Originally Posted by The Pencil Neck
And you think that's because of the size of Kubiak's play sheet? Really?
Dude don't be dense...clearly the size of his play sheet with it written on the front and
back indicates that there are more plays and options for different looks and personnel packages than the small percentage of them he seems to revolve around yearly. It's like he gets info overload and gets stuck in 1 area of his play sheet when he calls plays in the games at times.
Arian Foster's targets in the passing game have steadily declined over the last 3 years...from 60+ recs in the last few years down to just 40 rec this past year....and thats with him missing 2 games in 2011. What the hell happened? You could
say that teams started accounting for him more.........but then there's that pesky "targets" stat which shows that his targets were down as well. Now when you consider Foster is one of our best playmakers why would you bring down his targets in the passing game? Why not try to get creative with how you get him the ball? What happened to that throw back play he scored on running a wheel route out of the backfield last year in TB? This is the kind of creativity that he needs to embrace more.
making every play look the same has its benefits only
if you put enough options out there in a variety of different ways to make teams think....and pay for it if they're not respecting certain aspects of your offense. If you don't do that, it just makes it easier for defenses to defend you...