Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Given his success in the past I doubt this is the case. When you run for a loss on first down, run for a loss on second down and then hand Smith a 3rd and 15...what do you expect?
He seemed to find folks in the Jimmy Raye offense so what the h*ll's wrong with the play calling from Roman? Pass on first down, not third. The pass to Walker demonstrates how effective this scheme can be but they have to be patient, block well and allow the receivers to make plays after the catch. The short stuff generally opens up the deeper RZ passes. When you have 3rd and long the D doesn't have to guess.
Lol should we bring Jimmy Raye back? Our offense was atrocious when Alex Smiths red zone efficiency was at its best what does that tell you?