Spring Game Film Review: Chopping Wood
One of my few concerns with the O. I don't expect us to be operating on all cylinders early on, but man it's going to be hard to stomach if our O is average, at best. The last two seasons, while not perfect, at least showed we could score points. To take a step back would be very, very hard to stomach.As long as we don't have to endure a "waiting to open the playbook" during the season I'll be fine.
I think TVD and this offense should be perfectly fine matriculating the ball downfield 5-10 yards at a time. QB's have to learn how to do this to be uber successful at this level and the next. And then take 3-4 shots a game deep. But an efficient offense keeps our defense off the field, (very, very important) and wears teams down in the Florida heat. For this season with less proven talent at WR, and no proven talent on the d-line, I think a ball control offense makes a lot of sense. Even if it is boring to watch.Dink and dunk heavy offense with an NFL QB with a cannon had me a little uneasy as well tbh.
Just learn from the Herbert situation...please?
After going through the "open the playbook later" crap with Richt and Enos what i see in the spring game is what i expect until proven otherwise.
I like the detailed explanations. He’s explaining things I never would have seen not being an x and o guy myself. He explains what each player does, then plays it multiple times so we can see exactly what’s happening. Best breakdowns on the YouTube’s in my opinion. Don’t change @Stevo365Appreciate the efforts to provide content, but this guy talks too much for me.
The nice thing is we get to start the season with a cupcake to get a feel for running the new offense in a game, then get a small step up in competition to work on it a bit more, before playing a real opponent. Would have been rough to start right off with a key game.As long as we don't have to endure a "waiting to open the playbook" during the season I'll be fine.