Originally Posted by deucetx
Let's shift from the conservative talk because I honestly don't think Kubiak was in this game. Not to the point of costing us the game. Instead what about being predictable? As I heard on Mike & Mike this morning, they stated that some around the league feel we are predictable in our playcalling. Richard Sherman also stated he knew the ball was coming based on the formation and that they already practiced against it.
So are we that predictable? Does the answer why on some of these passes that Matt is going color blind that the receivers have a blanket around them? Or maybe this answers why a team that amounts so many yards ends up field goals or these stretches where we can't even get in the endzone. Second half against the Hawks nothing to speak for. Ravens nothing to speak for. Last quarter of the schedule last year for a good 6 quarters, nothing to speak for.
Does any think we're predictable?
That's a fair question... but did you see that boot coming? That surprised the hell out of me. I would have bet $100 it was going to be a handoff to Arian and rely on the defense to win. If our offense is so predictable, then how did we gash the so-called best defense in the NFL for 476 yards?
If it wasn't for the Tate fumble, I think we win this game 23-10. Everyone would be talking about how good our offense is because the leagues best defense couldn't stop it.