5 Year Member
The offense needs a certain skill level at QB to function well. It works, it works for other teams, it's worked in the past, it definitely can be effective in the conference, but it needs a trigger man who can execute the offense in all facets. The defense faced a QB who could use his legs just enough to force them to respect that, and he read the receivers and was accurate enough to keep moving the chains. I was a little disappointed we didn't bring more pressure, but that might have been because we were concerned about his running, or his finding the open receiver. Our offense actually put together some nice drives, but you could just see how hard it is to sustain an offense that doesn't force a defense to respect all areas.