So I've actually had some work to do at work these last couple weeks and so I haven't been able to post very much.
But now things here are back to being slow so I thought I would drop by and do some good old fashioned debating on football.
Our offensive line totally dominated the Bears line this last week.
That was fun to watch and the running game was so good. Things worked out well against AZ too.
Our defense is tough as hell.
Run on us?
I love the way every single player on our defense can play the rush.
D-Ends, Safety's, CBs, and LBs are all very good at it and that what it takes to be this dominant.
The pass is ranked poorly but the numbers are skewed.
We need more depth at the CB position to counter the 4 and 5 wide sets.
1. Brad Childress - I couldn't believe that against the Bears we were averaging 6 yards a carry.
Add that to windy and cold conditions, a bad quarterback, and a bad group of WRs I don't think there was a reason in heaven to have passed the ball on Brad Johnson's final 2 INTs.
At best it was going to destroy our momentum running the ball and it ended up costing us the game.
Bad Play calling but he never was a play caller.
I think we're a victum of his ego again in this department as he thought he should be able to call plays in Philly so he did it here and he sucks at it.
He needs to bring in an O-Cordinator who can call plays.
2. Brad Johnson.
He is the other place we are victum to Childress' ego.
He made a decision to stick with Brad Johnson and seems to be too proud to make the right decision, admit he was wrong, and bench this plague on our team. Now I know people feel like we shouldn't start Tarvaris because we are still in the playoff chase but....
Brad Johnson is bad.
He doesn't give us a shot to win at all. I mean even if Tarvaris comes in and has a horrible performance, throws 4 INTs or whatever.
It doesn't matter because Johnson does the same crap.
You think, well maybe if its close Johnson will be better because he more experience.
This think is crap thinking.
If Brad Johnson has taught us anything it is that experience doesn't guarentee that you are going to make better decisions or that you are a better option over an inexperienced guy.
This is what I think a lot of people aren't getting.
They assume that throwing Tarvaris in there is giving up on the season when really our current quarterback is simply dreadful and Tarvaris probably gives us a better chance to win right now.
I mean things can't get much worse.
If we start Tarvaris then we have a shot at the playoffs because he could do a little bit better than BJ and hopefully spark the offense a little.
If we start Brad than the same things are going to happen that have happened all season and we won't make the playoffs and will be lucky to win any of remaining games.
Thats my 2 cents.