Re: How does the playbook change with a more mobile quarterback?
I'd love to have a qb that could at the very least extend a play after the D gets thru the OL. Schaub is the only player I can remember that looks like he runs faster going backwards than forwards. Of course even on those rare occasion where he manages to wobble backwards far enough all he does is throw the ball away instead of drawing the defense forward and finding a receiver. That probably diesnt change the playbook but adds a dimension that the offense should have and which as we've seen would have helped.
Promote rick smith to general manager of consessions.