Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
That Green Bay D looked hammered when we were spreading it out, making their middle linebackers enter 'prevent' formations (whilst stretching out the defensive backs). -Not one defensive end was able to penetrate Alex's pocket, we looked totally unpredictable out of the shotgun, I just don't understand why we didn't start the game like this.
Also, Alex Smith looked as if he was playing at Utah, the moment he was out of the shotgun everything was flowing, and then the moment we make Alex exit his comfort zone he throws that urgent interception.
I just don't even understand why we continued to go with the i-formation after the Tenn. game when clearly it's the weakest setup for our offense, as our success rate has been 30% out of 2-TE/I packages, while the shotgun/spread has given us 95% success.
If Mike Martz was here we would have probably have been more dangerous than the Cardinals this year.
Those are interesting stats. I can't believe Sing & Co. cannot see that. It is ridiculous.