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3rd & Short Philosophy: Koetter

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11 minutes ago, falcons007 said:

Don’t you know an OC job is to balance run and pass. The Hc doesn’t care if they are scoring points or calling the best play to move the chains.

And has Koetter balanced run/pass the last 8 years?

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11 minutes ago, Falconsin2012 said:

 

You’re missing the point.  In 2012 and 2015 he had a good OL and good backs.  So apparently those are the only two years we are using to judge him in the run game.  The other six we will ignore.  

At  least that’s the argument you guys are throwing out there.  Which is beyond ludicrous.

How? Tell us what you want him to do with bad runningbacks and a bad oline? Tell us how you run the ball then?

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22 minutes ago, Falconsin2012 said:

 

You’re missing the point.  In 2012 and 2015 he had a good OL and good backs.  So apparently those are the only two years we are using to judge him in the run game.  The other six we will ignore.  

At  least that’s the argument you guys are throwing out there.  Which is beyond ludicrous.

No, DK did what’s best for Offense when he had crappy OL/RB. Any sane OC would do the same. Using the years 2013-2014 is naive. 

And you ignored his success on 3rd and short from 2015-2018 in Tampa. 

Actually 2012 is bad example because he had washed RB in MT. Let’s see stats from 2007-2011.

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Here is another fun fact from 2015-2018 on 3rd and short (Including goal Line situations):

Falcons: 26 TD (2nd in NFL) Aints had 27 at 1st.

Tampa: 20 TD (7th in NFL).

Last I checked, the Offense is supposed to score and OC job is to call the right play/s to score points.

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2 hours ago, Yo_Lover said:

How? Tell us what you want him to do with bad runningbacks and a bad oline? Tell us how you run the ball then?

His OL was good enough at the POA to put up huge passing yards.  They could not have been that bad.  

 

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Just now, Falconsin2012 said:

His OL was good enough at the POA to put up huge passing yards.  They could not have been that bad.  

 

That's like looking at Ryan's stats behind Trueblood, Konz, and Holmes then saying "ahhh they aren't that bad".

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2 minutes ago, Falconsin2012 said:

His OL was good enough at the POA to put up huge passing yards.  They could not have been that bad.  

 

My man you can have a decent pass blocking line but poor run blocking and vice versa. The right side of the line is usually your better run blockers and the left side pass blocking. Depending on the qb being left handed or right handed. And a POA is mostly for run plays because the line is pushing foward. They don’t push on pass plays. Not every line is good at both pass pro and run blocking. You have strong run lines but are suspect against the pass. 

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