Originally posted by pasodoc9er:I hope the "kap is still looking at one player" is untrue. Because if not, it doesn't matter one whit what changes we make on offense. Against elite teams, SEA in particular, if kap looks down his receiver, our O isn't going anywhere. So let's hope kap has made adjustments, ie, has learned how not to stared down his receivers, but I cannot see that happening just over the end of season period. If anything, if kap just gets some better at not staring, that would be a big break for us.
Great point. Plus it does seem Roman put the handcuffs on CK last year and they were running more simplistic receiving routes. I'm hoping our new QB guru can help CK with his touch passes and reading his progressions. For this offense to really click, I think we need to incorporate screens, crossing patterns and generally more passes thrown to the intermediate middle. Were these plays phased out of the playbook last year due to lack of trust/CK's inexperience? Yes probably.
But it's important topic. If CK struggles making these throws then our offense becomes too limited and predictable.