Originally Posted by welsh texan
So you don't tailor your gameplan to make the most of the most important position on the field (QB) and his strengths?
You don't tailor your gameplan to the strengths of your least experienced, most likely to make rookie type errors, most likely to lose the game for you if he gets it wrong (in this case QB).
I just don't get what point you are trying to make here, I thought the offense showed a big step forward in this game, as much as I'm a case fan there was no guarantee he wasn't going to be well and truly outpf his depth.
You'd rather see a different QB make the same plays Schaub made? Did you think our offense was doing well before? Are you Matt Schaub??
The d lost this game, the chiefs were able to march down the field on us at will, despite having Alex smith at QB. The o wasn't fantastic but not bad for a first ever start for the kid at QB and given how poor it's been to date.
Good to see receivers getting big gains rather than just dink and dunk too, felt like every other completion was a 30 yarder.
Great to see posey flashing again too, that was a bad injury and he seems to be back on track quickly.
yes tailor it. incorporate what he is familiar with.
dont abandon your entire system that the whole offense knows and what your young qb has been learning the past two years.