I know this was discussed on another thread, but I don't think most of what we saw in the Iowa game were actual "bubble screens" -- I think most of what we saw were WR screens, where one WR blocks for another. The problem is they were poorly executed (thrown 4 feet above the WR) and/or called at the wrong time.
So, I don't think CPR saying he wants more "Bubble Screens" is as bad as it may have initially seemed. It should look like this: A wide out or slot guy (Wimberly comes to mind) comes back toward the QB at the snap at catches it while running then cuts up field in kind of a slanty way. Getting the ball into the hands of your playmaker in stride. It would work well if the corners/safteys are playing pretty loose.
That's my best guess at least.
You are correct in your differentiation between a WR screen and a "bubble screen". Two completely different animals.
BUT... whatever play is called... i wanna see a dude cut it up field in a slanty way. That would be awesome
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