Originally Posted by Lord Bills
that still doesnt excuse abandoning your entire offensive system and installing an offense the rest of your team doesnt really know.
your telling me all keenum has done to familiarize himself with this offense is just to sit in the QB meeting room is a cope out joke. I reckon these last two years keenum has run more reps in this system and it would have served the texans better if they just incorporated some plays instead of drastically abandoning your entire system that your entire offense including your young qb knows.
Learning the system for two years running it in practice > using a system nobody knows but keenum in practice for 1 week.
They've told you a couple of times already but here it is again. He does not run this offense in practice. He runs a "simulation" of what the next opponent's offense will do.
I saw yesterday as being something of a mash up of what Keenum did know well of our offense and what Gary could give him that was familiar. You saw as much of Sumlin's old offense as the rest of the Texans starters
were capable of absorbing in the short period of time they had. Not as much of the Texans offense as Keenum could master in that same amount of time. I imagine that we would have seen more of our usual if our RB's had been effective/healthy. Instead by the fourth quarter all we had to turn to was the UH stuff.
Makes me kind of wonder if they'll take a couple of weeks now to get Keenum up to speed on some more of what the Texans do regularly. They've got two weeks. I hope they put it to good use.