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Anyone think our fast paced offense is hurting our defense? Does our offense play "too fast" perhaps? It's a serious question and debatable. I personally would like them to slow it down and have our defense play less than 99 snaps.
Our defense is so bad, that won't help. We have to score as many points as possible anyway we can get them. Besides, we don't have the running game to do that.
Good point about the running game. It's a no win situation and sucks all around.
As hard as it may be to believe, I do think our defense has improved. The defense is making more solid plays. The only problem is that every 2 or 3 plays, someone will get out of position and give the opposing offense a big play. Lack of speed in the secondary is also painfully evident after zone shifts by the linebackers and usually results in allowing a large gain from scrimmage. The biggest impact against our defense, is our opponents have had the chance to study our game films. They have isolated our weaknesses and have developed game plans to exploit them. Our high hopes for a successful season has been reduced to a gut-wretching squeaker against Troy. Without major improvement, I am afraid that we may lose 2 more games.
So we've improved when we allow a big play every 2 or 3 plays?
I'm just joking around, don't kill me! :)
Seriously, we've done some improving in areas, but we're still not adjusting to what we're seeing. We run what's on the play sheet and never think out of the box.
I think the offense would struggle against better teams without the nohuddle. Easier to create mismatches with a no huddle attack, which minimizes defensive substitution and adjustment
Butch Jones. Who???
I agree. Without the no huddle, our QB would have to make the reads and audible at the LOS, and he isn't up to that.
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