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For anyone who may not remember,

DEUCE McAllister made a great report about 6 weeks ago, in which he explained that 'the QB receives his audio Play-Calling from the Coach during the first 15 seconds of the playclock ;

Then their Microphone & Speaker Shuts Off ...
( allowing the QB time to settle everything down and make an audible if necessary.)

SO : it is ACTUALLY much
MORE
important to make stadium noise DURING those first 15 seconds when the coach is
trying to send in plays electronically to the QB's earphones.

DEUCE explained how THIS IS Opposed to the old idea,
in which fans tried to make the most noise when the team lined up on the ball just b4 it was hiked,

Hoping TE's & Receivers could not hear what the QB was saying during an audible.

DEUCE explained how this is actually Counter-Intuitive,
from what most fans have been lead to believe in the past.

He made it clear that the Coach's Microphone CUTS-OFF after that initial 15 Seconds,

But this is NOT KNOWN to most NFL stadium fans..


THIS is why SP was trying to explain it, during 1 of his pressors this week..

Saints fans are Savvy,
we pickup on these tricks,
so TELL all ur friends in the Dome tomorrow,
and let's confound & frustrate Geoff & McVay to a new degree.


Will be Interesting to note the ways in which the guys in the Booth try to explain this issue to the "Average Television Fan."

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Actually that’s not right.

The coach-to-QB headsets turn on at the start of the play clock/end of each down and remain on until there are 15 seconds left on the play clock or the ball is snapped, whichever occurs first.

The play call will come in within those first 15 seconds, but after they are lined up, McVay is then reading the defense’s alignment for Goff and relaying any audible or adjustment he feels necessary before the communicator shuts off.

ARTICLE 3. SPEAKERS IN HELMETS
The Coach-to-Player system allows a member of the coaching staff in the bench area or the coaches' booth to communicate to a designated offensive or defensive player with a speaker in his helmet. Communication from the coaches’ booth via the system is prohibited. The communication begins once a game official has signaled a down to be over, and is cut off when the play clock reaches 15 seconds or the ball is snapped, whichever occurs first.
https://operations.nfl.com/the-rules/2018-nfl-rulebook/#rule5
 
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After the public challenge issued to the Dats I’ll be amazed if it isn’t rocking like the 06 Falcons game.

NFCCG and a challenge by the opposing team and our own coach asking for some help? I expect to see the cameras shake on the TV feed.
 
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Scream. Hold your phones up with those downloaded siren apps. Shake your cans with coin in them. Fire small cannons. From the end of the play until the ball is snapped. About 35sec. of doing that. Drink and go to the bathroom during the play. Repeat.
 
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Actually that’s not right.

The coach-to-QB headsets turn on at the start of the play clock/end of each down and remain on until there are 15 seconds left on the play clock or the ball is snapped, whichever occurs first.

The play call will come in within those first 15 seconds, but after they are lined up, McVay is then reading the defense’s alignment for Goff and relaying any audible or adjustment he feels necessary before the communicator shuts off.



https://operations.nfl.com/the-rules/2018-nfl-rulebook/#rule5
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? YES : article 3 states "and is cut off when the play clock reaches 15 seconds
or the ball is snapped, whichever occurs first."

That's What DEUCE & SP were telling Saints fans. Were talking about the same thing here.
 

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Actually that’s not right.

The coach-to-QB headsets turn on at the start of the play clock/end of each down and remain on until there are 15 seconds left on the play clock or the ball is snapped, whichever occurs first.

The play call will come in within those first 15 seconds, but after they are lined up, McVay is then reading the defense’s alignment for Goff and relaying any audible or adjustment he feels necessary before the communicator shuts off.



https://operations.nfl.com/the-rules/2018-nfl-rulebook/#rule5
Good job on presenting the facts.

So, as many would say, including myself, not everything you hear from a supposed knowledgable person, in this case, Deuce, is always correct.

Bottom line. Yell loud and long on every single offensive play when the Rams have the ball. I will be one of those.

Also, I would disagree to a certain extent with Deuce. If the offense, particularly the oline, cannot hear any audibles for the blocking assignments and or the QB’s cadence. They will be at a bigger disadvantage than the
Dline. They will need to watch the ball for the snap, giving the dline a huge advantage.

MAKE LOTS OF NOISE, WHEN RAMS HAVE THE BALL, UNTIL THE BALL IS SNAPPED, EVERY SINGLE PLAY.

Seahawks fans do this well.
 
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Yes. Please tell at least 3 people and ask them to do the same. Pass the message around when you're in your second too. Not everyone reads SR or watches TV. Assume nothing.
 

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Y’all don’t need to download an app, just record the noise on your phone and replay it on a loop.

AND

Scream and put coins in a bottle
 

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