I agree that BOB did make some changes to better fit DW4's skillset. But at the same time, I think there's even more he can do... and I think alot of the offense's problems are outside of DW's performance (ie. OL, play design, execution).BOB did change what he wants to do to better fit DW4's skillset. Defenses have caught up to what DW4 wants to do.
I somewhat agree. I'd like for Deshaun to be more patient in the pocket. But at the same time, you don't want to take away one his best assets... his maneuverability. What makes him great is his ability to escape muddled pockets and make plays. There's a fine balance in there, somewhere, that he'll have to master.Because to win you have to be able to stay patient step up in the pocket and deliver a throw with accuracy/anticipation. You're 1st thought shouldn't be run Deshaun run.
Is it ideal? yes. Is it a requirement? no. I think where DW needs to improve on is trusting his OL. But I can't blame him for having this lack of trust. The way I see it, for BOB's offense to be successful in this league, is that OL has to be top-tier.You can design some plays to move him around some, but winning championships requires being able to read defenses and throwing from the pocket. Scrambling should be an option of last resort.