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Old 10-21-2013   #41
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Default Re: Why In the World did We Not Use our OFFENSIVE SYSTEM in this Game?

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Originally Posted by Playoffs View Post
Kubiak said the biggest concern was putting too much on Keenum's plate. So either Case isn't game ready with our complete playbook or our coaches are unable to teach it to him.
Did you watch Stargate? One of the main characters was an archaeologist who specialized in ancient languages. He stumbled upon an group of people who happened to speak one of those ancient languages.

When he heard it for the first time, he didn't recognize it, didn't know that he knew it. However, after listening to it a few times, after struggling through the pronunciations... he ended up becoming very proficient pretty fast.

Just a movie, I know. But the same principals apply. Keenum has seen our offense, probably knows the playbook well. But actually seeing it from behind center, with the ball in his hands... it's going to take a little time before he can handle the play-book & the #1 pass rush in the NFL.
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