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Old 11-01-2012   #1
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Default Texans film study and the evolution of Kubiak's offense.

I'm going to start my vacation tomorrow and won't have the opportunity to get on board much, so I thought I just go ahead and present a bit of film study to "attempt" to show how much Kubiak's offense has evolved through the years.

As I rewatched several Texans games from this year to compare them to the seven Broncos games in 2007 and a Niners game way back when, I must say that this offense has come a long way.

It's so much more complex and sophisticated, the difference is like night and day (no matter the results.)

This offense that we're seeing here as compared to that 2007 Broncos offense can be seen as comparing a BMW with a Volks.

It's formation galore, play-action gallore, and a whole lot of more complex blocking schemes.
The motions are still there, sometimes less, but usually more.

When you add all these things together, there's little wonder why Arian Foster regards his HC as a premier chess player in the game of football.

And everything starts anew with each game, there has got to be a question on how the players can execute the different game plans at an optimum rate.
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