Originally Posted by CloakNNNdagger
After watching the RT/RG rotational experiment/mess from last year...
Kubiak mentioned before, that the rotation isn't about the players not being good enough, it's more about consistency. These young players lose track of what the team is trying to accomplish. Maybe it becomes about the guy in front of him, trying to win one on one battles. Maybe it becomes about himself, worried about screwing up on that last play, worried about getting his ass handed to him on the play before. Maybe he's worried about his friends watching him on TV, or his third cousin on his momma's side who sold the ticket he gave him.
It wasn't about finding out what works, it was more about protecting the player (his mental preparation) they are developing for the spot. Same thing we did with Duane Brown, Mike Briesel, Kareem Jackson, and still working through with Brandon Harris & our WRs.