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Simple Explaination our Mularkey's Offense


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Most of you one here want Tom Brady's offense. The problem showed up yesterday. Then couldn't control the clock. Our offense is designed as a run first and ball control offense. That does not mean that we won't go down field a lot. Tony Gonzalez and Harry Douglas are the main two options against a zone. Roddy and Mike Jenkins are the primary deep threats. If the OL does not get any push, then all of this fails. If Ryan is protected, he can pick any defense apart. When he does that, whoever is running the ball for us will have a big day.

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Good point and I will fess up and say I wanted MM gone after last game but his offense does work when we get a push. But my problem is he doesn't know how to adjust when the run isn't working. He showed against the Cards that he is willing to dial up all kinds of plays, so long as the run is working. He doesn't know how to use the pass to open up the run.

I know everybody saw how lost the Cards looked when we went 5 wide against their base 3-4. I think we will see good things against the Saints, and if we can keep up initially and keep their emotions in check, then I think we have a very legit shot. I think our momentum will help a lot.

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Most of you one here want Tom Brady's offense. The problem showed up yesterday. Then couldn't control the clock. Our offense is designed as a run first and ball control offense. That does not mean that we won't go down field a lot. Tony Gonzalez and Harry Douglas are the main two options against a zone. Roddy and Mike Jenkins are the primary deep threats. If the OL does not get any push, then all of this fails. If Ryan is protected, he can pick any defense apart. When he does that, whoever is running the ball for us will have a big day.

You must have missed his idiot explanation on NFL Network's Playbook Friday of how he sends out the W R's on pattern. BTW Jenkins no longer considered deep threat- primarily possession and blocking and red zone due to his and Finneran's height

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Good point and I will fess up and say I wanted MM gone after last game but his offense does work when we get a push. But my problem is he doesn't know how to adjust when the run isn't working. He showed against the Cards that he is willing to dial up all kinds of plays, so long as the run is working. He doesn't know how to use the pass to open up the run.

I know everybody saw how lost the Cards looked when we went 5 wide against their base 3-4. I think we will see good things against the Saints, and if we can keep up initially and keep their emotions in check, then I think we have a very legit shot. I think our momentum will help a lot.

My spin was he had to or his butt was gone. The Saints have some of the best if not the best coaches on adjustments in the NFL. Good luck Mularkey.

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You must have missed his idiot explanation on NFL Network's Playbook Friday of how he sends out the W R's on pattern. BTW Jenkins no longer considered deep threat- primarily possession and blocking and red zone due to his and Finneran's height

break it down some more for me, i'm not understanding for some reason?

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Let's say MM decided to put the best play in his playbook on the board and proceeds to explain what he is trying to do, with the Saints coming up we have just lost a good play that could be used in crunch time. Just like you said, the Saints have some of the best coaches for adjustment in the league, do you really want to GIVE a play away before we even get to use it?!

The show is designed to tell the truth on what we do but that is the same purpose for political debates...

Come on and grow up, there is this thing called "LYING" or "OMISSION" learn one of the two.

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Most of you one here want Tom Brady's offense. The problem showed up yesterday. Then couldn't control the clock. Our offense is designed as a run first and ball control offense. That does not mean that we won't go down field a lot. Tony Gonzalez and Harry Douglas are the main two options against a zone. Roddy and Mike Jenkins are the primary deep threats. If the OL does not get any push, then all of this fails. If Ryan is protected, he can pick any defense apart. When he does that, whoever is running the ball for us will have a big day.

i think most of us just want tom brady

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the plays that we was running was not even close to the same ones we usally run.... we really did stretch the field this game, and it showed the time to push the ball more.... yea were a run first team, but that doesnt mean u cant control the clock passing the ball if the run fails.... thats wat holds this offense back sometimes, that and the dink and donk routes that are called

hardly and of thoes types of routes

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Most OCs look pretty good when their offensive line is opening holes big enough to drive a truck through.

But I did like the way we used the screen when they were showing blitz. We have to do a whole lot more of that. It will make opposing defenses think twice before sending the house on passing downs.

I remember the day Mike Smith was hired. He said his philosophy is simple. Run the ball and stop the run. When you can do those two things, you will win most of your games. Kill Mularkey if you like, but I believe that he's just adhering to the philosophy of our head coach.

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