primetime Posted December 2, 2020 Share Posted December 2, 2020 I’ve been watching the Titans v Colts game from this week. I also watched the same teams play two Thursday’s ago. Obviously Arthur Smith’s name has come up a few times re a possible offensively minded HC candidate. His play calling - which obviously centres around RB Henry - is pretty clever when play actioning off Henry. Fake handoffs to Henry/QB keeper on the goal line as well as some mis direction to receivers. I feel like the Titans have a very similar team to us apart from the obvious world beater RB and good coaching. They have an OK Oline and Dline, great Receivers and some defensive playmakers. They use the run to setup the play action pass like we try to do however at times it’s so successful (the run) that they just keep feeding Henry the ball. Clearly we have tried this at times with Gurley to significantly less success. Thus My question is really “Can Arthur Smith’s playbook actually work in Atlanta without a bonafide stud RB? Will his playbook translate to an increased Offencive production and in particular increased RB success.” Interested in your thoughts? SoCalFalconFan and mountain_jim3 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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