that may be true, but comunication through the headset is supposed to automatically shut off when the play clock hits 15 seconds, maybe the Patriots have figured out how to bypass that auto shut off feature
that's not a reason for not trying the screen, all these types of plays can be run out of the same formation, which would keep the defense to guessing and reacting a bit slower, therefore diminishing the pass rush to an extent. Especially if you also go with a hurry up offense. You need to tire a quick line out and make them suck wind. Our offense is just to easy to defend against as it pertains to play selection. Our game plan has looked exactly the same all season long so far.
I would of thrown a boatload of screens at whatever side Watts was lining up, with a bunch of double counter and misdirection running plays during the first half, to tire that front d. When those counters and misderiction runs start working, bam play action.
Your reviews are flat out awesome! Bummed out that you won't be able to do the next two games! Maybe you can do them after the fact, when you return? What bugs me is the crosswind makes plenty of sense, but why couldn't Fitz get an adjustment dialed in on his throws? It doesn't even look like he tried because the ball was consistently off the same directions and distance. Oh well good game anyhow!
Look , I get your point about volume I.e. Ben & Brown. I never said I expect Fitz/smith to connect on all attempts, but one or two would be nice, Yes deep attempts are not the main component of our offense, but this is about Devin and I don't see the faults in his play that you do, I see the breakdown to be more on the Qb, then the rook. And the rook is here for the deep game primarily this year, that's his role in this offense, and I want yo see him succeed
isn't that the whole purpose of a speedy receiver? To be able to take the top off the defense, that's what he was drafted to be, and this thread is about Devin, so of course the main talking point will be the deep ball, duh.... We have plenty of people to play intermediate routes and dump offs, Devin is needed for the top of the defense. I've been consistent on topic, you have been going all over the place trying to make things fit your viewpoint and defending Fitz's honor. Its not that complicated when discussing a deep threat receiver, and that discussion clearly shows that Fitz cannot take advantage of Devins strengths. There's no sense in describing the painfully obvious away.