Originally Posted by Lord Bills
how can it be an adjustment/audible if its built in?
it pretty much defeats the purpose of an audible.
What's worse is after that seahawks game, kubiak's answers were completely wishy washy.
He says once we have selected a play its the play we go into but he says like you said there are audibles built in probably trying to soothe fears or trying not to look bad considering its 2013 in the nfl and he doesnt let his quarterbacks audibles and if they do (allegedly) there's restrictions on it.
Meaning that there is a built in audible if Keenum gets a certain look from the defense. Problem is that Case can't correctly identify what's he is seeing, thus negating his ability to make the correct changes.
I'm not going to sit here and say that Kubiak gives his QBs complete authority at the line of scrimmage, but there's no doubt in my mind that during the week the offense comes up with certain hots or adjustments based on a specific look they expect to get during the game.