Originally posted by PTulini:
While Raye's offense promises to be much more basic than Martz's version, with primary emphasis being placed on the ground game, daily team observers so far this offseason have been surprised by its creativity, with the passing game so far looking sharper than the running attack.
RB Frank Gore is the focus?
Apparently, according to the tone of the article, we can expect quite alot, and much of it from Gore.
This is one of the most intriguing questions, to me, for the preseason: how will Raye do as a playcaller. What we've seen and heard so far has been good--a surprising emphasis on the pass, unexpected creativity, a disciplined approach.
But none of that shows us how Raye will do as a playcaller. How he will set up the opposing defenses, how he will use the increased number of weapons the offense has, how he will perform under pressure.
Fourth and less than a yard, down by 3, at the other team's 35 and less than three minutes to go in the game. What's he gonna call? Will he gamble?
This should really be fun to watch.