Originally posted by JoeBart324:
I think the bolded was one of the more important reasons the team was successful last night. The Niners weren't scrambling to get to the line and Kap was able to read the D, make his adjustments or change the play, take another peek at the D and then snap the ball.
Granted it does help to go against a bad defense. But for the majority of the night Kap looked pretty comfortable throwing the ball. He had a few awful throws, but overall seemed to trust his receivers to get the ball.
there were nfl caliber players out there on the redskins defense.
if he has the time pre snap he can make the right decision that's proven.
if you give him even a little time he can make all the right throws that's proven.
the problem is against better teams, the coaching staff tenses up and goes quaker conservative and we need to be doing the opposite.
there's no reason we could not have run this offense in all 4 of our losses this season.
not a fake attempt at passing, a real legit one. along with power running. there's no reason we can't do this every week. ill accept this every week...
you see the difference. he gets multiple opportunities multiple people get the ball. you only give him certain types of passes and only a small amount of those have any real potential? he's going to boldin or vd that's it.
last night the pass to macdonald would have went to vd down the middle IF they hadn't been dialing up those plays all night.
but because he had those already and knew he was going to get more... he made the read and then saw macdonald open and delivered the ball.
its no coincidence that once they sent macdonald out with manningham and not bruce miller... that other people caught passes...
keep that up and power run, no more stretch run plays... we don't do stretch runs we just did this last night to try to stick it to the redskins which made no sense. power runs do them often then we're going to be elite on offense.
EXPAND THE OFFENSE
EXPAND THE PERSONNEL