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Old 10-07-2013   #2017
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Default Re: At what point does Kubiak run out of leash?

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Originally Posted by Vinny View Post
Most teams offense evolves over the years. We stagnate.
Gary is completely married to his offense. We've been running the same virtually identical offense and plays for 8 years now. It CAN work when everything goes perfect. What I don't like is there is no margin for error and it relies on long drives (in general) and if one lugnut falls off a wheel, it's like the whole car burns to the ground.

I would bring in Case, and change things up. I grant you, it's not going to be a whole different offense. You cannot put in a different O mid-season, but you can run some different looks and different plays. You can work to break your tendencies. You can get Case on the move, and run things within the same offense that Matt is simply not capable of. You can test the deep middle of the field.

Matt has clearly regressed. It's to the point that I'm not so sure I wouldn't rather have Carr under center (the Carr from when he played here) than MS because at least Carr had a cannon and some mobility although I grant you he had zero pocket awareness and his own issues with decision making.

*sigh*
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