Thread: Ideal Scenarios
View Single Post
Old 01-11-2014   #64
Number19
All Pro
 
Join Date: May 2004
Age: 66
Posts: 786
Rep Power: 22903 Number19 is a quality contributor and well respectedNumber19 is a quality contributor and well respectedNumber19 is a quality contributor and well respectedNumber19 is a quality contributor and well respectedNumber19 is a quality contributor and well respectedNumber19 is a quality contributor and well respectedNumber19 is a quality contributor and well respectedNumber19 is a quality contributor and well respectedNumber19 is a quality contributor and well respectedNumber19 is a quality contributor and well respectedNumber19 is a quality contributor and well respected
Default Re: Ideal Scenarios

Quote:
Originally Posted by Corrosion View Post
...The most telling thing to me is that the more he played , the worse he got as defenses figured out how to make him uncomfortable and ineffective.
He started off pretty good , made some big plays along the way but was incapable of sustaining or finishing drives...
How much of this was on Kubiak for not being flexible enough to make adjustments and on play calling? Kubiak was one dimensional and didn't seem to be an innovator. When Kubiak's system, and play calling, was figured out, this was too much for a rookie to overcome.
Number19 is offline   Reply With Quote