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pacstud

  • joined Nov 05, 2009
  • last login May 19, 2011
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The Philosophy is Two Words.

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  • NBA Los Angeles Lakers
  • NFL San Diego Chargers
  • NCAAF Nebraska Cornhuskers
  • NCAAB UCLA Bruins
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Pacstud's O-Line Analysis: Titans

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Enjoy the Chargers' win over the Tennessee Titans!

Pacstud's O-Line Analysis: Patriots

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Pacstud's breakdown of the Chargers vs Patriots.

Pacstud's O-Line Analysis: Rams

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For the sadists that want a rewatch (or my recap), we visit the Debacle in St. Louis.

Pacstud's O-Line Analysis: Raiders

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Enjoy the breakdown of San Diego vs Oakland.

Pacstud's O-Line Analysis: Cardinals

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Breakdown of the Chargers' dissection of the Arizona defense.

Pacstud's O-Line Analysis: Seahawks

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While Dombrowski struggles, Dielman regains his Pro Bowl form in Seattle.

Pacstud's O-Line Analysis: Jaguars

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Do you want to know more about how the San Diego Charger's Offensive Line is doing? Check out Pacstud's O-Line analysis for all the dirt from the trenches.

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Pacstud's O-Line Analysis: Chiefs I

Chargers Regular Season Week 1 Opponent:  Kansas City Chiefs   Date:  September 13, 2010   Drive 1   1.  1-10; -28 Ace H-Flanker 25 Base (26 Power fake) LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2   N...

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Pacstud's Chargers O-Line Analysis: Saints (All Starters plays)

A breakdown of the San Diego Chargers offensive line vs. the New Orleans Saints.

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Why AJ is a Sith Lord

Let me start by saying the following article is not my work.  However, it is the work of a genius.  I joked about getting permission to plaster this all over the Internet, and he (perhaps...

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Pacstud's O-Line Analysis: Cowboys (1st Half)

2010 Offensive Line Analysis and Grading   Chargers Pre-Season Week 2   Opponent:  Dallas Cowboys   Date:  August 21, 2010   Drive 1   1.  1-10; -20 Blue Pro Rt. 23 Iso LT-2; LG-0; C-1; RG-2; RT-2  ...

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Pacstud O-Line Analysis: Bears (2nd Half)

Start of 2nd Half   Drive 5   LT – Green  LG – Hansen  C – McDonald  RG – Stephenson  RT - Dombrowski   31.  1-10; 11 Pro Wing Rt. Strong 22 Iso LT-2; LG-1.5; C-2; RG-2; RT-2   LG needs to seal...

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Chargers Offensive Line Analysis (Preseason Game 1 vs Bears)

2010 Offensive Line Analysis and Grading   Chargers Pre-Season Week 1   Opponent:  Chicago Bears   Date:  August 14, 2010   Drive 1   1.  1-10; -22 Blue Pro Lt. 60 Pro LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2   ...

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Pacstud O-Line Analysis: Terminology Redux

As this is week one, I will begin with a rudimentary explanation of the format I use. I will also explain many of the generic terms used. Example Play Let's look at an example play log: ...

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Pacstud Terminology Guide

  Pacstud's O-Line Terminology Translation Guide               Here is a basic guide to translating the terms used in my offensive line analysis.  None of this is mine.  It is all basic jargon...

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Week 8 - Raider Game II

Week 8 - Raider Game II  http://www.boltsfromtheblue.com/2009/11/5/1117571/pacstud-terminology-guide   1.  1-10; -41 Ace Y-Up H-Flanker SB 829 Naked LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2 Easy...

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