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What the buffalo playoff game showed was that tightening up your execution improves your performance dramatically. 1st half and pretty much most of the 3rd, the defense couldn't tackle & wrap up Josh Allen or Singletary to save their lives despite being in good position most of the times, sure handed guy like Nuk were fumbling the ball & DW4 looked like he was confused & didn't know what he was seeing. Hell the ST was even screwing up but got bailed out by "common sense" lol. Late 3rd they started tackling better, DW4 was much more decisive & accurate with his throws and you saw the result. Nothing at all changed about the playcalls or the scheme.O'Brien's offensive scheming is mediocre, at best. Which is why he had nothing during 51-7, even with a talented QB like Watson.
I simply cannot believe that someone like Andy Reid would have been caught so flat-footed if the roles had been reversed and he was working with Watson and the Texans roster.
Coaching matters. Players run the schemes demanded by the coach and adlib when the schemes fail to produce successful results. This was clear in the Bills comeback game.
It aint the scheme that fails...The scheme has been around for decades and is proven. its the players failing in executing the scheme...
& Up until Reid secured perhaps the best young quarterback of this generation, he was known for coming up short in big moments. Just b/c Mahomes put on a heroic effort and saved him this past year doesn't mean those playoff failures he had in years prior where his offenses got effectively shut down go away.