Re: Are The Coaches Learning From Their Mistakes?
posted at 10/15/2012 6:25 PM EDT
In response to Bunker Spreckels' comment:
I don't agree with that assessement. It's wrong. This is exactly the problem: taking away/forgetting football fundamentals and obsessing over subsitutions and personnel to attack the "schemes" that they play.
That's the problem! It's over-management. It's completely over-thinking that element. You do that when your own offense isn't running well or your desperate, you don't do it as a gameplan every week! Jesus. What on earth is going on here?
Defenses can adapt to that very easily. We've seen good and great Ds do it constantly because their gameplan is only centered around defdening the pass. They don't have to think or adjust on their end because they know we want to throw almost exlusively.
I'll bet anyone right here and now that if we see Brady go 40+ vs Houston or SF at home, we'll lose.
I've offered this before just to take a friendly bet and I know why the Ballwashers won't take the bet. It's very telling, because deep down they know the truth.
They don't have a good or even mediocre D , it's flat out atrocious, so any improvement will be minimal.
The assement is correct and you are not, as usual.
If Brady throw 40 times it's because he has to, not because he wants to. He doesn't trust his D to hold a double diget lead and neither does BB.
Any blind man can see that. Take that back. Maybe not a sick, twisted, blind man or woman with an agenda. The rest of them ...No problem.