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Old 12-02-2013   #458
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Default Re: The All Encompassing FIRE KUBIAK & REPLACEMENT thread II

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Originally Posted by Tolar's Ghost View Post
I don't think that matters much. Keenum has plenty of talent for a smart coach to work with.

The main point is the Bevell and the Seahawks have a much better grasp of what it takes to move the ball in today's NFL than does the Texans' staff.
Of course who's the QB makes a difference when much of their moving the ball is based on his running.

Seahawks with Bevel - yds 28, 17, 12 pts 23, 9, 2
Texans - yds 13, 7, 10 pts 10, 8, 29

There is only one time in one category in Bevel's tenure where the Seahawks have beat the Texans. That's with the Texans 53 yds rushing by QBs the last two years and Wilson rushing for 898 yds.

Bevell is a good choice for consideration but not for the reasons you are stating. For example, a good one would be the transition should not be tough in overall philosophy because he employs a WCO with with quite a bit of stretch plays.
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