Can't get it to open either but I don't really need to........
As teams have watched tape they have figured out where ole Gussy boy is gonna be based on his mobility and they have just crashed to that spot.
Even though Gus still has the arm to go deep, we are almost back to the point we were with BJ.
Teams just need to load it up, and come after him and play the short passes because they know were to get after him at.
(not sure if that makes sense after I typed it but don't know how to say it better).
yup yup, and its probably why a couple of his short passes ended up going for big gains earlier on cuz they were coming.
but they were doing that from the beginning.
only difference now is hes not getting the balls there, or not even throwing them and taking sacks.
i dont think they had to watch a whole lot of film, plus i dont really feel like hes been under tremendous pressure.
i think our line has done a good job of giving him time, he just has held the ball to long on alot of the shots hes taken.
i get the feeling that childress gave the old we are better off punting then turning the ball over speech, and now dumping 2 yard passes on 3rd and ten is our offensive game plan.
doenst sound like a bad idea, but most teams need to score points offensively if they are gonna win so it will probably catch up to us much like it did at the end of last year, and beginning of this year.
Here's one of those topics that ragz
and I agree on.
I think its a three headed monster.
Childress blows goats and his KAO is actually a SAO....this is nothing we didn't already know.
Gus has been less accurate each week, missing guys by a lOT.
The receivers aren't seperating.
We've had this problem for years - ever since Moss was traded.
Our receivers have a tough time seperating from the coverage.
While other teams players can seem to find holes in the opposing zones, our guys can't.
And while other teams receivers can run routes that break defenders off of coverage, ours never do.
One of the sacks versus Jacksonville, the announcers called it a coverage sack (The picture never showed the receivers, just Gus going down)...but based on who was announcing, I'm taking his word for it.
And when is the last time anyone saw one of our receivers go in motion to avoid being bumped at the line?
Bottom line, our receivers don't get open.
When they do, Gus can't hit them like he did earlier.
And Childress is a flooptard.
That's three tough obstacles to overcome.