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phan1
03-09-2006, 11:30 PM
Well, a lot has been made of Kubiak and his new offensive scheme. I really hope it isn't a bad interpretation of the Denver offense, since he's been there for so long. Because our personnel looks absolutely NOTHING like Denver's.

We have a big Oline (even though their size just makes them totally unable to pass block), and speedy skill players. And if we draft Reggie, we could easily have the fastest offense in the league if Mathis learns how to be a WR. And if we pick up Isaac Bruce (we've shown some interest), our offense should looke blazing.

And when I think of Denver, I definitely don't think of quick, explosive skill players. I just really hope Kubiak can implement a system that will really play to the strengths of our offense, cause that looked like something we really weren't able to do last season. We couldn't even get the ball to AJ last season for gawd's sake!

Grid
03-10-2006, 12:19 AM
Kubiak isnt going to try to force our players to be something they arent.

Expect a similar offense though.. with the emphasis on rollouts and TEs and running the ball. We will just implement it in a way that best suits the players we have.

thunderkyss
03-10-2006, 12:23 AM
Well, a lot has been made of Kubiak and his new offensive scheme. I really hope it isn't a bad interpretation of the Denver offense, since he's been there for so long. Because our personnel looks absolutely NOTHING like Denver's.
for gawd's sake!


I thought we already had a bad interpretation of the Denver Offense.


If we pick up Isaac Bruce, forget about Bush..... we're trading down.

TexansTrueFan
03-10-2006, 01:46 AM
well to be honest i wouldnt mind having a offense u could compare to denvers, i mean they always seem to have a pretty good O. and an awesome running game

The Dude Abides
03-10-2006, 02:28 AM
I thought we already had a bad interpretation of the Denver Offense.


If we pick up Isaac Bruce, forget about Bush..... we're trading down.

Why, exactly?

Texas
03-10-2006, 01:05 PM
A. Salary Cap Issues
B. That would take away the need for a back/receiver

Texas
03-10-2006, 01:12 PM
However now we dont need to worry about Bruce.http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2362534

carrstud34
03-10-2006, 01:19 PM
Well, a lot has been made of Kubiak and his new offensive scheme. I really hope it isn't a bad interpretation of the Denver offense, since he's been there for so long. Because our personnel looks absolutely NOTHING like Denver's.

We have a big Oline (even though their size just makes them totally unable to pass block), and speedy skill players. And if we draft Reggie, we could easily have the fastest offense in the league if Mathis learns how to be a WR. And if we pick up Isaac Bruce (we've shown some interest), our offense should looke blazing.

And when I think of Denver, I definitely don't think of quick, explosive skill players. I just really hope Kubiak can implement a system that will really play to the strengths of our offense, cause that looked like something we really weren't able to do last season. We couldn't even get the ball to AJ last season for gawd's sake!

I have to agree with you i hope gary is everything we all hope he is. Are offense should be alright as long as we make a true comitment to geting the guys we need. are line is just not going to cut it. we have at least four guys starting right now that would be third string guys for any other team. One more true wide out would be nice so we can spread the field a little bit, and hopefully mathis will learn how to play for our deep threat

humbleone
03-10-2006, 03:09 PM
However now we dont need to worry about Bruce.http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2362534


Good post! Thanks.

mancunian
03-11-2006, 08:38 AM
Well, a lot has been made of Kubiak and his new offensive scheme. I really hope it isn't a bad interpretation of the Denver offense, since he's been there for so long. Because our personnel looks absolutely NOTHING like Denver's.

We have a big Oline (even though their size just makes them totally unable to pass block), and speedy skill players. And if we draft Reggie, we could easily have the fastest offense in the league if Mathis learns how to be a WR. And if we pick up Isaac Bruce (we've shown some interest), our offense should looke blazing.

And when I think of Denver, I definitely don't think of quick, explosive skill players. I just really hope Kubiak can implement a system that will really play to the strengths of our offense, cause that looked like something we really weren't able to do last season. We couldn't even get the ball to AJ last season for gawd's sake!

We're gonna run the ball. A lot! and use lots of roll outs and PA. I get the feeling we'll be a "run the ball, stop the run" kinda team. (Though if the D plays like they did last year my other half's 74 year old granny would have a 100 yard rusing game!!)