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Discussion in 'National Football League' started by Chrisiue, Jan 7, 2019.
On this Monday after, we can at least say we don’t miss either one of them.
This thread makes me want to call a 3rd and 15 draw play!
Even though they both made the playoffs? I'd sure take that.
Did you not watch the games this weekend?
Didn't like either, but they were both better than Bates.
Schotty did not have the easiest of jobs here. Pennington had no arm, Favre came late and needed to learn the O overnight seemingly. Then gets hurt. Then he has to deal with the atrocious Sanchez
And Schotty decided to run the ball twice per drive and throw on third and long for almost every series that Seattle had possession against Dallas. He's worse than Bates because he should know better being a long time coordinator.
I think the thread title is a line from “We Didn’t Start The Fire”
My brother was laughing hard at Seahawks game.
He had this tidbit to share with me: "Your favorite Brian is indeed a legendary OC."
Schottys game plan Saturday was run run Russ be amazing so we can run again.
They were instrumental in making me some money.
And this why I hate defensive coordinator candidates to be head coaches. They pick offensive coordinators to run a bland run first offense that simply doesn’t work in the NFL anymore.
No excuses for Schotty are acceptable. He was awful. There was a long laundry list of things that were wrong with the job that he did.
My only defense for Schottenheimer is that’s what they did all season. It’s how they got there. Hard to go away from it in the playoffs. It’s also clear Carroll is the one who wants the ground and pound.
Only thing your post is missing is an @.
If he even posts here anymore lol
All along the game I was killing Shotty then the next day they're killing Pete Carroll .
Even during the broadcast they were mentioning the playcalling...
lmao.. Love Pete but the Shotty thing is stone cold facts.
Schottenheimer was pretty shitty when he was the Jets. During this past regular season, he looked A LOT better than he was before, and I gave him credit for that. But on Sunday, he absolutely shat the bed, and it wasn't pretty. There's certainly lots of reason for the loss. But as Jets fans, post mortem would focus on a broad single factor: failure to make timely second half adjustments.
As pointed out in the article, the Seahawks rushing game relied on varied runs and solid execution. That's what carried them to the playoffs. So, by the end of Q2, Schottenheimer, if he was playing attention, should have seen that the players were not executing the inside run game like he intended. Instead of continuing to call inside runs, he could have switched it up and either called outside runs or let his very efficient QB throw the football. It's worth noting that Schottenheimer's not alone. Norton kept rushing four and playing coverage. He neither rushed nor spied Prescott. That alone may have limited his rushing gains in the fourth quarter.
Hopefully, the Seahawks CS learns from this loss. They're a fun team to watch.