Originally posted by NinerGM:
Exactly and it begs the question, can a NFL QB develop in a gimmicky offense. Here's what I am seeing. When Colin is asked to throw a slant to Manningham and to Boldin (which he did against GB) the pass is accurate, complete and hits the WR in stride. What's infuriating is that after both of those plays worked during this game, we never went back to it. My problem with this coaching staff is if those plays worked, then open up the tab in the offensive playbook that says "Short Passing Game Plays". This simply was non-existent. You can't expect Kap to develop when you never call those plays. I think sometimes with QBs who have strong arms you're too tempted to always hit the big stuff just but it has such a low percentage of success. This offense needs a dose of the the WCO approach - it really does.
its basically what it is.
they call nothing but chunk plays
that's his option on the play. everyone else is a decoy more times than not.
its sickening that this guy is going to continue to cost us games
defense shouldn't even have to practice this week after what they did today
you give up 10 points and scored on 2 possessions the entire game and lose?