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    Conservative Coach + Good FG Kicker = No TDs

    Not much to add besides what I wrote in the title of this thread.
    Our offense and the play calling is killing us. It's looking like a repeat from Skip's previous job....
    Defense is doing better than last year.

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    Re: Conservative Coach + Good FG Kicker = No TDs

    Skip has actually recruited some outstanding DBs. But, if an FBS QB is not pressured, he will complete 65% of his passes and move the chain on third downs.

    I think the biggest problem this year with the D is: our coaches seem to teach that blitzers are supposed to "pick" an offensive lineman to run into.
    It's one of the strangest things I've ever seem. Most teams' blitzers have a seam to run through, basically created by the D-linemen and their rush lanes.
    Kinda like the splits that O-linemen create when they lineup on the scrimmage. Those splits, sometimes very huge, are the beginnings of the hole that the RB should run through.

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