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The regression of our offense is like a mystery novel

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How many people really thought that the offense would not at least be as good as it was last year?

On sports shows, and on the message boards everyone feels like someone should be fired, From our rbs to the qb,head coach,GM,OC and the list goes on.

Some of this clearly lies with Chud and his decision to come out in the read option scheme but why did he make that decision?

I certainly dont know the answers but feel before everyone gets thrown under the bus JR needs to understand what went wrong and who is really to blame.

Its not been to long ago we were in the playoffs and Jake came unglued and the next thing you know we have a lame duck coach and a team that barely won a game.Is that where we are headed again?

My hope is this consultants scope of work goes beyond finding a GM and encompasses the much bigger picture of why we are failing. I have my opinion but like everyone else it is pure speculation .It going to require hard questions ask of the coaching staff and players that we will never hear.

I just want to get it right.

PS: Jr please take notes on the Bobcats transformation

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We could start by hiring an offensive coordinator who does not have his head all the way up his ass.

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a REALLY badly written one, only one where it's not a predictable outcome, but one that is completely unrealistic and seems like it was pulled out of the butt of a gecko on meth.

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I'm sure JR already has a very clear idea of what happened.

Who else could be behind the play calling this year other than Chud? Do you think the owner is telling him what to run? The players? It's Chud's responsibility, no one else's. Rivera also must take responsibility. If he doesn't approve of what Chud is doing, it's his job to say "stop".

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Yeah, Chud should take the blame but last year he was the mad scientist now he is an orderly.

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Last year Chud was writing on his laptop. This year he is writing on an old Remington with half the keys missing.

As mad as I am at Chud. I have to believe Rivera has got to get madder. Chud is going to get Rivera fired if things don't change, and quickly. Get Chud back to his laptop and we can get back to improving and maybe even winning.

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We should have put up 30 points against the Bucs given our defensive TDs. Our 4 minute offense failed due to negative plays.We do not have an offensive rhythm which we had last year.

I just do not get why our offense is so lethargic this year.We averaged 26 points per game last year.

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