plan, he used the 11 personnel grouping at 51% with using 12 Personnel Grouping at 20%

45 pass attempts.
30 run attempts.
A balance attack....

The difference in using the 11 personnel grouping,,,
McVay took a page out of his Grandfather's playbook using Walsh's playbook....

instead of looking for the deep routes, he did a lot of underneath stuff, crossing routes, using the TEs, and rolling out his QB. This helped out the OL with getting the ball out of his hands quickly... and giving it to his skilled play makers....


The next game against the Hags....

TE Blanton was signed off the PS to the 53...
Hopefully he will be active on game day...
And we use a heavy dose of 12 and 13 personnel grouping..
Thanks for posting these. Drastic difference is offensive philosophy between the Ravens and Cardinals game.



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Wed Dec 04, 2019 8:38 pm

thanks for posting these stats 69!



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69RamFan wrote:
Tue Oct 22, 2019 3:49 pm
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Kupp got less playing time. I guess he is the loser in this.
Might be good for Goff. He tends to lock in on Cupp

Snap count with all of the main skill players.

Pretty balance except for the bottom three...

If they keep a balance, other defensive team won't know who to key on....

Brandin Cooks
WR
59
78%

Robert Woods
WR
58
76%

Gerald Everett
TE
56
74%

Tyler Higbee
TE
49
64%

Cooper Kupp
WR
47
62%

Todd Gurley
RB
46
61%

Darrell Henderson
RB
26
34%

Josh Reynolds
WR
19
25%

Johnny Mundt
TE
16
21%
WTF? I feel like I'm in calculus class!



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I really think the coaching/game plan/adjustments/stat crunching will make the difference- especially when you have the quality team and players as the Rams have. I want the organization to fixate on this and interview people in order to run these games with the right and SMART data in real time. We need guys in the booth and on the sidelines and in the film room who can do the math and analysis to win games. I really do think it will pay dividends to get more of an outsider view of Football...sort of like the Billy Bean method. This is a real dorky post, but my point is...Wade needs to go and get the new blood in there to help McVay.


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McVay's Personnel Grouping Against the Hags at Home...

McVay gave the Hags a heavy dose of 12.... Yeah baby... :D :D :D


11 Personnel 30% / 20 plays, 19 drop backs and 1 run.

12 Personnel 67% /45 plays, 11 drop backs and 34 run...

10 Personnel 3% / 2 plays 2 drop backs

Well balance in passing/Running... 32 pass att / 34 run att

We need to do the same to the Cowgurls…..



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