PDA

View Full Version : Horrible at making adjustments


Vine
12-24-2011, 04:11 PM
Broncos march down the field and score a touchdown on their first possession. Bills make adjustments and Denver struggles to run the ball at all, the rest of the game. Broncos fail to make their own adjustments AGAIN, as they have a horrible 2nd quarter with a bunch of 3 n outs AGAIN.

This totally falls on Fox and McCoy. Two idiot numbnuts who refuse to consider alternatives when defenses make adjustments to Denver's gameplans.

Happens every god damn week.

lolcopter
12-24-2011, 04:14 PM
let's try to run up the middle on 1st and 2nd down this drive and see what happens

Gort
12-24-2011, 04:15 PM
let's try to run up the middle on 1st and 2nd down this drive and see what happens

Einstein's definition of insanity

maher_tyler
12-24-2011, 04:23 PM
Broncos march down the field and score a touchdown on their first possession. Bills make adjustments and Denver struggles to run the ball at all, the rest of the game. Broncos fail to make their own adjustments AGAIN, as they have a horrible 2nd quarter with a bunch of 3 n outs AGAIN.

This totally falls on Fox and McCoy. Two idiot numbnuts who refuse to consider alternatives when defenses make adjustments to Denver's gameplans.

Happens every god damn week.

It's like watching Slowick coach the defense when he was here. Made no adjustments...it's ****in annoying

SonOfLe-loLang
12-24-2011, 04:25 PM
Yeah, obviously the team played pretty crappy today, but the first half play calling was utterly atrocious. We are a team that RELIES on misdirection and keeping a D off balance. We kept trotting out the same **** and hoped we'd just overpower em. Our offensive line sucks.

Gort
12-24-2011, 04:27 PM
Yeah, obviously the team played pretty crappy today, but the first half play calling was utterly atrocious. We are a team that RELIES on misdirection and keeping a D off balance. We kept trotting out the same **** and hoped we'd just overpower em. Our offensive line sucks.

this.

hard to believe, but after 15 consecutive handoffs to McGahee into the middle of the line, the D is sort of able to guess what's coming next, huh?

i could go out in my yard and pick up a rock that has more creativity than McCoy.

stupid OC is stupid.

argghhh!!! i'm still so mad i could kick a hippie.

rbackfactory80
12-24-2011, 04:30 PM
Tebow has to learn how to take advantage of the quick out, curls, flats, and check-downs in order to keep the defense honest. When he drops back, he is looking for the home run every time.

lolcopter
12-24-2011, 04:32 PM
Tebow has to learn how to take advantage of the quick out, curls, flats, and check-downs in order to keep the defense honest. When he drops back, he is looking for the home run every time.

Should he have done this in the first half with five attempts or in the second half when we're already losing

rbackfactory80
12-24-2011, 04:36 PM
Should he have done this in the first half with five attempts or in the second half when we're already losing

It doesn't matter. There were 10 yard gains all over the field today. We could have small balled them, we were only down 12 at half. He has to use the short routes to open up the deep stuff.

Dedhed
12-24-2011, 09:59 PM
Tebow has to learn how to take advantage of the quick out, curls, flats, and check-downs in order to keep the defense honest. When he drops back, he is looking for the home run every time.

A-I don't see those routes much.

B-Tebow 3/4 on the first drive, and I don't think they attempted a pass on the next 2-3 drives; ending in 3 and outs.

C-Then, once we're trailing because of atrocious defense and ST, we start to throw the ball.

There isn't an ounce of deception in any of that.

barryr
12-24-2011, 10:06 PM
The Panthers were never really considered a high octane type of offense the years Fox was the head coach, so it is doubtful this team would ever be one of the best passing teams no matter who plays QB.

JDB7821
12-24-2011, 10:10 PM
this.

hard to believe, but after 15 consecutive handoffs to McGahee into the middle of the line, the D is sort of able to guess what's coming next, huh?

i could go out in my yard and pick up a rock that has more creativity than McCoy.

stupid OC is stupid.

argghhh!!! i'm still so mad i could kick a hippie.

I don't think McCoy is stupid, his first 15 scripted plays to start each game seem to be superb. That shows he's scouted the opponent properly...but something obviously happens right after the first 15 that kills the team. McCoy is great with the first 15...Tebow is great with the last 15...something needs to happen with everything in between.

rbackfactory80
12-25-2011, 06:08 AM
A-I don't see those routes much.

B-Tebow 3/4 on the first drive, and I don't think they attempted a pass on the next 2-3 drives; ending in 3 and outs.

C-Then, once we're trailing because of atrocious defense and ST, we start to throw the ball.

There isn't an ounce of deception in any of that.

You are right. I would like to see more of these type of routes and Tim using them to get some rhythm and open some stuff up. Deception could help this squad.

Spider
12-25-2011, 06:23 AM
Tebow has to learn how to take advantage of the quick out, curls, flats, and check-downs in order to keep the defense honest. When he drops back, he is looking for the home run every time.

this right here , end thread

Spider
12-25-2011, 06:26 AM
A-I don't see those routes much.

B-Tebow 3/4 on the first drive, and I don't think they attempted a pass on the next 2-3 drives; ending in 3 and outs.

C-Then, once we're trailing because of atrocious defense and ST, we start to throw the ball.

There isn't an ounce of deception in any of that.

it is all about what Tebow understands , a lot of you guys seem flat out amazed that we are running a simplistic offense ,question is can Teeb read a LB or a corner gettin ready to short jump a route ?